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A [[RhythmGame rhythm game]] devoted to dancing duels against multi-colored screen-faced aliens or robots.

The first game has you play as spunky reporter Ulala as she tries to save the day from the Morolians while getting the big scoop, and dancing well enough to keep her ratings up and stave off being cancelled. Along the way she'll meet local dreamboat Jaguar and her Rival from Channel 42, Pudding. You'll take them on multiple times to win the scoop.

The second game has a new threat to the galaxy: Purge and his Rhythm Rogues! Even worse, Jaguar seems to have disappeared while searching for information about Purge! It's up to Ulala and her co-worker Noize to save Jaguar and stop Purge from forcing the Galaxy to dance for him! Along the way she'll meet Pine, a beautiful woman who is the head of the Space Police; President Peace, the President of the Galaxy who has the Power of Song; and Shadow, Purge's second in command and ground leader of the Robo.

There was a series of cell phone games also released in Japan known as [[http://www.sonicteam.com/chJ/index.html Ulala's Channel J.]] Most of them were minigames except for Purge's game, which took place after he was sent into space and gave him the title of AntiHero. The games have since been discontinued.

One of the most [[TheCameo cameo]]-able SEGA games, it is famous for its [[EarWorm infectious]] and memorable soundtrack, odd gameplay and even odder premise.

It's also known for its rather ''bright'' colours, making it look like a 60s psychadellic view of space. The first game even has a message which warns about epileptic seizures in one level.

The console games were originally developed for the ill-fated Sega {{Dreamcast}}, but were eventually ported to the {{Playstation 2}}. Part 2 is now available in high definition as part of the Dreamcast Collection, along with Dreamcast hits like ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'' and ''CrazyTaxi'', and can be downloaded on the {{Playstation Network}}, {{Xbox Live Arcade}} or {{Steam}}.

Space Channel 5 has also appeared in all 4 ''SegaSuperstars'' games so far, with Ulala being playable in all 4 games, and Pudding being playable in ''Tennis'' and ''Racing Transformed''. Ulala is also featured on the SEGA side amongst the cast of ''ProjectXZone''.

As per TheWikiRule, Space Channel 5 has its own wiki [[http://spacechannel5.wikia.com/wiki/Space_Channel_5_Wiki here.]]

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!!Both of Ulala's adventures contain examples of:
* AkiraIshida: He voices Purge in the Japanese version.
* AllIsWellThatEndsWell: The end of both games.
* AndYourRewardIsClothes: ''Part 2'' has various unlockable outfits for Ulala (though some "outfits" actually turn Ulala into other characters). You can also unlock different items to replace Ulala's microphone, including a lollipop, a frying pan, and a rose ([[ShipTease from Jaguar]]).
* AsHimself: MichaelJackson... Well, sorta, if Space Michael can be categorized here.
** Ulala's Japanese voice actor is credited as "herself." Her real name is unknown. (Although it is thought to be the model who does the coreography for her dancing in the games hence 'herself'.)
* BadassBoast: "I'm taking the Space Transmitter with me as a present!"
* BaldOfEvil: [[spoiler:Blank]] in the first game.
* BatmanCanBreatheInSpace: Ulala does this in the first game, but she wears a helmet in the 4th mission of the second game.
* BewareTheSillyOnes: Well let's see here, we have an evil genius who's ridiculous and [[CampStraight a bit too fabulous at times.]] Surely Purge can't be that too big of a threa- [[spoiler: HOLY CRAP, DID HE JUST KILL ULALA!?]]
* BigBad: [[spoiler: Blank]] in the first game and Purge in the sequel.
** TheDragon: Respectively, the Morolians or Evila and Shadow.
* BigNo: Ulala does this twice in under a minute after [[spoiler: Fuse is shot down by Purge]]
* BilingualDialogue: Space Micheal only speaks in English, even in the Japanese version.
* BlackCloak: Purge wears a black cloak with platform shoes. Somehow, he's able to run pretty fast with said cloak and platform shoes.
* BossSubtitles: All bosses, but when you get one that says [[OhCrap "Super-Duper Suit: Purge the Great",]] well... you know you're screwed.
* {{Brainwashed}}: [[spoiler:Jaguar, in the second game, becomes Shadow,]] until Ulala saves him in the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2t8i5qDZ8s most unintentional reference to Sesame Street ever]].
