History WMG / CodenameKidsNextDoor

16th Apr '17 6:13:15 PM CommanderPeepidot
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Hostile/Dangerous: Species hostile and/or hazardous to the Galactic Kids Next Door (e.g. [[Franchise/{{Halo}} the San 'Shyuum (Prophets) and the Jiralhanae (Brutes)]], [[VideoGame/HalfLife the Combine]], [[Franchise/MassEffect the Reapers and the Collectors]], [[Series/DoctorWho the Daleks, the Sontarans, and the Cybermen]], [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion the Angels,]] [[WesternAnimation/TitanAE the Drej]], [[Franchise/StarTrek the Romulans (or more specifically, the Tal'Shiar), [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica the Incubators,]] the Hirogen, Species 8472]] [[VideoGame/StarTrekOnline (AKA the Undine), the Elachi,]] [[Franchise/StarTrek the Cardassians (or more specifically the Obsidian Order]] [[VideoGame/StarTrekOnline and the True Way),]] [[Franchise/StarTrek the Iconians, the Tholians, the Breen, the Fek'Ihri, the Terran Empire, and the Borg]], [[VideoGame/DeadSpace the Necromorphs,]] [[Literature/KnownSpace the Kzinti,]] [[WesternAnimation/InvaderZim the Irkens]], [[VideoGame/FreeSpace the Shivans]], [[Series/{{Farscape}} the Scarrans]], [[Anime/SonicX the Metarex]], [[Franchise/KingdomHearts the Heartless, the Nobodies, and the Unversed]], [[Franchise/{{Transformers}} the Deceptions]], etc.).

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Hostile/Dangerous: Species hostile and/or hazardous to the Galactic Kids Next Door (e.g. [[Franchise/{{Halo}} the San 'Shyuum (Prophets) and the Jiralhanae (Brutes)]], [[VideoGame/HalfLife the Combine]], [[Franchise/MassEffect the Reapers and the Collectors]], [[Series/DoctorWho the Daleks, the Sontarans, and the Cybermen]], [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion the Angels,]] [[WesternAnimation/TitanAE the Drej]], [[Franchise/StarTrek the Romulans (or more specifically, the Tal'Shiar), Tal'Shiar)]], [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica the Incubators,]] the Hirogen, Species 8472]] [[VideoGame/StarTrekOnline (AKA the Undine), the Elachi,]] [[Franchise/StarTrek the Cardassians (or more specifically the Obsidian Order]] [[VideoGame/StarTrekOnline and the True Way),]] [[Franchise/StarTrek the Iconians, the Tholians, the Breen, the Fek'Ihri, the Terran Empire, and the Borg]], [[VideoGame/DeadSpace the Necromorphs,]] [[Literature/KnownSpace the Kzinti,]] [[WesternAnimation/InvaderZim the Irkens]], [[VideoGame/FreeSpace the Shivans]], [[Series/{{Farscape}} the Scarrans]], [[Anime/SonicX the Metarex]], [[Franchise/KingdomHearts the Heartless, the Nobodies, and the Unversed]], [[Franchise/{{Transformers}} the Deceptions]], etc.).
16th Apr '17 6:12:37 PM CommanderPeepidot
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Hostile/Dangerous: Species hostile and/or hazardous to the Galactic Kids Next Door (e.g. [[Franchise/{{Halo}} the San 'Shyuum (Prophets) and the Jiralhanae (Brutes)]], [[VideoGame/HalfLife the Combine]], [[Franchise/MassEffect the Reapers and the Collectors]], [[Series/DoctorWho the Daleks, the Sontarans, and the Cybermen]], [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion the Angels,]] [[WesternAnimation/TitanAE the Drej]], [[Franchise/StarTrek the Romulans (or more specifically, the Tal'Shiar), the Hirogen, Species 8472]] [[VideoGame/StarTrekOnline (AKA the Undine), the Elachi,]] [[Franchise/StarTrek the Cardassians (or more specifically the Obsidian Order]] [[VideoGame/StarTrekOnline and the True Way),]] [[Franchise/StarTrek the Iconians, the Tholians, the Breen, the Fek'Ihri, the Terran Empire, and the Borg]], [[VideoGame/DeadSpace the Necromorphs,]] [[Literature/KnownSpace the Kzinti,]] [[WesternAnimation/InvaderZim the Irkens]], [[VideoGame/FreeSpace the Shivans]], [[Series/{{Farscape}} the Scarrans]], [[Anime/SonicX the Metarex]], [[Franchise/KingdomHearts the Heartless, the Nobodies, and the Unversed]], [[Franchise/{{Transformers}} the Deceptions]], etc.).

