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29th Nov '16 3:40:04 PM Nicoaln
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The Off-Beats and the Populars are their own "numbuhs" as well - but the branch suffered a schism due to half of them (Tina, Beth, and the other three) getting captured and subjected to the treatments that were either a precursor of or a failed attempt to recreate the "Delightful kids". However, this did not work as intended - as the kids still retain a sense of individuality (except for three of the boys, who do whatever Tina says) but have fooled all the adults (Sans one) into thinking that the treatments worked. (Note how they always behave after Beth shouts "Adult!"). They still maintain contact with the other group that escaped though, the "Off-beats"... and in fact, have an agent within them who has fooled the adults into thinking that the peer pressure has made him as susceptible to the "hive mind" as the others. This agent is Billy - whenever he is thrown out of the Populars group, he actually goes ''right'' to the Off-beats' meeting points, gives more sensitive information, and then is back in the populars apparent hive mind. (The entrances are of course the trash cans that they are nearby when he is "Thrown out") Whenever the populars interact with the off-beats, it's antagonistic, but it's actually a secret code - they are giving messages about things they learned from the adults (Who trust the brainwashed populars to an extent) to the off-beats. Of course, there is some legit hard feelings towards each other - the Off-beats don't like that the Populars let themselves get caught or that they keep up the charade (and legit treat the info that comes from them and Billy with skepticism) while the populars think the Off-beats are old-fashioned (And August won't share his tech with them). AS for the off-beats, Tony and Rapunzel are scouts, Betty-Ann gives secret codes to other field agents via her bongos (a la ''VideoGame/GabrielKnight''), and August & September develop tech for the group to use. The episode where the Populars steal Betty-Ann's glasses was all a ruse - Betty-Ann's glasses are hollow and allow for concealment of messages in it. So under the guise of bullying Betty-Ann, hid an important document inside her frames and allowed the Off-beats to "Take them back". Many of the Off-beats, well, off-beat behaviour is part of an act to reduce suspicion from the adults - since the Populars acting like "spies" actually led to the schism happening anyway. Beth still loves Tony, but the pressure of keeping up the "Delightful child" is too much to allow her to depart from the group. September meanwhile is also a spy - in fact, in the valentine's day special, February the cat is another spy and was held up in trying to meet with September (back when he was still a field agent, rather than a local commander like he is here.)

