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* ''WesternAnimation/ABunchOfMunsch'' - 3 episodes[[labelnote:List]]"Mortimer's Dad[=/=]Something Good", "Angela's Airplane", "Fire Station" (all with Creator/HanhoHeungUp)[[/labelnote]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/ABunchOfMunsch'' - 3 episodes[[labelnote:List]]"Mortimer's Dad[=/=]Something 2 episodes[[labelnote:List]]"Mortimer[=/=]Something Good", "Angela's Airplane", "Fire Airplane[=/=]Fire Station" (all with (with Creator/HanhoHeungUp)[[/labelnote]]


* ''WesternAnimation/ABunchOfMunsch'' - 3 episodes[[labelnote:List]]"Mortimer[=/=]Something Good", "Angela's Airplane", "Fire Station" (all with Creator/HanhoHeungUp)[[/labelnote]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/ABunchOfMunsch'' - 3 episodes[[labelnote:List]]"Mortimer[=/=]Something episodes[[labelnote:List]]"Mortimer's Dad[=/=]Something Good", "Angela's Airplane", "Fire Station" (all with Creator/HanhoHeungUp)[[/labelnote]]


** Related to the "Some Enchanted Evening" example above, the ''X-Men'' pilot "Night of the Sentinels" had similar issues regarding its animation. Their refusal to fix these two episodes almost forced a contract severing between them and Marvel (their longstanding partner at that time) by Fox, [[http://notblogx.blogspot.com/2012/04/wizard-x-men-turn-thirty-august-1993.html Wizard Magazine]]even noting that one industry insider suggested their motto be "Akom... Quality Is Our Only Compromise." Like "Evening", the two episodes were fixed for reruns and later releases. The rest of the series, despite its stiffness and inconsistant character designs, would never dip to the same levels the pilot did.

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** Related to the "Some Enchanted Evening" example above, the ''X-Men'' pilot "Night of the Sentinels" had similar issues regarding its animation. Their refusal to fix these two episodes almost forced a contract severing between them and Marvel (their longstanding partner at that time) by Fox, [[http://notblogx.blogspot.com/2012/04/wizard-x-men-turn-thirty-august-1993.html Wizard Magazine]]even noting that one industry insider suggested their motto be "Akom... Quality Is Our Only Compromise." Like "Evening", the two episodes were fixed for reruns and later releases. The rest of the series, despite its stiffness and inconsistant inconsistent character designs, would never dip to the same levels the pilot did.


** Related to the "Some Enchanted Evening" example above, the ''X-Men'' pilot "Night of the Sentinels" had similar issues regarding its animation. Their refusal to fix these two episodes almost forced a contract severing between them and Marvel (their longstanding partner at that time) by Fox, [[http://notblogx.blogspot.com/2012/04/wizard-x-men-turn-thirty-august-1993.html Wizard Magazine]]even noting that one industry insider suggested their motto be "Akom... Quality Is Our Only Compromise." Like "Evening", the two episodes were fixed for reruns and later releases. The rest of the series, despite its stiffness and inconsistant character designs, would never dip to those levels aftwerward.

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** Related to the "Some Enchanted Evening" example above, the ''X-Men'' pilot "Night of the Sentinels" had similar issues regarding its animation. Their refusal to fix these two episodes almost forced a contract severing between them and Marvel (their longstanding partner at that time) by Fox, [[http://notblogx.blogspot.com/2012/04/wizard-x-men-turn-thirty-august-1993.html Wizard Magazine]]even noting that one industry insider suggested their motto be "Akom... Quality Is Our Only Compromise." Like "Evening", the two episodes were fixed for reruns and later releases. The rest of the series, despite its stiffness and inconsistant character designs, would never dip to those the same levels aftwerward.the pilot did.


** Related to the "Some Enchanted Evening" example above, the ''X-Men'' pilot "Night of the Sentinels" had similar issues regarding its animation. Their refusal to fix these two episodes almost forced a contract severing between them and Marvel (their longstanding partner at that time) by Fox. And like "Evening", the two episodes were fixed for reruns and later releases. That said, the series itself is pretty notorious for its awkward animation, and it isn't helped by the overly detailed character designs, which have a tendency to look different every other shot.
*** The original versions were so bad that when brought up in [[http://notblogx.blogspot.com/2012/04/wizard-x-men-turn-thirty-august-1993.html Wizard Magazine]], they noted that one industry insider suggested their motto be "Akom... Quality Is Our Only Compromise."

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** Related to the "Some Enchanted Evening" example above, the ''X-Men'' pilot "Night of the Sentinels" had similar issues regarding its animation. Their refusal to fix these two episodes almost forced a contract severing between them and Marvel (their longstanding partner at that time) by Fox. And like "Evening", the two episodes were fixed for reruns and later releases. That said, the series itself is pretty notorious for its awkward animation, and it isn't helped by the overly detailed character designs, which have a tendency to look different every other shot.
*** The original versions were so bad that when brought up in
Fox, [[http://notblogx.blogspot.com/2012/04/wizard-x-men-turn-thirty-august-1993.html Wizard Magazine]], they noted Magazine]]even noting that one industry insider suggested their motto be "Akom... Quality Is Our Only Compromise."" Like "Evening", the two episodes were fixed for reruns and later releases. The rest of the series, despite its stiffness and inconsistant character designs, would never dip to those levels aftwerward.


