History WesternAnimation / AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog

16th Aug '17 6:38:52 PM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* AmnesiacVillainJoinsTheHeroes: In "Blank-Headed Eagle", Scratch chases after Sonic with an Eagle-Copter kit he ordered from watching the ''[[ShowWithinAShow Edgar Eagle]]'' TV show. After Sonic tricks him into shooting himself out of the sky, Scratch gets amnesia, and when Henrietta Peck finds him, Scratch thinks he's Edgar Eagle. Sonic takes advantage of this, and uses Scratch to help him save Farmer Peck's farm from destruction from Dr. Robotnik's machines. [[StatusQuoIsGod Scratch ends up regaining his memories near the end of the episode]].
11th Aug '17 5:15:20 PM zzedar
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** The sequence where Dr. Robotnik makes his extremely busty robot wife Omeletta:

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** The sequence where Dr. Robotnik makes his extremely busty robot wife Omeletta:Omletta:



** Despite being named Robotnik as opposed to Eggman, Robotnik makes a very, very large amount of references to eggs, either in puns or in his general planning (like the Omeletta episode noted above), in reference to his alter-ego; in the beginning of "Robotnikland", he even flies into a rage when Scratch and Grounder attempt to serve him pancakes for breakfast, rather than the egg-related dishes he prefers.

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** Despite being named Robotnik as opposed to Eggman, Robotnik makes a very, very large amount of references to eggs, either in puns or in his general planning (like the Omeletta Omletta episode noted above), in reference to his alter-ego; in the beginning of "Robotnikland", he even flies into a rage when Scratch and Grounder attempt to serve him pancakes for breakfast, rather than the egg-related dishes he prefers.
7th Aug '17 1:49:53 PM cfive
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* AttractiveBentGender: Sonic himself manages to seduce Robotnik while dressed as an attractive Blonde in "Sonic is Running"
6th Jul '17 11:59:53 AM BleuStar365
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-->'''Robotnik:''' You lame-brained, knuckle-dragging ''dolt!'' How dare you interrupt me when I'm having a bath with my rubber [[TrillingRs crrrrrrrrocodile!]]
-->'''Coconuts:''' I only wanted to tell you I saw one of those F.O.U's - I mean, C.I.A's, uh, or C.O.D's...

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-->'''Robotnik:''' You lame-brained, lame-brain, knuckle-dragging ''dolt!'' ''dork!'' How dare you interrupt me when I'm having a bath with my rubber [[TrillingRs crrrrrrrrocodile!]]
-->'''Coconuts:''' But I only wanted to tell you I saw one of those F.O.U's - I mean, C.I.A's, uh, or C.O.D's...D's, heheh, I mean...
6th Jun '17 11:47:54 AM YasminPerry
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* {{Camp}}: To the point where it's like the video game equivalent of West's ''Batman''.
11th Apr '17 6:28:32 PM philipnova798
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** Even the Chaos Emerald 4-parter has this going on between parts. For example in "Blackbot the Pirate", the pupils of Sonic, Scratch and Professor Caninestein are often overshadowed by the light reflecting into them.

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** Even the Chaos Emerald 4-parter has this going on between parts. For example in "Blackbot the Pirate", the pupils of Sonic, Scratch and Professor Caninestein are often overshadowed by the light reflecting into them. Robotnik also looks less comedically obese than usual in a few scenes too.
31st Mar '17 9:48:27 AM gjjones
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!!Tro''PING AS'' usual, I see?!:

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!!Tro''PING AS'' !![[MemeticMutation Tro]]''[[MemeticMutation PING AS]]'' [[MemeticMutation usual, I see?!:see]]?!:
30th Mar '17 11:15:58 PM Vir
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** From the episode, "Spaceman Sonic":

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** From the episode, episode "Spaceman Sonic":



** In the episode, "Super Special Sonic Search and Smash Squad", when listing Sonic's offenses, Robotnik tells his men that Sonic ruins his schemes, he escapes his traps, and he helps nice people.
** From the episode, "Birth of a Salesman":

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** In the episode, episode "Super Special Sonic Search and Smash Squad", when listing Sonic's offenses, Robotnik tells his men that Sonic ruins his schemes, he escapes his traps, and he helps nice people.
** From the episode, episode "Birth of a Salesman":



* FunWithAcronyms: In the episode, "Robotnik's Rival", D.U.F.U.S., Dr. Quark's robot, stands for '''D'''esign '''U'''nit '''F'''lexible '''U'''nderling '''S'''ubstitute.

