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History Recap / MrBogusS2E5BadLuckBogus

3rd Nov '13 5:23:51 PM CaveCat
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'''Absent Characters:''' Tommy Anybody, Mrs. Anybody, Mr. Anybody, Kevin, Bogetta

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'''Absent Characters:''' Tommy Anybody, Mrs. Anybody, Mr. Anybody, Kevin, Bogetta
Bogetta, Jake and Butch, Baddus
13th Aug '13 2:12:53 PM CaveCat
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!'''Tropes found in ''Bad Luck Bogus'':'''

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!'''Tropes !Tropes found in ''Bad Luck Bogus'':'''
Bogus'':
11th Jun '13 9:43:18 AM CaveCat
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* ShoutOut: The brief bit where Bogus gives himself a BalloonBelly while eating the DagwoodSandwich one layer at a time, is similar to what happened to Templeton in the animated adaptation of Literature/CharlottesWeb.

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* ShoutOut: The brief bit where Bogus gives himself a BalloonBelly while eating the DagwoodSandwich one layer at a time, is similar to what happened to Templeton in the animated adaptation of Literature/CharlottesWeb.''Literature/CharlottesWeb''.
4th Jun '13 9:52:53 AM CaveCat
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* {{Expy}}: The villain of the episode looks something like a strange cross between Bogus, TheIncredibleHulk, the Michelin Man, and [[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man]].



* {{Gonk}}: The clone actually shows shades of this, as he has a hideous and rather unattractive appearance.



* ShoutOut: The brief bit where Bogus gives himself a {{Balloon Belly}} while eating the {{Dagwood Sandwich}} one layer at a time, is similar to what happened to Templeton in the animated adaptation of Literature/CharlottesWeb.

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* ShoutOut: The brief bit where Bogus gives himself a {{Balloon Belly}} BalloonBelly while eating the {{Dagwood Sandwich}} DagwoodSandwich one layer at a time, is similar to what happened to Templeton in the animated adaptation of Literature/CharlottesWeb.
25th May '13 9:10:21 AM CaveCat
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* DavidVersusGoliath: Surprisingly enough, this actually shows up in the episode, with Bogus taking the David role and the clone in the Goliath role.
17th May '13 6:54:36 PM CaveCat
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[[FromBadToWorse To make matters even worse]], the broken bathroom mirror allows a huge and ugly lookalike of Bogus to enter the house as he plans on going after Bogus. In the living room, Bogus is watching TV, not realizing that the clone is watching him, planning his first move. The clone then stretches out his arm as he presses the volume button on the TV remote, which causes the volume to get turned up too loud, as it blasts Bogus back a few feet into the air before landing on the floor again. Before Bogus can fully regain himself, he is suddenly flung up into the air when the clone yanked on the rug, which causes Bogus to get thrown into the air before landing in a glass on the end table, as the clone starts laughing as his expense. Bogus then pries himself out from the glass then regains himself before he prepares to jump onto the couch. Unfortunately, the couch suddenly gets pulled back, as Bogus just lands splat on the floor, as he lays dazed on the floor, with the clone watching him. After Bogus finally catches up on what is happening, he comes up with a plan to get rid of the clone, as he calls for its attention.

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[[FromBadToWorse To make matters even worse]], the broken bathroom mirror allows a huge and the ugly lookalike of Bogus clone from before to enter the house as he plans on going after Bogus. In the living room, Bogus is watching TV, not realizing that the clone is watching him, planning his first move. The clone then stretches out his arm as he presses the volume button on the TV remote, which causes the volume to get turned up too loud, as it blasts Bogus back a few feet into the air before landing on the floor again. Before Bogus can fully regain himself, he is suddenly flung up into the air when the clone yanked on the rug, which causes Bogus to get thrown into the air before landing in a glass on the end table, as the clone starts laughing as his expense. Bogus then pries himself out from the glass then regains himself before he prepares to jump onto the couch. Unfortunately, the couch suddenly gets pulled back, as Bogus just lands splat on the floor, as he lays dazed on the floor, with the clone watching him. After Bogus finally catches up on what is happening, he comes up with a plan to get rid of the clone, as he calls for its attention.



'''Absent Characters:''' Tommy Anybody, Mrs. Anybody, Mr. Anybody, Kevin

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'''Absent Characters:''' Tommy Anybody, Mrs. Anybody, Mr. Anybody, Kevin
Kevin, Bogetta
13th May '13 12:47:46 PM CaveCat
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'''Absent Characters:''' Tommy Anybody, Mrs. Anybody, Mr. Anybody, Kevin

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11th Apr '13 2:01:53 PM CaveCat
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* DavidVsGoliath: Surprisingly enough, this actually shows up in the episode, with Bogus taking the David role and the clone in the Goliath role.

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* DavidVsGoliath: DavidVersusGoliath: Surprisingly enough, this actually shows up in the episode, with Bogus taking the David role and the clone in the Goliath role.
11th Apr '13 2:01:14 PM CaveCat
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* DavidVsGoliath: Surprisingly enough, this actually shows up in the episode, with Bogus taking the David role and the clone in the Goliath role.
11th Apr '13 2:00:19 PM CaveCat
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* DavidAndGoliath: Surprisingly enough, this trope shows up in this episode, with Bogus taking the David role and the clone in the Goliath role.
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