** Most explosions animated by them [[note]]as seen in ''Transformers'', ''X-Men'', ''Bucky O'Hare'' and early episodes of ''The Simpsons''[[/note]], tended to be nothing but giant plumes of oranges or greys (or in some cases, both) animated using acrylic paint. This was largely phased out by the mid-90s.

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** Most explosions animated by them [[note]]as seen in ''Transformers'', ''X-Men'', ''Bucky O'Hare'' and early episodes of ''The Simpsons''[[/note]], tended to be nothing but giant plumes of oranges or greys (or in some cases, both) animated using acrylic paint.by painting directly onto the cel. This was largely phased out by the mid-90s.


* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' - The company's most notable work, with over 300 episodes.[[labelnote:List]]All of seasons 1 & 2, plus "Stark Raving Dad", "Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington", "When Flanders Failed", "Bart the Murderer", "Like Father, Like Clown", "Saturdays of Thunder", "Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk", "Radio Bart", "Lisa the Greek", "Separate Vocations", "Dog of Death", "Colonel Homer", "The Otto Show", " Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?", "Lisa the Beauty Queen", "Treehouse of Horror III", "The New Kid on the Block", "Marge vs. the Monorail", "Brother From the Same Planet", "Duffless", "The Front", "Whacking Day", "Marge in Chains", "Cape Feare", "Rosebud", "Marge on the Lam", "Bart's Inner Child", "The Last Temptation of Homer", "Homer the Vigilante", "Bart Gets Famous", "Deep Space Homer", "Bart Gets an Elephant", "Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song", "Secrets of a Successful Marriage", "Bart of Darkness", "Another Simpsons Clip Show" (with Creator/RoughDraftStudios), "Sideshow Bob Roberts", "Bart's Girlfriend", "Homer Badman", "Fear of Flying", "And Maggie Makes Three", "Bart's Comet", "Bart vs. Australia", "Lisa's Wedding", "The PTA Disbands", "Lemon of Troy", "Who Shot Mr. Burns Part 1" (uncredited; incorrectly credited as [[Creator/SunwooEntertainment Anivision]]), "Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily", "Lisa the Vegetarian", "King-Size Homer", "Marge Be Not Proud", "Two Bad Neighbors", "Scenes From the Class Struggle in Springfield", "Lisa the Iconoclast", "The Day the Violence Died", "Bart on the Road", "Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in "The Curse of the Flying Hellfish"", "Homerpalooza", "You Only Move Twice", "The Homer They Fall", "Burns, Baby Burns", "Lisa's Date With Density", "Hurricane Neddy", "The Springfield Files", "Homer's Phobia", "My Sister, My Sitter", "Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment", "Grade School Confidential", "The Old Man and the Lisa", "Homer's Enemy", "The Secret War of Lisa Simpson", "The Principal and the Pauper", "Lisa's Sax", "Treehouse of Horror VIII" (uncredited; incorrectly credited as Creator/RoughDraftStudios), "The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilons", "Realty Bites", "Miracle on Evergreen Terrace", "All Singing, All Dancing", "Das Bus", "The Trouble With Trillions", "King of the Hill", "Lost Our Lisa", "Lard of the Dance", "Bart the Mother", "When You Dish Upon a Star" (uncredited; incorrectly credited as Creator/RoughDraftStudios), "D'Oh-in' in the Wind", "Homer Simpson in: "Kidney Trouble"", "Viva Ned Flanders", "Sunday, Cruddy Sunday", "Marge Simpson in: "Screaming Yellow Honkers"", "Make Room For Lisa", "Simpsons Bible Stories" (uncredited; incorrectly credited as Creator/RoughDraftStudios), "The Old Man and the "C" Student", "They Saved Lisa's Brain", "30 Minutes Over Tokyo", "Beyond Blunderdome", "Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?", "Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder", "Little Big Mom", "Faith Off", "The Mansion Family", "Pygmoelian", "Days of Wine and D'oh'ses", "Kill the Alligator and Run", "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge", "Treehouse of Horror XI" (uncredited; incorrectly credited as Creator/RoughDraftStudios), "A Tale of Two Springfields", "The Computer Wore Menace Shoes", "Skinner's Sense of Snow", "HOMR", "Worst Episode Ever", "Day of the Jackanapes", "New Kids on the Blecch", "Bye Bye Nerdie", "Trilogy of Error", "Children of a Lesser Clod", "The Parent Rap", "Homer the Moe", "A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love", "She of Little Faith", "Half-Decent Proposal", "The Bart Wants What it Wants", "Tales From the Public Domain", "Gump Roast", "The Sweetest Apu", "The Frying Game", "How I Spent My Strummer Vacation", "Bart vs. Lisa vs. the Third Grade", "Special Edna", "The Strong Arms of the Ma", "Pray Anything", "A Star is Born Again", "C.E. D'oh", "Three Gays of the Condo", "Old Yeller Belly", "The Bart of War", "My Mother the Carjacker", "The President Wore Pearls", "The Regina Monologues", "Tis the Fifteenth Season", "Margical History Tour", "Co-Dependent's Day", "My Big Fat Geek Wedding", "Catch 'Em If You Can", "Fraudcast News", "Treehouse of Horror XV", "All's Fair in Oven War", "Midnight Rx", "Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass", "There's Something About Marrying", "On a Clear Day, I Can't See My Sister", "Goo Goo Gai Pan", "The Seven-Beer Snitch", "Future Drama", "Don't Fear the Roofer", "Thank God It's Doomsday", "Bonfire of the Manatees", "The Girl Who Slept Too Little", "Marge's Son Poisoning", "The Last of the Red Hat Mamas", "Simpsons Christmas Stories", "Homer's Paternity Coot", "My Fair Laddy", "Bart Has Two Mommies", "Million Dollar Abie", "The Wettest Stories Ever Told", "Regarding Margie", "The Mook, the Chef, The Wife, and Her Homer", "Treehouse of Horror XVII", "GI (Annoyed Grunt)", "Moe'N'A Lisa", "Kill Gil, Volumes 1 & 2", "The Wife Aquatic", "Revenge is a Dish Best Served Three Times", "Springfield Up", "Yokel Chords", "Crook and Ladder", "You Kent Always Say What You Want", "Midnight Towboy", "I Don't Wanna Know Why the Caged Bird Sings", "Treehouse of Horror XVIII", "Funeral For a Fiend", "Love, Springfieldian Style", "Dial 'N' For Nerder", "Papa Don't Leach", "All About Lisa", "Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes", "Lost Verizon", "Homer and Lisa Exchange Cross Words", "Mypods and Broomsticks", "The Burns and the Bees", "How the Test Was Won", "Gone Maggie Gone", "In the Name of the Grandfather", "Eeny Teeny Maya Moe", "Father Knows Worst", "Four Great Women and a Manicure", "Coming to Homerica", "Homer the Whopper", "Treehouse of Horror XX", "The Devil Wears Nada", "Thursdays With Abie", "The Color Yellow", "Stealing First Base", "The Squirt and the Whale", "[=MoneyBart=]", "Treehouse of Horror XXI", "Lisa Simpson, This Isn't Your Life", "How Munched is That Birdie in the Window?", "Flaming Moe", "The Blue and the Gray", "500 Keys", "The Falcon and the D'ohman", "The Food Wife", "The Ten-Per-Cent Solution", "Holidays of Future Passed", "The D'oh'cial Network", "The Daughter Also Rises", "How I Wet Your Mother", "Them, Robot", "A Totally Fun Thing Bart Will Never Do Again", "Lisa Goes Gaga", "Adventures in Baby-Getting", "Gone Abie Gone", "A Tree Grows in Springfield", "The Day the Earth Stood Cool", "Homer Goes to Prep School", "Changing of the Guardian", "Gorgeous Grampa", "Dark Knight Court", "Whiskey Business", "The Fabulous Faker Boy", "The Saga of Carl", "Dangers on a Train", "YOLO", "Labor Pains", "The Kid is All Right", "Yellow Subterfuge", "Specs and the City", "Diggs", "The War of Art", "Treehouse of Horror XXIV" (main episode; couch gag by Creator/RoughDraftStudios), "Luca$", "What to Expect When Bart's Expecting", "Pay Pal", "The Yellow Badge of Cowardage", "Clown in the Dumps", "Opposites A-Frack", "Covercraft", "Bart's New Friend", "The Musk Who Fell to Earth", "The Princess Guide", "Waiting For Duffman", The Kids Are All Fight", "BULL-E", "Every Man's Dream", "Halloween of Horror", "Lisa With an S", "Barthood", "Teenage Mutant Milk-Caused Hurdles", "Gal of Constant Sorrow", "Lisa the Veterinarian", "The Burns Cage", "Fland Canyon", "To Courier With Love", "Monty Burns' Fleeing Circus", "Friends and Family", "Treehouse of Horror XXVII", "There Will Be Buds", "The Nightmare After Krustmas", "Pork and Burns", "The Great Phatsby" (half of it; other half by Creator/RoughDraftStudios), "The Cad and the Hat" (with Creator/StoopidBuddyStudios), "22 for 30", "The Caper Chase", "Moho House", "Springfield Splendor", "Whistler's Father", "Treehouse of Horror XXVIII", "The Old Blue Mayor Ain't What She Used to Be", "Gone Boy", "Frink Gets Testy", "3 Scenes Plus a Tag from a Marriage"[[/labelnote]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' - The company's most notable work, with over 300 episodes.