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** She's half-Cloudian? I'm not too sure what you mean by this question.

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** It's quite obviously based on classic movie tropes such as Film/HighschoolTheMusical.


** There are also multiple instances where characters watch someone warp, and they physically disappear. Where do they go?
** According to the explanation given, the warper switches minds with another version of themselves in another universe. Which would mean that every time they warped to escape the Gogol Empire or a certain death scenario, another Dandy and crew are warping ''into'' whatever situation the first Dandy and crew are warping out of?
** The explanation indicates that there is no physical movement occurring. So, how does this technology continue to exist if, from the perspective of anyone watching, nothing happens?
** So if someone goes to use the warp transit, do they just sit there for a second and then walk out acting like they just appeared from somewhere else?

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** There are also multiple instances where characters watch someone warp, and they physically disappear. Where do they go?
go? Some people theorize that the outgoing warper's mass is used to power the warp to explain this, but if that's the case then where does the mind of the incoming warper go? You can't switch with what isn't there.
** According to the explanation given, the warper switches minds with another version of themselves in another universe. Which would Wouldn't that mean that every time they warped to escape the Gogol Empire or a certain death scenario, another Dandy and crew are warping ''into'' whatever situation the first Dandy and crew are warping out of?
** The explanation indicates that there is no physical movement occurring. So, how does this technology continue to exist if, from the perspective of anyone watching, nothing happens?
** So if
happens? If someone goes to use the warp transit, do they just sit there for a second and then walk out acting like they just appeared from somewhere else?else? Shouldn't it have been scrapped after the first test run when nothing appeared to happen?


** You're missing part of the explanation from the ep, that when someone wraps they wrap into another universe that is the most similar to their original universe. So all the wrap jumps they did, would have been to universes where they were chasing after the alien.

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** You're missing part of the explanation from the ep, that when someone wraps they wrap into another universe that is the most similar to their original universe. So all the wrap warp jumps they did, would have been to universes where they were chasing after the alien.
alien.
** There are also multiple instances where characters watch someone warp, and they physically disappear. Where do they go?
** According to the explanation given, the warper switches minds with another version of themselves in another universe. Which would mean that every time they warped to escape the Gogol Empire or a certain death scenario, another Dandy and crew are warping ''into'' whatever situation the first Dandy and crew are warping out of?
** The explanation indicates that there is no physical movement occurring. So, how does this technology continue to exist if, from the perspective of anyone watching, nothing happens?
** So if someone goes to use the warp transit, do they just sit there for a second and then walk out acting like they just appeared from somewhere else?

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** The people at the bottom of the ladder are the people who are too nervous to sing in public. They just needed a little push from Dandy to gain the courage to show off what they’ve got. (And I’m not talking about Freckle’s Booty!)


* Around the end, Dandy calls out to Scarlet, and as Scarlet turns around to look, a train passes by, preventing Scarlet from seeing Dandy. However, even after the train passes, Scarlet is still looking behind her, and Dandy has barely moved an inch. Yet for some reason, Scarlet is still unable to see Dandy. They try to hide this plot hole with clever camera angles, but once they're both turned around again the camera goes back to normal and we see that they weren't that far from each other, so Scarlet s should have been able to clearly see Dandy.

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* Around the end, Dandy calls out to Scarlet, and as Scarlet turns around to look, a train passes by, preventing Scarlet from seeing Dandy. However, even after the train passes, Scarlet is still looking behind her, and Dandy has barely moved an inch. Yet for some reason, Scarlet is still unable to see Dandy. They try to hide this plot hole with clever camera angles, but once they're both turned around again the camera goes back to normal and we see that they weren't that far from each other, so Scarlet s should have been able to clearly see Dandy.


* Around the end, Dandy calls out to Scarlet, and as Scarlet turns around to look, a train passes by, preventing Scarlet from seeing Dandy. However, even after the train passes, Scarlet is still looking behind her, and Dandy has barely moved an inch. Yet for some reason, Scarlet is still unable to see Dandy. They try to hide this plot hole with clever camera angles, but once they're both turned around again the camera goes back to normal and we see that they weren't that far from each other.

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* Around the end, Dandy calls out to Scarlet, and as Scarlet turns around to look, a train passes by, preventing Scarlet from seeing Dandy. However, even after the train passes, Scarlet is still looking behind her, and Dandy has barely moved an inch. Yet for some reason, Scarlet is still unable to see Dandy. They try to hide this plot hole with clever camera angles, but once they're both turned around again the camera goes back to normal and we see that they weren't that far from each other.other, so Scarlet s should have been able to clearly see Dandy.


* Around the end, Dandy calls out to Scarlet, and as Scarlet turns around to look, a train passes by, preventing Scarlet from seeing Dandy.
However, even after the train passes, Scarlet is still looking behind her, and Dandy has barely moved an inch. Yet for some reason, Scarlet is still unable to see Dandy. They try to hide this plot hole with clever camera angles, but once they're both turned around again the camera goes back to normal and we see that they weren't that far from each other.

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* Around the end, Dandy calls out to Scarlet, and as Scarlet turns around to look, a train passes by, preventing Scarlet from seeing Dandy. \n However, even after the train passes, Scarlet is still looking behind her, and Dandy has barely moved an inch. Yet for some reason, Scarlet is still unable to see Dandy. They try to hide this plot hole with clever camera angles, but once they're both turned around again the camera goes back to normal and we see that they weren't that far from each other.



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[[folder:Episode 23: Lovers Are Trendy, Baby]]
* Around the end, Dandy calls out to Scarlet, and as Scarlet turns around to look, a train passes by, preventing Scarlet from seeing Dandy.
However, even after the train passes, Scarlet is still looking behind her, and Dandy has barely moved an inch. Yet for some reason, Scarlet is still unable to see Dandy. They try to hide this plot hole with clever camera angles, but once they're both turned around again the camera goes back to normal and we see that they weren't that far from each other.

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[[folder:Episode 17: The New Transfer Student Is Dandy, Baby]]
* If the social hierarchy of Baberly Hills is based entirely on singing and dancing ability, why would it still end up looking like a traditional high school clique cliche with cheerleaders and jocks at the top and nerds at the bottom? Humor and parody aside, it should have little bearing on anyone's standing if all they need to do is be musically gifted; especially since we've seen Freckles has a great voice and dancing skills (that are honestly better than some of the jocks and queen bee groupies), she should land near the top automatically.
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** You're missing part of the explanation from the ep, that when someone wraps they wrap into another universe that is the most similar to their original universe. So all the wrap jumps they did, would have been to universes where they were chasing after the alien.


How did the baseball get exposed to pyonium?
For that matter, they never explained why Dandy was at the victim's house.

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How *How did the baseball get exposed to pyonium?
For **For that matter, they never explained why Dandy was at the victim's house.
***For the first one, it's never stated, but it could easily be the same way the calendar in "There's Always Tomorrow, Baby" managed to get exposed (that is, by a blast not intentionally directed towards the object). As for the second, he was intending to capture the victim for a bounty, as stated multiple times.

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** Considering he was playing both sides and planning on taking the pyonium for himself, its likely he kept that information hidden from his superiors until the last minute.

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