History WesternAnimation / SwatKats

5th Oct '17 10:43:17 AM Kooshmeister
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** Another example from "Enter the Madkat" is the orderly at the asylum. We see Lenny Ringtail jump on him ("Heeeeere's Ringtail!") but it cuts away. The next time we see Ringtail is when he breaks into the antique shop to evade the Enforcers, and we never learn the orderly's fate.
5th Oct '17 10:35:44 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* DestructiveSavior: Commander Feral often accuses the SWAT Kats of being this, and he [[JerkassHasAPoint isn't entirely wrong]], as they do often tend to cause as much destruction as their enemies, sometimes by accident, sometimes by intentionally destroying something to stop the villain(s). They're very much "ends justify the means" heroes. DangerouslyGenreSavvy Dark Kat uses this against them in "Razor's Edge" and frames them for accidentally hurting an elderly couple in an effort to turn the public against them and make them lose their confidence. He's ''almost'' successful.

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* DestructiveSavior: Commander Feral often accuses the SWAT Kats of being this, and he [[JerkassHasAPoint isn't entirely wrong]], as they do often tend to cause as much destruction as their enemies, sometimes by accident, sometimes by intentionally destroying something to stop the villain(s). They're very much "ends justify the means" heroes. DangerouslyGenreSavvy Dark Kat uses this against them in "Razor's Edge" and frames them for accidentally hurting an elderly couple in an effort to turn the public against them and make them lose their confidence. He's ''almost'' successful.
5th Oct '17 10:21:48 AM Kooshmeister
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* BedlamHouse: The Megakat Asylum for the Insane and Katatonic. The orderlies are [[OrderliesAreCreeps jerks]], it's got a rusty gate that squeaks loudly when opened and lightning [[DramaticThunder flashes ominously]] in the background.



* OrderliesAreCreeps: In "Enter the Madkat", a jerkish orderly at the Megakat Asylum torments Lenny Ringtail by watching ''[[Creator/DavidLetterman The David Litterbin Show]]'' right outside his room, knowing it drives Ringtail crazy (well, crazier). He also taunts Ringtail through the window, calling him crazy and laughing at him.

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* OrderliesAreCreeps: In "Enter the Madkat", a jerkish orderly at the Megakat Asylum torments Lenny Ringtail by watching ''[[Creator/DavidLetterman The David Litterbin Show]]'' right outside his room, knowing it drives Ringtail crazy (well, crazier). He also taunts Ringtail through the window, calling him crazy window and laughing laughs at him.him. The only possible explanation for his behavior despite where he works is that he took the job for the sole purpose of making fun of the insane.
5th Oct '17 10:15:52 AM Kooshmeister
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* OrderliesAreCreeps: In "Enter the Madkat", a jerkish orderly at the Megakat Asylum torments Lenny Ringtail by watching ''[[Creator/DavidLetterman The David Litterbin Show]]'' right outside his room, knowing it drives Ringtail crazy (well, crazier). He also taunts Ringtail through the window, calling him crazy and laughing at him.
5th Oct '17 4:58:37 AM Kooshmeister
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* DestructiveSavior: Commander Feral often accuses the SWAT Kats of being this, and he [[isn't entirely wrong]], as they do often tend to cause as much destruction as their enemies, sometimes by accident, sometimes by intentionally destroying something to stop the villain(s). They're very much "ends justify the means" heroes. DangerouslyGenreSavvy Dark Kat uses this against them in "Razor's Edge" and frames them for accidentally hurting an elderly couple in an effort to turn the public against them and make them lose their confidence. He's ''almost'' successful.

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* DestructiveSavior: Commander Feral often accuses the SWAT Kats of being this, and he [[isn't [[JerkassHasAPoint isn't entirely wrong]], as they do often tend to cause as much destruction as their enemies, sometimes by accident, sometimes by intentionally destroying something to stop the villain(s). They're very much "ends justify the means" heroes. DangerouslyGenreSavvy Dark Kat uses this against them in "Razor's Edge" and frames them for accidentally hurting an elderly couple in an effort to turn the public against them and make them lose their confidence. He's ''almost'' successful.
5th Oct '17 4:56:20 AM Kooshmeister
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** It [[WhatCouldHaveBeen would've]] been brought up again in "Succubus!" but the episode was never finished due to the series being canceled.


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* DestructiveSavior: Commander Feral often accuses the SWAT Kats of being this, and he [[isn't entirely wrong]], as they do often tend to cause as much destruction as their enemies, sometimes by accident, sometimes by intentionally destroying something to stop the villain(s). They're very much "ends justify the means" heroes. DangerouslyGenreSavvy Dark Kat uses this against them in "Razor's Edge" and frames them for accidentally hurting an elderly couple in an effort to turn the public against them and make them lose their confidence. He's ''almost'' successful.
2nd Oct '17 4:05:22 AM Kooshmeister
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* CatNinja: Dark Kat has a few as {{Mooks}} in "Razor's Edge." However, they really only get one scene showcasing their martial arts skills when they attack a security guard. They have the same purple fur as their master, and wear [[GogglesDoSomething goggles]] and [[GasMaskMook gas masks]].
15th Aug '17 10:28:09 AM ajbit26
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** In the real world this can be considered the opposite. If he did accept, he would be accepting a bribe from a known criminal, which is a very serious crime. Guess there's no Internal Affairs in Megakat City.
31st Jul '17 2:21:46 AM PaulA
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** Professor Hackle's lab is especially egregious. Although a little more toned down than Viper's, he nevertheless has a table on which can be seen a retort and several flasks and test tubes. One problem. Hackle is a machinist/roboticist, so what he needs chemistry equipment for is anyone's guess. They're just there to inform us he's, like, a scientist and such, even though the [[StrappedToAnOperatingTable operating tables]] and [[Film/{{Frankenstein}} Kenneth Strickfadden]]-esque machinery filling the rest of the room do the job just fine on their own.

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** Professor Hackle's lab is especially egregious. Although a little more toned down than Viper's, he nevertheless has a table on which can be seen a retort and several flasks and test tubes. One problem. Hackle is a machinist/roboticist, so what he needs chemistry equipment for is anyone's guess. They're just there to inform us he's, like, a scientist and such, even though the [[StrappedToAnOperatingTable operating tables]] and [[Film/{{Frankenstein}} [[Film/{{Frankenstein1931}} Kenneth Strickfadden]]-esque machinery filling the rest of the room do the job just fine on their own.
18th Jul '17 9:02:55 AM DJcody
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** Done briefly in "Unlikely Alloys" when Molly teams up with the SWAT Kats and Dr. Greenbox after [[spoiler: her husband, Mac, gets absorbed by Zed]].
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