History YMMV / TheMrMenShow

26th May '18 2:18:46 PM cartoonfan945
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* AuthorsSavingThrow:
** The writers for both Mr. Strong and Miss Sunshine's comics added Miss Calamity after the fan reactions that she was removed in the show.
** Mr. Tall was given more screentime in Miss Daredevil's comic since he was hardly used in the show.



* SeasonalRot: The second season is considered weaker than the first for several reasons:

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* SeasonalRot: SecondSeasonDownfall: The second season is considered weaker than the first for several reasons:
24th May '18 7:31:54 PM KagSwirby
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* PeripheryDemographic: The show is viewed by teens and adults, either because they're fans of the books or grew up withe show when they're younger, or just because they spotted the show when it aired on Cartoon Network or Milkshake.

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* PeripheryDemographic: The show is viewed by teens and adults, adults either because they're fans of the books or grew up withe with the show when they're younger, they were younger or just because they spotted the show when it aired on Cartoon Network or Milkshake.
11th Mar '18 4:42:17 PM cartoonfan945
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* ActingforTwo: Miss Bossy sounded similar to Angelica Pickles from Rugrats. It's due to the fact that Cheryl Chase voiced BOTH of those characters and they have a same personality and attitude.
8th Mar '18 6:42:58 PM SwaggiePinkie369
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: There are some weird goofs that some characters shouldn't be in. There's even some rules that some characters break for no darn reason (For example: In the episode, "Cinema": Little Miss Whoops ate a Dillydog which she should be serving it to customers in Mr. Happy's advertiser which is a big no no).
8th Mar '18 6:34:05 PM SwaggiePinkie369
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* Acting for Two: Miss Bossy sounded similar to Angelica Pickles from Rugrats. It's due to the fact that Cheryl Chase voiced BOTH of those characters and they have a same personality and attitude.

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* Acting for Two: ActingforTwo: Miss Bossy sounded similar to Angelica Pickles from Rugrats. It's due to the fact that Cheryl Chase voiced BOTH of those characters and they have a same personality and attitude.
8th Mar '18 6:33:49 PM SwaggiePinkie369
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* Acting for Two: Miss Bossy sounded similar to Angelica Pickles from Rugrats. It's due to the fact that Cheryl Chase voiced BOTH of those characters and they have a same personality and attitude.
12th Feb '18 1:16:05 PM cartoonfan945
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* ToyShip: Despite the series aimed for young children, at one point, it seems, during Season 2, that the writers and animators were teasing of hints of Mr. Grumpy with Miss Chatterbox for some odd reason.
11th Dec '17 10:30:38 AM PowerfulLewpster
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* CultClassic: The show still has a sizeable fandom almost a decade after it completed its run.
22nd Nov '17 4:53:17 PM cartoonfan945
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* DarknessInducedAudienceApathy: The show can be seen as this to some, as many of the characters who are oblivious (or downright jerks) harm others who might have not deserve this (Mr. Bump suffering the most during the second season)



* EnsembleDarkhorse: There are quite a few fans who admit that they enjoy both Mr. Stubborn and Miss Daredevil.

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: EnsembleDarkhorse:
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There are quite a few fans who admit that they enjoy both Mr. Stubborn and Miss Daredevil.Daredevil.
** Miss Calamity, despite her only appearing in the show's initial first season is loved by many.
** Even the second season characters have a bit of love by fans afterwards.



* PeripheryDemographic: The show is viewed by teens and adults, either because they're fans of the books or grew up withe show when they're younger, or just because they spotted the show when it aired on Cartoon Network or Milkshake.



* ValuesDissonance: The show portraying some of the male characters suffering abuse while the women who are oblivious (or just don't care) don't get consequences can be seen as a negative light. This is even worse after Season 2 when Miss Calamity, one of the few female characters who knows her actions gets booted off and most of her traits absorbed to Mr. Bump, making fans to sympathize the latter for all the crap he dealt with in the season. Despite the show playing this for laughs, this would not fly by with recent events where men are treated badly as reserve discrimination.
** This ended being a LaserGuidedKarma to Chorion for the changes, which they filed for bankruptcy after the show ended.



* ValuesDissonance: The show portraying some of the male characters suffering abuse while the women who are oblivious (or just don't care) don't get consequences can be seen as a negative light. This is even worse after Season 2 when Miss Calamity, one of the few female characters who knows her actions gets booted off and most of her traits absorbed to Mr. Bump, making fans to sympathize the latter for all the crap he dealt with in the season.
** This ended being a LaserGuidedKarma to Chorion for the changes, which they filed for bankruptcy after the show ended.
22nd Nov '17 4:40:26 PM cartoonfan945
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* ValuesDissonance: The show portraying some of the male characters suffering abuse while the women who are oblivious (or just don't care) don't get consequences can be seen as a negative light. This is even worse after Season 2 when Miss Calamity, one of the few female characters who knows her actions gets booted off and most of her traits absorbed to Mr. Bump, making fans to sympathize the latter for all the crap he dealt with in the season.
** This ended being a LaserGuidedKarma to Chorion for the changes, which they filed for bankruptcy after the show ended.
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