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3rd Oct '15 3:00:35 PM Berrenta
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Misuse, and needless curly braces. Also, relevant pothole added.
* {{Aborted Arc}}: The Afro multi-parter has gone without any updates since August (although whether this is intentional is unknown). * {{Absurdity Ascendant}} * {{All There in the Script}}: Not in the script, as such, but occasionally certain characters are only named in the credits. * {{Arranged Marriage}}: Dusty tries to arrange one for Charlene... only to suddenly realize that she's underage. * {{Art Evolution}}: Has occurred over the course of the videos, most notably with Dusty, Charlene, and 100% Grape (who, oddly, devolves; while his appearance in Episode 0 is now his standard one, in Episode 2 he's pretty badly drawn and in Episode 3, he's just a floating head). * {{Call Back}}: Episode 13, ''Deja Poo'', is basically a remade Episode 1... but soon goes off the rails when [[spoiler: Ninjas attack.]] * {{Cerebus Syndrome}}: Episode XVI, ''Succession of the Bum Witches Part I'', is far more plot-orientated than the other episodes. * {{Christmas Special}}: A Very Dusty Christmas * {{Chuck Cunningham Syndrome}}: Fred, who played an important role in the 1st episode, hasn't appeared since (bar a brief appearance in Episode 7). * {{Clip Show}}: Episodes XI is some weird combination of this and {{Previously On}}, having no plot whatsoever. * {{Cliffhanger Copout}}: Happens quite a bit, with some episodes ending with a cliffhanger only for everything to return to normal next episode. * {{Continuity Cavalcade}}: Practically every character in the series appears in the opening titles for ''A Very Dusty Christmas''. * {{Cool and Unusual Punishment}}: The ant-possessed Food Inspector, conquerer of the world, is eventually defeated when Daddy Long-Legs chokes him with cash. Also, Fred seems to have a machine dedicated entirely to punishing daughters. * {{Credits Jukebox}}: Generally, the credits theme is ''Theme from a Summer Place'', but on occasion it has also been ''Yankee Doodle'', ''Do You Know the Muffin Man'', ''Yakety Sax'', and ''Hark the Herald Angels Sing''. * {{Deus ex Machina}}: By the end of Episode 2, Cinderella, 100% Grape, and the boy named Sam are all dead... only to be resurrected by the Magic Lady in the final scene at the insistence of Cinderella's ghost. * {{Early Installment Weirdness}}: Not only is the art weirder in the first four episodes, but Dusty is a lot more irresponsible and Charlene acts a lot younger. * {{Foreign Queasine}}: Mario's ant-filled pizzas and the deadly Fairy Bread. * {{Fun With Acronyms}}: The Afro Lady's Operation FUSHI (Fudge Under Sicilian Homework Invasion). Also, Fred's PYDM (Punish-Your-Daughter-Machine). * {{G Rated Sex}}: Episode 12 reveals that 100% was born after an incident inside a jumping castle. * {{I Know You Know I Know}}: Employed in Barbie and Ken's confrontation in ''Barbie's War''. * {{Love Makes You Evil}}: Half-used; after Scand E. Louse's proposal of marriage to Fleatis is turned down, and although Scand himself isn't driven to evil, his father, Daddy Long-Legs, kidnaps Fleatis and forces her to marry the Louse. * {{Missing Mom}}: Charlene appears to lack a mother entirely. * {{No Celebrities Were Harmed}}: 'Justinian Beaver' * {{Oddball in the Series}}: While not exactly ''odd'', none of the characters from Episodes V & X have ever appeared again. * {{Origins Episode}}: Episode 12 reveals 100%'s past. * {{Pre Titles Sequence}}: Occurs in ''Triumph of the Afro-Lady Part II'' and ''A Very Dusty Christmas''. * {{Previously On}}: Appears at the beginning of ''Triumph of the Afro Lady Part II'', and also makes up the entirety of the oddball Episode XI. * {{Standalone Episode}}: While a new viewer can generally start on any given episode without confusion, Episode 5 is entirely disconnected, featuring an entirely new cast (which is never seen again). * {{Superpowered Evil Side}}: '''ARLENE, QUEEN OF FECES!!!''' * {{What Happened to the Mouse}}: After Cinderella's death in Episode 3, 100% appears and sets out on a quest to retrieve his owner's ashes... only to totally disappear from the story. * {{Why Do You Keep Changing Jobs}}: The Ugly Old Hag has been seen running pet stores, trap stores, video rental stores, and stalls selling genuine Italian cuisine.
