History WesternAnimation / TheMrMenShow

3rd Jun '17 2:08:44 PM cartoonfan945
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* BeachEpisode: [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E6Beach]] [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E21Seashore]] and [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E47SandAndSurf]].

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* BeachEpisode: [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E6Beach]] [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E21Seashore]] [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E6Beach Beach]] [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E21Seashore Seashore]] and [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E47SandAndSurf]].[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E47SandAndSurf Sand and Surf]].
3rd Jun '17 2:07:52 PM cartoonfan945
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* BeachEpisode: [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E6Beach Three]] [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E21Seashore of them,]] [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E47SandAndSurf actually!]]

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* BeachEpisode: [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E6Beach Three]] [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E21Seashore of them,]] [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E47SandAndSurf actually!]][[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E6Beach]] [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E21Seashore]] and [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E47SandAndSurf]].


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* RetroUniverse: The series is set in modern times, but has a retro feel.
21st Apr '17 4:25:08 PM cartoonfan945
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* ContinuitySnarl: Throughout the episodes, the houses always change their locations.


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* LipLock: This tends to zigzag in the British dub. Most of time is not bad, though some dialogue change tend to not match with the mouth flaps.


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* ATwinkleInTheSky:
** Both Mr. Bounce and Mr. Small were thrown in the sky in "Beach" and "Snow, but without a twinkle.
** Mr. Bump did get this in "Games", as he was shot into space.
16th Apr '17 2:05:05 AM PowerfulLewpster
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* OffModel: At times, including some characters' limbs being disjointed for a single frame.
12th Apr '17 1:34:55 PM Xtifr
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'''The Mr. Men Show''' is an animated television series adapted from the original Mr. Men animated shows of the [[TheSeventies 1970s]], [[TheEighties 1980s]] and [[TheNineties 1990s]], which were based on Roger Hargreaves' book series, ''Literature/MrMen'' and ''Little Misses''. ''The Mr. Men Show'', however, differs from the older versions in that it eschews the morality tale format and takes a sketch comedy approach to the characters. Each episode features short comedy sketches, dance numbers and music videos.

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'''The ''The Mr. Men Show''' Show'' is an animated television series adapted from the original Mr. Men animated shows of the [[TheSeventies 1970s]], [[TheEighties 1980s]] and [[TheNineties 1990s]], which were based on Roger Hargreaves' book series, ''Literature/MrMen'' and ''Little Misses''. ''The Mr. Men Show'', however, differs from the older versions in that it eschews the morality tale format and takes a sketch comedy approach to the characters. Each episode features short comedy sketches, dance numbers and music videos.
12th Apr '17 5:17:28 AM Emmz
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* FrenchJerk: Mr Rude in both the UK and US versions.

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* FrenchJerk: Mr Mr. Rude in both the UK and US versions.



* {{Gasshole}}: Mr. Rude, when he's not being a {{Jerkass}}, is usually this, which is obviously to be expected with someone whose entire persona is having poor manners. A running gag is him saying [[MadLibsCatchphrase "I'll give you X"]] as a response to a statement, and then farting, with everyone reacting angrily afterwards. He also doesn't hold back on burping either.

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* {{Gasshole}}: Mr. Rude, when he's not being a {{Jerkass}}, is usually this, which is obviously to be expected with someone whose entire persona is having poor manners. A running gag is him saying [[MadLibsCatchphrase "I'll give you X"]] In addition to farting as a response to a statement, and then farting, with everyone reacting angrily afterwards. He RunningGag, he also doesn't hold back on burping either.burps as well.



* HeterosexualLifePartners: Mr Small and Mr Nosy.

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* HeterosexualLifePartners: Mr Mr. Small and Mr Mr. Nosy.
12th Apr '17 4:23:23 AM PowerfulLewpster
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The show originally aired on February 4, 2008, in the United States and February 25, 2008, in the United Kingdom. It originally aired on on Creator/CartoonNetwork in the United States, but stopped airing it after the show ended, and reruns in the UK ended in 2015, though nearly every UK episode can be viewed on YouTube ... [[BadExportForYou IN]] [[InvertedTrope HD!]]

