History Literature / HarryAndHisBucketFullOfDinosaurs

21st Sep '17 6:41:08 PM ZuTheSkunk
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* SomethingItis: Taury gets "Itchy-spot-itis" in "Achoo!".

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* SomethingItis: [[SomethingItis Something-itis]]: Taury gets "Itchy-spot-itis" in "Achoo!".
14th Sep '17 7:19:46 PM Unicorndance
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* PolkaDotDisease: In "Achoo!", the dinosaurs get a virus from Harry and the same virus gives everyone a different disease. Taury's is Itchy-Spot-[[SomethingItis Itis]], which manifests as purple, itchy spots all over his body which sometimes fall off.



* SlumberParty: Harry and Charley have one in "Who To Choose?" in which Harry had to choose only one dinosaur for the sleepover but, Harry refuses to choose so he has Charley sleep at his house instead.

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* SickEpisode: In "Achoo!", Harry gets a cold and the dinosaurs (except Steggy) each get a zany fictional disease.
* SlumberParty: Harry and Charley have one in "Who To Choose?" in which Harry had to choose only one dinosaur for the sleepover but, Harry refuses to choose so he has Charley sleep at his house instead. instead.
* SomethingItis: Taury gets "Itchy-spot-itis" in "Achoo!".
* SoupIsMedicine: In "Achoo!", Harry gets fed chicken soup for his cold. It actually cures the dinosaurs' maladies, but Harry is not so lucky.
19th Feb '17 11:20:41 AM ElSquibbonator
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* StockDinosaurs: Taury the ''TyrannosaurusRex'', Patsy the ''Apatosaurus'', Steggy the ''Stegosaurus'', Trike the ''Triceratops'', and Pterrance the ''Pterodactylus'' (called pterodactyl in the show).

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* StockDinosaurs: Taury the ''TyrannosaurusRex'', Patsy the ''Apatosaurus'', Steggy the ''Stegosaurus'', Trike the ''Triceratops'', and Pterrance the ''Pterodactylus'' (called pterodactyl in the show). Averted with Sid, who's a ''Scelidosaurus''.
19th Feb '17 11:17:55 AM ElSquibbonator
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* SeldomSeenSpecies: Sid the ''Scelidosaurus''.

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* SeldomSeenSpecies: Sid the ''Scelidosaurus''.''Scelidosaurus'' (an early species of ankylosaur).
19th Feb '17 11:16:08 AM ElSquibbonator
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** And also in one episode, [[ItMakesSenseInContext a large truck of]] ''[[ItMakesSenseInContext dino poo]]''... a more straight and greatest literal example.

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** And also in one episode, [[ItMakesSenseInContext a large truck of]] ''[[ItMakesSenseInContext dino poo]]''... a much more straight and greatest literal example.
19th Feb '17 11:15:45 AM ElSquibbonator
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** The Sergeant Shout toy Harry borrowed from his friend came to life during a visit from [=DinoWorld=]. This could apply to other objects (like toys) as well.

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** The Sergeant Shout toy Harry borrowed from his friend came to life during a visit from to [=DinoWorld=]. This could apply to other objects (like toys) as well.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: It has managed several times to get away with the word "stupid", not unlike ''WesternAnimation/{{Stanley}}'', a Playhouse Disney channel series where this show also aired in some areas.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]]. It has managed several times to get away with the word "stupid", "stupid" (not a swearword per se, but often treated as one in works aimed at preschoolers), not unlike ''WesternAnimation/{{Stanley}}'', a Playhouse Disney channel series where this show also aired in some areas.



** And also in one episode, [[ItMakesSenseInContext a large truck of]] ''[[ItMakesSenseInContext dino poo]]''... The greatest literal example.

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** And also in one episode, [[ItMakesSenseInContext a large truck of]] ''[[ItMakesSenseInContext dino poo]]''... The a more straight and greatest literal example.
13th Feb '16 3:26:33 AM KorenSteen
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: It has managed several times to get away with the word "stupid", not unlike ''WesternAnimation/Stanley'', a Playhouse Disney channel series where this show also aired in some areas.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: It has managed several times to get away with the word "stupid", not unlike ''WesternAnimation/Stanley'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Stanley}}'', a Playhouse Disney channel series where this show also aired in some areas.
13th Feb '16 3:25:46 AM KorenSteen
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: It has managed several times to get away with the word "stupid", not unlike ''WesternAnimaton/Stanley'', a Playhouse Disney channel series where this show also aired in some areas.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: It has managed several times to get away with the word "stupid", not unlike ''WesternAnimaton/Stanley'', ''WesternAnimation/Stanley'', a Playhouse Disney channel series where this show also aired in some areas.
13th Feb '16 3:25:19 AM KorenSteen
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The show is innocent and a great watch for kids but there have been things that seemed to make this show a bit distinct.
** If you think about the usual dialogues of [[WesternAnimation Western Animation]]'s children's shows, you know that they always almost never used the certain s-word. [[IThoughtItMeant Don't start thinking what you're about to think]], I was talking about the word "stupid". They never use words like that or any similar adjective thereof. [[Tropers/KorenSteen This troper]] has taken the liberty to count how many times the show used this word. It's four (I think...). Much funnier is how it got that way. The word "stupid" was said three times in one episode ("I Wish!") by Trike. And only one time by Harry (in the episode "Goal!"). You know what, I'm just gonna show you the quotes...
-->From ''I Wish!'':
--->'''Taury:''' ''*loudly*'' Trike shouldn't get a wish if he's going to waste it on something stupid.
--->'''Trike:''' Stupid? You're calling ''me'' stupid? I'll show you. I wish I was super-smart.
-->From ''Goal!'': (After bailing out of the soccer game)
--->'''Harry:''' Stupid game...

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The show is innocent and a great watch for kids but there have been things that seemed It has managed several times to make get away with the word "stupid", not unlike ''WesternAnimaton/Stanley'', a Playhouse Disney channel series where this show a bit distinct.
** If you think about the usual dialogues of [[WesternAnimation Western Animation]]'s children's shows, you know that they always almost never used the certain s-word. [[IThoughtItMeant Don't start thinking what you're about to think]], I was talking about the word "stupid". They never use words like that or any similar adjective thereof. [[Tropers/KorenSteen This troper]] has taken the liberty to count how many times the show used this word. It's four (I think...). Much funnier is how it got that way. The word "stupid" was said three times
also aired in one episode ("I Wish!") by Trike. And only one time by Harry (in the episode "Goal!"). You know what, I'm just gonna show you the quotes...
-->From ''I Wish!'':
--->'''Taury:''' ''*loudly*'' Trike shouldn't get a wish if he's going to waste it on something stupid.
--->'''Trike:''' Stupid? You're calling ''me'' stupid? I'll show you. I wish I was super-smart.
-->From ''Goal!'': (After bailing out of the soccer game)
--->'''Harry:''' Stupid game...
some areas.



*** "Stupid" is not uncommon in children's animation, aside from ones targetted at ''really'' young children.



** And also, [[ItMakesSenseInContext a large truck of]] ''[[ItMakesSenseInContext dino poo]]''... The greatest literal example.

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** And also, also in one episode, [[ItMakesSenseInContext a large truck of]] ''[[ItMakesSenseInContext dino poo]]''... The greatest literal example.
6th Feb '16 12:21:47 PM watchfullkittycat32
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* {{Tomboy}}: All the female human characters especially Sam and Charley.
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