History ShownTheirWork / WesternAnimation

12th Dec '17 8:48:57 PM schoi30
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** In another episode, Squidward mentions eating his own tentacles if starving, which is an actual survival mechanism of octopi.

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** In another episode, "Just One Bite", Squidward mentions eating his own tentacles if starving, which is an actual survival mechanism of octopi.
12th Dec '17 8:47:46 PM schoi30
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*** In one post-movie episode, Patrick severs his hand after becoming addicted to karate, only for him to grow a new hand and the old one to grow a new Patrick. While making for an odd joke, regeneration in starfish does actually occur like this.

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*** ** In one post-movie episode, Patrick severs his hand after becoming addicted to karate, only for him to grow a new hand and the old one to grow a new Patrick. While making for an odd joke, regeneration in starfish does actually occur like this.



*** In "Sandy, [=SpongeBob=], and the Worm", Mr. Krabs froths at the mouth as he runs out of breath from his rant at Sandy pretending to want his money. Real crabs do froth at the mouth when they have trouble breathing.

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*** ** In "Sandy, [=SpongeBob=], and the Worm", Mr. Krabs froths at the mouth as he runs out of breath from his rant at Sandy pretending to want his money. Real crabs do froth at the mouth when they have trouble breathing.
12th Dec '17 8:46:37 PM schoi30
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*** In "Sandy, [=SpongeBob=], and the Worm", Mr. Krabs froths at the mouth as he runs out of breath from his rant at Sandy pretending to want his money. Real crabs do froth at the mouth when they have trouble breathing.
5th Nov '17 1:39:55 PM schoi30
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** The ''Tylosaurus'' seen in "Lost and Found" has a tail fluke, and none of the dorsal fringes or armored scutes mosasaurs are often afflicted with in popular culture.

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** The ''Tylosaurus'' seen in "Lost and Found" has a tail fluke, and none of the dorsal fringes or armored scutes mosasaurs are often afflicted with in popular culture. Also, the ''Tanystropheus'' is portrayed walking along the ground as opposed to swimming, possibly referring to the fact it was a shore animal.
3rd Nov '17 9:40:28 PM schoi30
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** As pointed out in "Feral Friends", lobsters do in fact eat their own molted shells and starfish feed by ejecting their stomach from their bodies.

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** As pointed out in "Feral Friends", lobsters do in fact eat their own molted shells and starfish do feed by ejecting their stomach from their bodies.stomachs.
3rd Nov '17 9:39:37 PM schoi30
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** As pointed out in "Feral Friends", lobsters do in fact eat their own molted skin and starfish feed by ejecting their stomach from their bodies.

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** As pointed out in "Feral Friends", lobsters do in fact eat their own molted skin shells and starfish feed by ejecting their stomach from their bodies.
3rd Nov '17 9:38:57 PM schoi30
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** As pointed out in "Feral Friends", lobsters do eat their own molted skin and starfish feed by ejecting their stomach from their bodies.

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** As pointed out in "Feral Friends", lobsters do in fact eat their own molted skin and starfish feed by ejecting their stomach from their bodies.
3rd Nov '17 9:38:20 PM schoi30
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** Mr. Krabs's greed and position as a fast-food restaurant owner both tie in to the ecological niche of crabs as scavengers.

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** Mr. Krabs's greed and position as a fast-food restaurant owner both tie in to the ecological niche of crabs as scavengers. The fact that crabs are scavengers is pointed out in "Feral Friends".


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** As pointed out in "Feral Friends", lobsters do eat their own molted skin and starfish feed by ejecting their stomach from their bodies.
27th Oct '17 5:19:34 AM TommyTiger
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** Then there's [[AllThereInTheManual the AllSpark Almanac]]. ''Dear GOD'', [[http://www.angelfire.com/anime2/digipedia/annotated_almanac.html there is so much]].

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** Then there's [[AllThereInTheManual the AllSpark Almanac]]. ''Dear GOD'', [[http://www.angelfire.com/anime2/digipedia/annotated_almanac.html there is so much]].the AllSpark Almanac]], [[AllThereInTheManual as the manual can attest to]].



** Hell, they even put historical geography right in the freakin opening credits by pointing exactly where the family is on Earth right down to the local counties!

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** Hell, they even put historical geography right in the freakin opening credits by pointing exactly where the family is on Earth right down to the local counties!counties.



* Say what you will about [[WesternAnimation/MegaMan the old Mega Man TV show]], they did a fairly good job at researching the games; most of the character designs, while changed quite a bit, at least kept most of the unique design aspects, and sometimes the ''entire'' design. Designs aren't where they stopped, Mega Man's name was "Rock" before he became, well, Mega Man; this fact is somewhat more well known nowadays, but it wasn't back then. Heck, it looks like they paid attention to [[http://www.themmnetwork.com/2010/03/18/the-great-mega-man-finger-phenomenon/ the fingers of the characters]], as in a BadFuture episode, a Mega Man fan ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRb1OZv_7j4&feature=related actually does this]]'', at about 0:09. People deride the show for being inaccurate, but that's incredibly far from the truth.[[note]]Although it kind of is inaccurate in one respect: Proto Man is portrayed as one of the bad guys. While he was an opponent in [[VideoGame/MegaMan3 the third game]]: he was wasn't necessarily working for Dr. Wily. It's a long story.[[/note]]

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* Say what you will about Even though [[WesternAnimation/MegaMan the old Mega Man TV show]], (1994)]] was a cheesy show, they did a fairly good job at researching the games; most of the character designs, while changed quite a bit, at least kept most of the unique design aspects, and sometimes the ''entire'' design. Designs aren't where they stopped, Mega Man's name was "Rock" before he became, well, Mega Man; this fact is somewhat more well known nowadays, but it wasn't back then. Heck, it looks like they paid attention to [[http://www.themmnetwork.com/2010/03/18/the-great-mega-man-finger-phenomenon/ the fingers of the characters]], as in a BadFuture episode, a Mega Man fan ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRb1OZv_7j4&feature=related actually does this]]'', at about 0:09. People deride the show for being inaccurate, but that's incredibly far from the truth.[[note]]Although it kind of is inaccurate in one respect: Proto Man is portrayed as one of the bad guys. While he was an opponent in [[VideoGame/MegaMan3 the third game]]: he was wasn't necessarily working for Dr. Wily. It's a long story.[[/note]]
28th Sep '17 9:00:59 PM schoi30
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** "Lost and Found" showed a ''Tylosaurus'' with a tail fluke and no dorsal fringe.

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** "Lost and Found" showed a The ''Tylosaurus'' with seen in "Lost and Found" has a tail fluke fluke, and no none of the dorsal fringe.fringes or armored scutes mosasaurs are often afflicted with in popular culture.
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