** Also [[spoiler: the Morolians in the first]].
* BroughtToYouByTheLetterS: In the second game, P stands for Purge.
* CallingYourAttacks: Both the enemies and Ulala say their cues ['left', 'right', 'down', 'up', 'hey' and 'chu'/'shoot']. If they didn't, the game would be {{unwinnable}}.
** But then you get Honda and Toyota and you [[DamnYouMuscleMemory mess up because you forgot which button went to which car]].
* {{Camp}}: You betcha.
* CampStraight: If you thought that Purge wasn't straight... better luck next time.
* CanonWelding: [[MichaelJackson Space Michael's]] bio in Part 1 implies that [[MichaelJacksonsMoonwalker Moonwalker]] is in the same continuity as Space Channel 5, which effectively makes him a BadassGrandpa, as the events from that game took place ''over 500 years prior'' to Part 1.
* CaptainErsatz: Deee-Lite' Lady Miss Kier sued Sega because Ulala seems to be very close to her stage persona.
** It should be noted both her persona and Ulala are throwbacks to the 60s style sci-fi obsession, and the development team didn't even know who she was when they designed Ulala.
* CaptainObvious: "Press LEFT for Left and RIGHT for Right!" Justified in that they want to make sure the gamer knows to use their own left/right for commands and not trying to match the facing-forward direction of the opposition (where their left is your right and vice versa).
* CharacterCustomization: The second game takes this to the extremes. You can even dress up as different characters!
* CheatCode: The second game gives you a cheat code, the person who gives it to you? The FinalBoss of the previous game.
* ChekhovsGunman: President Peace in the second game.
* ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve: Ulala does this in the 6th report of ''Part 2'' when [[spoiler: Purge traps her in Dance Dimension X and appears to have defeated her.]]
* TheCoatsAreOff: Purge loses his coat before challenging you to the Final Dance-off.
* CombiningMecha: The boss of 4th report in ''Part 2'' starts as a DualBoss eventually merges into one.
* ConspicuousCG: Well, it's a video game so it's ''obviously'' CG-I; but in the final moments of the first game, it becomes pretty obvious that the crowd behind Ulala is pre-rendered.
* CoolShades: Blank in the first game; his were pink variants of the classic Kamina 'boomerang' shades. His 'turn' icon even had a glint next to the glasses!
** Didn't you know? [[MemeticBadass Blank was sporting the shades before Kamina was.]] And he was tough enough to make them PINK.
* CreditsGag: Don't think it's safe to put down the controller after the credits...
* CrowdSong: The final battle against Purge has you and everyone you've saved singing with him.
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Blank fits this trope perfectly.
* CuteAndPsycho: Purge is childish and playful at first... But then he starts going insane. This is especially shown in the English dub, in which he has an insane laugh that's reminicent of THE JOKER'S.
* DamnYouMuscleMemory: Sometimes if you mess commands up, they throw ''different'' commands at you.
** Not to mention, on the PC version, the directional-commands are handled with the directional pad on the keyboard...which is ''on the right half of the computer''.
* DanceBattler: Ulala, and ''how'', and even {{lampshaded}}.
* DancingIsSeriousBusiness
* DancingTheme: And ''how''.
* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Mr. Blank. During the Giant Evila battle, he figures out that the rhythm of the music is what's helping Ulala (and the player) out. So what does he do? [[BreakingTheFourthWall He goes and personally shuts off the music himself.]]
* DarkFic: [[http://smashqueen.deviantart.com/#/d2tiq0p "Light Character Study: Purge"]] gives a new look on Purge, one that most people may miss.
** [[http://fc05.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2010/196/f/6/Strung_Up___Darker_SC5_by_SmashQueen.html Strung Up]] is another one, placing Purge in [[NothingIsScarier a nightmare that'll give you nightmares.]]
* DarkSkinnedBlond: Jaguar.
* DeadGuyJunior: Purge Junior. [[spoiler: Until you remember that Purge isn't dead, and the extra reports are in the same time as the normal ones...]]
* DefeatMeansFriendship: Beating rivals such as Pudding or Jaguar has them join you later in the game.
* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything: In ''Part 2'' Report 1, failing to save anyone at all (which is far trickier than it sounds) changes the lyrics of the [[http://youtu.be/oXDeApWrREc Kin Kon Kan battle]].
