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6th Apr '16 2:57:44 AM TitoMosquito
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* WhipItGood: Rope Girl uses her rope like a whip.

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* WhipItGood: Rope Girl uses her jump rope like a whip.whip, as well as a lasso.
5th Apr '16 4:12:51 PM TitoMosquito
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* UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents: Brenda speaks in a Texan drawl, which would explain her Rope Girl persona dressing like a rope-wielding cowgirl.



* CampStraight: The Governor



* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: An early episode has a different girl who gives Mrs. Woolingantz a note to excuse Teamo.



* EyesAlwaysShut: Mrs. Woolingantz



* GratuitousSpanish: In "The Big Put Down", Skate Lad refers to the Put Down Artist as "poco loco en el coco" (which, as Brenda explains, means "a little crazy in the coconut"). It ends up being helpful later on. The CatchPhrases of the respective team members also bring Spanish to mind, though they're gibberish for the most part.

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* GratuitousSpanish: In "The Big Put Down", Skate Lad refers to the Put Down Artist as "poco loco en el coco" (which, as Brenda explains, means "a little crazy in the coconut"). It ends up being helpful later on. The CatchPhrases {{Catch Phrase}}s of the respective team members also bring Spanish to mind, though they're gibberish for the most part.


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* PatrioticFervor: Skate Lad. Coming from a Mexican-American boy, strangely enough.


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* PrimAndProperBun: Mrs. Woolingantz.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: The Governor
* RunningGag: Jean always wants a different career each episode.


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* WhipItGood: Rope Girl uses her rope like a whip.


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* YouthfulFreckles: Crandall
4th Feb '16 8:46:59 AM theLibrarian
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* GratuitousSpanish: In "The Big Put Down", Skate Lad refers to the Put Down Artist as "poco loco en el coco" (which, as Brenda explains, means "a little crazy in the coconut"). It ends up being helpful later on.

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* GratuitousSpanish: In "The Big Put Down", Skate Lad refers to the Put Down Artist as "poco loco en el coco" (which, as Brenda explains, means "a little crazy in the coconut"). It ends up being helpful later on. The CatchPhrases of the respective team members also bring Spanish to mind, though they're gibberish for the most part.
25th Nov '15 6:27:58 PM FF32
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* ShapeShifter: Madam Snake

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* ShapeShifter: ShapeShifting: Madam Snake
24th Oct '15 1:24:39 PM Kytseo
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* EleventhHourSuperpower: [[spoiler: Y'know those alleged superpowers Crandall claims to have? They manifest in the final episode (well, SuperStrength at least) to save him from being crushed to death]].
22nd Oct '15 4:15:19 PM nombretomado
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'''''Teamo Supremo''''' (2002-2004) was a {{Disney}} cartoon originally aired as part of Disney's One Saturday Morning right before its transition into ABC Kids, and was just as quickly shown in reruns on Creator/ToonDisney (and for a short while, the regular Creator/DisneyChannel) when the channel was still showing Disney cartoons on a regular basis. It is a rather simple show about three ordinary schoolchildren named Crandall, Hector and Brenda (right), who take on the secret identities of the eponymous [[TheyFightCrime crime-fighting]] trio to battle some stupid evildoers. As superheroes, they call themselves Captain Crandall, Skate Lad, and Rope Girl, respectively.

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'''''Teamo Supremo''''' (2002-2004) was a {{Disney}} Creator/{{Disney}} cartoon originally aired as part of Disney's One Saturday Morning right before its transition into ABC Kids, and was just as quickly shown in reruns on Creator/ToonDisney (and for a short while, the regular Creator/DisneyChannel) when the channel was still showing Disney cartoons on a regular basis. It is a rather simple show about three ordinary schoolchildren named Crandall, Hector and Brenda (right), who take on the secret identities of the eponymous [[TheyFightCrime crime-fighting]] trio to battle some stupid evildoers. As superheroes, they call themselves Captain Crandall, Skate Lad, and Rope Girl, respectively.
18th Oct '15 4:08:05 PM nombretomado
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Perhaps because of the simplicity of that, the show was never one of Disney's popular franchises mostly due to coming at a time during ''WesternAnimation/PowerpuffGirls'' popularity (some detractors even claiming it copied from it though the show had plenty of differences outside the three kid superheroes format) and only had 39 episodes (albeit each one following a TwoShorts format). What the viewers missed out on, though, was a short StoryArc in the third season regarding Crandall's superpowers (he thinks he is an alien) that was [[CutShort left unresolved]] as a result of the series' cancellation.

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Perhaps because of the simplicity of that, the show was never one of Disney's popular franchises mostly due to coming at a time during ''WesternAnimation/PowerpuffGirls'' ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' popularity (some detractors even claiming it copied from it though the show had plenty of differences outside the three kid superheroes format) and only had 39 episodes (albeit each one following a TwoShorts format). What the viewers missed out on, though, was a short StoryArc in the third season regarding Crandall's superpowers (he thinks he is an alien) that was [[CutShort left unresolved]] as a result of the series' cancellation.



* MotorMouth: Dehydro. At times, his lines sound like they were written by [[ThePowerpuffGirls Mojo Jojo]].

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* MotorMouth: Dehydro. At times, his lines sound like they were written by [[ThePowerpuffGirls [[WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls Mojo Jojo]].
18th Aug '15 5:44:07 PM LtFedora
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* MonsterClown: The Birthday Bandit.

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* MonsterClown: The Birthday Bandit.Bandit, who's voiced by [[Creator/MarkHamill someone]] known for a [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries certain other]] [[SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker evil clown]].
24th Jun '15 8:07:01 PM tropower
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* SomethingPerson: Skate Lad (Hector) and Rope Girl (Brenda)
17th May '15 5:35:45 AM LtFedora
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* ShoutOut: While under mind control in one episode, the Chief exits with a [[Series/ThePrisoner "B"-gesture by his nose and says "Be seeing you!"]]
** While trying to look for help from Captain Excellent's hideout, one of the devices they find is [[Film/MontyPythonsTheMeaningOfLife a machine that goes "PING!"]]
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