History WesternAnimation / DangerMouse

2nd Dec '16 4:23:58 PM foxley
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* ChainedHeat: In "Cheesemageddon", Danger Mouse arrests Baron Greenback, then gets a call from Professor Sqwarkandcluck. "Have you seen my prototype indestructible handcuffs? They're made of Convenientium, a metal so rare there wasn't enough left over to make a key".
12th Nov '16 8:54:04 PM VanessaE
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* ToTheBatpole: The couch ''cum'' express lift down to the garage. Averted twice, in "Mechanised Mayhem" (when the lift is one of the rebelling machines) and "Viva Danger Mouse" (when the lift is out of commission); both times, they have to take the stairs, to Penfold's relief.

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* ToTheBatpole: The couch ''cum'' express lift down to the garage. Averted twice, in "Mechanised Mayhem" (when the lift is one of the rebelling machines) and "Viva Danger Mouse" (when the lift is out of commission); both times, they have to take the stairs, to Penfold's relief.
9th Nov '16 7:03:01 PM Phred
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* EmergingFromTheShadows: Parodied in "Mouse Fall", where Crumhorn's repeated attempts to step out of the shadows for the audience's benefit are thwarted by the light he attempts to step into shorting out.
9th Nov '16 2:50:29 PM DaibhidC
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* WholePlotReference: In "Mousefall" a previously unknown villain releases all DM's foes from Arkwright Asylum, in order to wear Danger Mouse out before he reveals himself. [[Comicbook/{{Knightfall}} Even the title sounds familiar]].


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* WholePlotReference: In "Mousefall" a previously unknown villain releases all DM's foes from Arkwright Asylum, in order to wear Danger Mouse out before he reveals himself. [[Comicbook/{{Knightfall}} Even the title sounds familiar]].
9th Nov '16 2:48:56 PM DaibhidC
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* LegacyCharacter: In the remake Agent 58 is the son of Agent 57 from the original series. And Augustus P. Crumhorn IV is presumably the son of Augustus P. Crumhorn III.


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* WholePlotReference: In "Mousefall" a previously unknown villain releases all DM's foes from Arkwright Asylum, in order to wear Danger Mouse out before he reveals himself. [[Comicbook/{{Knightfall}} Even the title sounds familiar]].
30th Oct '16 10:10:15 AM 1Thunderfire
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* CreateYourOwnVillain: Professor Squawkencluck's HEAD has a tendency to go haywire and Doctor Loocifer, an evil, computerised toilet created when Penfold accidentally dropped an intelligent chip into the bowl.
19th Oct '16 11:59:01 AM smalltime
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* AdaptationSpeciesChange: In the original series, Dr. Augustus P. Crumhorn III was a wolf. In the reboot, he's a Doberman.
15th Oct '16 9:35:30 PM cthulette
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** In "The Duckula Show", Duckula becomes a RealityWarper by proxy by kidnapping the show's writers and forcing them to rewrite the show in his favor.


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** Penfold has a pathological fear of elephants following an event he initially refused to discuss, called "the incident". **An elephant sat on him for two days straight.**


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** Big Head herself borrows her outfit and appearance from ''Series/MaxHeadroom''.
14th Oct '16 3:43:16 PM smalltime
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** In "Agent 58", a portrait of Count Duckula in his SpinOff design can be seen at the villain convention.
13th Oct '16 11:11:50 AM smalltime
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* HerCodeNameWasMarySue: In "The Duckula Show", Duckula kidnaps the writers and forces them to make him the star. He defeats opponents with little to no effort, gets constantly praised by other characters and Jeopardy Mouse asks him out.
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