History Headscratchers / TotallySpies

26th Dec '16 1:20:21 AM rufusluciusivan
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* Alex clearly has wealthy parents (as shown by her constant shopping sprees and she is even later seen with a limousine, when she's about to sent off to a ''private school in England''), but how come in one episode, she had money problems and ended up working at a fried chicken restaurant?

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* Alex clearly has wealthy parents (as shown by her constant shopping sprees and she is even later seen with a limousine, when she's about to sent off to a ''private school in England''), but how come in one episode, she had money problems and ended up working at a fried chicken restaurant?restaurant?
** Her parents may have cut her pocket money, forcing her to find another way to earn money.
6th Dec '16 6:05:31 AM roldarryl
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* Alex clearly has wealthy parents (her constant shopping sprees and she is even later seen with a limousine, when she's about to sent off to a ''private school in England''), but how come in one episode, she had money problems and ended up working at a fried chicken restaurant?

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* Alex clearly has wealthy parents (her (as shown by her constant shopping sprees and she is even later seen with a limousine, when she's about to sent off to a ''private school in England''), but how come in one episode, she had money problems and ended up working at a fried chicken restaurant?
6th Dec '16 6:04:05 AM roldarryl
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* The episode title "Morphing is Sooo 1987". Is the 1987 part supposed to be referencing something? It can't be referencing ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay'', because that came out in 1991, and it can't be referencing the original film (which didn't have any morphing androids anyway) because that came out in 1984. Did they get ''Terminator'' and ''Robocop'' mixed up?

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* The episode title "Morphing is Sooo 1987". Is the 1987 part supposed to be referencing something? It can't be referencing ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay'', because that came out in 1991, and it can't be referencing the original film (which didn't have any morphing androids anyway) because that came out in 1984. Did they get ''Terminator'' and ''Robocop'' mixed up?up?

* Alex clearly has wealthy parents (her constant shopping sprees and she is even later seen with a limousine, when she's about to sent off to a ''private school in England''), but how come in one episode, she had money problems and ended up working at a fried chicken restaurant?
26th Aug '16 4:47:29 PM LadyJaneGrey
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** They didn't brainwash her, they were simply addictive.
12th Jun '16 3:28:52 AM smalltime
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* The episode title "Morphing is Sooo 1987". Is the 1987 part supposed to be referencing something? It can't be referencing ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay'', because that came out in 1991, and it can't be referencing the original film (which didn't have any morphing androids anyway) because that came out in 1984.

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* The episode title "Morphing is Sooo 1987". Is the 1987 part supposed to be referencing something? It can't be referencing ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay'', because that came out in 1991, and it can't be referencing the original film (which didn't have any morphing androids anyway) because that came out in 1984. Did they get ''Terminator'' and ''Robocop'' mixed up?
12th Jun '16 3:22:44 AM smalltime
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* The episode title "Morphing is Sooo 1987". Is the 1987 part supposed to be referencing something? It can't be referencing ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay'', because that came out in 1991, and it can't be referencing the original film (which didn't have morphing androids anyway) because that came out in 1984.

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* The episode title "Morphing is Sooo 1987". Is the 1987 part supposed to be referencing something? It can't be referencing ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay'', because that came out in 1991, and it can't be referencing the original film (which didn't have any morphing androids anyway) because that came out in 1984.
12th Jun '16 3:18:17 AM smalltime
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* Anyone else think that Alex would've been a better choice for impersonating Queen Tassara? I mean, they have similar skin tones, eye colors, and voices. I think W.O.O.H.P. learned from this episode and decided to choose who would be impersonating whom from now on (as evidenced in "A Spy is Born: Part 1")

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* Anyone else think that Alex would've been a better choice for impersonating Queen Tassara? I mean, they have similar skin tones, eye colors, and voices. I think W.O.O.H.P. learned from this episode and decided to choose who would be impersonating whom from now on (as evidenced in "A Spy is Born: Part 1")1")

* The episode title "Morphing is Sooo 1987". Is the 1987 part supposed to be referencing something? It can't be referencing ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay'', because that came out in 1991, and it can't be referencing the original film (which didn't have morphing androids anyway) because that came out in 1984.
24th May '16 12:13:52 PM LadyJaneGrey
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** Says a lot about [[StupidEvil the villains on this show...]]




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** What did you expect from a woman who spends 30 years planning revenge for being kicked out of the Girl Scouts, a sane plan?
9th May '16 5:02:36 PM SEGASister
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** Because while Cover may have been addicted, she was still herself. Unlike Bittersweet, who the girls infected with a super-contracted form of the formula, and couldn't think of anything but eating more cookies.

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** Because while Cover may have been addicted, she was still herself. Unlike Bittersweet, who the girls infected with a super-contracted form of the formula, and couldn't think of anything but eating more cookies.cookies.

*Anyone else think that Alex would've been a better choice for impersonating Queen Tassara? I mean, they have similar skin tones, eye colors, and voices. I think W.O.O.H.P. learned from this episode and decided to choose who would be impersonating whom from now on (as evidenced in "A Spy is Born: Part 1")
9th May '16 4:59:27 PM SEGASister
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** Not to mention made up countries like Brazuela ("A Thing for Musicians"), Lyrobia, Kenyopia ("Queen for a Day"), et cetera, as well as Iceland being icy instead of green. At least the got Greenland right.




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** Or just ArtisticLicenseGeography.
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