History Radar / CodeLyoko

17th Jan '18 4:00:19 PM marcoasalazarm
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* "Teddygozilla" has the kids noticing that Sissi (who ran away from her room while nearly-naked because of being attacked by the titular monster) had about a dozen devices connected to a single outlet, a severe fire hazard. All versions then have them making a joke about Sissy not having plugged in (and knowing how to use, even if she had it) a "mind enhancer", but the Latin American version makes it sound like they're talking about Sissi owning a vibrator.

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* "Teddygozilla" has the kids noticing that Sissi (who ran away from her room while nearly-naked because of being attacked by the titular monster) had about a dozen devices connected to a single outlet, a severe fire hazard. All versions then have them making a joke about Sissy not having plugged in (and knowing how to use, even if she had it) a "mind enhancer", stimulator", but the Latin American version makes it sound like they're talking about Sissi owning a vibrator.
13th Jan '18 8:58:44 PM marcoasalazarm
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'''Ulrich:''' Hey! That's not...

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'''Ulrich:''' Hey! That's not...not...
* "Teddygozilla" has the kids noticing that Sissi (who ran away from her room while nearly-naked because of being attacked by the titular monster) had about a dozen devices connected to a single outlet, a severe fire hazard. All versions then have them making a joke about Sissy not having plugged in (and knowing how to use, even if she had it) a "mind enhancer", but the Latin American version makes it sound like they're talking about Sissi owning a vibrator.
25th Oct '17 6:30:45 AM boatsnot
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25th Oct '17 6:22:00 AM boatsnot
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''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'' has a lot of ValuesDissonance that results in stuff that wouldn't be crap in France getting past our radar; for example a lot of the fanservice was perfectly acceptable on French TV. Why did it get through? Unlike many butchered {{Anime}} dub jobs, which are purchased for dubbing, the show was produced (in [[ValuesDissonance French]]) and translated (into English) by the same French company. All of the crap that was in the French version was kept for the English -- and Cartoon Network gave it a TV-Y7 rating without cutting a stitch of it. [=MoonScoop=] was essentially its own radar.

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''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'' has a lot of ValuesDissonance that results in stuff that wouldn't be crap in France getting past our radar; for example a lot of the fanservice was perfectly acceptable on French TV.radar. Why did it get through? Unlike many butchered {{Anime}} dub jobs, which are purchased for dubbing, the show was produced (in [[ValuesDissonance French]]) and translated (into English) by the same French company. All of the crap that was in the French version was kept for the English -- and Cartoon Network gave it a TV-Y7 rating without cutting a stitch of it. [=MoonScoop=] was essentially its own radar.



* On the wall of the painted background of the warehouse room where Odd and Yumi are held in "Ultimatum", there is a line of graffiti that reads "phoque ze pea--is", with the dashes being a smudge. Phoque is French for "seal", but it is also the English "fuck" spelled phonetically. "ze" does not mean anything in French, and there was already English on the wall ("Killroy was Here", yes, with two Ls), so...

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* On the wall of the painted background of the warehouse room where Odd and Yumi are held in "Ultimatum", there is a line of graffiti that reads "phoque ze pea--is", with the dashes being a smudge. Phoque is French for "seal", but it is also the English "fuck" spelled phonetically. "ze" does not mean anything in French, and there was already English on the wall ("Killroy was Here", yes, Here"), so they basically got away with two Ls), so...saying [[PrecisionFStrike "fuck the police"]] [[FreezeFrameBonus in the background.]]
21st Sep '16 2:51:55 PM ladyofthelibrary
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* When Aelita turns invisible, she naturally goes to Jeremie for help. When he reaches out to confirm she's still solid, his hands apparently [[ThanksForTheMammaries land lower than he intended]], given Aelita's indignation.
12th Feb '16 6:50:43 AM DanMat6288
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* "Zero Gravity Zone" has Tamiya zooming in on Ulrich's ass while he's playing soccer. And making comments on the view.

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* "Zero Gravity Zone" has Tamiya zooming in on Ulrich's ass while he's playing soccer. And making comments on the view. Milly is not amused.
-->[[SarcasmMode Well thanks, Tamiya, for that excellent commentary on the game!]]
27th Jan '16 5:20:32 AM WhatArtThee
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14th Jan '16 11:46:42 AM AutopsyBlue
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----* From the first DS game after the principal takes away their cell phones:
-->'''Yumi:''' I feel naked without my phone.\\
'''Odd:''' Things are looking up then, right Ulrich!\\
'''Ulrich:''' Hey! That's not...
30th Aug '15 12:49:26 PM Isaac_Heller
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** In the last episode of the series, Odd also asks Sissi if she "wants his croissant". Sissi's response that she'd "rather kiss his dog", which brings up a blatant romantic action in the exchange, does not help when it comes to interpreting Odd's line as innuendo.
1st Jan '15 12:09:39 PM erforce
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* The infamous "Yumi entangled in roots" scene. One of the vines went ''up her shirt.'' Hmm, are we feeling [[Franchise/EvilDead Déjà Vu]]?

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* The infamous "Yumi entangled in roots" scene. One of the vines went ''up her shirt.'' Hmm, are we feeling [[Franchise/EvilDead [[Film/TheEvilDead1981 Déjà Vu]]?
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