History WesternAnimation / CaptainPlanetAndThePlaneteers

28th Apr '16 6:30:13 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* EvilBrit: Argos Bleak, MAL, and Zarm.

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* EvilBrit: {{Evil Brit}}s: Argos Bleak, MAL, and Zarm.
28th Apr '16 4:27:13 PM fruitstripegum
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* EvilBrits: Argos Bleak, MAL, and Zarm.

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* EvilBrits: EvilBrit: Argos Bleak, MAL, and Zarm.
12th Feb '16 8:39:54 AM Drakkenmensch
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** Wheeler's fire ring would be incredibly deadly and useful to fight evil in the real world... but in a saturday morning cartoon show, [[MoralGuardians broadcast standards and practice]] forbid him from ever actually setting anything on fire for destructive purposes, only occasionally getting an accidental comedic singe.


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** Wheeler's fire ring would be incredibly deadly and useful to fight evil in the real world... but in a saturday morning cartoon show, [[MoralGuardians broadcast standards and practice]] forbid him from ever actually setting anything on fire for destructive purposes, only occasionally getting an accidental comedic singe.
12th Feb '16 8:39:03 AM Drakkenmensch
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** Wheeler's fire ring would be incredibly deadly and useful to fight evil in the real world... but in a saturday morning cartoon show, [[MoralGuardians broadcast standards and practice]] forbid him from ever actually setting anything on fire for destructive purposes, only occasionally getting an accidental comedic singe.
3rd Jan '16 2:58:53 PM cinereousvulture
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* EvilBrits: Argos Bleak, MAL, and Zarm.
23rd Nov '15 4:22:02 AM heiditropes
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** Looten Plunder and Doctor Blight in Send In the Clones. In perhaps the most extreme case of the experiment that had GoneHorriblyWrong in the whole series, which saw a boy being cloning thousands of times, even Blight wanted to see the cloning reversed

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** Looten Plunder and Doctor Blight in Send In the Clones. In perhaps the most extreme case of the experiment that had GoneHorriblyWrong in the whole series, which saw a boy being cloning cloned thousands of times, even Blight wanted to see the cloning reversed
reversed. Plunder agreed in the end that it had gone too far, but he of all people took a surprisingly long time to realise it was no longer fun and games.
23rd Nov '15 4:20:06 AM heiditropes
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* VillainsWantMercy: In one episode, Dr. Blight begs Captain Planet to save her from being trampled to death by a genetically altered steer (that she created) stating, "You have to save me! It's in your hero code!" Cap admits she's right and does save her.

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* VillainsWantMercy: In one episode, The usual recipe for this was Doctor Blight's latest experiment has GoneHorriblyWrong.
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Dr. Blight begs Captain Planet to save her from being trampled to death by a genetically altered steer (that she created) stating, "You have to save me! It's in your hero code!" Cap admits she's right and does save her.her.
** Looten Plunder when the robotic wolf Blight had made him malfunctions and goes crazy.
** Hoggish Greedly when his son almost dies due to smog produced by Greedly's road hog cars.
** Sly Sludge when the garbage eating monsters he released are getting out of control. It would have been perfect had Wheeler not thrown Sludge's briefcase of money to the garbage monster at the last minute.
** Looten Plunder and Doctor Blight in Send In the Clones. In perhaps the most extreme case of the experiment that had GoneHorriblyWrong in the whole series, which saw a boy being cloning thousands of times, even Blight wanted to see the cloning reversed

* WardrobeMalfunction: Doctor Blight, when she squeezes into a pair of her sister's shorts in an attempt to disguise herself as her sister. As Blight sits down, she splits the shorts.
23rd Nov '15 3:54:01 AM heiditropes
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* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Looten Plunder and Hoggish Greedly. Sly Sludge often had elements of this, but he wasn't nearly as rich or as powerful as Greedly or Plunder.

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* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Looten Plunder and to a smaller extent Hoggish Greedly. Sly Sludge often had elements of this, but he wasn't nearly as rich or as powerful as Greedly or Plunder.
23rd Nov '15 3:52:18 AM heiditropes
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* CuriousQualmsOfConscience: Rigger. Especially towards the end of the series, he would frequently be alarmed at his boss Greedly's actions and point out obvious environmental/ social impacts in an apparent hope that his boss will be concerned too. Unfortunately though, Greedly's response to CaptainObvious was never favourable, and Rigger didn't act on his conscience.
23rd Nov '15 3:17:55 AM heiditropes
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* BittersweetEnding: Talkin' Trash. Yeah, Skumm's EvilPlan failed and Trish has been reformed, but Frankie is dead.

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* BittersweetEnding: BittersweetEnding:
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Talkin' Trash. Trash: Yeah, Skumm's EvilPlan failed and Trish has been reformed, but Frankie is dead. dead.
** Mind Pollution: Again, Skumm's EvilPlan failed, and Linka has found the willpower to face her addiction, but her cousin is dead.
** Radiant Amazon: Nukem and Sludge have been stopped from dumping their toxic waste in the rainforest near Ma-ti's village, but Ma-ti is still crying at the end because he knows his village will face further attacks before long.
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