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[[caption-width-right:300:[[MultinationalTeam Tucker, Claire, Jackson, Ilsa, and Pierre]] fight Nazis as Danger 5!]]

-> ''"Hitler's days are numbered, because Danger 5 are on the case."''
-->-- '''The Colonel''', ''Danger 5'' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Z09bNgSeMI trailer]].

Ever imagined what would have happened if an [[MultinationalTeam international team]] of [[SpyFiction secret agents]] had fought [[AnachronismStew Hitler in the 1960s]]? If not, that's no surprise, but David Ashby and Dario Russo somehow dreamed up this eccentric premise and went crazy with it.

Developed by the creators of ''ItalianSpiderman'', ''Danger 5'' is an oddly compelling action/comedy set in a bizarre, AlternateUniverse [[{{Retraux}} based on '60s and pulp fiction cliches]]. It features the Danger 5 team directly assigned to thwart Hitler's diabolical plans, which involve anything and everything from [[WidgetSeries Japanese robots to Nazi-controlled dinosaurs]].

''Danger 5'' began with a short series of prequel {{Webisode}}s available [[http://www.youtube.com/user/dinosaurworldwide?feature=watch here]], followed by a full television series broadcast on its parent network Creator/{{SBS}}. The TV show can be viewed online [[http://www.sbs.com.au/danger5/index.html in Australia]], [[http://www.hulu.com/danger-5 as well as on Hulu]]. It's also internationally available as a DVD boxset. If you like shows that are uniquely, weirdly, raucously fun, this is worth a look.

Season 2 covers the team fighting Hitler in the '80s. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVBPGN3g14c At Christmas.]]
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!Tropes in the show include:

* AchillesHeel: The otherwise invincible Carbonado-enhanced soldiers are vulnerable to [[spoiler:diamond bullets]].
* AffectionateParody: Season 1 parodies '60s cinema and TV, pulp fiction, and also, in one instance, old Japanese sci-fi. In Season 2, the target is '80s cinema and TV.
* AirVentPassageway: "My God. There's Nazis in the walls!" This being in a secure bank vault.
* AlternateHistory: WorldWarTwo in TheSixties.
* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: In Episode 4 of the miniseries, Goring shows off several women enhanced in a similar fashion to Hitler's Carbonado bodyguards, but using different gemstones. [[spoiler:None of them are ''quite'' as bulletproof]].
* AmazonBrigade: Hitler's BodyguardBabes, and the French Resistance in "I Danced for Hitler".
* AnachronismStew: WWII in the '60s with dinosaurs and mechanically enhanced soldiers.
* ArmourPiercingSlap
-->'''Goebbels:''' Women don't talk!
* ATeamFiring: In the ActionPrologue of episode one, the main protagonists and antagonists fire directly at each other to no effect [[spoiler:other than killing every single random mook/bystander by accident.]]
* AteHisGun: A RunningGag in "I Danced for Hitler".
* {{Atlantis}}: In "Final Victory"
* BadGuyBar: In the first episode, the Black Dog, where Hitler and the Nazis chill out.
* BadHabits: Hitler's BodyguardBabes dress as nuns and priests to rob the World Bank in "The Diamond Girls".
-->"Ve vould just like to deposit this week's collection."
* BeastAndBeauty: Mengele is about to shoot Claire, when his dinosaur-headed servant stops him. "I love her!"
* BettyAndVeronica: Virginal IceQueen Claire and hard-drinking {{Sensual Slav|s}} Ilsa. There doesn't seem to be an Archie, however; in fact, not a single character has shown attraction to ''both'' of them.
-->'''Claire:''' I'm sorry, Ilsa. If I only had the nerve to sleep with Mengele he would never have put that [[MindControl thing in your head]].
-->'''Ilsa:''' [[ReallyGetsAround All you had to do was sleep with him?]] ''(tries to throttle Claire)''
* BigRedButton: Used to activate Stalin's DoomsdayDevice, and the {{Ejection Seat}}s on Danger 5's [[AnachronismStew prop-driven fighter planes]].
* BilingualBonus: Ilsa's dialog in particular contains a few gems, from bowdlerized subtitles to entirely untranslated cursing.