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Hostile/Dangerous: Species hostile and/or hazardous to the Galactic Kids Next Door (e.g. [[Franchise/{{Halo}} the San 'Shyuum (Prophets) and the Jiralhanae (Brutes)]], [[VideoGame/HalfLife the Combine]], [[Franchise/MassEffect the Reapers and the Collectors]], [[Series/DoctorWho the Daleks, the Sontarans, and the Cybermen]], [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion the Angels,]] [[WesternAnimation/TitanAE the Drej]], [[Franchise/StarTrek the Romulans (or more specifically, the Tal'Shiar), [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica the Incubators,]] the Hirogen, Species 8472]] [[VideoGame/StarTrekOnline (AKA the Undine), the Elachi,]] [[Franchise/StarTrek the Cardassians (or more specifically the Obsidian Order]] [[VideoGame/StarTrekOnline and the True Way),]] [[Franchise/StarTrek the Iconians, the Tholians, the Breen, the Fek'Ihri, the Terran Empire, and the Borg]], [[VideoGame/DeadSpace the Necromorphs,]] [[Literature/KnownSpace the Kzinti,]] [[WesternAnimation/InvaderZim the Irkens]], [[VideoGame/FreeSpace the Shivans]], [[Series/{{Farscape}} the Scarrans]], [[Anime/SonicX the Metarex]], [[Franchise/KingdomHearts the Heartless, the Nobodies, and the Unversed]], [[Franchise/{{Transformers}} the Deceptions]], etc.).
16th Apr '17 6:10:38 PM CommanderPeepidot
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* [[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder Numbuh One stealing his pipe.]] That was clear from the moment Father turned into a dragon. Besides, it was outright-stated in G.R.A.D.U.A.T.E.S. that [[AbusiveParents Father doesn't care about the Delightfuls.]]
16th Apr '17 5:02:34 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG:Kids Next Door is the past of the SpyKids series]]

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[[WMG:Kids Next Door is the past of the SpyKids ''Film/SpyKids'' series]]
14th Apr '17 9:49:06 PM N.Harmonik
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Neutral/Unaligned: Species that are not aligned with the GKND, its allies, or its enemies (e.g. [[Series/DoctorWho the Atraxi]], [[Franchise/StarWars the Geonosians and the Noghri]], [[WesternAnimation/Home the Boov,]] [[Series/{{Farscape}} the Luxans and the Sebaceans]], [[Franchise/StarTrek the Klingons, the Letheans, the Gorn, the Nausicaans, the Orions, the Ferasans, the Jem'Hadar, the Vorta, the Founders, the Deferi, and the Remans]], [[Franchise/MassEffect the Leviathans, the Rachni, the Hanar, the Elcor, and the Batarians]], [[ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage the Utroms]], [[VideoGame/HalfLife the Vortigaunts]], etc.).