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The Off-Beats and the Populars are their own "numbuhs" as well - but the branch suffered a schism due to half of them (Tina, Beth, and the other three) getting captured and subjected to the treatments that were either a precursor of or a failed attempt to recreate the "Delightful kids". However, this did not work as intended - as the kids still retain a sense of individuality (except for three of the boys, who do whatever Tina says) but have fooled all the adults (Sans one) into thinking that the treatments worked. (Note how they always behave after Beth shouts "Adult!"). They still maintain contact with the other group that escaped though, the "Off-beats"... and in fact, have an agent within them who has fooled the adults into thinking that the peer pressure has made him as susceptible to the "hive mind" as the others. This agent is Billy - whenever he is thrown out of the Populars group, he actually goes ''right'' to the Off-beats' meeting points, gives more sensitive information, and then is back in the populars apparent hive mind. (The entrances are of course the trash cans that they are nearby when he is "Thrown out") Whenever the populars interact with the off-beats, it's antagonistic, but it's actually a secret code - they are giving messages about things they learned from the adults (Who trust the brainwashed populars to an extent) to the off-beats. Of course, there is some legit hard feelings towards each other - the Off-beats don't like that the Populars let themselves get caught or that they keep up the charade (and legit treat the info that comes from them and Billy with skepticism) while the populars think the Off-beats are old-fashioned (And August won't share his tech with them). AS for the off-beats, Tony Tommy and Rapunzel are scouts, Betty-Ann gives secret codes to other field agents via her bongos (a la ''VideoGame/GabrielKnight''), and August & September develop tech for the group to use. The episode where the Populars steal Betty-Ann's glasses was all a ruse - Betty-Ann's glasses are hollow and allow for concealment of messages in it. So under the guise of bullying Betty-Ann, hid an important document inside her frames and allowed the Off-beats to "Take them back". Many of the Off-beats, well, off-beat behaviour is part of an act to reduce suspicion from the adults - since the Populars acting like "spies" actually led to the schism happening anyway. Beth still loves Tony, Tommy, but the pressure of keeping up the "Delightful child" is too much to allow her to depart from the group. September meanwhile is also a spy - in fact, in the valentine's day special, February the cat is another spy and was held up in trying to meet with September (back when he was still a field agent, rather than a local commander like he is here.)
29th Nov '16 3:37:48 PM Nicoaln
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The Off-Beats and the Populars are their own "numbuhs" as well - but the branch suffered a schism due to half of them (Tina, Beth, and the other three) getting captured and subjected to the treatments that were either a precursor of or a failed attempt to recreate the "Delightful kids". However, this did not work as intended - as the kids still retain a sense of individuality (except for three of the boys, who do whatever Tina says) but have fooled all the adults (Sans one) into thinking that the treatments worked. (Note how they always behave after Beth shouts "Adult!"). They still maintain contact with the other group that escaped though, the "Off-beats"... and in fact, have an agent within them who has fooled the adults into thinking that the peer pressure has made him as susceptible to the "hive mind" as the others. This agent is Billy - whenever he is thrown out of the Populars group, he actually goes ''right'' to the Off-beats secret base and gives more sensitive information and then is back in the populars apparent hive mind. Whenever the populars interact with the off-beats, it's antagonistic, but it's actually a secret code - they are giving messages from the adults (Who trust the brainwashed populars to an extent) to the off-beats. Of course, there is some legit hard feelings towards each other - the Off-beats don't like that the Populars let themselves get caught or that they keep up the charade (and legit treat the info that comes from them and Billy with skepticism) while the populars think the Off-beats are old-fashioned (And August won't share his tech with them). AS for the off-beats, Tony and Rapunzel are scouts, Betty-Ann gives secret codes to other field agents via her bongos (a la ''VideoGame/GabrielKnight''), and August & September develop tech for the group to use. The episode where the Populars steal Betty-Ann's glasses was all a ruse - Betty-Ann's glasses are hollow and allow for concealment of messages in it. So under the guise of bullying Betty-Ann, hid an important document inside her frames and allowed the Off-beats to "Take them back". Many of the Off-beats, well, off-beat behaviour is part of an act to reduce suspicion from the adults - since the Populars acting like "spies" actually led to the schism happening anyway. Beth still loves Tony, but the pressure of keeping up the "Delightful child" is too much to allow her to depart from the group. September meanwhile is also a spy - in fact, in the valentine's day special, February the cat is another spy and was held up in trying to meet with August (back when he was still a field agent, rather than a local commander like he is here.(

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The Off-Beats and the Populars are their own "numbuhs" as well - but the branch suffered a schism due to half of them (Tina, Beth, and the other three) getting captured and subjected to the treatments that were either a precursor of or a failed attempt to recreate the "Delightful kids". However, this did not work as intended - as the kids still retain a sense of individuality (except for three of the boys, who do whatever Tina says) but have fooled all the adults (Sans one) into thinking that the treatments worked. (Note how they always behave after Beth shouts "Adult!"). They still maintain contact with the other group that escaped though, the "Off-beats"... and in fact, have an agent within them who has fooled the adults into thinking that the peer pressure has made him as susceptible to the "hive mind" as the others. This agent is Billy - whenever he is thrown out of the Populars group, he actually goes ''right'' to the Off-beats secret base and Off-beats' meeting points, gives more sensitive information information, and then is back in the populars apparent hive mind. (The entrances are of course the trash cans that they are nearby when he is "Thrown out") Whenever the populars interact with the off-beats, it's antagonistic, but it's actually a secret code - they are giving messages about things they learned from the adults (Who trust the brainwashed populars to an extent) to the off-beats. Of course, there is some legit hard feelings towards each other - the Off-beats don't like that the Populars let themselves get caught or that they keep up the charade (and legit treat the info that comes from them and Billy with skepticism) while the populars think the Off-beats are old-fashioned (And August won't share his tech with them). AS for the off-beats, Tony and Rapunzel are scouts, Betty-Ann gives secret codes to other field agents via her bongos (a la ''VideoGame/GabrielKnight''), and August & September develop tech for the group to use. The episode where the Populars steal Betty-Ann's glasses was all a ruse - Betty-Ann's glasses are hollow and allow for concealment of messages in it. So under the guise of bullying Betty-Ann, hid an important document inside her frames and allowed the Off-beats to "Take them back". Many of the Off-beats, well, off-beat behaviour is part of an act to reduce suspicion from the adults - since the Populars acting like "spies" actually led to the schism happening anyway. Beth still loves Tony, but the pressure of keeping up the "Delightful child" is too much to allow her to depart from the group. September meanwhile is also a spy - in fact, in the valentine's day special, February the cat is another spy and was held up in trying to meet with August September (back when he was still a field agent, rather than a local commander like he is here.()
29th Nov '16 3:33:21 PM Nicoaln
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[[WMG: The Galactic Kids Next Door, if released, may only be a mini-series]]