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* FunWithAcronyms: In the episode, episode "Robotnik's Rival", D.U.F.U.S., Dr. Quark's robot, stands for '''D'''esign '''U'''nit '''F'''lexible '''U'''nderling '''S'''ubstitute.



* NobodysThatDumb: In the episode, "Birth of a Salesman", this exchange occurs when Scratch and Grounder actually manage to catch Sonic and Tails in a gravity-stopper ray:

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* NobodysThatDumb: In the episode, episode "Birth of a Salesman", this exchange occurs when Scratch and Grounder actually manage to catch Sonic and Tails in a gravity-stopper ray:



** The very first episode, "Super Special Sonic Search & Smash Squad", [[Creator/OsamuTezuka had this vaguely familiar creature]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNjFtHM6pUw#t=4m15s appearing for a moment in the background]].

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** The very first episode, "Super "The Super Special Sonic Search & Smash Squad", [[Creator/OsamuTezuka had this vaguely familiar creature]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNjFtHM6pUw#t=4m15s appearing for a moment in the background]].



* SmellySkunk: The episode, "Road Hog" as Colonel Stench, a skunk who has tried unsuccessfully for years to make a perfume that would get rid of his stench. What he created instead was hypnotic flower pollen, which Robotnik stole from him and used to hypnotize the law into arresting him and Sonic.

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* SmellySkunk: The episode, episode "Road Hog" as Colonel Stench, a skunk who has tried unsuccessfully for years to make a perfume that would get rid of his stench. What he created instead was hypnotic flower pollen, which Robotnik stole from him and used to hypnotize the law into arresting him and Sonic.
11th Mar '17 11:37:25 AM Discar
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In addition to the aforementioned ''Sonic [=SatAM=]'', this show is not to be confused with ''WesternAnimation/SonicUnderground'', ''Anime/SonicTheHedgehogTheMovie'', ''Anime/SonicX'', ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'' or the [[Film/SonicTheHedgehog upcoming film adaptation]].

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In addition to the aforementioned ''Sonic [=SatAM=]'', this show is not to be confused with ''WesternAnimation/SonicUnderground'', ''Anime/SonicTheHedgehogTheMovie'', ''Anime/SonicX'', ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'' or the [[Film/SonicTheHedgehog [[Film/SonicTheHedgehog2018 upcoming film adaptation]].
4th Mar '17 5:19:05 AM PF
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Collie Chang,[[note]]Newscaster Connie Chung.[[/note]] Throbbin' Screech,[[note]]Robin Leach, host of ''Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous'', which is also parodied in the episode he appears in.[[/note]] and Katty Carlisle.[[note]]A slightly more obscure one; her name is based on Kitty Carlisle, a TV personality who often appeared on panel game shows in the 1950s, 60s, and 70s.[[/note]] Wes Weasley may have been based on [[Series/ThePhilSilversShow Phil Silvers]].

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Collie Chang,[[note]]Newscaster Connie Chung.[[/note]] Throbbin' Screech,[[note]]Robin Leach, host of ''Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous'', which is also parodied in the episode he appears in.[[/note]] and Katty Carlisle.[[note]]A slightly more obscure one; her name is based on Kitty Carlisle, a TV personality who often appeared on panel game shows in the 1950s, 60s, '60s, and 70s.'70s.[[/note]] Wes Weasley may have been based on [[Series/ThePhilSilversShow Phil Silvers]].
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