History WesternAnimation / SuperFriends

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** The Wonder Twins immigrated into the mainstream DC Universe as members of the ''Justice League International'' spin-off, ''Extreme Justice''. They also appeared in ''Series/{{Smallville}}''. Wendy and Marvin also appeared in a 2006 issue of ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'', one year after ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis''. [[spoiler: And then, Wonder Dog kills Marvin by mauling him to death and injures Wendy so seriously that she's left paraplegic.]]

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** The Wonder Twins immigrated into the mainstream DC Universe as members of the ''Justice League International'' spin-off, ''Extreme Justice''. They also appeared in ''Series/{{Smallville}}''. Wendy and Marvin also appeared in a 2006 issue of ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'', one year after ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis''. [[spoiler: And then, Wonder Dog kills Marvin by mauling him to death and injures Wendy so seriously that she's left paraplegic.]]]] There are two attempts at Samurai, one during ''Justice League of America 80-Page Giant'' #1 in 2009 and another during Creator/JamesRobinson's ''Justice League of America'' run, and ComicBook/DCRebirth saw the appearance of El Dorado. Additionally, during Creator/JoeKelly's ''JLA'' run, Manitou Raven, an {{expy}} of Apache Chief, appeared.
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* WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway: Aquaman became this to viewers.

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* WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway: WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway
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Aquaman became this to viewers.



* WheelOFeet: Multiple examples in 1973-74 season episodes
* WhyDontYaJustShootHim: The villains on this show love death traps and other needlessly complex schemes.

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* WheelOFeet: Multiple examples in 1973-74 season episodes
** "Too Hot To Handle". Wonder Dog does it after he sees the villain and runs off to get the rest of the team.
** "The Mysterious Moles". Wonder Dog does it to run away after the Moles' underground machine drills out of a wall and scares him.
** "The Shamon U". Dr. Shamon and his two underlings do this before running away from a giant Wonder Dog.
** "The Ultra Beam". Marvin and Wonder Dog do this before running after Ben, the villain with springs on his shoes.
* WhyDontYaJustShootHim: WhyDontYaJustShootHim
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The villains on this show love death traps and other needlessly complex schemes.



* YouMeddlingKids: 1973-74 ''Super Friends'' episode "The Balloon People". After Noah Tall is captured by Superman he says "I could have gotten away with it if it weren't for you, Superman."

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* YouMeddlingKids: 1973-74 ''Super Friends'' episode "The Balloon People". After Noah Tall is captured by Superman he says "I could have gotten away with it if it weren't for you, Superman."
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* SpringCoil: A villain in the 1973-74 episode "The Ultra Scam" has shoes with springs in the sole.

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* SpringCoil: A villain in the 1973-74 episode "The Ultra Scam" has shoes with springs in the sole.sole that he uses to bounce around.



* StockFootage: Not as much as you'd expect from Hanna-Barberra, but many of the shots of the Superfriends leaving the Hall of Justice are reused.

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* StockFootage: Not as much as you'd expect from Hanna-Barberra, Creator/HannaBarbara, but many of the shots of the Superfriends leaving the Hall of Justice are reused.



* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: Dr. Rebos in the 1973-74 season episode "The Androids".
* TheTeamNormal: Batman and Robin. Wendy, Marvin and Wonder Dog in the 1973-74 season.

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* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: Dr. Rebos in the 1973-74 season episode "The Androids".
Androids". Dr. Rebos pulls this off (with no explanation given) while the Superfriends are listening to a tape recording he sent them.
-->'''Dr. Rebos:''' You have disregarded my warning and so I had to sabotage your Venus probe.\\
'''Batman:''' Do you suppose he knows about the upcoming manned launch to Mars?\\
'''Dr. Rebos:''' Your upcoming manned launch to Mars is next [snip] unless you call a complete halt to your space program forever.\\
'''Superman:''' Of all the dirty, lowdown...\\
'''Dr. Rebos:''' This is '''not''' dirty and lowdown!
* TheTeamNormal: Batman and Robin. Robin have no super powers at all. In the 1973-74 season Wendy, Marvin and Wonder Dog don't either (except in one EarlyInstallmentWeirdness example when Marvin somehow levitates himself).
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Wendy, Marvin and Wonder Dog in the 1973-74 season.1973/74 season, with one exception. In the first episode "The Power Pirate", Marvin was able to levitate, which indicated he had burgeoning metahuman powers. This was never followed up in subsequent episodes (making it EarlyInstallmentWeirdness), and at the end of the season they were all PutOnABus.
** Batman and Robin have no superpowers at all, just their gadgets and skills.



