History Headscratchers / CodenameKidsNextDoor

31st May '16 5:59:52 PM fsdfsdfsd
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** Heinrich also said that he ate [[spoiler: almost]] all of his sacred caramels, and each person cursed gets a bag of caramels of their own. People do stupid things when they're desperate, and if Heinrich thought that eating the caramels would remove the curse, the only option after running out was to eat somebody else's. He probably tricked someone else into doing the ritual in order to steal their caramels and got caught in the act.
3rd May '16 2:17:40 PM ThorfinnRowle
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** I've always assumed that he's supposed to represent those adults in animal/character costumes at fairs. Maybe he's one who hates kids and was given the job because he lost his old one and a family member gave it to him.



** But what about the time he helped Father, Cree, and the adult villains summon Grandfather? I'm sorry, but so many things in the last season don't make any sense.



* How long ago did the events of Operation: ZERO take place anyway? If Numbuh Zero and Benedict were kids back then, it cant have been more than 40 years or so, but the world was rebuilt to its present day state that quickly? Keep in mind that it wasnt magically transformed into a dystopia like it was in the movie, thats how Grandfather constructed his original empire.

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* How long ago did the events of Operation: ZERO take place anyway? If Numbuh Zero and Benedict were kids back then, it cant have been more than 40 years or so, but the world was rebuilt to its present day state that quickly? Keep in mind that it wasnt wasn't magically transformed into a dystopia like it was in the movie, thats how Grandfather constructed his original empire.
3rd May '16 1:11:36 PM ThorfinnRowle
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* On a related note, in "C.A.K.E.D.T.H.R.E.E." when the Delightful Children hijacked the tv stations so kids would have to watch them eat it, why didn't the kids simply turn off the tv? All they do is stare at it with tortured looks on their faces.




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*** To go with this, it's probably a reference to how teens commit acts to appear more adult in real life such as smoking, when actually they seem like a bunch of tryhards and wannabes. It's possible that the teens here could be a reference to that.
** Another thing to note is that the only adult who the teens seem to work for are Father. In fact the only time I remember the Teen Ninjas appearing with the adult RoguesGallery was in "Z.E.R.O." and they (Cree and Chad) were treated more like security than actual members of the assembly. Remember Father also has children working for him such as The Interesting Twins From Beneath The Mountain, The Rowdy Hooligans From Across The Square, and President Jimmy.
25th Mar '16 3:13:32 PM Eddy1215
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* Operation J.E.W.L explains that what happened in Guatemala was that Abigal (Numbuh 5) left Heinrich to be caught with a bag of sacred caramels and he was grounded for a month, but Operation C.A.R.A.M.E.L reveals that Heinrich was cursed by a caramel-making ritual that stole his/her femininity. How did the Guatemala Incident go from a ritual to theft?
30th Nov '15 9:05:55 AM Blacksun388
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** It was likely just poor timing. Nobody could predict when something like that would happen.
30th Nov '15 3:27:56 AM muffindude414
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** Actually, this is presumably the ''reason'' teens are decomissioned, its an exagerated version of the TeensAreMonsters tropes. If the teens were allowed to keep their knowledge once hormones and personality changes start wrecking them, the KND wouldnt be around for long.

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** Actually, this is presumably the ''reason'' teens are decomissioned, its an exagerated version of the TeensAreMonsters tropes. If the teens were allowed to keep their knowledge once hormones and personality changes start wrecking them, the KND wouldnt wouldn't be around for long.
*** For example, Cree (Numbuh Five's older sister) and Chad are both former KND members who were never decommissioned. They are also both very active threats to the KND.
14th Nov '15 7:06:27 PM legodude124
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*** This episode was a test of Nigel's character. the Galactic KND (or some other higher order knd group) put him in the scenario to see how he'd do. Imagine: you wake up an adult, all your friends are adults, nobody remembers anything but Abby, and everyone is pushing you to sign a bill that voids all rights for kids. If the episode screwed with your head realize what Nigel felt was much worse, but he didn't crack under the pressure and didn't sign the bill. They wanted to see: would he sell out his beliefs because his friends did? could he be convinced that what he remembered wasn't real and that this new messed up reality was the way things should be? would he betray every kid on earth if the stakes were high enough? The part where he says "He gets it" and stands up to the barrage and survives is because he realizes it's a simulation, and the fact he almost figured it out the GKND decided not to put him through anymore of those simulations. This clearly wasn't the first time they tested him, but there's no indication of which (if any)other episodes were tests.

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*** This episode was a test of Nigel's character. the Galactic KND (or some other higher order knd group) put him in the scenario to see how he'd do. Imagine: you wake up an adult, all your friends are adults, nobody remembers anything but Abby, Abby - and she's been locked away BY YOU apparently, and everyone is pushing you to sign a bill that voids all rights for kids. If the episode screwed with your head realize what Nigel felt was much worse, but he didn't crack under the pressure and didn't sign the bill. They wanted to see: would he sell out his beliefs because his friends did? could he be convinced that what he remembered wasn't real and that this new messed up reality was the way things should be? would he betray every kid on earth if the stakes were high enough? The part where he says "He gets it" and stands up to the barrage and survives is because he realizes it's a simulation, and the fact he almost figured it out the GKND decided not to put him through anymore of those simulations. This clearly wasn't the first time they tested him, but there's no indication of which (if any)other episodes were tests.
14th Nov '15 7:04:43 PM legodude124
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*** This episode was a test of Nigel's character. the Galactic KND (or some other higher order knd group) put him in the scenario to see how he'd do. Imagine: you wake up an adult, all your friends are adults, nobody remembers anything but Abby, and everyone is pushing you to sign a bill that voids all rights for kids. If the episode screwed with your head realize what Nigel felt was much worse, but he didn't crack under the pressure and didn't sign the bill. They wanted to see: would he sell out his beliefs because his friends did? could he be convinced that what he remembered wasn't real and that this new messed up reality was the way things should be? would he betray every kid on earth if the stakes were high enough? The part where he says "He gets it" and stands up to the barrage and survives is because he realizes it's a simulation, and the fact he almost figured it out the GKND decided not to put him through anymore of those simulations. This clearly wasn't the first time they tested him, but there's no indication of which (if any)other episodes were tests.
5th Nov '15 10:41:14 AM nombretomado
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*** He must have fallen on the couch-buffalo-walrus [[RanmaOneHalf cursed spring]].

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*** He must have fallen on the couch-buffalo-walrus [[RanmaOneHalf [[Manga/RanmaOneHalf cursed spring]].
2nd Nov '15 1:41:49 PM Julia1984
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* if the kid's next door has thousands of members and is at lest over a hundred years old (as shown "Operation: C.A.K.E.D.-F.I.V.E.") why weren't all the low normal numbers like 1 though 5 or even 86 taken a long time ago? you'd think by now every body would have to take code names like Numbuh 10985678

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* if If the kid's next door has thousands of members and is at lest over a hundred years old (as shown "Operation: C.A.K.E.D.-F.I.V.E.") why weren't all the low normal numbers like 1 though 5 or even 86 taken a long time ago? you'd think by now every body would have to take code names like Numbuh 10985678



* How exactly does a former KND operative become an ally of the adults? They don't even have any memories of being apart of the KND.

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* How exactly does a former KND operative become an ally of the adults? They don't even have any memories of being apart a part of the KND.




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** "Yeah -- we told him everything he wanted to hear." ''Any'' parts of that entire story could have been made up to mislead Father. Maybe the KND finally found a way to cure Sector Z, but to protect them from Father, Numbers 2-5 were instructed to tell him they died in that chase.
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