* BilingualDialogue: Ilsa only speaks in subtitled Russian, the rest of the Danger 5 team speaks English, Hitler and various goons speak German, and everyone understands each other perfectly.
** All in all, the series contains correct English, German, Russian, Italian, French, Japanese, and Cantonese. This is a result of being from Australia's premier multilingual channel, which prides itself on its linguistic diversity.
* BlackComedy: Particularly homicidal slapstick.
* BlingBlingBang: The EvilPlan in "Hitler's Golden Murder Palace" is to make golden submachine guns to make the German army invincible...somehow. Rommel takes this UpToEleven with his golden tank. All of them turn out to be AwesomeButImpractical.
* BonusMaterial: On the [[http://www.sbs.com.au/danger5/index.html SBS website]].
* BoozeFlamethrower: Faced with a fire-breathing lizardman, Ilsa takes a swig and squirts alcohol into its face, sending it up like a torch.
* BigBad: Hitler.
* BigGood: The Colonel. Given a twist in that he's a total jackass. Also, Massimiliano Importante, the President of the World.
* BigNo: Several; there's even a Big Goodbye in Italian when a carload of mooks goes off a cliff.
-->"Ciaoooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!"
* BigDamnKiss: Tucker/Claire and Ilsa/Jackson kiss in the final episode; subverted with the latter when [[MyGirlIsASlut Ilsa goes on to snog]] the President of the World.
* {{Brainwashed}}: Allied soldiers are being turned into Japanese robot-soldiers in "Kill-Men of the Rising Sun"
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: Ilsa in "Lizard Soldiers of the Third Reich"
-->'''Jackson:''' Get off me, you crazy tramp!
-->'''Ilsa:''' There was something in my head!
-->'''Jackson:''' You've always got something in your head!
* BritishStuffiness: Lampshaded when Claire enters a train compartment with a British Field Marshall, and he complains it's already stuffy enough as it is.
* ButterFace: The all-mighty Sheba is introduced via a slow pan up her sexy body...only to reveal she's a beastwoman!
* CallingYourAttacks: In the giant mecha combat.
* ChainsawGood: Hitler's mech's "Victory Chainsaw". It has a flamethrower, too!
* ChairReveal: Hitler in "Final Victory" - in a '60s [[CoolChair Ball Chair]], no less.
* ChekhovsVolcano: Mengele's Antarctic volcano base.
* ClicheStorm:[[invoked]] Part of the parody.
* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: Tucker is captured by Italian sailors and forced to drink [[NationalStereotypes endless cups of coffee]].
* CouldntFindALighter: Jackson loads a cigarette into his Colt automatic and fires it (fully lit) into Claire's mouth.
* CradlingYourKill: Inevitably used for Pierre's perfect-cocktail RunningGag, OnceAnEpisode.
* CutHisHeartOutWithASpoon: A band-playing monkey says when he hears the evil Nazis are going to stick music in concentration camps, "It's time to take this Mengele down from C minor to B diminished."
* DangerouslyCloseShave: Spoofed when an assassin tries to kill Ilsa with a electric shaver.
* DefeatEqualsExplosion / LaughingMad: A female Nazi agent laughs insanely after being thrown out a plane before exploding for no apparent reason.
* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: Numerous dialogue examples, e.g. German golden superweapons made of gold. Mengele's introduction is an excellent example:
--> "Professor Johann Filk of the International League of Sciencemongers. I am a scientist. A man of science. I've been practicing science on this plateau for nearly 10 years."
* DepravedHomosexual: Himmler and Heydrich.
* DinosaursAreDragons: The dinosaur Ilsa fights can breathe fire.
* DisguisedInDrag: Pierre in a corset and blond wig in "Fresh Meat for Hitler's Sex Kitchen". [[PaperThinDisguise Without covering up his moustache]], naturally.
* DistractedByTheSexy: Ilsa makes Jackson lose his staring contest with Tucker by [[GoingCommando taking off her panties]] and throwing them in his face. The fact that he can hear Ilsa crossing and uncrossing her long leather boots doesn't help.
* DoomsdayDevice: Stalin has one that will destroy the world if the Nazis conquer the USSR.
* {{Doppelganger}}: Danger 5 are cloned in "Final Victory"
* DressingAsTheEnemy: How Danger 5 attempt to kill Hitler in the first episode. Also, Tucker while infiltrating the Swiss brothel in a later episode, dresses as a Nazi captain.