[[labelnote:List]]All of seasons 1 & 2, plus "Stark Raving Dad", "Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington", "When Flanders Failed", "Bart the Murderer", "Like Father, Like Clown", "Saturdays of Thunder", "Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk", "Radio Bart", "Lisa the Greek", "Separate Vocations", "Dog of Death", "Colonel Homer", "The Otto Show", " Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?", "Lisa the Beauty Queen", "Treehouse of Horror III", "The New Kid on the Block", "Marge vs. the Monorail", "Brother From the Same Planet", "Duffless", "The Front", "Whacking Day", "Marge in Chains", "Cape Feare", "Rosebud", "Marge on the Lam", "Bart's Inner Child", "The Last Temptation of Homer", "Homer the Vigilante", "Bart Gets Famous", "Deep Space Homer", "Bart Gets an Elephant", "Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song", "Secrets of a Successful Marriage", "Bart of Darkness", "Another Simpsons Clip Show" (with Creator/RoughDraftStudios), "Sideshow Bob Roberts", "Bart's Girlfriend", "Homer Badman", "Fear of Flying", "And Maggie Makes Three", "Bart's Comet", "Bart vs. Australia", "Lisa's Wedding", "The PTA Disbands", "Lemon of Troy", "Who Shot Mr. Burns Part 1" (uncredited; incorrectly credited as [[Creator/SunwooEntertainment Anivision]]), "Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily", "Lisa the Vegetarian", "King-Size Homer", "Marge Be Not Proud", "Two Bad Neighbors", "Scenes From the Class Struggle in Springfield", "Lisa the Iconoclast", "The Day the Violence Died", "Bart on the Road", "Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in "The Curse of the Flying Hellfish"", "Homerpalooza", "You Only Move Twice", "The Homer They Fall", "Burns, Baby Burns", "Lisa's Date With Density", "Hurricane Neddy", "The Springfield Files", "Homer's Phobia", "My Sister, My Sitter", "Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment", "Grade School Confidential", "The Old Man and the Lisa", "Homer's Enemy", "The Secret War of Lisa Simpson", "The Principal and the Pauper", "Lisa's Sax", "Treehouse of Horror VIII" (uncredited; incorrectly credited as Creator/RoughDraftStudios), "The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilons", "Realty Bites", "Miracle on Evergreen Terrace", "All Singing, All Dancing", "Das Bus", "The Trouble With Trillions", "King of the Hill", "Lost Our Lisa", "Lard of the Dance", "Bart the Mother", "When You Dish Upon a Star" (uncredited; incorrectly credited as Creator/RoughDraftStudios), "D'Oh-in' in the Wind", "Homer Simpson in: "Kidney Trouble"", "Viva Ned Flanders", "Sunday, Cruddy Sunday", "Marge Simpson in: "Screaming Yellow Honkers"", "Make Room For Lisa", "Simpsons Bible Stories" (uncredited; incorrectly credited as Creator/RoughDraftStudios), "The Old Man and the "C" Student", "They Saved Lisa's Brain", "30 Minutes Over Tokyo", "Beyond Blunderdome", "Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?", "Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder", "Little Big Mom", "Faith Off", "The Mansion Family", "Pygmoelian", "Days of Wine and D'oh'ses", "Kill the Alligator and Run", "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge", "Treehouse of Horror XI" (uncredited; incorrectly credited as Creator/RoughDraftStudios), "A Tale of Two Springfields", "The Computer Wore Menace Shoes", "Skinner's Sense of Snow", "HOMR", "Worst Episode Ever", "Day of the Jackanapes", "New Kids on the Blecch", "Bye Bye Nerdie", "Trilogy of Error", "Children of a Lesser Clod", "The Parent Rap", "Homer the Moe", "A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love", "She of Little Faith", "Half-Decent Proposal", "The Bart Wants What it Wants", "Tales From the Public Domain", "Gump Roast", "The Sweetest Apu", "The Frying Game", "How I Spent My Strummer Vacation", "Bart vs. Lisa vs. the Third Grade", "Special Edna", "The Strong Arms of the Ma", "Pray Anything", "A Star is Born Again", "C.E. D'oh", "Three Gays of the Condo", "Old Yeller Belly", "The Bart of War", "My Mother the Carjacker", "The President Wore Pearls", "The Regina Monologues", "Tis the Fifteenth Season", "Margical History Tour", "Co-Dependent's Day", "My Big Fat Geek Wedding", "Catch 'Em If You Can", "Fraudcast News", "Treehouse of Horror XV", "All's Fair in Oven War", "Midnight Rx", "Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass", "There's Something About Marrying", "On a Clear Day, I Can't See My Sister", "Goo Goo Gai Pan", "The Seven-Beer Snitch", "Future Drama", "Don't Fear the Roofer", "Thank God It's Doomsday", "Bonfire of the Manatees", "The Girl Who Slept Too Little", "Marge's Son Poisoning", "The Last of the Red Hat Mamas", "Simpsons Christmas Stories", "Homer's Paternity Coot", "My Fair Laddy", "Bart Has Two Mommies", "Million Dollar Abie", "The Wettest Stories Ever Told", "Regarding Margie", "The Mook, the Chef, The Wife, and Her Homer", "Treehouse of Horror XVII", "GI (Annoyed Grunt)", "Moe'N'A Lisa", "Kill Gil, Volumes 1 & 2", "The Wife Aquatic", "Revenge is a Dish Best Served Three Times", "Springfield Up", "Yokel Chords", "Crook and Ladder", "You Kent Always Say What You Want", "Midnight Towboy", "I Don't Wanna Know Why the Caged Bird Sings", "Treehouse of Horror XVIII", "Funeral For a Fiend", "Love, Springfieldian Style", "Dial 'N' For Nerder", "Papa Don't Leach", "All About Lisa", "Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes", "Lost Verizon", "Homer and Lisa Exchange Cross Words", "Mypods and Broomsticks", "The Burns and the Bees", "How the Test Was Won", "Gone Maggie Gone", "In the Name of the Grandfather", "Eeny Teeny Maya Moe", "Father Knows Worst", "Four Great Women and a Manicure", "Coming to Homerica", "Homer the Whopper", "Treehouse of Horror XX", "The Devil Wears Nada", "Thursdays With Abie", "The Color Yellow", "Stealing First Base", "The Squirt and the Whale", "[=MoneyBart=]", "Treehouse of Horror XXI", "Lisa Simpson, This Isn't Your Life", "How Munched is That Birdie in the Window?", "Flaming Moe", "The Blue and the Gray", "500 Keys", "The Falcon and the D'ohman", "The Food Wife", "The Ten-Per-Cent Solution", "Holidays of Future Passed", "The D'oh'cial Network", "The Daughter Also Rises", "How I Wet Your Mother", "Them, Robot", "A Totally Fun Thing Bart Will Never Do Again", "Lisa Goes Gaga", "Adventures in Baby-Getting", "Gone Abie Gone", "A Tree Grows in Springfield", "The Day the Earth Stood Cool", "Homer Goes to Prep School", "Changing of the Guardian", "Gorgeous Grampa", "Dark Knight Court", "Whiskey Business", "The Fabulous Faker Boy", "The Saga of Carl", "Dangers on a Train", "YOLO", "Labor Pains", "The Kid is All Right", "Yellow Subterfuge", "Specs and the City", "Diggs", "The War of Art", "Treehouse of Horror XXIV" (main episode; couch gag by Creator/RoughDraftStudios), "Luca$", "What to Expect When Bart's Expecting", "Pay Pal", "The Yellow Badge of Cowardage", "Clown in the Dumps", "Opposites A-Frack", "Covercraft", "Bart's New Friend", "The Musk Who Fell to Earth", "The Princess Guide", "Waiting For Duffman", The Kids Are All Fight", "BULL-E", "Every Man's Dream", "Halloween of Horror", "Lisa With an S", "Barthood", "Teenage Mutant Milk-Caused Hurdles", "Gal of Constant Sorrow", "Lisa the Veterinarian", "The Burns Cage", "Fland Canyon", "To Courier With Love", "Monty Burns' Fleeing Circus", "Friends and Family", "Treehouse of Horror XXVII", "There Will Be Buds", "The Nightmare After Krustmas", "Pork and Burns", "The Great Phatsby" (half of it; other half by Creator/RoughDraftStudios), "The Cad and the Hat" (with Creator/StoopidBuddyStudios), "22 for 30", "The Caper Chase", "Moho House", "Springfield Splendor", "Whistler's Father", "Treehouse of Horror XXVIII", "The Old Blue Mayor Ain't What She Used to Be", "Gone Boy", "Frink Gets Testy", "3 Scenes Plus a Tag from a Marriage"[[/labelnote]]Marriage", "Fears of a Clown", "King Leer", "Left Behind", "Flanders' Ladder", "Treehouse of Horror XXIX", "Baby You Can't Drive My Car", "From Russia Without Love", "Krusty the Clown", "Mad About the Toy", "The Girl on the Bus", "I'm Dancing as Fat as I Can", "I Want You (She's So Heavy)", "Bart vs. Itchy & Scratchy", "D'oh Canada", "Crystal Blue-Haired Persuasion"[[/labelnote]]


