History WesternAnimation / RandyCunninghamNinthGradeNinja

29th Dec '15 5:25:02 AM Anddrix
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*** The Van Dam's creator's name is Victor Van Dam. That name is similar to [[SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom Victor Von Doom]].
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*** The Van Dam's creator's name is Victor Van Dam. That name is similar to [[SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom Victor Von Doom]].Doom.
25th Dec '15 8:32:28 AM luiz4200
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* CountingToPotato: Randy hides the Ninjanomicon under a math book cover that reads "easy as 1-2-C".
2nd Dec '15 10:21:56 AM CASCHero
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Ended with very little fanfare in 2015 after Disney XD burned off the remaining episodes of Season 2.
29th Nov '15 11:10:21 AM BatmanKalEl
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* InvisibleParents: With the notable exception of Hannibal [=McFist=] and his wife Marci Johnson, we don't see any parent yet (unless you count [[TheVoice Bucky's mother]]). In fact, ''we don't know Randy's family'' yet.
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* InvisibleParents: With the notable exception of Hannibal [=McFist=] and his wife Marci Johnson, Marci, we don't see any parent yet (unless you count [[TheVoice Bucky's mother]]). In fact, ''we don't know Randy's family'' yet.
25th Nov '15 7:03:49 PM SilverWings
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* CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot: The solution to many episodes' problems or completely avoiding the problem in the first place are almost always presented to Randy by the Nomicom. Randy, almost every single episode, comes up with an extremely roundabout interpretation of the Nomicom's advice that suits his desires. This is especially egregious in that the Nomicom's advice is almost always far clearer than that of similar objects throughout much of fiction. For instance, one episode involves Randy going on vacation to a resort island that keeps an eye on the guests' pulses. If they get too stressed out, they get catapulted back to the mainland. Randy gets very close to getting kicked off more than once when he runs into [=McFist=], who is there in order to relax with his wife and not be evil for once. The Nomicom's advice can be summed up as "Don't poke the bear." Randy comes to the conclusion that ''he'' is the bear and gets [=McFist=] kicked out of the resort, which naturally sets [=McFist=] off. ** It's also indirectly implied that Randy is aware of this. At one point he and Howard think it would be cool to set free some animals taken from Detention Island that are being used as sideshow attractions by [=McFist=]. They are genuinely surprised and excited when the Nomicom tells them in plain terms that this is a good idea. [[spoiler: Things only go south when they decide to keep the animals in Randy's garage as pets.]] ** The few examples of this rule being broken are as follows: *** In ''Ninjaception'', [[spoiler: Randy is caught in a LotusEaterMachine]] and thus cannot consult the Nomicom as he usually would. *** The season two finale has the Nomicom suggest to Randy that an unlikely ally is the key to defeating Evil Julian. [[spoiler: Randy assumes that the Nomicom meant Howard. Nobody can blame him for not even considering the Sorcerer as a potential ally.]]

* CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot: The solution to many episodes' problems or completely avoiding the problem in the first place are almost always presented to Randy by the Nomicom. Randy, almost every single episode, comes up with an extremely roundabout interpretation of the Nomicom's advice that suits his desires. This is especially egregious in that the Nomicom's advice is almost always far clearer than that of similar objects throughout much of fiction. For instance, one episode involves Randy going on vacation to a resort island that keeps an eye on the guests' pulses. If they get too stressed out, they get catapulted back to the mainland. Randy gets very close to getting kicked off more than once when he runs into [=McFist=], who is there in order to relax with his wife and not be evil for once. The Nomicom's advice can be summed up as "Don't poke the bear." Randy comes to the conclusion that ''he'' is the bear and gets [=McFist=] kicked out of the resort, which naturally sets [=McFist=] off. ** It's also indirectly implied that Randy is aware of this. At one point he and Howard think it would be cool to set free some animals taken from Detention Island that are being used as sideshow attractions by [=McFist=]. They are genuinely surprised and excited when the Nomicom tells them in plain terms that this is a good idea. [[spoiler: Things only go south when they decide to keep the animals in Randy's garage as pets.]] ** The few examples of this rule being broken are as follows: *** In ''Ninjaception'', [[spoiler: Randy is caught in a LotusEaterMachine]] and thus cannot consult the Nomicom as he usually would. *** The season two finale has the Nomicom suggest to Randy that an unlikely ally is the key to defeating Evil Julian. [[spoiler: Randy assumes that the Nomicom meant Howard. Nobody can blame him for not even considering the Sorcerer as a potential ally.]]