* TemptingFate: Marvin in the 1973-74 episode "Too Hot to Handle".
* Terraform: An inverted version in the 1973-74 episode "Too Hot to Handle" when the Solar Terrarians try to move the Earth closer to the Sun so it will get hot enough for them to move here and live comfortably.

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* TemptingFate: Marvin in the 1973-74 episode "Too Hot to Handle".
Handle". The heat causes wax statues of the main heroes to melt, so Wendy and Marvin remove the uniforms from the statues.
-->'''Wendy''': Let's get these things packed away before something else happens to them.
-->'''Marvin''': What's the rush? I mean, what else could possibly happen to them?
-->[The heat causes the overhead automatic fire sprinklers to go on]
* Terraform: {{Terraform}}: An inverted version in the 1973-74 episode "Too Hot to Handle" when the Solar Terrarians try to move the Earth closer to the Sun so it will get hot enough for them to move here and live comfortably.



* TotallyRadical: In the first episode of the 1973-74 season, "The Power Pirate", Wendy and Marvin spoke like 60's hippies, regularly using terms like "groovy", "cool", "right on" and "far out".

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* TotallyRadical: In the first episode of the 1973-74 season, "The Power Pirate", Wendy and Marvin spoke like 60's hippies, regularly using terms like "groovy", "cool", "right on" and "far out". [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness They didn't speak like that in any subsequent episode]].



* {{Trainstopping}}: Superman in the 1973/74 season episode "The Power Pirate", and Wonder Woman.
* {{Treebuchet}}: In "Professor Goodfellow's G.E.E.C." Wonder Woman uses one to fling herself over a force field.
* TrickArrow: Appearing in only one episode, ComicBook/GreenArrow made good use of them. Even if he and everyone else had been shrunk.

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* {{Trainstopping}}: Superman in the 1973/74 season {{Trainstopping}}
** In 1973-74
episode "The Power Pirate", Superman saves a train rolling backwards down a mountain by using his strength to bring it to a stop.
** In the opening title for the 1973-74 season, he's shown stopping a runaway train by grabbing the train's back end
and pulling until the train stops. This may be a unique case, but it's a lot safer than the other method.
** In one episode
Wonder Woman.
Woman stops ''two'' trains on a collision course with each other, by standing between them and pushing hard in both directions. (How this is materially different from an actual collision, only the scriptwriters can tell you.)
* {{Treebuchet}}: In the 1973-74 season episode "Professor Goodfellow's G.E.E.C." ", Wonder Woman uses one to fling herself over a force field.
* TrickArrow: Appearing in only one episode, episode (the 1974-74 season's "Gulliver's Gigantic Goof"), ComicBook/GreenArrow made good use of them. Even if he and everyone else had been shrunk.



* UnusualEuphemism: 1973-74 episodes "The Mysterious Moles" ("Oh ding ding blathering blithers!") and "The Shamon U" ("Oh pistachios!").
* VanInBlack: 1973-74 episode "The Balloon People". Dr. Noah Tall's spy van, the "Snoop Wagon".

