History WesternAnimation / DoraTheExplorer

29th May '16 8:06:22 AM Assassin-sensei
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
** An instance of this trope was in a Diego/Dora crossover, where they help a giant tortoise find a mate. Though they used the term "a friend" instead of mate, they explicitly state that it was in order to save the species.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
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GettingCrapPastTheRadar: An instance of this trope was in a Diego/Dora crossover, where they help a giant tortoise find a mate. Though they used the term "a friend" instead of mate, they explicitly state that it was in order to save the species.
29th May '16 8:05:46 AM Assassin-sensei
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** There's an episode about a "Best Friends Day". One pair of best friends is a talking lock and key. And yes, the key is inserted and turned. And before you ask, the moment of penetration is offscreen. Guess they couldn't get it ''completely'' past the radar.
** Another instance of this trope was in a Diego/Dora crossover, where they help a giant tortoise find a mate. Though they used the term "a friend" instead of mate, they explicitly state that it was in order to save the species.

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** There's an episode about a "Best Friends Day". One pair of best friends is a talking lock and key. And yes, the key is inserted and turned. And before you ask, the moment of penetration is offscreen. Guess they couldn't get it ''completely'' past the radar.
** Another
An instance of this trope was in a Diego/Dora crossover, where they help a giant tortoise find a mate. Though they used the term "a friend" instead of mate, they explicitly state that it was in order to save the species.
9th May '16 6:52:50 AM tyrekecorrea
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* {{Bowlderize}}: One episode had them doing the Mambo, which in real life requires two people and is a tango-esque dance. Here, they reduced it to a kid-friendly version, which consists of mostly cha-cha esque moves.

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* {{Bowlderize}}: {{Bowdlerize}}: One episode had them doing the Mambo, which in real life requires two people and is a tango-esque dance. Here, they reduced it to a kid-friendly version, which consists of mostly cha-cha esque moves.
9th May '16 6:49:48 AM tyrekecorrea
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* BilingualBonus: '

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* BilingualBonus: '
2nd May '16 5:52:26 AM WhatArtThee
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** The "Crocodile Rock" song on the ''Diego & Dora: Animal Jamboree'' album. It's a cover of an old Elton John song, but it's still weird to hear singing about "an old gold Chevy and a place of my own" and "long nights crying by the record machine." The song can be heard for free, officially, on MySpace, [[http://www.myspace.com/diegodorafriends/music/songs/crocodile-rock-28296806 here]].
23rd Apr '16 1:21:30 PM RobbiePwns
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* MyFriendsAndZoidberg: Swiper, unless it's an episode where he's set as an actual protagonist, always gets this treatment. If Dora has to help him along with her other friends, he'll always come last. A good example is in the episode ''The Lost City'', where Dora needs to find everyone's lost possessions. Swiper's the last person to be helped. [[spoiler: unless you count Boots finding his lost blankie, but he didn't actually need help.]]

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* MyFriendsAndZoidberg: Swiper, unless it's an episode where he's set as an actual protagonist, always gets this treatment. If Dora has to help him along with her other friends, he'll always come last. A good example is in the episode ''The Lost City'', where Dora needs to find everyone's lost possessions. Swiper's the last person to be helped. [[spoiler: unless Unless you count Boots finding his lost blankie, but he didn't actually need help.]]
13th Apr '16 11:15:29 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot: Usually invoked when Swiper swipes something and has no idea what it's for, or tries to swipe something he really wants when he could just ask. A lot of the trouble Swiper ends up in/causing could easily be avoided if he would just ask.
11th Jan '16 2:03:43 PM Berrenta
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** ''[[CaptainObvious Guess what Dora does.]]''

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** ''[[CaptainObvious Guess what Dora does.]]''



* TheMerch: You betcha. Toys and games? Check. Books and videos. Check. Want Dora and her friends in your bath or shower? They've got body wash, shampoo, conditioner (and at least one that's all three in one), bubble bath, washcloths, towels and more. It's pretty comparable to ''Spongebob'' in terms of this.
* {{Misplaced Vegetation}}: As the example noted below, Dora and boots sometimes picks wild blueberries. But this show is implied to take place in Mexico, where blueberries never grow.

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* TheMerch: You betcha. Toys and games? Check. Books and videos. Check. Want Dora and her friends in your bath or shower? They've got body wash, shampoo, conditioner (and at least one that's all three in one), bubble bath, washcloths, towels and more. It's pretty comparable to ''Spongebob'' in terms of this.
* {{Misplaced Vegetation}}:
MisplacedVegetation: As the example noted below, Dora and boots sometimes picks wild blueberries. But this show is implied to take place in Mexico, where blueberries never grow.
6th Jan '16 2:52:29 PM TrendingToon1
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Added DiffLines:

* SpoilerTitle: A few episodes follow the pattern "Dora saves (noun)", which apparently, spoils what happens in the episode.
5th Jan '16 10:03:53 PM TrendingToon1
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* LimitedWardrobe: In early seasons Dora wore the same clothes near constantly. In newer seasons her wardrobehas more variety though.

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* LimitedWardrobe: In early seasons Dora wore the same clothes near constantly. In newer seasons her wardrobehas wardrobe has more variety though.



* NoPlansNoPrototypeNoBackup: For any of Swiper's gadgets in "Dora's Got a Puppy"

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* NoPlansNoPrototypeNoBackup: For any of Swiper's gadgets in "Dora's Got a Puppy"Puppy".
* OriginsEpisode: The episode "Backpack" has Dora flashbacking to the day she first got Backpack. A later episode "Dora's First Trip" tells the story of her very first adventure and how she first met Boots, Benny, Isa, Tico, Swiper and the Fiesta Trio.



* {{Retcon}}: The episode "Dora's First Trip", which is an OriginEpisode of Dora's very first adventure, shows her and her friends at present age when they first meet; however in "Dora's Christmas Carol Adventure", they are toddlers as friends.

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* {{Retcon}}: The episode "Dora's First Trip", which is an OriginEpisode OriginsEpisode of Dora's very first adventure, shows her and her friends at present age when they first meet; however in "Dora's Christmas Carol Adventure", they are toddlers as friends.
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