** While "Carnage In C-Minor" is often considered to be one of the worst episodes of ''The Transformers'' animation wise. It can't (and doesn't) do their "''quality''" on that series justice. While it's hard to explain ''what'' extreme AKOM's episodes go to without WallsOfText. What '''''is''''' easy to explain are some of the more common errors in their episodes, such as the wrong character model being used (they had a habit of using Grimlock's rounded robot mode head and giving Optimus and Soundwave white backpacks for instance), layers done wrong so that a character will ''disappear "behind" something that's actually behind him'', three shots with a group of characters will have three different versions of the roster, including an Autobot with Decepticons or vice-versa. Season 2 even kept screwing up Devastator's combination. This meant no two versions ever looked the same under AKOM. With none of them had the right Constructicon going into the right place and at times, omitting a team member entirely, "The Core" being the most egregious with this issue. And it wasn't just aesthetically displeasing[[labelnote:*]]which is saying something given the quality of the original series was usually pretty terrible[[/labelnote]], but could ''really'' become plot-altering[[labelnote:example]][[http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/images2/6/60/Decepticons_w_galvatron.jpg A very infamous example]] from "Five Faces of Darkness, Part 1" has Galvatron's character model among a crowd of cheering Decepticons as Cyclonus and Astrotrain rescue '''''Galvatron''''' from a lava pool. Also, a lot of PaletteSwap characters exist in this series and they get switched around a lot more with AKOM; if Starscream does something and ''Starscream'' responds to it, which Starscream is really supposed to be his blue repaint Thundercracker?[[/labelnote]].