* EasyAmnesia: How Ilsa explains to Rommel why his wife hasn't been in touch.
-->'''Rommel:''' You've had amnesia for two years?
-->'''Ilsa:''' Yes. After I was hit by the mortar in Stalingrad I wandered through Europe with a group of priests until a magician brought back my memories, then I came to find you.
* EurekaMoment: Any time Danger 5 suddenly realise they're amongst the enemy.
-->'''Tucker:''' I've only ever traveled on one other airline that had this many canine cop shows.
-->'''Jackson:''' Yeah? What was it?
-->'''Tucker:''' It was a...a...before the war, and a... My God! This is a German airline! ''(stewardesses stick MP-40 submachine guns in their faces)''
* EverybodyLaughsEnding: Including standard unconvincing 'spontaneous' laughter, or laughter at inappropriate moments like when someone has just died. One such moment even ends with Tucker adding a "'Cause he's dead!"
* EveryoneComesBackFantasyPartyEnding: In every episode, while the end credits roll, there's a party in the Danger 5 headquarters featuring the main cast and all the major characters from the episode (including Hitler!).
* EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs: Nazi-controlled dinosaurs.
* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: The de-evolved Nazi ape-men in the first episode, and the beatnik ape-men that Pierre befriends in Antarctica.
* EvilLaugh: Delivered by an evil Nazi hound!
* EvilMakeover: The sexually-transmitted Nazi virus turns people into [[BlondesAreEvil blonde-haired]], blue-eyed German-speaking Nazis.
* FailureIsTheOnlyOption: Hitler is ''always'' [[VillainExitStageLeft going to get away]].
* FantasyKitchenSink: Diamond women, robots, talking dogs, you name it, it's there.
* FingerGun: "Who needs a gun, when you've got... imagination?"
* FuroScene: Jackson, Ilsa and Claire make use of a hot spring.
* GladiatorGames: Mengele forces his prisoners to fight his mutants.
* GoodGuyBar: The tavern that LaResistance are operating out of. The Danger 5 HQ doubles as one, as well. In fact, one might also argue that anywhere Pierre goes automatically becomes this trope.
-->Drinks?
* {{Gorn}}: Mostly it's a pretty bloodless show, but when Mengele is torn apart by his dinosaur mutants, it spontaneously becomes very graphic.
* GreenEyedMonster: Ilsa is jealous because Hitler prefers Claire [[IHaveYouNowMyPretty be brought to his quarters]] instead of her. Jackson and Rommel fighting over Ilsa, too.
* GroinAttack: A villain who's trying to murder Claire finds that tucking a Colt .45 in your pants is a very bad idea.
** Hitler tests his golden [=MP40=] on a target with aiming circles on the head and groin. And at the end of the episode Ilsa expresses her annoyance over Jackson's jealousy by using her FemmeFatalons on his crotch.
* GunsAkimbo: Hitler with his golden submachine guns.
* GunsDoNotWorkThatWay: Like everything else, reality goes out the window like a fleeing Hitler.
* HairyHammerspace: Stalin's stache, which he uses to [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-e7z9X1YfGU bizarre if manly effect]]. The same gag is repeated with the President of the World's DodgyToupee in "Final Victory".
* HalfHumanHybrid: In "Lizard Soldiers of the Third Reich", Dr. Mengele produces half-human, half-dinosaur Nazi soldiers.
* HardDrinkingPartyGirl: Ilsa
-->(On the verge of being eaten by a T. rex) "And I always thought I'd die of alcohol poisoning."
* HomoeroticSubtext: The [=GIs=] in the opening of "Lizard Soldiers of the Third Reich".
-->"Remember, we love you. Like a lover." ''(leans in for an AlmostKiss, only to clonk their helmets together)''
* HoneyTrap: "Ilsa was married to Rommel!"
* HumongousMecha: The Danger Warrior.
* IHaveYouNowMyPretty: Happens often to the virginal Claire.
* IKnowYoureInThereSomewhereFight / CannotSpitItOut: Claire and Jackson are being strangled by brainwashed Tucker and Ilsa. Claire admits to Tucker that "we need you and...[[AnguishedDeclarationOfLove I can't go on without you!]]" This wakes up Tucker, who promptly knocks out Ilsa [[InterruptedDeclarationOfLove while Jackson is stumbling over his own]] LoveConfession. Afterwards, however, Claire refuses to admit to Tucker that she actually meant what she said.
