History WesternAnimation / TheJetsons

7th Jun '16 6:52:27 PM Random888
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The "cheeky" FrenchMaid robot in the episode that introduces Rosie[[note]]Which was the ''pilot'', no less[[/note]]. Considering the original episodes were produced when they didn't allow female navels on TV (as in ''Series/IDreamOfJeannie''), it's fun to imagine that Judy's navel is "really" exposed throughout the series, but just not drawn due to the simplified art style.

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The "cheeky" FrenchMaid robot in the episode that introduces Rosie[[note]]Which was the ''pilot'', no less[[/note]]. less[[/note]].
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Considering the original episodes were produced when they didn't allow female navels on TV (as in ''Series/IDreamOfJeannie''), it's fun to imagine that Judy's navel is "really" exposed throughout the series, but just not drawn due to the simplified art style.
30th May '16 1:37:27 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* WeCouldHaveAvoidedAllThis: Mr. Spacely reveals towards the end that he knew about the Grungies living under his factory the entire time. Let ''that'' sink in now.
* [[spoiler:WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: The Grungies.]]

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* WeCouldHaveAvoidedAllThis: Mr. Spacely reveals towards the end that he knew about the Grungies living under his factory the entire time. Let ''that'' sink in now.
* [[spoiler:WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: The
WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: [[spoiler:The Grungies.]]
10th Apr '16 10:50:57 AM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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* LogoJoke: The Hanna-Barbera Swirling Star appears at the end of the movie, albeit with its "swirling" sound effects replaced with a majestic-sounding rendition of four notes from the ''Jetsons'' theme song.

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* LogoJoke: The Hanna-Barbera Swirling Star appears at the end of the movie, albeit with its "swirling" sound effects replaced with a majestic-sounding rendition of the first four notes from the ''Jetsons'' theme song.song (a.k.a. "the Jetsons' doorbell"). [[labelnote:Logo trivia]]Oddly enough, instead of the then-current CGI version, the 1979-86 version was used, albeit with "Hanna-Barbera" rendered in the trademark "script" font and the byline "A Great American Broadcasting Company" -- the only time that byline was ever used.[[/labelnote]]
14th Mar '16 3:47:18 PM speedyboris
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* WebGames: A Flash-based game was released in 1998 on the Cartoon Network website: ''[[https://web.archive.org/web/19981202032056/http://www.cartoonnetwork.com/games/index.html Mealtime Malfunction]]''.
15th Feb '16 1:05:54 PM morenohijazo
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* RapidFireNailBiting: In one of the 1980's episodes Judy Jetson does this hoping her father George doesn't embarrass her with his dancing at her party.
16th Jan '16 3:16:50 AM Anddrix
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** The '60s series also gained the 1985 title cards, end credits sequence, and the laugh track was removed to put it in line with the then-new season. Compare [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRyrcpe74Yg this]] to [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FyinD6ZDqeg this]]. This was an attempt to "seamlessly" fit the 1962-3 and 1985/1987 seasons into the one syndication package, as if [[ViewersAreMorons no one would notice the the difference]] between them (e.g. the voice actors ageing by a couple of decades, and real-life technological advances during the gap leading to the '80s seasons focusing more on computer than mechanical technology). The 2004 [=DVDs=] (and newer re-issues to broadcasters) have restored all of the above to the originals except for the title cards, with the original ColdOpenings still missing.

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** The '60s series also gained the 1985 title cards, end credits sequence, and the laugh track was removed to put it in line with the then-new season. Compare [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRyrcpe74Yg this]] to [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FyinD6ZDqeg this]]. This was an attempt to "seamlessly" fit the 1962-3 and 1985/1987 seasons into the one syndication package, as if [[ViewersAreMorons no one would notice the the difference]] difference between them (e.g. the voice actors ageing by a couple of decades, and real-life technological advances during the gap leading to the '80s seasons focusing more on computer than mechanical technology). The 2004 [=DVDs=] (and newer re-issues to broadcasters) have restored all of the above to the originals except for the title cards, with the original ColdOpenings still missing.
12th Jan '16 10:05:14 AM MHarrington
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* PreemptiveShutUp: After George accidentally gets stuffed into a box full of sprockets, he returns home to his family, who look at him in surprise, but he angrily tells them, [[PunctuatedForEmphasis "Don't. Say. A word."]]
4th Jan '16 6:44:24 AM SeptimusHeap
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After its prime-time run, the original 1962 series was rebroadcast on Saturday mornings on other networks, as well as in syndication. The plots have been compared to those in the ''{{Blondie}}'' comic strip and movies -- not surprising, since Penny Singleton (who played Blondie in the films) was the voice of Jane Jetson. [[UnCancelled New Jetsons episodes were produced]] for syndication in 1985 and 1987, and in 1987-88, there were two feature-length {{Made For TV Movie}}s. One of those movies, ''WesternAnimation/TheJetsonsMeetTheFlintstones'', served as a natural {{crossover}} between the two animated families.

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After its prime-time run, the original 1962 series was rebroadcast on Saturday mornings on other networks, as well as in syndication. The plots have been compared to those in the ''{{Blondie}}'' ''ComicStrip/{{Blondie}}'' comic strip and movies -- not surprising, since Penny Singleton (who played Blondie in the films) was the voice of Jane Jetson. [[UnCancelled New Jetsons episodes were produced]] for syndication in 1985 and 1987, and in 1987-88, there were two feature-length {{Made For TV Movie}}s. One of those movies, ''WesternAnimation/TheJetsonsMeetTheFlintstones'', served as a natural {{crossover}} between the two animated families.
14th Nov '15 3:00:09 PM nombretomado
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A prospective LiveActionAdaptation, with RobinWilliams as George Jetson, was apparently axed in favor of the fourth ''SpyKids'' film, but seems to be back on track for an eventual release, with creative director Music/KanyeWest (yes, that [[TheDitz Kanye]]) and Warner Bros. looking for a director.

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A prospective LiveActionAdaptation, with RobinWilliams Creator/RobinWilliams as George Jetson, was apparently axed in favor of the fourth ''SpyKids'' film, but seems to be back on track for an eventual release, with creative director Music/KanyeWest (yes, that [[TheDitz Kanye]]) and Warner Bros. looking for a director.
31st Oct '15 5:05:50 PM nombretomado
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A prospective LiveActionAdaptation, with RobinWilliams as George Jetson, was apparently axed in favor of the fourth ''SpyKids'' film, but seems to be back on track for an eventual release, with creative director KanyeWest (yes, that [[TheDitz Kanye]]) and Warner Bros. looking for a director.

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A prospective LiveActionAdaptation, with RobinWilliams as George Jetson, was apparently axed in favor of the fourth ''SpyKids'' film, but seems to be back on track for an eventual release, with creative director KanyeWest Music/KanyeWest (yes, that [[TheDitz Kanye]]) and Warner Bros. looking for a director.
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