History WesternAnimation / CodeLyoko

12th Oct '16 9:07:56 AM erforce
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** In one episode, Odd comments on being great with women; immediately, a girl walks up to Odd and smacks him; he has just finished commenting on "not knowing what this is about" when another girl, seeing the first, walks up and smacks him for being seen with the other girl. Odd then admits he [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean might have deserved that one.]]

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** In one episode, Odd comments on being great with women; immediately, a girl walks up to Odd and smacks him; he has just finished commenting on "not knowing what this is about" when another girl, seeing the first, walks up and smacks him for being seen with the other girl. Odd then admits he [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanTheCurseOfTheBlackPearl might have deserved that one.]]



** In the episode "Attack of the Zombies", Bruce Willis himself gets name-dropped. In an earlier episode "Holiday in the Fog," Sissi describes Jeremie as "[[ClosestThingWeGot The closest thing to]] Bruce Willis."

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** In the episode "Attack of the Zombies", Bruce Willis Creator/BruceWillis himself gets name-dropped. In an earlier episode "Holiday in the Fog," Sissi describes Jeremie as "[[ClosestThingWeGot The closest thing to]] Bruce Willis."



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8th Oct '16 10:56:23 AM DustSnitch
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** The first time that the party dematerialized one of their number [[CriticalExistenceFailure with their weapons]], it looked like this, with Yumi sounding grimly resolute and {{Badass}} when she suggested it. Later on, as the gang becomes more experienced, it becomes more of an accepted way of salvaging the mission when Jérémie is unable to act.

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** The first time that the party dematerialized one of their number [[CriticalExistenceFailure with their weapons]], it looked like this, with Yumi sounding grimly resolute and {{Badass}} when she suggested it. Later on, as the gang becomes more experienced, it becomes more of an accepted way of salvaging the mission when Jérémie is unable to act.
26th Sep '16 6:47:48 AM foxley
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* TheJailer: When XANA has a reason to take an enemy alive, he uses a Guardian, a monster Aelita describes as a "digital jail". Exactly how it captures a victim isn't known, as both times, it happened offscreen (although Aelita's reaction suggests it isn't pleasant) and once that happens, the prisoner is kept in an unconscious state inside the Guardian, which seems almost indestructible from outside force. However, it seems even dumber than XANA's other mooks, and can be fooled easily if presented with a clone or illusion of the intended target.
20th Jun '16 12:06:00 PM ThePest179
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** In the episode "End of Take", a film is being shot with an alien that resembles a [[Franchise/{{Alien}} Xenomorph]].
27th May '16 7:00:55 AM StFan
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*** [[spoiler: delightfully subverted where he gets briefly confused after trying to say the scanner lines with the names after a freaky friday swap. After struggling with it for a moment he finally says "Whatever, scanner virtualization". ]]
27th May '16 12:41:28 AM Cupcakes
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*** [[spoiler: delightfully subverted where he gets briefly confused after trying to say the scanner lines with the names after a freaky friday swap. After struggling with it for a moment he finally says "Whatever, scanner virtualization". ]]
17th Apr '16 7:30:28 PM smalltime
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* PlotMandatedFriendshipFailure: In "Laughing Fit" Yumi's parents have a falling out for reasons that are never explained.
17th Apr '16 5:30:14 PM smalltime
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* ContrivedCoincidence: In "The Girl of the Dreams" a girl named Taelia, who looks identical to Aelita, enrolls in Kadic shortly after Jeremie tries out a method to materialize Aelita. They try to contact Aelita in Lyoko just to make sure it's really her, but Aelita happens to have been captured by XANA.
27th Mar '16 11:17:37 PM shatterstar
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* MultipleDemographicAppeal: For an action series aimed at 6 to 12-year-old boys, the show has a surprising amount of teenage and older fans of both genders.

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* MultipleDemographicAppeal: For an action series aimed at 6 to 12-year-old boys, the show has a surprising amount of teenage and older fans of both genders. This can be explained due to amount of Fanservice from both gender, the dark theme, semi-complex plot and the well-rounded female characters balanced out with the male ones.
20th Mar '16 4:04:52 PM shatterstar
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* DecoyProtagonist: Sissi in the pilot. While not as extreme as most examples (she is still a major supporting character), it should be noted that she is introduced before Yumi and has more plot importance and scenes than her in the first episode.

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* DecoyProtagonist: Sissi in the pilot.two-part prequel. While not as extreme as most examples (she is still a major supporting character), it should be noted that she is introduced before Yumi and has more plot importance and scenes than her in the first episode.
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