History Headscratchers / TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius

31st Aug '17 8:02:48 AM PantheraQueen
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31st Aug '17 7:59:36 AM PantheraQueen
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That would cause a paradox to happen since he removed the reason for him to travel back in time, so he didn't go back in time. Since didn't go back in time to receive it means that it did happen which means he did go back in time. So on and so forth over and over again.

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** That would cause a paradox to happen since he removed the reason for him to travel back in time, so he didn't go back in time. Since didn't go back in time to receive it means that it did happen which means he did go back in time. So on and so forth over and over again.
31st Aug '17 7:55:18 AM PantheraQueen
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That would cause a paradox to happen since he removed the reason for him to travel back in time, so he didn't go back in time. Since didn't go back in time to receive it means that it did happen which means he did go back in time. So on and so forth over and over again.
12th May '17 9:33:35 AM Julia1984
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** They were too mentally exhausted to think entirely clearly by that point (the montage shows they've been sitting at that desk for hours and taking shifts to sleep).


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** They're kids -- they don't understand their feelings or how relationships work yet. Sometimes they give in to the attraction they have for each other, and other times, they consciously fight it and suppress it. Their ratio of fighting to flirting ''does'' noticeably seem to change as the series progresses; by "Lady Sings the Blues" near the end of Season 3 (the last episode to air but probably not produced), they're no longer in denial with each other at all (although they don't like sharing their private business with everybody else).
12th May '17 9:01:04 AM NumberFortyFour
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** Well, Retroville itself appears to have a bit of a 1950s-esque aesthetic (hence the name Retroville), probably to act as a tribute to classic sci-fi. 70s aesthetic is a bit of a standard for flashbacks, to the point that it makes them more instantly recognizable. In other words, the aesthetics of the show have more to do with setting atmosphere and tone rather than conforming to a specific time period.
12th May '17 8:54:50 AM NumberFortyFour
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* Why is Jimmy and Cindy's relationship so inconsistent? In some episodes they're practically dating and in others their rivalry is just as bad as it was at the beginning.
23rd Apr '17 4:18:57 PM nombretomado
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** That is a parody of TransformersVictory and Anime/BeastWarsII

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** That is a parody of TransformersVictory Anime/TransformersVictory and Anime/BeastWarsII
24th Mar '17 5:54:41 PM ngh93
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** They turn into vicious beasts upon hearing any music, not just good music. The joke is than Sheen's singing is so bad the Twonkies don't even recognize it as music. Carl's singing is bad, just not quite bad enough to count as "anti-music" according to the Twonkies.

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** They turn into vicious beasts upon hearing any music, not just good music. The joke is than that Sheen's singing is so bad the Twonkies don't even recognize it as music. Carl's singing is bad, just not quite bad enough to count as "anti-music" according to the Twonkies.
23rd Feb '17 7:32:05 PM RodimusPhil
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*In "Trading Faces", Carl, Sheen and Libby discard the "Dislike of girls who dislike show-offy boys who dislike girls..." thing, because they can't tell who it belongs to. However, based on the wording it's obviously Jimmy, since it clearly represents a dislike of Cindy. Why didn't they just give it to Jimmy like they clearly should've (besides plot reasons)?
20th Jan '17 9:24:07 AM Kaye006
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* Exactly what time period is the show set in? In one episode, Jimmy goes back in time to inspire his father to invest in McSpanky's burger restaurant. He only went back in time 15 years earlier, yet the entire atmosphere suggests it's during the 1970s. This would mean that the show has to take place in the late or early 90s. If counting the time when the movie came out (01-02), then it would be around 1985. You would expect an 80s aesthetic, not a 70s. Maybe the writers came of age during that era and felt more comfortable doing it? Still pretty weird for a show that's specific enough to be set in Texas.

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* Exactly what time period is the show set in? In one episode, Jimmy goes back in time to inspire his father to invest in McSpanky's burger restaurant. He only went back in time 15 years earlier, yet the entire atmosphere suggests it's during the 1970s. This would mean that the show has to take place in the late or early to mid 90s. If counting the time when the movie came out (01-02), then it would be around 1985. You would expect an 80s aesthetic, not a 70s. Maybe the writers came of age during that era and felt more comfortable doing it? Still pretty weird for a show that's specific enough to be set in Texas.
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