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16th Nov '17 5:28:14 AM PF
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** Vega freaks out when his face is touched.

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** Vega is vain and freaks out when whenever his face is touched.
15th Nov '17 5:10:44 PM PF
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*** In "Final Fight", a much shorter build up of the fanfare can be heard when Belger fires a laser gun at Cody, Guy, and Jessica while they are hiding behind a table.

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*** In "Final Fight", a much shorter build up of the fanfare can be heard when Belger fires a laser gun at Cody, Guy, and Jessica while they are hiding behind a table. table:
26th Oct '17 5:33:42 AM PF
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* YouKilledMyFather:
** The focus of the plot in "The Strongest Woman in the World" (Bison killed Chun-Li's father). This receives a callback in "Cammy Tell Me True" during a exchange between Bison and Chun-Li (see SelfMadeOrphan above for the quote).
** [[spoiler:It went double for Cammy here, as she found out in the same episode that Bison had both her parents executed.]] Hence Bison's "What is it with you women anyway?" line when Chun-Li confronts him: [[spoiler:Cammy had thrown her You Killed My Parents in his face earlier.]]

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* YouKilledMyFather:
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YouKilledMyFather: The focus of the plot in "The Strongest Woman in the World" (Bison killed Chun-Li's father). This receives a callback in "Cammy Tell Me True" during a exchange between Bison and Chun-Li (see SelfMadeOrphan above for the quote).
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Chun-Li. [[spoiler:It went goes double for Cammy here, as she found out in the same episode that Bison had both her parents executed.]] Hence Bison's "What is it with you women anyway?" line when Chun-Li confronts him: [[spoiler:Cammy had thrown her You Killed My Parents you killed my parents in his face earlier.]]
25th Oct '17 3:31:21 PM normal19
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Balrog never appears after his first appearance. Where did he go? Never explained. To quote the annotation near the end of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9qjuBlzEnuo this video:]]

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: WhatHappenedToTheMouse:
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Balrog never appears after his first appearance. Where did he go? Never explained. To quote the annotation near the end of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9qjuBlzEnuo this video:]]


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** In "Getting to Guile," Chun-Li wins a private fighting tournament in exchange for information from its organizer. Before she can meet with him, she's summoned for Street Fighter duty. At the same time, Ryu and Ken were hired by him to search for a treasure map and they're attacked by his thugs in a dark alleyway. They're rescued by Chun-Li and Dee Jay, and the map is never turned in. A short moment later, Blanka joins them after getting a message from Chun-Li. Dee Jay asks how Blanka managed to find them, but no explanation for how all of them met up is given by the end of the episode, nor anything about the information Chun-Li won the rights to and never claimed.
23rd Oct '17 6:48:26 AM PF
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* TarotTroubles: In "The Flame and the Rose", Rose has nightmares of fiery armagaeddon and uses tarot cards to determine the cause. She draws The Fool, The Devil,[[note]]Which she calls "the beast".[[/note]] and The Tower.[[note]]Which she calls "a man doomed by fire".[[/note]] She assumes the first two to be Ken and Blanka and kidnaps them, forcing them to fight each other to the death to keep the world safe. Naturally, the last of three is Bison, the source of the fire in her nightmares. After realizing that she was wrong about Ken and Blanka, she recruits them to go after Bison. [[spoiler:In the end, she determines either Bison or herself is all three for varying reasons related to their foolishness.]]

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* TarotTroubles: In "The Flame and the Rose", Rose has nightmares of a fiery armagaeddon Armagaeddon and uses tarot cards to determine the cause. She draws The Fool, The Devil,[[note]]Which she calls "the "a beast".[[/note]] and The Tower.[[note]]Which she calls "a man says "is [the one] doomed by fire".[[/note]] She assumes the first two to be Ken and Blanka and kidnaps them, forcing them to fight each other to the death to keep the world safe. Naturally, the last of three is Bison, the source of the fire in her nightmares. After realizing that she was wrong about Ken and Blanka, she recruits them to go after Bison. [[spoiler:In the end, she determines either Bison or herself is all three for varying reasons related to their foolishness.]]
23rd Oct '17 6:34:14 AM PF
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* TarotTroubles: In "The Flame and the Rose", Rose has nightmares of fiery armagaeddon and uses tarot cards to determine the cause. She draws The Fool, The Devil,[[note]]Which she calls "the beast".[[/note]] and The Tower.[[note]]Which she calls "a man doomed by fire".[[/note]] She assumes the first two to be Ken and Blanka and kidnaps them, forcing them to fight each other to the death to keep the world safe. Naturally, the last of these is Bison, the source of the fire in her nightmares. After realizing that she was wrong about Ken and Blanka, she recruits them to go after Bison. [[spoiler:In the end, she determines either Bison or herself is all three for varying reasons related to their foolishness.]]

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* TarotTroubles: In "The Flame and the Rose", Rose has nightmares of fiery armagaeddon and uses tarot cards to determine the cause. She draws The Fool, The Devil,[[note]]Which she calls "the beast".[[/note]] and The Tower.[[note]]Which she calls "a man doomed by fire".[[/note]] She assumes the first two to be Ken and Blanka and kidnaps them, forcing them to fight each other to the death to keep the world safe. Naturally, the last of these three is Bison, the source of the fire in her nightmares. After realizing that she was wrong about Ken and Blanka, she recruits them to go after Bison. [[spoiler:In the end, she determines either Bison or herself is all three for varying reasons related to their foolishness.]]
23rd Oct '17 6:13:47 AM PF
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* TarotTroubles: In "The Flame and the Rose", Rose has nightmares of fiery armagaeddon and uses tarot cards to determine the cause. She draws The Fool, The Devil (which she calls "the beast") and The Tower (which she calls "a man doomed by fire"). The cards were selected by the animators for their imagery as opposed to their meaning in the Tarot, but anyway—She assumes the first two to be Ken and Blanka and kidnaps them, forcing them to fight each other to the death to keep the world safe (since they both had ego and anger issues, it made sense to her at the time). Naturally, the last of these is Bison, the source of the fire in her nightmares, and in this continuity their power is in direct conflict with each other (rather than Rose being a derivative of Bison). She recruits Ken and Blanka after him. [[spoiler:In the end, she determines either Bison or herself is all three for varying reasons related to their foolishness.]]

