History YMMV / SpyKids

9th Jun '16 9:15:52 PM SideburnsKid
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* TheyJustDidntCare: The fourth film has a [[ContinuityPorn special Spy Kids room full of different props and paraphernalia from the Kids division]]...much of which was not directly related to the division at all, such as equipment from the Third Brain experiment, and the battle suits from Game Over. ''Which didn't physically exist.''
8th Jun '16 1:42:14 AM SideburnsKid
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The third film might have been a little better if it had put more focus on Grandpa getting to ''feel'' young and powerful again, instead of summing his CharacterDevelopment up in a little speech at the end.
1st Jun '16 10:33:08 PM SurroundedByPerverts
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** The president announces the new head of the OSS during his speech at the party. The screen he reads off of starts saying, "Gregorio Cortez", but then changes to "Donnagon Giggles". They way it happens makes it blatantly clear that his cue card screen was hacked, not experiencing a typo or malfunction, yet he never questions it. For that matter, the president is clearly about to say, "Gregorio Cortez" before his screen changes, yet no one at the party is suspicious of the obvious sabotage going on. Also, the president's announcement alone probably shouldn't be the deciding factor for who becomes head of the OSS, and the decision was probably already made before his announcement at the party. Shouldn't someone be investigating why his speech was changed instead of automatically instating Donnagon as the head?

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** The president announces the new head of the OSS during his speech at the party. The screen he reads off of starts saying, "Gregorio Cortez", but then changes to "Donnagon Giggles". They way it happens makes it blatantly clear that his cue card screen teleprompter was hacked, not experiencing a typo or malfunction, yet he never questions it. For that matter, the president is clearly about to say, "Gregorio Cortez" before his screen changes, yet no one at the party is suspicious of the obvious sabotage going on. Also, the president's announcement alone probably shouldn't be the deciding factor for who becomes head of the OSS, and the decision was probably already made before his announcement at the party. Shouldn't someone be investigating why his speech was changed instead of automatically instating Donnagon as the head?
1st Jun '16 7:51:00 PM SoRandom31
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* HeyItsThatGuy: Emily Osment my dear? Is that you with the [[ItMakesSenseInContext helicopter hair?]]
30th May '16 4:58:17 AM Schroeder1174
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: With it's agents constantly going rogue, and it's use of children for dangerous missions, it's not hard to argue that the OSS as corrupt and villainous.

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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: With it's agents constantly going rogue, and it's use of children for dangerous missions, it's not hard to argue that the OSS as are corrupt and villainous.
28th May '16 10:40:58 PM TheRealYuma
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* JustHereForGodzilla: Oh be honest, the only reason any of us saw ''All The Time In The World'' is for Juni and Carmen's parts.
25th May '16 8:47:04 PM SurroundedByPerverts
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** At the party, all of the wine glasses have been drugged, and all the adults are rendered unconscious when they all have a toast. Apparently, the villains never considered that someone might drink from their glass before the big toast, which would've exposed them if it happened.

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** At the party, all of the wine glasses have been drugged, and all the adults are rendered unconscious when they all have a toast. Apparently, the villains never considered that someone might drink from their glass before the big toast, which would've exposed them if it happened. The fact that one of the waiters tries to give a wine glass to Juni implies that they expected everyone to be knocked out, including the kids. Seems they DidntThinkThisThrough.
25th May '16 8:34:40 PM SurroundedByPerverts
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** The Magnamen were able to steal the Transmooker device from the president after all the adults were drugged. If it's such a highly dangerous device that was on his desk initially, why did he just have it in his jacket pocket? The last the device was seen, it was being carried away by helicopter, so you'd expect them to put it somewhere more secure, especially since it just got stolen.

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** The Magnamen were able to steal the Transmooker device from the president after all the adults were drugged. If it's such a highly dangerous device that was on his desk initially, why did he just have it in his jacket pocket? The last time the device was seen, it was being carried away by helicopter, so you'd expect them to put it somewhere more secure, especially since it just got stolen.


