History TotallyRadical / WesternAnimation

7th Jan '16 7:05:40 AM LentilSandEater
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** Likely a subversion, as "groovy" is 1960s slang, and Ben's probably making the point that Gwen's coming across like a New Age hippie. Unless Ben's just an ''Franchise/EvilDead'' fan, that is...[[TheresNoBInMovie Which is entirely plausible.]]
21st Dec '15 9:23:28 AM iowaforever
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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' parodies this trope a few times: ** In the episode "Dungeons, Dungeons, And More Dungeons", Dipper mentions how the creators of the titular D&D expy tried to make it more cool in the 90s, giving EvilSorceror Probabilitor pastel-colored streetwear and a bit of rapping in the commercial the audience is shown, as well as renaming the game "Diggity-Dungeons And All That". From Dipper's comments, it's considered a DorkAge for the game. ** Upon finding Mabel in the LotusEaterMachine that is Mabelland, Dipper, Wendy, and Soos are greeted by Mabel's "Replacement Dipper" Dippy-Fresh, a skateboarding "cool" dude that wouldn't look out of place in a Mountain Dew commercial. Naturally, Dipper takes an instant dislike to the doppleganger.
24th Oct '15 6:46:33 PM JMQwilleran
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* On ''WesternAnimation/DocMcStuffins'', sometimes some of the older toys or ones about specific subject matter use slang such as "Far out." This once got Doc an odd look from her Dad when she described a meteor shower as being "Far out" after hearing the phrase from her toy telescope.
18th Oct '15 3:22:25 PM JMQwilleran
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* On ''Toot & Puddle'', the characters will sometimes say "Gee whilikers!" which surely went out of fashion sometime around the 60s.
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* On ''Toot & Puddle'', ''WesternAnimation/TootAndPuddle'', the characters characters, particularly Toot, will sometimes say "Gee whilikers!" which surely went out of fashion sometime around the 60s.
6th Oct '15 1:35:29 PM Grobi
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* One of the many reasons ''WesternAnimation/DaBoomCrew'' failed. "Tony Hawk it later"? What does this even mean?
29th Aug '15 5:01:51 PM Premonition45
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** Even lampshaded a few times such as at one point when Bart tries to show he's still cool by singing and dancing to the "Do The Bartman" song. Ralph comments "That is so 1991." Another one had Bart complaining about Lisa using his old "Don't have a cow man" catchphrase to his mom. Marge retorts he doesn't even use it anymore. ** Parodied by Poochie, a cartoon dog with "attitude" who's the kung fu hippy from the gangster city. It had the [[TheScrappy opposite effect]] the in-universe producers were going for. ** Also parodied by [[CrowningMomentOfFunny the]] [[ShowWithinAShow movie within a show]] Homer goes to see in "HOMR", featuring a kid yelling "RADICAL!" after a cheap slapstick gag, followed by another character randomly saying "[[Series/WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire Is that your final answer?"]] ** Moe does this in an episode where he's teaching self defense through dance: --> OK, here's the 411 folks, say some gangsta is dissin' your fly girl ...
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** Even lampshaded a few times such as at one point in "Simpson Tide", when Bart tries to show he's still cool by singing and dancing to the "Do The Bartman" song. Ralph comments "That is so 1991." Another one had In "Summer of 4 ft. 2", Bart complaining complains about Lisa using his old "Don't have a cow man" catchphrase to his mom. Marge retorts he doesn't even use it anymore. ** Parodied in "The Itchy and Scratchy and Poochie Show" by Poochie, a cartoon dog with "attitude" who's the kung fu hippy from the gangster city. It had the [[TheScrappy opposite effect]] the in-universe producers were going for. ** Also parodied by with [[CrowningMomentOfFunny the]] [[ShowWithinAShow movie within a show]] Homer goes to see in "HOMR", featuring a kid yelling "RADICAL!" after a cheap slapstick gag, followed by another character randomly saying "[[Series/WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire Is that your final answer?"]] ** In "Secrets of a Successful Marriage", Moe does this in an episode where he's teaching self defense through dance: --> -->'''Moe:''' OK, here's the 411 folks, say 411, folks: Say some gangsta is dissin' your fly girl ...girl...
9th Jun '15 7:33:20 AM Eshbaalauthr
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** It's parodied further in a scene where Brit is trying to teach Vexus how to fit in and lets out a BARRAGE of mid-2000s slang. -->''Brit:'' "Look, Vex, just don't go buggin' and actin' like a punk. Youve gots to be poppin', classy. Act like you got some badonkadonk! Can you represent?"
11th May '15 9:41:08 PM IronicMouse
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** In the 2003 TMNT series, they don't talk like this, save Mikey, who ''tries'' it, but the others tell him to cut it out. (Naturally, he ''loved'' the 1987 Turtles.)
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** In the [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003 2003 TMNT series, series]], they don't talk like this, save Mikey, who ''tries'' it, but the others tell him to cut it out. (Naturally, he ''loved'' the 1987 Turtles.)

** The 2012 series varies. Mikey is the most likely turtle to delve into it, but thief Anton Zeck [[spoiler: the future Bebop]] really takes the TotallyRadical cake.
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** [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012 The 2012 series series]] varies. Mikey is the most likely turtle to delve into it, but thief Anton Zeck [[spoiler: the future Bebop]] really takes the TotallyRadical cake. *** The Turtles' new friend Mondo Gecko sounds and acts a lot like his 80s counterpart, but it's {{Justified}} as him being deliberately old-school. He's also voiced by Michelan Sisti, who voiced Mikey in the 90s movies.
8th Apr '15 1:59:46 PM Kereea1
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** The 2012 series varies. Mikey is the most likely turtle to delve into it, but thief Anton Zeck [[spoiler: the future Bebop]] really takes the TotallyRadical cake.
7th Apr '15 2:00:36 AM chelonianmobile
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* In-universe example when Shifu tries to be cool in ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPandaLegendsOfAwesomeness''.
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