History YMMV / Wishbone

1st Feb '16 6:50:18 PM nombretomado
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* {{Squick}}: Many episodes, such as ''ATaleOfTwoCities'' and ''PrideAndPrejudice'' featured the titular canine playing a heroic lead together with a human, female love interest. This lead to many, many scenes of attractive young actresses behaving in a romantic and cuddly manner to [[WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy a freakin' dog]]!
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* {{Squick}}: Many episodes, such as ''ATaleOfTwoCities'' ''Literature/ATaleOfTwoCities'' and ''PrideAndPrejudice'' ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice'' featured the titular canine playing a heroic lead together with a human, female love interest. This lead to many, many scenes of attractive young actresses behaving in a romantic and cuddly manner to [[WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy a freakin' dog]]!
28th Mar '15 9:14:34 PM nombretomado
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* {{Squick}}: Many episodes, such as ''ATaleOfTwoCities'' and ''PrideAndPrejudice'' featured the titular canine playing a heroic lead together with a human, female love interest. This lead to many, many scenes of attractive young actresses behaving in a romantic and cuddly manner to [[FamilyGuy a freakin' dog]]!
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* {{Squick}}: Many episodes, such as ''ATaleOfTwoCities'' and ''PrideAndPrejudice'' featured the titular canine playing a heroic lead together with a human, female love interest. This lead to many, many scenes of attractive young actresses behaving in a romantic and cuddly manner to [[FamilyGuy [[WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy a freakin' dog]]!
8th Oct '14 7:23:24 PM Random888
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* GeniusBonus: The contrast between military captain Miles Standish and his intellectual best friend John Alden is a big point in ''The Courtship of Miles Standish''. The episode doesn't really go into that but their counterparts are the modern teenage equivalents: Joe the basketball star and David the science whiz.
7th Oct '14 9:10:18 PM HeroGal2347
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Transferred to new Tear Jerker page.
* TearJerker: ** Frankenstein (given that they follow the theme of the book, it's pretty hard not to be one). ** The scene in Dances with Dogs as Joe remembers his father pushing him on the tire swing is a bit heart wrenching. ** The end of the ''Tale Of Two Cities'' episode. They keep the "it is a far, far better thing that I do, than I have ever done" line and the guy playing Sydney Carton is actually a pretty good actor. Just try not to think too hard about how he expects no one to notice that a dog has been replaced by a human man. ** Joan of Arc saying goodbye to her friend before her execution.
7th Oct '14 9:09:16 PM HeroGal2347
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Transferred to separate page.
* NightmareFuel : The Morlocks in ''TheTimeMachine'' episode. ** They did a version of ''{{Faust}}''. *** Or their version of ''Literature/ThePhantomOfTheOpera'', or ''Literature/TheLegendOfSleepyHollow'', or ''Literature/{{Frankenstein}}'', or Crazy Joe in ''TomSawyer'', or... ** The mystery chapter books do it too. One features David disappearing without a trace for at least a day and another features the story's villain trying to run him over for trying to clear his own name. [[DesignatedVictim Why is it always David?]]
7th Oct '14 9:07:20 PM HeroGal2347
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Genius Bonus is not YMMV.
* GeniusBonus: The contrast between military captain Miles Standish and his intellectual best friend John Alden is a big point in ''The Courtship of Miles Standish''. The episode doesn't really go into that but their counterparts are the modern teenage equivalents: Joe the basketball star and David the science whiz.
7th Oct '14 9:06:32 PM HeroGal2347
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Adult Fear is not a YMMV trope.
* AdultFear: Let's see. There's the confrontation with that grave digger, the time the main trio got locked in that condemned barn, the incident with the new kid falling in with a local thief and nearly dragging Joe along for the ride, the incidents involving David in the mystery books mentioned below under NightmareFuel...Wow; even in the 90s, [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids PBS was kinda scary]].
30th May '14 11:58:17 PM Waterlily
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* GeniusBonus: The contrast between military captain Miles Standish and his intellectual best friend John Alden is a big point in ''The Courtship of Miles Standish''. The parallel story doesn't really go into that but their counterparts are the modern teenage equivalents: Joe the basketball star and David the science whiz.
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* GeniusBonus: The contrast between military captain Miles Standish and his intellectual best friend John Alden is a big point in ''The Courtship of Miles Standish''. The parallel story episode doesn't really go into that but their counterparts are the modern teenage equivalents: Joe the basketball star and David the science whiz.
17th Mar '14 5:32:01 PM TVRulezAgain
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Please present all Complete Monster candidates in this thread.
* CompleteMonster: Many fans find the salesman who tried to get Joe to trade Wishbone (his beloved pet and the last gift Joe received from his [[DisappearedDad deceased father]]) for his [[LotusEaterMachine "Wish-a-Matic"]] to be this. It didn't help that the guy followed Joe home to try to pressure him.

** Not to mention that they did a version of ''{{Faust}}''.
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** Not to mention that they They did a version of ''{{Faust}}''.
15th Mar '14 5:09:35 PM ladyofthelibrary
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* AdultFear: Let's see. There's the confrontation with that grave digger, the time the main trio got locked in that condemned barn, the incident with the new kid falling in with a local thief and nearly dragging Joe along for the ride, the incidents involving David in the mystery books mentioned below under NightmareFuel...Wow; even in the 90s, [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids PBS was kinda scary]].
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