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[[WMG: The Galactic Kids Next Door, if released, may only be a mini-series]]mini-series]]

[[WMG: [[WesternAnimation/KaBlam The Off-Beats and the Populars]] are agents of KND.]]
The Off-Beats and the Populars are their own "numbuhs" as well - but the branch suffered a schism due to half of them (Tina, Beth, and the other three) getting captured and subjected to the treatments that were either a precursor of or a failed attempt to recreate the "Delightful kids". However, this did not work as intended - as the kids still retain a sense of individuality (except for three of the boys, who do whatever Tina says) but have fooled all the adults (Sans one) into thinking that the treatments worked. (Note how they always behave after Beth shouts "Adult!"). They still maintain contact with the other group that escaped though, the "Off-beats"... and in fact, have an agent within them who has fooled the adults into thinking that the peer pressure has made him as susceptible to the "hive mind" as the others. This agent is Billy - whenever he is thrown out of the Populars group, he actually goes ''right'' to the Off-beats secret base and gives more sensitive information and then is back in the populars apparent hive mind. Whenever the populars interact with the off-beats, it's antagonistic, but it's actually a secret code - they are giving messages from the adults (Who trust the brainwashed populars to an extent) to the off-beats. Of course, there is some legit hard feelings towards each other - the Off-beats don't like that the Populars let themselves get caught or that they keep up the charade (and legit treat the info that comes from them and Billy with skepticism) while the populars think the Off-beats are old-fashioned (And August won't share his tech with them). AS for the off-beats, Tony and Rapunzel are scouts, Betty-Ann gives secret codes to other field agents via her bongos (a la ''VideoGame/GabrielKnight''), and August & September develop tech for the group to use. The episode where the Populars steal Betty-Ann's glasses was all a ruse - Betty-Ann's glasses are hollow and allow for concealment of messages in it. So under the guise of bullying Betty-Ann, hid an important document inside her frames and allowed the Off-beats to "Take them back". Many of the Off-beats, well, off-beat behaviour is part of an act to reduce suspicion from the adults - since the Populars acting like "spies" actually led to the schism happening anyway. Beth still loves Tony, but the pressure of keeping up the "Delightful child" is too much to allow her to depart from the group. September meanwhile is also a spy - in fact, in the valentine's day special, February the cat is another spy and was held up in trying to meet with August (back when he was still a field agent, rather than a local commander like he is here.(
4th Nov '16 9:32:53 PM redandready45
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Think about it: They're both focused on kids, set in worlds full of surreal terrors, where adults are completely incompetent when they aren't outright evil and every child is smart enough to count as an adult. In particular, ''VideoGame/SouthParkTheStickOfTruth'' revolves around a massive war where YourMindMakesItReal and {{LARP}}ing a knight or wizard is SeriousBusiness. It's even got the Big Bad Government Guy who eventually wants to steal the Stick of Truth, effectively enslaving children's imaginations.

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Think about it: They're both focused on kids, set in worlds full of surreal terrors, where adults are completely incompetent when they aren't outright evil and every child is smart enough to count as an adult. In particular, ''VideoGame/SouthParkTheStickOfTruth'' revolves around a massive war where YourMindMakesItReal and {{LARP}}ing a knight or wizard is SeriousBusiness. It's even got the Big Bad Government Guy who eventually wants to steal the Stick of Truth, effectively enslaving children's imaginations.imaginations.

[[WMG: The Galactic Kids Next Door, if released, may only be a mini-series]]
1st Nov '16 6:29:53 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Delightfulization is [[HisDarkMaterials Intercision]].]]

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[[WMG: Delightfulization is [[HisDarkMaterials [[Literature/HisDarkMaterials Intercision]].]]
19th Oct '16 8:05:43 AM Woggs123
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She ''DOES'' have a knack for singing it, as shown in F.O.O.D.F.I.T.E..

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She ''DOES'' have a knack for singing it, as shown in F.O.O.D.F.I.T.E..E..