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Neutral/Unaligned: Species that are not aligned with the GKND, its allies, or its enemies (e.g. [[Series/DoctorWho the Atraxi]], [[Franchise/StarWars the Geonosians and the Noghri]], [[WesternAnimation/Home [[WesternAnimation/{{Home}} the Boov,]] [[Series/{{Farscape}} the Luxans and the Sebaceans]], [[Franchise/StarTrek the Klingons, the Letheans, the Gorn, the Nausicaans, the Orions, the Ferasans, the Jem'Hadar, the Vorta, the Founders, the Deferi, and the Remans]], [[Franchise/MassEffect the Leviathans, the Rachni, the Hanar, the Elcor, and the Batarians]], [[ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage the Utroms]], [[VideoGame/HalfLife the Vortigaunts]], etc.).
14th Apr '17 9:48:16 PM N.Harmonik
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Unknown/Unimportant: Species either not technologically advanced enough to know about the GKND or that are just ignored by the GKND, and in turn are ignored (e.g. [[Franchise/MassEffect the Yahg, the Vorcha, and the Keepers]], [[Literature/Expedition the Eosapiens,]] [[VideoGame/{{Halo}} the Unggoy (Grunts)]], [[Franchise/StarTrek the Devidians]], [[Franchise/TheSmurfs the Smurfs]], etc.).

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Unknown/Unimportant: Species either not technologically advanced enough to know about the GKND or that are just ignored by the GKND, and in turn are ignored (e.g. [[Franchise/MassEffect the Yahg, the Vorcha, and the Keepers]], [[Literature/Expedition [[Literature/{{Expedition}} the Eosapiens,]] [[VideoGame/{{Halo}} the Unggoy (Grunts)]], [[Franchise/StarTrek the Devidians]], [[Franchise/TheSmurfs the Smurfs]], etc.).
28th Mar '17 8:36:10 PM ladyofthelibrary
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This theory is directly inspired by the cancer theory which is Number 1 having cancer and the series being set in his imagination. The kids are just regular kids playing with their imagination, The delightful children are just kids who are afraid of getting into trouble with their parents, KND believed that the delightful children were brainwashed by their father after their own parents kept telling them to be more like them. Number fives sister is just a normal teen who is imagined as a villain who occasionally causes problems for KND for her own amusement alongside her friends or when she really needs something from the KND. Finally the galactic kids next door were just kids who lived in another country, Number one had to move away with his family to another country and KND wanted to play one last game with him before he moved and they imagined that he joined the galactic kids. The events of Operation Zero are just his family getting involved with the game and the delightful children were allowed to play the game as well which allowed them to "escape" their brainwashed state but had to stop playing. Number ones baldness is just because he prefers to have a buzz cut hairstyle or he has Alopecia. The villains were imaginary views of adults, family members or kid stuff.

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This theory is directly inspired by the cancer theory which is Number 1 having cancer and the series being set in his imagination. The kids are just regular kids playing with their imagination, The delightful children are just kids who are afraid of getting into trouble with their parents, KND believed that the delightful children were brainwashed by their father after their own parents kept telling them to be more like them. Number fives five's sister is just a normal teen who is imagined as a villain who occasionally causes problems for KND for her own amusement alongside her friends or when she really needs something from the KND. Finally the galactic kids next door were just kids who lived in another country, Number one had to move away with his family to another country and KND wanted to play one last game with him before he moved and they imagined that he joined the galactic kids. The events of Operation Zero are just his family getting involved with the game and the delightful children were allowed to play the game as well which allowed them to "escape" their brainwashed state but had to stop playing. Number ones one's baldness is just because he prefers to have a buzz cut hairstyle or he has Alopecia. The villains were imaginary views of adults, family members or kid stuff.



He got bored of just playing "King of the Sandcastle", and decided to be a evil/crazy king instead...[[MindScrew pretending that he ISN'T pretending]] and NEVER breaking character unless his Mom calls. His big brothers play along because they find his Method Acting antics fun.

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He got bored of just playing "King of the Sandcastle", and decided to be a evil/crazy king instead...[[MindScrew pretending that he ISN'T pretending]] and NEVER breaking character unless his Mom calls. His big brothers play along because they find his Method Acting antics fun.fun.

