History WesternAnimation / Wayside

31st May '17 10:24:57 PM Segal991
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* BalloonBelly: Maurecia in ''Slo-Mo Mo'', which later results in a PottyEmergency.

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* BalloonBelly: Maurecia after drinking all the water from the water fountain in ''Slo-Mo Mo'', which later results in a PottyEmergency.
18th May '17 2:28:17 PM N8han11
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* {{Irony}}: In the books, Louis shaving off his [[BeardOfAwesome supercool mustache]] was considered (by the kids) to be one of the worst things that ever happened in the entire series. In the show he doesn't have a mustache to begin with.

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* {{Irony}}: In the books, Louis shaving off his [[BeardOfAwesome supercool mustache]] mustache was considered (by the kids) to be one of the worst things that ever happened in the entire series. In the show he doesn't have a mustache to begin with.



* LighterAndSofter: In the original books, Mrs. Gorf after [[HoistByHisOwnPetard being turned into a (sentient) apple]] [[spoiler: was eaten by Louis "I saw so many apples on her desk the other day, I'm sure she won't mind if I eat just one"]] in the show her fate after being transformed into an apple is left ambiguous.

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* LighterAndSofter: In the original books, Mrs. Gorf after [[HoistByHisOwnPetard being turned into a (sentient) apple]] [[spoiler: was eaten by Louis "I saw so many apples on her desk Louis.]] In the other day, I'm sure she won't mind if I eat just one"]] in the show show, her fate after being transformed into an apple is left ambiguous.
3rd May '17 6:51:38 AM MilanP.
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** Slightly inverted for the majority of Season 2, when the animation style moved from traditional to flash tweening. Luckily, Creator/MercuryFilmworks (who worked on the first season) kept some of the bounciness and expressiveness from the initial episodes.

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** Slightly inverted for the majority final twelve episodes of Season 2, the series, when the animation style moved from traditional to flash tweening. Luckily, Creator/MercuryFilmworks (who worked on the first season) season as an animation service.) kept some of the bounciness and expressiveness from the initial episodes.



* PragmaticAdaptation: While the show isn't a complete adaptation of Louis Sachar's books, it is a relatively impressive show in its own right.

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* PragmaticAdaptation: While the show isn't a complete adaptation of Louis Sachar's books, it is a relatively impressive show in its own right.right, building off the surrealness of the original books
25th Mar '17 10:57:35 AM fruitstripegum
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* BalloonBelly: Maurecia in ''Slo-Mo Mo'', which later results in a PottyEmergency.



* BalloonBelly: Maurecia in ''Slo-Mo Mo'', which later results in a PottyEmergency.
21st Mar '17 4:13:45 PM nombretomado
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Originally premiering as an hour long {{Pilot}} [[TheMovie Movie]] episode on Canada's Creator/{{Teletoon}} in 2005, it was later picked up for a full, 26-episode series by {{Nickelodeon}} in 2006; the show itself premiered the following year. Despite garnering relatively favorable reviews, the show was cancelled in 2008 and Nickelodeon eventually pulled reruns after its ending, while reruns of the show still air in Canada, but have moved to Teletoon's now-sister network, Creator/{{YTV}}.

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Originally premiering as an hour long {{Pilot}} [[TheMovie Movie]] episode on Canada's Creator/{{Teletoon}} in 2005, it was later picked up for a full, 26-episode series by {{Nickelodeon}} {{Creator/Nickelodeon}} in 2006; the show itself premiered the following year. Despite garnering relatively favorable reviews, the show was cancelled in 2008 and Nickelodeon eventually pulled reruns after its ending, while reruns of the show still air in Canada, but have moved to Teletoon's now-sister network, Creator/{{YTV}}.
18th Nov '16 4:23:47 PM MilanP.
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* AnimationBump: While the designs and linework are rougher than the actual show, [[PilotMovie the 2005 Pilot]] has smoother character animation, and utliizes CGI a lot more than the show.
** Slightly inverted for the majority of Season 2, when the animation style moved from traditional to flash tweening. Luckily, Creator/MercuryFilmworks (who worked on the first season) kept some of the bounciness and expressiveness from the initial episodes.
14th Nov '16 8:14:09 AM MilanP.
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Originally premiering on Canada's Creator/{{Teletoon}} in 2007, it was later moved to {{Nickelodeon}}. The series had 26 episodes and an hour long {{Pilot}} [[TheMovie Movie]] episode. Despite garnering relatively favorable reviews, the show was cancelled in 2008 and the first season was released later that year. (reruns of the show still air in Canada, but have moved to Teletoon's now-sister network, Creator/{{YTV}}.)

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Originally premiering on Canada's Creator/{{Teletoon}} in 2007, it was later moved to {{Nickelodeon}}. The series had 26 episodes and as an hour long {{Pilot}} [[TheMovie Movie]] episode. episode on Canada's Creator/{{Teletoon}} in 2005, it was later picked up for a full, 26-episode series by {{Nickelodeon}} in 2006; the show itself premiered the following year. Despite garnering relatively favorable reviews, the show was cancelled in 2008 and the first season was released later that year. (reruns Nickelodeon eventually pulled reruns after its ending, while reruns of the show still air in Canada, but have moved to Teletoon's now-sister network, Creator/{{YTV}}.)
Creator/{{YTV}}.
13th Nov '16 3:32:09 PM isrflo62
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Originally premiering on Canada's Creator/{{Teletoon}} in 2007, it was later moved to {{Nickelodeon}}. The series had 25 episodes and an hour long {{Pilot}} [[TheMovie Movie]] episode. Despite garnering relatively favorable reviews, the show was cancelled in 2008 and the first season was released later that year. [[MissingEpisode The second season is still on waiting]]. (Reruns of the show still air in Canada, but have moved to Teletoon's now-sister network, Creator/{{YTV}}.)

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Originally premiering on Canada's Creator/{{Teletoon}} in 2007, it was later moved to {{Nickelodeon}}. The series had 25 26 episodes and an hour long {{Pilot}} [[TheMovie Movie]] episode. Despite garnering relatively favorable reviews, the show was cancelled in 2008 and the first season was released later that year. [[MissingEpisode The second season is still on waiting]]. (Reruns (reruns of the show still air in Canada, but have moved to Teletoon's now-sister network, Creator/{{YTV}}.)
15th Jul '16 2:07:27 AM Morgenthaler
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** Maurecia, who's changed from originally a RedHeadedHero to this.

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** Maurecia, who's changed from originally a RedHeadedHero redhead to this.
14th Jul '16 6:10:01 AM Morgenthaler
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%%* RedHeadedHero: Todd.
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