[[WMG: Kids Next Door and ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' share a universe.]]
Think about it: They're both focused on kids, set in worlds full of surreal terrors, where adults are completely incompetent when they aren't outright evil and every child is smart enough to count as an adult. In particular, ''VideoGame/SouthParkTheStickOfTruth'' revolves around a massive war where YourMindMakesItReal and {{LARP}}ing a knight or wizard is SeriousBusiness. It's even got the Big Bad Government Guy who eventually wants to steal the Stick of Truth, effectively enslaving children's imaginations.
21st Sep '16 8:35:45 PM Megachamp
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[[WMG:[[SerialEscalation In addition to being intergalactic, the GKND is an interdimensional organization.]]]]

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[[WMG:[[SerialEscalation In addition to being intergalactic, the GKND is an interdimensional organization.]]]]]]]]

[[WMG: Stuffum is secretly a Metalhead, and a fan of [=GWAR=]]]
She ''DOES'' have a knack for singing it, as shown in F.O.O.D.F.I.T.E..
21st Sep '16 8:21:17 PM Megachamp
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15th Aug '16 1:15:48 PM whalewithwings
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[[WMG:[[BigBad Father's]] real full name is Benedict Wigglestein.]]

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[[WMG:[[BigBad Father's]] real full birth name is Benedict Wigglestein.]]



The scientists in AMISH weren't being kidnapped, but neither were they secretly meeting to watch a ''Series/DoctorWho'' marathon. Number 2 learned of their connection to the "Splinter Cell" after the end of that episode.

The mission in PLANET, which Number 74.239 (part of the [[spoiler:GKND]]) was in charge of, was another test, like the kind they were seen frequently giving to Number 1 (and presumably other operatives) in Season 6. Number 2 knows this, which is why he accidentally lets slip, "I just need a quick word with the test subject... uh... ''astronaut'' before the launch."

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The scientists in AMISH A.M.I.S.H. weren't being kidnapped, but neither were they secretly meeting to watch a ''Series/DoctorWho'' marathon. Number 2 learned of their connection to the "Splinter Cell" after the end of that episode.

The mission in PLANET, P.L.A.N.E.T., which Number 74.239 (part of the [[spoiler:GKND]]) was in charge of, was another test, like the kind they were seen frequently giving to Number 1 (and presumably other operatives) in Season 6. Number 2 knows this, which is why he accidentally lets slip, "I just need a quick word with the test subject... uh... ''astronaut'' before the launch."



[[WMG: The KND take place in the same universe as WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy.]]
Double-D (who was been shown to build technology as sophisticated as aircraft and weather satelites out of cardboard and whatever other junk he finds lying around the alley) is either related to Numbah 2, or is a former member whose mind was never erased when he turned thirteen.

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[[WMG: The KND take place in the same universe dimension as WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy.''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy''.]]
Double-D (who was been shown to build technology as sophisticated as aircraft and weather satelites out of cardboard and whatever other junk he finds lying around the alley) is either related to Numbah Numbuh 2, or is a former member whose mind was never erased when he turned thirteen.



** So their names are possibly Catherine, Frances, David, Tia, Lenny etc?

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** So their names are possibly Catherine, Frances, Francis, David, Tia, Lenny etc?



** The Rainbow Monkey website revealed that Ogie's real name is Constance.

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** The Rainbow Monkey website revealed that Ogie's "Ogie's" real name is Constance.



About eleventity buhmillion years ago, Earth was a world without adults, where kids were free to be kids forever. That changed when a MeteorOfDoom [[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.

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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 [[WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack made of pure, highly concentrated adulthood struck the planet]] spreading the disease.disease across its surface. 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: Stickybeard is some kind of extradimensional entity.]]

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[[WMG: Stickybeard is some kind of shapeshifting extradimensional entity.]]



But then some kid [[IJustShotMarvinInTheFace shot Marvin in the face]] and Marvin's parents got mad and sued the KND for elevendy billion dollars. This forced the KND to make a few cutbacks, ultimately resulting in 2x4 technology.

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But then some kid [[IJustShotMarvinInTheFace shot Marvin in the face]] and Marvin's parents got mad and sued the KND for elevendy eleventy billion dollars. This forced the KND to make a few cutbacks, ultimately resulting in 2x4 technology.



remember being the leader means having a "willingness to share you candy with every one" and they also seem the ration things like ice cream

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remember Remember being the leader means having a "willingness to share you candy with every one" and that they also seem the to ration things like ice cream
cream?