* DiscOneFinalDungeon: The fourth stage in ''Part 2'' is set up in a similar fashion to the fourth and final stage of the first game. But after a turn of events for the worst, it takes two more stages to get to the true final battle.
* DisneyDeath: [[spoiler:Fuse]] in the second game by TakingTheBullet.
* DoWellButNotPerfect: To get HundredPercentCompletion in the first game, you need to intentionally screw up at points during a NewGamePlus, since you take different routes depending on your ratings.
* DualBoss: The first part of the King Purge battle has you taking on Purge and the Mecha President Peace.
* DuelBoss: The dance off between Ulala and Purge.
* DelayedExplosion: Both games have this at one point.
* DissonantSerenity: Purge, no matter what happens, always seems to be calm.
** Until his voice starts cracking when he begins to realize that Ulala has him beaten by the end.
* EarlyBirdCameo: In the second report of part 2, Pudding appears at the beginning. Later, you take her on.
* EnergyWeapon: The final 3 "chus" of both games.
* EnfantTerrible: One of the children you rescue in the first game is a genius. However, his parents think he's studying everyday, but in reality [[NightmareFuel he's plotting their demise.]]
* EvilAlbino: Purge, who actually shows signs of being an albino. He wears goggles for most of the game, presumably to help with his eyesight and is never seen in sunlight.
* EvilLaugh: Purge's is 'nyeh-heh-heh-heh' in English, and 'ah-HAH-hah-hah-HAH' in Japanese. The first game's [[spoiler: Blank]] doesn't laugh, save for an 'ah-HA!'
* EvilPlan: Purge is trying to make the galaxy dance for him.
* EvilTwin: Obviously, Evila. Padding and Texas of SC5P2 aren't really evil, just... alternates.
** Well, then there's Purge Jr. who is actually evil.
* {{Expy}}: Syndrome from TheIncredibles MUST'VE been inspired from Purge.
* TheFaceless: Fuse is always heard, never seen.
* FakeDifficulty: The second boss, but in the Dreamcast version. The second boss fight throws rescuing children in, the only boss to have rescuable hostages. During the first phase, it's rather easy to tell the Space Children from the Morolians because the boss thrusts them in the player's face, making it quite easy to see them. However, during the part where you rescue them, the boss is notably further away and the space children look ''VERY'' similar to the aliens at a glance, causing many players to accidentally shoot the children or fire the rescue beam at aliens. The fact that in the first game, "Chu" was used for both the hostages and the aliens didn't help. The Playstation 2 version thankfully improves this by making the children glow blue. It's also obvious in the Game Boy Advance version, too.
* FamousLastWords: "Dance yourselves to hell, see if I care!" Even though Purge doesn't really die, as shown in the credits...
* FateWorseThanDeath / AndIMustScream: Purge is trapped in the giant metallic P as he is sent flying into deep space. [[spoiler: Of course, this doesn't last long, as you see in the credits.]]
* {{Fembot}}: The Ultimate Reporter, Evila.
* FinalBoss: [[spoiler:Blank]] in the first game, Purge in the second.
* FinalBossNewDimension
* {{Foil}}: Ulala and Purge are mirror opposites. Even the way they get their Dance Energy is opposite from each other. Ulala's energy comes from love and friendship, and she needs people's support to make it stronger. Purge's energy however stems from his anger and hatred towards everyone, and he can absorb people's energy to make it stronger.
* FreudianExcuse: The fact alone that Purge doesn't understand love or happiness kinda shows how crappy his life must've been as a child.
* GadgeteerGenius: Purge is only 18 years old, and yet he makes most of the enemies you face off.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The infamous NaughtyTentacles scene. Even in the dub, Ulala says, "Oh, not there!" in a ''very'' suggestive way!
** Some of the outfits. In a bonus mission in Part one, Ulala says, "They got a boy toy!".
** Of course, there was also the second boss of the first game, who elicited an equally suggestive-sounding "Oh, it's ''slimy''!" from Ulala upon wrapping her in its tongue.
** The fact that Blank and [[AmbiguouslyGay Cecil]] are always together in Part 2. ALWAYS. Just let that sink in for a moment...
* GigglingVillain: Purge, especially in the Japanese version. In parts where the English version would be in full out insane laughter, all you hear is [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_ZRTge29Tg&feature=related this sadistic giggle.]]