12th Oct '15 8:29:24 AM GreenLionPilot
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** During the end of "Fudge Factory", Randy was looking at the screen while explaining the consequences of lying.
26th Sep '15 4:52:13 PM SilverWings
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* WeCouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot: The solution to many episodes' problems or completely avoiding the problem in the first place are almost always presented to Randy by the Nomicom. Randy, almost OncePerEpsiode, comes up with an extremely roundabout interpretation of the Nomicom's advice that suits his desires. This is especially egregious in that the Nomicom's advice is almost always far clearer than that of similar objects throughout much of fiction. For instance, one episode involves Randy going on vacation to a resort island that keeps an eye on the guests' pulses. If they get too stressed out, they get catapulted back to the mainland. Randy gets very close to getting kicked off more than once when he runs into [=McFist=], who is there in order to relax with his wife and not be evil for once. The Nomicom's advice can be summed up as "Don't poke the bear." Randy comes to the conclusion that ''he'' is the bear and gets [=McFist=] kicked out of the resort, which naturally sets [=McFist=] off.
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* WeCouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot: CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot: The solution to many episodes' problems or completely avoiding the problem in the first place are almost always presented to Randy by the Nomicom. Randy, almost OncePerEpsiode, every single episode, comes up with an extremely roundabout interpretation of the Nomicom's advice that suits his desires. This is especially egregious in that the Nomicom's advice is almost always far clearer than that of similar objects throughout much of fiction. For instance, one episode involves Randy going on vacation to a resort island that keeps an eye on the guests' pulses. If they get too stressed out, they get catapulted back to the mainland. Randy gets very close to getting kicked off more than once when he runs into [=McFist=], who is there in order to relax with his wife and not be evil for once. The Nomicom's advice can be summed up as "Don't poke the bear." Randy comes to the conclusion that ''he'' is the bear and gets [=McFist=] kicked out of the resort, which naturally sets [=McFist=] off.
26th Sep '15 4:51:28 PM SilverWings
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* WeCouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot: The solution to many episodes' problems or completely avoiding the problem in the first place are almost always presented to Randy by the Nomicom. Randy, almost OncePerEpsiode, comes up with an extremely roundabout interpretation of the Nomicom's advice that suits his desires. This is especially egregious in that the Nomicom's advice is almost always far clearer than that of similar objects throughout much of fiction. For instance, one episode involves Randy going on vacation to a resort island that keeps an eye on the guests' pulses. If they get too stressed out, they get catapulted back to the mainland. Randy gets very close to getting kicked off more than once when he runs into [=McFist=], who is there in order to relax with his wife and not be evil for once. The Nomicom's advice can be summed up as "Don't poke the bear." Randy comes to the conclusion that ''he'' is the bear and gets [=McFist=] kicked out of the resort, which naturally sets [=McFist=] off. ** It's also indirectly implied that Randy is aware of this. At one point he and Howard think it would be cool to set free some animals taken from Detention Island that are being used as sideshow attractions by [=McFist=]. They are genuinely surprised and excited when the Nomicom tells them in plain terms that this is a good idea. [[spoiler: Things only go south when they decide to keep the animals in Randy's garage as pets.]] ** The few examples of this rule being broken are as follows: *** In ''Ninjaception'', [[spoiler: Randy is caught in a LotusEaterMachine]] and thus cannot consult the Nomicom as he usually would. *** The season two finale has the Nomicom suggest to Randy that an unlikely ally is the key to defeating Evil Julian. [[spoiler: Randy assumes that the Nomicom meant Howard. Nobody can blame him for not even considering the Sorcerer as a potential ally.]]
10th Sep '15 7:00:05 PM nombretomado
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** NickFury: In ''Bro-ing Down the House'', Viceroy tells Randy and Howard that [[ItMakesSenseInContext it's not his first rodeo]].
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** NickFury: ComicBook/NickFury: In ''Bro-ing Down the House'', Viceroy tells Randy and Howard that [[ItMakesSenseInContext it's not his first rodeo]].
16th Aug '15 11:46:49 PM queenofthenight16
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** Film/BigTroubleinLittleTokyo: ''Big Trouble in Little Norrisville''.
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** Film/BigTroubleinLittleTokyo: Film/BigTroubleinLittleChina: ''Big Trouble in Little Norrisville''.
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