History WesternAnimation / Superjail

17th Feb '17 7:34:04 PM creader
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* ADayInTheLimelight: Jean and Paul, the gay inmates, get an entire episode dedicated to them in the second season. Happens again in season 3.
** This happened as early as season 1, where "Mr. Grumpy-Pants" was in part focused on Ash. He also gets plots in "The Budding of the Warbuxx" and "Burn Stoolie Burn".
** Every episode in season 3 gave a different character a day in the limelight. Rather than focusing on just the Warden, each episode centered around a different supporting character. Warden fans fear not, however, as he was still the focus of a few episodes.
** Turban (the Middle-Eastern inmate) was given a spotlight episode in season 4.



* ADayInTheLimelight: Jean and Paul, the gay inmates, get an entire episode dedicated to them in the second season. Happens again in season 3.
** This happened as early as season 1, where "Mr. Grumpy-Pants" was in part focused on Ash. He also gets plots in "The Budding of the Warbuxx" and "Burn Stoolie Burn".
** Every episode in season 3 gave a different character a day in the limelight. Rather than focusing on just the Warden, each episode centered around a different supporting character. Warden fans fear not, however, as he was still the focus of a few episodes.
** Turban (the Middle-Eastern inmate) was given a spotlight episode in season 4.



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12th Oct '16 5:06:52 PM Splurdge
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* LighteAndSofter: Season two
12th Oct '16 5:02:05 PM Splurdge
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* ContinuityCreep: After season one, the show started to have much more continuity and even [[StoryArc story arcs!]]
5th Jul '16 12:56:29 AM CaptainTedium
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* CountryMatters: In "Stingstres", Lord Stingray at one point says "Why, that see you next--".

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* CountryMatters: In "Stingstres", "Stingstress", Lord Stingray at one point says "Why, that see you next--".
5th Jul '16 12:55:49 AM CaptainTedium
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* CountryMatters: In "Stingstres", Lord Stingray at one point says "Why, that see you next--".
23rd Jun '16 2:28:24 AM DarkMagickan
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* Bookends: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dm4xx62jNjU&feature=related "Time]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhkHW77Qdl4 Police"]] has one.

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* Bookends: BookEnds: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dm4xx62jNjU&feature=related "Time]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhkHW77Qdl4 Police"]] has one.
23rd Jun '16 2:27:17 AM DarkMagickan
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* BookEnds: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dm4xx62jNjU&feature=related "Time]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhkHW77Qdl4 Police"]] has one.

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* BookEnds: Bookends: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dm4xx62jNjU&feature=related "Time]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhkHW77Qdl4 Police"]] has one.
30th May '16 8:30:05 AM ThatsNotFroot
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Part of the Creator/AdultSwim lineup, ''Superjail!'' was a surrealistic and ''very'' [[{{Gorn}} gory]] comedy series about a magical jail and its deranged staff. The show takes place in the eponymous prison, built inside an extinct volcano inside an ''active'' volcano, and home to endless numbers of ultra-violent RedShirt prisoners. The series started in 2008 and lasted for four seasons.

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Part of the Creator/AdultSwim lineup, ''Superjail!'' was a surrealistic surreal and ''very'' [[{{Gorn}} gory]] comedy series about a magical jail and its deranged staff. The show takes place in the eponymous prison, built inside an extinct volcano inside an ''active'' volcano, and home to endless numbers of ultra-violent RedShirt prisoners. The series started in 2008 and lasted for four seasons.
24th May '16 6:03:59 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* MauveShirt: Jacknife and the gay couple avoid death for pretty much every episode. In fact, the gay couple made up two of the 7 controls (Along with the Warden, Alice, Jailbot, Gary and Bird, and some unknown bearded inmate) of a Superjail {{Voltron}}-esque giant mecha in "Mayhem Donor".

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* MauveShirt: Jacknife and the gay couple avoid death for pretty much every episode. In fact, the gay couple made up two of the 7 controls (Along with the Warden, Alice, Jailbot, Gary and Bird, and some unknown bearded inmate) of a Superjail {{Voltron}}-esque Anime/{{Voltron}}-esque giant mecha in "Mayhem Donor".
5th Mar '16 10:51:56 PM nombretomado
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** Some of the inmates qualify. When things start going to hell, many of them show all manner of skills, from lassoing bugs with giant shoelaces and discus-throwing that would make CaptainAmerica jealous to improvising weapons to deal with whatever mayhem is coming their way.

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** Some of the inmates qualify. When things start going to hell, many of them show all manner of skills, from lassoing bugs with giant shoelaces and discus-throwing that would make CaptainAmerica ComicBook/CaptainAmerica jealous to improvising weapons to deal with whatever mayhem is coming their way.
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