History WesternAnimation / TomAndJerryKids

6th Dec '17 3:46:36 AM PeppermintSoda
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* RecycledScript: "Tom, the Babysitter" is a remake to the 1958 short ''The Tot Watchers''.
27th Sep '17 6:25:33 PM TitoMosquito
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* RecycledScript: "Tom, the Babysitter" is a remake to the 1958 short ''The Tot Watchers''.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: In "Gator, Baiter", a wrestling gator is fed up of being humiliated by other wrestlers that can break the rules, so he decides to leave. Jerry helps him return to his swamp while avoiding his ex-manager and opponent AND protecting him from Tom.
27th Sep '17 6:05:10 PM TitoMosquito
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* GoodAllAlong: In "Doom Manor", a witch's Frankenstein-like minion leaves with Tom and Jerry, telling them he's really a good guy and has been trying to get out of the witch's castle for a long while.
* HeartBeatsOutOfChest:

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* GoodAllAlong: In "Doom Manor", a witch's Frankenstein-like minion (who name is [[TheIgor Igor]]) leaves with Tom and Jerry, telling them he's really a good guy on their side and has been trying to get out of the witch's castle for a long while.
* HeartBeatsOutOfChest: HeartBeatsOutOfChest:
23rd Sep '17 4:35:09 PM TitoMosquito
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* GoodAllAlong: In "Doom Manor", a witch's Frankenstein-like minion leaves with Tom and Jerry, telling them he's really a good guy and has been trying to get out of the witch's castle for a long while.



* HeelFaceTurn: In "Doom Manor", a witch's Frankenstein-like minion leaves with Tom and Jerry, telling them he's really a good guy and has been trying to get out of the witch's castle for a long while.
11th Aug '17 7:03:20 AM PeppermintSoda
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** [=McWolf=] in "Scrapheap Symphony". He's not doing anything villainous, being just the orchestra conductor, still the cast ends up ignoring, mocking or hurting him anyway.

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** [=McWolf=] in "Scrapheap Symphony". He's not doing anything villainous, being just the orchestra conductor, still conductor. Still the cast ends up ignoring, mocking or hurting him anyway.
11th Aug '17 7:00:54 AM PeppermintSoda
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* ButtMonkey:
** Tom quite frequently receives more of a beating than any other characters in any given cartoon, and usually with less justification.
** [=McWolf=] in "Scrapheap Symphony". He's not doing anything villainous, being just the orchestra conductor, still the cast ends up ignoring, mocking or hurting him anyway.



* ButtMonkey:
** Tom quite frequently receives more of a beating than any other characters in any given cartoon, and usually with less justification.
** [=McWolf=] in "Scrapheap Symphony". He's not doing anything villainous, being just the orchestra conductor, still the cast ends up ignoring, mocking or hurting him anyway.
11th Aug '17 2:42:16 AM PeppermintSoda
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** As a nod to NorthwestHoundedPolice also "Foreign Legion Frenzy" and "Dirty Droopy" end up showing an army of Droopy clones.

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** As a nod to NorthwestHoundedPolice also ''WesternAnimation/NorthwestHoundedPolice'', "Foreign Legion Frenzy" and "Dirty Droopy" also end up showing an army of Droopy clones.
10th Aug '17 10:13:54 AM Ladro
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* FingerGun: McWolf has to use one in "El Smoocho" since they "can't have guns in this cartoon".

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* FingerGun: McWolf [=McWolf=] has to use one in "El Smoocho" since they "can't have guns in this cartoon".
10th Aug '17 10:13:29 AM Ladro
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* ButtMonkey: Tom quite frequently receives more of a beating than any other characters in any given cartoon, and usually with less justification.

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* ButtMonkey: ButtMonkey:
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Tom quite frequently receives more of a beating than any other characters in any given cartoon, and usually with less justification.
10th Aug '17 10:12:44 AM Ladro
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* HeartBeatsOutOfChest: In "The Vermin," Jerry invokes this after the titular band's female member uses her feminine wiles to convince him to join the band.

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* HeartBeatsOutOfChest: HeartBeatsOutOfChest:
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In "The Vermin," Jerry invokes this after the titular band's female member uses her feminine wiles to convince him to join the band.



* TwinSwitch: In "Dakota Droopy & the Great Train Robbery" [=McWolf=] keeps on throwing Droopy and Dripple off a train but more of them keep showing up. It turns out Droopy's all identical family was aboard the train.

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* TwinSwitch: TwinSwitch:
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In "Dakota Droopy & the Great Train Robbery" [=McWolf=] keeps on throwing Droopy and Dripple off a train but more of them keep showing up. It turns out Droopy's all identical family was aboard the train.
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