History WesternAnimation / DangerMouse

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* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: Nero.
21st May '18 2:45:43 AM JadedStreak
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** Dawn Crumhorn's pony looks ''very'' suspiciously like [[Characters/FriendshipIsMagicTwilightSparkle Twilight Sparkle]].
20th May '18 3:46:32 PM okaifjokgsgh
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20th May '18 5:50:09 AM PaulA
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* DontTryThisAtHome: During the climactic fight in "Quark Games", Penfold turns to the camera to announce that the participants are trained professionals and viewers should not attempt to do what they're doing at home.
16th May '18 6:10:54 AM JadedStreak
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* MaleGaze: Probably unintentional, but at one point in "Megahurtz Attacks" the camera at one point focuses on Professor Squawkencluck's backside (the context was that Danger Mouse noticed a screwdriver in her back pocket that he needed).
13th May '18 7:04:26 AM rhgjdxghnjgvfjn
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13th May '18 6:17:29 AM PaulA
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* FunnyBackgroundEvent: In "Danger at C Level", DM attempts to save the world without interrupting Penfold's holiday, resulting in several scenes where DM fights a monster in the background while an oblivious Penfold plays his computer in the foreground.

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In "Danger at C Level", DM attempts to save the world without interrupting Penfold's holiday, resulting in several scenes where DM fights a monster in the background while an oblivious Penfold plays his computer in the foreground.foreground.
** In "The Other Day, the Earth Stood Still", Penfold starts experimenting with DM's jet pack while DM is being briefed by Colonel K, going on an erratic flight around the room unnoticed by the others and finally coming to a graceful landing just as the briefing ends and DM heads off.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Extremely rare in the original 1981 series, but not unknown--

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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Non-lethally in "The Other Day, the Earth Stood Still". Greenback dons a pair of extra-specially heavy boots so that he is the only person not affected when he turns off the Earth's gravity -- but when DM comes after him, he finds that they make it impossible for him to make a quick get-away.
13th May '18 6:10:34 AM PaulA
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* MonumentalDamage: In the first 2015 series episode, DM's over-enthusiastic pursuit of the Frog's Head Flyer through London results in the destruction of the Gherkin, the London Eye, and Buckingham Palace.

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In the first 2015 series episode, DM's over-enthusiastic pursuit of the Frog's Head Flyer through London results in the destruction of the Gherkin, the London Eye, and Buckingham Palace.Palace.
** In "The Other Day, the Earth Stood Still", the narrator remarks that the Eiffel Tower has stood proud and undamaged for many years, moments before DM drives into it in his haste to get at the Baron. Also, the montages showing the Baron's plan going into effect around the world feature many iconic monuments, all of which suffer some degree of damage.



* ShoppingCartAntics: In "The Other Day the Earth Stood Still", Baron Greenback brings all of the world's vehicles to a halt, except two: a rusty rocket that is blasting off, and a shopping trolley rolling across a supermarket car park. DM immediately decides that the most suspicious is...the shopping trolley! Professor Squawkencluck then suggests that the rocket might be more worthy of investigation.

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* ShoppingCartAntics: In "The Other Day the Earth Stood Still", Baron Greenback brings all of the world's vehicles to a halt, except two: a rusty rocket that is blasting off, and a shopping trolley rolling across a supermarket car park. DM immediately decides that the most suspicious is...the shopping trolley! Professor Squawkencluck Penfold then suggests that the rocket might be more worthy of investigation.
11th May '18 2:08:06 PM JadedStreak
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Extremely rare, but not unknown--
** The fog monster of old London Town in "The Four Tasks Of Danger Mouse" disguises himself as a bath house where DM is taking a shower. The fog monster dissipates afterward- leaving DM in front of us, bare-bottomed.
** DM delivers this couplet in "Penfold B.F." as Penfold (as inept rhyming superhero The Blue Flash) continues to mess up his attempts to capture a Patagonian pygmy pigeon:

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Extremely rare, rare in the original 1981 series, but not unknown--
** *** The fog monster of old London Town in "The Four Tasks Of Danger Mouse" disguises himself as a bath house where DM is taking a shower. The fog monster dissipates afterward- leaving DM in front of us, bare-bottomed.
** *** DM delivers this couplet in "Penfold B.F." as Penfold (as inept rhyming superhero The Blue Flash) continues to mess up his attempts to capture a Patagonian pygmy pigeon:



** A rather mild instance: In "Turn Of The Tide", Penfold makes a malapropism of the name of the moon crater Copernicus, calling it "copper knickers." In the same episode he also refers to Lars Bosom (large bosom).
** One of the video games is called ''Danger Mouse in Making Whoopee!''.
** In episode 4 of the 2015 series, Professor Squawkencluck describes her latest invention as "small, but immensely powerful". DM smugly retorts "Often said about yours truly", to which Squawkencluck replies "In your dreams".
** Also in the reboot, Jeopardy Mouse's boss is General E. Normous Schwartznut, which is pretty self-explanatory.
** "Danger Fan" starts with DM and Penfold en route in the Mark III and Penfold trying to have breakfast with DM spotting a giant snowman. DM tells Penfold "Hold on to your sausage!"
** In "Tomorrow Never Comes", Danger Mouse actually gets away with (admittedly minor) cursing when The Princess escapes on a flying unicorn--

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** *** A rather mild instance: In "Turn Of The Tide", Penfold makes a malapropism of the name of the moon crater Copernicus, calling it "copper knickers." In the same episode he also refers to Lars Bosom (large bosom).
** *** One of the video games is called ''Danger Mouse in Making Whoopee!''.
** In episode 4 of The reboot, on the 2015 series, other hand, cranks it up a bit:
*** "Danger at C Level" has a scene of Colonel K showing DM how the sea monsters have started to attack their headquarters. One shot is
Professor Squawkencluck being attacked by tentacles - in a cubicle. [[AllAnimeisNaughtyTentacles The result looks pretty suggestive, to say the least...]]
*** In "Planet of the Toilets",
Squawkencluck describes her latest invention as "small, but immensely powerful". DM smugly retorts "Often said about yours truly", to which Squawkencluck replies "In your dreams".
** Also in the reboot, *** Jeopardy Mouse's boss is named General E. Normous Schwartznut, which is pretty self-explanatory.
** *** "Danger Fan" starts with DM and Penfold en route in the Mark III and Penfold trying to have breakfast with DM spotting a giant snowman. DM tells Penfold "Hold on to your sausage!"
** *** In "Tomorrow Never Comes", Danger Mouse actually gets away with (admittedly minor) cursing when The Princess escapes on a flying unicorn--



** At the end of "Ground-Mouse Day", DM learns from Penfold that each alternate timeline Count Duckula created for the episode ended with Jeopardy Mouse placing DM under arrest, so he takes revenge on her by using Duckula's machine at a time when Jeopardy's about to receive a medal from General Schwartznut. The result is Jeopardy ''spanking'' Schwartznut (now wearing GoofyPrintUnderwear) with a tennis racket.

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** *** At the end of "Ground-Mouse Day", DM learns from Penfold that each alternate timeline Count Duckula created for the episode ended with Jeopardy Mouse placing DM under arrest, so he takes revenge on her by using Duckula's machine at a time when Jeopardy's about to receive a medal from General Schwartznut. The result is Jeopardy ''spanking'' Schwartznut (now wearing GoofyPrintUnderwear) with a tennis racket.
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