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* {{Aborted Arc}}: AbortedArc: The Afro multi-parter has gone without any updates since August (although whether this is intentional is unknown). * {{Absurdity Ascendant}} AbsurdityAscendant * {{All There in the Script}}: AllThereInTheScript: Not in the script, as such, but occasionally certain characters are only named in the credits. * {{Arranged Marriage}}: ArrangedMarriage: Dusty tries to arrange one for Charlene... only to suddenly realize that she's underage. * {{Art Evolution}}: ArtEvolution: Has occurred over the course of the videos, most notably with Dusty, Charlene, and 100% Grape (who, oddly, devolves; while his appearance in Episode 0 is now his standard one, in Episode 2 he's pretty badly drawn and in Episode 3, he's just a floating head). * {{Call Back}}: CallBack: Episode 13, ''Deja Poo'', is basically a remade Episode 1... but soon goes off the rails when [[spoiler: [[GratuitousNinja Ninjas attack.attack]].]] * {{Cerebus Syndrome}}: CerebusSyndrome: Episode XVI, ''Succession of the Bum Witches Part I'', is far more plot-orientated than the other episodes. * {{Christmas Special}}: ChristmasSpecial: A Very Dusty Christmas * {{Chuck Cunningham Syndrome}}: ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Fred, who played an important role in the 1st episode, hasn't appeared since (bar a brief appearance in Episode 7). * {{Clip Show}}: ClipShow: Episodes XI is some weird combination of this and {{Previously On}}, PreviouslyOn, having no plot whatsoever. * {{Cliffhanger Copout}}: CliffhangerCopout: Happens quite a bit, with some episodes ending with a cliffhanger only for everything to return to normal next episode. * {{Continuity Cavalcade}}: ContinuityCavalcade: Practically every character in the series appears in the opening titles for ''A Very Dusty Christmas''. * {{Cool and Unusual Punishment}}: CoolAndUnusualPunishment: The ant-possessed Food Inspector, conquerer of the world, is eventually defeated when Daddy Long-Legs chokes him with cash. Also, Fred seems to have a machine dedicated entirely to punishing daughters. * {{Credits Jukebox}}: CreditsJukebox: Generally, the credits theme is ''Theme from a Summer Place'', but on occasion it has also been ''Yankee Doodle'', ''Do You Know the Muffin Man'', ''Yakety Sax'', and ''Hark the Herald Angels Sing''. * {{Deus ex Machina}}: DeusExMachina: By the end of Episode 2, Cinderella, 100% Grape, and the boy named Sam are all dead... only to be resurrected by the Magic Lady in the final scene at the insistence of Cinderella's ghost. * {{Early Installment Weirdness}}: EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Not only is the art weirder in the first four episodes, but Dusty is a lot more irresponsible and Charlene acts a lot younger. * {{Foreign Queasine}}: ForeignQueasine: Mario's ant-filled pizzas and the deadly Fairy Bread. * {{Fun With Acronyms}}: FunWithAcronyms: The Afro Lady's Operation FUSHI (Fudge Under Sicilian Homework Invasion). Also, Fred's PYDM (Punish-Your-Daughter-Machine). * {{G Rated Sex}}: GRatedSex: Episode 12 reveals that 100% was born after an incident inside a jumping castle. * {{I Know You Know I Know}}: IKnowYouKnowIKnow: Employed in Barbie and Ken's confrontation in ''Barbie's War''. * {{Love Makes You Evil}}: LovMakesYouEvil: Half-used; after Scand E. Louse's proposal of marriage to Fleatis is turned down, and although Scand himself isn't driven to evil, his father, Daddy Long-Legs, kidnaps Fleatis and forces her to marry the Louse. * {{Missing Mom}}: MissingMom: Charlene appears to lack a mother entirely. * {{No Celebrities Were Harmed}}: NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: 'Justinian Beaver' * {{Oddball in the Series}}: OddballInTheSeries: While not exactly ''odd'', none of the characters from Episodes V & X have ever appeared again. * {{Origins Episode}}: OriginsEpisode: Episode 12 reveals 100%'s past. * {{Pre Titles Sequence}}: PreTitlesSequence: Occurs in ''Triumph of the Afro-Lady Part II'' and ''A Very Dusty Christmas''. * {{Previously On}}: PreviouslyOn: Appears at the beginning of ''Triumph of the Afro Lady Part II'', and also makes up the entirety of the oddball Episode XI. * {{Standalone Episode}}: StandaloneEpisode: While a new viewer can generally start on any given episode without confusion, Episode 5 is entirely disconnected, featuring an entirely new cast (which is never seen again). * {{Superpowered Evil Side}}: SuperpoweredEvilSide: '''ARLENE, QUEEN OF FECES!!!''' * {{What Happened to the Mouse}}: WhatHappenedToTheMouse: After Cinderella's death in Episode 3, 100% appears and sets out on a quest to retrieve his owner's ashes... only to totally disappear from the story. * {{Why Do You Keep Changing Jobs}}: The Ugly Old Hag has been seen running pet stores, trap stores, video rental stores, and stalls selling genuine Italian cuisine.story.
18th Dec '13 6:21:45 PM DoctorWhom
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* {{Cool and Unusual Punishment}}: In Episode 9, Scand. E Louse tries to kill himself by drowning in chocolate, and Fred's Punish-Your-Daughter machine in Episode 1.
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* {{Cool and Unusual Punishment}}: In Episode 9, Scand. E Louse tries The ant-possessed Food Inspector, conquerer of the world, is eventually defeated when Daddy Long-Legs chokes him with cash. Also, Fred seems to kill himself by drowning in chocolate, and Fred's Punish-Your-Daughter have a machine in Episode 1.dedicated entirely to punishing daughters.

