History WesternAnimation / InspectorGadget

6th Apr '18 9:54:53 AM JM1982
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** Penny has also said "Go Go Gadgetmobile" and "Go Go Gadget Claw" when she's the one activating them rather than Gadget.
19th Feb '18 10:00:38 AM Psi001
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Despite its many varied locales and plots, the show was StrictlyFormula, using the above-mentioned plot elements in literally every single episode, albeit sometimes with creative variations. For example, sometimes Penny makes friends with other kids who help her out with her investigations. Gadget could also sometimes [[ASpannerInTheWorks be helpful in his buffoonery]], or even show more isolated moments of competence if the plot required it.

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Despite its many varied locales and plots, the show was StrictlyFormula, using the above-mentioned plot elements in literally every single episode, albeit sometimes with creative variations. For example, sometimes Penny makes friends with other kids who help her out with her investigations. Gadget could also sometimes [[ASpannerInTheWorks be helpful in [[SpannerInTheWorks stop Claw himself through his buffoonery]], or even show more isolated moments of competence if the plot required it.
19th Feb '18 9:59:19 AM Psi001
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Despite its many varied locales and plots, the show was StrictlyFormula, using the above-mentioned plot elements in literally every single episode, albeit sometimes with creative variations. For example, sometimes Penny makes friends with other kids who help her out with her investigations. Gadget could also show more isolated moments of competence if the plot required it.

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Despite its many varied locales and plots, the show was StrictlyFormula, using the above-mentioned plot elements in literally every single episode, albeit sometimes with creative variations. For example, sometimes Penny makes friends with other kids who help her out with her investigations. Gadget could also sometimes [[ASpannerInTheWorks be helpful in his buffoonery]], or even show more isolated moments of competence if the plot required it.
18th Feb '18 2:25:34 PM system
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18th Feb '18 1:48:19 PM FSHGHGTHJTGF
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18th Feb '18 1:22:01 PM nombretomado
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31st Jan '18 11:06:52 AM WillKeaton
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* TheDon: In a second season episode, Claw rings up his former teacher Les Renown, who runs a villain retirement home, to call upon the services of the Great Great Godfather.
30th Jan '18 8:10:29 AM WileK209
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* AFoggyDayInLondonTown: "Gadget's Clean Sweep," where the gang goes back in time to 19th century London to stop M.A.D. from killing Gadget's ancestors of the time (Char and Chimney Gadget, both of whom are chimney sweeps). In many scenes, there is some kind of fog shown throughout London.
** Averted in "The Infiltration" and "Unhenged," both of which take place in London.



* LogoJoke: The original closing logo had Gadget stumbling into the shot on his Gadgetskates and using his mallet to dot the "i" in "[=DiC=]".

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* LogoJoke: The original closing logo on many first-season episodes had Gadget stumbling into the shot on his Gadgetskates and using his mallet to dot the "i" in "[=DiC=]"."[=DiC=]" (early first-season episodes and the second season used the standard [=DiC=] "Vortex" logo.)


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** The second season had its' own stock clip of Gadget reading his message.
12th Jan '18 5:44:33 PM WileK209
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* MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily: Presto Change-O in "The Infiltration." Even when he is impersonating Gadget and Chief Quimby, his stereotypical BritishTeeth are still visible, yet no one else seems to notice.


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** Although Presto Change-O's disguises in "The Infiltration" [[FullBodyDisguise managed to change his entire form]], he still had paler skin than whoever he would impersonate, not to mention his evil-looking eyes and [[MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily all that teeth]]. Yet everyone else doesn't notice these details when Presto impersonates Gadget and Chief Quimby, though Penny initially figures out what's going on and is able to tell the two apart.


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* WhenTheClockStrikesTwelve: In "Amusement Park," M.A.D. has hidden a bomb in Metro City's new amusement park, and is set to explode at 12:00 noon.
10th Jan '18 3:04:46 PM Psi001
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** Since Pilot!Gadget was actually competent, Penny and Brain were just along for the ride, rather than the ones really solving the case.

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** Since Pilot!Gadget was actually competent, Penny and Brain were just along for the ride, rather than the ones really solving the case. In fact, until the final climax, Penny was a DamselInDistress and Brian was the gleefully dim [[TheMillstone Millstone]] getting on ''Gadget's'' nerves.
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