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* UnusualEuphemism: 1973-74 episodes episodes
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"The Mysterious Moles" ("Oh Moles". When the title villains are confronted by the Superfriends, a dismayed Minimus Mole says "Oh ding ding blathering blithers!") and blithers!"
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"The Shamon U" ("Oh pistachios!").
U". When Wendy is disappointed that Batman and Robin don't take them along on an investigation, she says "Oh pistachios!" (i.e. the nut).
* VanInBlack: In the 1973-74 episode "The Balloon People". People", Dr. Noah Tall's spy van, Tall and Twisty use a van called the "Snoop Wagon".Wagon" to spy on the title characters. Bonus points for having an exterior radar dish and extendable telescope.
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* RedEyesTakeWarning: Raven in the 1973-74 episode "The Menace of the White Dwarf".
* RegularCaller: 1974/74 episodes: an emergency signal from the [=TroubAlert=] or a call from Colonel Wilcox.

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* RedEyesTakeWarning: Raven in the 1973-74 RedEyesTakeWarning
** 1973/74
episode "The Menace "Menace of the White Dwarf".
Dwarf". The evil MadScientist Raven (who acts more like a ComicBook supervillain than any other opponent the Superfriends faced during this season), has red eyes.
** The evil Superman from the 1979 episode "[[MirrorUniverse Universe of Evil]]" has red eyes as well, and for bonus points, they're ringed in black, [[http://images2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20090623171754/superfriends/images/6/6a/EvilSuperman.png with freakin' huge demonic points]]. Evil!Batman and Evil!Robin also have red eyes in place of their good counterparts' [[MonochromaticEyes plain white eyes]].
* RegularCaller: 1974/74 episodes: In the 1973-74 season, the title heroes were called into action by either (a) an emergency signal from the [=TroubAlert=] or computer, (b) a call message from Colonel Wilcox.Wilcox or (c) both.



* RoadSignReversal: 1973-74 episode "The Fantastic Frerps". King Plasto's diversion trick.

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* RoadSignReversal: 1973-74 episode "The Fantastic Frerps". This is how King Plasto's diversion trick.Plasto diverts a shipment of raw plastic from the real GREPS building to his imitation.



* SecurityCling: Wonder Dog jumps into Marvin's arms in the 1973-74 episodes "The Planet Splitter", "The Baffles Puzzle" and "The Power Pirate".

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* SecurityCling: 1973-74 season episodes
** "The Planet Splitter": When Wendy, Marvin and Wonder Dog are surprised by Doctor [=LeBon=]'s assistant aboard the space ship, Wonder Dog jumps into Marvin's arms.
** "The Baffles Puzzle": When one of the bad guys slams a door and traps Wendy, Marvin and Wonder Dog in a room,
Wonder Dog jumps into Marvin's arms in the 1973-74 episodes "The Planet Splitter", "The Baffles Puzzle" and again.
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"The Power Pirate".Pirate": When Wendy, Marvin and Wonder Dog are trapped in a dark room and a door suddenly opens, Wonder Dog jumps into Marvin's arms yet again.



* SignificantAnagram: King Plasto/Roy La Post in the 1973-74 episode "The Fantastic FRERPS".

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* SignificantAnagram: King Plasto/Roy La Post A complicated version in the 1973-74 1973/74 episode "The Fantastic FRERPS".FRERPS". When King Plasto tricks the G.R.E.P.S. delivery people into giving him their shipments of plastic, he signs the receipts he gives them "Roy La Post". Marvin accidentally comes up with the term "King Plasto", and Batman puts the pieces together. The "Roy" in "Roy La Post" is based on the French word "Roi", which means "king". Thus "Roy La Post" -> "Roi La Post" -> "King La Post" -> "King Plasto"!



* SpeechImpairedAnimal: Wonder Dog
* SpiesInAVan: In the 1973-74 episode "The Balloon People" Dr. Noah Tall and Twisty use one to spy on the title characters.
* SpinningPaper: 1973-74 episode "The Balloon People". "Balloon People land on Earth."

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* SpeechImpairedAnimal: Wonder Dog
Dog from the 1973-74 season. He couldn't really speak and had to regularly resort to HandSignals and playing Charades in order to be understood.
* SpiesInAVan: In the 1973-74 episode "The Balloon People" People", Dr. Noah Tall and Twisty use one a van called the "Snoop Wagon" to spy on the title characters.
characters. Bonus points for having an exterior radar dish and extendable telescope.
* SpinningPaper: 1973-74 episode "The Balloon People". A spinning newspaper said "Balloon People land on Earth."Earth. Saucer lands in backyard after space trip" after these events occurred.