* GoingForTheBigScoop: Ulala will brave robots, aliens, and even naughty-tentacle plants to get the scoop/save the world/save the president. Seriously, she should get paid more.
* GondorCallsForAid: The Final Boss in both games.
* HandWave: Wait... How did Purge show up in the credits if he was sent out into Space?
* HeKnowsAboutTimedHits: That's one of the ways the fourth wall is broken.
* HeKnowsTooMuch: [[spoiler: Jaguar in the beginning of Part 2 by Purge.]]
* HypnotizeThePrincess: And how. "Oh, no! The _____ is being forced to dance!" Replace the blank with 'Space Bird Mistress/Space Dog Trainer/Space Tour-Guide/Space Michael' etc...
* HopelessBossFight: The first time you take on Purge the Great, you can only dodge his attack barrage. However Ulala can only dodge for so long, [[spoiler: and she is killed by Purge.]]
* HulkSpeak: Plant boss in report 2 of ''Part 2'' says things like "Throw star at you"
* HundredPercentCompletion: Easier said then done.
* HypnoRay: Happens in both games. To [[spoiler: The Morolians in the first game]] and [[spoiler: Jaguar in the Second.]]
* IdolSinger: Pudding's previous job.
* InGameTV: The Moro Channel 5 cutscenes in Part 2, which would be interrupted by Purge as he gives you information about his plan without completely giving it away.
* InsufferableGenius: Purge may brag about how he's a genius and amazes himself, but he really is smarter than the average villain in the series. He has a plan for everything, should you beat him here, he'll have a backup idea at the ready. [[spoiler:That is, until the ending, when Ulala has him beat.]]
* InterfaceSpoiler: Well, that's odd; Shadow and [[spoiler: Jaguar]] have the exact same pose and dance moves...Eh, ItsProbablyNothing.
** Hmmm... when you take on Shadow to rescue Space Michael, [[spoiler: you can hear Jaguar's battle theme in the backround from the first game, and Shadow does the same commands from the first game]]. But surely [[BlatantLies that doesn't mean a thing.]]
* InTheEndYouAreOnYourOwn: The final boss in both games starts off as this, then everyone joins Ulala to save the day.
* IntrepidReporter: These people will brave alien invasions, meteor fields, giant mechs, and more to get their reports done.
** HotScoop: And they'll look good while doing it.
* InvoluntaryDance
* ItRunsOnNonsensoleum: "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABTTXhfvxLw There's no power! Ulala, all that's left is dance and jiggy power!]]"
* KaizoTrap: "UP!"
* KarmaHoudini: Sure, he may have threatened the galaxy, but that doesn't stop [[spoiler: Mr. Blank]] from appearing in Part 2 and having everyone perfectly fine with it!
* LargeHam: There are several to say the least, who pull it off rather well.
** "My name is..." "JAGUAAAAR~"
* {{Leitmotif}}: Purge, Pine and President Peace get their own unique themes.
** Even Ulala has one (''Mexican Flyer'' becomes a RecurringRiff at times).
* [[LetsFightLikeGentlemen Let's Dance Like Gentlemen]]: When Ulala finally gets a chance to fight against Purge, he blocks off Ulala's friends with an invisible wall so they can't help her. It's only him and Ulala, nobody else can interfere. [[spoiler: But just because Purge uses this trope, doesn't mean that he won't go back to his cheating ways AFTER the fight...]]
* LetsPlay: While there are some Let's Plays out there, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NXEZo_kZU0&feature=channel PeachFan2262 really does this well with her hilarious commentary.]]
* LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt: Part 2 contains an InUniverse example.
--> '''Fuse:''' Oh come on, do you REALLY think they would kill someone off in this game?
* LonersAreFreaks: The second game seems to give this message with Purge.
* MagicDance: ''Everything'' in the game is done with dance. See also MetaphysicalFuel.
* MagicMusic: In the second game it's shown that dance isn't the only unusual legitimate superpower in the universe.
* MeaningfulName: Ulala (Ooh, la, la.)
** One would think that, but in actuality, "Ulala", while being the official English spelling of her name, is simply a romanization of "Urara", which is a common Japanese girl's name. It's even spelled in Hiragana ("うらら") when written in Japanese.
* MechaMooks: Purge just loves these.
