History WesternAnimation / AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog

25th Mar '16 8:35:58 PM AxiomaticCarton
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* EyePop: Many other [[Pun Doozing]] [[Characters/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog Characters]] of them in the Episodes.

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* EyePop: Many other [[Pun Doozing]] [[Characters/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog Characters]] of them in the Episodes.
25th Mar '16 8:35:24 PM AxiomaticCarton
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* EyePop: Many other [[Pun Doozing]] [[Characters/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog Characters]] of them in the Episodes.
21st Mar '16 8:20:47 AM longWriter
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* VileVillainLaughableLackey: Scratch and Grounder, the bumbling robot minions, have this dynamic with Dr. Robotnik.
26th Feb '16 7:37:00 AM PF
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* ThoseTwoBadGuys: Scratch and Grounder. There are the most prominent of Robotnik's robots as they are seen in every episode.

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* ThoseTwoBadGuys: Scratch and Grounder. There They are the most prominent of Robotnik's robots as they are seen together in every episode.
26th Feb '16 7:35:05 AM PF
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* InterspeciesRomance: Even though they're both robots, Robotnik Jr. (human) is involved with Breezie (hedgehog).
** Many of Sonic's [[GirlOfTheWeek Girls of the Week]] qualify too.

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* InterspeciesRomance: InterspeciesRomance:
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Even though they're both robots, Robotnik Jr. (human) is involved with Breezie (hedgehog).
** Many of Sonic's [[GirlOfTheWeek Girls of the Week]] qualify too.qualify.



* NeverRecycleYourSchemes: Robotnik seems to adhere to this trope quite diligently, even after episodes where the evil gadget of the week is never shown being destroyed.

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* NeverRecycleYourSchemes: Robotnik seems to adhere to this trope quite diligently, even after episodes where the evil gadget of the week is never shown being destroyed.



%% commented out as ZeroContextExample * NoFourthWall

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%% commented out as ZeroContextExample * NoFourthWallNoFourthWall: Seen throughout the series, most notably during the "Sonic Says" segments.



* OffModel: You won't believe how many times Sonic's arms turn blue. Or the time when his [[http://i271.photobucket.com/albums/jj141/1downpoison/w-1.png mouth disappeared]].
** Not to mention the character art inside the disk cases of the second box set.
** Doesn't help that the series was made by Creator/DiC on an extremely low budget ($6.5 million, or $100,000 per episode according to WordOfGod) and split between four animation studios[[note]]TMS, Creator/{{Saerom}}, Creator/HongYing and Creator/RainbowAnimation[[/note]].

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* OffModel: OffModel:
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You won't believe how many times Sonic's arms turn blue. Or the time when his [[http://i271.photobucket.com/albums/jj141/1downpoison/w-1.png mouth disappeared]].
** Not to mention the The character art inside the disk cases of the second box set.
** Doesn't help that the series was made by Creator/DiC on an extremely low budget ($6.5 million, or $100,000 per episode according to WordOfGod) and split between four animation studios[[note]]TMS, Creator/{{Saerom}}, Creator/HongYing and Creator/RainbowAnimation[[/note]].
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* OncePerEpisode: Robotnik's catchphrase "I ''hate'' that hedgehog!" which is generally said at the end of most episodes. Played with in "Over the Hill Hero," where, shortly after Robotnik has retreated with his mooks, Captain Rescue ends the episode with "I ''like'' that hedgehog!"
** Wes also says "I ''love'' that hedgehog" at the end of "Hero of the Year".
** There are a few episodes where Robotnik does ''not'' say the phrase once, including the above-mentioned "Over the Hill Hero".

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* OncePerEpisode: Robotnik's catchphrase "I ''hate'' that hedgehog!" which is generally said at the end of most episodes. Played This is played with in "Over the Hill Hero," where, shortly after Robotnik has retreated with his mooks, Captain Rescue ends the episode with "I ''like'' that hedgehog!"
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hedgehog!" Wes also says "I ''love'' that hedgehog" at the end of "Hero of the Year".
** There are a few episodes where Robotnik does ''not'' say the phrase once, including the above-mentioned "Over the Hill Hero".
Year".



* RailroadTracksOfDoom: In the episode "Full Tilt Tails" Tails tries to race a train but gets his foot caught in the tracks. [[spoiler:Sonic saves him by quickly building a new set of train tracks out of harm's way.]]

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* RailroadTracksOfDoom: In the episode "Full Tilt Tails" Tails", Tails tries to race a train but gets his foot caught in the tracks. [[spoiler:Sonic saves him by quickly building a new set of train tracks out of harm's way.]]



* RecurringRiff: A section of "In The Hall of the Mountain King" plays repeatedly throughout the series, most notably during the end credits and often when Robotnik appears.

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* RecurringRiff: A section of "In The the Hall of the Mountain King" plays repeatedly throughout the series, most notably during the end credits and often when Robotnik appears.



* SaveTheVillain: Sonic actually tries to stop Robotnik's minions from killing each other in some of the "Sonic Sez" segments, even giving safety advise. The "Robotnikland" segment where he extinguishes Scratch and Grounder on fire is a key example.

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* SaveTheVillain: Sonic actually tries to stop Robotnik's minions from killing each other in some of the "Sonic Sez" Says" segments, even giving safety advise. The "Robotnikland" segment where he extinguishes Scratch and Grounder on fire is a key example.