[[WMG: The DCFDTL gave Numbuh 1 cancer.]]
Numbuh 5 mentions that the last time the Delighful Children took a kid, they did something she can't forgive, which Nigel say was making him bald. The DCFDTL have shown a strong desire to kill Numbuh 1, even against Father's orders. It's possible they gave him cancer to dispose of him without it being traced to them. After Numbuh 5 rescued him, he got treatment which left him bald.

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[[WMG: The DCFDTL gave Numbuh 1 cancer.cancer, which got cured soon after.]]
Numbuh 5 mentions that the last time the Delighful Children took a kid, they did something she can't forgive, which Nigel say was making him bald. The DCFDTL have shown a strong desire to kill Numbuh 1, even against Father's orders. It's possible they gave him cancer to infinitely dispose of him without it being traced to them. After Numbuh 5 rescued him, he got treatment which left him bald.



One day, before the first age of the KND, a group of kids was looking to have fun. So they imagined that they had bad guys to play with, plus incredibly sophisticated equipment and facilities. And through the power of imagination, these things became a reality. Unfortunately, the kids eventually lost control of their game, and now the villains want to hurt them rather than play.

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One day, before the first age of the KND, a group of kids was looking to have fun. So they imagined that they had bad guys to play with, plus incredibly sophisticated equipment and facilities. And through the tremendous power of imagination, these things became a reality. Unfortunately, the kids eventually lost control of their game, and now the villains want to hurt them rather than play.



[[WMG: [[GrandUnifyingGuesses The GKND has a ranking system for various species found in the Universe]].]]

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[[WMG: [[GrandUnifyingGuesses The GKND has a ranking system for various species found in the Universe]].universe]].]]



Hostile: 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.).

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]], [[VideoGame/{{Halo}} the Unggoy (Grunts)]], [[Franchise/StarTrek the Devidians]], [[Franchise/TheSmurfs the Smurfs]], etc.).

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]], [[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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Hostile: 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.).

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.).

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.).



[[WMG: Numbah Four grew up to be [[Series/{{House}} Robert Chase]].]]

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[[WMG: Numbah Numbuh Four grew up to be [[Series/{{House}} Robert Chase]].]]



[[WMG: Numbuh One was molested.]]

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[[WMG: Numbuh One was accidentally molested.]]



[[WMG:[[SerialEscalation In addition to being intergalactic, the Kids Next Door organization is also interdimensional.]]]]

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[[WMG:[[SerialEscalation In addition to being intergalactic, the Kids Next Door organization GKND is also interdimensional.an interdimensional organization.]]]]
15th Aug '16 12:58:01 PM whalewithwings
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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.

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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 This troper's 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.



So what's the substance? Who are the aliens?

First, take note that kids hate vegetables. And liver. And pretty much anything else that tastes funny. The viral agent has to be ingested to take effect. What is least like sugary foods yet tastes like them with the right additives that kids eat on a regular basis? What substance of that description is also recommended by doctors and dentists, and which parents make their kids consume, sweet additives or not?

Any run through the KND's acronym thingy (forgot the name) would probably bring up the following result...

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So what's the substance? Who ''Who'' are the aliens?

First, take note that kids hate vegetables. And liver. And vegetables, liver, and pretty much anything else that tastes funny. The viral agent has to be ingested to take effect. What is least like sugary foods yet tastes like them with the right additives that kids eat on a regular basis? What substance of that description is also recommended by doctors and dentists, and which parents make their kids consume, sweet additives or not?

not? ''What could it be?''

Any run through the KND's acronym thingy (forgot the name) L.U.N.C.H.B.O.K.S. would probably bring up the following result...



Now it starts to fall into place. Chocolate milk. Milk chocolate. Bowls of sugary cereal. Ice cream. Even grilled cheese or buttered popcorn.

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Now it starts the pieces start to fall right into place. Chocolate milk. Milk chocolate. Bowls of sugary cereal. Ice cream. Even grilled cheese or buttered popcorn.



[[WMG:The whole "war against adult tyranny" thing is just an elaborate game of make-believe.]]

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[[WMG:The whole "war against adult tyranny" thing is just an elaborate a massive game of make-believe.make-believe millions of people are in.]]



* I also have a feeling most of the adult enemies are just ''actors'' that the adults hire to give kids a thing to do. After all...if, and this is a BIG if, where does KND get all its funding? The kids are all below the age of 13, they can't get jobs. Its the ''parents'' who are making the game 'real'. And all the parents and teachers are in on it since the 'game' keeps the kids away from what is the real threat-drugs, alcohol, and cigarettes.

