History YMMV / SagwaTheChineseSiameseCat

12th Jan '17 8:53:48 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* IdiotPlot: Sheegwa is mistaken for a legendary princess due to a star-shaped birthmark on her coat, and is immediately showered with lavish praise and treated like a dignitary before it's discovered it was actually simply a patch of dirt on her fur. Nobody took the time to verify that it is real, or that the legend itself had any credence to it. Furthermore, Mama and Baba forbid her to play as she'll be expected to fulfill her new role as a figure of wisdom, even though she's just a kitten and would have been taken from home if the misunderstanding had not been uncovered.
** "The Magistrate's New Clothes", though a somewhat justified case as it is taken directly from the original fable where everybody in the palace fails to understand that the invisible clothes are an obvious ruse.
** Sagwa and Fu Fu get themselves into a world of trouble when they play around with a valuable medallion gifted from the Emperor himself. Nobody who comes into possession of the medallion thinks twice about using it to suit their own needs, instead of reporting to the palace of their chance find.


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* ValuesDissonance: In one episode, the Magistrate is expecting the delivery of a prized pigeon gifted to him by the Emperor, whom Fu Fu befriends when she escapes her cage. The Reader chastises the wagon driver for taking so long with the delivery, not stopping to acknowledge that the man is clearly mute and trying to use explain his troubles with his body language.
18th Dec '16 9:39:19 PM BlueTangFromPixar
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* EvenBetterSequel: "How Sagwa Got Her Colors" is followed by "Sagwa's Lucky Bat", [[note]] which acts as a sequel due to both flashing back to before Sagwa got her markings [[/note]] an even more touching and well-written episode that truly shows ThePowerOfFriendship between Sagwa and Fu-fu.
12th Dec '16 12:50:52 PM BlueTangFromPixar
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** In-Universe, Tung's singing is seen as this.



** The [[StepfordSmiler cat]] [[AntiVillain catcher]] from "On The Run"
*** The episode itself in question. Possibly the most controversial episode of the series, [[SurpriseCreepy especially due to it's]] DarkerAndEdgier [[OrWasItADream atmosphere]].



*** From the same episode, the idea of being restricted of your freedom.
** The [[StepfordSmiler cat]] [[AntiVillain catcher]] from "On The Run"
*** The episode itself in question. Possibly the most controversial episode of the series, [[SurpriseCreepy especially due to it's]] DarkerAndEdgier [[OrWasItADream atmosphere]].

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*** From both that episode and the same episode, aforementioned "On The Run", the idea of being restricted of your freedom.
** The [[StepfordSmiler cat]] [[AntiVillain catcher]] from "On The Run"
*** The episode itself in question. Possibly the most controversial episode of the series, [[SurpriseCreepy especially due to it's]] DarkerAndEdgier [[OrWasItADream atmosphere]].
freedom.


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* SoBadItsGood: Tung's singing. It's probably the worst singing you'll ever hear, yet it's such a hilarious sound, and he clearly enjoys doing it a ton, to the point that you can't help but like it in a way.
29th Oct '16 11:05:24 AM EliteOryx
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** To some fan, the fact that Sagwa was almost taken away from her own family in Sagwa The Stray". Doubles as TearJerker.

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** To some fan, the fact that Sagwa was almost (accidentally) taken away from her own family in Sagwa "Sagwa The Stray". Doubles as TearJerker.
29th Oct '16 11:04:11 AM EliteOryx
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** To some fan, the fact that Sagwa was almost taken away from her own family in Sagwa The Stray". Doubles as TearJerker.
29th Oct '16 11:04:11 AM EliteOryx
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29th Oct '16 10:59:57 AM EliteOryx
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*** From the same episode, the idea of being restricted of your freedom.
29th Oct '16 10:45:11 AM EliteOryx
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** In "Sick Day", the story scene where Sagwa gets captured and has a scared reaction because of Sheegwa telling her that she didn't play with her. Throughout the episode, Sagwa is heard screaming in fear. There's something creepy about, heating your favorite character, scream with fear, especially since, they've rarely scream at all...

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** In "Sick Day", the story scene where Sagwa gets captured and has a scared reaction because of Sheegwa telling her that she didn't play with her. Throughout the episode, Sagwa is heard screaming in fear. There's something creepy about, heating hearing your favorite character, scream with fear, especially since, they've they rarely scream show fear, at all...
29th Oct '16 10:43:41 AM EliteOryx
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** In "Sick Day", the story scene where Sagwa gets captured and has a scared reaction because of Sheegwa telling her that she didn't play with her. Throughout the episode, Sagwa is heard screaming in fear.

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** In "Sick Day", the story scene where Sagwa gets captured and has a scared reaction because of Sheegwa telling her that she didn't play with her. Throughout the episode, Sagwa is heard screaming in fear. There's something creepy about, heating your favorite character, scream with fear, especially since, they've rarely scream at all...
28th Oct '16 8:45:14 PM EliteOryx
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** The [[StepfordSmiler cat]] [[AntiVillain catcher]] from "On The Run"
*** The episode itself in question. Possibly the most controversial episode of the series, [[SurpriseCreepy especially due to it's]] DarkerAndEdgier [[OrWasItADream atmosphere]].
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