History YMMV / YoungIndianaJones

11th Apr '18 12:02:36 PM TheSaddleman
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* BreakoutCharacter: The older Flanery Indy proved to be much more popular than the younger Carrier Indy, to the point where most people know only his era of the series.
2nd Mar '18 7:03:50 PM StarformDCX
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* GrowingTheBeard: The Sean Patrick Flanery episodes are able to be have more varied plots, greater stakes, and more character development than the Corey Carrier episodes. The Carrier era is also repetitive, since its plots largely revolve around Indy running off and having mild conflicts with his dad.
3rd Feb '18 9:02:09 AM Saveelich
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Episodes featured then unknown actors Elizabeth Hurley as Young Indy's British suffragette girlfriend, Creator/CatherineZetaJones, future Film/JamesBond and Felix Leiter Creator/DanielCraig and Creator/JeffreyWright (in different episodes), Jane Krakowski, Anne Heche, Douglas Henshall from Series/{{Primeval}} and Clark Gregg (aka Agent Phil Coulson in the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse). Even Young Indy himself, as most know Sean Patrick Flanery from ''Film/TheBoondockSaints'' nowadays.

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* RetroactiveRecognition: Episodes featured then unknown actors Elizabeth Hurley as Young Indy's British suffragette girlfriend, Creator/CatherineZetaJones, future Film/JamesBond and Felix Leiter Creator/DanielCraig and Creator/JeffreyWright (in different episodes), Jane Krakowski, Anne Heche, Douglas Henshall from Series/{{Primeval}} and Clark Gregg Creator/ClarkGregg (aka Agent Phil Coulson in the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse). Even Young Indy himself, as most know Sean Patrick Flanery from ''Film/TheBoondockSaints'' nowadays.
3rd Feb '18 9:01:52 AM Saveelich
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Episodes featured then unknown actors Elizabeth Hurley as Young Indy's British suffragette girlfriend, Catherine Zeta-Jones, future Film/JamesBond and Felix Leiter Creator/DanielCraig and Jeffrey Wright (in different episodes), Jane Krakowski, Anne Heche, [[Series/{{Primeval}} Douglas Henshall]], Clark Gregg. Even Young Indy himself, as most know Sean Patrick Flanery from Film/TheBoondockSaints nowadays.
* SpecialEffectFailure: Oh, so much. Granted, it was made in the early 90s, but still...

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* RetroactiveRecognition: Episodes featured then unknown actors Elizabeth Hurley as Young Indy's British suffragette girlfriend, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Creator/CatherineZetaJones, future Film/JamesBond and Felix Leiter Creator/DanielCraig and Jeffrey Wright Creator/JeffreyWright (in different episodes), Jane Krakowski, Anne Heche, [[Series/{{Primeval}} Douglas Henshall]], Henshall from Series/{{Primeval}} and Clark Gregg. Gregg (aka Agent Phil Coulson in the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse). Even Young Indy himself, as most know Sean Patrick Flanery from Film/TheBoondockSaints ''Film/TheBoondockSaints'' nowadays.
* SpecialEffectFailure: Oh, so much. Granted, it was made in the early 90s, but still...still...
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2nd Feb '17 2:33:06 PM AHI-3000
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* HeartwarmingMoments: The re-cut first episode opens with baby Indy being handed to his parents, presumably for the first time. This becomes even more sweet when you remember [[Film/IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade how much Indy thought his dad didn't care about him in his adulthood]], and then you see Henry Sr.'s smiling face looking down at his newborn son. D'awwwwwww.



* SpecialEffectFailure: Oh, so much. Granted, it was made in the early 90s, but still...
* {{Tearjerker}}: Several, mostly around Indy's mother.
** Combines with HarsherInHindsight in the China episode. The last time we chronologically see Indy's mother, she's tearfully caring for little Indy as he's afflicted with a bad fever that almost kills him. Dang.
** In "Petrograd, July 1917", Indy befriended a group of young Bolshevik students who decide to join the Russian Revolution. He was unable to stop them from marching into an ambush. One of them died from gunshot wound.

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* SpecialEffectFailure: Oh, so much. Granted, it was made in the early 90s, but still...
* {{Tearjerker}}: Several, mostly around Indy's mother.
** Combines with HarsherInHindsight in the China episode. The last time we chronologically see Indy's mother, she's tearfully caring for little Indy as he's afflicted with a bad fever that almost kills him. Dang.
** In "Petrograd, July 1917", Indy befriended a group of young Bolshevik students who decide to join the Russian Revolution. He was unable to stop them from marching into an ambush. One of them died from gunshot wound.
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21st Jan '17 8:50:11 AM CrowTR0bot
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* HilariousInHindsight: One episode involves Indy hunting down something known as [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI The Phantom Train]].
17th Dec '16 4:55:38 AM DeadlyAssassin
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Episodes featured then unknown actors Elizabeth Hurley as Young Indy's British suffragette girlfriend, Catherine Zeta-Jones, future Film/JamesBond and Felix Leiter Creator/DanielCraig and Jeffrey Wright (in different episodes), Jane Krakowski, Anne Heche, [[Series/{{Primeval}} Douglas Henshall]], Clark Gregg. Even Young Indy himself, as most know Sean Patrick Flanery from Film/TheBoondockSaints nowadays.
14th Oct '16 9:10:10 AM elvesinspace
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* HeartwarmingMoments: The re-cut first episode opens with baby Indy being handed to his parents, presumably for the first time. This becomes even more sweet when you remember [[Film/IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade how much Indy thought his dad didn't care about him in his adulthood]], and then you see Henry Sr.'s smiling face looking down at his newborn son. D'awwwwwww.
15th Feb '16 11:50:03 PM TitoMosquito
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* BizarroEpisode: "Transylvania, January 1918". It comes out of nowhere and even years later still makes no freakin' sense. (In the original, never aired cut, the Transylvania episode was told as a ghost story by the old Indy to some children in Halloween. So there was the possibility that it was completely made up. But then the new cut had to screw it completely...) It does, however, feel closer in tone to the movies which often have supernatural shenanigans and goings on

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* BizarroEpisode: "Transylvania, January 1918". It comes out of nowhere and even years later still makes no freakin' sense. (In the original, never aired cut, the Transylvania episode was told as a ghost story by the old Indy to some children in Halloween. So there was the possibility that it was completely made up. But then the new cut had to screw it completely...) It does, however, feel closer in tone to the movies which often have supernatural shenanigans and goings onon.
13th Jan '16 2:18:00 AM TitoMosquito
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** Combines with HarsherInHindsight in the China episode. The last time we chronologically see Indy's mother, she's tearfully caring for little Indy as he's afflicted with a bad fever that almost kills him. Dang.

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** Combines with HarsherInHindsight in the China episode. The last time we chronologically see Indy's mother, she's tearfully caring for little Indy as he's afflicted with a bad fever that almost kills him. Dang.Dang.
** In "Petrograd, July 1917", Indy befriended a group of young Bolshevik students who decide to join the Russian Revolution. He was unable to stop them from marching into an ambush. One of them died from gunshot wound.
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