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* I also have a feeling most of the adult enemies are just ''actors'' that the adults hire to give kids a thing to do. After all...if, IF, and this is a BIG if, where does KND get all its funding? The kids are all below the age of 13, they can't get jobs. Its It's the ''parents'' who are making the game 'real'. And all the parents and teachers are in on it since the 'game' keeps the kids away from what is the real threat-drugs, alcohol, and cigarettes.



* That and AlternateCharacterInterpretation just made Father go from AffablyEvil to the coolest dad ever for playing with a bunch of the neighborhood kids. Although the fictional status of the story has always been ambiguous, Operation: ARCHIVE makes things lean on the "it's real" end.

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* That and AlternateCharacterInterpretation just made Father go from AffablyEvil to the coolest dad ever for playing hanging out and having fun with a bunch of the neighborhood kids. Although the fictional status of the story has always been ambiguous, Operation: ARCHIVE makes things lean on the "it's real" end.



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

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[[WMG: Each villain is a manifestation physical incarnation of things many kids don't like.]]



* Father represents what kids hate most about adults: their authoritarian nature, and disiplinary actions. The Delightful Children represent kids' fear of becoming more or less completely rule-abiding. Father really just wants the best for his kids, in the long run.

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* Father represents what kids hate most about adults: their authoritarian nature, and disiplinary actions. The Delightful Children represent kids' fear of becoming more or less completely rule-abiding. Father really just only wants the best for his kids, in the long run.



* Heinrich Von Marzipan is the Jerkass kid that steals people's candy for himself. Still, [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold he's decent enough to play along with the KND game.]]
** ...you mean 'she', Maybe in this elaborate make-believe game it's a girl pretending to be Heinrich.

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* Heinrich Von Marzipan is the Jerkass kid that steals people's candy for himself. Still, [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold he's decent kind enough to play along with the KND game.]]
** ...you mean 'she', Maybe in this colossal, elaborate make-believe game it's a girl pretending to be Heinrich.



* Chester is the dodgy fast food resteraunteer, which has been arrested by the health department after a bunch of people got sick.
* Knightbrace is very obviously representing the kids' fear of dentists. In reality, he's an ordinary dentist.

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* Chester is the dodgy fast food resteraunteer, which has who had been arrested by the health department after a bunch of people got sick.
* Knightbrace is very obviously representing represents the kids' fear of dentists. In reality, he's an ordinary a perfectly normal dentist.



* Count Spankulot is likely a manifestation of corporal punishment that kids fear.

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* Count Spankulot is likely a manifestation of the one corporal punishment that kids fear.



[[WMG: Numbah One is the ancestor of Captain Picard]]

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[[WMG: Numbah Numbuh One is the ancestor of Captain Picard]]



Their guns transform kids' clothing into very polite, proper outfits, not quite the uniforms that the Delightful Children From Down The Lane wear but a lot closer to the Delightful ideal than to the street clothes usually sported by the kids of Sector V. But their weapons clearly can't Delightfulize children entirely: the kids of Sector V simply shake it off once the Proper Patrol leaves, changing into their normal outfits. There might be at least two reasons for this: the Proper Patrol is underfunded and can only afford a lesser version of a Delightfulization weapon, or the in-universe evil technology level as of Season 1 just might not be up to personal-scale portable Delightfulization. In fact, one might wonder if [[BigBad Father]] or some other major villain is [[TheManBehindTheMan actually funding and equipping them]] for the purpose of [[UnwittingTestSubject getting them to test out portable Delightfulization weapons]]...

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Their guns transform kids' clothing into very polite, proper outfits, not quite the uniforms that the Delightful Children From Down The Lane wear but a lot closer to the Delightful ideal than to the street clothes usually sported by the kids of Sector V. But their weapons clearly can't Delightfulize children entirely: the kids of Sector V simply shake it off once the Proper Patrol leaves, changing into their normal outfits. There might be at least two reasons for this: the Proper Patrol is underfunded and can only afford a lesser version of a Delightfulization weapon, or the in-universe evil technology level as of Season 1 just might not be up to personal-scale portable Delightfulization. In fact, one might wonder if [[BigBad Father]] or some other major villain is [[TheManBehindTheMan actually funding and equipping them]] for the purpose of [[UnwittingTestSubject getting them to test out portable Delightfulization weapons]]...weapons]]...

[[WMG:[[SerialEscalation In addition to being intergalactic, the Kids Next Door organization is also interdimensional.]]]]
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