History Series / Wishbone

23rd Sep '16 8:55:58 PM Jayalaw
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** Joe nearly ruins his friendship with David and Sam on two separate occasions, due to either his selfishness or unwillingness to speak up for his friends.
16th Sep '16 5:59:14 PM tyrekecorrea
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* AllegoryAdventure: The fulcrum of the series is Wishbone's penchant for comparing events in his life to classic literature and early theater.
11th Aug '16 1:55:23 PM EnglishGuruLady
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* BloodlessCarnage: This happens any time the "literature" half of a plot involves combat. Justified in that one, ''Wishbone'' is a kids' show and two, half the time the "person" doing the fighting is a dog.
**Averted slightly with the ''Red Badge of Courage'' episode, wherein Wishbone plays protagonist Henry Fleming. He's said to get grazed with a bullet; what we see is a bandage with a red smear.
**Also somewhat averted in the ''Joan of Arc'' episode when Joan takes an arrow to the shoulder. There's no blood but she is clearly in great pain.
27th Jul '16 6:21:42 PM nombretomado
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* WrongInsultOffence: The ''{{Cyrano de Bergerac}}'' episode (in keeping with its source material).

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* WrongInsultOffence: The ''{{Cyrano ''Theatre/{{Cyrano de Bergerac}}'' episode (in keeping with its source material).
16th Jun '16 1:03:38 PM Random888
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** ''Literature/ATaleOfTwoCities'' is divided into three "books". The ''Wishbone'' version, naturally, focuses almost entirely on "Book the Third: The Track of a Storm", which contains the most iconic parts of the story. Ernest Defarge and the Vengeance are AdaptedOut, effectively making Madame Defarge a CompositeCharacter of all the revolutionary characters. Well, maybe. After Darnay is sentenced to the guillotine, Madame Defarge is seen sharing a hug with an unnamed male revolutionary, so it's possible he's meant to be Ernest. Dr. Manette is only identified as Lucie's father and no mention is made of his imprisonment in the Bastille, leaving him so DemotedToExtra that there appears to be no reason he's still in the story at all.

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** ''Literature/ATaleOfTwoCities'' is divided into three "books". The ''Wishbone'' version, naturally, focuses almost entirely on "Book the Third: The Track of a Storm", which contains the most iconic parts of the story. Ernest Defarge and the Vengeance are AdaptedOut, effectively making Madame Defarge a CompositeCharacter of all the revolutionary characters. Well, maybe. After Darnay is sentenced to the guillotine, Madame Defarge is seen sharing a hug with an unnamed male revolutionary, so it's possible he's meant to be Ernest. Dr. Manette is only identified as Lucie's father and with no mention is made of his imprisonment in the Bastille, leaving him so DemotedToExtra that there appears to be no reason he's still in the story at all.
16th Jun '16 1:01:09 PM Random888
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** ''Literature/ATaleOfTwoCities'' is divided into three "books". The ''Wishbone'' version, naturally, focuses almost entirely on "Book the Third: The Track of a Storm", which contains the most iconic parts of the story. Ernest Defarge and the Vengeance are AdaptedOut, effectively making Madame Defarge a CompositeCharacter of all the revolutionary characters. Well, maybe. After Darnay is sentenced to the guillotine, Madame Defarge is seen sharing a hug with an unnamed male revolutionary, so it's possible he's meant to be Ernest. Dr. Manette is DemotedToExtra to such an extent that there appears to be no reason he's still in the story at all. He's only identified as Lucie's father and no mention is made of his imprisonment in the Bastille.

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** ''Literature/ATaleOfTwoCities'' is divided into three "books". The ''Wishbone'' version, naturally, focuses almost entirely on "Book the Third: The Track of a Storm", which contains the most iconic parts of the story. Ernest Defarge and the Vengeance are AdaptedOut, effectively making Madame Defarge a CompositeCharacter of all the revolutionary characters. Well, maybe. After Darnay is sentenced to the guillotine, Madame Defarge is seen sharing a hug with an unnamed male revolutionary, so it's possible he's meant to be Ernest. Dr. Manette is DemotedToExtra to such an extent that there appears to be no reason he's still in the story at all. He's only identified as Lucie's father and no mention is made of his imprisonment in the Bastille.Bastille, leaving him so DemotedToExtra that there appears to be no reason he's still in the story at all.
16th Jun '16 12:59:19 PM Random888
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** ''Literature/ATaleOfTwoCities'' is divided into three "books". The ''Wishbone'' version, naturally, focuses almost entirely on "Book the Third: The Track of a Storm", which contains the most iconic parts of the story. Ernest Defarge and the Vengeance are AdaptedOut, effectively making Madame Defarge a CompositeCharacter of all the revolutionary characters. Well, maybe. After Darnay is sentenced to the guillotine, Madame Defarge is seen sharing a hug with an unnamed male revolutionary, so it's possible he's meant to be Ernest. Dr. Manette is DemotedToExtra to such an extent that there appears to be no reason he's still in the story at all.

