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28th May '16 2:08:34 PM LadyEvil
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[[WMG: All the Neutrinos we've seen so far are related.]]
Kala and Zak are fraternal twins. After their parents were killed in a bombing raid (a good reason to hate war so much) they went to live with Aunt Gizzla, Uncle Zenter and their cousin, Dask. Tribble was a change-of-life baby. (Neutrinos don't show their age quite as quickly as humans.)
1st Oct '15 8:32:18 PM TitoMosquito
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The former leader of the Foot Clan left Yoshi all his worldly possessions in his will. The new leader didn't agree with the old leader's decision to adopt Yoshi, but he respected him enough to obey his final wishes before he decided to "throw the bum out". The old master was not a wealthy man. By the time Yoshi got to New York, all he had left was a couple of katana, a pair of sai, a pair of nunchaku, a wooden bo and a folio of Italian Renaissance art.

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The former leader of the Foot Clan left Yoshi all his worldly possessions in his will. The new leader didn't agree with the old leader's decision to adopt Yoshi, but he respected him enough to obey his final wishes before he decided to "throw the bum out". The old master was not a wealthy man. By the time Yoshi got to New York, all he had left was a couple of katana, a pair of sai, a pair of nunchaku, a wooden bo and a folio of Italian Renaissance art.art.
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3rd Jun '15 2:36:35 PM LadyEvil
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He was a small child when it happened. The leader of the Foot Clan of the time found a half-starved boy with radiation burns in the wilderness, nursed him back to health and took him in when it was clear his parents were killed in the bombing. Having no familial ties to the Clan and being from Hiroshima caused Yoshi to be a target of prejudice. Unfortunately, the man who adopted Yoshi died just as he was entering manhood and a less understanding master took over. This made it easy for Saki to turn everyone against Yoshi.

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He was a small child when it happened. The leader of the Foot Clan of the time found a half-starved boy with radiation burns in the wilderness, nursed him back to health and took him in when it was clear his parents were killed in the bombing. Having no familial ties to the Clan and being from Hiroshima caused Yoshi to be a target of prejudice. Unfortunately, the man who adopted Yoshi died just as he was entering manhood and a less understanding master took over. This made it easy for Saki to turn everyone against Yoshi.Yoshi.

[[WMG: The above WMG explains where the ninja weapons came from.]]
The former leader of the Foot Clan left Yoshi all his worldly possessions in his will. The new leader didn't agree with the old leader's decision to adopt Yoshi, but he respected him enough to obey his final wishes before he decided to "throw the bum out". The old master was not a wealthy man. By the time Yoshi got to New York, all he had left was a couple of katana, a pair of sai, a pair of nunchaku, a wooden bo and a folio of Italian Renaissance art.
7th May '15 9:16:55 AM LadyEvil
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** Perhaps it wears off, but only after a long time.

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** Perhaps it wears off, but only after a long time.time.

[[WMG: Hamato Yoshi was a survivor of Hiroshima.]]
He was a small child when it happened. The leader of the Foot Clan of the time found a half-starved boy with radiation burns in the wilderness, nursed him back to health and took him in when it was clear his parents were killed in the bombing. Having no familial ties to the Clan and being from Hiroshima caused Yoshi to be a target of prejudice. Unfortunately, the man who adopted Yoshi died just as he was entering manhood and a less understanding master took over. This made it easy for Saki to turn everyone against Yoshi.
25th Apr '15 3:56:27 PM DarthBinks
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*This troper always thought [[DoctorWhoS30E12TheStolenEarth Dalek]] [[DoctorWhoS30E13JourneysEnd Caan]] reminded him of Krang. Alternatively, Krang could be a [[NewSeriesAdventuresEnginesOfWar Skaro Degradation]], which is essentially an umbrella term for various alternate evolutionary forms of Daleks from alternate timelines.
27th Oct '14 9:24:34 AM Steven1991
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MWS animated/co-produced eleven episodes of ''WesternAnimation/AlvinAndTheChipmunks'' for the 1988-89 season - the same year Irma was introduced on TMNT. Someone at MWS who worked on both shows must have ''really'' liked Jeanette enough to basically ripoff her design to incorporate into a regular character on TMNT. It's a double-edged sword; on one hand, the very obvious similarities between the two characters' designs (pulled-back brown hair, yellow hair accessories [[note]]Jeanette's hair ribbon has usually always been purple, however, in the MWS-animated episodes, her hair ribbon was yellow[[/note]], the large pink glasses, the oversized blue turtlenecks, the purple skirts, both being really clumsy characters) just screams, "We wanted our own Jeanette," yet on the other hand, the noticable differences (Irma having square frames as opposed to Jeanette's round frames, and Irma being boy-crazy as opposed to Jeanette being shy and withdrawn) speaks volumes as, "This character is not quite the same."