* SpitTake: Dr. Rebos in the 1973-74 episode "The Androids" after the Super Friends break in.
* {{Spoonerism}}: 1973-74 episode "The Balloon People". Dr. Noah Tall's assistant Twisty.

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* SpitTake: Dr. Rebos in the 1973-74 episode "The Androids" after Androids". Dr. Rebos and his assistant Loco are in their laboratory toasting their mission to stop the U.S. space program. Dr. Rebos spits out what he's drinking as he looks up and sees the Super Friends break in.
Friends, who have just entered the room.
* {{Spoonerism}}: 1973-74 episode "The Balloon People". Dr. Noah Tall's assistant Twisty.Twisty uses one of these in every sentence he speaks, and each time is corrected by Dr. Tall. By the end of the episode he [[GotMeDoingIt has Dr. Tall doing it too]].
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* GlassyPrison: "The Menace of the White Dwarf" has a MadScientist called The Raven imprisoned in a glass cube. Nonetheless, The Raven is able to construct a lifelike robot duplicate of himself and escape.

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* GlassyPrison: The 1973-74 episode "The Menace of the White Dwarf" has a MadScientist called The Raven imprisoned in a glass cube. Nonetheless, The Raven is able to construct a lifelike robot duplicate of himself and escape.



* GotMeDoingIt: 1973-74 episode "The Balloon People". Twisty affects Dr. Noah Tall.

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* GotMeDoingIt: 1973-74 1973/74 episode "The Balloon People". Twisty affects Dr. Noah Tall.Tall's assistant Twisty has been using {{Spoonerism}}s throughout the episode, and by the end Dr. Tall is using them too.



* GreenAesop: Regularly in the first series, to that point that the show was practically ''[[WesternAnimation/CaptainPlanetAndThePlaneteers Captain Planet]] with more sympathetic and well-meaning villains.
* HandRubbing: 1973-74 season examples: Dr. Rebos in "The Androids" and Dr. Noah Tall in "The Balloon People".

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* GreenAesop: Regularly in the first 1973-74 series, to that point that the show was practically ''[[WesternAnimation/CaptainPlanetAndThePlaneteers Captain Planet]] with more sympathetic and well-meaning villains.
* HandRubbing: 1973-74 season examples: episodes.
** "The Androids".
Dr. Rebos in "The Androids" and Dr. Noah Tall in rubs his hands together after he captures Superman using artificial kryptonite.
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"The Balloon People".People". Dr. Noah Tall rubs his hands together when he thinks he's about to capture the title characters.



* HypercompetentSidekick: Wendy, Marvin and Wonder Dog often ended up doing the most to solve the core problem of the episode, with the actual superheroes stuck doing all the legwork and clean-up.

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* HypercompetentSidekick: In the 1973-74 season episodes, Wendy, Marvin and Wonder Dog often ended up doing the most to solve the core problem of the episode, with the actual superheroes stuck doing all the legwork and clean-up.



* JokerJury: The 1973-74 episode "The Menace of the White Dwarf" and the ''Challenge'' episode "Trial of the Super Friends" although due to character-holding rights, neither episode featured the Joker.

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* JokerJury: JokerJury
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The 1973-74 episode "The Menace of the White Dwarf" and the ''Challenge'' episode "Trial of the Super Friends" Friends", although due to character-holding rights, neither episode featured the Joker.



* [[JugglingLoadedGuns Juggling Freeze Guns]]: Marvin manages to get the Villain of the Day's freeze weapon and threatens him with it. The villain smugly tells him to fire away because he (and the audience) can clearly see ''he's holding the weapon backward''. In order to demonstrate that he was just as stupid, Zan later did the same thing with a transformation gun.