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The show originally aired on February 4, 2008, in the United States and February 25, 2008, in the United Kingdom. It originally aired on on Creator/CartoonNetwork in the United States, but stopped airing it after the show ended, and reruns in the UK ended in 2015, though nearly every UK episode can be viewed on YouTube ... [[BadExportForYou IN]] [[InvertedTrope HD!]]
IN HD!



** Mr. Quiet was brown in the original books; in the show, he is pale blue.

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** Mr. Quiet was brown in the original books; in the show, he is pale blue. In fact, in concept art, he was green!



* CoversAlwaysLie: The ''official YouTube page'' use the wrong images for the thumbnails (eg. [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E1Picnics Picnics]] uses a shot from [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E41Lunch Lunch]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E4Farm Farm]] uses a shot from [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E7ArtsAndCrafts Arts and Crafts]]. In fact, this trope applies to ''TWENTY-SEVEN EPISODES'': [[note]][[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E1Flying Flying]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E4Farm Farm]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E16Paint Paint]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E38Gardens Gardens]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E1Picnics Picnics]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E2Driving Driving]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E3OuterSpace Outer Space]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E7ArtsAndCrafts Arts and Crafts]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E8GameShows Game Shows]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E18Gifts Gifts]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E22WashingAndDrying Washing and Drying]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E24Fruit Fruit]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E25Radio Radio]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E26Supermarket Supermarket]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E28Cinema Cinema]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E29GettingAround Getting Around]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E30Clocks Clocks]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E31PostOffice Post Office]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E32Pets Pets]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E35Library Library]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E37Goo Goo]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E38TrainsAndPlanes Trains and Planes]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E39OutToSea Out To Sea]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E40NextDoor Next Door]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E41Lunch Lunch]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E42Machines Machines]] and [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E44HomeImprovement Home Improvement]].[[/note]]

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* CoversAlwaysLie: The ''official YouTube page'' use the wrong images for the thumbnails (eg. [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E1Picnics Picnics]] uses a shot from [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E41Lunch Lunch]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E4Farm Farm]] uses a shot from [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E7ArtsAndCrafts Arts and Crafts]]. In fact, this trope applies to ''TWENTY-SEVEN EPISODES'': [[note]][[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E1Flying Flying]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E4Farm Farm]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E16Paint Paint]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E38Gardens Gardens]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E1Picnics Picnics]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E2Driving Driving]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E3OuterSpace Outer Space]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E7ArtsAndCrafts Arts [[note]]"Flying", "Farm", "Paint", "Gardens", "Picnics", "Driving", "Outer Space", "Arts and Crafts]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E8GameShows Game Shows]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E18Gifts Gifts]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E22WashingAndDrying Washing Crafts", "Game Shows", "Gifts", "Washing and Drying]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E24Fruit Fruit]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E25Radio Radio]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E26Supermarket Supermarket]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E28Cinema Cinema]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E29GettingAround Getting Around]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E30Clocks Clocks]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E31PostOffice Post Office]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E32Pets Pets]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E35Library Library]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E37Goo Goo]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E38TrainsAndPlanes Trains Drying", "Fruit", "Radio", "Supermarket", "Cinema", "Getting Around", "Clocks", "Post Office", "Pets", "Library", "Goo", "Trains and Planes]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E39OutToSea Out Planes", "Out To Sea]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E40NextDoor Next Door]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E41Lunch Lunch]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E42Machines Machines]] Sea", "Next Door", "Lunch", "Machines" and [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E44HomeImprovement Home Improvement]]."Home Improvement".[[/note]]



** Persnickety was changed to Pernickity.

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** Persnickety was changed to Pernickity.Pernickity and his catchphrase was changed from "Sweet Henrietta!" to "[[{{Woolseyism}} Sweet apple strudel!]]"



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: An epic one happens in the song from "Dillydale Day":
-->'''Mr. Nosy:''' Machines have become our new-found arts;\\
'''Mr. Messy:''' Though their fumes smelt like f--''[[[CurseCutShort train whistle]]]''



* MeaningfulName: Most of the characters' names describe their basic personalities, although Miss Helpful is an inversion; her attempts to help the other cast members generally leave them worse off than before. This is played straight in the French dub, where she is called ''Madame Catastrophe''.