* IllTakeTwoBeersToo: Jackson.
-->"I'll take Double [[BlandNameProduct Jim Bourbons]] on the rocks. ... No, ''two'' of them."
* ImmuneToBullets: The Carbonado-enhanced girls and the Japanese robo-soldiers.
-->"My God, they're weapon-proof."
* IndyPloy: "I've got a plan." "What is it?" ''"Improvise."''
* INeedAFreakingDrink / SmokingIsCool: As per the DeliberateValuesDissonance of the series.
* InexplicablyIdenticalIndividuals: The same actors are reused over and over again for different minor roles in different episodes.
* ItsAllMyFault: Tucker after Claire is apparently killed due to his water phobia.
* KnockoutGas
* LoveAtFirstPunch: Ilsa and Jackson try to kill each other on their first meeting.
* MakeMeWannaShout: Pierre kills his Nazi doppelganger with his BigNo after animated partner Kilroy gets shot.
* ManOnFire: Hitler shoots a gambler whose head bursts into flame for no apparent reason other than Hitler [[BlingBlingBang using a golden gun]].
* MilitaryMaverick: Jackson has some of these tendencies.
* MiniatureEffects: Used in every external shot so far. [[StylisticSuck Deliberately]] [[SpecialEffectsFailure unconvincing]], to keep with the series' theme.
* MissionBriefing: Given by an eagle-headed colonel.
-->"And as always, KILL HITLER!"
* TheMole: "Turns out this little mouse is actually a rat."
* MrExposition: Zeppelins start raining down gas on the Americans guarding the Statue of Liberty. Everyone starts choking except Jackson, who's calmly smoking a cigarette.
-->'''GI:''' ''(coughing)'' Say, are they those military-issue cigarettes, the kind that coat your lungs in a layer of thick menthol, making you impervious to gas?
-->'''[[TerseTalker Jackson:]]''' Yeah.
-->'''GI:''' Why didn't I get any? ''(dies)''
* MommasBoy: Tucker.
* MostDefinitelyNotAVillain / AmericanAccents: The German air hostess.
-->"Oh ma Gard, welcarm to Bahama Airlines! Would you very much care for an All-Amarican beverage?"
* MotherRussiaMakesYouStrong: "Russians don't have emotions."
** Ilsa being flogged by Nazi torturers. "This is nothing compared to Siberia."
* MultinationalTeam: Danger 5. Tucker from Australia, Claire from the UK, Jackson from the US, Ilsa from Russia, and Pierre from 'Europe'.
* MusicSoothesTheSavageBeast: Pierre wins over the monkey-men with his drum skills.
* MustHaveCaffeine: The Italian submariners need a crate of coffee beans parachuted in to them every hour.
* MyGirlIsASlut / BareYourMidriff: Ilsa
* MysteriousAntarctica has a [[JungleJapes jungle-filled]] crater with dinosaurs, likely a ShoutOut to ''The Land Unknown'' (1957).
* NationalStereotypes:
** Jackson: the rough-and-ready, patriotic maverick American ([[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ZQUCBOevNw as seen here]]).
** Pierre: the smooth-talking, urbane, womanising European (according to WordOfGod, his nationality is "Miscellaneous European").
** Ilsa: the hard-drinking Russian FemmeFatale.
** Claire: the sexually-repressed [[BritishStuffiness stuck-up Brit]].
** Tucker: The earnest and more than a little dorky Australian.
** The Italian submariners are only interested in coffee, women and song.
*** And in "The Diamond Girls" Danger 5 find themselves being chased by a carload of mooks.
-->'''Pierre:''' They're definitely Italians.
-->'''Claire:''' How can you tell?
-->'''Pierre:''' Well they're all immaculately dressed. And the driver keeps looking at his hair in the rear view mirror.
** The Swiss bleed ''money''.
* {{Nazisploitation}}: Parodied.
* NonSpecificallyForeign: Pierre is from 'Europe'.
* NonverbalMiscommunication: As she's being led away by Nazi soldiers:
-->'''Claire:''' [winking] [subtitle: Stay on mission. We can handle ourselves.]
