History WesternAnimation / Reboot

23rd May '17 9:32:56 AM Mooncalf
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** In "Daemon Rising", Mike mentions that he used to live with Hexadecimal... and adds, "Not in the biblical sense, though."
23rd May '17 8:28:05 AM Mooncalf
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* DanceEnding: The end of season three (which was intended to be the series finale) caps off with a musical act that summarizes the plot. Set to ''[[Creator/GilbertAndSullivan Modern Major General]]'', to boot.

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* DanceEnding: DancePartyEnding: The end of season three (which was intended to be the series finale) caps off with a musical act that summarizes the plot. Set to ''[[Creator/GilbertAndSullivan Modern Major General]]'', to boot.
23rd May '17 8:26:46 AM Mooncalf
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* DanceEnding: The end of season three (which was intended to be the series finale) caps off with a musical act that summarizes the plot. Set to ''[[Creator/GilbertAndSullivan Modern Major General]]'', to boot.
23rd May '17 6:29:22 AM Mooncalf
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* UncannyValley: Hexadecimal's rigid mask that only changes expressions between frames certainly does wonders for her creepiness factor.
23rd May '17 6:26:23 AM Mooncalf
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* ExpressiveMask: Hexadecimal; her mask actually is her face, and there is ''nothing at all'' behind it. It is somewhat limited, though, as it is seemingly rigid and only changes between frames or if something blocks the view for a moment (such as passing her hand over it). This, of course, makes it even creepier. [[spoiler:After Bob manages to repair its code, it becomes fully expressive.]]
22nd May '17 6:57:30 PM Mooncalf
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* VictoryIsBoring: Hexadecimal's "Medusa Bug" comes very close to turning all of Mainframe (and its inhabitants) into stone... when Bob tells her that it must be nice and quiet and peaceful like this. She immediately realizes how incredibly boring it would be (since she delights in chaos and craziness) and immediately unmakes the bug's effect, essentially "saving" the day from herself.
28th Apr '17 11:31:58 AM Omeganian
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In 2013 a [[JustForPun reboot]] was [[http://www.bringbackreboot.com/1/post/2013/10/press-release-reboot-in-development.html announced]], titled ''ReBoot: the Guardian Code''. [[http://www.corusent.com/home/Corporate/PressReleases/tabid/1697/Default.aspx?Id=3007 A press release]] in 2015 later revealed it would be a CGI/Live-Action hybrid show where [[RecruitTeenagersWithAttitude Teenagers With Attitude]] battle the forces of Megabyte and the Sourcerer as they unleash mega-virus monsters to attack electronic systems.

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In 2013 a [[JustForPun reboot]] was [[http://www.bringbackreboot.com/1/post/2013/10/press-release-reboot-in-development.html announced]], titled ''ReBoot: the Guardian Code''. [[http://www.corusent.com/home/Corporate/PressReleases/tabid/1697/Default.aspx?Id=3007 A press release]] in 2015 later revealed it would be a CGI/Live-Action hybrid show where [[RecruitTeenagersWithAttitude Teenagers With Attitude]] battle the forces of Megabyte and the Sourcerer as they unleash mega-virus monsters to attack electronic systems.
systems. In March 2017, a photo has been shown in [[https://twitter.com/ytv/statuses/846859789997146113 a tweet]]. Reception is... mixed.
11th Apr '17 8:06:52 AM Bluecatcinema
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* GilliganCut: In TheCrimsonBinome, when word breaks that something bad is going down at the docks, Enzo says that Bob lives out that way and whatever's happening, he'll be on top of it. Cut to panic in the streets as the raiding pirates take everyone prisoner, and meanwhile Bob is completely oblivious, working on his car and [[HeadphonesEqualIsolation listening to music on a large pair of headphones.]]

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* GilliganCut: In TheCrimsonBinome, "The Crimson Binome", when word breaks that something bad is going down at the docks, Enzo says that Bob lives out that way and whatever's happening, he'll be on top of it. Cut to panic in the streets as the raiding pirates take everyone prisoner, and meanwhile Bob is completely oblivious, working on his car and [[HeadphonesEqualIsolation listening to music on a large pair of headphones.]]



* InterruptedDeclarationOfLove: Seen in "Gigabyte" when the eponymous virus bears down on Bob and Dot.
--> '''Bob:''' Dot, I... I wanna-\\
'''Dot:''' I know, Bob. I know.



* RealityEnsues: The events of "Game Over" provide a painful example; [[spoiler: Enzo, while resourceful and courageous, was still a kid, so when he found himself in a game that required ''physical and combat superiority'' to win, he was completely outclassed.]]



* SinisterScrappingSound: In "Gigabyte" the titular virus corners Bob and Dot in an alleyway and scraps his long claws along the wall as he slowly approaches them.

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* SinisterScrappingSound: SinisterScrapingSound: In "Gigabyte" the titular virus corners Bob and Dot in an alleyway and scraps his long claws along the wall as he slowly approaches them.


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* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: [[spoiler: Dr. Wellman Matrix created a portal device to connect and travel to other systems. But when he activated it, it ended up destroying Mainframe's sister city, reducing everyone in it, including Wellman, into Nulls, and bringing Megabyte and Hexadecimal to Mainframe, thereby setting the events of the entire series in motion.]]
10th Apr '17 1:53:05 AM Dargar
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** At Enzo's birthday party, one of the acts makes balloon animals out of nulls, which squeak, while the crowd stares on in horror. It wasn't until later on that nulls were revealed to effectively be corpses of sprites that lost a game. They could've just disliked the sounds of the nulls screaming.
19th Feb '17 5:56:21 PM Toli
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* ArcWelding: The Web creatures' appearance in ''Nullzilla'' marked the very first multi-episode story arc of ''[=ReBoot=]'', and it lead directly into the following four episodes and, by extension, all of season three, but it was originally a random event within the story and isolated from other plotlines. However, in ''The Episode With No Name'' of season three it is revealed that Daemon, a supervirus that would become the BigBad of season four, deliberately sent the Web creature to Mainframe as part of her EvilPlan to infect the entire Net.

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* ArcWelding: The Web creatures' appearance in ''Nullzilla'' marked the very first multi-episode story arc of ''[=ReBoot=]'', and it lead directly into the following four episodes and, by extension, all of season three, but it was originally a random ra-ndom event within the story and isolated from other plotlines. However, in ''The Episode With No Name'' of season three it is revealed that Daemon, a supervirus that would become the BigBad of season four, deliberately sent the Web creature to Mainframe as part of her EvilPlan to infect the entire Net.


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* GoneHorriblyRight: how Bob gets Hexadecimal to reverse the Medusa virus. by pointing out how still, quiet, peaceful, and worst of all Predictable Mainframe has become with everyone frozen in place.
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