* {{Cool {{Love Makes You Evil}}: Half-used; after Scand E. Louse's proposal of marriage to Fleatis is turned down, and Unusual Punishment}}: In Episode 9, Scand. E Louse tries to kill although Scand himself by drowning in chocolate, isn't driven to evil, his father, Daddy Long-Legs, kidnaps Fleatis and Fred's Punish-Your-Daughter machine in Episode 1.forces her to marry the Louse.

* {{Standalone Episode}}: While a new viewer can generally start on any given episode without confusion, Episode 5 is entirely disconnected from the other episodes, with a cast unique entirely to the episode.
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* {{Standalone Episode}}: While a new viewer can generally start on any given episode without confusion, Episode 5 is entirely disconnected from the other episodes, with a cast unique disconnected, featuring an entirely to the episode.new cast (which is never seen again).
18th Dec '13 5:38:33 PM DoctorWhom
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* {{Absurdity Ascendant}}

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* {{Continuity Cavalcade}}: Practically every character in the series appears in the opening titles for ''A Very Dusty Christmas''.
18th Dec '13 2:57:58 PM DoctorWhom
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* {{Deus ex Machina}}: By the end of Episode 2, Cinderella, 100% Grape, and the boy named Sam are all dead... only to be resurrected by the Magic Lady in the final scene at the insistence of Cinderella's ghost.

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* {{No Celebrities Were Harmed}}: 'Justinian Beaver'

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* {{What Happened to the Mouse}}: After Cinderella's death in Episode 3, 100% appears and sets out on a quest to retrieve his owner's ashes... only to totally disappear from the story.
18th Dec '13 1:43:45 PM DoctorWhom
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* {{Anthology Show}}: Has elements of this; while generally, there are no purely standalone episodes (most episodes have, at the very least, a cameo from another episode), there is no firmly defined central cast who persist across all episodes.

* {{G-Rated Sex}}: Episode 12 reveals that 100% was born after an incident inside a jumping castle.
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* {{G-Rated {{G Rated Sex}}: Episode 12 reveals that 100% was born after an incident inside a jumping castle.