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** ''Literature/ATaleOfTwoCities'' is divided into three "books". The ''Wishbone'' version, naturally, focuses almost entirely on "Book the Third: The Track of a Storm", which contains the most iconic parts of the story. Ernest Defarge and the Vengeance are AdaptedOut, effectively making Madame Defarge a CompositeCharacter of all the revolutionary characters. Well, maybe. After Darnay is sentenced to the guillotine, Madame Defarge is seen sharing a hug with an unnamed male revolutionary, so it's possible he's meant to be Ernest. Dr. Manette is DemotedToExtra to such an extent that there appears to be no reason he's still in the story at all. He's only identified as Lucie's father and no mention is made of his imprisonment in the Bastille.
16th Jun '16 12:55:27 PM Random888
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** ''Literature/ATaleOfTwoCities'' is divided into three "books". The ''Wishbone'' version, naturally, focuses almost entirely on "Book the Third: The Track of a Storm", which contains the most iconic parts of the story. Ernest Defarge and the Vengeance are AdaptedOut, effectively making Madame Defarge a CompositeCharacter of all the revolutionary characters. Well, maybe. After Darnay is sentenced to the guillotine, Madame Defarge is seen sharing a huge with an unnamed male revolutionary, so it's possible he's meant to be Ernest. Dr. Manette is DemotedToExtra to such an extent that there appears to be no reason he's still in the story at all.

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** ''Literature/ATaleOfTwoCities'' is divided into three "books". The ''Wishbone'' version, naturally, focuses almost entirely on "Book the Third: The Track of a Storm", which contains the most iconic parts of the story. Ernest Defarge and the Vengeance are AdaptedOut, effectively making Madame Defarge a CompositeCharacter of all the revolutionary characters. Well, maybe. After Darnay is sentenced to the guillotine, Madame Defarge is seen sharing a huge hug with an unnamed male revolutionary, so it's possible he's meant to be Ernest. Dr. Manette is DemotedToExtra to such an extent that there appears to be no reason he's still in the story at all.
16th Jun '16 12:54:57 PM Random888
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** ''Literature/ATaleOfTwoCities'' is divided into three "books". The ''Wishbone'' version, naturally, focuses almost entirely on "Book the Third: The Track of a Storm", which contains the most iconic parts of the story. Ernest Defarge and the Vengeance are AdaptedOut, effectively making Madame Defarge a CompositeCharacter of all the revolutionary characters (although when Darnay is sentenced to the guillotine, she ''is'' seen hugging some male revolutionary, so that might be Ernest). Dr. Manette is DemotedToExtra to such an extent that there appears to be no reason he's still in the story at all.

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** ''Literature/ATaleOfTwoCities'' is divided into three "books". The ''Wishbone'' version, naturally, focuses almost entirely on "Book the Third: The Track of a Storm", which contains the most iconic parts of the story. Ernest Defarge and the Vengeance are AdaptedOut, effectively making Madame Defarge a CompositeCharacter of all the revolutionary characters (although when characters. Well, maybe. After Darnay is sentenced to the guillotine, she ''is'' Madame Defarge is seen hugging some sharing a huge with an unnamed male revolutionary, so that might it's possible he's meant to be Ernest).Ernest. Dr. Manette is DemotedToExtra to such an extent that there appears to be no reason he's still in the story at all.
16th Jun '16 12:52:18 PM Random888
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** ''Literature/ATaleOfTwoCities'' is divided into three "books". The ''Wishbone'' version, naturally, focuses almost entirely on "Book the Third: The Track of a Storm", which contains the most iconic parts of the story. Ernest Defarge and the Vengeance are AdaptedOut, effectively making Madame Defarge a CompositeCharacter of all the revolutionary characters. Dr. Manette is DemotedToExtra to such an extent that there appears to be no reason he's still in the story at all.

to:

** ''Literature/ATaleOfTwoCities'' is divided into three "books". The ''Wishbone'' version, naturally, focuses almost entirely on "Book the Third: The Track of a Storm", which contains the most iconic parts of the story. Ernest Defarge and the Vengeance are AdaptedOut, effectively making Madame Defarge a CompositeCharacter of all the revolutionary characters.characters (although when Darnay is sentenced to the guillotine, she ''is'' seen hugging some male revolutionary, so that might be Ernest). Dr. Manette is DemotedToExtra to such an extent that there appears to be no reason he's still in the story at all.
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