History WesternAnimation / TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius

8th Sep '17 11:36:49 AM fungus3
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** Quentin Smithee seems to be simply an expy of Creator/QuentinTarantino (combined with a nod to the tendency for directors who have disowned films to credit themselves as AlanSmithee) up until we find out [[spoiler: he's actually Professor Calamitus]]

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** Quentin Smithee seems to be simply an expy of Creator/QuentinTarantino (combined with a nod to the tendency for directors who have disowned films to credit themselves as AlanSmithee) up until we find out [[spoiler: he's actually Professor Calamitus]]Calamitus in a robot disguise.]]
8th Sep '17 11:28:44 AM fungus3
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* ColonyDrop: A meteor starts to head toward Retroville just after Jimmy dumbs himself down.

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* ColonyDrop: A meteor starts to head toward Retroville just after PlayedForDrama in "Normal Boy", when Jimmy Jimmy dumbs himself down.down in attempt to be "normal"; Just a few hours prior, Jimmy's orange-juicer went haywire and shot dishes into space, disrupting an asteroid into hurtling directly towards Retroville.
3rd Sep '17 9:06:58 PM FactoidCow
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* SplitScreenPhoneCall: Jimmy gets several split-screens in a row in the "sick patch" episode (season 1, episode 12a), when his classmates call to complain about the patches [[spoiler: suddenly dissolving into their skin, leaving them permanently sick]]. The call is actually a conference call, but we only see one classmate at a time, as they take turns speaking. This ends with Jimmy visibly pushing the split-line off the screen with his hand; the phone call continues, but Jimmy is now the only one the audience can hear.
2nd Sep '17 12:06:07 PM AtticusOmundson
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* AbortedArc: The ending of "Men at Work" implies that the alien bandits Zix, Travoltron, and Tee, will attempt to hunt down and capture Skeet, whom they believe to be the technologically-upgraded [=McSpanky=]'s captain, due his Employee of the Month plack. However, when they're next chronologically seen in "The Incredibly Shrinking Town," they not only don't care for Skeet in the slightest, but he isn't even shown.

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* AbortedArc: The ending of "Men at Work" implies that the alien bandits Zix, Travoltron, and Tee, will attempt to hunt down and capture Skeet, whom they believe to be the technologically-upgraded [=McSpanky=]'s captain, due his Employee of the Month plack. However, when they're next chronologically seen in "The Incredibly Incredible Shrinking Town," they not only don't care for Skeet in the slightest, but he isn't even shown.
28th Aug '17 11:44:33 PM JoeDavis
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* DemotedToExtra: Nick - he was a somewhat relevant character in the movie, even with just an InformedAbility. In the series, he hardly gets any screen time.

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* DemotedToExtra: Nick - he was a somewhat relevant character in the movie, even with just an InformedAbility. In the series, he hardly gets any screen time. There were plans to bring him back to the main cast in season four, however.
28th Aug '17 11:40:07 PM JoeDavis
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* DemotedToExtra: Nick - he was a somewhat relevant character in the movie, even with just an InformedAbility. After season 1, he hardly gets any screen time. There were plans to bring him back to the main cast in season four, however.

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* DemotedToExtra: Nick - he was a somewhat relevant character in the movie, even with just an InformedAbility. After season 1, In the series, he hardly gets any screen time. There were plans to bring him back to the main cast in season four, however.time.
27th Aug '17 3:27:57 PM SamCurt
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* GadgeteersHouse: Jimmy's bathroom has a machine that changes his hairstyle for him. He has a few in his room as well.
25th Aug '17 7:50:47 PM FactoidCow
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* OmnidisciplinaryScientist: Jimmy, of course. Professor Calamitous seems to be one as well.
25th Aug '17 7:14:21 PM FactoidCow
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* FancyCamping: Jimmy does this with the help of one of his inventions (guided by a haulagraphic butler) not only because he couldn't bear to enjoy any trip without those conveniences, but also because his father is bad at being a camp leader

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* FancyCamping: Jimmy does this with the help of one of his inventions (guided by a haulagraphic holographic butler) not only because he couldn't bear to enjoy any trip without those conveniences, but also because his father is bad at being a camp leader
25th Aug '17 5:33:36 PM FactoidCow
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* ObliquelyObfuscatedOccupation: For the first two-and-a-quarter seasons, we're given absolutely no hint as to what Hugh does for a living. Even when it finally becomes a plot point (season 3, episode 5, "Fundemonium"), we're not told exactly ''what'' he does, just that he works at a car company called Mallard Motors. And they lampshade it:
--> '''Hugh:''' Howdy boys! Hey Jimbo, better start packin', we gotta move at the end of the week if I want to keep my job.
--> '''Jimmy:''' We're ''moving?!''
--> '''Carl:''' You're ''moving?!''
--> '''Sheen:''' Your dad has a ''job?!''
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