History WesternAnimation / StreetSharks

29th Feb '16 1:19:36 PM Dannykat
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* FollowTheLeader: One of several humanoid animal hero groups in the wake of the Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles.
** This is [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCcp02ik-Qglampshaded parodied]] in WesternAnimation/RobotChicken, where it almost seems like {{Plagiarism}}.
9th Jan '16 6:56:30 AM spirasen
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* PoorlyDisguisedPilot: The last EIGHT episodes are taken up by a long one, introducing the Dino Vengers and the evil raptors, dinosaur-like aliens from outer space. The opening sequence was actually changed to call the show ''Dino Vengers Featuring Street Sharks''. One year later, the "Dino Vengers", heavily re-tooled and having cut all continuity with this cartoon, got their own show in the form of ''WesternAnimation/ExtremeDinosaurs''.

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* PoorlyDisguisedPilot: The last EIGHT episodes are taken up by a long one, introducing the Dino Vengers Vengers, and the evil raptors, dinosaur-like dinosaur like aliens from outer space. The opening sequence was actually changed to call the show show: ''Dino Vengers Featuring Street Sharks''. Sharks.'' One year later, the "Dino Vengers", Vengers," heavily re-tooled re-tooled, and having cut all continuity with this cartoon, got their own show in the form of ''WesternAnimation/ExtremeDinosaurs''.''WesternAnimation/ExtremeDinosaurs.''



* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: In one episode, the mutated Doctor Bolton singlehandedly defeats Dr. Paradigm's forces to rescue a mutant. He tears off Paradigm's suit, revealing his grotesque Piranoid form, and mocks the cowering villain, claiming that he has become something far less than human.

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* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: In one episode, the mutated Doctor Bolton singlehandedly Bolton, single handedly defeats Dr. Paradigm's forces to rescue a mutant. He tears off Paradigm's suit, revealing his grotesque Piranoid form, and mocks the cowering villain, claiming that he has become something far less than human.



* StrappedToAnOperatingTable: Happens to the heroes in the pilot when they are being turned into sharks.
* TakeThat: Quite blatant "Take That" to the Jurassic Park toys on the back of the "Big Hand Puppet" toys' box. There was a small picture of one of said puppets smacking one of the T-Rex toys from said rival toy line.
** Also a blatant shot at the [[Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles TMNT]] when during an early episode the four were disgusted at the idea of eating pizza.

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* StrappedToAnOperatingTable: Happens to the heroes in the pilot pilot, when they are being turned into sharks.
* TakeThat: Quite blatant "Take That" to the Jurassic Park toys ''Jurassic Park'' toys, on the back of the "Big Hand Puppet" toys' toy box. There was a small picture of one of said puppets puppets, smacking one of the T-Rex toys from said rival toy line.
** Also a blatant shot at the [[Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles TMNT]] ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles,'' when during an early episode episode, the four were disgusted at the idea of eating pizza.



* TheyWouldCutYouUp: Justified, since the pilot has a part where all four are recaptured and Slammu is very narrowly forced to undergo "explorative surgery". He's saved and the others are tempted to try the same surgery on the doctor.

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* TheyWouldCutYouUp: Justified, since the pilot has a part where all four are recaptured re-captured, and Slammu is very narrowly forced to undergo "explorative surgery". "exploratory surgery." He's saved saved, and the others are tempted to try try, the same surgery on the doctor.



* VillainWithGoodPublicity: Paradigm, to the point at which he's able to blame the sharks for virtually ''everything''.

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* VillainWithGoodPublicity: Paradigm, to the point at which he's able to blame blame, the sharks for virtually ''everything''.''everything.''
28th Oct '15 11:52:43 AM Ozzie
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* AdultFear: As goofy as it was, there's the pretty freaky premise that at some point, your co-worker could turn on you, steal everything you've ever done, perform an extremely painful procedure on you, and turn the entire town against you, completely ruining your life. And when he's done with that, he'll do it to your ''kids''.

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* AdultFear: As goofy as it was, there's the pretty freaky premise that that, at some point, your co-worker could turn on you, steal everything you've ever done, perform an extremely painful procedure on you, and turn the entire town against you, completely ruining your life. And when he's done with that, he'll do it to your ''kids''.



* ApatheticCitizens: The residents of Fission City seem weirdly...undisturbed, considering that they've got multiple large mutants (and later, dinosaur-shaped aliens) running around their city. On the other hand, [[TooDumbToLive very few seem smart to begin with]]...

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* ApatheticCitizens: The residents of Fission City seem weirdly...undisturbed, Undisturbed, considering that they've got multiple large mutants (and (and, later, dinosaur-shaped aliens) running around their city. On the other hand, [[TooDumbToLive very few seem smart to begin with]]...



** "Jaw-some!"

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** "Jaw-some!""Jawesome!"



** He sometimes appears in shadows, or as a 'just missed' character. He is still a major plot element, actually.

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** He sometimes appears in shadows, or as a 'just missed' character. He is still a major plot element, actually.element.



* [[HorrifyingHero Horrifying Heroes]]: Granted, the Street Sharks are actually pretty nice, but they still look likes oversized, very threatening sharks on legs who can [[ExtremeOmnivore eat through steel and concrete]], are superhumanly strong and have some anger issues, so they tend to scare everyone in sight. Really, it's not ''that'' surprising Paradigm has so little trouble convincing people they are a threat.

