History WesternAnimation / AmericanDragonJakeLong

29th Dec '17 2:28:04 PM Malady
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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample, character page material? * {{Adorkable}}: Spud.
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * AllGuysWantCheerleaders: Also Spud.
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * AlphaBitch: Olivia's a grade-school variant. Also an EvilRedhead.
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * AncientConspiracy: The Huntsclan.

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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample, Administrivia/ZeroContextExample, character page material? * {{Adorkable}}: Spud.
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * AllGuysWantCheerleaders: Also Spud.
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * AlphaBitch: Olivia's a grade-school variant. Also an EvilRedhead.
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * AncientConspiracy: The Huntsclan.



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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * BigBad: The Huntsman.

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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * BigBad: The Huntsman.



%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * BlackBestFriend: Trixie.

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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * BlackBestFriend: Trixie.



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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample, character page material? * CoolOldGuy: Grandpa.

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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample, Administrivia/ZeroContextExample, character page material? * CoolOldGuy: Grandpa.



%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample, characters page material? * DirtyCoward: Bananas B.

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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample, Administrivia/ZeroContextExample, characters page material? * DirtyCoward: Bananas B.



%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample, character page material? * TheDitz: Spud.

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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample, Administrivia/ZeroContextExample, character page material? * TheDitz: Spud.



%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample ** The irony in "Ski Trip" and "The Love Cruise" endings were that both episodes were set on Valentines Day.
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * DragonsUpTheYinYang
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample, character page material? * DumbassTeenageSon: Jake.

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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample ** The irony in "Ski Trip" and "The Love Cruise" endings were that both episodes were set on Valentines Day.
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * DragonsUpTheYinYang
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample, Administrivia/ZeroContextExample, character page material? * DumbassTeenageSon: Jake.



%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * EvilSorcerer: Eli Panderas.
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * ExactlyWhatIAimedAt: The Huntsgirl once pulled this on Jake.
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler: Bananas B]].

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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * EvilSorcerer: Eli Panderas.
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * ExactlyWhatIAimedAt: The Huntsgirl once pulled this on Jake.
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler: Bananas B]].



%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * ForHalloweenIAmGoingAsMyself: "Halloween Bash".

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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * ForHalloweenIAmGoingAsMyself: "Halloween Bash".



%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * GirlNextDoor: Rose, at start of the series.
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * {{Goth}}: Kara of the Oracle Twins.
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * GranolaGirl: Sara of the Oracle Twins.
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * HeelFaceTurn: Rose. Although he was never evil, Fu Dog also qualifies.

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* GilliganCut: Grandpa's road rage during "The Heist", after he tells Jake about keeping a cool head.
-->'''Lao Shi:''' HIT THE PEDAL, GRETEL! I'M NOT GETTING ANY YOUNGER! ''[shouts in Chinese]''
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * GirlNextDoor: Rose, at start of the series.
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * {{Goth}}: Kara of the Oracle Twins.
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * GranolaGirl: Sara of the Oracle Twins.
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * HeelFaceTurn: Rose. Although he was never evil, Fu Dog also qualifies.



%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * GreaterScopeVillain: The Dark Dragon.

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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * GreaterScopeVillain: The Dark Dragon.



%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler: Subverted with Rose.]]

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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler: Subverted with Rose.]]



%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * IdenticalTwinIDTag
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * IJustWantToBeNormal:
%% cont. commenting out as ZeroContextExample ** Jake in "Being Human".
%% cont. commenting out as ZeroContextExample ** This applies to Rose as well.
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * IJustWantToBeSpecial: Spud in "Shaggy Frog".
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * IronicEcho: "Ack! What a major oopsie I have committed!"

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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * IdenticalTwinIDTag
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * IJustWantToBeNormal:
%% cont. commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample ** Jake in "Being Human".
%% cont. commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample ** This applies to Rose as well.
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * IJustWantToBeSpecial: Spud in "Shaggy Frog".
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * IronicEcho: "Ack! What a major oopsie I have committed!"



