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* RealityEnsues:
** Inciting panic is usually a major felony in most places. Kaz and Synara nearly get arrested for attempting to pull the pirate alarm before the monster actually appears.
** A sea creature is going to smell bad.


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* SurprisinglyRealisticOutcome:
** Inciting panic is usually a major felony in most places. Kaz and Synara nearly get arrested for attempting to pull the pirate alarm before the monster actually appears.
** A sea creature is going to smell bad.


* BlackComedy: At the end, Kaz tries to cheer Neeku up buying him a gorg for a pet. Except Kaz forgot that gorgs are considered a delicacy on the Colossus. As such, Neeku immediately eats the poor creature as soon as he sees it. However, it did have the intended effect.

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* BlackComedy: BlackComedyAnimalCruelty: At the end, Kaz tries to cheer Neeku up buying him a gorg for a pet. Except Kaz forgot that gorgs are considered a delicacy on the Colossus. As such, Neeku immediately eats the poor creature alive as soon as he sees it. However, it did have the intended effect.

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* {{Facepalm}}: Yeager facepalms upon seeing Bibo for the first time.
-->'''Yeager''': No pets!


* DidWeJustHaveTeaWithChtulhu: Biboís mother seems poised to attack Neeku, but to Tamís surprise just appreciatively takes the baby.

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* DidWeJustHaveTeaWithChtulhu: DidWeJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu: Biboís mother seems poised to attack Neeku, but to Tamís surprise just appreciatively takes the baby.


* DidWeJustHaveTeaWithChtulu: Biboís mother seems poised to attack Neeku, but to Tamís surprise just appreciatively takes the baby.

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* DidWeJustHaveTeaWithChtulu: DidWeJustHaveTeaWithChtulhu: Biboís mother seems poised to attack Neeku, but to Tamís surprise just appreciatively takes the baby.

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* DidWeJustHaveTeaWithChtulu: Biboís mother seems poised to attack Neeku, but to Tamís surprise just appreciatively takes the baby.


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* GenreBlind: The often used MonsterIsAMommy plot will dawn on the viewer long before the characters catch on; Neeku eventually catches on though, stating that it was obvious the whole time in his EurekaMoment.
** Tam in particular assumes that Bibo is the monsterís prey. Not a terrible guess but wrong all the same.


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* TheReveal: It appears that Eila is Force-sensitive, something not hinted at in the childrenís debut episode.


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* ShootTheDog: Several Colossus citizens demand Neeku do this to Bibo. He refuses, only to then realize Bibo was never in any harm anyway.

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* GiganticAdultsTinyBabies: The difference between Bibo, who is small enough to be comfortably carried in Neeku's arms, and his mother, who is practically as large as the Colossus, is pretty dramatic.


** Just as in most places in real life, inciting a panic is a felony. Kaz and Synara nearly get arrested for attempting to pull the pirate alarm before the monster actually appears.

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** Just as in most places in real life, inciting a Inciting panic is usually a felony.major felony in most places. Kaz and Synara nearly get arrested for attempting to pull the pirate alarm before the monster actually appears.


At the repair shop, no one else is enamoured with Bibo, since he eats anything and keeps getting loose and causing trouble... not to mention the atrocious smell. Yeager eventually gives Neeku an ultimatum: if Bibo causes trouble one more time, he goes. Kaz heads back to the salvagers to see if Synara has another stabilizer, since the one they got from the Z-95 was corroded, and unknowing;y interrupts her talking to her boss, Kragan. He informs Synara that he's found out that the two pilots who rescued her were members of the Resistance, and shows her an image from a security camera, with two humans and two droids shrouded in darkness and steam. Synara studies the image, but finds it hard to recognize anyone in the picture, and is forced to switch off her comlink when she hears Kaz approaching. She invites him along on her last salvaging run of the day.

