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* MamaBear: [[MrSeahorse Brad]] in one episode is shown to have huge maternal instinct for his alien baby.

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* MamaBear: [[MrSeahorse [[MisterSeahorse Brad]] in one episode is shown to have huge maternal instinct for his alien baby.





** One episode has the crew going to an ion cloud in order to advance. However, since those ions are so powerful, they are given the scientific term "[[Franchise/TheLionKing The Ion King]]".

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** One episode has the crew going to an ion cloud in order to advance. However, since those ions are so powerful, they are given the scientific term "[[Franchise/TheLionKing "[[WesternAnimation/TheLionKing1994 The Ion King]]".


** One episode has the crew going to an ion cloud in order to advance. However, since those ions are so powerful, they are given the scientific term "[[Disney/TheLionKing The Ion King]]".

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** One episode has the crew going to an ion cloud in order to advance. However, since those ions are so powerful, they are given the scientific term "[[Disney/TheLionKing "[[Franchise/TheLionKing The Ion King]]".


*** This happens often enough in the series that Brad once [[ReflexiveResponse fell down on command]] after the captain only said the line, without having striked him.

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*** This happens often enough in the series that Brad once [[ReflexiveResponse fell down on command]] after the captain only said the line, without having striked struck him.


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** Whenever a crewmember pushes the Captain's BerserkButton (usually when Pétrolia breaks the "no inventions" rule) and makes him angry enough to start shouting, the scene cuts to [[RelaxOVision a shot of a log in a fireplace with soothing music and a warning that the Captain's anger is too violent for the audience to witness]].


* FromZeroToHero: At his first appearance, Flavien is even dumber than Bob and is listed as the less important man on the ship in importance AND utility. At the end of the series and in the movies, he’s an heroic and reasonable Second officer.



* ZeroToHero : At his first appearance, Flavien is even dumber than Bob and is listed as the less important man on the ship in importance AND utility. At the end of the series and in the movies, he’s an heroic and reasonable Second officer.
** When he saves the Captain in the first season finale, he’s already becoming into an underconfident [[NiceGuy good guy]] and promising crewman.
** From the second season, he’s way smarter than his flanderized friend Bob and ultimately becomes necessary for having Bob piloting well.
** His nearly SuperSenses are explained in season 4 by his newly discovered [[HalfHumanHybrid half-alien nature]] and come with [[NewPowersAsThePlotDemands a then unknown superior physical strength]].
** By The movies he simply can't die.

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* StockScream: These are heard occasionally, with Serge being the most likely to use them.

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* HereWeGoAgain: Shortly after dealing with the matter of Captain Romano Fafard's invasion of the ship and Flavien learning that he's not his father (due to mismatching shoe sizes), Bob arrives with a pizza box coming from a deliveryman ghost that he, Flavien and Serge [[BrickJoke were trying to summon at the start of the episode]]. Everyone except the Captain immediately decides to track him down, despite the Captain's insistence to ignore the pizza.


* ProperlyParanoid: Flavien once got suspicious of the [[HonestJohnsDealership planet salesman Réal Estate]], even when looking at his ad before they meet up with him, leading to arguing with the captain about the offer for the planet Eden being too good to be true. Sure enough, [[spoiler: it turns out that its plant life has a high level of radioactivity, which the crew learned about after Bob had the misfortune of eating one of its fruits]].

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* ProperlyParanoid: Flavien once got suspicious of the [[HonestJohnsDealership planet salesman Réal Estate]], even when looking at his ad before they meet up with him, leading to arguing with the captain about the offer for the planet Eden being too good to be true. Sure enough, [[spoiler: it turns out that its Eden's plant life has a high level of radioactivity, which the crew learned about after Bob had the misfortune of eating one of its fruits]].


-->'''Bob: He is a robot. And uh, he is nice. To sum him up I'd say he is a nice robot. [[GoodIsDumb That's why I'm gonna vote to save him]].

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-->'''Bob: -->'''Bob''': He is a robot. And uh, he is nice. To sum him up I'd say he is a nice robot. [[GoodIsDumb That's why I'm gonna vote to save him]].


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* ProperlyParanoid: Flavien once got suspicious of the [[HonestJohnsDealership planet salesman Réal Estate]], even when looking at his ad before they meet up with him, leading to arguing with the captain about the offer for the planet Eden being too good to be true. Sure enough, [[spoiler: it turns out that its plant life has a high level of radioactivity, which the crew learned about after Bob had the misfortune of eating one of its fruits]].


* BottleEpisode: Much like its [[Series/StarTrek template]], many episodes take place solely within the Romano-Fafard, with planet exploration often happening [[TakeOurWordForIt off-screen]]. Season 1 in particular is comprised entirely of these.