-->'''Tucker:''' [winking back] [subtitle: What?]
* NotQuiteDead: [[spoiler:Danger 5 finally kill Hitler in the last episode, only to find they've killed his clone and the real Hitler is piloting a giant robot. They destroy the robot and are given the Key to the World, only for Hitler to turn up again in TheStinger.]]
* NowOrNeverKiss: Ilsa and Tucker share a drink and an AlmostKiss as they're about to be eaten by the T. rex.
* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: "Lizard Soldiers of the Third Reich" has music-crazed electric-guitarist gunslinger prehistoric primates. And mind-controlled Nazi dinosaur-men.
* NudeColoredClothes: Ilsa doing the ''BasicInstinct'' thing during the staring contest. A closeup means it qualifies a SpecialEffectsFailure.
* OneWorldOrder: Outside of Nazi Germany, it seems as if the Free World has largely united under a World President, though individual countries are still mentioned.
* PantsPositiveSafety: General Chang tries to murder Claire, only to find that [[GroinAttack keeping a Colt .45 shoved down the front of your pants is a very bad idea]].
* PortraitPaintingPeephole
* ProductPromotionParade
* PsychicLink: Shown in squick-inducing detail with the Shaman woman's link with Tucker -- a tentacle shoots into his forehead, his eyes roll up and white fluid spurts from his mouth.
* PsychicNosebleed: Tucker upon hearing improvisational music, and Jackson during a staring match with Tucker.
* PsychicPowers:
** Ilsa has the psychic power to calm monkeys and open locked elevators by swaying sexily and humming the ''Tetris'' theme.
** Pierre's psychomixology:
--> '''Pierre''': Tucker. How is that Vodka Marconi, my friend?
--> '''Tucker''': Satisfactory.
--> '''Pierre''': ''(concentrates and stares at the cocktail, which begins to bubble)''
--> '''Pierre''': How about now?
--> '''Tucker''': ''Above'' satisfactory!
* PulpMagazine: Goes so far as to spoof this on its [[BonusMaterial website]], where the pulpy pastiche articles are treated as factual news stories on the ''Danger 5'' 'verse.
* ReachingBetweenTheLines: Ilsa shoots someone over the phone.
* {{Retraux}}: Core part of the show's appeal.
* RemonstratingWithAGun: The eagle-headed colonel's Sit Down Gun. Naturally he makes a point of pointing it at Claire.
* RogerRabbitEffect: Kilroy in "Final Victory"
* RoomDisservice: "Red wine with chicken?"
* RuleOfCool: Drives the plot.
* RunningGag:
** Dying characters passing on to Pierre the recipe for "the perfect ".
** The fake advertisements at the end.
** The eagle-headed colonel picking on Claire in every briefing.
--> '''Claire''': That's a Tyrannosaurus rex!
--> '''Colonel''': No, Claire, that's a ''Tyrannosaurus rex''. Try thinking first before you open your mouth.
** Hitler jumping out the window. The same window.
* SatireParodyPastiche: Mainly the latter two.
* ScarpiaUltimatum: MadScientist Mengele gives Claire the choice of sleeping with him or seeing her friends thrown to the mutants. A pair of lab coats hung up behind give Mengele the [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic appearance of horns]].
* SceneryCensor: A pterodactyl is doing [[BlackComedyRape something nasty]] to a ScreamingWoman behind a strategically-placed flower vase.
* SeriesGoal:
-->''KILL HITLER!''
* SexyBacklessOutfit: Ilsa in Rommel's casino.
* ShapedLikeItself
-->'''Mengele:''' I am a scientist -- a man of science.
-->'''Chang:''' You always were a joking man, Glenn. A man of jokes.
* ShirtlessScene: Tucker running around Antarctica with his shirt off. And when they get to Switzerland and he has to impersonate a Nazi officer, his shirt gets ripped open pretty quickly.
* ShowSomeLeg / SmokingHotSex: Ilsa has to stop Goebbels from entering the room where Danger 5 waits. A cut later and a stunned Goebbels does up his fly and staggers off while Ilsa gets up off her knees and calmly lights up a ciggie.
* ShoutOut: The eagle-headed colonel's jacket is a dead ringer for the ones worn on ''[[Series/ThePrisoner The Prisoner]]''.
