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20th Apr '16 11:57:30 AM Snicka
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* In the episode where Terk asks Jane to teach her to be a "proper lady" to impress a male gorilla, why on Earth did she think a ''gorilla'' would be interested in ''human'' behavior? Much less victorian-era British ones?
18th Apr '16 12:00:20 PM Snicka
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* While the disguise Tantor wears as a giant female beetle is not very convincing, it works because he was sprayed with beetle pheromones. Beetles are not very visual animals, and they would probably try to mate anything that smells like a female beetle.



* In the episode where Tuft asks Jane to teach her to be a "proper lady" to impress a male gorilla, why on Earth did she think a GORILLA would be interested in human behavior? Much less victorian-era British ones?

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* In the episode where Tuft Terk asks Jane to teach her to be a "proper lady" to impress a male gorilla, why on Earth did she think a GORILLA ''gorilla'' would be interested in human ''human'' behavior? Much less victorian-era British ones?
4th Apr '16 4:24:44 PM SilentStranger
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* In the episode where Tuft asks Jane to teach her to be a "proper lady" to impress a male gorilla, why on Earth did she think a GORILLA would be interested in human behavior? Much less victorian-era British ones?
12th Jan '16 12:56:15 PM creader
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20th Dec '13 7:43:50 AM firejewel
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* In the episode mentioned above, Burroughs says he "owes Philander an apology", for laughing at his idea of living dinosaurs. Thus, he gets portrayed in a much more positive light in the book.

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* ** In the episode mentioned above, Burroughs says he "owes Philander an apology", for laughing at his idea of living dinosaurs. Thus, he gets portrayed in a much more positive light in the book.
1st Oct '12 5:46:44 PM MarkLungo
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* In the episode EdgarRiceBurroughs [[LiteraryAgentHypothesis appears]], he seems to be much more interested in Tarzan fighting various beasts than his softer side, which Jane points out. Thus, when he wrote his book, ''Literature/TarzanOfTheApes'', he put more emphasis on the violent elements, so it ended up much DarkerAndEdgier and especially BloodierAndGorier than Tarzan's "real" adventures. So in the universe of this cartoon, ''Literature/TarzanOfTheApes'' is VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory, but it went under serious {{Grimmification}} (rather than the cartoon being a [[{{Disneyfication}} Disneyfied]] version of the book).

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* In the episode EdgarRiceBurroughs Creator/EdgarRiceBurroughs [[LiteraryAgentHypothesis appears]], he seems to be much more interested in Tarzan fighting various beasts than his softer side, which Jane points out. Thus, when he wrote his book, ''Literature/TarzanOfTheApes'', he put more emphasis on the violent elements, so it ended up much DarkerAndEdgier and especially BloodierAndGorier than Tarzan's "real" adventures. So in the universe of this cartoon, ''Literature/TarzanOfTheApes'' is VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory, but it went under serious {{Grimmification}} (rather than the cartoon being a [[{{Disneyfication}} Disneyfied]] version of the book).
1st Oct '12 5:46:17 PM MarkLungo
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* In the episode EdgarRiceBurroughs [[LiteraryAgentHypothesis appears]], he seems to be much more interested in Tarzan fighting various beasts than his softer side, which Jane points out. Thus, when he wrote his book, TarzanOfTheApes, he put more emphasis on the violent elements, so it ended up much DarkerAndEdgier and especially BloodierAndGorier than Tarzan's "real" adventures. So in the universe of this cartoon, TarzanOfTheApes is VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory, but it went under serious {{Grimmification}} (rather than the cartoon being a [[{{Disneyfication}} Disneyfied]] version of the book).

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* In the episode EdgarRiceBurroughs [[LiteraryAgentHypothesis appears]], he seems to be much more interested in Tarzan fighting various beasts than his softer side, which Jane points out. Thus, when he wrote his book, TarzanOfTheApes, ''Literature/TarzanOfTheApes'', he put more emphasis on the violent elements, so it ended up much DarkerAndEdgier and especially BloodierAndGorier than Tarzan's "real" adventures. So in the universe of this cartoon, TarzanOfTheApes ''Literature/TarzanOfTheApes'' is VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory, but it went under serious {{Grimmification}} (rather than the cartoon being a [[{{Disneyfication}} Disneyfied]] version of the book).
1st Oct '12 5:45:43 PM MarkLungo
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* In the episode mentioned above, Burroughs says he "owes Philander an apology", for laughing at his idea of living dinosaurs. Thus, he gets portrayed in a much more positive light in the book.

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* In the episode mentioned above, Burroughs says he "owes Philander an apology", for laughing at his idea of living dinosaurs. Thus, he gets portrayed in a much more positive light in the book.book.
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12th Jul '12 11:01:36 AM Snicka
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* In the episode EdgarRiceBurroughs [[LiteraryAgentHypothesis appears]], he seems to be much more interested in Tarzan fighting various beasts than his softer side, which Jane points out. Thus, when he wrote his book, TarzanOfTheApes, he put more emphasis on the violent elements, so it ended up much DarkerAndEdgier and especially BloodierAndGorier than Tarzan's "real" adventures. So in the universe of this cartoon, TarzanOfTheApes is VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory, but it went under serious {{Grimmification}} (rather than the cartoon being a [[{{Disneyfication}} Disneyfied]] version of the book).

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* In the episode EdgarRiceBurroughs [[LiteraryAgentHypothesis appears]], he seems to be much more interested in Tarzan fighting various beasts than his softer side, which Jane points out. Thus, when he wrote his book, TarzanOfTheApes, he put more emphasis on the violent elements, so it ended up much DarkerAndEdgier and especially BloodierAndGorier than Tarzan's "real" adventures. So in the universe of this cartoon, TarzanOfTheApes is VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory, but it went under serious {{Grimmification}} (rather than the cartoon being a [[{{Disneyfication}} Disneyfied]] version of the book).book).
* In the episode mentioned above, Burroughs says he "owes Philander an apology", for laughing at his idea of living dinosaurs. Thus, he gets portrayed in a much more positive light in the book.
12th Jul '12 10:26:56 AM Snicka
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* In the episode EdgarRiceBurroughs [[LiteraryAgentHypothesis appears]], he seems to be much more interested in Tarzan fighting various beasts than his softer side, which Jane points out. Thus, when he wrote his book, TarzanOfTheApes, he put more emphasis on the violent elements, so it ended up much DarkerAndEdgier than Tarzan's "real" adventures. So in the universe of this cartoon, TarzanOfTheApes is VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory, but it went under serious {{Grimmification}} (rather than the cartoon being a [[{{Disneyfication}} Disneyfied]] version of the book).

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* In the episode EdgarRiceBurroughs [[LiteraryAgentHypothesis appears]], he seems to be much more interested in Tarzan fighting various beasts than his softer side, which Jane points out. Thus, when he wrote his book, TarzanOfTheApes, he put more emphasis on the violent elements, so it ended up much DarkerAndEdgier and especially BloodierAndGorier than Tarzan's "real" adventures. So in the universe of this cartoon, TarzanOfTheApes is VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory, but it went under serious {{Grimmification}} (rather than the cartoon being a [[{{Disneyfication}} Disneyfied]] version of the book).
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