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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * LivingWithTheVillain: Jake and Rose. Even provides the page quote.

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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * LivingWithTheVillain: Jake and Rose. Even provides the page quote.



%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * {{Masquerade}}
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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * ANaziByAnyOtherName: The Huntsclan.

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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * ANaziByAnyOtherName: The Huntsclan.



%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * NeedleInAStackOfNeedles

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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * NeedleInAStackOfNeedles



%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * PluckyComicRelief: Spud, Fu Dog and Huntsboys #88 and #89.
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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * PluckyComicRelief: Spud, Fu Dog and Huntsboys #88 and #89.
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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * TheVoice: Trixie's grandmother.
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld

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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * TheVoice: Trixie's grandmother.
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** "Dreamscape". Who would have thought that [[spoiler: The Huntsman kidnapped Rose at birth]]?
** "Homecoming" features [[spoiler: the destruction of the Huntsclan]] and changes the status quo by [[spoiler: having Rose forget about Jake and move to Hong Kong]].

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** "Dreamscape". Who would have thought that [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The Huntsman kidnapped Rose at birth]]?
** "Homecoming" features [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the destruction of the Huntsclan]] and changes the status quo by [[spoiler: having Rose forget about Jake and move to Hong Kong]].
3rd Dec '17 2:38:42 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * ButNotTooForeign: Jake.

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%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * ButNotTooForeign: Jake.Jake and Haley are half-white on their father's side.


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* FinalSolution: The Huntsclan's ultimate goal is the destruction of all magical creatures. [[spoiler:However, their plan to do so is turned against them, and they get wiped out instead]].
26th Nov '17 3:41:20 PM RedScharlach
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* BrokenAesop: In "Siren Says," Jake takes part in a bachelor auction, rigging the bids so that he ends up with the beautiful captain of the school swimming team, Danika Hunnicut. Trixie justifiably chews Jake out for his shallow behaviour, accusing him of only caring about looks. Over the next couple of days, Jake keeps falling into magical trances whenever he's around Danika, causing him to stumble into dangerous situations. Trixie suspects Danika of foul play, believing she is manipulating Jake for her own amusement. However, it is revealed Danika is innocent, and that the true culprit is [[spoiler: a [[EnthrallingSiren siren]] named Vicky Fickling, who was also bidding for Jake at the auction]], who framed Danika by giving her the magical necklace that caused Jake's trances. Once the matter is settled, Jake and his friends discuss what kind of lesson they were meant to take away from the experience, with Jake pointing out that if he ''hadn't'' chosen Danika for purely superficial reasons, he would have wound up with [[spoiler:an evil, mind-controlling siren]] rather than a [[BeautyEqualsGoodness genuinely nice and sweet girl]].
* CallingTheOldManOut: In the second to last episode 'Being Human' Jake has had enough after two years of having to deal with constant threats to the magical world. Getting in trouble with his dad and losing Rose while being expected never to falter or complain about his duty without time to enjoy himself whatsoever and deliberately gets his responsibility removed so he can relax actually be a fourteen year old kid for once. [[AnnoyingYoungerSibling Haley]] is given the responsibility in the meantime, and while at first claims she will be a better dragon than him, she turns into to a stressed out mess in less than a week. When Haley accidently reveals Jake got his powers removed on purpose, Lao Shi starts to rant about his irresponsible grandson for not flawlessly rising to the thankless job, she snaps and tongue-lashes him. Pointing out how difficult it is and how much Jake's had to give up to be the American Dragon. Saying that it might have been stupid, but it wasn't selfish for him to want to actually want to be a kid for a few days-- generally considered her finest moment in the series.