** The Toku parody - you can even hear a sound effect from [[GodzillaVsMegalon Jet Jaguar]]!
* SigilSpam: The Nazis put swastikas ''everywhere''.
-->It's not plugged in. ''(sees the socket pins on the power cord are shaped like a swastika)'' My God! It's a German plug!
* SlippingAMickey: Claire tries to do this to Mengele; unfortunately he recognises it from taste immediately.
* SmokingIsCool: As per the period (a statement in the credits declares the show is [[DecadeDissonance not trying to advocate smoking]]).
* SpecialEffectsFailure (InUniverse): Visible wires, obvious models, incomplete makeup, PeopleInRubberSuits.
* SpotTheImposter
* SpyDrama: Part of the premise.
* StuffBlowingUp: With gusto.
* SuperWindowJump: Hitler, involving the [[StockFootage same footage every time]].
* SuspiciouslySmallArmy
-->"Field Marshall Jenkin's entire platoon has gone Nazi."
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Ilsa's CustomUniformOfSexy. And most other female characters.
* StupidJetpackHitler: Practically part of the premise.
* SurrealHumor: Why are there people with eagle-heads in this series? Or talking dogs?
** "Do you ''WANT'' me to use the Sit Down Gun??"
* TakingTheBullet: Pierre falls in love with his GirlOfTheWeek in "Fresh Meat for Hitler's Sex Kitchen", only for her to die throwing herself in front of bullets fired by a brainwashed Ilsa.
* TapOnTheHead: Spoofed with Tucker setting an [[SuperWristGadget egg timer on his wrist]] for one hour, then karate chopping a mook, and calmly explaining that the mook will now be unconscious for an hour.
* {{Toku}}: Parodied (naturally) with the Japanese robot soldiers in "Kill-Men of the Rising Sun", and again in "The Final Victory".
* TheVirus: Sexually transmitted Nazism. The only cure for which is [[spoiler:"impure" Swiss blood]]. Yes, really.
* ThoseWackyNazis: Wacky like you wouldn't believe.
* TurnedAgainstTheirMasters: Mengele's mutants attack him once the crystal is destroyed.
* TruceZone: The Bahamas, for some reason.
* {{Unobtainium}}: Carbonado. [[spoiler:The mineral that makes Hitler's female bodyguards bulletproof and his plan to make an army of them.]]
* UnresolvedSexualTension: Between Ilsa and Jackson. Also between Claire and Tucker, but she's saving herself for marriage and he's too clueless to recognise her romantic hints. And the latter one gets resolved in the first season finale.
* VillainExitStageLeft: Happens OnceAnEpisode with [[UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler Hitler]] escaping from Danger 5's ATeamFiring via a SuperWindowJump through [[StockFootage the same window every time]]. Our heroes then all look exasperated and never bother to chase him.
* {{Webisode}}s: Used only to start the show off.
* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: Pierre's generic Mediterranean accent. Could be done intentionally, as Pierre has been revealed to have undergone many different aliases over his lifetime.
* WhipItGood: Mind-controlled Ilsa.
* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Tucker is afraid of water.
* WilliamTelling: 'John Baccarat' (Jackson) while blindfolded shoots holes in cards [[VictoriasSecretCompartment held in a woman's cleavage]].
* WidgetSeries: WWII featuring an eagle-headed military officer. Need we say more?
* WouldHitAGirl: Jackson in "Fresh Meat for Hitler's Sex Kitchen".
-->Get your fascist mouth away from me!
-->You hit a woman!
-->I hit a '''Nazi!'''
** He also barely hesitates to backhand Ilsa [[spoiler: while she is under the control of a mind-control crystal]].
* WorldOfHam: A veritable [[HamToHamCombat World War of Ham]]!
* {{Yellowface}}: In "Kill-Men of the Rising Sun", all the Asian roles speaking roles are almost all played by recurring cast members in yellowface and speaking dubbed Japanese. This becomes LeaningOnTheFourthWall as the EvilPlan involves Allied soldiers being turned into Japanese {{Super Soldier}}s by Hirohito's machine. Pierre's love interest of the week is the only actual Asian person there.
* ZeppelinsFromAnotherWorld: Used to steal the Eiffel Tower.
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