History WesternAnimation / ChalkZone

5th Jan '18 12:39:33 PM nombretomado
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** [[PunnyName "Thor Throat"]] from "The Heist" is a HulkHogan expy.

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** [[PunnyName "Thor Throat"]] from "The Heist" is a HulkHogan Wrestling/HulkHogan expy.
24th Dec '17 1:30:13 AM CaptainTedium
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** "Skrawl's Song", which gets a few updates/reprises among various episode.
** The female smudge from "The Smudges" gets a brief one where she possesses Snap, makes him play the piano, and sings a couple verses about wanting Snap, Penny, Rudy, and Queen Rapsheeba to go away.
** ''The Day [=ChalkZone=] Stood Still'' has Old Man This Year sing "I'm Out of Time" after he has made [=ChalkZone=] freeze in time so that he doesn't have to give his crown to Baby New Year.

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** Skrawl sings "Skrawl's Song", Song" in his debut episode "The Skrawl", which later gets reprised with different lyrics in "Chalk Queen" and "Double Trouble", the last one having it become a few updates/reprises among various episode.
duet with Craniac 4.
** The Zibble, the female smudge from "The Smudges" Smudges", gets a brief one where she possesses Snap, makes him play the piano, and sings a couple verses about wanting Snap, Penny, Rudy, and Queen Rapsheeba to go away.
** ''The "The Day [=ChalkZone=] Stood Still'' Still" has Old Man This Year sing "I'm Out of Time" after he has made [=ChalkZone=] freeze in time so that he doesn't have to give his crown to Baby New Year.
24th Dec '17 1:20:46 AM CaptainTedium
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* AdultsAreUseless: Every single one.
* AlwaysNight: The Nightzone.

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* AdultsAreUseless: Every single one.
adult character is barely able to do anything without Rudy and/or Penny's help.
* AllJustADream: "The White Board" ends with the revelation that Rudy's journey to White Board Zone was just a dream.
* AlwaysNight: The Nightzone.Nightzone is a portion of [=ChalkZone=] that's always at nighttime.


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** "Reggie the Red" is a continuation of "Battle of the Hands" and involves Reggie Bullnerd finding the piece of red chalk from the latter episode under Mr. Wilter's desk and using it to terrorize everyone in [=ChalkZone=].
20th Dec '17 11:11:47 PM CaptainTedium
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* TheNameIsBondJamesBond: In the episode "2:40", James Band introduces himself to Snap and Queen Rapsheeba in this manner.
-->'''James Band''': The name is Band. James Band.


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* TotemPoleTrench: "Teacher's Lounge" had Rudy and Snap try to infiltrate a meeting of chalk drawings of teachers by having Rudy stand on Snap's shoulders and wear glasses, a fake nose and mustache, and a graduation cap and gown.
20th Dec '17 2:37:56 AM CaptainTedium
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** "The Doofi", which introduced Rudy and Penny's {{Oddball Doppelganger}}s Doofus Rudy and Doofus Penny, received two sequel episodes in "Killer Breath" Doofus Penny's Grand Opening". The former had Doofus Penny try to help Doofus Rudy's search for the perfect art model by using an invention to merge baby's breath with the killer bush Doofus Rudy was trying to paint, inadvertently creating the monster Killer Breath. The latter had Doofus Rudy open a Scientastical Hall of Wondoors and force Snap to follow her tour.

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** "The Doofi", which introduced Rudy and Penny's {{Oddball Doppelganger}}s Doofus Rudy and Doofus Penny, received two sequel episodes in "Killer Breath" Doofus and "Doofus Penny's Grand Opening". The former had Doofus Penny try to help Doofus Rudy's search for the perfect art model by using an invention to merge baby's breath with the killer bush Doofus Rudy was trying to paint, inadvertently creating the monster Killer Breath. The latter had Doofus Rudy open a Scientastical Hall of Wondoors and force Snap to follow her tour.
20th Dec '17 2:36:24 AM CaptainTedium
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** "The Doofi", which introduced Rudy and Penny's {{Oddball Doppelganger}}s Doofus Rudy and Doofus Penny, received two sequel episodes in "Killer Breath" Doofus Penny's Grand Opening". The former had Doofus Penny try to help Doofus Rudy's search for the perfect art model by using an invention to merge baby's breath with the killer bush Doofus Rudy was trying to paint, inadvertently creating the monster Killer Bush. The latter had Doofus Rudy open a Scientastical Hall of Wondoors and force Snap to follow her tour.

