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20th Apr '18 8:09:53 PM ElSquibbonator
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* AllAnimalsAreDogs: Seattle's temporary pet Flotsam looks like a cross between a cat and a gopher, but exhibits various doglike mannerisms.

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* AllAnimalsAreDogs: Seattle's temporary pet Flotsam looks like a cross between a cat and a gopher, cat, but exhibits various doglike mannerisms.
20th Apr '18 7:57:36 PM ElSquibbonator
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* AllAnimalsAreDogs: Seattle's temporary pet Flotsam looks like a cross between a cat and a gopher, but exhibits various doglike mannerisms.



* CuteKitten: Flotsam from the episode ''Can I Keep It?" is an alien who looks an adorable kitten when the gang first finds him. He eventually grows into a part-cat/part-dinosaur creature the size of a small car.

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* CuteKitten: Flotsam from the episode ''Can I Keep It?" is an alien who looks an adorable kitten when the gang first finds him. He eventually grows into a part-cat/part-dinosaur creature the size of a small car.
20th Apr '18 7:38:08 PM ElSquibbonator
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* CuteKitten: Flotsam from the episode ''Can I Keep It?" is an alien who looks an adorable kitten when the gang first finds him. He eventually grows into a part-cat/part-dinosaur creature the size of a small car.
31st Mar '18 2:29:20 PM Primis
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* YouCantGoHomeAgain: Generally trapped away from Earth and the rest of polite galactic society since their iris codes had been revoked.


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* YouCantGoHomeAgain: Generally trapped away from After being framed for an attack on Stargate Command, Bonner and co. flee Earth and through the rest of polite galactic society since Stargate, unable to return until they've gathered enough evidence to clear their iris codes had been revoked.

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29th Mar '18 9:46:25 PM Primis
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** HumanMomNonhumanDad: Hrathi on his mother's side, Human on his father's side.

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** HumanMomNonhumanDad: Inverted. Hrathi on his mother's side, Human on his father's side.
29th Mar '18 9:45:56 PM Primis
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* HalfHumanHybrid: Ec'co, Hrathi on his mother's side, Human on his father's side.

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* HalfHumanHybrid: Ec'co, Ec'co.
** HumanMomNonhumanDad:
Hrathi on his mother's side, Human on his father's side.
29th Mar '18 9:38:56 PM Primis
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* BlobMonster: The Sheftu are this and can shapeshift into other people or even objects by touch, as well as copying their memories. The only way the gang could deal with them was with how they act.



* TrappedInAnotherWorld: Generally trapped away from Earth and the rest of polite galactic society since their iris codes had been revoked.


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* TrappedInAnotherWorld: YouCantGoHomeAgain: Generally trapped away from Earth and the rest of polite galactic society since their iris codes had been revoked.

27th Mar '18 10:55:03 AM Primis
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* FiveManBand:
** TheHero: Gus Bonner.
** TheLancer: Seattle Montoya.
** TheBigGuy: Stacey Bonner
** TheChick: R. J. Harrison.
** TheSmartGuy: Ec'co.
26th Mar '18 7:24:34 PM Primis
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->''"We are hunted and on the run."'' \\
--'''''Stargate Infinity''[='=]s ExpositoryThemeTune'''

''Stargate Infinity'' is an animated SpinOff of the [[Franchise/StargateVerse Stargate franchise]], produced by Creator/DiCEntertainment for the [[Creator/FourKidsEntertainment Fox Box programming block]]. The series was developed without any input from the main franchise's creative team, and is [[CanonDiscontinuity officially considered non-canon]] to the rest of the Stargate-verse.

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->''"We are hunted and on the run."'' \\
->''"30 years later. A new team takes command!"''\\
--'''''Stargate Infinity''[='=]s ExpositoryThemeTune'''

Tagline'''

''Stargate Infinity'' is an animated [[AnimatedAdaptation animated]] SpinOff of the [[Franchise/StargateVerse Stargate franchise]], produced by Creator/DiCEntertainment for the [[Creator/FourKidsEntertainment Fox Box programming block]]. The series was developed without any input from the main franchise's creative team, and is [[CanonDiscontinuity officially considered non-canon]] to the rest of the Stargate-verse.



!Provides examples of:
* AnAesop: OnceAnEpisode.

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!Provides !! This show provides examples of:
* AnAesop: OnceAnEpisode.
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* AnimatedAdaptation



* EnergyWeapons
* EverybodyLaughsEnding

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* EnergyWeapons
* EverybodyLaughsEnding
EnergyWeapons: The Tlak'Khan carry "Snake Staffs", which fire bursts of energy from their ends.



