History WesternAnimation / JakeAndTheNeverLandPirates

15th Dec '16 1:52:43 PM Xtifr
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'''''Jake and the Never Land Pirates''''' is a 2011 animated series airing on [[Creator/DisneyChannel Disney Junior]], one of three new programs that helped to launch the network along with ''WesternAnimation/BabarAndTheAdventuresOfBadou'' and ''WesternAnimation/TingaTingaTales''. Set in the universe of the classic Disney film ''Disney/PeterPan'', the program focuses on the adventures of the young Jake and his two friends, Cubby and Izzy, along with their parrot, Skully. They're a group of "[[ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything pirates]]" who just want to have fun and do the things ordinary kids do, but their time is often spent chasing after Captain Hook, who is always trying to steal their stuff. Hook is "aided" by his usual bumbling sidekick, [[MinionWithAnFInEvil Smee]] and Bones & Sharky, two even-more-dimwitted pirates who seem to exist for little more than to swab the deck and sing comic songs. The program contains occasional references to Peter Pan and Tinker Bell and later episodes sometimes contain appearances by them as well. One of the specials even featured Wendy, John and Michael.

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'''''Jake ''Jake and the Never Land Pirates''''' Pirates'' is a 2011 animated series airing on [[Creator/DisneyChannel Disney Junior]], one of three new programs that helped to launch the network along with ''WesternAnimation/BabarAndTheAdventuresOfBadou'' and ''WesternAnimation/TingaTingaTales''. Set in the universe of the classic Disney film ''Disney/PeterPan'', the program focuses on the adventures of the young Jake and his two friends, Cubby and Izzy, along with their parrot, Skully. They're a group of "[[ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything pirates]]" who just want to have fun and do the things ordinary kids do, but their time is often spent chasing after Captain Hook, who is always trying to steal their stuff. Hook is "aided" by his usual bumbling sidekick, [[MinionWithAnFInEvil Smee]] and Bones & Sharky, two even-more-dimwitted pirates who seem to exist for little more than to swab the deck and sing comic songs. The program contains occasional references to Peter Pan and Tinker Bell and later episodes sometimes contain appearances by them as well. One of the specials even featured Wendy, John and Michael.
10th Nov '16 7:43:10 PM EdnaWalker
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** There are also talking penguins, starfish, and monkeys, as well as a talking cat and a talking scorpion.
1st Oct '16 10:58:30 AM Sapphirea2
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** Dread the Evil Genie sings in both of his appearances.

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** Dread the Evil Genie sings in both ''both'' of his appearances.appearances, all the better for [[Creator/DavidTennant his voice actor]] to [[EvilIsHammy ham it up]].
1st Oct '16 10:54:22 AM Sapphirea2
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* BroughtDownToNormal: "Dread the Pharaoh!" reveals that Dread was depowered when he was trapped in his own bottle; the plot of the episode has him stealing the Pirate Pharaoh's magical crook and flail so he can use it as a new source of magical power.



* FauxAffablyEvil: Dread the Evil Genie, who steals magic from other genies to augment his own, puts on a veneer of exaggerated good manners to get what he wants but it frequently slips, and he cheerfully torments Pip in preparation for imprisoning him outright to completely possess the latter's power.

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* FauxAffablyEvil: Dread the Evil Genie, who steals magic from other genies to augment his own, own and puts on a veneer of exaggerated good manners to get what he wants but it wants, which frequently slips, and he slips. He cheerfully torments Pip in preparation for imprisoning him outright to completely possess the latter's power. power, and in "Dread the Pharaoh!" tries to zap Jake and his friends with magical blasts.



* GenieInABottle: Pip the Pirate Genie is this in his initial appearance, and one-shot EvilCounterpart Dread ''ends up'' as one.

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* GenieInABottle: Pip the Pirate Genie is this in his initial appearance, and one-shot EvilCounterpart Dread ''ends up'' as one.one (and is depowered to boot).



* MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate : The new villain, Dr. Undergear

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* MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate : The new villain, Dr. UndergearUndergear.



* SaveTheVillain: Pretty much OnceAnEpisode, Captain Hook gets into trouble after his plans go awry. Jake and/or the members of his crew always offer to help him, but he always refuses, saying that he can solve his own problems. (He can't.) One of the ''Jake's Neverland Pirate School'' shorts was even about "Saving Captain Hook."
** Averted with Shiverjack and Dr. Undergear

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* SaveTheVillain: Pretty much OnceAnEpisode, Captain Hook gets into trouble after his plans go awry. Jake and/or the members of his crew always offer to help him, but he always refuses, saying that he can solve his own problems. (He can't.) One of the ''Jake's Neverland Pirate School'' shorts was even about "Saving Captain Hook."
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** Averted with Shiverjack and Dr. UndergearUndergear.
** Played straight in "Dread the Pharaoh!"
* SealedEvilInACan: Dread becomes this at the end of his debut appearance, and is released by the Pirate Pharaoh's pet cat at the start of "Dread the Pharaoh!"