* MetaphysicalFuel: Even the ''vehicles'' are powered by 'dance and jiggy power'. See 'It Runs on Nonsensoleum'.
* [[strike:MichaelJackson]] [[MichaelJackson Space Michael]]: Guest stars in both games, essentially [[CharacterAsHimself as himself]]
* MissionFromGod: Purge thinks he has this.
* MultipleDemographicAppeal: The game was designed with that in mind.
* MusicalAssassin: OH YES.
* TheMusicMeister: Purge
* MySuitIsAlsoSuper: The Super Ulala Suit
* MysteriousPast: When putting all the pieces together, it's revealed that Jaguar [[spoiler: Originally worked for Space Channel 5, and saved Ulala when she was a child. He sensed that something wasn't right with Blank however, and soon left.]]
* NamesToTrustImmediately: "Space President Peace"? Sounds like a pretty down-to-earth ruler.
* NintendoHard: The game looks deceptively easy... until you play it. 'I didn't know it had to be at the same moment too!' indeed.
* NobodyCanDie: Nobody dies in the console games. Averted however in Purge's Cell Phone game, where he can die by running out of time, or being electrocuted to death. This makes his deaths the only time someone can actually die in the games.
* NonstandardGameOver: Missing the final 3 chus/shoots in the games. Looks like it's back to the beginning of the report for you!
* NonindicativeName: The 100 Stage Dance Battle in Part 2. [[spoiler:It actually has 200 stages.]]
* OlderHeroVsYoungerVillain: Ulala is 22 years old; Purge is only 18 years old.
* OldSaveBonus: In the Dreamcast version of Part 2, having save data from Part 1 allowed you to unlock Mr. Blank and Cecil right off the bat.
* OlderThanTheyLook: Jaguar may look young, but he's 35 years old.
* OnlyOneName
* TheOtherDarrin: In the English version of Part 2, all of the returning characters except Ulala (and [[MichaelJackson Space Michael]]) have different voice actors.
** FlashbackWithTheOtherDarrin: The intro of Part 2 shows several scenes from the first game. The voiceovers for these scenes have been redone by the Part 2 voice cast.
* OurPresidentsAreDifferent: President Peace sings to purge evil and sadness of people's hearts, and he's used as a core for some of Purge's robots.
* PantyShot: The games have more than a few.
* ParentalAbandonment: Ulala was found alone in space when she was young and was saved by Jaguar.
* PeaceAndLoveIncorporated: [[spoiler: Space Channel 5]] itself actually starts out as this, with their attempts to brainwash everyone into watching their station and keeping them from the truth. They get much better after [[spoiler: Blank]] resigns.
* PeoplePuppets: In both games, the villains shoot people with rays that make them dance uncontrollably.
* PlayingAgainstType: [[Creator/ShowHayami Jaguar's Japanese voice actor]] usually does characters that are evil.
* ThePowerOfFriendship: It doesn't matter if there's a man made of giant televisions or a TeenGenius inside a [[OneWingedAngel Super-Duper Suit]], the power of friendship will save the day every time!
* PromotedFanboy: MichaelJackson loved video games, and after a SEGA exec showed him a build of their upcoming rhythm game ''Space Channel 5'', he was so enthusiastic about the project, he wanted to be a part of it. Although the game's near-finished state limited him to just a couple of lines, he had a much larger participation in its sequel.
* PsychoElectro: You learn in the second part of Report 6 that Dance Energy isn't the ONLY thing Purge can control...
* PsychopathicManchild: Purge takes this to a slightly disturbing level in Report 6. He goes so far as to [[spoiler: charge up the Ballistic Groove Gun to not only destroy everyone there, but himself as well.]] To see a cheerful villain up to this point suddenly take a dark tone somewhat throws people off.
* RapidFireFisticuffs: After rescuing "Space Karate Man," Ulala and her followers incorporate the crane stance and air boxing into their dance routine.
* [[RealMenWearPink Real Men Wear Purple Sleeveless Disco Suits]]: Purge, we're looking at you.
* RepeatAfterMe: Purge and Fuse do this at one point in Report 4's Boss.
* TheRival: Pudding, of Space Channel 42
** Though, technically, Pine counts as her rival... at drums.
* RuleOfCool: Who cares if it makes no sense? IT'S STILL AWESOME.
