History WesternAnimation / CodeLyoko

6th Apr '18 7:14:22 PM WillKeaton
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** The icons on Jérémie's computer are [[http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Aurebesh Aurebesh]], the writing system from ''Franchise/StarWars''.

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** The icons on Jérémie's computer are [[http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Aurebesh Aurebesh]], Aurebesh,]] the writing system from ''Franchise/StarWars''.
6th Apr '18 7:08:42 PM WillKeaton
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There is a short (5 minutes long) film made in 2001 by the creators of the show, ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgiNbuFwORw Garage Kids]]'', that is considered a test {{pilot}} for the series. It introduces the main characters and some future elements of ''Code Lyoko'', though there are differences both visually and plot-wise. ''Code Lyoko'' began broadcast in France in 2003 on France 3 and Canal J, and in the United States in 2004 on Cartoon Network. The TV series ended in 2007 after four seasons and 97 episodes (including a two-parter prequel).

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There is a short (5 minutes long) film made in 2001 by the creators of the show, ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgiNbuFwORw Garage Kids]]'', Kids,]]'' that is considered a test {{pilot}} for the series. It introduces the main characters and some future elements of ''Code Lyoko'', though there are differences both visually and plot-wise. ''Code Lyoko'' began broadcast in France in 2003 on France 3 and Canal J, and in the United States in 2004 on Cartoon Network. The TV series ended in 2007 after four seasons and 97 episodes (including a two-parter prequel).
4th Apr '18 7:00:28 PM tennyson
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* ContinuityNod: Odd's [[BlandNameProduct Tamaguchi]] Jean-Pierre has a brief life in a season one episode before before unceremoniously thrown away by [[AnnoyingYoungerSibling Hiroki Ishiyama]]. This event is referenced by Odd in the season four episode "A Space Oddity" when he question Hiroki's fitness to dogsit Kiwi.

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* ContinuityNod: Odd's [[BlandNameProduct Tamaguchi]] Jean-Pierre has a brief life in a season one episode before before unceremoniously thrown away by [[AnnoyingYoungerSibling Hiroki Ishiyama]]. This event is referenced by Odd in the season four episode "A Space Oddity" when he question questions Hiroki's fitness to dogsit Kiwi.
4th Apr '18 3:00:48 PM system
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4th Apr '18 2:43:11 PM tusdgutygjuthjutg
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4th Apr '18 1:51:18 PM StFan
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** Jeremy: "Virtualization!"

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** Jeremy: Jérémie: "Virtualization!"



* WouldHurtAChild: XANA has no qualms about outright ''murdering'' the Lyoko Warriors. Granted, they are teenagers (12-15 as the series passes); However, this trope remains.
* WorldInTheSky: The four main sectors of Lyoko are composed of [[FloatingContinent floating islands]] above the Digital Sea. The Mountain Sector, in particular, evokes this trope.

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* WouldHurtAChild: XANA has no qualms about outright ''murdering'' the Lyoko Warriors. Granted, they are teenagers (12-15 as the series passes); However, however, this trope remains.
* WorldInTheSky: The four main sectors of Lyoko are composed of [[FloatingContinent floating islands]] above the Digital Sea. The Mountain Sector, in particular, evokes the most this trope.
4th Apr '18 10:30:27 AM hnjsrtjgfvjtygy
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4th Apr '18 10:29:43 AM hnjsrtjgfvjtygy
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4th Apr '18 6:41:43 AM StFan
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* CallBack: Jérémie builds a Kiwi-shaped robot in the season one episode "The Robots", which shows back up again [[spoiler:in a Xanafied version]] in season four's "Canine Conundrum".



* ContinuityNod: Jeremy builds a Kiwi-shaped robot in the season one episode "The Robots," which shows back up again [[spoiler: in a Xanafied version]] in season four's "Canine Conundrum."
** Odd's [[BlandNameProduct Tamaguchi]] Jean-Pierre has a brief life in a season one episode before before unceremoniously thrown away by [[AnnoyingYoungerSibling Hiroki Ishiyama]]. This event is referenced by Odd in the season four episode "A Space Oddity" when he question Hiromi's fitness to dogsit Kiwi.

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* ContinuityNod: Jeremy builds a Kiwi-shaped robot in the season one episode "The Robots," which shows back up again [[spoiler: in a Xanafied version]] in season four's "Canine Conundrum."
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Odd's [[BlandNameProduct Tamaguchi]] Jean-Pierre has a brief life in a season one episode before before unceremoniously thrown away by [[AnnoyingYoungerSibling Hiroki Ishiyama]]. This event is referenced by Odd in the season four episode "A Space Oddity" when he question Hiromi's Hiroki's fitness to dogsit Kiwi.
3rd Apr '18 10:34:53 PM tennyson
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* ContinuityNod: Jeremy builds a Kiwi-shaped robot in the season one episode "The Robots," which shows back up again [[spoiler: in a Xanafied version]] in season four's episode "Canine Conundrum."
** Odd's [[BlandNameProduct Tamaguchi]] Jean-Pierre has a brief life in a season one episode before before unceremoniously thrown away by [[AnnoyingYoungerSibling Hiroki Ishiyama]]. This event is referenced by Odd in season four episode "A Space Oddity" when he question Hiromi's fitness to dogs Kiwi.

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* ContinuityNod: Jeremy builds a Kiwi-shaped robot in the season one episode "The Robots," which shows back up again [[spoiler: in a Xanafied version]] in season four's episode "Canine Conundrum."
** Odd's [[BlandNameProduct Tamaguchi]] Jean-Pierre has a brief life in a season one episode before before unceremoniously thrown away by [[AnnoyingYoungerSibling Hiroki Ishiyama]]. This event is referenced by Odd in the season four episode "A Space Oddity" when he question Hiromi's fitness to dogs dogsit Kiwi.
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