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4th Mar '17 12:02:18 PM Repeats
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** Actually, the screen was there in the premiere of the episode.
2nd Nov '16 4:11:36 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Rufus is Ron's [[HisDarkMaterials daemon]].]]

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[[WMG: Rufus is Ron's [[HisDarkMaterials [[Literature/HisDarkMaterials daemon]].]]
20th Oct '16 8:54:12 AM SteveMB
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* If he really wanted to take over, he could just do it through the usual channels of [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney buying influence]]. It's possible that he has people behind the scenes doing just that to smooth things over with the authorities.
16th Oct '16 1:23:28 PM nombretomado
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The same voice actor played Buzz Lightyear in BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand. Barkin in a later season 4 episode says that he saved the world in the past. So, maybe he was a Space Ranger when he was younger and left for whatever reason. One of the reasons he was attracted to Shego was because she sounds like Mira, and he was reminded of his days as a Space Ranger. He is hard on Kim and Ron because he doesn't want them to fail like maybe he did (re: saving the world), but he can only do so much now that he's a teacher/Smarty Mart employee.

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The same voice actor played Buzz Lightyear in BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand.WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand. Barkin in a later season 4 episode says that he saved the world in the past. So, maybe he was a Space Ranger when he was younger and left for whatever reason. One of the reasons he was attracted to Shego was because she sounds like Mira, and he was reminded of his days as a Space Ranger. He is hard on Kim and Ron because he doesn't want them to fail like maybe he did (re: saving the world), but he can only do so much now that he's a teacher/Smarty Mart employee.



Also, when Barkin is around women who are attracted to him, he's so awkward about it (see "Downhill" and maybe "Stop Team Go") is because Buzz is so awkward around women he's attracted to (see the last two Toy Story films and possibly some episodes of BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand). Or maybe Jessie is somewhere offscreen.

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Also, when Barkin is around women who are attracted to him, he's so awkward about it (see "Downhill" and maybe "Stop Team Go") is because Buzz is so awkward around women he's attracted to (see the last two Toy Story films and possibly some episodes of BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand).WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand). Or maybe Jessie is somewhere offscreen.
4th Aug '16 2:46:19 AM Sharlee
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Losing a portion of skin from the tail is a common injury for pet rats that get them caught or grabbed, resulting in "degloving" and the need for amputation. Rats can likewise lose the rims of their ears in fights with other rats, or from burn injuries. When his pet was very young, Ron discovered Rufus getting mauled by other rats or imperiled by flames in a lab accident, and grabbed the little guy by the tail to try to rescue him, causing partial skin loss.

Ron only claims Rufus is a naked mole rat because he doesn't want to admit that his pet got injured on his watch and due, in part, to his own carelessness. This theory explains why Rufus doesn't have to live in a colony of other naked mole rats, and why he is so smart and comfortable around people: fancy rats are ''much'' more intelligent and human-friendly than mole rats, and consider their owners to be their "colony".

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Losing a portion of skin from the tail is a common injury for pet rats that get them caught or grabbed, resulting in "degloving" and the need for amputation. Rats can likewise lose the rims of their ears in fights with other rats, or from burn injuries. When his pet was very young, On an earlier visit to Smarty Mart, Ron discovered Rufus getting mauled by other rats or imperiled by flames in a lab accident, rats, and grabbed the little guy by the tail to try to rescue him, causing partial skin loss.

loss. The store clerk demanded Ron pay for Rufus's veterinary treatment, and Ron - not yet prepared to care for a wounded rat - arranged for the store to take care of Rufus during his recovery, after which he'd buy the little guy ''and'' cover the vet's bill.

Ron only claims Rufus is a naked mole rat because he doesn't want to admit that his new pet got injured on his watch and due, in part, to his own carelessness. The pet store's clerks played along, temporarily re-labeling Rufus as an exotic "naked mole rat", so the extra cost of the vet bill would seem like the higher price of an unusual animal instead.

This theory explains why Rufus doesn't have to live in a colony of other naked mole rats, and why he is so smart and comfortable around people: fancy rats are ''much'' more intelligent and human-friendly than mole rats, and consider their owners to be their "colony".
4th Aug '16 2:38:31 AM Sharlee
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[[WMG: Rufus was a hairless fancy rat that lost some of his tail in an accident.]]
Losing a portion of skin from the tail is a common injury for pet rats that get their tails caught or grabbed, resulting in "degloving" and the need for amputation. Ron only claims Rufus is a naked mole rat because he doesn't want to admit his pet got injured due to his own carelessness. This explains why Rufus is so smart and comfortable around people, as fancy rats are ''much'' more intelligent and human-friendly than mole rats.

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[[WMG: Rufus was a hairless fancy rat that who'd lost some of his tail and part of his ears in an accident.]]
Losing a portion of skin from the tail is a common injury for pet rats that get their tails them caught or grabbed, resulting in "degloving" and the need for amputation. Rats can likewise lose the rims of their ears in fights with other rats, or from burn injuries. When his pet was very young, Ron discovered Rufus getting mauled by other rats or imperiled by flames in a lab accident, and grabbed the little guy by the tail to try to rescue him, causing partial skin loss.

Ron only claims Rufus is a naked mole rat because he doesn't want to admit that his pet got injured due on his watch and due, in part, to his own carelessness. This theory explains why Rufus doesn't have to live in a colony of other naked mole rats, and why he is so smart and comfortable around people, as people: fancy rats are ''much'' more intelligent and human-friendly than mole rats.
rats, and consider their owners to be their "colony".
4th Aug '16 2:31:32 AM Sharlee
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[[WMG: Rufus was a hairless fancy rat that lost his tail in an accident.]]

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[[WMG: Rufus was a hairless fancy rat that lost some of his tail in an accident.]]
4th Aug '16 2:28:40 AM Sharlee
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[[WMG: Rufus was a hairless fancy rat that lost his tail in an accident.]]
Losing a portion of skin from the tail is a common injury for pet rats that get their tails caught or grabbed, resulting in "degloving" and the need for amputation. Ron only claims Rufus is a naked mole rat because he doesn't want to admit his pet got injured due to his own carelessness. This explains why Rufus is so smart and comfortable around people, as fancy rats are ''much'' more intelligent and human-friendly than mole rats.
31st Jul '16 12:09:36 PM nombretomado
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* Just like the theory above, Marvel Comics will give her her own monthly series, continuing after "Graduation", and become DarkerAndEdgier. Most flashbacks to previous episodes might even lead to CerebusSyndrome and/or be [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]]-style satirical (similar to DCComics' ''Silver Age'' mini-series). She might also eventually lead to cross-dimensional crossovers with the Marvel Multiverse (or even have a cameo in Marvel Comics).

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* Just like the theory above, Marvel Comics will give her her own monthly series, continuing after "Graduation", and become DarkerAndEdgier. Most flashbacks to previous episodes might even lead to CerebusSyndrome and/or be [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]]-style satirical (similar to DCComics' Creator/DCComics' ''Silver Age'' mini-series). She might also eventually lead to cross-dimensional crossovers with the Marvel Multiverse (or even have a cameo in Marvel Comics).
30th Jul '16 3:32:08 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG:Eric was modeled after [[{{Daria}} Tom Sloane]].]]

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[[WMG:Eric was modeled after [[{{Daria}} [[WesternAnimation/{{Daria}} Tom Sloane]].]]
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