History YMMV / SimonsCat

11th Jun '16 3:29:43 AM UrthWyrm
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* SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}}: The end of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYdDRTRaWr8 'Hop It']], with [[spoiler:Simon's Cat sparing the bunny, and getting hugged for it]].

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* SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}}: Moment|s}}:
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The end of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYdDRTRaWr8 'Hop It']], with [[spoiler:Simon's Cat sparing the bunny, and getting hugged for it]].it]].
** In [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLnHzv7OKao Muddy Paws]], the Kitten comes into the house, dirty and tracking mud on the ground. Rather than getting angry, Simon's Cat cleans the Kitten like a fussing parent. This is a big contrast from their first meeting, where they were rivals.
** There's a scene in the comic book where Simon's Cat goes outside to explore the world after dark. In one scene, he's partying and playing music with the other animals rather than chasing or playing pranks on them.
25th Apr '15 9:02:13 AM CaptainReynolds6
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* {{Narm}}: A kind of "in-universe" example can be seen in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VLcLH97eRw 'Double Trouble']] when the kitten finally gets his paws on the cat's food bowl. The cat tries to get it back, and in response the kitten crouches low, his fur stands on end, he lets out a meow/growl of warning and he gives an angry look. He's obviously trying to be threatening, but he ends up looking adorable and funny instead. An unusual example in that this isn't the fault of the animator, it's just how things can be with cats in real life.

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* {{Narm}}: A kind of "in-universe" example can be seen Seen in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VLcLH97eRw 'Double Trouble']] when the kitten finally gets his paws on the cat's food bowl. The cat tries to get it back, and in response the kitten crouches low, his fur stands on end, he lets out a meow/growl of warning and he gives an angry look. He's obviously trying to be threatening, but he ends up looking adorable and funny instead. An unusual example in that this isn't instead (which was probably intentional on the fault of the animator, it's just how things can be with cats in real life.animator's part).
7th Nov '14 4:29:14 PM OppanSaekki
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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: Russians love ''Simon's Cat!''

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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: Russians love ''Simon's Cat!''Cat.''
7th Nov '14 4:28:58 PM OppanSaekki
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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: Russians love ''Simon's Cat!''
23rd Jan '14 7:56:21 AM Angeldeb82
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* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: The end of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYdDRTRaWr8 'Hop It']], with [[spoiler:Simon's Cat sparing the bunny, and getting hugged for it]].



* SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}}: The end of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYdDRTRaWr8 'Hop It']], with [[spoiler:Simon's Cat sparing the bunny, and getting hugged for it]].



* [[NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity No Such Thing As Bad Attention]]: Done very subtly in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s13dLaTIHSg 'TV Dinner']]: after the cat tries (and fails) to get Simon's attention by meowing, he starts scratching the arm of the couch. Simon snaps his fingers at the cat to try to get him to stop, and ''you can see the cat smile and resume scratching'' as if he's thinking, "Hmm, that got his attention!"

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* [[NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity No Such Thing As as Bad Attention]]: Done very subtly in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s13dLaTIHSg 'TV Dinner']]: after the cat tries (and fails) to get Simon's attention by meowing, he starts scratching the arm of the couch. Simon snaps his fingers at the cat to try to get him to stop, and ''you can see the cat smile and resume scratching'' as if he's thinking, "Hmm, that got his attention!"
16th Mar '12 11:11:12 AM Whatshisgame
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* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: The end of "Hop It," with [[spoiler:Simon's Cat sparing the bunny, and getting hugged for it]].
* EarWorm: The theme song used in the last year may last only five seconds, but it will stay stuck in your head ''forever''.
* {{Narm}}: A kind of "in-universe" example can be seen in "Double Trouble" when the kitten finally gets his paws on the cat's food bowl. The cat tries to get it back, and in response the kitten crouches low, his fur stands on end, he lets out a meow/growl of warning and he gives an angry look. He's obviously trying to be threatening, but he ends up looking adorable and funny instead. An unusual example in that this isn't the fault of the animator, it's just how things can be with cats in real life.
* [[NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity No Such Thing As Bad Attention]]: Done very subtly in "TV Dinner:" after the cat tries (and fails) to get Simon's attention by meowing, he starts scratching the arm of the couch. Simon snaps his fingers at the cat to try to get him to stop, and ''you can see the cat smile and resume scratching'' as if he's thinking, "Hmm, that got his attention!"

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* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: The end of "Hop It," [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYdDRTRaWr8 'Hop It']], with [[spoiler:Simon's Cat sparing the bunny, and getting hugged for it]].
* EarWorm: The theme song used music, introduced in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9EYkdFsP2w Beyond the last year may last only five seconds, but it Fence]], will stay stuck in your head ''forever''.
* {{Narm}}: A kind of "in-universe" example can be seen in "Double Trouble" [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VLcLH97eRw 'Double Trouble']] when the kitten finally gets his paws on the cat's food bowl. The cat tries to get it back, and in response the kitten crouches low, his fur stands on end, he lets out a meow/growl of warning and he gives an angry look. He's obviously trying to be threatening, but he ends up looking adorable and funny instead. An unusual example in that this isn't the fault of the animator, it's just how things can be with cats in real life.
* [[NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity No Such Thing As Bad Attention]]: Done very subtly in "TV Dinner:" [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s13dLaTIHSg 'TV Dinner']]: after the cat tries (and fails) to get Simon's attention by meowing, he starts scratching the arm of the couch. Simon snaps his fingers at the cat to try to get him to stop, and ''you can see the cat smile and resume scratching'' as if he's thinking, "Hmm, that got his attention!"
6th Dec '11 5:52:30 PM helterskelter
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* AudioErotica: Recently, Simon began posting videos demonstrating how he draws the characters, complete with commentary ([[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8P4rJgTiaRc example]]). Many, ''many'' viewers commented on how incredibly soothing his voice is.
6th Dec '11 1:16:02 PM archie
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* AudioErotica: Recently, Simon began posting videos demonstrating how he draws the characters, complete with commentary ([[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8P4rJgTiaRc example]]). Many, ''many'' viewers commented on how incredibly soothing his voice is.
2nd Dec '11 1:59:24 AM MisterDT
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* EarWorm: The theme song used in the last year may last only five seconds, but it will stay stuck in your head ''forever''.
25th Oct '11 10:57:58 AM CaptainReynolds6
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* [[Narm]]: A kind of "in-universe" example can be seen in "Double Trouble" when the kitten finally gets his paws on the cat's food bowl. The cat tries to get it back, and in response the kitten crouches low, his fur stands on end, he lets out a meow/growl of warning and he gives an angry look. He's obviously trying to be threatening, but he ends up looking adorable and funny instead. An unusual example in that this isn't the fault of the animator, it's just how things can be with cats in real life.

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* [[Narm]]: {{Narm}}: A kind of "in-universe" example can be seen in "Double Trouble" when the kitten finally gets his paws on the cat's food bowl. The cat tries to get it back, and in response the kitten crouches low, his fur stands on end, he lets out a meow/growl of warning and he gives an angry look. He's obviously trying to be threatening, but he ends up looking adorable and funny instead. An unusual example in that this isn't the fault of the animator, it's just how things can be with cats in real life.
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