History WMG / CodenameKidsNextDoor

9th Jun '16 5:32:41 PM nombretomado
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About eleventity buhmillion years ago, Earth was a world without adults, where kids were free to be kids forever. That changed when a MeteorOfDoom [[SamuraiJack made of highly concentrated adulthood struck the planet]] spreading the disease. Adulthood itself wasn't evil, but many of those kids who became adults abused their power, turned themselves and others into senior citizombies and would have left the world an agified wasteland, like the countless other planets that were infected and quarantined in the past.

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About eleventity buhmillion years ago, Earth was a world without adults, where kids were free to be kids forever. That changed when a MeteorOfDoom [[SamuraiJack [[WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack made of highly concentrated adulthood struck the planet]] spreading the disease. Adulthood itself wasn't evil, but many of those kids who became adults abused their power, turned themselves and others into senior citizombies and would have left the world an agified wasteland, like the countless other planets that were infected and quarantined in the past.



[[WMG: The Uno family are descendants of [[SamuraiJack Aku]] ]]

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[[WMG: The Uno family are descendants of [[SamuraiJack [[WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack Aku]] ]]
28th Apr '16 2:43:59 PM Ebbyu
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[[WMG: The Delight Full children are clones.]]
In Operation: R.E.C.R.U.I.T., Numbuh One tells Bobby about the secret of the Dish Washers, and how that the unfinished scraps of food on the childrens plates and used to replicate DNA. Now, notice how cloned Bobby has blue eyes. They look like the Delihgtfull fives. It is also the real reason why the Delight Full children from Down the lane are so polite.

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[[WMG: The Delight Full Delightful children are clones.]]
In Operation: R.E.C.R.U.I.T., Numbuh One tells Bobby about the secret of the Dish Washers, and how that the unfinished scraps of food on the childrens childrens' plates and used to replicate DNA. Now, notice how cloned Bobby has blue eyes. They look like the Delihgtfull fives. Delightful Children's. It is also the real reason why the Delight Full Delightful children from Down the lane are so polite.
27th Apr '16 6:24:04 PM Godzillawolf
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* Think about it, the Kids Next Door is the rebellion against tyrannic adults, who represent various Tsar leaders, or whatever Russia was before Lenin took over. The adults believe in what is 'right' for kids, but the kids have to rebel because whatever they are doing is just too boring. There are also references to a Serbian detention center in Gallahager Elementary. The KND operatives represent various communists who want equality for all children. The DCFDTL are former KND opervatives, and represent the Stalin of the Russian Revolution. The Delightfulization process is essentially what happened to Joseph Stalin when he gained power over the motherland. The DCFDTL wear identical fancy clothing, and tend to treat themselves higher than other kids, and are always involved with cake, which they always plan to eat by themselves. Also, if you remember Operation E.L.E.C.T.I.O.N.S, the DCFDTL used various forms of propaganda to set the students against each other, just like how Stalin ordered the many classes to report on each other in order to ensure total power. Besides that post: The Russian sector has a freaking Sputnik replica.

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* Think about it, the Kids Next Door is the rebellion against tyrannic adults, who represent various Tsar leaders, or whatever Russia was before Lenin took over. The adults believe in what is 'right' for kids, but the kids have to rebel because whatever they are doing is just too boring. There are also references to a Serbian detention center in Gallahager Elementary. The KND operatives represent various communists who want equality for all children. The DCFDTL are former KND opervatives, and represent the Stalin of the Russian Revolution. The Delightfulization process is essentially what happened to Joseph Stalin when he gained power over the motherland. The DCFDTL wear identical fancy clothing, and tend to treat themselves higher than other kids, and are always involved with cake, which they always plan to eat by themselves. Also, if you remember Operation E.L.E.C.T.I.O.N.S, the DCFDTL used various forms of propaganda to set the students against each other, just like how Stalin ordered the many classes to report on each other in order to ensure total power. Besides that post: The Russian sector has a freaking Sputnik replica.replica.

[[WMG:The majority of enemies the KND face were caused directly or indirectly by Grandfather and his reign.]]
We know the first time, Grandfather only enslaved kids (though it's likely the adults didn't have it very good either, given Grandfather's level of evil), it's possible he had enforcers. The majority of the villains the KND face now are descendants of people who worked for Grandfather in some way or another to enslave children and run his VillainWorld and imprinted their respective mentalities on their descendants. IE, perhaps Grandma Stuffum was the daughter of someone who made gruel for the children under Grandfather's rule, Mr. Boss is the grandson of a slavedriver, ect. Alternatively, many of them have Grandfather's reign as their direct or indirect FreudianExcuse. As for the various monsters, they were all created by Grandfather to torment children (and in some cases adults) in some way, shape, or form for his own amusement. This is ''especially'' true for monsters like the Queen Tie and her brood, who seem to exist for a very specific enslaving reason. Hey, the guy traumatized his own son of a vegetable, would you put it past him?
23rd Jan '16 4:51:06 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: The new KND series will air on Main/AdultSwim.]]

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[[WMG: The new KND series will air on Main/AdultSwim.Creator/AdultSwim.]]
30th Nov '15 9:02:41 AM Blacksun388
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** Jossed. The Delightfuls are unwilling KND operatives who were victims of Father's delightfulization experiment.
30th Nov '15 9:01:46 AM Blacksun388
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** Jossed. The delightfuls are KND operatives who were victims of Father's delightfulization experiment.
28th Nov '15 7:18:15 AM TMNTFanGirl
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[[WMG: Numbuh 2's dad is still alive]]
In Operation: C.A.K.E.D-F.O.U.R., Betty refers to Hoagie's dad is the present tense, which would imply that Mr. Gilligan is in fact still alive. MY theory is that Hoagie Sr. is in the military (probably the Air Force) and the reason he's never seen in the show is because he's off doing military work--it would be a good theory as to where Numbuh 2 gets his love of flying and stuff from.
15th Nov '15 6:20:36 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 ''{{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 ''{{Rugrats}}'' ''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.
8th Nov '15 10:18:39 AM Julia1984
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* Perhaps this explains why all the villains [[CardCarryingVillain think they're villains]]-it's what most children expect!

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* Perhaps this explains why all the villains [[CardCarryingVillain think they're villains]]-it's villains]] -- it's what most children expect!



*** Not necessarily. Cartoon Network could very well exist in the KND universe(much like how Futurama exists as a cartoon in TheSimpsons universe, despite having the same RealLife creator). They could've pretended to be the characters in the show.

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*** Not necessarily. Cartoon Network could very well exist in the KND universe(much universe (much like how Futurama exists as a cartoon in TheSimpsons universe, despite having the same RealLife creator). They could've pretended to be the characters in the show.




[[WMG: Each villian is a manifestation of things kids don't like.]]

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\n* With this in mind, the explanation of the G:KND transmission: Nigel had to move far away (probably back to England), so his friends came up with this cool explanation for why he was leaving. They kept in touch via the Internet, though, and the game shifted online -- now they communicate via video transmissions about their "missions" and such.

[[WMG: Each villian villain is a manifestation of things kids don't like.]]
4th Nov '15 5:36:26 AM SetsunasaNiWa
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Hostile: [[CaptainObvious Species hostile 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]], [[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]], [[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: [[CaptainObvious Species hostile to the Galactic Kids Next Door]] 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]], [[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]], [[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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