History WesternAnimation / DoraTheExplorer

31st Mar '17 5:35:03 PM SparkPlugTheTroper
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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: 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" "friend" instead of mate, "mate", they explicitly state that it was in order to save the species.
31st Mar '17 5:33:03 PM SparkPlugTheTroper
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** 'Dora the Explorer'' translated to Spanish is ''Dora la Exploradora'', which ''rhymes''!

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** 'Dora ''Dora the Explorer'' translated to Spanish is ''Dora la Exploradora'', which ''rhymes''!
19th Mar '17 1:01:19 PM nombretomado
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Dora the Explorer is, at present, one of {{Nickelodeon}}'s most heavily merchandised characters. In March 2009, Mattel raised a minor furor with its new "Tween Dora" doll, mentioned below.

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Dora the Explorer is, at present, one of {{Nickelodeon}}'s {{Creator/Nickelodeon}}'s most heavily merchandised characters. In March 2009, Mattel raised a minor furor with its new "Tween Dora" doll, mentioned below.
13th Dec '16 12:02:04 AM Xtifr
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Dora the Explorer (20002015) is an animated television series. This program on NickJr is produced in the style of a mid-[[TheNineties 1990s]] CD-ROM game. Dora, a cute 7-year-old explorer girl, and her monkey friend, Boots, teach young viewers, in both English and Spanish, how to observe situations and solve problems.

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Dora ''Dora the Explorer Explorer'' (20002015) is an animated television series. This program on NickJr is produced in the style of a mid-[[TheNineties 1990s]] CD-ROM game. Dora, a cute 7-year-old explorer girl, and her monkey friend, Boots, teach young viewers, in both English and Spanish, how to observe situations and solve problems.
18th Oct '16 11:40:51 AM JMQwilleran
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* NeverLearnedToRead: The villain in "Dora's Royal Rescue" never learned to read and thus is trying to stop everyone else from reading. In the end, Don Quixote agrees to teach him. See ReadingIsCoolAesop below.
10th Sep '16 11:10:31 PM DustSnitch
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** Done regularly whenever she addresses the viewer, though it's justified as the show originally was supposed to be set in a computer game. [[NightmareFuel This then leads into a creepy ten second pause during which she stares directly at you waiting for a "response from the viewer."]]

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** Done regularly whenever she addresses the viewer, though it's justified as the show originally was supposed to be set in a computer game. [[NightmareFuel This then leads into a creepy ten second pause during which she stares directly at you waiting for a "response from the viewer."]]"
5th Sep '16 10:09:47 PM maylove25
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* AlternativeForeignThemeSong: Japanese ''DoraTheExplorer'' uses [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pNGbZHkznk8 "Sound Space Scope"]] as its Japanese ending theme song. It also uses a remixed version of the opening.

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* AlternativeForeignThemeSong: The Japanese ''DoraTheExplorer'' version uses [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pNGbZHkznk8 "Sound Space Scope"]] as its Japanese ending theme song. It also uses a remixed version of the opening.
4th Aug '16 11:10:07 PM JMQwilleran
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* EasterBunny: In "Dora's Easter Adventure," the characters meet the "Hip-Hop Bunny," who actually wants to be a rapper, but is filling in for his brother, the Easter Bunny.
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.
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