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* BrokenAesop: In "Siren Says," Jake takes part in a bachelor auction, rigging the bids so that he ends up with the beautiful captain of the school swimming team, Danika Hunnicut. Trixie justifiably chews Jake out for his shallow behaviour, behavior, accusing him of only caring about looks. Over the next couple of days, Jake keeps falling into magical trances whenever he's around Danika, causing him to stumble into dangerous situations. Trixie suspects Danika of foul play, believing she is manipulating Jake for her own amusement. However, it is revealed Danika is innocent, and that the true culprit is [[spoiler: a [[EnthrallingSiren siren]] named Vicky Fickling, who was also bidding for Jake at the auction]], who framed Danika by giving her the magical necklace that caused Jake's trances. Once the matter is settled, Jake and his friends discuss what kind of lesson they were meant to take away from the experience, with Jake pointing out that if he ''hadn't'' chosen Danika for purely superficial reasons, he would have wound up with [[spoiler:an evil, mind-controlling siren]] rather than a [[BeautyEqualsGoodness genuinely nice and sweet girl]].
* CallingTheOldManOut: In the second to last episode 'Being Human' Jake has had enough after two years of having to deal with constant threats to the magical world. Getting in trouble with his dad and losing Rose while being expected never to falter or complain about his duty without time to enjoy himself whatsoever and deliberately gets his responsibility removed so he can relax actually be a fourteen year old kid for once. [[AnnoyingYoungerSibling Haley]] is given the responsibility in the meantime, and while at first claims she will be a better dragon than him, she turns into to a stressed out mess in less than a week. When Haley accidently accidentally reveals Jake got his powers removed on purpose, Lao Shi starts to rant about his irresponsible grandson for not flawlessly rising to the thankless job, she snaps and tongue-lashes him. Pointing out how difficult it is and how much Jake's had to give up to be the American Dragon. Saying that it might have been stupid, but it wasn't selfish for him to want to actually want to be a kid for a few days-- generally considered her finest moment in the series.



* DinosaursAreDragons: Jake's magic-hunting teacher Mr..(I mean Prof.) Rotwood had the theory that dragons were evolutions of the dinosaurs. Being the American Dragon, Jake knew this was a bunch of hooey.

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* DinosaursAreDragons: Jake's magic-hunting teacher Mr..Mr. (I mean Prof.) Rotwood had the theory that dragons were evolutions of the evolved from dinosaurs. Being the American Dragon, Jake knew this was a bunch of hooey.



* DominoMask: Jake wears one of these when he becomes a wrestler for one episode. Though, it's not meant to hide his identity as much as add to the costume of his wrestler persona: "Dragon Fire"

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* DominoMask: Jake wears one of these when he becomes a wrestler for one episode. Though, it's not meant to hide his identity as much as add to the costume of his wrestler persona: "Dragon Fire"Fire".



* MeaningfulName: Long = Dragon in Chinese. (It's his Anglo father's side of the family. Sure, he once claimed to also be of Chinese descent but, his basis for such a claim are questionable not only for the fact he doesn't look Asian)

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* MeaningfulName: Long = Dragon in Chinese. (It's his Anglo father's side of the family. Sure, he once claimed to also be of Chinese descent but, but his basis for such a claim are questionable is questionable, not only for the fact he doesn't look Asian)Asian.)
10th Nov '17 7:58:25 PM Pichu-kun
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* BilingualBonus: "Long" is the Mandarin word for "Dragon".

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* BilingualBonus: BilingualBonus:
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"Long" is the Mandarin word for "Dragon".



%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * CatchPhrase:
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample ** "Awwwwww, ''man''!"
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample ** "Dragon '''up'''!"

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CatchPhrase: Jake has two: "Awwwwww, ''man''!"
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''man''!" and "Dragon '''up'''!"'''up'''!"
* CerebusSyndrome: The second season is arguably darker than the first, complete with child abduction and onscreen genocide, although it is [[NeverSayDie pulled off in a more "family friendly" way]].



* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Rose's twin sister appeared as a baby in a flashback and was completely forgotten about by the time Rose found her parents.
** [[WordOfGod According to the creators]], her sister's whereabouts was going to be a/the [[WhatCouldHaveBeen main focus of season three]].

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Rose's twin sister appeared as a baby in a flashback and was completely forgotten about by the time Rose found her parents.
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parents. [[WordOfGod According to the creators]], her sister's whereabouts was going to be a/the [[WhatCouldHaveBeen main focus of season three]].



