History Literature / WhatAMess

21st Feb '18 9:37:07 AM nombretomado
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* AnimationBump: As was tradition with [[TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation this era]], the animation in the intro for the Creator/DiCEntertainment series is far more fluid and weighty than that seen in series.

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* AnimationBump: As was tradition with [[TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation [[UsefulNotes/TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation this era]], the animation in the intro for the Creator/DiCEntertainment series is far more fluid and weighty than that seen in series.
28th Dec '17 7:28:26 PM TheCoolKat1995
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* CatsAreSuperior: Felicia very much believes this, though it's often disproven.
26th Dec '17 3:12:45 PM TheCoolKat1995
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* TheBully: Trash, particularly in his debut episode "Talking Trash". He mellows over the course of the series.
26th Dec '17 3:04:55 PM TheCoolKat1995
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* DenserAndWackier: The Creator//DiCEntertainment series compared to the books.

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* DenserAndWackier: The Creator//DiCEntertainment Creator/DiCEntertainment series compared to the books.



* LimitedAnimation: The [=BBC=] cartoons. The [=Creator/DiCEntertainment=] series had this as well, but nowhere near as noticeable.

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* LimitedAnimation: The [=BBC=] cartoons. The [=Creator/DiCEntertainment=] Creator/DiCEntertainment series had this as well, but nowhere near as noticeable.
26th Dec '17 3:03:47 PM TheCoolKat1995
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''What-a-Mess'' is a series of children's books written by English comedy writer and [[Creator/TheBBC BBC]] radio personality Frank Muir. It was twice adapted for animation: once as a [=BBC=] miniseries which pulled stories directly from the books and again as a SaturdayMorningCartoon by Creator/Creator/DiCEntertainmentEntertainment.

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''What-a-Mess'' is a series of children's books written by English comedy writer and [[Creator/TheBBC BBC]] radio personality Frank Muir. It was twice adapted for animation: once as a [=BBC=] miniseries which pulled stories directly from the books and again as a SaturdayMorningCartoon by Creator/Creator/DiCEntertainmentEntertainment.
Creator/DiCEntertainment.



* AdaptationNameChange: WAM's best friend The Archbishop of Canterbury was renamed (and [[AdaptationDyeJob recolored]]) Norton in the [=Creator/DiCEntertainment=] series.

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* AdaptationNameChange: WAM's best friend The Archbishop of Canterbury was renamed (and [[AdaptationDyeJob recolored]]) Norton in the [=Creator/DiCEntertainment=] Creator/DiCEntertainment series.



* AnimationBump: As was tradition with [[TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation this era]], the animation in the intro for the [=Creator/DiCEntertainment=] series is far more fluid and weighty than that seen in series.

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* AnimationBump: As was tradition with [[TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation this era]], the animation in the intro for the [=Creator/DiCEntertainment=] Creator/DiCEntertainment series is far more fluid and weighty than that seen in series.



* DenserAndWackier: The Creator/{{Creator/DiCEntertainment}} series compared to the books.

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* DenserAndWackier: The Creator/{{Creator/DiCEntertainment}} Creator//DiCEntertainment series compared to the books.



* GRatedDrug: "Only Four More Left" presents excessive shopping as this when Felicia gets adCreator/DiCEntertainmentted to a home shopping network. What-A-Mess, in [[TookALevelInBadass a rare instance of competence]], even tries to block her from the phone by saying that it's for her own good.

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* GRatedDrug: "Only Four More Left" presents excessive shopping as this when Felicia gets adCreator/DiCEntertainmentted addicted to a home shopping network. What-A-Mess, in [[TookALevelInBadass a rare instance of competence]], even tries to block her from the phone by saying that it's for her own good.



* StandardSnippet: The [=Creator/DiCEntertainment=] series used a slightly out-of-key version of "Chopsticks" for scenes where characters are in hairy situations.

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* StandardSnippet: The [=Creator/DiCEntertainment=] Creator/DiCEntertainment series used a slightly out-of-key version of "Chopsticks" for scenes where characters are in hairy situations.
26th Dec '17 1:32:54 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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''What-a-Mess'' is a series of children's books written by English comedy writer and [[Creator/TheBBC BBC]] radio personality Frank Muir. It was twice adapted for animation: once as a [=BBC=] miniseries which pulled stories directly from the books and again as a SaturdayMorningCartoon by Creator/DiCEntertainment.

