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16th Aug '15 8:16:20 PM WaveSwallow
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* DentedIron: The Monsters' coach is a former player who suffers from a degenerative disease that prevents the rejuvinator from healing injuries fully, he is now left a wreck as all of the injuries he sustained have caught up to him.
4th Jun '15 7:13:33 AM starofjusticev21
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* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Zalgor's is live spiders.
13th Jun '13 11:43:56 AM starofjusticev21
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* AffirmativeActionGirl: The second season introduced us to Thrasher Malone, the show's first female mutant.
7th Nov '12 10:33:46 PM nombretomado
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* ChristmasEpisode: Same thing as AChristmasCarol, but [[YetAnotherChristmasCarol no ghosts]].
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* ChristmasEpisode: Same thing as AChristmasCarol, Literature/AChristmasCarol, but [[YetAnotherChristmasCarol no ghosts]].
28th Aug '12 8:22:16 PM starofjusticev21
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* GoodThingYouCanHeal: Although players' arms, legs and heads were frequently knocked off, they could usually come out good as new by bathing in a machine called the rejuvenator. As Joe Magician showed in the second season, though, there ''was'' a limit to how far this went... * LargeHamAnnouncer[=/=]EverythingsBetterWithBob: Especially one game commentator with a [[VocalDissonance high-pitched voice]].
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* GoodThingYouCanHeal: Although players' arms, legs and heads were frequently knocked off, they could usually come out good as new by bathing in a machine called the rejuvenator. As Joe Magician showed in the second season, a couple episodes showed, though, there ''was'' a limit to how far this went... * LargeHamAnnouncer[=/=]EverythingsBetterWithBob: Especially one game commentator with a [[VocalDissonance high-pitched voice]].were things it couldn't fix.
28th Aug '12 8:17:39 PM starofjusticev21
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* BrokenAesop: In one episode, evil mutants try to trick some adolescent fans into jumping into toxic waste to mutate themselves and be more like their idols in the League. The kids hesitate because "norms can't mutate". The very existence of the Mutant League is proof that isn't true. Everyone in it from the players to the refs, coaches, team owners and other league officials, in addition to civilian mutants, ''were'' ordinary humans once upon a time. Trying to mutate yourself wouldn't be an easy or smart thing to do, sure. But obviously it can be done.
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* BrokenAesop: In one episode, evil mutants try to trick some adolescent fans into jumping into toxic waste to mutate themselves and be more like their idols in the League. The kids hesitate because "norms can't mutate". The very existence of the Mutant League is proof that isn't true. Everyone in it from it--from the players to the players, refs, coaches, team owners owners, play-by-play guy and other league officials, in addition various mutants who had nothing to civilian mutants, ''were'' do with the League--''were'' ordinary humans once upon a time. Trying to mutate yourself wouldn't be an easy or smart thing to do, sure. But obviously it can be done.

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* BrokenAesop: In one episode, evil mutants try to trick some adolescent fans into jumping into toxic waste to mutate themselves and be more like their idols in the League. The kids hesitate because "norms can't mutate". The very existence of the Mutant League EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: Zalgor's main thug is proof that isn't true. Everyone in it from the players to the refs, coaches, team owners and other league officials, in addition to civilian mutants, ''were'' ordinary humans once upon a time. Trying to mutate yourself wouldn't be an easy or smart thing to do, sure. But obviously it can be done.named Thug.
28th Aug '12 8:08:31 PM starofjusticev21
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* BrokenAesop: In one episode, evil mutants try to trick some adolescent fans into jumping into toxic waste to mutate themselves and be more like their idols in the League. The kids hesitate because "norms can't mutate". The very existence of the Mutant League is proof that isn't true. Everyone in it from the players to the refs, coaches, team owners and other league officials, in addition to civilian mutants, ''were'' ordinary humans once upon a time. Trying to mutate yourself wouldn't an easy or smart thing to do, sure. But obviously it can be done.
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* BrokenAesop: In one episode, evil mutants try to trick some adolescent fans into jumping into toxic waste to mutate themselves and be more like their idols in the League. The kids hesitate because "norms can't mutate". The very existence of the Mutant League is proof that isn't true. Everyone in it from the players to the refs, coaches, team owners and other league officials, in addition to civilian mutants, ''were'' ordinary humans once upon a time. Trying to mutate yourself wouldn't be an easy or smart thing to do, sure. But obviously it can be done.
28th Aug '12 8:07:36 PM starofjusticev21
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* BrokenAesop: A moral of the show was that regular people wouldn't survive the things that happened to the mutant athletes, because "norms can't mutate". The hole in that argument is all the mutants in the show (from the players to the refs, coaches, team owners and other league officials, in addition to civilian mutants) ''were'' ordinary humans once upon a time. ** How is that a hole in the argument? Is there any chance a norm would deliberately try to mutate? *** In the episode where this came up, some of the mutants' adolescent fans were tempted to jump into toxic waste so they could mutate and be more like their idols.
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* BrokenAesop: A moral of In one episode, evil mutants try to trick some adolescent fans into jumping into toxic waste to mutate themselves and be more like their idols in the show was that regular people wouldn't survive the things that happened to the mutant athletes, League. The kids hesitate because "norms can't mutate". The hole in very existence of the Mutant League is proof that argument is all the mutants isn't true. Everyone in the show (from it from the players to the refs, coaches, team owners and other league officials, in addition to civilian mutants) mutants, ''were'' ordinary humans once upon a time. ** How is that a hole in the argument? Is there any chance a norm would deliberately try time. Trying to mutate? *** In the episode where this came up, some of the mutants' adolescent fans were tempted to jump into toxic waste so they could mutate and yourself wouldn't an easy or smart thing to do, sure. But obviously it can be more like their idols.done.
20th Aug '12 11:07:05 AM starofjusticev21
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* BrokenAesop: A moral of the show was that regular people wouldn't survive the things that happened to the mutant athletes, because "norms can't mutate". The hole in that argument is all the mutants in the show (from the players to the refs, coaches, team owners and other league officials, in addition to civilian mutants) ''were'' ordinary humans once upon a time. ** How is that a hole in the argument? Is there any chance a norm would deliberately try to mutate? *** In the episode where this came up, some of the mutants' adolescent fans were tempted to jump into toxic waste so they could mutate and be more like their idols.
28th Jul '12 2:52:06 PM feotakahari
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* BrokenAesop: A moral of the show was that regular people wouldn't survive the things that happened to the mutant athletes, because "norms can't mutate". The hole in that argument is all the mutants in the show (from the players to the refs, coaches, team owners and other league officials, in addition to civilian mutants) ''were'' ordinary humans once upon a time. ** How is that a hole in the argument? Is there any chance a norm would deliberately try to mutate?
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