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* [[HorrifyingHero Horrifying Heroes]]: Granted, the Street Sharks are actually pretty nice, but they still look likes oversized, very threatening sharks on legs who can [[ExtremeOmnivore eat through steel and concrete]], are superhumanly strong strong, and have some anger issues, so they tend to scare everyone in sight. Really, it's not ''that'' surprising Paradigm has so little trouble convincing people they are a threat.



* IdiotBall: Yes Doctor Bolton, we're sure you're a brilliant man. Perhaps confronting a MadScientist in an abandoned laboratory over [[ForScience illegal experiments]] at night, without [[HaveYouToldAnyoneElse telling anyone else about this]] wasn't the best idea though.
* InterspeciesRomance: At least once it was shown that there were girls who found the sharks attractive.

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* IdiotBall: Yes Yes, Doctor Bolton, we're sure you're a brilliant man. Perhaps confronting a MadScientist in an abandoned laboratory over [[ForScience illegal experiments]] at night, without [[HaveYouToldAnyoneElse telling anyone else about this]] this]], wasn't the best idea though.
* InterspeciesRomance: At least once once, it was shown that there were girls who found the sharks attractive.



* MissingMom: Their mom is virtually nonexistent and is only mentioned once in the pilot, when it is revealed that she once gave their dad a watch and it was implied that she was dead.

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* MissingMom: Their mom is virtually nonexistent and is only mentioned once in the pilot, when it is revealed that she once gave their dad a watch watch, and it was implied that she was dead.



* OpenSecret: Theoretically the Street Sharks are fugitives from justice...they very rarely make any effort at all to hide themselves, and walk around openly in public...

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* OpenSecret: Theoretically Theoretically, the Street Sharks are fugitives from justice...they justice... They very rarely make any effort at all to hide themselves, and walk around openly in public...



* PoorlyDisguisedPilot: The last EIGHT episodes are taken up by a long one, introducing the Dino Vengers and the evil raptors, dinosaur-like aliens from outer space. The opening sequence was actually changed to call the show ''Dino Vengers Featuring Street Sharks''. One year later, the "Dino Vengers," heavily re-tooled and having cut all continuity with this cartoon, got their own show in the form of ''WesternAnimation/ExtremeDinosaurs''.

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* PoorlyDisguisedPilot: The last EIGHT episodes are taken up by a long one, introducing the Dino Vengers and the evil raptors, dinosaur-like aliens from outer space. The opening sequence was actually changed to call the show ''Dino Vengers Featuring Street Sharks''. One year later, the "Dino Vengers," Vengers", heavily re-tooled and having cut all continuity with this cartoon, got their own show in the form of ''WesternAnimation/ExtremeDinosaurs''.



* WalkingShirtlessScene: The Street Sharks never wear a shirt. Moby Lick, Mantaman and Killamari also go shirtless.

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* WalkingShirtlessScene: The Street Sharks never wear a shirt. Moby Lick, Mantaman Mantaman, and Killamari also go shirtless.
13th Oct '15 7:34:00 PM AnoneMouseJr.
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* {{X-Ray Sparks}}: Slash and Slobster get electrocuted in one episode.

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* {{X-Ray Sparks}}: XRaySparks: Slash and Slobster get electrocuted in one episode.
16th Aug '15 10:04:10 PM JB0187
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* XraySparks: Slash and Slobster get electrocuted in one episode.

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* XraySparks: {{X-Ray Sparks}}: Slash and Slobster get electrocuted in one episode.
22nd May '15 9:07:08 AM Theokal3
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* CreepyGood: See HorrifyingHero.



* ObviouslyEvil: Dr. Paradigm. True, giant shark-men aren't exactly going to inspire confidence, but does that really mean that you should trust a man who has an eyepatch and an indeterminately European accent who goes around town in a giant, heavily armed diving suit? Of course he'd still set off villain alarms in civilian garb. Paradigm tries to subvert it by ''claiming'' that the suit's main purpose is a life-support system, after a run-in with the Street Sharks.

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* ObviouslyEvil: Dr. Paradigm. True, [[HorrifyingHero giant shark-men aren't exactly going to inspire confidence, confidence]], but does that really mean that you should trust a man who has an eyepatch and an indeterminately European accent who goes around town in a giant, heavily armed diving suit? Of course he'd still set off villain alarms in civilian garb. Paradigm tries to subvert it by ''claiming'' that the suit's main purpose is a life-support system, after a run-in with the Street Sharks.
22nd May '15 9:05:36 AM Theokal3
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* [[HorrifyingHero Horrifying Heroes]]: Granted, the Street Sharks are actually pretty nice, but they still look likes oversized, very threatening sharks on legs who can [[ExtremeOmnivore eat through steel and concrete]], are superhumanly strong and have some anger issues, so they tend to scare everyone in sight. Really, it's not ''that'' surprising Paradigm has so little trouble convincing people they are a threat.
11th May '15 5:27:20 PM Dannykat
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* EyepatchOfPower: Dr Piranoid.

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* EyepatchOfPower: Dr Piranoid.Dr. Piranoid wears a metal eyepatch on his right eye.
11th May '15 5:26:45 PM Dannykat
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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Slash and Slopster disappear in Season 3.

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Slash and Slopster Slobster disappear in Season 3.
29th Apr '15 11:57:57 PM UFAlien
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* PoorlyDisguisedPilot: The last EIGHT episodes are taken up by a long one, introducing the Dino Vengers and the evil raptors, dinosaur-like aliens from outer space. The opening sequence was actually changed to call the show ''Dino Vengers Featuring Street Sharks''. One year later, the "Dino Vengers," heavily re-tooled and having cut all continuity with this cartoon, got their own show in the form of ''WesternAnimation/ExtremeDinosaurs''.
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