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* [[JugglingLoadedGuns Juggling Freeze Guns]]: JugglingLoadedGuns: Marvin manages to get the Villain of the Day's freeze weapon and threatens him with it. The villain smugly tells him to fire away because he (and the audience) can clearly see ''he's holding the weapon backward''. In order to demonstrate that he was just as stupid, Zan later did the same thing with a transformation gun.



* LimitedWardrobe: Applies only to Wendy and Marvin.

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* LimitedWardrobe: Applies only to Wendy and Marvin.Marvin in the 1973-74 series. They always wore exactly the same clothes.



** "The Balloon People". The villain Dr. Noah Tall (Know-It-All) desires knowledge in order to gain power, so he wants to "know it all". His not-too-bright assistant Twisty regularly uses {{Spoonerism}}s, indicating his "twisty" mind. The chief of the U.S. Government's Environment Protection Bureau is named Simon Pure.
** The villain Dr. Shamon. He has a giant magnet in the shape of the letter U, and the episode is titled "The Shamon U" ("shame on you").
** "The Androids". Dr. Rebos' assistant is named "Loco", and he acts in a stupid and (borderline) crazy manner.
** "The Fantastic Frerps". The villain King Plasto is obsessed with using plastic. He has two assistants named Styro ("styrofoam") and Polly Ethyl Lene ("polyethylene").
** "The Mysterious Moles". The villains have a [[Film/AustinPowers Giant Underground Drill]] that they use to dig down to the bottom of a cave. Their names? Minnie and Maximus Mole.
** "Gulliver's Gigantic Goof". A scientist named [[Literature/GulliversTravels Gulliver]] is determined to shrink the entire world population down to a tiny size.
** "Too Hot To Handle". Professor von Knowalot (know a lot). Kobar's home planet is normally quite hot (140 degrees Fahrenheit), and is called Solar Terrarium.
** "The Water People". An undersea researcher with his own submarine is named "Professor Matey" (as in "Ahoy, matey!").



* TheMole: Several in the 1973-74 series.
* MonumentalTheft: In the 1973-74 episode "The Menace of the White Dwarf" Raven uses a fragment of a white dwarf star to steal the Washington Monument.

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* TheMole: Several in the 1973-74 series.
season episodes.
** In "The Fantastic Frerps", Poly Lean is secretly an agent for the villain King Plasto.
** In "The Power Pirate", a space alien takes the form of Sir Cedric Cedric to fool the Super Friends.
* MonumentalTheft: In the 1973-74 episode "The Menace of the White Dwarf" Dwarf", Raven uses a fragment of a white dwarf star to steal the Washington Monument.



* NotablyQuickDeliberation: In the episode "The Menace of the White Dwarf", The supervillain Raven puts Superman on trial. At the end of the trial the jurors find Superman guilty without even leaving the jury box or deliberating. Justified because the jury is made up of Raven's robots, who are programmed to find Superman guilty.
* NothingCanStopUsNow: 1973/74 episode "The Androids". Dr. Rebos and his assistant Loco are in their laboratory toasting their mission to stop the U.S. space program. Dr. Rebos says "To me and my mission! No one can stop it!" He then does a SpitTake as he looks up and sees the Super Friends, who have just entered the room.
* NoTimeToExplain: 1973/74 episode "The Androids". While Wendy and Marvin are held captive in Dr. Rebos' laboratory she comes up with an idea. After tricking the Wonder Dog android into leaving the room she calls Marvin over and shows him an android assembly kit. When he asks what they'll make she says there's no time to explain and they get to work (they need to hurry because they have to be finished before the Wonder Dog android returns).
* NotNowKiddo: In the 1973-74 season the main heroes did this to Wendy and Marvin on a regular basis when the kids were trying to tell them something important.
* OffscreenKarma: In the episode "The Menace of the White Dwarf", Wendy, Marvin and Wonder Dog decide to fly to Washington D.C. to warn the rest of the Super Friends personally about Raven's threat instead of calling them on the phone. As a result they get captured by Raven. At the end of the episode Marvin says that Batman gave them quite a talking to about their bad judgment.

