History WesternAnimation / ActionLeagueNow

29th Mar '17 5:44:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* {{Pittsburgh}}: The voices were all provided by Pittsburgh-based disc jockeys. The male characters were voiced by Jim Krenn and Scott Paulsen, who co-hosted the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_DVE_Morning_Show WDVE Morning Show]] for many years together. Cris Winter, the other main cast member, was the morning show's newsreader. Bill Cowher and Kordell Stewart also appeared.

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* {{Pittsburgh}}: UsefulNotes/{{Pittsburgh}}: The voices were all provided by Pittsburgh-based disc jockeys. The male characters were voiced by Jim Krenn and Scott Paulsen, who co-hosted the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_DVE_Morning_Show WDVE Morning Show]] for many years together. Cris Winter, the other main cast member, was the morning show's newsreader. Bill Cowher and Kordell Stewart also appeared.
19th Mar '17 12:15:50 PM nombretomado
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Originally a segment on {{Nickelodeon}}'s live-action TV series ''Series/AllThat'' and then on its AnimatedAnthology ''WesternAnimation/{{KaBlam}}!'', ''Action League NOW!'' centered on the crudely stop-motion-animated adventures of four superhero toys, who were forever going off on missions that were either ill-defined or just plain weird, and nearly always involved trying to stop the corrupt "The Mayor" in some zany scheme of his. What made it distinct was that the toys were all shown in their "natural state" of being 6 inches tall in a human world, seldom even moving on their own (unless being thrown or the like, which is why the show was sometimes described as being filmed in "Chuck-imation").

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Originally a segment on {{Nickelodeon}}'s {{Creator/Nickelodeon}}'s live-action TV series ''Series/AllThat'' and then on its AnimatedAnthology ''WesternAnimation/{{KaBlam}}!'', ''Action League NOW!'' centered on the crudely stop-motion-animated adventures of four superhero toys, who were forever going off on missions that were either ill-defined or just plain weird, and nearly always involved trying to stop the corrupt "The Mayor" in some zany scheme of his. What made it distinct was that the toys were all shown in their "natural state" of being 6 inches tall in a human world, seldom even moving on their own (unless being thrown or the like, which is why the show was sometimes described as being filmed in "Chuck-imation").
10th Feb '17 7:07:35 PM themisterfree
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* RoguesGallery: A fairly small one- you had The Mayor, Hodge-Podge, Big Baby, and a few one-offs (Spotzilla, Smarty Pants, Danger Society, the Red Ninja).



* ShooOutTheNewGuy: Bill the Lab Guy's teenage daughter, Quarky. Introduced in ''WesternAnimation/KaBlam's'' second season premier (if we're going by production order), and was in a bunch of episodes from that season. After "The Quarky Syndrome", she never appeared again.

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* ShooOutTheNewGuy: Bill the Lab Guy's teenage daughter, Quarky. Introduced in ''WesternAnimation/KaBlam's'' second season premier premiere (if we're going by production order), and was in a bunch of episodes from that season. After "The Quarky Syndrome", she never appeared again.



%% commented out as ZeroContextExample * SuperZeroes

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%% commented out as ZeroContextExample * SuperZeroesSuperZeroes: Big time- these guys practically qualify ''as'' villains given their constant screw-ups and lack of concern for other people.
10th Feb '17 5:17:15 AM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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-->'''Stinky:''' Don't look at me, I didn't vote for him.
19th Dec '16 1:35:49 PM Zeroth17
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---> '''Bill the Lab Guy:''' Correct.

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---> '''Bill the Lab Guy:''' Correct.Bingo.
4th Dec '16 10:46:42 AM themisterfree
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* MayorPain: If he's commonly called "his dishonor", then you have to wonder how he even got elected.



* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: The voice of the Mayor originated on WDVE's morning show (see below) as a parody of Pittsburgh's then-mayor Tom Murphy.



* {{Pittsburgh}}: The voices were all provided by Pittsburgh based Disc Jockeys. The male characters were voiced by Jim Krenn and Scott Paulsen, who co-hosted the WDVE Morning Show for many years together. Cris Winter, the other main cast member, also worked for WDVE. Bill Cowher and Kordell Stewart also appeared.

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* {{Pittsburgh}}: The voices were all provided by Pittsburgh based Disc Jockeys. Pittsburgh-based disc jockeys. The male characters were voiced by Jim Krenn and Scott Paulsen, who co-hosted the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_DVE_Morning_Show WDVE Morning Show Show]] for many years together. Cris Winter, the other main cast member, also worked for WDVE.was the morning show's newsreader. Bill Cowher and Kordell Stewart also appeared.
13th Nov '16 5:45:56 PM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* AttackAttackRetreatRetreat: From "Yurplastic Park", when the League tries to evade a hungry T-Rex:
-->'''Stinky Diver:''' Head for the chopper!\\
(''The T-Rex smashes the chopper with its foot.'')\\
'''Stinky:''' Head away from the chopper!
16th Jul '16 7:57:29 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Smarty Pants, who was probably the greatest threat the League ever faced off against ''because'' he's this trope.
** The Mayor had his moments.
** The very few episodes Hodge Podge was in, he displayed this with his tactics on how to crush the League. It makes sense, since he used to work for them, but then again, you don't really need much sense to beat the League.
17th Jun '16 5:17:17 PM Someoneman
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* ShooOutTheNewGuy: Bill the Lab Guy's teenage daughter, Quarky. Introduced in ''WesternAnimation/KaBlam's'' second season premier (if we're going by production order), and was in a bunch of episodes from that season. [[TheScrappy Fans found her rather annoying]], and after "The Quarky Syndrome", she never appeared again.

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* ShooOutTheNewGuy: Bill the Lab Guy's teenage daughter, Quarky. Introduced in ''WesternAnimation/KaBlam's'' second season premier (if we're going by production order), and was in a bunch of episodes from that season. [[TheScrappy Fans found her rather annoying]], and after After "The Quarky Syndrome", she never appeared again.
14th Jun '16 3:36:06 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[spoiler:MissedHimByThatMuch: After arresting two criminals pretending to be The Flesh's parents, he wonders if he'll ever meet his real parent. Then, his real (naked) parents drive by wondering the same thing, and crushed the Action Mobile.]]

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* [[spoiler:MissedHimByThatMuch: After MissedHimByThatMuch: [[spoiler:After arresting two criminals pretending to be The Flesh's parents, he wonders if he'll ever meet his real parent. Then, his real (naked) parents drive by wondering the same thing, and crushed the Action Mobile.]]
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