History WesternAnimation / MyLifeAsATeenageRobot

23rd Oct '17 11:48:32 PM Moroaica
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* NeverSayDie: Completely averted. The cast regularly says "kill", "death" and "die". One episode is called "Dressed to Kill" and there's a character named Killgore.

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* NeverSayDie: Completely averted. The cast regularly says "kill", "death" "death", "dead" and "die". One episode is called "Dressed to Kill" and there's a character named Killgore.
23rd Oct '17 11:47:34 PM Moroaica
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* NeverSayDie: Although inconsistently.

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* NeverSayDie: Although inconsistently.Completely averted. The cast regularly says "kill", "death" and "die". One episode is called "Dressed to Kill" and there's a character named Killgore.
12th Oct '17 9:04:25 AM ladyofthelibrary
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%%* [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse What Happened to the Exo-Skin?]]
%%** What Happened to Melody?

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%%* * [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse What Happened to the Exo-Skin?]]
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Exo-Skin?]]: It just disappears after [[NightmareFuel a final shot of it]].
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What Happened to Melody?



** And in "Escape From Cluster Prime" when everybody in Tremerton, ''including Dr. Wakeman'', calls her out for accidentally ruining a parade while stopping a bad guy. [[spoiler:It sets off her leaving for Cluster Prime in the first place.]]

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** And in "Escape From Cluster Prime" when everybody in Tremerton, ''including Dr. Wakeman'', calls her out for accidentally ruining a parade while stopping a bad guy. [[spoiler:It [[spoiler: It sets off her leaving for Cluster Prime in the first place.]]]]
** The entire town, ''again including Dr. Wakeman'' (though mercifully not Sheldon), does it again in the Christmas special where they all believe that she went rogue and started destroying holidays of her own volition. Brad, Tuck and Dr. Wakeman are even implied to have never ''investigated why she never came home the last day she remembers''.
24th Sep '17 9:19:40 PM TheJayman49
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* BalloonBelly: Two literal examples:
** Jenny for a very brief moment in "Pest Control", where the rats disabling her central wiring system caused her belly to blow up like a balloon.
** Tuck in "Infectious Personality" after developing a farting problem so severe that he literally becomes a balloon filled with his own gas.



* GadgeteerGenius: Sheldon - nearly on par with Wakeman herself. Mog and some of the others are somewhere between GadgeteerGenius and MadScientist.

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* GadgeteerGenius: GadgeteerGenius:
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Sheldon - nearly on par with Wakeman herself. Mog and some of the others are somewhere between GadgeteerGenius and MadScientist.



* {{Gasshole}}: In the episode "Infectious Personality", Tuck develops a severe farting problem as a result of the space dust [[spoiler: to the point where his body inflates with his own gas]]

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* {{Gasshole}}: In the episode "Infectious Personality", Tuck develops a severe farting problem as a result of the after [[ItMakesSenseInContext Jenny accidentally infects him with space dust [[spoiler: dust]], to the point where his body inflates ''inflated with his own gas]]gas''.
22nd Jul '17 8:12:02 PM WarriorsGate
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* CutShort: Although Renzetti wanted to make more episodes, which would've included Jenny and Sheldon hooking up and presumably wrapped up the dangling Misty and Melody plotlines, the show ended with only three seasons.
23rd Feb '17 7:43:58 PM Jspy
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* {{Zeerust}}: This show is deliberately drawn in a very old fashioned sixties futuristic way.

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* {{Zeerust}}: This show is deliberately drawn in a very old fashioned sixties 1930s futuristic way.
29th Jan '17 4:36:37 PM DustSnitch
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* NoHarmRequirement: In the episode ''Shell Game'', Jenny lets all the harmless reptiles in a reptile exhibition loose in an attempt to draw ought Silver Shell whose stolen her robotic heart. But in the chaos, a giant deadly python gets loose and begins putting the squeeze on Sheldon. Jenny tries to hold out for Silver but unbeknownst to her, Silver Shell is actually Sheldon in a robot disguise. Fortunately she comes to her senses and engages the reptile. But after she gets Sheldon free and tries to [[MoreDakka empty her arsenal on the serpent]], Sheldon stops her because while he's dangerous, he's a protected species. So instead, Jenny gets the long reptile to chase her around, causing it to tie itself in a knot.
25th Jan '17 1:09:45 PM eroock
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* StrippingSnag: In "The Price of Love", Sheldon pays Pteresa to date him to make Jenny jealous so that she will notice him.[[note]]As it turns out, Jenny needed his help anyway to fix one of her hearing sensors.[[/note]] Sheldon ends up having to sell everything but his underwear at a GarageSale to pay Pteresa back. After Sheldon confesses to Jenny that he paid Pteresa to date him and make her jealous, A furious Jenny walks away from him. Sheldon tries to catch up with her, but his underwear gets caught in the front door, which ends up ripping it off and leaving him naked.
21st Jan '17 11:59:15 PM goodone121
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* Black Comedy: When Sheldon is Jenny various types of ears, one is the Van Gogh. According to him it's half off. Make pf that what you will
21st Jan '17 10:20:25 PM LegoLover58
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* Black Comedy: When Sheldon is Jenny various types of ears, one is the Van Gogh. According to him it's half off. Make pf that what you will
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