History Series / TattooedTeenageAlienFightersFromBeverlyHills

14th Apr '17 11:30:51 AM PF
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* TeenageMutantSamuraiWombats: Without context this show sounds like a parody with a random WordSalad title.

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* TeenageMutantSamuraiWombats: Without context this show context, the series sounds like a parody with a random WordSalad title.



* TotallyRadical: Some of it, like Drew constantly describing things, including getting her tattoo, as "hinky" (unless she was really saying "kinky" and [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar the censors somehow failed to notice]]).

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* TotallyRadical: Some of it, like Drew constantly describing things, including getting her tattoo, as "hinky" (unless she was really saying "kinky" and [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar the censors somehow failed to notice]])."hinky".
14th Apr '17 11:28:18 AM PF
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%% * ItCameFromBeverlyHillsItCameFromBeverlyHills: As the title suggests, the series is set in Beverly Hills.
14th Apr '17 8:02:27 AM xcountryguy
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* {{Stellar Name}}s

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* {{Stellar Name}}sName}}s: The team all use constellations for their names.



* TeenageMutantSamuraiWombats

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* TeenageMutantSamuraiWombatsTeenageMutantSamuraiWombats: Without context this show sounds like a parody with a random WordSalad title.
14th Jan '17 4:21:48 AM StFan
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!!''Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters from Beverly Hills'' provides examples of the following tropes:

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!!''Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters from Beverly Hills'' provides examples of the following tropes:
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* GoodIsNotNice: Nimbar. He cares little for the teens' personal lives and chides them whenever their mundane conflicts risk interfering with the mission. [[Franchise/{{X-Men}} Professor X]] he is not.

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* GoodIsNotNice: Nimbar. He cares little for the teens' personal lives and chides them whenever their mundane conflicts risk interfering with the mission. [[Franchise/{{X-Men}} [[Franchise/XMen Professor X]] he is not.



28th Dec '16 12:44:05 PM PF
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* SixthRanger: Orion temporary joins the team.
28th Dec '16 5:27:41 AM starofjusticev21
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* SixthRangerTraitor: Orion.
17th Dec '16 11:53:40 AM Xtifr
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'''''Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters from Beverly Hills''''' is one of several shows that were cranked out [[FollowTheLeader to get a piece of the pie]] when ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' made it big. It is notable for being one of only two not adapted from a preexisting {{toku}}satsu show (the other being ''Series/TheMysticKnightsOfTirNaNog'').

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'''''Tattooed ''Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters from Beverly Hills''''' Hills'' is one of several shows that were cranked out [[FollowTheLeader to get a piece of the pie]] when ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' made it big. It is notable for being one of only two not adapted from a preexisting {{toku}}satsu show (the other being ''Series/TheMysticKnightsOfTirNaNog'').
14th Dec '16 7:43:52 PM DesertDragon
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* Laurie Foster (Leslie Danon) TheLeader. [[TheAce Intelligent, beautiful, and very organized]], if somewhat bossy at times. As Scorpio, she has light green armor. Her weapon is a slim bladed sword.
* Gordon Henley (Richard Nason) A spoiled preppy whose mother is the mayor of Beverly Hills. He starts off arrogant but warms up to the others over time. He becomes Taurus, donning a black outfit. He wields a staff as his weapon.
* Drew Vincent (K. Jill Sorgen) A grungy tomboy who works at the coffee shop owned by her aunt that the kids regularly hang out in. She becomes Centaur, wearing a purple outfit. She uses a battle axe as her weapon.
* Swinton Sawyer (Rugg Williams) The BlackAndNerdy brains of the group, also the friendliest. He wears a yellow suit and holds the power of Apollo. His weapon is a small unnamed double-bladed weapon.

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* Laurie Foster '''Laurie Foster''' (Leslie Danon) TheLeader. [[TheAce Intelligent, beautiful, and very organized]], if somewhat bossy at times. As Scorpio, she has light green armor. Her weapon is a slim bladed sword.
* Gordon Henley '''Gordon Henley''' (Richard Nason) A spoiled preppy whose mother is the mayor of Beverly Hills. He starts off arrogant but warms up to the others over time. He becomes Taurus, donning a black outfit. He wields a staff as his weapon.
* Drew Vincent '''Drew Vincent''' (K. Jill Sorgen) A grungy tomboy who works at the coffee shop owned by her aunt that the kids regularly hang out in. She becomes Centaur, wearing a purple outfit. She uses a battle axe as her weapon.
* Swinton Sawyer '''Swinton Sawyer''' (Rugg Williams) The BlackAndNerdy brains of the group, also the friendliest. He wears a yellow suit and holds the power of Apollo. His weapon is a small unnamed double-bladed weapon.


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* GoodIsNotNice: Nimbar. He cares little for the teens' personal lives and chides them whenever their mundane conflicts risk interfering with the mission. [[Franchise/{{X-Men}} Professor X]] he is not.
14th Dec '16 6:57:44 PM DesertDragon
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* Drew Vincent (K. Jill Sorgen) A tomboyish girl who works at the coffee shop owned by her aunt that the kids regularly hang out in. She becomes Centaur, wearing a purple outfit. She uses a battle axe as her weapon.

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* Drew Vincent (K. Jill Sorgen) A tomboyish girl grungy tomboy who works at the coffee shop owned by her aunt that the kids regularly hang out in. She becomes Centaur, wearing a purple outfit. She uses a battle axe as her weapon.



* DisappearedDad: It's implied that Gordon doesn't have a father when he bonds with Swinton's dad and starts doing things with him without Swinton, much to the latter's [[GreenEyedMonster jealousy]].



* GlobalWarming: Invoked in one episode where one of Gorganus's monsters ''eats the ozone layer'', causing the world to become unbearably hot.



* MonsterOfTheWeek: Averted. There were about seven monsters that Gorganus would send out again and again depending on which one is best suited for his plan. This was most likely due to the show's shoestring budget. The episode "Emperor for a Day" lampshades this.

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* MonsterOfTheWeek: Averted. There were about seven eight monsters that Gorganus would send out again and again depending on which one is best suited for his plan. This was most likely due to the show's shoestring budget. The episode "Emperor for a Day" lampshades this.



* ThereAreNoTherapists: Averted. In the two-parter "The Psychiatrist", Drew's aunt Nicole calls Dr. Bradford Clamptin because she believes Drew has Complusive Lying Syndrome.

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* ThereAreNoTherapists: Averted. In the two-parter "The Psychiatrist", Drew's aunt Nicole calls Dr. Bradford Clamptin in a shrink because she believes Drew has Complusive Lying Syndrome.



* WesternZodiac: Combined with FourTemperamentEnsemble and some artistic license. The teens take the guardian constellations Aquarius (called Apollo), Sagittarius (called Centaur), Scorpio and Taurus.

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* WesternZodiac: Combined with FourTemperamentEnsemble and some artistic license. The teens take the guardian constellations Aquarius (called Apollo), Sagittarius (called Centaur), Scorpio Scorpio, and Taurus.
14th Dec '16 6:42:24 PM DesertDragon
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* IconicOutfit: Nothing about this show is "iconic," but objectively speaking, Gordon is very fond of neckties and always wears one with his day-to-day clothes. Even in the FreakFridayFlip episode where he switched bodies with Laurie, he wore one as her.

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* IconicOutfit: Nothing about this show is "iconic," but objectively speaking, Gordon is very fond of neckties and always wears one with his day-to-day clothes. Even in the FreakFridayFlip FreakyFridayFlip episode where he switched bodies with Laurie, he wore one as her.
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