* GoldFever: The group managed to stumble upon valuable diamonds and hoped to strike it rich as a result not knowing mercs were after them and their newly found wealth. It becomes AnAesop as in the end the mercs backstabbed each other and while sacrificing most of the wealth Draga slips a diamond for one of the members of the team so she can help her family back home.
* HalfHumanHybrid: Ec'co.
* HopeSpot: The villains, on these: "It's very gratifying to give people hope, and then snatch it away."

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* GoldFever: The group managed to stumble upon valuable diamonds and hoped to strike it rich as a result not knowing mercs were after them and their newly found wealth. It becomes AnAesop as in the end the mercs backstabbed each other and while sacrificing most of the wealth Draga slips a diamond for one of the members of the team so she can help her family back home.
* HalfHumanHybrid: Ec'co.
* HopeSpot: The villains,
Ec'co, Hrathi on these: "It's very gratifying to give people hope, and then snatch it away."his mother's side, Human on his father's side.



* LighterAndSofter

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* LighterAndSofterLighterAndSofter: Since ''Infinity'' is aimed more towards kids, it takes a noticeably lighter tone than its parent show, which was already close to the [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVsCynicism idealistic end of the scale]].



* NonHumanSidekick: Ec'co.

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* NonHumanSidekick: Ec'co.Ec'co and Draga, a Hrathi-Human Hybrid and [[spoiler:an Otsorok]], respectively.



* OldMaster: In one episode, the crew met a race of squirrel people. To cross a bridge a kindly old man requests that one of the team fight him. When the ActionGirl tries and gets her ass handed to her, the team leader quips:
-->"When an old man challenges you to a fight, you've got to figure he's either crazy, or knows something you don't. This guy didn't look that crazy to me."



* SpaceWhaleAesop: In the episode "The Illustrated Stacey," the team goads Stacey into getting an alien tattoo by insisting that she's too boring to do such a spontaneous thing. (It should be noted here that Stacey has multiple piercings, blue lipstick, and a pink mohawk.) The Aesop is something like "don't do things just to prove yourself" or "think before you act"; but the reason for this moral is that the tattoo ink is made up of microbes that start multiplying, threatening to cover Stacey's body and kill her within the day. Fortunately, ''most'' real life tattoos do not contain deadly diseases. (And the ones that do take much longer to kill.)
* TitleThemeTune


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!! Episodes of this series provide examples of:
* AnAesop: OnceAnEpisode, typically involving generic topics like ThePowerOfFriendship, DrugsAreBad, Peer Pressure, and others in that vein.
%%* EverybodyLaughsEnding
* GoldFever: The group managed to stumble upon valuable diamonds and hoped to strike it rich as a result not knowing mercs were after them and their newly found wealth. It becomes an aesop as in the end the mercs backstabbed each other and while sacrificing most of the wealth Draga slips a diamond for one of the members of the team so she can help her family back home.
* HopeSpot: Conversed by the villains: "It's very gratifying to give people hope, and then snatch it away."
* OldMaster: In one episode, the crew met a race of squirrel people. To cross a bridge a kindly old man requests that one of the team fight him. When the ActionGirl tries and gets her ass handed to her, the team leader quips:
-->"When an old man challenges you to a fight, you've got to figure he's either crazy, or knows something you don't. This guy didn't look that crazy to me."
* SpaceWhaleAesop: In the episode "The Illustrated Stacey", the team goads Stacey into getting an alien tattoo by insisting that she's too boring to do such a spontaneous thing. (It should be noted here that Stacey has multiple piercings, blue lipstick, and a pink mohawk.) The Aesop is something like "don't do things just to prove yourself" or "think before you act"; but the reason for this moral is that the tattoo ink is made up of microbes that start multiplying, threatening to cover Stacey's body and kill her within the day. Fortunately, ''most'' real life tattoos do not contain deadly diseases. (And the ones that do take much longer to kill.)
26th Mar '18 5:08:10 PM Primis
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Not to be confused with ''Series/StargateSG1'': the original series that this show spun-off from. Or with ''Series/StargateAtlantis'', ''Series/StargateUniverse'' and ''Series/StargatOrigins'': the other three, ''canon'' spin-offs.

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Not to be confused with ''Series/StargateSG1'': the original series that this show spun-off from. Or with ''Series/StargateAtlantis'', ''Series/StargateUniverse'' and ''Series/StargatOrigins'': ''Series/StargateOrigins'': the other three, ''canon'' spin-offs.
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