** Dread the Evil Genie has a short song in his one-off appearance as well.

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** Dread the Evil Genie has a short song sings in both of his one-off appearance as well. appearances.
13th Sep '16 8:09:25 AM rafi
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* AdaptationalWimp: Captain Hook, MemeticBadass and much-loved villain of ''Disney/PeterPan'' comes back to menace the kid heroes of the [[FakeInteractivity Dora-esque]] show missing about half his brain cells and with a somewhat off-putting redesign. Granted, Hook has [[FridgeBrilliance always had trouble defeating children]], but in this case it is particularly glaring.
28th Aug '16 11:43:59 AM nombretomado
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'''''Jake and the Never Land Pirates''''' is a 2011 animated series airing on [[DisneyChannel Disney Junior]], one of three new programs that helped to launch the network along with ''WesternAnimation/BabarAndTheAdventuresOfBadou'' and ''WesternAnimation/TingaTingaTales''. Set in the universe of the classic Disney film ''Disney/PeterPan'', the program focuses on the adventures of the young Jake and his two friends, Cubby and Izzy, along with their parrot, Skully. They're a group of "[[ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything pirates]]" who just want to have fun and do the things ordinary kids do, but their time is often spent chasing after Captain Hook, who is always trying to steal their stuff. Hook is "aided" by his usual bumbling sidekick, [[MinionWithAnFInEvil Smee]] and Bones & Sharky, two even-more-dimwitted pirates who seem to exist for little more than to swab the deck and sing comic songs. The program contains occasional references to Peter Pan and Tinker Bell and later episodes sometimes contain appearances by them as well. One of the specials even featured Wendy, John and Michael.

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'''''Jake and the Never Land Pirates''''' is a 2011 animated series airing on [[DisneyChannel [[Creator/DisneyChannel Disney Junior]], one of three new programs that helped to launch the network along with ''WesternAnimation/BabarAndTheAdventuresOfBadou'' and ''WesternAnimation/TingaTingaTales''. Set in the universe of the classic Disney film ''Disney/PeterPan'', the program focuses on the adventures of the young Jake and his two friends, Cubby and Izzy, along with their parrot, Skully. They're a group of "[[ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything pirates]]" who just want to have fun and do the things ordinary kids do, but their time is often spent chasing after Captain Hook, who is always trying to steal their stuff. Hook is "aided" by his usual bumbling sidekick, [[MinionWithAnFInEvil Smee]] and Bones & Sharky, two even-more-dimwitted pirates who seem to exist for little more than to swab the deck and sing comic songs. The program contains occasional references to Peter Pan and Tinker Bell and later episodes sometimes contain appearances by them as well. One of the specials even featured Wendy, John and Michael.
9th Mar '16 9:45:24 AM Hossmeister
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* {{Expy}}: Clearly Hook, Smee and Tick Tock from the Peter Pan film, but Jake also looks a lot like the Jake from ''[[AmericanDragonJakeLong American Dragon: Jake Long]]''. And kinda like a younger version of Captain Jack Sparrow. Jack, Jake... See the resemblance? There had even been rumors going around for a while that Disney was going to make an animated show based about a young Jack Sparrow.

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* {{Expy}}: Clearly Hook, Smee and Tick Tock from the Peter Pan film, but Jake also looks a lot like the Jake from ''[[AmericanDragonJakeLong ''[[WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong American Dragon: Jake Long]]''. And kinda like a younger version of Captain Jack Sparrow. Jack, Jake... See the resemblance? There had even been rumors going around for a while that Disney was going to make an animated show based about a young Jack Sparrow.
10th Feb '16 10:35:26 AM JMQwilleran
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* GenreShift: In its original form, the show could more-or-less be described as ''WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer'' [-[[RecycledInSpace WITH PIRATES]]-]. Things such as FakeInteractivity and comic adventures with vague morals to teach were all common fare. The later installments, particularly ''Captain Jake and the Neverland Pirates'', have seen a major shift towards action, with high-stakes specials, serious villains and Jake (Captain Jake) engaging in swordplay using a magic sword.

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* GenreShift: In its original form, the show could more-or-less be described as ''WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer'' [-[[RecycledInSpace WITH PIRATES]]-].PIRATES]]-] (who [[ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything don't do anything]]). Things such as FakeInteractivity and comic adventures with vague morals to teach were all common fare. The later installments, particularly ''Captain Jake and the Neverland Pirates'', have seen a major shift towards action, with high-stakes specials, serious villains and Jake (Captain Jake) engaging in swordplay using a magic sword.
10th Feb '16 10:34:37 AM JMQwilleran
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* GenreShift: In its original form, the show could more-or-less be described as ''WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer'' [-[[RecycledInSpace WITH PIRATES]]-]. Things such as FakeInteractivity and comic adventures with vague morals to teach were all common fare. The later installments, particularly ''Captain Jake and the Neverland Pirates'', have seen a major shift towards action, with high-stakes specials, serious villains and Jake (Captain Jake) engaging in swordplay using a magic sword.
10th Feb '16 10:25:57 AM JMQwilleran
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* KillItWithFire: In "Golden Hook," from ''Captain Jake and the Neverland Pirates'', Captain Hook uses a golden hook that turns everything and everyone he touches to gold. Captain Jake's solution is to claim it using his magic sword, which has its own magic and is therefore immune to the effect, then toss the sucker into a volcano. Upon its destruction, the magic is reversed and everything that was turned to gold changes back, including Smee and Hook's other bumbling lackeys, Sharkey and Bones.
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