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At the repair shop, no one else is enamoured with Bibo, since he eats anything and keeps getting loose and causing trouble... not to mention the atrocious smell. Yeager eventually gives Neeku an ultimatum: if Bibo causes trouble one more time, he goes. Kaz heads back to the salvagers to see if Synara has another stabilizer, since the one they got from the Z-95 was corroded, and unknowing;y unknowingly interrupts her talking to her boss, Kragan. He informs Synara that he's found out that the two pilots who rescued her were members of the Resistance, and shows her an image from a security camera, with two humans and two droids shrouded in darkness and steam. Synara studies the image, but finds it hard to recognize anyone in the picture, and is forced to switch off her comlink when she hears Kaz approaching. She invites him along on her last salvaging run of the day.

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* ADayInTheLimelight: This episode is one for Neeku, and for once, Kaz doesn't cause any of the problems in this episode.


** Just as in most places in real life, inciting a panic is a felony. Kaz and Synara nearly get arrested before the monster actually appears.

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** Just as in most places in real life, inciting a panic is a felony. Kaz and Synara nearly get arrested for attempting to pull the pirate alarm before the monster actually appears.


* BlackComedy: At the end of episode, Kaz tries to cheer Neeku up buying him a gorg for a pet. Except Kaz forgot that gorgs are considered a delicacy on the Colossus. As such, Neeku immediately eats the poor creature as soon as he sees it. However, it did have the intended effect.

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* BlackComedy: At the end of episode, end, Kaz tries to cheer Neeku up buying him a gorg for a pet. Except Kaz forgot that gorgs are considered a delicacy on the Colossus. As such, Neeku immediately eats the poor creature as soon as he sees it. However, it did have the intended effect.

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* BlackComedy: At the end of episode, Kaz tries to cheer Neeku up buying him a gorg for a pet. Except Kaz forgot that gorgs are considered a delicacy on the Colossus. As such, Neeku immediately eats the poor creature as soon as he sees it. However, it did have the intended effect.


Kaz and Neeku arrive at the salvage docks, where Synara San has just pulled up the wreckage of a Z-95 Headhunter from the Clone Wars which could have parts useful for the ''Fireball''. However, there's also something else inside: a small, extremely smelly creature that Neeku is instantly enamored with, although Kaz and Synara are {{squick}}ed. Adopting the creature as his pet, Neeku dubs it "Bibo".

At the repair shop, no one else is enamoured with Bibo, since he eats anything and keeps getting loose and causing trouble... not to mention the atrocious smell. Yeager eventually gives Neeku an ultimatum: if Bibo causes trouble one more time, he goes. Kaz heads back to the salvagers to see if Synara has another stabilizer, since the one they got from the Z-95 was corroded, and unknowing interrupts her talking to her boss, Kragan. He informs Synara that he's found out that the two pilots who rescued her were members of the Resistance, and shows her an image from a security camera, with two humans and two droids shrouded in darkness and steam. Synara studies the image, but finds it hard to recognize anyone in the picture, and is forced to switch off her comlink when she hears Kaz approaching. She invites him along on her last salvaging run of the day.

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Kaz and Neeku arrive at the salvage docks, where Synara San has just pulled up the wreckage of a Z-95 Headhunter from the Clone Wars which could have parts useful for the ''Fireball''. However, there's also something else inside: a small, extremely smelly creature that Neeku is instantly enamored with, although Kaz and Synara are {{squick}}ed. Adopting the creature as his pet, Neeku dubs it "Bibo".

At the repair shop, no one else is enamoured with Bibo, since he eats anything and keeps getting loose and causing trouble... not to mention the atrocious smell. Yeager eventually gives Neeku an ultimatum: if Bibo causes trouble one more time, he goes. Kaz heads back to the salvagers to see if Synara has another stabilizer, since the one they got from the Z-95 was corroded, and unknowing unknowing;y interrupts her talking to her boss, Kragan. He informs Synara that he's found out that the two pilots who rescued her were members of the Resistance, and shows her an image from a security camera, with two humans and two droids shrouded in darkness and steam. Synara studies the image, but finds it hard to recognize anyone in the picture, and is forced to switch off her comlink when she hears Kaz approaching. She invites him along on her last salvaging run of the day.

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* AllThereInTheManual: Courtesy of "Bucket's List", Bibo's species is called rokkna, and Synara found the wreckage he was inside at a place called the Karavian Trench.

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