History WesternAnimation / SuperWhy

8th Oct '17 10:36:52 PM Wannur_Syafiqah
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* StockSoundEffect: The usual overused baby cry is heard in "Jack and the Beanstalk", when baby Joy throws a tantrum.

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* StockSoundEffect: Joy had her voice provided by stock baby sounds in earlier seasons.
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The usual overused baby cry is heard in "Jack and the Beanstalk", when baby Baby Joy throws a tantrum.
4th Oct '17 9:54:26 AM GaryMega77
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** {{Subverted|Trope}}. [[spoiler:Turn off the TV and stare into it.]]
*** Double subverted. [[spoiler:Antiglare screen with a matte finish.]]
25th Sep '17 3:39:36 AM Wannur_Syafiqah
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The series is [[StrictlyFormula highly formulaic]], following the same pattern in virtually every episode: One of the main characters has a problem (the kind of problem little kids have- like not being able to play the game he or she wanted) and the group sets out to find a solution to it by [[TransformationSequence changing into their heroic selves]] and entering a book. There they try to help the story's characters with their problems, eventually changing the story (by replacing words in the text) to give it a different ending. In the process, they find special [[PlotCoupon "super letters"]] that Super Why collects in his [[MagicalComputer "super duper computer"]] which eventually spell out a word that is the solution to the original problem. After that too is resolved, the Super Readers, now back in their normal forms, [[VictoryPose dance a little victory dance]] to the show's tune, and the episode ends.

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The series is [[StrictlyFormula highly formulaic]], following the same pattern in virtually every episode: One of the main characters has a problem (the kind of problem little kids have- like have--like not being able to play the game he or she wanted) and the group sets out to find a solution to it by [[TransformationSequence changing into their heroic selves]] and entering a book. There they try to help the story's characters with their problems, eventually changing the story (by replacing words in the text) to give it a different ending. In the process, they find special [[PlotCoupon "super letters"]] that Super Why collects in his [[MagicalComputer "super duper computer"]] which eventually spell out a word that is the solution to the original problem. After that too is resolved, the Super Readers, now back in their normal forms, [[VictoryPose dance a little victory dance]] to the show's tune, and the episode ends.



Super Why! is a fun way for kids to learn reading and writing, though older audiences might find it repetitive after a while.

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Super Why! ''Super Why!'' is a fun way for kids to learn reading and writing, though older audiences might find it repetitive after a while.
25th Sep '17 3:37:42 AM Wannur_Syafiqah
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* StockSoundEffect: ''Baby Kate Cry'': Heard in "Jack and the Beanstalk" with Baby Joy throwing a tantrum.

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* StockSoundEffect: ''Baby Kate Cry'': Heard The usual overused baby cry is heard in "Jack and the Beanstalk" with Baby Beanstalk", when baby Joy throwing throws a tantrum.



* TheUnseen: Super You.
** Subverted. [[spoiler:Turn off the TV and stare into it.]]

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* TheUnseen: Super You.
You. [[spoiler:{{Justified|Trope}}, as it ''is'' meant to be the viewer (or one of them, if 2 or more people are watching this show in this same room).]]
** Subverted.{{Subverted|Trope}}. [[spoiler:Turn off the TV and stare into it.]]



** No longer the case starting in Season 2 as a super puppy named Woofster joins the team.

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** No longer the case starting in Season 2 2, as a super puppy named Woofster joins the team.



* VocalEvolution: Wonder Red's voice gets a bit more mature throughout the series.
** Also, Alpha Pig's voice gets deeper in the second season.

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* VocalEvolution: Wonder Red's voice gets a bit more mature throughout the series.
series, due to her voice actress hitting puberty.
** Also, Alpha Pig's voice gets deeper in the second season.season for the same reason.
29th Aug '17 11:02:27 AM PhantomDusclops92
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* LeotardOfPower: Wonder Red. Also doubles as Getting Crap Past The Radar.
29th Aug '17 11:01:19 AM PhantomDusclops92
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: When Red is Wonder Red, she wears a bikini with extremely thin straps. Keep in mind that Wonder Red is seen in EVERY episode in this clothing. Not to mention that the show has been on since 2007, with over 100 episodes. You'd think the censors would change it to a less revealing suit in a show aimed at THREE-YEAR-OLDS.



* WalkingSwimsuitScene: Red, in her super form, wears a very thin bikini for unknown reasons. This is especially odd considering this is a show aimed at very young children.
21st Aug '17 6:29:23 PM w01v35w0rd
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* TokenNonHuman: Alpha Pig, until Woofster joins the team.

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* TokenNonHuman: Alpha Pig, until Woofster joins the team.Pig.
20th Jul '17 6:28:26 AM SuperEquality07
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* WalkingSwimsuitScene: Red, in her super form, wears a very thin bikini for unknown reasons. This is especially odd considering this is a show aimed at very young children.
1st Jul '17 4:54:38 PM SuperEquality07
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* LeotardOfPower: Wonder Red

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* LeotardOfPower: Wonder RedRed. Also doubles as Getting Crap Past The Radar.
1st Jul '17 4:50:21 PM SuperEquality07
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: When Red is Wonder Red, she wears a bikini with extremely thin straps. Keep in mind that Wonder Red is seen in EVERY episode in this clothing. Not to mention that the show has been on since 2007, with over 100 episodes. You'd think the censors would change it to a less revealing suit in a show aimed at THREE-YEAR-OLDS.
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