History YMMV / TheEmperorsNewSchool

18th Feb '17 5:34:00 AM TMNTFanGirl
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* SeasonalRot: The 2007-2008 second Season in comparison to the 2006 first season. Season 1 was very straightforward, with a standard 21 episodes that formed an almost equal mix of two-part episodes and episodes with two stories (9 and 12, respectably). Season 2 was 31 episodes long, and all but a handful of them were episodes containing stories---among the exceptions being the holiday specials and series finale---suggesting the writers couldn't come up with a story to last 22 minutes.
* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: The series reused so many jokes from the movie so many times that they became more annoying than funny.

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* SeasonalRot: The 2007-2008 second Season in comparison to the 2006 first season. Season 1 was very straightforward, with a standard 21 episodes that formed an almost equal mix of two-part episodes and episodes with two stories (9 and 12, respectably). Season 2 was 31 episodes long, and all but a handful of them were episodes containing stories---among stories--among the exceptions being the holiday specials and series finale---suggesting finale--suggesting the writers couldn't come up with a story to last 22 minutes.
* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: The series reused so many jokes from the originally movie so many times that they became that, to a certain extent at least, the jokes ended up becoming more annoying than funny.
8th Feb '17 5:52:00 PM 64SuperNintendo
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** Vacation Time. Vacaton Time. So much fun.

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** Vacation Time. Vacaton Vacation Time. So much fun.
25th Jan '17 11:21:43 PM creader
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* CharacterExaggeration: Kuzco's intelligence, big time. In the movie, he's sheltered and spoiled, but savvy enough to know that Yzma is trying to do his job behind his back and that she has a secret lab, in addition to being manipulative enough to play Pacha for a sap twice. In the series, he's often BookDumb or a straight-up IdiotHero.



21st Dec '16 5:28:21 PM QueenSaeryen
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* CryForTheDevil: Yzma has it pretty rough in some episodes.
** In "The Emperor's New School Spirit," she recounts how her high school classmates made fun of her, calling her "pigeon-legs." At her high school reunion, they [[spoiler: [[KickTheDog cover her with honey and bird feathers and continue to taunt her]]]]. With [[spoiler:Kuzco]]'s help, she [[spoiler: gets back at them by [[TheDogBitesBack turning them into pigeons]]]].
** In "Take My Advice," Yzma is fired at the very beginning and has to find a new job. [[spoiler:She makes a living as the "Dinosaur Lady."]]
6th Jan '16 5:51:50 AM MagBas
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* CanonSue: Malina in the first few episodes. Later on, [[DependingOnTheWriter more episodes tended to give her faults.]]
9th Aug '15 3:38:43 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* ClicheStorm: Firmly cemented by the almost exclusive reliance on gags and plots from the original movie.
18th Jun '14 10:13:29 PM firstsight
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* SeasonalRot: The 2007-2008 second Season in comparison to the 2006 first season. Season 1 was very straightforward, with a standard 21 episodes that formed an almost equal mix of two-part episodes and episodes with two stories (9 and 12, respectably). Season 2 was 31 episodes long, and all but a handful of them were episodes containing stories---among the exceptions being the holiday specials and series finale---suggesting the writers couldn't come up with a story to last 22 minutes.
1st Jan '14 12:52:06 PM TorchicBlaziken
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* The theme song in general.

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* ** The theme song in general.
26th Dec '13 11:53:18 AM Retro7
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* The theme song in general.
26th May '13 3:05:33 AM WT
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* CharacterExaggeration: Kuzco's intelligence, big time. In the movie, he's sheltered and spoiled, but savvy enough to know that Yzma is trying to do his job behind his back and that she has a secret lab, in addition to being manipulative enough to play Pacha for a sap twice. In the series, he's often BookDumb or a straight-up IdiotHero.



* Flanderization: Kuzco's intelligence, big time. In the movie, he's sheltered and spoiled, but savvy enough to know that Yzma is trying to do his job behind his back and that she has a secret lab, in addition to being manipulative enough to play Pacha for a sap twice. In the series, he's often BookDumb or a straight-up IdiotHero.
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