History Series / LazyTown

21st Aug '17 12:50:35 PM roxas_19
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* AbsurdlySpaciousSewer: In "The First Day of Summer", Robbie falls in his own trap, leading to what looks like a sewer that is so large that his voice echoes inside.
19th Aug '17 11:36:14 PM masterofthehouse
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* TheArtifact: Note how the tone for "Master of Disguise" switches from slow and sneaky to happy and
upbeat. In the original Icelandic show, Robbie (named Glanni here) sings the song while switching between himself and his disguise identity, Richie Rich; when Robbie sings, the tone is sneaky, but when Richie sings, it's upbeat. When the song was rewritten for the TV show, the concept was omitted, but the arrangement stayed the same.

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* TheArtifact: Note how the tone for "Master of Disguise" switches from slow and sneaky to happy and
and upbeat. In the original Icelandic show, Robbie (named Glanni here) sings the song while switching between himself and his disguise identity, Richie Rich; when Robbie sings, the tone is sneaky, but when Richie sings, it's upbeat. When the song was rewritten for the TV show, the concept was omitted, but the arrangement stayed the same.
17th Aug '17 10:47:20 AM TriumphantMagician
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* SeriesContinuityError: The first episode implies that Sportacus is new to [=LazyTown=]. The previous hero wore a "9" whereas Sportacus wears a "10" and Sportacus said he'd heard of the town but still had to research its history in a book. Furthermore, Robbie Rotten shouts "Another one?!" when he first sees Sportacus. However, in the ''second episode'', Mayor Meanswell says that Sportacus taught everyone to play baseball the year before.

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* SeriesContinuityError: The Between the first episode and second episodes. The former implies that Sportacus is new to [=LazyTown=]. The a newcomer: the previous hero wore a "9" whereas he wears a "10"; Sportacus wears a "10" and Sportacus said he'd says he's heard of the town [=LazyTown=] but still had to research its history in a book. Furthermore, it; Robbie Rotten shouts "Another one?!" when he first sees Sportacus. However, in him; and Sportacus formally introduces himself to the ''second episode'', Mayor Meanswell says townsfolk at the end. The latter, however, sates that Sportacus taught everyone to play baseball the year before.
12th Aug '17 2:58:55 PM A-Squared
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* DenserAndWackier: Although the show has always been lighthearted and silly, Season 4 features many plots that are otherwise outlandish and strange. Such as the going to space ("Let's Go to the Moon"), encountering trolls ("The Baby Troll"), and time travel ("The Last Sportscandy").

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* DenserAndWackier: Although the show has always been lighthearted and silly, Season 4 features many plots that are otherwise outlandish and strange. Such as the going to space ("Let's Go to the Moon"), encountering trolls ("The Baby Troll"), and time travel ("The Last Sportscandy").
10th Aug '17 5:00:25 PM A-Squared
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* DenserAndWackier: Although the show has always been lighthearted and silly, season 4 features many plots that are otherwise outlandish and strange. Such as the kids going to space ("Let's Go to the Moon") getting trapped in a pyramid ("Mystery of the Pyramid"), and encountering trolls ("The Baby Troll").

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* DenserAndWackier: Although the show has always been lighthearted and silly, season Season 4 features many plots that are otherwise outlandish and strange. Such as the kids going to space ("Let's Go to the Moon") getting trapped in a pyramid ("Mystery of the Pyramid"), and Moon"), encountering trolls ("The Baby Troll").Troll"), and time travel ("The Last Sportscandy").
10th Aug '17 4:50:41 PM A-Squared
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* ArtShift: The second half of the episode "Once Upon A Time" takes place inside a storybook and features the characters in a 2-D animated art style similar to that of Disney.

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* ArtShift: The second half of the episode "Once Upon A Time" takes place inside a storybook and features the characters in a 2-D animated art style similar to that of Disney.{{Creator/Disney}}.
10th Aug '17 9:48:48 AM A-Squared
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* TheArtifact: Note how the tone for "Master of Disguise" switches from slow and sneaky to happy and upbeat. In the original Icelandic show, Robbie (named Glanni here) sings the song while switching between himself and his disguise identity, Richie Rich; when Robbie sings, the tone is sneaky, but when Richie sings, it's upbeat. When the song was rewritten for the TV show, the concept was omitted, but the arrangement stayed the same.

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* ArtShift: The second half of the episode "Once Upon A Time" takes place inside a storybook and features the characters in a 2-D animated art style similar to that of Disney.
* TheArtifact: Note how the tone for "Master of Disguise" switches from slow and sneaky to happy and and
upbeat. In the original Icelandic show, Robbie (named Glanni here) sings the song while switching between himself and his disguise identity, Richie Rich; when Robbie sings, the tone is sneaky, but when Richie sings, it's upbeat. When the song was rewritten for the TV show, the concept was omitted, but the arrangement stayed the same.
10th Aug '17 8:06:35 AM A-Squared
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*DenserAndWackier: Although the show has always been lighthearted and silly, season 4 features many plots that are otherwise outlandish and strange. Such as the kids going to space ("Let's Go to the Moon") getting trapped in a pyramid ("Mystery of the Pyramid"), and encountering trolls ("The Baby Troll").
3rd Aug '17 12:47:18 PM masterofthehouse
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* TheArtifact: Note how the tone for "Master of Disguise" switches from slow and sneaky to happy and upbeat. In the original Icelandic show, Robbie (named Glanni here) sings the song while switching between himself and his disguise identity, Richie Rich; when Robbie sings, the tone is sneaky, but when Richie sings, it's upbeat. When the song was rewritten for the TV show, the concept was omitted, but the arrangement stayed the same.
3rd Aug '17 3:18:58 AM TriumphantMagician
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* IntergenerationalFriendship: Sportacus and Stephanie have this, with the former being an adult and the latter being a tween. They met after she contacted him for help and they hit it off thanks to their mutual athleticism and perkiness.

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* IntergenerationalFriendship: Sportacus and Stephanie have this, with the former being an adult and the latter being a tween. They met after she contacted him for help and they hit it off soon bonded thanks to their mutual athleticism and perkiness.
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