* ShoutOut: Professor Caninestein is obviously a reference to Albert Einstein.

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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Professor Caninestein is obviously a reference to Albert Einstein.



** [[MadMax Mad Mike, Da Bear Warrior!]]

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** [[MadMax [[Film/MadMax Mad Mike, Da Bear Warrior!]]



* SidekickGlassCeiling: Tails in ''Full Tilt Tails''.

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* SidekickGlassCeiling: Tails in ''Full "Full Tilt Tails''.Tails".



* SpaceEpisode: "Spaceman Sonic"

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* SpaceEpisode: "Spaceman Sonic"Sonic".



* StupidityInducingAttack: One episode involves both a "smart chip" and a "stupid chip" that make whoever takes them become much smarter or dumber.

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* StupidityInducingAttack: StupidityInducingAttack:
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One episode involves both a "smart chip" and a "stupid chip" that make whoever takes them become much smarter or dumber.



%% commented out as ZeroContextExample * ThoseTwoBadGuys: Scratch and Grounder.

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%% commented out as ZeroContextExample * ThoseTwoBadGuys: Scratch and Grounder.Grounder. There are the most prominent of Robotnik's robots as they are seen in every episode.



%% commented out as ZeroContextExample * TotallyRadical: Both used and lampshaded.

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%% commented out as ZeroContextExample * TotallyRadical: Both used and lampshaded.lampshaded. Sonic does this when he is about to run or is talking to Tails.



* TrashTheSet:
** Some of Robotnik's minor one off bases end up being destroyed at the end of their episodes.
*** His "[[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Rot-Your-Life-Away Dungeons]]" in "Sonic Breakout" is destroyed by Sonic and Tails by triggering every alarm beam, causing the computer to breakdown and self-destruct.
*** Then his "[[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Emporium of Devastation, Destruction and Demolition]]" from "The Robotnik Express" is destroyed when the train smashes into the factory due to failed brakes.
** And then in "Robo-Ninjas", Robotnik's main base and home inexplicably collapses and explodes, and did not appear anymore in the remaining two episodes.

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* TrashTheSet:
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TrashTheSet: Some of Robotnik's minor one off bases end up being destroyed at the end of their episodes.
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His "[[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Rot-Your-Life-Away Dungeons]]" in "Sonic Breakout" is destroyed by Sonic and Tails by triggering every alarm beam, causing the computer to breakdown and self-destruct.
*** Then his ** His "[[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Emporium of Devastation, Destruction and Demolition]]" from "The Robotnik Express" is destroyed when the train smashes into the factory due to failed brakes.
** And then in In "Robo-Ninjas", Robotnik's main base and home inexplicably collapses and explodes, and did not appear anymore in the remaining two episodes.



* VacationEpisode: "The Last Resort"

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* VacationEpisode: "The Last Resort"Resort".



* VocalEvolution: If you watch some of the earliest Adventures Of Sonic The Hedgehog episodes, you'll notice that Scratch and Grounder talk quite differently from their later performances � Scratch is voiced with a Brooklyn accent, whereas Grounder has a lower, stupider voice. These attributes disappeared over the course of the series. (Grounder still sounded dumb, but less so.)

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* VocalEvolution: If you watch some of the earliest Adventures Of Sonic The Hedgehog episodes, you'll notice that Scratch and Grounder talk quite differently from their later performances � Scratch is voiced with a Brooklyn accent, whereas Grounder has a lower, stupider voice. These attributes disappeared over the course of the series. (Grounder [[note]]Grounder still sounded dumb, but less so.)[[/note]]
25th Feb '16 12:48:18 PM Bat138
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* RailroadTracksOfDoom: In the episode "Full Tilt Tails" Tails tries to race a train but gets his foot caught in the tracks. [[spoiler:Sonic saves him by quickly building a new set of train tracks out of harm's way.]]
1st Feb '16 10:08:22 AM PF
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* HeroWithBadPublicity: Robotnik makes Sonic this in "Pseudo Sonic" and Tails this in "Too Tall Tails".

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* HeroWithBadPublicity: Robotnik makes Sonic this in "Pseudo Sonic" and Sonic". He also does this to Tails this in "Too Tall Tails".
1st Feb '16 10:06:24 AM PF
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** Captain Rescue in "Over the Hill Hero", who allows the ObviouslyEvil Robotnik to convince that he's another hero who's overshadowed by show-off Sonic.

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** Captain Rescue in "Over the Hill Hero", who allows the ObviouslyEvil Robotnik to convince him that he's another hero who's overshadowed by the show-off Sonic.
1st Feb '16 6:15:55 AM Nintendoman01
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* GoneHorriblyWrong: Robotnik created Scratch and Grounder intending for them to be unbeatable {{Super Soldier}}s who could easily beat Sonic. Instead, he got the exact opposite: two LethallyStupid bumblers who Sonic regularly outsmarts and runs circles around.
29th Jan '16 3:28:00 AM PF
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* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Captain Rescue in "Over-The-Hill Hero", who allows ObviouslyEvil Robotnik to convince that he's another hero who's overshadowed by show-off Sonic.

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* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: HorribleJudgeOfCharacter:
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Captain Rescue in "Over-The-Hill "Over the Hill Hero", who allows the ObviouslyEvil Robotnik to convince that he's another hero who's overshadowed by show-off Sonic.
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