* {{Pre Title Sequence}}: Occurs in ''Triumph of the Afro-Lady Part II'' and ''A Very Dusty Christmas''.
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* {{Pre Title Titles Sequence}}: Occurs in ''Triumph of the Afro-Lady Part II'' and ''A Very Dusty Christmas''.
17th Dec '13 8:52:43 PM DoctorWhom
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* {{All There in the Script}}: Not in the script, as such, but occasionally certain characters are only named in the credits. * {{Anthology Show}}: Has elements of this; while generally, there are no purely standalone episodes (most episodes have, at the very least, a cameo from another episode), there is no firmly defined central cast who persist across all episodes. * {{Arranged Marriage}}: Dusty tries to arrange one for Charlene... only to suddenly realize that she's underage.

* {{Call Back}}: Episode 13, ''Deja Poo'', is basically a remade Episode 1... but soon goes off the rails when [[spoiler: Ninjas attack...]]
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* {{Call Back}}: Episode 13, ''Deja Poo'', is basically a remade Episode 1... but soon goes off the rails when [[spoiler: Ninjas attack...attack.]]

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* {{Call Back}}: {{Cool and Unusual Punishment}}: In Episode 13, ''Deja Poo'', is basically a remade 9, Scand. E Louse tries to kill himself by drowning in chocolate, and Fred's Punish-Your-Daughter machine in Episode 1... 1. * {{Credits Jukebox}}: Generally, the credits theme is ''Theme from a Summer Place'', but soon goes off on occasion it has also been ''Yankee Doodle'', ''Do You Know the rails when [[spoiler: Ninjas attack...]]Muffin Man'', ''Yakety Sax'', and ''Hark the Herald Angels Sing''. * {{Early Installment Weirdness}}: Not only is the art weirder in the first four episodes, but Dusty is a lot more irresponsible and Charlene acts a lot younger.

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* {{Call Back}}: {{Fun With Acronyms}}: The Afro Lady's Operation FUSHI (Fudge Under Sicilian Homework Invasion). Also, Fred's PYDM (Punish-Your-Daughter-Machine). * {{G-Rated Sex}}: Episode 13, ''Deja Poo'', is basically 12 reveals that 100% was born after an incident inside a remade Episode 1... but soon goes off the rails when [[spoiler: Ninjas attack...]]jumping castle.

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* {{Call Back}}: {{Origins Episode}}: Episode 13, ''Deja Poo'', is basically a remade Episode 1... but soon goes off 12 reveals 100%'s past. * {{Pre Title Sequence}}: Occurs in ''Triumph of the rails when [[spoiler: Ninjas attack...]]Afro-Lady Part II'' and ''A Very Dusty Christmas''.

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* {{Call Back}}: {{Standalone Episode}}: While a new viewer can generally start on any given episode without confusion, Episode 13, ''Deja Poo'', 5 is basically a remade Episode 1... but soon goes off entirely disconnected from the rails when [[spoiler: Ninjas attack...]]other episodes, with a cast unique entirely to the episode.
17th Dec '13 8:24:23 PM DoctorWhom
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* {{Call Back}}: Episode 13, ''Deja Poo'', is basically a remade Episode 1... but soon goes off the rails when [[spoiler: Ninjas attack...]]
16th Dec '13 9:57:31 PM DoctorWhom
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* {{I Know You Know}}: Employed in Barbie and Ken's confrontation in ''Barbie's War''.
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* {{I Know You Know I Know}}: Employed in Barbie and Ken's confrontation in ''Barbie's War''.

* {{Previously, On}}: Appears at the beginning of ''Triumph of the Afro Lady Part II'', and also makes up the entirety of the oddball Episode XI.
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* {{Previously, {{Previously On}}: Appears at the beginning of ''Triumph of the Afro Lady Part II'', and also makes up the entirety of the oddball Episode XI.
16th Dec '13 9:48:05 PM DoctorWhom
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* {{Cerberus Syndrome}}: Episode XVI, ''Succession of the Bum Witches Part I'', is far more plot-orientated than the other episodes.
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* {{Cerberus {{Cerebus Syndrome}}: Episode XVI, ''Succession of the Bum Witches Part I'', is far more plot-orientated than the other episodes.

