History YMMV / InspectorGadget

15th Aug '16 5:32:02 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* WhatAnIdiot: Not from Gadget, but instead from Scolex, who went out of his way to build a robotic version of Brenda who was programmed with a MotorMouth for reasons we dare not explore. She ends up blabbing everything to the real Brenda without a second thought.
12th Aug '16 11:17:04 AM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* MostAnnoyingSound: The film is ''loaded'' with familiar cartoon sound effects that emerge in the most mundane moments of the movie. One could easily argue that these can get old after a while.
20th Mar '16 4:33:28 PM Ciara25
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* SugarWiki/VisualEffectsOfAwesome: To say nothing else of they film, the creators ''really'' used their budget, and the whole thing is worth watching just for Creator/StanWinston's realisations of Inspector Gadget's gadgets.

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* SugarWiki/VisualEffectsOfAwesome: To say nothing else of they Say what you like about the film, but the creators ''really'' used their budget, and the whole thing is worth watching just for Creator/StanWinston's realisations of Inspector Gadget's gadgets.
20th Mar '16 4:32:42 PM Ciara25
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* {{Squick}} : Robo-Brenda was basically a sex doll.

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* {{Squick}} : The giggly, acquiescent, relatively dim, programmed-to-be-a-cheerleader Robo-Brenda was basically a sex doll.
8th Feb '16 11:27:31 AM N8han11
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* EndingFatigue: Even after its over, the end credits are littered with cutaway clips of what the characters have moved on to after catching Claw, complete with the Gadgetmobile's life story which carries on even when the credits finally conclude.

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* EndingFatigue: Even after its it's over, the end credits are littered with cutaway clips of what the characters have moved on to after catching Claw, complete with the Gadgetmobile's life story which carries on even when the credits finally conclude.
8th Feb '16 6:46:16 AM Freshmeat
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* MagnumOpus: Many fans who grew up watching the series consider it [=DiC=] Entertainment's best cartoon, particularly for the professional writing and smooth animation.
4th Jan '16 12:45:11 AM TheTrailblazerCritic
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*EndingFatigue: Even after its over, the end credits are littered with cutaway clips of what the characters have moved on to after catching Claw, complete with the Gadgetmobile's life story which carries on even when the credits finally conclude.
9th Dec '15 7:37:06 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* {{Squick}} : In hindsight, let's face it: Robo-Brenda was basically a sex doll.
* UncannyValley: Ironically used with Robo-Gadget. The shifty eyes and fake teeth are scary without trying. One could argue that Broderick made a better villain than a hero.

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* {{Squick}} : In hindsight, let's face it: : Robo-Brenda was basically a sex doll.
* UncannyValley: Ironically used with Robo-Gadget. The shifty eyes and fake teeth are scary without trying. One could argue that Broderick made a better villain than a hero.
22nd Sep '15 12:30:39 PM HeroGal2347
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* NightmareFuel: There's a lot of potential for FridgeHorror in Gadget's robotics, but occasionally it's less implicit than usually.
** For example, in "Magic Gadget," the second-season premiere episode. In their attempts to murder Gadget, the Great Wambini (stage magician ''cum'' ruthless M.A.D. agent) and his flunkies in turn transfix him with swords, drown him, and finally [[HalfTheManHeUsedToBe cut him in two]] at about mid-stomach height, trying to effect a RasputinianDeath. Gadget, of course, survives everything with only mild discomfort, and continues his investigation in his usual bumbling fashion -- ''both halves of him''. Wambini and company (and [[IronButtMonkey Brain]]) are, naturally, [[BodyHorror horrified]].
** From Season 2, "Gadget and Old Lace". The villains hired by Claw to [[NeverSayDie get rid of]] Gadget are two [[TheSociopath cute but murderous]] old ladies, [[PunnyName Sadie and Viola]], and their ward [[PsychopathicManchild Franklin]], a [[TheSpeechless mute giant]] wearing a boys' sailor suit several sizes too small, who immediately starts digging a fresh grave for Gadget among all the tombstones in the family garden...! Without Gadget's comedic antics, this would be pure horror material. As it stands, it's ''still'' disturbing, and also features one of the most graphic (and closest to successful) attempts on Gadget's life throughout the series. (It involves electrocution.)
31st Aug '15 1:47:29 PM MartyD82
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** Penny's theme (both the normal and [[ThemeTunePowerUp heroic]] versions).

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** Penny's theme (both the normal and [[ThemeTunePowerUp [[ThemeSongPowerUp heroic]] versions).
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