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** While "Carnage In C-Minor" is often considered to be one of the worst episodes of ''The Transformers'' animation wise. It can't (and doesn't) do their "''quality''" on that series justice. While it's hard to explain ''what'' extreme AKOM's episodes go to without WallsOfText. What '''''is''''' easy to explain are some of the more common errors in their episodes, such as the wrong character model being used (they had a habit of using Grimlock's rounded robot mode head and giving Optimus and Soundwave white backpacks for instance), layers done wrong so that a character will ''disappear "behind" something that's actually behind him'', three shots with a group of characters will have three different versions of the roster, including an Autobot with Decepticons or vice-versa. Season 2 even kept screwing up Devastator's combination. This meant no two versions ever looked the same under AKOM. With none of them had having the right Constructicon going into the right place and at times, omitting a team member entirely, "The Core" being the most egregious with this issue. And it wasn't just aesthetically displeasing[[labelnote:*]]which is saying something given the quality of the original series was usually pretty terrible[[/labelnote]], but could ''really'' become plot-altering[[labelnote:example]][[http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/images2/6/60/Decepticons_w_galvatron.jpg A very infamous example]] from "Five Faces of Darkness, Part 1" has Galvatron's character model among a crowd of cheering Decepticons as Cyclonus and Astrotrain rescue '''''Galvatron''''' from a lava pool. Also, a lot of PaletteSwap characters exist in this series and they get switched around a lot more with AKOM; if Starscream does something and ''Starscream'' responds to it, which Starscream is really supposed to be his blue repaint Thundercracker?[[/labelnote]].