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** "The Doofi", which introduced Rudy and Penny's {{Oddball Doppelganger}}s Doofus Rudy and Doofus Penny, received two sequel episodes in "Killer Breath" Doofus Penny's Grand Opening". The former had Doofus Penny try to help Doofus Rudy's search for the perfect art model by using an invention to merge baby's breath with the killer bush Doofus Rudy was trying to paint, inadvertently creating the monster Killer Bush.Breath. The latter had Doofus Rudy open a Scientastical Hall of Wondoors and force Snap to follow her tour.
20th Dec '17 2:35:13 AM CaptainTedium
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* SequelEpisode: Many episodes are sequels to previous episodes.
** "Follow the Bouncing Bag" has Vinnie Raton from "Hole in the Wall" return to continue his attempts at finding [=ChalkZone=] so he can make a profit by exploiting [=ChalkZone=] and its inhabitants.
** "Disarmed Rudy" is a continuation of "Pumpkin Love" and features Jacko trying to force Rudy to draw him a new bride as restitution for taking the woman he fell in love with (not knowing that the pumpkin-headed woman he fell for was really an entry Rudy made for the school's jack-o-lantern contest).
** There were several episodes involving Snap hosting a show where he had another Zoner shoot footage of [=ChalkZone=] wildlife or snoop on another Zoner. The episodes were "Beanie Boys to Men" (where Spy Fly was sent to observe Skrawl's minions undergo their training), "Wild [=ChalkZone=]" (where Snap tried to get Push to shoot footage of the blechy bugs), and "Journey to the Center of the Yeti" (where Spy Fly was sent to find proof of other life forms hiding in the fur of the Yadda Yadda Yeti from "That Thing You Drew".
** "The Doofi", which introduced Rudy and Penny's {{Oddball Doppelganger}}s Doofus Rudy and Doofus Penny, received two sequel episodes in "Killer Breath" Doofus Penny's Grand Opening". The former had Doofus Penny try to help Doofus Rudy's search for the perfect art model by using an invention to merge baby's breath with the killer bush Doofus Rudy was trying to paint, inadvertently creating the monster Killer Bush. The latter had Doofus Rudy open a Scientastical Hall of Wondoors and force Snap to follow her tour.
** "The Further Adventures of Super Hero Snap" continues "Super Hero Snap" by having Generic Man ask for Snap's help again when Major Brand escapes from prison.
** "Snap vs. [=BooRat=]" revolves around a VillainTeamUp with Vinnie Raton and Terry Bouffant, making it a sequel episode to "Hole in the Wall" and "Follow the Bouncing Bag" as well as "Indecent Exposure".
16th Dec '17 8:54:28 PM nombretomado
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'''''[=ChalkZone=]''''' (2002-2008) is a {{Creator/Nickelodeon}} cartoon that, like fellow Nicktoon ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'', began as a series of shorts on ''OhYeahCartoons''. It apparently finds its roots in an older cartoon with the same premise, ''Simon in the Land of Chalk Drawings'', which coincidentally had also come on Nickelodeon at one time (as part of the network's earliest program, ''Series/{{Pinwheel}}''). However, an interview with creator Bill Burnett confirms that ''[=ChalkZone=]'' is ''not'' an intentionally modernized version of ''Simon in the Land of Chalk Drawings.'' It is the 15th show in the line of Nickelodeon's original animated series known as Franchise/{{Nicktoons}}.

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'''''[=ChalkZone=]''''' (2002-2008) is a {{Creator/Nickelodeon}} cartoon that, like fellow Nicktoon ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'', began as a series of shorts on ''OhYeahCartoons''.''WesternAnimation/OhYeahCartoons''. It apparently finds its roots in an older cartoon with the same premise, ''Simon in the Land of Chalk Drawings'', which coincidentally had also come on Nickelodeon at one time (as part of the network's earliest program, ''Series/{{Pinwheel}}''). However, an interview with creator Bill Burnett confirms that ''[=ChalkZone=]'' is ''not'' an intentionally modernized version of ''Simon in the Land of Chalk Drawings.'' It is the 15th show in the line of Nickelodeon's original animated series known as Franchise/{{Nicktoons}}.



* ArtEvolution: Everything's cleaned up from the ''OhYeahCartoons'' shorts to the actual show. Rudy's appearance changed, too, however this was because the original shorts take place two years before the show.

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* ArtEvolution: Everything's cleaned up from the ''OhYeahCartoons'' ''WesternAnimation/OhYeahCartoons'' shorts to the actual show. Rudy's appearance changed, too, however this was because the original shorts take place two years before the show.



* VocalEvolution: The ''OhYeahCartoons'' shorts gave Rudy a higher pitched voice (justified, he was younger than he was in the actual show), and Snap's accent got heavier (he also had a higher voice in early episodes).

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* VocalEvolution: The ''OhYeahCartoons'' ''WesternAnimation/OhYeahCartoons'' shorts gave Rudy a higher pitched voice (justified, he was younger than he was in the actual show), and Snap's accent got heavier (he also had a higher voice in early episodes).



* WholeEpisodeFlashback: The first two shorts from ''OhYeahCartoons'' were turned into flashbacks in episodes of the series.