* DarkerAndEdgier: The second season is arguably darker than the first, complete with child abduction and onscreen genocide, although it is [[NeverSayDie pulled off in a more "family friendly" way]].
%% commenting out as ZeroContextExample * DatingCatwoman: Jake and Rose in the second season.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: The second season is arguably darker than the first, complete with child abduction and onscreen genocide, although it is [[NeverSayDie pulled off in a more "family friendly" way]].
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* DatingCatwoman: Jake and Rose in the second season.season. The two are enemies, with Jake being a dragon and Rose being from a clan that hunts dragons.



* HeelRealization: A minor one in 'Being Human' after Hailey lays into him about how hard it is and how much Jake has had to give up being the American Dragon, Lao Shi realises that he has been expecting too much from his grandson who is still just a boy and deserves time to enjoy himself, Which he gives him by halving his dragon training.

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* HeelRealization: HeelRealization:
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A minor one in 'Being Human' after Hailey lays into him about how hard it is and how much Jake has had to give up being the American Dragon, Lao Shi realises that he has been expecting too much from his grandson who is still just a boy and deserves time to enjoy himself, Which he gives him by halving his dragon training.



* JiveTurkey: Jake's street lingo gets pretty thick in the first season, though it's toned down in the second.
** As a nice touch, it gets thickest just when he's about to screw up because of his own overconfidence. When he starts taking things seriously and gets things done, his dialogue tones down accordingly.
** This is supposedly a reference to first or second generation Asian Americans embracing US culture. His alternative is to act like Grandpa.

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* JiveTurkey: JiveTurkey:
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Jake's street lingo gets pretty thick in the first season, though it's toned down in the second.
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second. As a nice touch, it gets thickest just when he's about to screw up because of his own overconfidence. When he starts taking things seriously and gets things done, his dialogue tones down accordingly.
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accordingly. This is supposedly a reference to first or second generation Asian Americans embracing US culture. His alternative is to act like Grandpa.



* MixAndMatchCritter: The Krylock, half-serpent and half-scorpion.

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* MixAndMatchCritter: MixAndMatchCritter:
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The Krylock, half-serpent and half-scorpion.



* NeverSayDie: The Huntsclan is "destroyed" by a magic wish, with all members inexplicably rising into the air and disappearing.
** Except for [[ThoseTwoBadGuys 88]] and [[PluckyComicRelief 89]], who quit just in time to save themselves.

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* NeverSayDie: The Huntsclan is "destroyed" by a magic wish, with all members inexplicably rising into the air and disappearing.
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disappearing. Except for [[ThoseTwoBadGuys 88]] and [[PluckyComicRelief 89]], who quit just in time to save themselves.



* RecessiveSuperGenes: Jake and his younger sister have the ability to transform into a dragon due to their DragonAncestry. The ability skipped his mother.



* SeriesContinuityError: The show has a decent number.

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* SeriesContinuityError: The show has a decent number.number:



* ShoutOut: Haley is named after after Eminem's daughter Halie Jade.

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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Haley is named after after Eminem's daughter Halie Jade.



* TalkingAnimal: Fu Dog, a 600 year-old Shar Pei with a Jersey accent.

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* TalkingAnimal: TalkingAnimal:
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Fu Dog, a 600 year-old Shar Pei with a Jersey accent.
26th Oct '17 6:04:13 PM Pichu-kun
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The series was canceled in fall 2007 after a run of 52 episodes. A similar premise exists in the Creator/CartoonNetwork show ''TheLifeAndTimesOfJuniperLee''.

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The series was canceled in fall 2007 after a run of 52 episodes. A similar premise exists in the Creator/CartoonNetwork show ''TheLifeAndTimesOfJuniperLee''.''WesternAnimation/TheLifeAndTimesOfJuniperLee''.
26th Oct '17 6:04:05 PM Pichu-kun
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OK, so that's almost ''all'' Disney Channel cartoons. More specifically, Jake Long is the "American Dragon", a cocky, brash youngster with the power to shapeshift into his reptilian alter-ego, serving as a sort of {{superhero}} for the magical creatures that [[{{Masquerade}} live in secret]] (Harry-Potter-style) in the human world.

