History WesternANimation / TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy

15th May '17 6:20:41 PM Rubber_Lotus
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* VignetteEpisode: "Wishbones" is pretty much an exercise in letting every regular on the show's writing staff do their own mini-sode, with the concept of a JackassGenie skull being the sole unifying premise.
5th May '17 2:50:48 AM Vir
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** In the Christmas special, Billy mistakes the MallSanta line for the line to the bathroom. "I feel like my bladder's gonna explode!"

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** In the Christmas special, Billy mistakes the MallSanta line for the line to the bathroom. "I feel like my bladder's gonna explode!"explode!" After rattling off his long Christmas list to Santa Skarr, the latter asks him "[[PottyFailure Have you been relieving yourself on me this whole time]]?"
5th May '17 2:48:21 AM Vir
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* ProductionThrowback: The film grain effect during the title sequence hides this, but [[http://hurtermonkey.blogspot.com/2007/01/7-year-itch.html the gravestones are inscribed with the names of three fellow series]] (''WesternAnimation/EvilConCarne'', ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'', and ''WesternAnimation/WhateverHappenedToRobotJones''), all of which were cancelled during the production the show's first solo season.

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* ProductionThrowback: The film grain effect during the title sequence hides this, but [[http://hurtermonkey.blogspot.com/2007/01/7-year-itch.html the gravestones are inscribed with the names of three fellow series]] (''WesternAnimation/EvilConCarne'', ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'', and ''WesternAnimation/WhateverHappenedToRobotJones''), all of which were cancelled during the production of the show's first solo season.
5th May '17 2:46:47 AM Vir
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* RightOnQueue: The episode "The House Of Tomorrow" has a seemingly short line for a rollercoaster, but it turns out that's the line you have to wait on to get on line for the rollercoaster.
** And apparently, somebody died on the line and a baby was born on it.

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* RightOnQueue: The episode "The House Of of Tomorrow" has a seemingly short line for a rollercoaster, but it turns out that's the line you have to wait on in to get on in line for the rollercoaster.
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rollercoaster. And apparently, somebody died on in the line and a baby was born on in it.
5th May '17 1:31:25 AM Vir
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* WildTeenParty: In "The Show That Dare Not Speak Its Name", Pinface invites a bunch of frat house demons and they proceed to wreck Billy's house. Harold, instead of doing literally anything else, [[WhatAnIdiot JOINS the monsters]] in trashing his own house, and when Gladys comes home, she's rightfully mad at him.

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* WildTeenParty: In "The Show That Dare Not Speak Its Name", Pinface invites a bunch of frat house demons and they proceed to wreck Billy's house. Harold, instead of doing literally anything else, [[WhatAnIdiot JOINS joins the monsters]] in trashing his own house, and when Gladys comes home, she's rightfully mad at him.


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* YouKeepUsingThatWord: In ''Big Boogey Adventure'' Billybot and Mandroid regularly use the word "assimilate" as a synonym for "destroy". The actual definition of assimilate is more or less the same as the word "absorb".
1st May '17 8:05:33 AM Shadowgazer
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* EvilVersusEvil: Most conflicts in the show are between bad and worse characters, seeing as most monsters have to deal with Mandy's cruelty, if not Grim and Billy's as well. The most frequent example is the enmity between Mandy and Mindy and even in the game there is a mode named liked this, which features four of the characters fighting each other (Mandy and Junior with Eris and Boogey).

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* EvilVersusEvil: Most conflicts in the show are between bad and worse characters, seeing as most monsters have to deal with [[VillainProtagonist Mandy's cruelty, if not Grim and Billy's Billy's]] as well. The most frequent example is the enmity between Mandy and Mindy and even in the game there is a mode named liked this, which features four of the characters fighting each other (Mandy ([[EnfantTerrible Mandy]] and Junior [[AntiVillain Junior]] with Eris [[JerkassGods Eris]] and Boogey).[[SmugSnake Boogey]]).
19th Apr '17 10:18:12 PM GreatDane112
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* DenserAndWackier: The show becomes more and more bizarre as it goes along, with several plots involving some reeeeaaally out there concepts.
17th Apr '17 12:06:20 PM Shadowgazer
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** Mindy gets one in The Wrognest Yard

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** Mindy gets one in The Wrognest Wrongest Yard



* ElvesVersusDwarves: A whole episode devoted to the subject.

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* ElvesVersusDwarves: A whole episode devoted to the subject. Assss... rival businesses!!!



* EvilVersusEvil

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* EvilVersusEvilEvilVersusEvil: Most conflicts in the show are between bad and worse characters, seeing as most monsters have to deal with Mandy's cruelty, if not Grim and Billy's as well. The most frequent example is the enmity between Mandy and Mindy and even in the game there is a mode named liked this, which features four of the characters fighting each other (Mandy and Junior with Eris and Boogey).
11th Apr '17 9:39:57 AM TheFallofElDorado
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* BreakingTheFourthWall: This show holds the record as the Cartoon Network show with the most fourth wall jokes. Listing all of the examples would take up a ''lot'' of space on this page.
24th Mar '17 7:37:05 PM TMNTFanGirl
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* Two humorous examples occur in "Billy's Growth Spurt." When Billy eats too much junk food, Mandy and Grim try to cook up Grim's granny's famous healing recipe to heal him. The key ingredient is "screaming meemies"; to get them, Grim remarks that an interdimensional rift would have to open in the kitchen. A few seconds later, one does. At the end of the episode, Granny's remedy doesn't work; Mandy wonders aloud if the remedy has an antidote, and Granny quite literally appears in a thought bubble and passes her a bottle of "Heebie-Jeebie Juice," which wraps everything up.

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* ** Two humorous examples occur in "Billy's Growth Spurt." When Billy eats too much junk food, Mandy and Grim try to cook up Grim's granny's famous healing recipe to heal him. The key ingredient is "screaming meemies"; to get them, Grim remarks that an interdimensional rift would have to open in the kitchen. A few seconds later, one does. At the end of the episode, Granny's remedy doesn't work; Mandy wonders aloud if the remedy has an antidote, and Granny quite literally appears in a thought bubble and passes her a bottle of "Heebie-Jeebie Juice," which wraps everything up.
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