History WesternAnimation / Histeria

21st Jan '17 2:41:06 AM CaptainTedium
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* EveryoneHatesFruitcakes: The "World War II" episode had a segment where the main cast helped Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Josef Stalin decide what to do after ending the war using foods to represent the other nations of the world and the defeated enemies. Fruitcake is used to represent the Nazis because no one likes fruit cake.

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* EveryoneHatesFruitcakes: EveryoneHatesFruitCakes: The "World War II" episode had a segment where the main cast helped Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Josef Stalin decide what to do after ending the war using foods to represent the other nations of the world and the defeated enemies. Fruitcake Fruit cake is used by Charity Bazaar to represent the Nazis Nazis, who does so because she claims no one likes fruit cake.
21st Jan '17 2:30:49 AM CaptainTedium
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* EveryoneHatesFruitcake: The "World War II" episode had a segment where the main cast helped Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Josef Stalin decide what to do after ending the war using foods to represent the other nations of the world and the defeated enemies. Fruitcake is used to represent the Nazis because no one likes fruit cake.

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* EveryoneHatesFruitcake: EveryoneHatesFruitcakes: The "World War II" episode had a segment where the main cast helped Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Josef Stalin decide what to do after ending the war using foods to represent the other nations of the world and the defeated enemies. Fruitcake is used to represent the Nazis because no one likes fruit cake.
21st Jan '17 2:29:49 AM CaptainTedium
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* EveryoneHatesFruitcake: The "World War II" episode had a segment where the main cast helped Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Josef Stalin decide what to do after ending the war using foods to represent the other nations of the world and the defeated enemies. Fruitcake is used to represent the Nazis because no one likes fruit cake.
21st Jan '17 2:25:04 AM CaptainTedium
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* AdamWesting: One episode features Ernest Hemingway voiced by the TropeNamer himself.

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* AdamWesting: One episode "Super Writers" features Ernest Hemingway voiced by the TropeNamer himself.
19th Jan '17 2:29:59 AM CaptainTedium
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** Miss Information, Bill Straitman, and a recurring background character resembling the farmer from the painting American Gothic are seen wearing barrels during the sketch about the Great Depression in "Big Fat Baby Theater.

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** Miss Information, Bill Straitman, and a recurring background character resembling the farmer from the painting American Gothic are seen wearing barrels during the sketch about the Great Depression in "Big Fat Baby Theater.Theater".
19th Jan '17 2:16:26 AM CaptainTedium
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** Betsy Ross is shown wearing a barrel after her bloomers are used to make the first American flag in "The Thomas Jefferson Program".

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** Betsy Ross (portrayed by the World's Oldest Woman) is shown wearing a barrel after her bloomers are used to make the first American flag in "The Thomas Jefferson Program".Program".
** The musical number "People Wanted Pepper on Their Food" from the episode "Histeria Around the World I" depicted Adam and Eve (portrayed by Father Time and the World's Oldest Woman) wearing barrels.
** Miss Information, Bill Straitman, and a recurring background character resembling the farmer from the painting American Gothic are seen wearing barrels during the sketch about the Great Depression in "Big Fat Baby Theater.



* BrainlessBeauty: Miss Information.
* ButtMonkey: Pule Houser. Lydia Karaoke on some occasions (justified in that she's [[AcceptableTargets a network censor]]).

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* BrainlessBeauty: Miss Information.
Information is quite a looker, but, true to her name, often gets her facts about history wrong.
* ButtMonkey: Pule Houser. Houser is frequently subjected to slapstick injuries. Lydia Karaoke on some occasions has abuse inflicted on her for trying to censor the show (justified in that she's [[AcceptableTargets a network censor]]).



* CreditsGag: Much like its predecessors, the end credits often had hidden messages. For instance, "Really Oldies but Goodies" had "[[NoAnimalsWereHarmed No cats were mummified in the making of this episode]]."

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* CreditsGag: CreditsGag:
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Much like its predecessors, the end credits often had hidden messages. For instance, "Really Oldies but Goodies" had "[[NoAnimalsWereHarmed No cats were mummified in the making of this episode]].""
** The episode "Super Writers" ended with credits that consisted solely of two group photos each of the writers, animators, voice actors, etc (one normal, and one where everyone made funny faces). These end credits also turned up at the end of "Big Fat Baby Theater", but were followed by normal credits.
18th Jan '17 11:37:47 AM CaptainTedium
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%%* CanadaEh?

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%%* CanadaEh?* CanadaEh: The episode "North America" began with a song about Canadian stereotypes sung to the tune of "O Canada".
18th Jan '17 10:29:37 AM CaptainTedium
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* BitingTheHandHumor: As expected from a WB comedy cartoon, and not just with Lydia Karaoke's harsh treatment whenever she complains about the show content. "Super Amazing Constitutions" ended with the entire cast singing about how if they don't get enough viewers, Kids' WB will cut their pay out of spite.

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* BitingTheHandHumor: As expected from a WB comedy cartoon, and not just with Lydia Karaoke's harsh treatment whenever she complains about the show content. "Super Amazing Constitutions" content.
** A couple of episodes
ended with the entire cast singing about how if they don't get enough viewers, Kids' WB will cut their pay out of spite.spite.
** At the end of the episode "Histeria Around the World II", Toast is unhappy about being a human sacrifice, but ends up accepting it when he is informed that the only other job available for him is to be a network executive for Kids' WB.
18th Jan '17 10:02:46 AM CaptainTedium
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* UrineTrouble: The segment about Richard Nixon in the episode "20th Century Presidents" had a joke where Nixon remarked there was a leak in the White House after being told by the press that they heard Checkers wasn't paper-trained. We cut to inside the White House, where Checkers remarks "You got that right" while hiking his leg near a table.
17th Jan '17 2:47:34 AM CaptainTedium
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* AnimatedActors: In addition to the characters having to deal with censors and executives, some of the historical figures depicted on the show were portrayed by a member of the main cast. For example, the World's Oldest Woman has portrayed Cleopatra in "Tribute to Tyrants" and Big Fat Baby would sometimes play famous historical figures in their infancy.

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* AnimatedActors: In addition to the characters having to deal with censors and executives, executives and treating the show like something they're acting in, some of the historical figures depicted on the show were portrayed by a member of the main cast. For example, the World's Oldest Woman has portrayed Cleopatra in "Tribute to Tyrants" and Big Fat Baby would sometimes play famous historical figures in their infancy.



* BitingTheHandHumor: As expected from a WB comedy cartoon, and not just with Lydia Karaoke's harsh treatment whenever she complains about the show content. One episode ended with the entire cast singing about how if they don't get enough viewers, Kids' WB will cut their pay out of spite.

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* BitingTheHandHumor: As expected from a WB comedy cartoon, and not just with Lydia Karaoke's harsh treatment whenever she complains about the show content. One episode "Super Amazing Constitutions" ended with the entire cast singing about how if they don't get enough viewers, Kids' WB will cut their pay out of spite.
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