History WesternAnimation / SevenLittleMonsters

2nd Feb '17 5:31:06 PM Javertshark13
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* DarkReprise: After his siblings drive him crazy one day, Four sings a song about what the world would be like if he was an only child and four was the only number that mattered. When awishing star based on [[Film/ItsAWonderfulLife Clarence the angel]] grants his wish and he finds that he misses his siblings and four is not the only number that should be taken into consideration, he sings a somber version of said song.

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* DarkReprise: After his siblings drive him crazy one day, Four sings a song about what the world would be like if he was an only child and four was the only number that mattered. When awishing a wishing star based on [[Film/ItsAWonderfulLife Clarence the angel]] grants his wish and he finds that he misses his siblings siblings, and four is not the only number that should be taken into consideration, he sings a somber version of said song.
1st Feb '17 4:53:20 AM Hedging
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* DarkReprise: After his siblings drive him crazy one day, Four sings a song about what the world would be like if he was an only child and four was the only number that mattered. When wishing star based on [[Film/ItsAWonderfulLife Clarence the angel]] grants his wish and he finds that he misses his siblings and four is not the only number that should be taken into consideration, he sings a somber version of said song.

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* DarkReprise: After his siblings drive him crazy one day, Four sings a song about what the world would be like if he was an only child and four was the only number that mattered. When wishing When awishing star based on [[Film/ItsAWonderfulLife Clarence the angel]] grants his wish and he finds that he misses his siblings and four is not the only number that should be taken into consideration, he sings a somber version of said song.
21st Jan '17 6:57:06 PM Javertshark13
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* SeriousBusiness: After a trip to the fire house, Seven becomes worried that a fire could start at any minute, and doesn't appreciate his siblings making light of it. He even invokes this word for word.
12th Jan '17 11:54:34 PM Xtifr
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''Seven Little Monsters'' was a book by Creator/MauriceSendak (of ''Literature/WhereTheWildThingsAre'', and the illustrator of ''LittleBear'') that got a AnimatedAdaptation about a family of [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin seven monsters]] and their mother. It was a part of the Creator/{{PBS}} Kids Bookworm Bunch from 2000-2002 and aired from 2003-2007 on Creator/{{YTV}}.

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''Seven Little Monsters'' was a book by Creator/MauriceSendak (of ''Literature/WhereTheWildThingsAre'', and the illustrator of ''LittleBear'') ''Literature/WhereTheWildThingsAre'' fame) that got a AnimatedAdaptation about a family of [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin seven monsters]] and their mother. It was a part of the Creator/{{PBS}} Kids Bookworm Bunch from 2000-2002 and aired from 2003-2007 on Creator/{{YTV}}.
9th Jan '17 7:40:28 PM Javertshark13
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* AFormYouAreComfortableWith: Star Zero is told to appear to Four in a way he'll understand, so she possesses Belinda the cow. Because a talking cow is totally less strange than a magic wishing star.


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* DemonicPossession: Star Zero possesses Belinda the cow to talk with Four in "It's a Wonder-Four Life."


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* ParentalAbandonment: The monsters think their mom has done this in "Runaway Mom." She hasn't, of course.
9th Jan '17 7:29:54 PM Javertshark13
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* Expy: Star number zero is pretty much a femaleized wish star version of Clarence from Film/ItsAWonderfulLife.

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* Expy: ExactWords: In "It's a Wonder-Four Life", Four wishes he had no brothers or sisters. In the alternate universe this leads to, his siblings still exist, he's just not related to them.
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Star number zero Zero is pretty much a femaleized wish star version of Clarence from Film/ItsAWonderfulLife.


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* InnocentlyInsensitive: Four's siblings in "It's a Wonder-Four Life." Five keeps him awake by playing loudly, One accidentally destroys his hat while vacuuming, Six wrecks a project he's working on by dancing too close, and Two uses up all the hot water in the tub. [[ItsAWonderfulPlot That night, he rashly wishes he didn't have any brothers or sisters...]]


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* MistakenForDying: Sam the turtle in "Losing Sam." He falls out the window onto the roof, but the monsters think he was sucked down the tub drain (Five was taking a bath and left the room for a moment).


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* TraumaCongaLine: Four goes through one in "It's a Wonder-Four Life", leading him to wish he was an only child.


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* VerySpecialEpisode: "Losing Sam." In this case, Sam wasn't even in danger of dying (unless he fell off the roof), the monsters just thought he was.
* VillainSong: "How Fabulous it is to Be a Four" in "It's a Wonder-Four Life." Loose definition of "villain" here, but it's still a song about how he wishes his siblings didn't exist.
4th Jan '17 9:02:49 AM Hedging
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* CryingWolf: In the episode, ''The two who cried ouch'', Two lately is always second in everything (hence his name) and feels unappreciated. When he gets sick, he becomes the center of attention and is treated like a king. But after learning once he recovers that he will not receive this treatment anymore now that he is better, he starts faking injuries to keep getting his way. But after geeling guilty and going to confess, he actually gets hurt. But the others (as Four caught him jumping up and down when he was suppose to be hurt and told the rest of the monsters) don't believe him...

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* CryingWolf: In the episode, ''The two who cried ouch'', Two lately is always second in everything (hence his name) and feels unappreciated. When he gets sick, he becomes the center of attention and is treated like a king. But after learning once he recovers that he will not receive this treatment anymore now that he is better, he starts faking injuries to keep getting his way. But after geeling feeling guilty and going to confess, he actually gets hurt. But the others (as Four caught him jumping up and down when he was suppose to be hurt and told the rest of the monsters) don't believe him...


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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: ''All'' the monsters are this to some degree, but Four is the most prominent example.
4th Jan '17 8:59:25 AM Hedging
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* DarkReprise: After his siblings drive him crazy one day, Four sings a song about what the world would be like if he was an only child and four was the only number that mattered. When wishing star based on [[Film/ItsAWonderfulLife Clarence the angel]] grants his wish and he finds that he misses his siblings and four is not the only number that should be taken into consideration, he sings a somber version of said song.


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* Expy: Star number zero is pretty much a femaleized wish star version of Clarence from Film/ItsAWonderfulLife.
26th Oct '16 7:58:35 PM squadallahthistle
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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: In "April Fools," when Two and Seven are building the set for their play, Seven tells two he will count the pieces of wood they have "for the benefit of anyone who might be watching." Within the context of the story, he means anyone watching the play they will later put on, but the audience could just as easily interpret it as anyone watching the show.

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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: In "April Fools," when Two and Seven are building the set for their play, Seven tells two Two he will count the pieces of wood they have "for the benefit of anyone who might be watching." Within the context of the story, he means anyone watching the play they will later put on, but the audience could just as easily interpret it as anyone watching the show.
26th Oct '16 7:57:19 PM squadallahthistle
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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: In "April Fools," when Two and Seven are building the set for their play, Seven tells two he will count the pieces of wood they have "for the benefit of anyone who might be watching." Within the context of the story, he means anyone watching the play they will later put on, but the audience could just as easily interpret it as anyone watching the show.
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