History WesternAnimation / WereBackADinosaursStory

29th Jun '17 4:10:16 PM gjjones
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* MassOhCrap: The citizens at the parade when they realize that there are real dinosaurs.



* ProperlyParanoid: Before the parade, Louie reasons that mass panic would ensue if they ever see real dinosaurs. It turns out he was right.



* RealityEnsues: After the whole "Roll Back the Rock (To the Dawn of Time)" number everyone in New York realizes those dinosaurs AREN'T animatronic and, understandably terrified, panic in the streets.

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* RealityEnsues: After the whole "Roll Back the Rock (To the Dawn of Time)" number everyone in New York realizes those dinosaurs AREN'T ''aren't'' animatronic and, [[MassOhCrap understandably terrified, terrified]], panic in the streets.
27th Jun '17 7:04:22 PM gjjones
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* BigNever: Professor Screweyes when [[spoiler:he turns down Neweyes's offer to redeem himself]].
27th Jun '17 6:23:50 PM gjjones
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* MyBelovedSmother: Louie claims his mother is this trope as his reason for running away, but to hear him describe it, it sounds more like he's just massively insecure in his own masculinity.

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* MyBelovedSmother: Louie claims his mother is this trope as his reason for running away, but to hear him describe it, it sounds more like he's just massively insecure in his own masculinity.masculinity



* ShoutOut: To ''Film/JurassicPark'', which is showing at a theater in Times Square.

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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To ''Film/JurassicPark'', which is showing at a theater in Times Square.
21st Jun '17 2:10:59 PM DinoMaurus
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* FurryReminder: Whenever she's scared or surprised, Elsa screeches and squeals like a pterosaur would have done. Otherwise, she has a rather sultry voice most of the time.
20th Jun '17 5:35:58 PM DinoMaurus
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* InformedAttribute: The dinosaurs are supposedly much more intelligent on Brain Grain. While they are able to talk like humans, they often come across as more naive, childlike, slow-thinking, wide-eyed and slack-jawed, whereas in their natural state they seem more cunning in a predatory way.

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* InformedAttribute: The dinosaurs are supposedly much more intelligent on Brain Grain. While they are able to talk like humans, they often come across as more naive, childlike, slow-thinking, wide-eyed and slack-jawed, whereas in their natural state they seem more cunning in a predatory way. To be fair, [[Main/TheHero Rex]] and [[WomenAreWiser Elsa]] seem more mature and eloquent than Woog and Dweeb, both of whom, are quite frankly, ''complete morons''.
10th Jun '17 2:28:11 PM nombretomado
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** Some of the UsefulNotes/MacysThanksgivingDayParade balloons are shaped like cartoon characters like WoodyWoodpecker, CliffordTheBigRedDog and SpiderMan, all of which were balloons in the RealLife parade at the time the film was created (a newer Spider Man debuted in 2009).

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** Some of the UsefulNotes/MacysThanksgivingDayParade balloons are shaped like cartoon characters like WoodyWoodpecker, WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker, CliffordTheBigRedDog and SpiderMan, all of which were balloons in the RealLife parade at the time the film was created (a newer Spider Man debuted in 2009).
5th Jun '17 8:40:52 AM Snicka
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* DumbDinos: Rex and the other dinosaurs are portrayed as stupid, mindlessly violent monsters without the effects of Brain Grain, playing the trope straight.

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* DumbDinos: Rex and the other dinosaurs are portrayed as stupid, mindlessly violent monsters without the effects of Brain Grain, playing the trope straight. And even after they get the ability to talk and become tame thanks to the Brain Grain, they become extremely childish and naive.
4th Jun '17 2:21:22 PM schoi30
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** Woog and Dweeb, a plant-eating ''Triceratops'' and ''Parasaurolophus'' respectively, are both seen eating hotdogs. Maybe they just don't realize hotdogs are made of meat.

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** Woog and Dweeb, a plant-eating ''Triceratops'' and ''Parasaurolophus'' respectively, are both seen eating hotdogs. Maybe they just don't realize Hopefully the hotdogs are made of meat.from a meat substitute.



* CarnivoreConfusion: A very strange variant. Predation is frowned upon, but Brain Grain Cereal apparently teaches a ''herbivorous Triceratops'' to eat ''[[AscendedToCarnivorism HOT DOGS.]]''. [[WildMassGuessing Tofu]], we hope. One line of dialogue could have reassured us here.

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* CarnivoreConfusion: A very strange variant. Predation is frowned upon, but Brain Grain Cereal apparently teaches a ''herbivorous Triceratops'' Triceratops and Parasaurolophus'' to eat ''[[AscendedToCarnivorism HOT DOGS.]]''. [[WildMassGuessing Tofu]], we hope. One line of dialogue could have reassured us here.
4th Jun '17 2:19:22 PM schoi30
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** Rex has three functional fingers in each hand, despite ''Tyrannosaurus'' having only two in real life.
** When Rex is in his 'feral' form, his posture zigzags between the upright, old timey ''T. rex'' style and the horizontal-leaning way that is seen as accurate today.

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** Rex has three functional fingers in each hand, despite ''Tyrannosaurus'' having only two in real life.
** When Rex is in his 'feral' form,
life. Also, his posture zigzags between the upright, old timey ''T. rex'' style and the horizontal-leaning way that is seen as accurate today.
4th Jun '17 2:17:17 PM schoi30
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** Small potatoes in comparison, but pterosaurs aren't freakin' dinosaurs. It doesn't help that [[PteroSoarer Elsa]] looks ''nothing'' like a pteranodon.
** Woog and Dweeb, a plant-eating Triceratops and Parasaurolophus respectively, are both seen eating hotdogs.
*** Maybe they just don't realize hotdogs are made of meat.
** Rex has three functional fingers in each hand, despite T-Rex having only two in real life.
** When Rex is in his 'feral' form, he's drawn in the upright, old timey T-rex style, instead of the horizontal-leaning way that is seen as accurate today.

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** Small potatoes in comparison, but pterosaurs aren't freakin' dinosaurs. It doesn't help that [[PteroSoarer Elsa]] looks ''nothing'' like a pteranodon.
''Pteranodon''.
** Woog and Dweeb, a plant-eating Triceratops ''Triceratops'' and Parasaurolophus ''Parasaurolophus'' respectively, are both seen eating hotdogs.
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hotdogs. Maybe they just don't realize hotdogs are made of meat.
** Rex has three functional fingers in each hand, despite T-Rex ''Tyrannosaurus'' having only two in real life.
** When Rex is in his 'feral' form, he's drawn in his posture zigzags between the upright, old timey T-rex style, instead of ''T. rex'' style and the horizontal-leaning way that is seen as accurate today.
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