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* MeaningfulName: Most of the characters' names describe their basic personalities, although Miss Helpful is an inversion; her attempts to help the other cast members generally leave them worse off than before. This is played straight in the French dub, where she is called ''Madame ''Mme. Catastrophe''.



** Another reason according to Mark is that Chorion hated Miss Calamity.
** Mr. Noisy got turned into a whale by Little Miss Magic and we don't see him again, even in the bumpers, musical numbers, his own songs, but for some reason, he made a speaking appearance in Bad Weather, and that is the first appearance of Mr. Noisy after he was supposedly PutOnABus. There were only two episodes after his transformation, though, so it may have been a coincidence that he didn't appear.

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** *** Another reason according to Mark is that Chorion hated Miss Calamity.
** Mr. Noisy got turned into a whale by Little Miss Magic in "Travel" and we don't see him again, even in the bumpers, musical numbers, his own songs, but for some reason, he made a speaking appearance in Bad Weather, "Bad Weather", and that is the first appearance of Mr. Noisy after he was supposedly PutOnABus. There were only two episodes after his transformation, though, so it may have been a coincidence that he didn't appear.



* WingdingEyes: Miss Chatterbox gets these in [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E23Dance "Dance"]].

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* WingdingEyes: Miss Chatterbox gets these in [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E23Dance "Dance"]]."Dance".



* [[YouNeedToGetLaid You Need To Get Tickled More Often]]: Mr. Tickle thinks this of Mr. Nervous after he has a panic attack about there being an olive in his sprouts at the salad bar. ''Without even noticing the plastic bug Miss Naughty had put in the sprouts''.

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* [[YouNeedToGetLaid You Need To Get Tickled More Often]]: In "Food", Mr. Tickle thinks this of Mr. Nervous after he has a panic attack about there being an olive in his sprouts at the salad bar. ''Without even noticing the plastic bug Miss Naughty had put in the sprouts''.
7th Mar '17 5:35:22 PM nombretomado
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* HeWhoMustNotBeHeard: Mr. Funny, who is inspired by Harpo Marx of the MarxBrothers.

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* HeWhoMustNotBeHeard: Mr. Funny, who is inspired by Harpo Marx of the MarxBrothers.Creator/MarxBrothers.
23rd Feb '17 5:14:33 PM starofjusticev21
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'''The Mr. Men Show''' is an animated television series adapted from the original Mr. Men animated shows of the [[TheSeventies 1970s]], [[TheEighties 1980s]] and [[TheNineties 1990s]], which were based on Roger Hargreaves' book series, ''Literature/MrMen'' and ''Little Misses''. ''The Mr. Men Show'', however, differs from the older versions in that it takes a sketch comedy approach to the characters as opposed to morality tales. Each episode features short comedy sketches, dance numbers and music videos.

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'''The Mr. Men Show''' is an animated television series adapted from the original Mr. Men animated shows of the [[TheSeventies 1970s]], [[TheEighties 1980s]] and [[TheNineties 1990s]], which were based on Roger Hargreaves' book series, ''Literature/MrMen'' and ''Little Misses''. ''The Mr. Men Show'', however, differs from the older versions in that it eschews the morality tale format and takes a sketch comedy approach to the characters as opposed to morality tales.characters. Each episode features short comedy sketches, dance numbers and music videos.
22nd Feb '17 9:56:43 AM starofjusticev21
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'''The Mr. Men Show''' is an animated television series adapted from the original Mr. Men animated shows of the [[TheSeventies 1970s]], [[TheEighties 1980s]] and [[TheNineties 1990s]], which were based on Roger Hargreaves' book series, ''Literature/MrMen'' and ''Little Misses''. ''The Mr. Men Show'', however, differs from the older versions in that it takes a sketch comedy approach to the characters. Each episode features short comedy sketches, dance numbers and music videos.

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'''The Mr. Men Show''' is an animated television series adapted from the original Mr. Men animated shows of the [[TheSeventies 1970s]], [[TheEighties 1980s]] and [[TheNineties 1990s]], which were based on Roger Hargreaves' book series, ''Literature/MrMen'' and ''Little Misses''. ''The Mr. Men Show'', however, differs from the older versions in that it takes a sketch comedy approach to the characters.characters as opposed to morality tales. Each episode features short comedy sketches, dance numbers and music videos.
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