History WesternAnimation / LibertysKids

25th May '18 2:05:42 PM luiz4200
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* ExactWords: In "Lafayette Arrives", the Continental Congress never received the letter the King of France told Benjamin Franklin to write because he was told to ''write'' it but not to ''send'' it.
11th Feb '18 9:53:51 AM tyrekecorrea
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* TokenTrio: Sarah, a Loyalist, James, a Patriot, and Henri, a Frenchman. They all represent key actors involved in the American Revolution.
11th Feb '18 8:56:03 AM tyrekecorrea
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* SickEpisode: Sarah contracts Smallpox in "An American In Paris." More accurately, she gets inoculated for smallpox and has a reaction, most likely a mild form of the disease. But yes, she gets better.

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* SickEpisode: Sarah contracts Smallpox in "An American In Paris." More accurately, she gets inoculated for smallpox and has a reaction, most likely a mild form of the disease. But yes, she She gets better.better, though.



** Befitting their age, James and Sarah are initially blind to their patriotism toward their respective home countries, though it doesn't take long for them to see the truth of things. This is referenced in the lyrics of the theme song: "Feeling my pain as innocence dies."

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** Befitting their age, James and Sarah are initially blind to their patriotism toward their respective home countries, though it doesn't take long for them to see the truth of things. This is referenced in the lyrics of the theme song: "Feeling my the pain as innocence dies."
25th Jan '18 1:37:52 AM AtarahDerek
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* IResembleThatRemark: In Lafayette's introductory episode, Washington complains that he dreads meeting what he perceives as another "preening foreigner playing at war" and only seeking glory--to Alexander Hamilton, a cocky foreigner who is definitely here for the military glory. Hamilton flinches and bites his tongue.
30th Nov '17 9:32:06 AM smasll_lordvoice
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* Adorkable: Several of the characters, especially anyone under 20. James and Udney both have several moments of this.

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* Adorkable: {{Adorkable}}: Several of the characters, especially anyone under 20. James and Udney both have several moments of this.
30th Nov '17 9:31:31 AM smasll_lordvoice
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* Adorkable: Several of the characters, especially anyone under 20. James and Udney both have several moments of this.
** Of the historical characters, Lafayette displays this the most. He fanboys over Washington and is always ridiculously optimistic, even after getting shot.


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* FanDisservice: Ben Franklin taking a bath in one episode.
22nd Sep '17 8:54:05 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* DeliberateValuesDissonance: Despite being for children, the show never glosses over or whitewashes the prejudices of the era it's set in. Anti-black racism in particular is a recurring element.
16th Jun '17 10:22:25 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* InformedAbility: Much like in real-life, General Charles Lee is repeatedly touted as the best officer in the Continental Army owing to his wartime experience with the Royal Army, despite being in the presence of fellow veterans like Washington. Also much like in real-life, his actions throughout the war do more harm to the colonial cause than good, eventually getting him court-martialed and spelling the end of his career.
31st Mar '17 2:27:54 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* BerserkButton: As General Charles Lee finds out the hard way at Monmouth, insulting Washington's troops is a surefire way to get on Commander-in-Chief's bad side.
16th Feb '17 12:06:55 AM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* CavalryBetrayal: Happens in "Not Yet Begun to Fight", where during his fight with the ''Serapis'' John Paul Jones sees the American frigate ''Alliance'' come to their aid.....only to fire a full broadside into the ''Bonhomme Richard'' before retreating. This is true to the real-life account of what happened and it was never definitively established why the captain of the ''Alliance'' acted as he did.
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