[[WMG: The whole "adulthood is a disease" thing isn't true; it's just used as a cover for something more nefarious.]]
Basically, someone who was rendered an immortal child has a grudge against adults in general for something adults connected with him caused and takes this anger out on every other species in existence, with the options for planets being "decommissioning" or "empire where children rule and you're immediately demoted to slave class once you hit 13". This naturally has dire consequences but this person is so caught up in their hate and anger that they can't see it and use every aspect of their power to squash anything that might convince people like Nigel not to side with them.
15th Mar '17 9:20:55 PM nombretomado
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The battle sequences, fights in outer space, and life-or-death situations that we the audience see are just artistic renderings of what the kids are imagining, a technique often employed in shows that make heavy use of fantasy such as ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' and ''MuppetBabies''. This would explain why 2x4 Technology can do things real technology can't, such as erase memory or fly to Saturn in less than a few hours. Why haven't Abby and Cree killed each other? Because the guns, the armor, and the prisons aren't real. Teenagers aren't ''really'' decommissioned; their friends just acknowledge that they've reached an age where such make-believe games are seen as immature, and they come up with an interesting explanation for why they have to give them up... except for the "undercover operatives," who don't care what their peers or parents think and want to continue playing. The parents of kids and teens who are sent to "prisons" in the Arctic and on the moon don't wonder where they are because nobody's really in prison; they're just pretending. The same goes for how kids like #362 appear to live on the moon and how cadets appear to stay in Antarctica for training. After all, the kids seem to know there's a limit on what is possible even for them and where to draw the line, as seen in the King Sandy episodes.

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The battle sequences, fights in outer space, and life-or-death situations that we the audience see are just artistic renderings of what the kids are imagining, a technique often employed in shows that make heavy use of fantasy such as ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' and ''MuppetBabies''.''WesternAnimation/MuppetBabies''. This would explain why 2x4 Technology can do things real technology can't, such as erase memory or fly to Saturn in less than a few hours. Why haven't Abby and Cree killed each other? Because the guns, the armor, and the prisons aren't real. Teenagers aren't ''really'' decommissioned; their friends just acknowledge that they've reached an age where such make-believe games are seen as immature, and they come up with an interesting explanation for why they have to give them up... except for the "undercover operatives," who don't care what their peers or parents think and want to continue playing. The parents of kids and teens who are sent to "prisons" in the Arctic and on the moon don't wonder where they are because nobody's really in prison; they're just pretending. The same goes for how kids like #362 appear to live on the moon and how cadets appear to stay in Antarctica for training. After all, the kids seem to know there's a limit on what is possible even for them and where to draw the line, as seen in the King Sandy episodes.
14th Mar '17 2:41:54 PM SomeRandomMook
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This explains why KND has technological advancements and the adults are oblivious to episode events, it's just kids playing with their imaginations. Not all theories have to be depressing or involve cruel events such as cancer or domestic abuse, granted that galactic kids is a depressing idea but it was a sad episode for fans. This theory originated in the Youtube channel channelfrederator (as I am aware).

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This explains why KND has technological advancements and the adults are oblivious to episode events, it's just kids playing with their imaginations. Not all theories have to be depressing or involve cruel events such as cancer or domestic abuse, granted that galactic kids is a depressing idea but it was a sad episode for fans. This theory originated in the Youtube channel channelfrederator (as I am aware).aware).

[[WMG: King Sandy really ''is'' just pretending.]]
He got bored of just playing "King of the Sandcastle", and decided to be a evil/crazy king instead...[[MindScrew pretending that he ISN'T pretending]] and NEVER breaking character unless his Mom calls. His big brothers play along because they find his Method Acting antics fun.
12th Mar '17 1:27:45 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: [[MontyPythonsFlyingCircus Everybody expects the Spinach Inquisition]]]]

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[[WMG: [[MontyPythonsFlyingCircus [[Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus Everybody expects the Spinach Inquisition]]]]
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