** While "Carnage In C-Minor" is often considered to be one of the worst episodes of ''The Transformers'' animation wise. It can't (and doesn't) do their "''quality''" on that series justice. While it's hard to explain ''what'' extreme AKOM's episodes go to without WallsOfText. What '''''is''''' easy to explain are some of the more common errors in their episodes, such as the wrong character model being used (they had a habit of using Grimlock's rounded robot mode head and giving Optimus and Soundwave white backpacks for instance), layers done wrong so that a character will ''disappear "behind" something that's actually behind him'', three shots with a group of characters will have three different versions of the roster, including an Autobot with Decepticons or vice-versa. Season 2 even kept screwing up Devastator's combination. This meant no two versions ever looked the same under AKOM. With none of them had the right Constructicon going into the right place and at times they would omit a team member entirely, "The Core" being the most egregious with this issue. And it wasn't just aesthetically displeasing[[labelnote:*]]which is saying something given the quality of the original series was usually pretty terrible[[/labelnote]], but could ''really'' become plot-altering[[labelnote:example]][[http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/images2/6/60/Decepticons_w_galvatron.jpg A very infamous example]] from "Five Faces of Darkness, Part 1" has Galvatron's character model among a crowd of cheering Decepticons as Cyclonus and Astrotrain rescue '''''Galvatron''''' from a lava pool. Also, a lot of PaletteSwap characters exist in this series and they get switched around a lot more with AKOM; if Starscream does something and ''Starscream'' responds to it, which Starscream is really supposed to be his blue repaint Thundercracker?[[/labelnote]].

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** While "Carnage In C-Minor" is often considered to be one of the worst episodes of ''The Transformers'' animation wise. It can't (and doesn't) do their "''quality''" on that series justice. While it's hard to explain ''what'' extreme AKOM's episodes go to without WallsOfText. What '''''is''''' easy to explain are some of the more common errors in their episodes, such as the wrong character model being used (they had a habit of using Grimlock's rounded robot mode head and giving Optimus and Soundwave white backpacks for instance), layers done wrong so that a character will ''disappear "behind" something that's actually behind him'', three shots with a group of characters will have three different versions of the roster, including an Autobot with Decepticons or vice-versa. Season 2 even kept screwing up Devastator's combination. This meant no two versions ever looked the same under AKOM. With none of them had the right Constructicon going into the right place and at times they would omit times, omitting a team member entirely, "The Core" being the most egregious with this issue. And it wasn't just aesthetically displeasing[[labelnote:*]]which is saying something given the quality of the original series was usually pretty terrible[[/labelnote]], but could ''really'' become plot-altering[[labelnote:example]][[http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/images2/6/60/Decepticons_w_galvatron.jpg A very infamous example]] from "Five Faces of Darkness, Part 1" has Galvatron's character model among a crowd of cheering Decepticons as Cyclonus and Astrotrain rescue '''''Galvatron''''' from a lava pool. Also, a lot of PaletteSwap characters exist in this series and they get switched around a lot more with AKOM; if Starscream does something and ''Starscream'' responds to it, which Starscream is really supposed to be his blue repaint Thundercracker?[[/labelnote]].


** While "Carnage In C-Minor" is often considered to be one of the worst episodes of ''The Transformers'' animation wise. It can't (and doesn't) do their "''quality''" on that series justice. While it's hard to explain ''what'' extreme AKOM's episodes go to without WallsOfText. What '''''is''''' easy to explain are some of the more common errors in their episodes, such as the wrong character model being used (they had a habit of using Grimlock's rounded robot mode head and giving Optimus and Soundwave white backpacks for instance), layers done wrong so that a character will ''disappear "behind" something that's actually behind him'', three shots with a group of characters will have three different versions of the roster, including an Autobot with Decepticons or vice-versa. Season 2 even kept screwing up Devastator's combination. This meant no two versions ever looked the same, none of them had the right Constructicon going into the right place and at times they would omit a team member entirely, "The Core" being the most egregious with this issue. And it wasn't just aesthetically displeasing[[labelnote:*]]which is saying something given the quality of the original series was usually pretty terrible[[/labelnote]], but could ''really'' become plot-altering[[labelnote:example]][[http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/images2/6/60/Decepticons_w_galvatron.jpg A very infamous example]] from "Five Faces of Darkness, Part 1" has Galvatron's character model among a crowd of cheering Decepticons as Cyclonus and Astrotrain rescue '''''Galvatron''''' from a lava pool. Also, a lot of PaletteSwap characters exist in this series and they get switched around a lot more with AKOM; if Starscream does something and ''Starscream'' responds to it, which Starscream is really supposed to be his blue repaint Thundercracker?[[/labelnote]].

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** While "Carnage In C-Minor" is often considered to be one of the worst episodes of ''The Transformers'' animation wise. It can't (and doesn't) do their "''quality''" on that series justice. While it's hard to explain ''what'' extreme AKOM's episodes go to without WallsOfText. What '''''is''''' easy to explain are some of the more common errors in their episodes, such as the wrong character model being used (they had a habit of using Grimlock's rounded robot mode head and giving Optimus and Soundwave white backpacks for instance), layers done wrong so that a character will ''disappear "behind" something that's actually behind him'', three shots with a group of characters will have three different versions of the roster, including an Autobot with Decepticons or vice-versa. Season 2 even kept screwing up Devastator's combination. This meant no two versions ever looked the same, same under AKOM. With none of them had the right Constructicon going into the right place and at times they would omit a team member entirely, "The Core" being the most egregious with this issue. And it wasn't just aesthetically displeasing[[labelnote:*]]which is saying something given the quality of the original series was usually pretty terrible[[/labelnote]], but could ''really'' become plot-altering[[labelnote:example]][[http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/images2/6/60/Decepticons_w_galvatron.jpg A very infamous example]] from "Five Faces of Darkness, Part 1" has Galvatron's character model among a crowd of cheering Decepticons as Cyclonus and Astrotrain rescue '''''Galvatron''''' from a lava pool. Also, a lot of PaletteSwap characters exist in this series and they get switched around a lot more with AKOM; if Starscream does something and ''Starscream'' responds to it, which Starscream is really supposed to be his blue repaint Thundercracker?[[/labelnote]].


