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* EasyAmnesia: Pointed out, and treated as DarthWiki/DethroningMomentOfSuck.

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* EasyAmnesia: Pointed out, and treated as DarthWiki/DethroningMomentOfSuck.out.


* DarthWiki/DethroningMomentOfSuck: Amnesia is portrayed this way.



** The most extreme case was probably when the writer portrayed Aelita and Jeremie as child murderers.

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** The most extreme case was probably when the writer portrayed Aelita and Jeremie as child murderers.


* DethroningMomentOfSuck: Amnesia is portrayed this way.

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* DethroningMomentOfSuck: DarthWiki/DethroningMomentOfSuck: Amnesia is portrayed this way.



* EasyAmnesia: Pointed out, and treated as DethroningMomentOfSuck.

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* EasyAmnesia: Pointed out, and treated as DethroningMomentOfSuck.DarthWiki/DethroningMomentOfSuck.


* GenreSavvy: Yumi is portrayed this way.

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* BreakingTheFourthWall: the review of echoes explores the writers room in a scene that's both cynical and surreal. It includes one of the head writers drunk, the writers conspiring to destroy the company out of spite by unleashing a crime against humanity, jokes about david carayon, moonscoop, luxanimation, and deliberate cheesy writing.
** Later, a character is driven insane by the amount of recycled footage.


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** Half of the writers, and Moonscoop, in an affectionate way
** David Carayon, in genuine hatred
** Jack in the box restaurants. The teaser of the review for echoes includes "Let the hate flow from you like blood from an anus in Jack in the box.".


** CodeLyokoEvolution gets some lighthearted mockery.

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** CodeLyokoEvolution ''Series/CodeLyokoEvolution'' gets some lighthearted mockery.

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** Star Trek Deep Space Nine's fanbase


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** Stephen King

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** Honey Boo Boo


** Series/SFDebris

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** Series/SFDebrisSeries/SFDebris: "Captain Janeway's Cybernetic Spiders!"


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** Also used with this:
***Franz: "We will live here forever in safety!"
***Xana: "Um, Franz? Isn't this thing powered by a non-renewable fuel source?"
***Franz "We will be the gods of this world!"
***Xana "Holy crap, this guy is insane. No wonder his wife faked a kidnapping to get away from him. I am out of here as soon as I can get out."


Deadcoder's Reviews is a blog series where episodes of CodeLyoko are individually reviewed on a scale of 0-10. Basically, it's a blog version of SciFiDebris, as applied to Code Lyoko. The blogs can be found here: http://codelyoko.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:Deadcoder . Note that spoilers aren't hidden on this page. The following tropes are present in the blog:

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Deadcoder's Reviews is a blog series where episodes of CodeLyoko ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'' are individually reviewed on a scale of 0-10. Basically, it's a blog version of SciFiDebris, Website/SFDebris, as applied to Code Lyoko. ''Code Lyoko''. The blogs can be found here: http://codelyoko.[[http://codelyoko.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:Deadcoder .com/wiki/User_blog:Deadcoder here]]. Note that spoilers aren't hidden on this page. The

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following tropes are present in the blog:



* ArtisicLicense-Physics: Pointed out.
* BaitAndSwitch: A comment about Aelita's hair in the review of "X.A.N.A. Awakens"
* BreadEggsMilkSquick : Played straight "We had some good Sissi moments, a decent fight scene, Drama without the midair-halting laser beam, and two people murdering what was effectively their child"

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* ArtisicLicense-Physics: ArtisticLicensePhysics: Pointed out.
* BaitAndSwitch: A comment about Aelita's hair in the review of "X.A.N.A. Awakens"
Awakens".
* BreadEggsMilkSquick : Played straight straight. "We had some good Sissi moments, a decent fight scene, Drama without the midair-halting laser beam, and two people murdering what was effectively their child"child."



* FantasticMeasurement: See AbstractScale

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* FantasticMeasurement: FantasticMeasurementSystem: See AbstractScaleAbstractScale.