* RuleOfFun
* SayMyName: Ulala does this in the first game respectively for Pudding and Jaguar when they get smacked by the final boss.
** In Part 2, Ulala does this [[spoiler:for Fuse after his HeroicSacrifice]] and Ulala and Purge start their final confrontation by just saying each other's names a couple of times.
* ScarfOfAsskicking: Shadow has a Red Scarf that [[DramaticWind flaps regardless of if there's wind or not]].
* SecretCharacter: Somewhat used in Part 2. Filling certain conditions will unlock different characters to play as, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_0dDBdINS4 Even the Big Bad himself.]]
* [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney Screw the rules, I have RATINGS!]]: [[spoiler: Blank... Did he just summon multiple robots to the field?!]]
* SequentialBoss: The second part has Purge the King, a 3 part battle, with no recovering stars.
* [[ShowDontTell Show, Don't Tell]]: Apparently, Noize can play drums. Who knew?
* SinisterSilhouettes: Purge just loves these. 3/4 of the second game has you looking at his silhouette.
* SleevesAreForWimps: Purge once he takes off his Cloak.
* SpaceClothes: This game goes over the top with this one with everyone wearing very bright and/or tight clothing.
* SpaceIsNoisy: If these games didn't exhibit this trope, they would be very boring.
* SpacePirates: The Underground Space Pirate Broadcasters
* SpacePolice: The Sexy Space Police in Part 2
* SpaceX: Space ''everything''. Space Bucks, Space President, Space [[Music/MichaelJackson Michael]]...
* SpoilerTitle: Report 4 in Part 2 "The end for Space Channel 5?!" [[spoiler: The station explodes.]]
* StarshipLuxurious: The Luxury Spacecraft G in Part 1, and the Space Symphony in Part 2.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Ulala's outfits tend to be pretty revealing.
* StuffBlowingUp: The best moment of this is in the second game, at the end of report 4.
* ThemeMusicPowerUp
* ATwinkleInTheSky: Both Purge and [[spoiler: Blank]] have this when they are defeated.
* UsedToBeASweetKid: Purge, if some of the profiles for the Rhythm Rogues are to be believed.
-->''"He created his first robot at just nine years old."''
** This is especially shown when one of the Bosses you interview in the profiles reveals that they're forbidden to give any information about Purge that he doesn't want you to know, and that the little amount that you have is [[FridgeHorror personal information on his past.]]
* UnderwearOfPower: The Super Ulala Suit's description says "Rumored to be just underwear."
* UnexplainedRecovery: [[spoiler: Fuse, Blank, Ulala and Purge all survive situations where you'd normally die.]]
* VillainousBreakdown: Purge has one before the final 3 chus. In the English dub, he's being as snooty as usual. But in the Japanese dub, [[PsychopathicManchild he's screaming at the top of his lungs at everyone there.]]
-->"Dance yourselves to hell, see if I care!"
* VillainSong: Purge's Theme is so awesome. The Fear Lounge remix takes the awesomeness and [[UpToEleven cranks it to 11]].
* VirtualPaperDoll: ''Part 2'' includes a "Changing Room" where you can give Ulala different outfits and replace her microphone with other items.
* WaveMotionGun: The Final Hit against the FinalBoss is this in both games.
* WeAreExperiencingTechnicalDifficulties: Happens in both games, but most noticeably in Part 2 [[spoiler: when the loading screen is replaced with this right after Ulala is killed by Purge]].
* WellIntentionedExtremist: Purge believes he's been given a holy mission to lead the Brutish and Unhappy masses of the Galaxy to the heavens by dancing.
* WhoForgotTheLights: One section in Part 2 has Ulala and friends trapped in a pitch black room. It lights up to reveal that they're surrounded by robots.
* WidgetSeries: Let's see, we have a space reporter who defeats aliens with song, dance, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Micheal Jackson]]; not to mention that the entire thing looks like the Jetsons on liberal amounts of [[WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs acid]].
* WorldOfHam
* YouCantThwartStageOne: Report 4 in the second game has Purge successfully steal the Space Broadcasting Satellite.
** And practically parodied earlier in report 2, where, ''immediately'' after you've saved President Peace from the Waltzing Robot, Shadow teleports in and abducts him AGAIN with no trouble.
* [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You gotta have Pink/Green/Blue/Whitish-Purpleyish hair]]
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