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25th Jul '16 6:01:33 PM asten
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** One episode had some mutated creatures in the artic that lived underground and hunted their prey by tunneling under them and pulling down. Apparently someone on the staff was a fan of [[Film/Tremors]].

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** One episode had some mutated creatures in the artic that lived underground and hunted their prey by tunneling under them and pulling down. Apparently someone on the staff was a fan of [[Film/Tremors]].of Tremors.
25th Jul '16 5:59:29 PM asten
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** One episode had some mutated creatures in the artic that where pretty much a "[[Film/Tremors Shriker-Grabboid]]" fusion.

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** One episode had some mutated creatures in the artic that where pretty much lived underground and hunted their prey by tunneling under them and pulling down. Apparently someone on the staff was a "[[Film/Tremors Shriker-Grabboid]]" fusion.fan of [[Film/Tremors]].
25th Jul '16 5:55:35 PM asten
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** One episode had some mutated creatures in the artic that where pretty much a fusion of Shrikers and Grabboids from [[Film/Tremors]].

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** One episode had some mutated creatures in the artic that where pretty much a fusion of Shrikers and Grabboids from [[Film/Tremors]]. "[[Film/Tremors Shriker-Grabboid]]" fusion.
25th Jul '16 5:51:14 PM asten
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** One episode had some mutated creatures in the artic that where pretty much a fusion of Shrikers and Grabboids from [[Film/Tremors]].
19th Jul '16 12:19:14 AM eagle108
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* BigCreepyCrawlies: Let's see -- the Megapede, Fire Monster, Giant Scorpion, GiantSpider, El Gusano Gigante, the Giant Bees, Giant Termites...

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* BigCreepyCrawlies: Let's see -- - the Megapede, Fire Monster, Giant Scorpion, GiantSpider, El Gusano Gigante, the Giant Bees, Giant Termites...



-->''"[[AC:Aaargh--]]"''
-->''"N.I.G.E.L., [[BigNo nooooo]]!"''

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-->''"[[AC:Aaargh--]]"''
-->''"N.
-->''"[[AC:Aaargh--]]"''\\
''"N.
I.G.E.L., [[BigNo nooooo]]!"''



-->'''Mendel''': We can generate a radiopathic feedback to overload the dampers--
-->''Monique blasts the console''
-->'''Mendel''': --or we could just blow it up.

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-->'''Mendel''': We can generate a radiopathic feedback to overload the dampers--
-->''Monique
dampers--\\
''Monique
blasts the console''
-->'''Mendel''':
console''\\
'''Mendel''':
--or we could just blow it up.



** Of a sort. [[spoiler: During "Monster Wars", Godzilla is reunited with his (cybernetically reconstructed) biological father, and joins the aliens with MoreThanMindControl. In the last episode of the three-parter, he's torn between staying loyal to his adopted father and joining his biological father.]]

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** Of a sort. [[spoiler: During "Monster Wars", Godzilla is reunited with his (cybernetically reconstructed) biological father, and joins the aliens with MoreThanMindControl. In the last episode of the three-parter, he's torn between staying loyal to his adopted father and or joining his biological father.]]



-->'''Kid:''' [[CatchPhrase Go go go!]]
-->'''Nick:''' Kid's kind of bossy, isn't he?

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-->'''Kid:''' [[CatchPhrase Go go go!]]
-->'''Nick:'''
go!]]\\
'''Nick:'''
Kid's kind of bossy, isn't he?



* InMediasRes: The first scene of "New Family Part One" is the tail end of the cab chase from the film and the F-18s' run on Godzilla Sr.

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* InMediasRes: The first scene of "New Family Part One" is the tail end of the cab chase from the film and the F-18s' run on Godzilla Godzilla, Sr.



* JerkassHasAPoint: ''multiple'' people point out to Nick that Godzilla is a major threat, and rightfully point to Zilla Sr. as their proof- after all, he totaled Manhattan, and that was ''without'' the ability to ''[[BreathWeapon breathe fire.]]''

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* JerkassHasAPoint: ''multiple'' people point out to Nick that Godzilla is a major threat, and rightfully point to Zilla Zilla, Sr. as their proof- proof - after all, he had totaled Manhattan, and that was ''without'' the ability to ''[[BreathWeapon breathe fire.]]''



** In "Bird of Paradise," Elsie's ex-fiancé is named Lawrence Cohen. Creator/LarryCohen wrote and directed ''Film/QTheWingedSerpent''. Both the film and the episode feature the Aztec god Quetzlcoatl - nicknamed "Q" - as an antagonist, and the episode based the monster design on the one in the film.

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** In "Bird of Paradise," Elsie's ex-fiancé is named Lawrence Cohen. Creator/LarryCohen wrote and directed ''Film/QTheWingedSerpent''. Both the film and the episode feature the Aztec god Quetzlcoatl - nicknamed "Q" - as an antagonist, and the episode based the monster design on the one in the film.