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''What-a-Mess'' is a series of children's books written by English comedy writer and [[Creator/TheBBC BBC]] radio personality Frank Muir. It was twice adapted for animation: once as a [=BBC=] miniseries which pulled stories directly from the books and again as a SaturdayMorningCartoon by Creator/DiCEntertainment.
Creator/Creator/DiCEntertainmentEntertainment.



* AdaptationNameChange: WAM's best friend The Archbishop of Canterbury was renamed (and [[AdaptationDyeJob recolored]]) Norton in the [=DiC=] series.

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* AdaptationNameChange: WAM's best friend The Archbishop of Canterbury was renamed (and [[AdaptationDyeJob recolored]]) Norton in the [=DiC=] [=Creator/DiCEntertainment=] series.



* AnimationBump: As was tradition with [[TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation this era]], the animation in the intro for the [=DiC=] series is far more fluid and weighty than that seen in series.

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* AnimationBump: As was tradition with [[TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation this era]], the animation in the intro for the [=DiC=] [=Creator/DiCEntertainment=] series is far more fluid and weighty than that seen in series.



* DeadpanSnarker: Trash from the DiC series turns this trope into an art form. Felicia also qualifies to a slightly lesser extent.
* DenserAndWackier: The Creator/{{DiC}} series compared to the books.

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* DeadpanSnarker: Trash from the DiC Creator/DiCEntertainment series turns this trope into an art form. Felicia also qualifies to a slightly lesser extent.
* DenserAndWackier: The Creator/{{DiC}} Creator/{{Creator/DiCEntertainment}} series compared to the books.



* GRatedDrug: "Only Four More Left" presents excessive shopping as this when Felicia gets addicted to a home shopping network. What-A-Mess, in [[TookALevelInBadass a rare instance of competence]], even tries to block her from the phone by saying that it's for her own good.

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* GRatedDrug: "Only Four More Left" presents excessive shopping as this when Felicia gets addicted adCreator/DiCEntertainmentted to a home shopping network. What-A-Mess, in [[TookALevelInBadass a rare instance of competence]], even tries to block her from the phone by saying that it's for her own good.



* LimitedAnimation: The [=BBC=] cartoons. The [=DiC=] series had this as well, but nowhere near as noticeable.

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* LimitedAnimation: The [=BBC=] cartoons. The [=DiC=] [=Creator/DiCEntertainment=] series had this as well, but nowhere near as noticeable.



* StandardSnippet: The [=DiC=] series used a slightly out-of-key version of "Chopsticks" for scenes where characters are in hairy situations.

to:

* StandardSnippet: The [=DiC=] [=Creator/DiCEntertainment=] series used a slightly out-of-key version of "Chopsticks" for scenes where characters are in hairy situations.
4th Dec '17 5:06:29 PM nombretomado
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* VerbalTic: Ramona has a habit of saying "basically" a lot. She's played by Creator/CandiMilo, who used the same voice and tic for CowAndChicken's teacher.

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* VerbalTic: Ramona has a habit of saying "basically" a lot. She's played by Creator/CandiMilo, who used the same voice and tic for CowAndChicken's WesternAnimation/CowAndChicken's teacher.
11th Jun '17 6:10:40 PM CanzetTheCoyote
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*DeadpanSnarker: Trash from the DiC series turns this trope into an art form. Felicia also qualifies to a slightly lesser extent.
11th May '17 8:37:30 PM TheCoolKat1995
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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Trash, who acts like a street-smart tough guy most of the time, but can be quite nice when push comes to shove. Despite Trash being the neighborhood bully, What-A-Mess does consider Trash a friend and the two dogs sometimes hang out.

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Trash, who acts like a street-smart tough guy most of the time, but can be quite nice when push comes to shove. Despite Trash being the neighborhood bully, What-A-Mess does consider Trash him a friend and the two dogs sometimes hang out.
11th May '17 8:35:50 PM TheCoolKat1995
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* ChristmasEpisode: "Christmas Mess", complete with an appearance from Santa and his surfer dude reindeer.



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Trash, who acts like a street-smart tough guy most of the time, but can be quite nice when push comes to shove.
** Felicia, similarly, is usually arrogant and often even cruel, but there are plenty of time where [[AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther you can see she and What-A-Mess are good friends]] deep down.

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Trash, who acts like a street-smart tough guy most of the time, but can be quite nice when push comes to shove.
shove. Despite Trash being the neighborhood bully, What-A-Mess does consider Trash a friend and the two dogs sometimes hang out.
** Felicia, similarly, is usually arrogant and often even cruel, but there are plenty of time times where [[AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther you can see she and What-A-Mess are good friends]] deep down.
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