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* WholeEpisodeFlashback: The first two shorts from ''OhYeahCartoons'' ''WesternAnimation/OhYeahCartoons'' were turned into flashbacks in episodes of the series.
29th Nov '17 11:52:21 AM CaptainTedium
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* BankruptcyBarrel: A flashback in the episode "Draw and Let Draw" shows a hairy [=ChalkZone=] inhabitant wearing a barrel after being shaved.
26th Nov '17 4:49:44 AM CaptainTedium
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'''''[=ChalkZone=]''''' (2002-2008) is a {{Creator/Nickelodeon}} cartoon that, like fellow Nicktoon ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'', began as a series of shorts on ''Oh Yeah! Cartoons''. It apparently finds its roots in an older cartoon with the same premise, ''Simon in the Land of Chalk Drawings'', which coincidentally had also come on Nickelodeon at one time (as part of the network's earliest program, ''Series/{{Pinwheel}}''). However, an interview with creator Bill Burnett confirms that ''[=ChalkZone=]'' is ''not'' an intentionally modernized version of ''Simon in the Land of Chalk Drawings.'' It is the 15th show in the line of Nickelodeon's original animated series known as Franchise/{{Nicktoons}}.

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'''''[=ChalkZone=]''''' (2002-2008) is a {{Creator/Nickelodeon}} cartoon that, like fellow Nicktoon ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'', began as a series of shorts on ''Oh Yeah! Cartoons''.''OhYeahCartoons''. It apparently finds its roots in an older cartoon with the same premise, ''Simon in the Land of Chalk Drawings'', which coincidentally had also come on Nickelodeon at one time (as part of the network's earliest program, ''Series/{{Pinwheel}}''). However, an interview with creator Bill Burnett confirms that ''[=ChalkZone=]'' is ''not'' an intentionally modernized version of ''Simon in the Land of Chalk Drawings.'' It is the 15th show in the line of Nickelodeon's original animated series known as Franchise/{{Nicktoons}}.



* ArtEvolution: Everything's cleaned up from the OhYeahCartoons shorts to the actual show. Rudy's appearance changed, too, however this was because the original shorts take place two years before the show.

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* ArtEvolution: Everything's cleaned up from the OhYeahCartoons ''OhYeahCartoons'' shorts to the actual show. Rudy's appearance changed, too, however this was because the original shorts take place two years before the show.



* EvolvingCredits: The original opening credits of the show featured clips from the original Oh Yeah! shorts, but those clips were eventually replaced with clips from the actual series.

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* EvolvingCredits: The original opening credits of the show featured clips from the original Oh Yeah! ''WesternAnimation/OhYeahCartoons'' shorts, but those clips were eventually replaced with clips from the actual series.



* MythologyGag: It may be unintentional, but Snap's color scheme in darker environments (as seen in "The Quicksand Man") is identical to his color scheme in the original "Oh Yeah!" shorts.
* TheNapoleon: Reggie Bullnerd

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* MythologyGag: It may be unintentional, but Snap's color scheme in darker environments (as seen in "The Quicksand Man") is identical to his color scheme in the original "Oh Yeah!" shorts.
* TheNapoleon: Reggie Bullnerd
''WesternAnimation/OhYeahCartoons'' shorts.



* OurDragonsAreDifferent: One of the original Oh Yeah! Cartoon shorts, Chalk Rain, deals with a giant sidewalk chalk Chinese Long dragon washed away by the rain before its artist back in China could finish giving him wings. He's exceptionally irate because of this and only calms down when Rudy draws him giant butterfly wings to fly away on, trailing a rainbow.

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* OurDragonsAreDifferent: One of the original Oh Yeah! Cartoon ''WesternAnimation/OhYeahCartoons'' shorts, Chalk Rain, deals with a giant sidewalk chalk Chinese Long dragon washed away by the rain before its artist back in China could finish giving him wings. He's exceptionally irate because of this and only calms down when Rudy draws him giant butterfly wings to fly away on, trailing a rainbow.



** In French Fry Falls, when Biclops tells the story of how he and Rudy met, after defeating the giant, eight year old Rudy and Snap notice the sun setting, indicating a day/night cycle. This concept is retconned in later episodes where it's established that [=ChalkZone=] has no day/night cycle and instead is divided into areas of permanent day and permanent night.
* ShapedLikeItself: In the (ultimately non-canon) Oh Yeah! short "Chalk Rain", the rain in Chalkzone is formed by sidewalk drawings being washed away... by the rain.

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** In French "French Fry Falls, Falls", when Biclops tells the story of how he and Rudy met, after defeating the giant, eight year old Rudy and Snap notice the sun setting, indicating a day/night cycle. This concept is retconned in later episodes where it's established that [=ChalkZone=] has no day/night cycle and instead is divided into areas of permanent day and permanent night.
* ShapedLikeItself: In the (ultimately non-canon) Oh Yeah! ''WesternAnimation/OhYeahCartoons'' short "Chalk Rain", the rain in Chalkzone is formed by sidewalk drawings being washed away... by the rain.
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