History WesternAnimation / PlanetSheen

26th Nov '16 8:46:41 PM LloydNebulon
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** Dorkus and Pinter are this to King Gooboot and Ooblar.

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** Dorkus and Pinter are this to King Gooboot Goobot and Ooblar.



* {{Flanderization}}: So much so that the entire trope could have been easily renamed Sheenization. While Sheen in the original show was definitely a hyperactive, geeky kid that could turn annoying every once in a while, every single trait of his character that might have been considered at least slightly serious (such as his genuine love for his friends and father as well as bravery) is practically wiped out of existence for the sake of ''Planet Sheen''.

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* {{Flanderization}}: So much so that the entire trope could have been easily renamed Sheenization. While Sheen in the original show was definitely a hyperactive, geeky kid that could turn annoying every once in a while, every single trait of his character that might have been considered at least slightly serious (such as his genuine love for his friends and father father, his short-temper, as well as his bravery) is practically wiped out of existence for the sake of ''Planet Sheen''.



--> '''Sheen''': I know that and we will, but my Uncle MIguel always said "You gotta stop and smell the milkshakes".

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--> '''Sheen''': I know that and we will, but my Uncle MIguel Miguel always said "You gotta stop and smell the milkshakes".
25th Nov '16 11:11:16 AM LloydNebulon
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** Not only is he not seen, Dorkus does not even mention him

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** Not only is he not seen, Dorkus does not even mention himhim.



* {{Expy}}:

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* {{Expy}}:{{Expy}}: Sheen's friends from Earth have been replaced with these guys:



** Mr. Nesmith seems more like Jimmy Neutron's counterpart of the show.

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** Mr. Nesmith seems more like Jimmy Neutron's would appear to be Jimmy's counterpart of the show.



** Aseefa seems to be Libby's counterpart, but acts more like Betty or April.
** Chock-Chock seems like this to Goddard.
** Princess Oom apparently is Brittany's Expy.
** Cindy is the only one of Sheen's friends who doesn't have a counterpart in this series.



--> '''Mr. Nesmith''': Sheen, don't you think it's more important to focus on fixing the rocket, so we can return to Earth instead of having a milkshake?
--> '''Sheen''': I know that and we will, but my Uncle MIguel always said "You gotta stop and smell the milkshakes".



* FullNameBasis: In the pilot, Sheen calls Jimmy Neutron by his first and last name [[RuleOfFunny just to illustrate how dumb he is for not realising what the initials on the sticky notes stand for]].

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* FullNameBasis: In the pilot, Sheen calls Jimmy Neutron by his first and last name [[RuleOfFunny just to illustrate how dumb he is for not realising what the initials on the sticky notes stand for]].
20th Nov '16 3:04:25 PM LloydNebulon
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Premiered alongside ''[[WesternAnimation/TuffPuppy T.U.F.F. Puppy]]'' on Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} October 2, 2010, the series was met with lackluster reception. About half of the first season was aired on Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} before they moved new episodes to be broadcast on Creator/{{Nicktoons}} only, similarly to ''WesternAnimation/BackAtTheBarnyard'' (which was produced by the same company). The last episode to be aired of the first season was released on February 15, 2013, with no likely followup, resulting in [[LeftHanging no resolution to Sheen's return to Earth]].

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Premiered alongside ''[[WesternAnimation/TuffPuppy T.U.F.F. Puppy]]'' on Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} October 2, 2010, the series was met with lackluster reception. About half of the first season was aired on Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} before they moved new episodes to be broadcast on Creator/{{Nicktoons}} only, similarly to ''WesternAnimation/BackAtTheBarnyard'' (which was produced by the same company). The last episode to be aired of the first season was released on February 15, 2013, with no likely followup, resulting in [[LeftHanging no resolution to Sheen's return to Earth]]. There was supposed to be a TV movie about Jimmy and the gang trying to rescue Sheen, but due to low ratings, production costs and several staff members moving on, it was cancelled.



* ArtEvolution: The animation software used is a much bigger improvement than ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutron'', is the same software as used in ''WesternAnimation/BackAtTheBarnyard'', and it shows.

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* ArtEvolution: The animation software used is a much bigger improvement than ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutron'', the original, is the same software as used in ''WesternAnimation/BackAtTheBarnyard'', and it shows.shows that in the first episode.
19th Nov '16 3:53:22 PM LloydNebulon
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Before too long, he finds himself accidentally stranded on the planet Zeenu, four million and one lightyears away from home. There, he becomes an ambassador to the local purple-skinned Zeenuians, the Emperor of whom believes him to be a hyper-intelligent being sent from the heavens to guide them. He makes some new friends too, including Doppy--an alien who looks remarkably like his old friend Carl--and Nesmith--a highly intelligent astronaut chimp who tries to fix the rocket so he and Sheen can return home to Earth.

