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28th May '16 3:36:45 PM bweb
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* CriticalResearchFailure: "In the Wake of the Mary Celeste" has a man claim to be the reincarnation of the ill-fated ship's Captain Briggs. Doctor Quest, using information the man gave him, finds the wreckage of said ship. However, the Mary Celeste did not sink under Briggs' command, but was instead found adrift nine days after the last log entry. The actual Mary Celeste was deliberately destroyed thirteen years after the famous disappearance as part of an insurance fraud scheme, and its wreckage would have been off the coast of Haiti, not the Sargasso Sea as claimed in the episode.
23rd May '16 2:58:56 AM Kooshmeister
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* BrokenAesop: The ending of "Ndovu's Last Journey," wherein the Quests decide ''not'' to reveal the location of the elephant graveyard. Because clearly the most pressing problem is humanity's greed for ivory, not that living elephants are being hunted and slaughtered for it. This effectively makes them [[NiceJobBreakingItHero indirectly responsible]] for every elephant killed by poachers afterward.
5th May '16 4:13:33 PM MarkLungo
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* SkullForAHead: Ezekiel Rage usually gets the "Phantom of the Opera" motif, what with his face badly burned and him having to wear a white mask. His Questworld avatar, though (which we see in "The Edge of Yesterday"), actually has a skull for a head.

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* SkullForAHead: Ezekiel Rage usually gets the "Phantom of the Opera" ''Franchise/PhantomOfTheOpera'' motif, what with his face badly burned and him having to wear a white mask. His Questworld avatar, though (which we see in "The Edge of Yesterday"), actually has a skull for a head.
5th May '16 4:07:06 PM MarkLungo
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'''Please note''' that all trope examples listed in this page should apply specifically to the 1990s series. Tropes that apply to the 60s series try ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest''. Tropes that apply to the 80s series try ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfJonnyQuest''

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'''Please note''' that all trope examples listed in this page should apply specifically to the 1990s series. Tropes that apply to the 60s series try ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest''. Tropes For tropes that apply to the 80s series series, try ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfJonnyQuest''
5th May '16 11:29:00 AM mkrgolf
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* EnvironmentSpecificActionFigure: The figure line for ''The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest'' didn't even ''have'' "regular" versions of the characters. You could get Race as a skydiver, Johnny as an astronaut, or Jessie as a [[BadassCape cape-wearing]], [[SpyCatsuit catsuit-sporting]] {{ninja}}, but good luck finding them in anything they actually ''wore on the show''. The closest to being [[ShowAccuracyToyAccuracy vaguely accurate]] were the [[CyberSpace Quest World]] figures, but these featured [[WTHCostumingDepartment candy-colored paint jobs]] that were in stark contrast with the dark-colored suits on the show, and featured a toy of the motorcycle from one sequence with ''giant yellow training wheels''.

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* EnvironmentSpecificActionFigure: The figure line for ''The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest'' didn't even ''have'' "regular" versions of the characters. You could get Race as a skydiver, Johnny Jonny as an astronaut, or Jessie as a [[BadassCape cape-wearing]], [[SpyCatsuit catsuit-sporting]] {{ninja}}, but good luck finding them in anything they actually ''wore on the show''. The closest to being [[ShowAccuracyToyAccuracy vaguely accurate]] were the [[CyberSpace Quest World]] figures, but these featured [[WTHCostumingDepartment candy-colored paint jobs]] that were in stark contrast with the dark-colored suits on the show, and featured a toy of the motorcycle from one sequence with ''giant yellow training wheels''.
30th Apr '16 5:14:04 PM nombretomado
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* ShipTease: According to the [[http://questfan.com/Page/Writer%27s_Bible.html Writer's Bible]] of ''The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest'', the writers wanted to ShipTease Jonny/Jessie in the first season. When a new head writer took over in season 2, ShipTease was also planned for Hadji/Jessie while continuing the Jonny/Jessie teasing from the previous season, hinting at at possible TwoGuysAndAGirl LoveTriangle. The Jonny/Jessie teasing culminated in the second season episode "Ghost Quest" where Jonny and Jessie [[KissingUnderTheInfluence kiss while possesed by the ghosts of two former lovers]].

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* ShipTease: According to the [[http://questfan.com/Page/Writer%27s_Bible.html Writer's Bible]] of ''The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest'', the writers wanted to ShipTease Jonny/Jessie in the first season. When a new head writer took over in season 2, ShipTease was also planned for Hadji/Jessie while continuing the Jonny/Jessie teasing from the previous season, hinting at at possible TwoGuysAndAGirl LoveTriangle. The Jonny/Jessie teasing culminated in the second season episode "Ghost Quest" where Jonny and Jessie [[KissingUnderTheInfluence kiss while possesed possessed by the ghosts of two former lovers]].



** The reporter in "Manhattan Maneater", Vince Vance, looks like he was designed to resemble ''CaptainPlanet'' villain Looten Plunder.

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** The reporter in "Manhattan Maneater", Vince Vance, looks like he was designed to resemble ''CaptainPlanet'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Captain Planet|and the Planeteers}}'' villain Looten Plunder.
29th Apr '16 10:21:29 PM Homemaderat
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'''Please note''' that all trope examples listed in this page should apply specifically to the 1990s series. Tropes that apply to the general premise of ''Jonny Quest'' better fit in the article for [[WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest the original series]].

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'''Please note''' that all trope examples listed in this page should apply specifically to the 1990s series. Tropes that apply to the general premise of ''Jonny Quest'' better fit in 60s series try ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest''. Tropes that apply to the article for [[WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest the original series]].80s series try ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfJonnyQuest''
24th Apr '16 5:25:45 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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%% HeyItsThatVoice has been moved to the trivia tab. please don't add it back here.
22nd Apr '16 2:23:18 PM JustTroper
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* ProverbialWisdom: Hadji, who is the most spiritual person in the group and a student Yogin, tends to speak in proverbs and aphorisms. Sometimes parodied:
-->'''Hadji''': Every great fiction held strongly in human belief is the mistaken image of some great truth.
-->'''Jessie''': What the heck does that mean?
-->'''Hadji''': To be completely honest, I'm not entirely certain. But you must admit, it does sound profound!
23rd Dec '15 10:53:41 AM Homemaderat
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* MotiveDecay: The writers promptly forgot about Ezekiel Rage's original (TearJerker and tragic) [[FreudianExcuse reason for going insane and becoming a villain]], in favor of making him the nigh-immortal leader of a bunch of doomsday cultists.

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* MotiveDecay: The writers promptly forgot about Ezekiel Rage's original (TearJerker and tragic) [[FreudianExcuse reason for going insane and becoming a villain]], in favor of making him the nigh-immortal leader of a bunch of doomsday cultists. Although given all the things the man has gone through, it's possible between episodes he has descended even further into madness.
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