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** [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Someone should fire the architect who designed the office of the head of the OSS]]. There is [[NoOSHACompliance no way that room is safe at all]]. For one, there is no floor. There's just a regular desk on an elevated platform with very little walking room, and the only way to get across the deep abyss it stands in the middle of is to walk on very small floating platforms that fly over to beneath your foot just before you would take a step and fall to your death.
25th May '16 8:25:03 PM SurroundedByPerverts
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** The president announces the new head of the OSS during his speech at the party. The screen he reads off of starts saying, "Gregorio Cortez", but then changes to "Donnagon Giggles". They way it happens makes it blatantly clear that his cue card screen was hacked, not experiencing a typo or malfunction, yet he never questions it.

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** The president announces the new head of the OSS during his speech at the party. The screen he reads off of starts saying, "Gregorio Cortez", but then changes to "Donnagon Giggles". They way it happens makes it blatantly clear that his cue card screen was hacked, not experiencing a typo or malfunction, yet he never questions it. For that matter, the president is clearly about to say, "Gregorio Cortez" before his screen changes, yet no one at the party is suspicious of the obvious sabotage going on. Also, the president's announcement alone probably shouldn't be the deciding factor for who becomes head of the OSS, and the decision was probably already made before his announcement at the party. Shouldn't someone be investigating why his speech was changed instead of automatically instating Donnagon as the head?
** When Donnagon is making is speech, he promotes Gary and Gerti to level one agents. Is no one going to call him out on the blatant {{Nepotism}}?



** Juni gets fired from the OSS entirely because Gary Giggles accused him. Did no one seriously consider getting Juni's testimony on those events?
*** For that matter, no one questions how Juni got reinstated so quickly.

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** The Magnamen were able to steal the Transmooker device from the president after all the adults were drugged. If it's such a highly dangerous device that was on his desk initially, why did he just have it in his jacket pocket? The last the device was seen, it was being carried away by helicopter, so you'd expect them to put it somewhere more secure, especially since it just got stolen.
** Juni gets fired from the OSS entirely because Gary Giggles accused him. Did no one seriously consider getting Juni's testimony on those events?
events? Or the testimony of the other spy kids who were there?
*** For that matter, no one seriously questions how Juni got reinstated so quickly.


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** By the time they actually reach the island, you would think Carmen would've figured out by that point that electronic technology doesn't operate in that area, based on her experiences in the [=DragonSpy=] vessel and the amount of time she's had to think about it. Yet she still expects her spy gadgetry to make an automatic campsite on the beach.
** Romero's growth serum falling into his "Romero's Zoo Two" is the reason for why the island is full of gigantic MixAndMatchCritters. The flashback depicting this event shows a stunning lack of caution in his initial use of the serum.
25th May '16 8:06:20 PM SurroundedByPerverts
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* IdiotPlot: ''Spy Kids 2'' has a plot that is largely driven by every character being stupid.
** The president announces the new head of the OSS during his speech at the party. The screen he reads off of starts saying, "Gregorio Cortez", but then changes to "Donnagon Giggles". They way it happens makes it blatantly clear that his cue card screen was hacked, not experiencing a typo or malfunction, yet he never questions it.
** At the party, all of the wine glasses have been drugged, and all the adults are rendered unconscious when they all have a toast. Apparently, the villains never considered that someone might drink from their glass before the big toast, which would've exposed them if it happened.
** Juni gets fired from the OSS entirely because Gary Giggles accused him. Did no one seriously consider getting Juni's testimony on those events?
*** For that matter, no one questions how Juni got reinstated so quickly.
** Carmen and Juni are able to learn about the Ukata assignment by having R.A.L.P.H. spy on Gary and Gerti as their father is briefing them on the mission. The reason R.A.L.P.H. was able to spy on them was because Juni apparently left it on his desk, which he knew was going to be cleaned out. You'd think he'd take a valuable piece of technology (and companion) with him when he left.
** Felix gives Carmen and Juni the Ukata assignment, which he should know is a level one agent mission. Why does he not question why level two agents are getting this mission?
** The Giggles siblings are put on a vessel to the Gobi Desert. Apparently, they relied solely on autopilot and never noticed that they were going somewhere far away from the location that their father told them to go to.
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