** While "Carnage In C-Minor" is often considered to be one of the worst episodes of ''The Transformers'' animation wise. It can't (and doesn't) do their "''quality''" on that series justice. While it's hard to explain ''what'' extreme AKOM's episodes go to without WallsOfText. What '''''is''''' easy to explain are some of the more common errors in their episodes, such as the wrong character model being used (they had a habit of using Grimlock's rounded robot mode head and giving Optimus and Soundwave white backpacks for instance), layers done wrong so that a character will ''disappear "behind" something that's actually behind him'', three shots with a group of characters will have three different versions of the roster, including an Autobot with Decepticons or vice-versa. Season 2 even kept screwing up Devastator's combination. This meant no two versions ever looked the same and none of them had the right Constructicon going into the right place or at times omitting a team member entirely, "The Core" being the most egregious with this issue. And it wasn't just aesthetically displeasing[[labelnote:*]]which is certainly saying something given the quality of the original series was usually pretty terrible[[/labelnote]], but could ''really'' become plot-altering[[labelnote:example]][[http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/images2/6/60/Decepticons_w_galvatron.jpg A very infamous example]] from "Five Faces of Darkness, Part 1" has Galvatron's character model among a crowd of cheering Decepticons as Cyclonus rescues '''''Galvatron''''' from lava. Also, a lot of PaletteSwap characters exist in this series and they get switched around a lot more with AKOM; if Starscream does something and ''Starscream'' responds to it, which Starscream is really supposed to be his blue repaint Thundercracker?[[/labelnote]].

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** While "Carnage In C-Minor" is often considered to be one of the worst episodes of ''The Transformers'' animation wise. It can't (and doesn't) do their "''quality''" on that series justice. While it's hard to explain ''what'' extreme AKOM's episodes go to without WallsOfText. What '''''is''''' easy to explain are some of the more common errors in their episodes, such as the wrong character model being used (they had a habit of using Grimlock's rounded robot mode head and giving Optimus and Soundwave white backpacks for instance), layers done wrong so that a character will ''disappear "behind" something that's actually behind him'', three shots with a group of characters will have three different versions of the roster, including an Autobot with Decepticons or vice-versa. Season 2 even kept screwing up Devastator's combination. This meant no two versions ever looked the same and same, none of them had the right Constructicon going into the right place or and at times omitting they would omit a team member entirely, "The Core" being the most egregious with this issue. And it wasn't just aesthetically displeasing[[labelnote:*]]which is certainly saying something given the quality of the original series was usually pretty terrible[[/labelnote]], but could ''really'' become plot-altering[[labelnote:example]][[http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/images2/6/60/Decepticons_w_galvatron.jpg A very infamous example]] from "Five Faces of Darkness, Part 1" has Galvatron's character model among a crowd of cheering Decepticons as Cyclonus rescues and Astrotrain rescue '''''Galvatron''''' from lava.a lava pool. Also, a lot of PaletteSwap characters exist in this series and they get switched around a lot more with AKOM; if Starscream does something and ''Starscream'' responds to it, which Starscream is really supposed to be his blue repaint Thundercracker?[[/labelnote]].


** While "Carnage In C-Minor" is often considered to be one of the worst episodes of ''The Transformers'' animation wise. It can't (and doesn't) do their "''quality''" on that series justice. While it's hard to explain ''what'' extreme AKOM's episodes go to without WallsOfText. What '''''is''''' easy to explain are some of the more common errors in their episodes, such as the wrong character model being used (they had a habit of using Grimlock's rounded robot mode head and giving Optimus and Soundwave white backpacks for instance), layers done wrong so that a character will ''disappear "behind" something that's actually behind him'', three shots with a group of characters will have three different versions of the roster, including an Autobot with Decepticons or vice-versa. Season 2 even kept screwing up Devastator's combination. This meant no two versions ever looked the same and none of them had the right Constructicon going into the right place or at times even omitting a team member entirely, "The Core" being the most egregious with this issue. And it wasn't just aesthetically displeasing[[labelnote:*]]which is certainly saying something given the quality of the original series was usually pretty terrible[[/labelnote]], but could ''really'' become plot-altering[[labelnote:example]][[http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/images2/6/60/Decepticons_w_galvatron.jpg A very infamous example]] from "Five Faces of Darkness, Part 1" has Galvatron's character model among a crowd of cheering Decepticons as Cyclonus rescues '''''Galvatron''''' from lava. Also, a lot of PaletteSwap characters exist in this series and they get switched around a lot more with AKOM; if Starscream does something and ''Starscream'' responds to it, which Starscream is really supposed to be his blue repaint Thundercracker?[[/labelnote]].