* Lampshade: pointed out

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* Lampshade: LampshadeHanging: pointed out



* Narm: complained about.

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* Narm: {{Narm}}: complained about.



* RunningGag: Several

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* RunningGag: SeveralSeveral.



* TokenBlackCharacter: parodied
* UnfortunateImplications: pointed out: "Then again, that kind of isolating technique is also common to domestic violence abusers and cults."
* VillainHasAPoint: pointed out with the scanners: "Franz is horrified that they used the Scanners on humans, claiming that they're not safe for that. When I first saw this episode, I thought that made sense. You're literally turning people into data via what is probably controlled radiation, and dumping them in a computer which has major reliability problems. "

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* TokenBlackCharacter: parodied
TokenMinority: Parodied.
* UnfortunateImplications: pointed Pointed out: "Then again, that kind of isolating technique is also common to domestic violence abusers and cults."
* VillainHasAPoint: pointed Pointed out with the scanners: "Franz is horrified that they used the Scanners on humans, claiming that they're not safe for that. When I first saw this episode, I thought that made sense. You're literally turning people into data via what is probably controlled radiation, and dumping them in a computer which has major reliability problems. "



* WhatTheHellHero?: used several times
** The most extreme case was probably when the writer portrayed Aelita and Jeremie as child murderers.

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* WhatTheHellHero?: used Used several times
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** The most extreme case was probably when the writer portrayed Aelita and Jeremie as child murderers.

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** This quote speaks for itself: "For some reason, Franz Hopper is virtualized as a set of sentient disco balls, rather than as a person, like everyone else. He explains that the process doesn't work on him yet, while Aelita fondles one of his balls. Wow, incestual subtext?"


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** Sarah Palin
** Several episodes
** The Bible

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* BreadEggsMilkSquick : Played straight "We had some good Sissi moments, a decent fight scene, Drama without the midair-halting laser beam, and two people murdering what was effectively their child"

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** Jeri Ryan


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** Taken UpToEleven with this rant: "Some people ask why XANA immediately tried to Kill Jeremie in this episode, given that Jeremie really isn't a threat. I think I figured out why XANA tries to exterminate humanity. When XANA was first created, the very first person he met was Franz Hopper, a man so crazy that even Aelita pointed it out at one point. The next person he met was Aelita. Since XANA has at least a peripheral understanding of the outside world, he can sense what's going on in the factory. That means that he can sense the horrors of french engineering. He can also sense the school, which means that he can sense the amazing incompetence of a school that hired Jim, hired a man as crazy as Franz Hopper, keeps open containers of toxic waste near children, and is run by a man so spineless that Sissi can manipulate him. He can also sense the hospital, and the horrors of the french mental healthcare system. Based on all these things at once, my guess is that XANA encountered all of these horrors of humanity, and it's first reaction to a species that consistently produced such horrible things was, "AHH! KILL IT! KILL IT WITH FIRE! actually, SCREW FIRE, KILL IT WITH FIRE, ORBITAL BOMBARDMENT, DEATH LASERS, CAPTAIN JANEWAY'S CYBERNETIC SPIDERS, ARMIES OF ROBOTS, THE POWER OF STEPHEN KING NOVELS, WEATHER, ELECTRIC TAR, AND ANYTHING ELSE THAT COMES TO MIND!" XANA is not evil. It's just trying to save itself and all other species from the horrors of humanity. Given that the main and secondary cast includes Yumi, an implied domestic abuser; Ulrich, a disturbed stalker; Jim, a person who smiles at the thought of rubbing himself with poop; Jeremie, a necrophile; Aelita, a pedophile; Odd, a manwhore moron; and other horrors, I kind of have to side with XANA on this one."

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** "approximately 5 hollywoods of makeup"


* DoomyDoomsOfDoom: "THE DISCO BALL OF DOOM COMMANDS THAT THEY WILL NOT SURVIVE!"



* HappyFunThingOfDoom: "THE DISCO BALL OF DOOM COMMANDS THAT THEY WILL NOT SURVIVE!"

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