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25th Jun '17 1:15:00 PM Lightblade
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* LearnedFromTheNews: In "World Wide Wabbit", the friends try to keep Mr. Herriman from finding out that Bloo secretly recorded him doing a dance for Madame Foster, released the footage onto the Internet and is now viral. When Frankie sees a picture of Herriman in the newspaper, a game of KeepAway ensues to prevent him from seeing it; eventually, Eduardo [[EatTheEvidence eats the paper]] and Wilt suggests that he watch the news on TV. Unfortunately, the station's news team is in front of the house to do an interview -- ''and they're live!''
13th Jun '17 1:46:14 AM CaptainTedium
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* EmbarrassingOldPhoto: Turns up in "Infernal Slumber" when Eduardo finds a picture of Mac as a baby bathing in the sink with his butt visible and decides to photograph the picture against Mac's wishes.
10th Jun '17 1:23:45 AM NightShade96
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* LessonsInSophistication: In "My So Called Wife", Mr. Herriman has to teach [[CloudCuckoolander Coco]] how to behave like a lady when a rich benefactor thought that she was his wife and the two were invited into his mansion for the charity. [[ItMakesSenseInContext All the while Mac, teaches Bloo what sarcasm means]].

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* LessonsInSophistication: In "My So Called Wife", Mr. Herriman has to teach [[CloudCuckoolander Coco]] how to behave like a lady when a rich benefactor thought that she was his wife and the two were invited into his mansion for the charity. [[ItMakesSenseInContext All the while Mac, while, Mac teaches Bloo what sarcasm means]].
10th Jun '17 1:23:29 AM NightShade96
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* LessonsInSophistication: In "My So Called Wife", Mr. Herriman has to teach [[CloudCuckoolander Coco]] how to behave like a lady when a rich benefactor thought that she was his wife and the two were invited into his mansion for the charity. [[ItMakesSenseInContext All the while Mac, teaches Bloo what sarcasm means]].
1st Jun '17 5:57:09 PM waters20
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** His brother Terrence is a much straighter example since his bullying ways towards Mac goes beyond sociopathic behavior.



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%%* BrattyHalfPint: Bloo.

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%%* * BrattyHalfPint: Bloo.
24th May '17 10:34:08 AM CaptainTedium
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* PortraitPaintingPeephole: In "Room with a Feud", Bloo at one point spies on Peanut Butter by looking through eyeholes on a poster of a basketball player.



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%%* ThemeTuneCameo* ThemeTuneCameo: The show's theme music often turns up throughout the series.



%%* TotemPoleTrench: Done by Mac and Bloo to the point of being a RunningGag. Wilt once substituted as a majority of Orlando Bloo.

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%%* * TotemPoleTrench: Done Standing on each other's shoulders as a disguise was done by Mac and Bloo to the point of being a RunningGag. Wilt once substituted as a majority of Orlando Bloo.
15th May '17 5:23:30 PM NWolfman
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Of note, ''Fosters'' was Cartoon Network's first original show (and arguably the first successful 2D animated show overall) to be produced 100% digitally: the backgrounds were all drawn in Photoshop and the animation was done in AdobeFlash. This not only brought down the cost and shrank the staff, but the use of graphics tablets allowed for the nuances of Craig [=McCracken=]'s personal drawing style to come through in the final product rather than the blocky, geometric look Flash had been known for up to that point.

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Of note, ''Fosters'' was Cartoon Network's first original show (and arguably the first successful 2D animated show overall) to be produced 100% digitally: the backgrounds were all drawn in Photoshop and the animation was done in AdobeFlash. AdobeFlash, all with the aide of graphics tablets. This not only brought down the cost and shrank the staff, but the use of graphics tablets allowed for the nuances of Craig [=McCracken=]'s personal drawing style to come through in the final product rather than the blocky, geometric look Flash had been known for up to that point.
10th May '17 3:56:08 PM NWolfman
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Of note, ''Fosters'' was Cartoon Network's first original show (and arguably the first successful animated show overall) to be produced 100% digitally: the backgrounds were all drawn in Photoshop and the animation was done in AdobeFlash. This not only brought down the cost and shrank the staff, but the use of graphics tablets allowed for the nuances of Craig [=McCracken=]'s personal drawing style to come through in the final product rather than the blocky, geometric look Flash had been known for up to that point.

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Of note, ''Fosters'' was Cartoon Network's first original show (and arguably the first successful 2D animated show overall) to be produced 100% digitally: the backgrounds were all drawn in Photoshop and the animation was done in AdobeFlash. This not only brought down the cost and shrank the staff, but the use of graphics tablets allowed for the nuances of Craig [=McCracken=]'s personal drawing style to come through in the final product rather than the blocky, geometric look Flash had been known for up to that point.
23rd Apr '17 4:13:27 AM NWolfman
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Of note, ''Fosters'' was Cartoon Network's first original show (and arguably the first successful animated show overall) to be produced 100% digitally: the backgrounds were all drawn in Photoshop and the animation was done in AdobeFlash. This not only brought down the cost and shrank the staff, but allowed for the nuances of Craig [=McCracken=]'s personal drawing style to come through in the final product.

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Of note, ''Fosters'' was Cartoon Network's first original show (and arguably the first successful animated show overall) to be produced 100% digitally: the backgrounds were all drawn in Photoshop and the animation was done in AdobeFlash. This not only brought down the cost and shrank the staff, but the use of graphics tablets allowed for the nuances of Craig [=McCracken=]'s personal drawing style to come through in the final product.
product rather than the blocky, geometric look Flash had been known for up to that point.
23rd Apr '17 4:08:27 AM NWolfman
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Of note, ''Fosters'' was one of the first 2D animated shows to be produced 100% digitally: the backgrounds were all drawn in Photoshop and the animation was done in AdobeFlash. This not only brought down the cost and shrank the staff, but allowed for the nuances of Craig [=McCracken=]'s personal drawing style to come through in the final product.

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Of note, ''Fosters'' was one of Cartoon Network's first original show (and arguably the first 2D successful animated shows show overall) to be produced 100% digitally: the backgrounds were all drawn in Photoshop and the animation was done in AdobeFlash. This not only brought down the cost and shrank the staff, but allowed for the nuances of Craig [=McCracken=]'s personal drawing style to come through in the final product.
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