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** While "Carnage In C-Minor" is often considered to be one of the worst episodes of ''The Transformers'' animation wise. It can't (and doesn't) do their "''quality''" on that series justice. While it's hard to explain ''what'' extreme AKOM's episodes go to without WallsOfText. What '''''is''''' easy to explain are some of the more common errors in their episodes, such as the wrong character model being used (they had a habit of using Grimlock's rounded robot mode head and giving Optimus and Soundwave white backpacks for instance), layers done wrong so that a character will ''disappear "behind" something that's actually behind him'', three shots with a group of characters will have three different versions of the roster, including an Autobot with Decepticons or vice-versa. Season 2 even kept screwing up Devastator's combination. This meant no two versions ever looked the same and none of them had the right Constructicon going into the right place or at times even omitting a team member entirely, "The Core" being the most egregious with this issue. And it wasn't just aesthetically displeasing[[labelnote:*]]which is certainly saying something given the quality of the original series was usually pretty terrible[[/labelnote]], but could ''really'' become plot-altering[[labelnote:example]][[http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/images2/6/60/Decepticons_w_galvatron.jpg A very infamous example]] from "Five Faces of Darkness, Part 1" has Galvatron's character model among a crowd of cheering Decepticons as Cyclonus rescues '''''Galvatron''''' from lava. Also, a lot of PaletteSwap characters exist in this series and they get switched around a lot more with AKOM; if Starscream does something and ''Starscream'' responds to it, which Starscream is really supposed to be his blue repaint Thundercracker?[[/labelnote]].


** "Carnage In C-Minor" is often considered to be one of the worst episodes of ''The Transformers'', animation wise. Though it can't (and doesn't) do their "''quality''" on that series justice. While it's hard to explain ''what'' extreme AKOM's episodes go to without WallsOfText[[note]]Though while it's generally agreed amongst the fandom that Creator/{{Actas}} [[Anime/TransformersArmada was]] almost as bad. Note that ''Armada'' and ''Energon'' had most of their animation woes due to ''incomplete'' animation being used as Creator/CartoonNetwork rushed the production. Of course the final animation wasn't much better, but that's besides the point.[[/note]]. What '''''is''''' easy to explain are ''some'' of the more common errors, such as the wrong character model being used (they had a habit of using Grimlock's rounded robot mode head and giving Optimus and Soundwave white backpacks for instance), layers done wrong so that a character will ''disappear "behind" something that's actually behind him'', three shots with a group of characters will have three different versions of the roster, including an Autobot with Decepticons or vice-versa. Season two even kept screwing up Devastator's combination: no two versions looked the same, and none of them ''ever'' had the right bot going into the right place, "The Core" being the most egregious with this issue. And it wasn't just aesthetically displeasing, but could ''really'' become plot-altering[[note]][[http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/images2/6/60/Decepticons_w_galvatron.jpg A very infamous example]] from "Five Faces of Darkness, Part 1" has Galvatron amongst a crowd of cheering 'Cons while some others rescue '''''Galvatron''''' from lava. Also, a lot of PaletteSwap characters exist in this series and they get switched around a lot more with AKOM; if Starscream does something and ''Starscream'' responds to it, which Starscream is really supposed to be his blue repaint Thundercracker?[[/note]].

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** While "Carnage In C-Minor" is often considered to be one of the worst episodes of ''The Transformers'', Transformers'' animation wise. Though it It can't (and doesn't) do their "''quality''" on that series justice. While it's hard to explain ''what'' extreme AKOM's episodes go to without WallsOfText[[note]]Though while it's generally agreed amongst the fandom that Creator/{{Actas}} [[Anime/TransformersArmada was]] almost as bad. Note that ''Armada'' and ''Energon'' had most of their animation woes due to ''incomplete'' animation being used as Creator/CartoonNetwork rushed the production. Of course the final animation wasn't much better, but that's besides the point.[[/note]]. WallsOfText. What '''''is''''' easy to explain are ''some'' some of the more common errors, errors in their episodes, such as the wrong character model being used (they had a habit of using Grimlock's rounded robot mode head and giving Optimus and Soundwave white backpacks for instance), layers done wrong so that a character will ''disappear "behind" something that's actually behind him'', three shots with a group of characters will have three different versions of the roster, including an Autobot with Decepticons or vice-versa. Season two 2 even kept screwing up Devastator's combination: combination. This meant no two versions ever looked the same, same and none of them ''ever'' had the right bot Constructicon going into the right place, place or at times even omitting a team member entirely, "The Core" being the most egregious with this issue. And it wasn't just aesthetically displeasing, displeasing[[labelnote:*]]which is certainly saying something given the quality of the original series was usually pretty terrible[[/labelnote]], but could ''really'' become plot-altering[[note]][[http://tfwiki.plot-altering[[labelnote:example]][[http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/images2/6/60/Decepticons_w_galvatron.jpg A very infamous example]] from "Five Faces of Darkness, Part 1" has Galvatron amongst Galvatron's character model among a crowd of cheering 'Cons while some others rescue Decepticons as Cyclonus rescues '''''Galvatron''''' from lava. Also, a lot of PaletteSwap characters exist in this series and they get switched around a lot more with AKOM; if Starscream does something and ''Starscream'' responds to it, which Starscream is really supposed to be his blue repaint Thundercracker?[[/note]].Thundercracker?[[/labelnote]].


* ''Film/{{Aliens}}'' - Produced (now lost) animation for several toy commercials in the 90s.

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* ''Film/{{Aliens}}'' - Produced (now lost) unused animation sequences for several toy commercials in the 90s.


* ''Magic Sport

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* ''Magic SportSport''

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