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* NotablyQuickDeliberation: In the 1973-74 episode "The Menace of the White Dwarf", The the supervillain Raven puts Superman on trial. At the end of the trial the jurors find Superman guilty without even leaving the jury box or deliberating. Justified because the jury is made up of Raven's robots, who are programmed to find Superman guilty.
* NothingCanStopUsNow: 1973/74 1973-74 episode "The Androids". Dr. Rebos and his assistant Loco are in their laboratory toasting their mission to stop the U.S. space program. Dr. Rebos says "To me and my mission! No one can stop it!" He then does a SpitTake as he looks up and sees the Super Friends, who have just entered the room.
* NoTimeToExplain: 1973/74 episode "The Androids". While Wendy and Marvin are held captive in Dr. Rebos' laboratory laboratory, she comes up with an idea. After tricking the Wonder Dog android into leaving the room room, she calls Marvin over and shows him an android assembly kit. When he asks what they'll make make, she says there's no time to explain and they get to work (they need to hurry because they have to be finished before the Wonder Dog android returns).
* NotNowKiddo: In the 1973-74 season the main heroes did this to Wendy and Marvin This happened on a regular basis in the 1973/74 season. About every other episode Wendy or Marvin would try to get the attention of one of the superheroes, usually when the kids they were trying talking to someone else, and the hero would tell them something important.
to wait. They would sometimes give Wendy or Marvin a chance to speak once they were done discussing the more important matter, but not always.
** "The Baffles Puzzle". When Wendy and Marvin try to tell Robin about Wonder Dog sneezing at the museum, he brushes them off.
** "The Fantastic Frerps". When Marvin tries to tell the Super Friends about his strange adventure with the disappearing shack, Superman tells him to wait till later as they have an emergency.
** "The Menace of the White Dwarf". Wendy and Marvin's bicycle disappears while they're at a gas station. When they try to tell Superman about it, he tells them to hold it a minute.
** "To Hot To Handle". When Wendy tries to tell Superman that she and Martin have discovered a man who is turning up at the site of heat wave disasters, he tells her to wait because Professor von Knowalot is talking.
* OffscreenKarma: In the 1973-74 episode "The Menace of the White Dwarf", Wendy, Marvin and Wonder Dog decide to fly to Washington D.C. to warn the rest of the Super Friends personally about Raven's threat instead of calling them on the phone. As a result they get captured by Raven. At the end of the episode Marvin says that Batman gave them quite a talking to about their bad judgment.



* OneShotCharacter: ComicBook/PlasticMan makes a guest appearance in the 1973 episode "Professor Goodfellow’s G.E.E.C." What does he do? His ability to stretch is used to free a mouse trapped inside a computer system.
* PaperThinDisguise: 1973-74 episode "The Androids". When Dr. Rebos puts on a small hat neither Batman nor Superman can recognize him.

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* OneShotCharacter: ComicBook/PlasticMan makes a guest appearance in the 1973 1973-74 episode "Professor Goodfellow’s G.E.E.C." What does he do? His ability to stretch is used to free a mouse trapped inside a computer system.
* PaperThinDisguise: 1973-74 episode "The Androids". When Dr. Rebos puts on a small hat hat, neither Batman nor Superman can recognize him.



* PunBasedTitle: 1973-74 episode "The Shamon U" (i.e. "Shame on you").

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* PunBasedTitle: The 1973-74 episode "The Shamon U" (i.e. "Shame on you").
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* FrickinLaserBeams: 1973-74 episode "The Shamon U". 1973/74 episode "The Shamon U", one of Dr. Shamon's devices is a giant laser that he uses to fuse space gold dust into gold meteors. The beam clearly travels slower than the speed of light.

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* FrickinLaserBeams: 1973-74 episode "The Shamon U". 1973/74 episode "The Shamon U", one One of Dr. Shamon's devices is a giant laser that he uses to fuse space gold dust into gold meteors. The beam clearly travels slower than the speed of light.
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* ForScience: The supervillain Raven in the BackStory of the 1973-74 episode "The Menace of the White Dwarf".