* WhatTheHellHero: Nick calls Georges out on this in "The Ballad of Gens Du Marais" when [[spoiler: the Swamp Monster trashes Dimanche's paddle boat during a Mardi Gras celebration, pointing out that Georges was [[NotSoDifferent no different]] than Dimanche on not caring who gets hurt in the process during the pursuit of their goals]].

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* WhatTheHellHero: Nick calls Georges out on this in "The Ballad of Gens Du Marais" when [[spoiler: the Swamp Monster trashes Dimanche's paddle boat during a Mardi Gras celebration, pointing celebration. Nick points out that Georges was [[NotSoDifferent no different]] than Dimanche on not caring who gets hurt in the process during the pursuit of their goals]].
19th Jul '16 12:06:27 AM eagle108
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* HarsherinHindsight: From Future Shock [[spoiler: "Who's been playing dominoes with the World Trade Center?"]]
10th Jul '16 2:53:43 AM Arawn999
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** In "Bird of Paradise," Elsie's ex-fiancé is named Lawrence Cohen. Creator/LarryCohen wrote and directed ''Film/QTheWingedSerpent''. Both the film and the episode feature the Aztec god Quetzlcoatl as an antagonist, and the episode based the monster design on the one in the film.

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** In "Bird of Paradise," Elsie's ex-fiancé is named Lawrence Cohen. Creator/LarryCohen wrote and directed ''Film/QTheWingedSerpent''. Both the film and the episode feature the Aztec god Quetzlcoatl - nicknamed "Q" - as an antagonist, and the episode based the monster design on the one in the film.
30th May '16 8:47:59 AM SithkingZero
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** A good number of the Mutations pay tribute to Godzilla's foes (Nanotech monster: Hedorah, Megapede/Giant Cicada: Battra, Crackler: Gabara, Nessie: Manda, and Cyber-Zilla: Mechagodzilla).

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** A good number of the Mutations pay tribute to Godzilla's foes (Nanotech monster: Hedorah, Megapede/Giant Cicada: Battra, Battra (although there is also a Giant Bat Mutation), Crackler: Gabara, Nessie: Manda, and Cyber-Zilla: Mechagodzilla).Mechagodzilla, though the fact that organic flesh is visible in the creature is reminiscent of Mecha-King-Ghidora).



** Outside of the MythologyGag with Robo-Yeti to the first two Mechagodzilla incarnations, it's skeleton appearance also serves as a ShoutOut to ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}''.

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** Outside of the MythologyGag with Robo-Yeti to the first two Mechagodzilla incarnations, incarnations (not to mention "King Kong Vs. Godzilla," and the monster Mechanikong), it's skeleton appearance also serves as a ShoutOut to ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}''.
30th May '16 8:28:50 AM SithkingZero
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* PlotHole: The Area 51 episode, which shows people who believe that aliens are being housed at Area 51 are crazy and wrong, and Elsie is mocked for believing in such things... despite that the previous year, not only did they find an alien spaceship, but said aliens orchestrated a massive, world-wide invasion plan, subborned members of the military, took control of Elsie herself, and resurrected the original Godzilla as a cyborg.
25th May '16 5:33:45 PM SithkingZero
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** The entire episode of "Competition" is this from start to finish. First off, the Robo-Yeti is an homage to King Kong and his robot duplicate Mechanikong, the bot's creator is named Yukiko Ifukube, a huge homage to Akira Ifukube and finally there's a full scale brawl in Tokyo.

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** The entire episode of "Competition" is this from start to finish. First off, the Robo-Yeti is an homage to King Kong and his robot duplicate Mechanikong, the machine has electrical control powers (as Kong had in his brawl with Godzilla), the bot's creator is named Yukiko Ifukube, a huge homage to Akira Ifukube and finally there's a full scale brawl in Tokyo.



* ShootingSuperman: Naturally, though not as bad as the Japanese films since this is set as the same continuity where shooting a giant monster worked, and the army is usually GenreSavvy enough to avoid it, but still has some blatant cases like soldiers trying to shoot the C-Rex with small arms.

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* ShootingSuperman: Naturally, though not as bad as the Japanese films since this is set as the same continuity where shooting a giant monster worked, and the army is usually GenreSavvy enough to avoid it, but still has some blatant cases like soldiers trying to shoot the C-Rex with small arms. Though even this can be forgiven to a degree, since this is the dawn of the age of Kaiju in this world, and they don't ''know'' what will or will not work against monsters. Several methods of shooting monsters with human weapons ''are'' shown to work a few times in the show.



** [[spoiler: Cyborg Godzilla from "Monster Wars." Unlike Junior, this ''is'' the original monster from the film this spun off of, but now can breathe fire, shoot lasers, and fire missiles.]]



* WeCanRebuildHim: [[spoiler: Zilla Senior]] is brought back as [[spoiler: Cyber-Godzilla]] by aliens to fight the star of the show.

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* WeCanRebuildHim: [[spoiler: Zilla Senior]] is brought back as [[spoiler: Cyber-Godzilla]] by aliens to fight the star of the show. Also, NIGEL. A lot. No seriously, a lot.
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