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OK, so that's almost ''all'' Disney Channel cartoons. More specifically, Jake Long is the "American Dragon", a cocky, brash youngster with the power to shapeshift into his reptilian alter-ego, serving as a sort of {{superhero}} for the magical creatures that [[{{Masquerade}} live in secret]] (Harry-Potter-style) (''Harry''-''Potter''-style) in the human world.
18th Sep '17 6:18:26 AM CosmicFerret
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** The sharkwoman barfs up a license plate that says [[BackToTheFuture "Out-A-Time"]].

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** The sharkwoman barfs up a license plate that says [[BackToTheFuture [[Franchise/BackToTheFuture "Out-A-Time"]].
22nd Aug '17 5:07:07 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* {{Crossover}}: With ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'' on their show. The episode involved Jake inadvertently getting involved in an experiment hunt when he comes to Hawaii with his Grandpa for a skating competition and to investigate the seemingly supernatural ongoings of the island (which were really caused by Jumba's experiements).

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* {{Crossover}}: With ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'' on their show. The episode involved Jake inadvertently getting involved in an experiment hunt when he comes to Hawaii UsefulNotes/{{Hawaii}} with his Grandpa for a skating competition and to investigate the seemingly supernatural ongoings of the island (which were really caused by [[Characters/LiloAndStitchExperiments Jumba's experiements).experiments]]).
26th Jun '17 12:38:09 PM Fudogg2
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* AdultFear: "Dreamscape" depicts one of the most horrific ordeals imaginable to parents: [[spoiler: one of your daughters is kidnapped on the day of her birth, taken right out of her mother's arms while you're both restrained and helpless to do anything to help her. And you never get to learn what becomes of her]].
23rd Jun '17 10:06:59 PM Fudogg2
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** In "Fu and Tell", Fu Dog says that Haley taking him to her show and tell is his first time going to school. However, in "The Halloween Bash", he says that Lao-Shi sent him to obedience school.
** In "Body Guard Duty", it's established that [[PropheciesAreAlwaysRight the prophecies of the Oracle Twins always come true]], [[ProphecyTwist just not in the ways you'd expect]]. Even with the claim that there can be twists to the prophecies, the accuracy of Sara's vision in "The Academy" is dubious at best. She claims she sees a circle of skulls and magical creatures crying in agony, but when the Aztec Skull StoryArc concludes in "Homecoming", nothing ever comes of the magical creatures in agony part. Instead. [[spoiler: it's Huntsclan members who cry in agony]]. [[JustifiedTrope Justified somewhat]] in that this was confirmed to be due to ExecutiveMeddling. The original plan was that the Huntsman's wish for the destruction of all magical creatures started to be granted before Rose could stop him, but when Disney axed the original two-part episode, this got dropped.

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** In "Fu and Tell", Fu Dog says that Haley taking him to her show and tell is his first time going to school. However, in "The Halloween Bash", he says that Lao-Shi once sent him to obedience school.
** In "Body Guard Duty", it's established that [[PropheciesAreAlwaysRight the prophecies of the Oracle Twins always come true]], [[ProphecyTwist just not in the ways you'd expect]]. Even with the claim that there can be twists to the prophecies, the accuracy of Sara's vision in "The Academy" is dubious at best. She claims she sees a circle of skulls and magical creatures crying in agony, but when the Aztec Skull StoryArc concludes in "Homecoming", nothing ever comes of the magical creatures in agony part. Instead. Instead, [[spoiler: it's Huntsclan members who cry in agony]]. [[JustifiedTrope Justified somewhat]] in that this was confirmed to be due to ExecutiveMeddling. The original plan was that the Huntsman's wish for the destruction of all magical creatures started to be granted before Rose could stop him, but when Disney axed the original two-part episode, this got dropped.
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