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* ForScience: The supervillain Raven in the BackStory of the 1973-74 episode "The Menace of the White Dwarf".Dwarf". In the BackStory, the MadScientist Raven was convicted of trying to jar the Earth from its axis, which might have caused the extinction of the entire human race.
-->Raven: I am a scientist! My experiment dictated that I take that risk!
-->Judge: A sense of humanity would have bid you not to!



* FrickinLaserBeams: 1973-74 episode "The Shamon U". One of Dr. Shamon's devices is a giant laser.

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* FrickinLaserBeams: 1973-74 episode "The Shamon U". One 1973/74 episode "The Shamon U", one of Dr. Shamon's devices is a giant laser.laser that he uses to fuse space gold dust into gold meteors. The beam clearly travels slower than the speed of light.
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* EvilLaugh: In "The Menace of the White Dwarf" Raven has one, which he uses after he steals the Washington Monument and brings it to his cloud base.

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* EvilLaugh: EvilLaugh
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In the 1973-74 series episode "The Menace of the White Dwarf" Raven has one, which he uses after he steals the Washington Monument and brings it to his cloud base.



** Professor Ansel Hillbrand fakes his death in a deep sea diving accident so he can become the title villain in the 1973-74 episode "Dr. Pelagian's War".

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** In the 1973-74 episode "Dr. Pelagian's War", Professor Ansel Hillbrand fakes his death in a deep sea diving accident so he can become the title villain in the 1973-74 episode "Dr. Pelagian's War".villain.
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* EverybodyLaughsEnding: 1973-74 episodes "The Balloon People", "The Fantastic Frerps", "The Mysterious Moles", "The Power Pirate", "Professor Goodfellow's G.E.E.C.", "The Shamon U", "The Watermen" and "The Weather Maker". In other seasons, often occurred at the end of any episode featuring the Wonder Twins or, more rarely, Robin.

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* EverybodyLaughsEnding: EverybodyLaughsEnding
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1973-74 episodes series episodes
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"The Balloon People", People". Wonder Dog accidentally presses the balloon dog's air release button and everybody laughs at him.
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"The Fantastic Frerps", Frerps". After Wendy tricks Marvin into getting a raw egg dropped on his head, everyone (including Marvin) laughs.
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"The Mysterious Moles", Moles". Marvin tells Superman "We dig!" Superman replies "Please Marvin, don't mention that word. I did more digging today than I've ever done in my whole life!" The rest of the Super Friends laugh politely.
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"The Power Pirate", Pirate". After Wonder Dog blows out a light bulb (?), the others laugh at him.
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"Professor Goodfellow's G.E.E.C.", ". A cart starts moving by itself, and when Superman removes it and finds Wonder Dog underneath pushing it. Wendy and Marvin make funny comments and they all start laughing.
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"The Shamon U", U". Wonder Dog plays a prank on Marvin and all of the Superfriends have a good laugh.
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"The Watermen" Watermen". While Wendy, Marvin and Wonder Dog are playing a game of water polo with the aliens, Wonder Dog blows himself into the goal while carrying the ball. Wendy, Marvin and the aliens cheer and laugh.
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"The Weather Maker". After Wendy plays a prank on Marvin, they have a good laugh.
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In other later seasons, often occurred at the end of any episode featuring the Wonder Twins and Gleek the monkey or, more rarely, Robin.
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* EcoTerrorist: In the episode "Dr. Pelagian's War", Dr. Pelagian is an eco-terrorist out to stop three polluting businessmen.
* ElaborateUndergroundBase: King Plasto has one as his headquarters in the 1973/74 episode "The Fantastic Frerps".

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* EcoTerrorist: In the 1973-74 episode "Dr. Pelagian's War", Dr. Pelagian is an eco-terrorist out to stop three polluting businessmen.
* ElaborateUndergroundBase: King Plasto has one as his headquarters in the 1973/74 1973-74 episode "The Fantastic Frerps".Frerps". King Plasto has one as his headquarters, including a storage room for his Frerp eggs and a Frerps Arena for creating the eggs.
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