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* TarotTroubles: In "The Flame and the Rose", Rose has nightmares of fiery armagaeddon and uses tarot cards to determine the cause. She draws The Fool, The Devil (which Devil,[[note]]Which she calls "the beast") beast".[[/note]] and The Tower (which Tower.[[note]]Which she calls "a man doomed by fire"). The cards were selected by the animators for their imagery as opposed to their meaning in the Tarot, but anyway—She fire".[[/note]] She assumes the first two to be Ken and Blanka and kidnaps them, forcing them to fight each other to the death to keep the world safe (since they both had ego and anger issues, it made sense to her at the time). safe. Naturally, the last of these is Bison, the source of the fire in her nightmares, nightmares. After realizing that she was wrong about Ken and in this continuity their power is in direct conflict with each other (rather than Rose being a derivative of Bison). She Blanka, she recruits Ken and Blanka them to go after him.Bison. [[spoiler:In the end, she determines either Bison or herself is all three for varying reasons related to their foolishness.]]
22nd Oct '17 2:34:40 PM normal19
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* TarotTroubles: In "The Flame and the Rose", Rose has nightmares of fiery armagaeddon and uses tarot cards to determine the cause. She draws The Fool, The Devil (which she calls "the beast") and The Tower (which she calls "a man doomed by fire"). The cards were selected by the animators for their imagery as opposed to their meaning in the Tarot, but anyway—She assumes the first two to be Ken and Blanka and kidnaps them, forcing them to fight each other to the death to keep the world safe (since they both had ego and anger issues, it made sense to her at the time). Naturally, the last of these is Bison, the source of the fire in her nightmares, and in this continuity their power is in direct conflict with each other (rather than Rose being a derivative of Bison). She recruits Ken and Blanka after him.

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* TarotTroubles: In "The Flame and the Rose", Rose has nightmares of fiery armagaeddon and uses tarot cards to determine the cause. She draws The Fool, The Devil (which she calls "the beast") and The Tower (which she calls "a man doomed by fire"). The cards were selected by the animators for their imagery as opposed to their meaning in the Tarot, but anyway—She assumes the first two to be Ken and Blanka and kidnaps them, forcing them to fight each other to the death to keep the world safe (since they both had ego and anger issues, it made sense to her at the time). Naturally, the last of these is Bison, the source of the fire in her nightmares, and in this continuity their power is in direct conflict with each other (rather than Rose being a derivative of Bison). She recruits Ken and Blanka after him. [[spoiler:In the end, she determines either Bison or herself is all three for varying reasons related to their foolishness.]]
22nd Oct '17 2:30:36 PM normal19
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* TarotTroubles: In "The Flame and the Rose", Rose has nightmares of fiery armagaeddon and uses tarot cards to determine the cause. She draws The Fool, The Devil (which she calls "the beast") and The Tower (which she calls "a man doomed by fire"). The cards were selected by the animators for their imagery as opposed to their meaning in the Tarot, but anyway—She assumes the first two to be Ken and Blanka and kidnaps them, forcing them to fight each other to the death to keep the world safe (since they both had ego and anger issues, it made sense to her at the time). Naturally, the last of these is Bison, the source of the fire in her nightmares, and in this continuity their power is in direct conflict with each other (rather than Rose being a derivative of Bison). She recruits Ken and Blanka after him.
11th Jun '17 8:29:50 AM PF
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* TheCameo: Some ''Alpha'' characters make cameo appearances in "The Medium is the Message". Doubles as an EarlyBirdCameo for Rose and the ''Final Fight'' characters that appear there.

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* TheCameo: Some ''Alpha'' characters make cameo appearances in "The Medium is the Message". Doubles as an EarlyBirdCameo for Rose and the ''Final Fight'' Rose. Several ''VideoGame/FinalFight'' characters that also appear there.in the episode.



** "The Medium is the Message" features almost all the new characters from the first ''Street Fighter Alpha'' (which was being released for home consoles at the time) as competitors in an underground tournament. Birdie, Adon, Rose and Guy are all featured in this episode, along with [[OffModel weird renditions of Sodom, who is not wearing his mask, and Dan (in a green gi instead of his usual pink and with a different hair style)]]. Most of the cast from the original ''Final Fight'' (along with Carlos and Maki from ''[[VideoGame/FinalFight Final Fight 2]]'') appear in crowd shots as well.

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** "The Medium is the Message" features almost all the new characters from the first ''Street Fighter Alpha'' (which was being released for home consoles at the time) as competitors in an underground tournament. Birdie, Adon, Rose and Guy are all featured in this episode, along with [[OffModel weird renditions of Sodom, who is not wearing his mask, and Dan (in a green gi instead of his usual pink and with a different hair style)]]. Most of the cast from the original ''Final Fight'' (along with Carlos and Maki from ''[[VideoGame/FinalFight Final ''Final Fight 2]]'') 2'') appear in crowd shots as well.
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