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MWS animated/co-produced eleven episodes of ''WesternAnimation/AlvinAndTheChipmunks'' for the 1988-89 season - the same year Irma was introduced on TMNT. Someone at MWS who worked on both shows must have ''really'' liked Jeanette enough to basically ripoff her design to incorporate into a regular character on TMNT. It's a double-edged sword; on one hand, the very obvious similarities between the two characters' designs (pulled-back brown hair, yellow hair accessories [[note]]Jeanette's hair ribbon has usually always been purple, however, in the MWS-animated episodes, her hair ribbon was yellow[[/note]], the large pink glasses, the oversized blue turtlenecks, the purple skirts, both being really clumsy characters) just screams, "We wanted our own Jeanette," yet on the other hand, the noticable differences (Irma having square frames as opposed to Jeanette's round frames, and Irma being boy-crazy as opposed to Jeanette being shy and withdrawn) speaks volumes as, "This character is not quite the same.""

[[WMG: The Turtles are actually responsible for the sky turning red for the last three seasons.]]
Well, it's never stated or something, but it could be possible. At the end of "Shredder Triumphant" when the Turtles (again) open the Trans-Dimensional portal to Dimension X and sent the Technodrome through it, a massive amount of energy (which cannot be seen by normal eyes) escaped from Dimension X and came into our world. It's not dangerous and toxic though, but it does scramble up the sky, giving it's permantly red colour. Don't forget whenever we see Dimension X it is mostly drawn with a pink-red background.
*You might wonder how the sky eventually got blue again.
** Perhaps it wears off, but only after a long time.
11th Oct '14 10:04:01 PM dude01
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He is obsessed with the law and tried to arrest instead of just beat him up. He could be a cop moonlighting as a vigilante or he could have become a vigilante after being dismissed from the force.

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He is obsessed with the law and tried to arrest Krang instead of just beat him up. He could be a cop moonlighting as a vigilante or he could have become a vigilante after being dismissed from the force.
11th Oct '14 10:03:08 PM dude01
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He is obsessed with the law and tried to arrest Krang. He could be a cop moonlighting as a vigilante or he could have become a vigilante after being dismissed from the force.

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He is obsessed with the law and tried to arrest Krang.arrest instead of just beat him up. He could be a cop moonlighting as a vigilante or he could have become a vigilante after being dismissed from the force.
4th Oct '14 4:39:20 PM justanotherrandomlurker
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MWS animated/co-produced eleven episodes of ''WesternAnimation/AlvinAndTheChipmunks'' for the 1988-89 season - the same year Irma was introduced on TMNT. Someone at MWS who worked on both shows must have ''really'' liked Jeanette enough to basically ripoff her design to incorporate into a regular character on TMNT. It's a double-edged sword; on one hand, the very obvious similarities between the two characters' designs (pulled-back brown hair, yellow hair accessories [[note]]Jeanette's hair ribbon has usually always been purple, however, in the MWS-animated episodes, her hair ribbon was yellow[[/note]], the large pink glasses, the oversized blue turtlenecks, the purple skirts, both being really clumsy characters) just screams, "We wanted our own Jeanette," yet the noticable differences (Irma having square frames as opposed to Jeanette's round frames, and Irma being boy-crazy as opposed to Jeanette being shy and withdrawn) speaks volumes as, "This character is not quite the same."

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MWS animated/co-produced eleven episodes of ''WesternAnimation/AlvinAndTheChipmunks'' for the 1988-89 season - the same year Irma was introduced on TMNT. Someone at MWS who worked on both shows must have ''really'' liked Jeanette enough to basically ripoff her design to incorporate into a regular character on TMNT. It's a double-edged sword; on one hand, the very obvious similarities between the two characters' designs (pulled-back brown hair, yellow hair accessories [[note]]Jeanette's hair ribbon has usually always been purple, however, in the MWS-animated episodes, her hair ribbon was yellow[[/note]], the large pink glasses, the oversized blue turtlenecks, the purple skirts, both being really clumsy characters) just screams, "We wanted our own Jeanette," yet on the other hand, the noticable differences (Irma having square frames as opposed to Jeanette's round frames, and Irma being boy-crazy as opposed to Jeanette being shy and withdrawn) speaks volumes as, "This character is not quite the same."
4th Oct '14 4:38:04 PM justanotherrandomlurker
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He is obsessed with the law and tried to arrest Krang. He could be a cop moonlighting as a vigilante or he could have become a vigilante after being dismissed from the force.

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He is obsessed with the law and tried to arrest Krang. He could be a cop moonlighting as a vigilante or he could have become a vigilante after being dismissed from the force.force.

[[WMG: Someone working at Murikami-Wolf-Swenson must have ''really'' liked Jeanette from ''WesternAnimation/AlvinAndTheChipmunks'']]
MWS animated/co-produced eleven episodes of ''WesternAnimation/AlvinAndTheChipmunks'' for the 1988-89 season - the same year Irma was introduced on TMNT. Someone at MWS who worked on both shows must have ''really'' liked Jeanette enough to basically ripoff her design to incorporate into a regular character on TMNT. It's a double-edged sword; on one hand, the very obvious similarities between the two characters' designs (pulled-back brown hair, yellow hair accessories [[note]]Jeanette's hair ribbon has usually always been purple, however, in the MWS-animated episodes, her hair ribbon was yellow[[/note]], the large pink glasses, the oversized blue turtlenecks, the purple skirts, both being really clumsy characters) just screams, "We wanted our own Jeanette," yet the noticable differences (Irma having square frames as opposed to Jeanette's round frames, and Irma being boy-crazy as opposed to Jeanette being shy and withdrawn) speaks volumes as, "This character is not quite the same."
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