History WesternAnimation / JayJayTheJetPlane

6th May '16 7:24:13 PM Bassman
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* ArtisticLicensePhysics: The series is the king of this trope. Looks like the head writer was asleep in Physics class.
** An episode had Snuffy going to school. Why?
** Another episode had Revvin' Evan fly away on a hot air balloon. In real life, the balloon wouldn't be able to take off because of Revvin' Evan's weight.
** Another had [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext the characters building a snowman]]. And a couple others had Big Jake digging holes.
** The series really should be called [[JustPlaneWrong Just Plane Wrong: ]] [[RecycledTheSeries The Cartoon]].
2nd Jan '16 10:47:13 AM TrendingToon1
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* DistaffCounterpart: Tracy to Jay Jay, and Tuffy to Revvin' Evan.
29th Nov '15 8:11:57 AM system
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16th Nov '15 2:14:14 PM Partytime
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* JustPlaneWrong: The series should be called [[JustPlaneWrong Just Plane Wrong: ]] [[RecycledTheSeries The Animated Series]].
16th Nov '15 2:12:08 PM Partytime
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** In "Snuffy's First Day of School", Tracy tells Snuffy "listen" before she and Jay Jay sing about his new school.

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** In "Snuffy's First Day of School", Tracy tells Snuffy "listen" before she and Jay Jay sing about his new school.[[JustPlaneWrong new]] [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext school]].
1st Oct '15 7:37:20 AM OffTheDeepEnd
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* ArtEvolution



* BittersweetEnding



* ComicallyMissingThePoint
* CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot



* EasilyForgiven



* EurekaMoment



* FriendshipSong



* HeroicBSOD



* IAmGreatSong



* NegativeContinuity
* NiceJobBreakingItHero



* NoAntagonist



* OncePerEpisode:
* OnlyOneName



* SentientVehicle
10th Sep '15 7:21:03 PM TrendingToon1
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* ICantDance: Herky admits this in "Herky Jerky" and tries to learn how to.
5th Sep '15 9:37:37 AM TrendingToon1
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* TakeOurWordForIt: Every time an airplane eats something, takes on fuel, is loaded or unpacked or Brenda goes in them or makes a repair, either their back is turned or the camera cuts to someone else or skips to the next scene.
28th Aug '15 4:55:46 AM pgj1997
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-->--'''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJyjRlhznnE Theme Song]]'''

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-->--'''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJyjRlhznnE Theme Song]]'''
Song (CGI series)]]'''



While it sounds like a generally harmless, EdutainmentShow, it has gained periphery hatedom and been accused of AccidentalNightmareFuel due to its portrayal of the planes: for some reason, they have [[UncannyValley large, CGI human faces]].



* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Believe it or not, there were actually 12 episodes of the series released direct-to-video between 1994-1996. Known as the "pilot episodes", these episodes differed greatly in that rather than using CGI, all characters were models a la WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine (but were still in the Main/UncannyValley). There were also no live human characters (they, too, were models), none of the planes had moving faces, and all dialogue and narration was done by a narrator, rather than having a narrator and individual voice actors for each character. Also, in the first four model episodes, Jay Jay was red.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Believe it or not, there were actually 12 episodes of the series released direct-to-video between 1994-1996. Known as the "pilot episodes", these episodes differed greatly in that rather than using CGI, all characters were models a la WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine (but were still in the Main/UncannyValley). There were also no live human characters (they, too, were models), none of the planes had moving faces, and all dialogue and narration was done by a narrator, rather than having a narrator and individual voice actors for each character. Also, in the first four model episodes, Jay Jay was red.reddish-brown. He was painted blue later due to his rudder being damaged by a hail storm, and they were out of his normal colored paint.


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* EvolvingCredits: In the first few episodes of the model series, the opening had Jay Jay reddish-brown. From "Old Oscar Leads the Parade" onward, he's painted blue.
30th Jul '15 5:42:47 PM PinkTwinkle
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** Jay Jay and Herky sometime seem to slip into each other's voices as a flub (which lampshades both are voiced by the same person).

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** Jay Jay and Herky sometime sometimes seem to slip into each other's voices as a flub (which lampshades both are voiced by the same person).
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