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Before too long, he finds himself accidentally stranded on the planet Zeenu, four million and one lightyears away from home. There, he becomes an ambassador to the local purple-skinned Zeenuians, the Emperor of whom believes him to be a hyper-intelligent being sent from the heavens to guide them. He makes some new friends too, including Doppy--an alien who looks remarkably like his old friend Carl--and Mr. Nesmith--a highly intelligent astronaut chimp who tries to fix the rocket so he and Sheen can return home to Earth.
19th Nov '16 3:51:23 PM LloydNebulon
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A {{Spin off}} of ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutron Jimmy Neutron'', and the 29th [[Franchise/{{Nicktoons}} Nicktoon]] overall.

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A {{Spin off}} of ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutron ''[[WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutron Jimmy Neutron'', Neutron]]'', and the 29th [[Franchise/{{Nicktoons}} Nicktoon]] overall.
18th Nov '16 9:05:38 PM LloydNebulon
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{{Spin off}} of ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutron'', and the 29th [[Franchise/{{Nicktoons}} Nicktoon]] overall.

One day, Jimmy Neutron's intellectually-challenged friend Sheen Estevez sneaks into the secret lab and boards Jimmy's latest experimental rocket.

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A {{Spin off}} of ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutron'', ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutron Jimmy Neutron'', and the 29th [[Franchise/{{Nicktoons}} Nicktoon]] overall.

One day, Jimmy Neutron's intellectually-challenged friend Sheen Estevez sneaks into the secret lab and boards Jimmy's latest experimental rocket.
lab and finds his new rocket, made just for one. He then presses a button and is blasted off into the regions of outer space.



* {{Flanderization}}: So much so that the entire trope could have been easily renamed Sheenization. While Sheen in the original show was definitely a hyperactive, geeky kid that could turn annoying every once in a while, every single trait of his character that might have been considered at least slightly deep (such as his genuine love for his friends and family as well as bravery) is practically wiped out of existence for the sake of ''Planet Sheen''.

to:

* {{Flanderization}}: So much so that the entire trope could have been easily renamed Sheenization. While Sheen in the original show was definitely a hyperactive, geeky kid that could turn annoying every once in a while, every single trait of his character that might have been considered at least slightly deep serious (such as his genuine love for his friends and family father as well as bravery) is practically wiped out of existence for the sake of ''Planet Sheen''.


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* NoEnding: Does Sheen ever get back to Earth?
31st Oct '16 9:44:24 AM Jaro7788
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* {{Flanderization}}: So much so that the entire trope could have been easily renamed Sheenization. While Sheen in the original show was definitely a hyperactive, geeky kid that could turn annoying every once in a while, every single trait of his character that might have been considered at least slightly deep (such as his genuine love for his friends and family as well as bravery) is practically wiped out of existence for the sake of ''Planet Sheen''.



* ShipSinking: Hey, remember Libby? Sheen doesn't seem to.

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* ShipSinking: Hey, remember Libby? Sheen doesn't seem to. Doubles as AbandonShipping since Sheen's turning into an obnoxious prick pretty much leaves him with little fans caring enough for whether he ever gets the new girl (Aseefa).
1st Sep '16 4:07:30 AM Jaro7788
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* BigGood: The Emperor

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* BigGood: The EmperorEmperor, although only to some extent. While he may appear generous and kindhearted at first, especially towards Sheen, deep down he's just a big dumb child with zero knowledge as to how to run a planet who seems to have little to no interest in the well-being of his subjects, frequently inventing ridiculous events and regulations just to tame his own boredom.



* EvilChancellor: Dorkus, until his royal adviser position is given to Sheen.
** Dorkus still retains his royal adviser position, he's only been demoted from being the Emperor's Top Adviser.

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* EvilChancellor: Dorkus, until although partly subverted. Yes, he is mean and evil and never above cheating if it serves his royal adviser position is given to Sheen.
** Dorkus still retains
interests but his royal adviser position, he's only been demoted from being goal seems to be winning back the Emperor's Top Adviser.favor, in order to do which he needs to get rid of Sheen. Even if he does consider his ruler to be incedibly vain (and seeing as he's [[StrawmanHasAPoint totally right about that]]), he never once tries to actually depose him.
6th Aug '16 4:53:52 PM Wingnut
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* SeriesContinuityError: When Sheen first meets Dorkus, it was very briefly at the end of the pilot, and Sheen clearly knew that Doppy's resemblance to Carl. Then, come the very next episode and Doppy's proper introduction, Sheen does not catch Doppy's resemblance to Carl, not even after flashing back to all the good times they had together.

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* SeriesContinuityError: When Sheen first meets Dorkus, Doppy, it was very briefly at the end of the pilot, and Sheen clearly knew that Doppy's his resemblance to Carl. Then, come the very next episode and Doppy's proper introduction, Sheen does not catch Doppy's his resemblance to Carl, Carl at all, not even after flashing back to all the good times they had together.
4th Aug '16 9:41:21 AM Wingnut
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* SeriesContinuityError: When Sheen first meets Dorkus, it was very briefly at the end of the pilot, and Sheen clearly knew that Doppy's resemblance to Carl. Then, come the very next episode and Doppy's proper introduction, Sheen does not catch Doppy's resemblance to Carl, not even after flashing back to all the good times they had together.
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