* Missing Mom: Charlene appears to lack a mother entirely. * Oddball in the Series - While not exactly ''odd'', none of the characters from Episodes V & X have ever appeared again. * Previously, On: Appears at the beginning of ''Triumph of the Afro Lady Part II'', and also makes up the entirety of the oddball Episode XI. * Superpowered Evil Side: '''ARLENE, QUEEN OF FECES!!!''' * Why Do You Keep Changing Jobs: The Ugly Old Hag has been seen running pet stores, trap stores, video rental stores, and stalls selling genuine Italian cuisine.
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* Missing Mom: {{Missing Mom}}: Charlene appears to lack a mother entirely. * Oddball {{Oddball in the Series - Series}}: While not exactly ''odd'', none of the characters from Episodes V & X have ever appeared again. * Previously, On: {{Previously, On}}: Appears at the beginning of ''Triumph of the Afro Lady Part II'', and also makes up the entirety of the oddball Episode XI. XI. * Superpowered {{Superpowered Evil Side: Side}}: '''ARLENE, QUEEN OF FECES!!!''' FECES!!!''' * Why {{Why Do You Keep Changing Jobs: Jobs}}: The Ugly Old Hag has been seen running pet stores, trap stores, video rental stores, and stalls selling genuine Italian cuisine.
16th Dec '13 9:43:58 PM DoctorWhom
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--- * Aborted Arc: The Afro multi-parter has gone without any updates since August (although whether this is intentional is unknown). * Art Evolution: Has occurred over the course of the videos, most notably with Dusty, Charlene, and 100% Grape (who, oddly, devolves; while his appearance in Episode 0 is now his standard one, in Episode 2 he's pretty badly drawn and in Episode 3, he's just a floating head). * Cerberus Syndrome: Episode XVI, ''Succession of the Bum Witches Part I'', was far more plot-orientated than the other episodes. * Christmas Special: A Very Dusty Christmas * Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Fred, who played an important role in the 1st episode, hasn't appeared since (bar a brief appearance in Episode 7). * Clip Show: Episodes XI is some weird combination of this and Previously On, having no plot whatsoever. * Cliffhanger Copout: Happens quite a bit, with some episodes ending with a cliffhanger only for everything to return to normal next episode. * Foreign Queasine: Mario's ant-filled pizzas and the deadly Fairy Bread. * I Know You Know: Employed in Barbie and Ken's confrontation in ''Barbie's War''.
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--- ---- !!Tropes * Aborted Arc: {{Aborted Arc}}: The Afro multi-parter has gone without any updates since August (although whether this is intentional is unknown). unknown). * Art Evolution: {{Art Evolution}}: Has occurred over the course of the videos, most notably with Dusty, Charlene, and 100% Grape (who, oddly, devolves; while his appearance in Episode 0 is now his standard one, in Episode 2 he's pretty badly drawn and in Episode 3, he's just a floating head). head). * Cerberus Syndrome: {{Cerberus Syndrome}}: Episode XVI, ''Succession of the Bum Witches Part I'', was is far more plot-orientated than the other episodes. episodes. * Christmas Special: {{Christmas Special}}: A Very Dusty Christmas Christmas * Chuck {{Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Syndrome}}: Fred, who played an important role in the 1st episode, hasn't appeared since (bar a brief appearance in Episode 7). 7). * Clip Show: {{Clip Show}}: Episodes XI is some weird combination of this and Previously On, {{Previously On}}, having no plot whatsoever. whatsoever. * Cliffhanger Copout: {{Cliffhanger Copout}}: Happens quite a bit, with some episodes ending with a cliffhanger only for everything to return to normal next episode. episode. * Foreign Queasine: {{Foreign Queasine}}: Mario's ant-filled pizzas and the deadly Fairy Bread. Bread. * I {{I Know You Know: Know}}: Employed in Barbie and Ken's confrontation in ''Barbie's War''. War''.


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