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* BottleEpisode: Much like its [[Series/StarTrek [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries template]], many episodes take place solely within the Romano-Fafard, with planet exploration often happening [[TakeOurWordForIt off-screen]]. Season 1 in particular is comprised entirely of these.


The premise is similar to that of ''Series/LostInSpace''. In the year 2034, the Earth has become so polluted it will soon be unable to sustain human life. The World Federation pulls its resources together and sends the spaceship Romano-Fafard and a crew of seven to find a habitable planet for humanity. However, not long into the first episode, the crew is informed that there are no habitable planets in the Milky Way Galaxy, and they will have to venture outside the Galaxy, effectively rendering all communications with Earth impossible. In their travels, the crew members explore far-flung new worlds (including [[PlanetOfHats a Casino planet named O'Vegas, a planet covered with nothing but telephone poles and another planet filled with dogs]]) and meet odd (if sometimes inexplicable) characters (including Réal Estate, a planet salesman; a Sith lord; and even the devil himself).

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The premise is similar to that of ''Series/LostInSpace''. In in the year 2034, the Earth has become so polluted it will soon be unable to sustain human life. The World Federation pulls its resources together and sends the spaceship Romano-Fafard and a crew of seven to find a habitable planet for humanity. However, not long into the first episode, the crew is informed that there are no habitable planets in the Milky Way Galaxy, and they will have to venture outside the Galaxy, effectively rendering all communications with Earth impossible. In their travels, the crew members explore far-flung new worlds (including [[PlanetOfHats a Casino planet named O'Vegas, a planet covered with nothing but telephone poles and another planet filled with dogs]]) and meet odd (if sometimes inexplicable) characters (including Réal Estate, a planet salesman; a Sith lord; and even the devil himself).


''Dans une galaxie près de chez vous'' (''In A Galaxy Near You''), abbreviated as ''Dans une galaxie'', ''DUG'' or ''DUGPDCV'', is a cult French-Canadian series parodying the sci-fi genre, most notably ''Franchise/StarTrek''. It was written by Claude Legault and Pierre-Yves Bernard. The series is first and foremost a comedic show filled with absurd humor, but has its moments of heart-rending drama and serious, if not slightly anvilicious, [[GreenAesop environmental message]].

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''Dans une galaxie près de chez vous'' (''In A Galaxy Near You''), abbreviated as ''Dans une galaxie'', ''DUG'' or ''DUGPDCV'', is a cult French-Canadian series parodying the sci-fi genre, most notably ''Franchise/StarTrek''.''Franchise/StarTrek'' and ''Series/LostInSpace''. It was written by Claude Legault and Pierre-Yves Bernard. The series is first and foremost a comedic show filled with absurd humor, but has its moments of heart-rending drama and serious, if not slightly anvilicious, [[GreenAesop environmental message]].


* BrilliantButLazy: Brad, the ship's original designer and engineer. While he can basically build or repair anything as the story requires, he only does the absolute strict minimum amount of work out of laziness and greed.

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* BreadEggsBreadedEggs: When Brad asks Bob's opinion on Serge when the crew has to vote if they either save him or continue on their mission without the delay.
-->'''Bob: He is a robot. And uh, he is nice. To sum him up I'd say he is a nice robot. [[GoodIsDumb That's why I'm gonna vote to save him]].
* BrilliantButLazy: Brad, the ship's original designer and engineer. While he can basically build or repair anything as the story requires, he only does the absolute strict minimum amount of work out of laziness and greed. He made a portable cloning machine and only uses it because he needs a slave to do chores.



* ClonesArePeopleToo: When an alien woman plans on cloning the crew and use them as attraction for a zoo, her attempt to shrug it as not being them for real fall into deaf ears as the Captain still won't accept copies of them being used as slaves and animals. Averted however with the clone of Brad that got mixed with a Ricky Martin CD (ItMakesSenseInContext) as the Captain considers it a surreal being and Brad said he'll preserve the genetic code in memoriam as turn him back to a virtual state.

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* ClonesArePeopleToo: When an alien woman plans on cloning the crew and use them as attraction for a zoo, her attempt to shrug it as not being them for real fall into deaf ears as the Captain still won't accept copies of them being used as slaves and animals. Averted however with the clone of Brad that got mixed with a Ricky Martin CD (ItMakesSenseInContext) as the Captain considers it a surreal being and Brad said he'll preserve the genetic code in memoriam as they turn him back to into a virtual state.state. Human cloning has been outlawed on Earth for unspecified reason.



'''Captain:''' Anarchy! Devils\\

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'''Captain:''' Anarchy! Devils\\Devils!\\



* DumbMuscle: Falbo acts like an hyperactive teenager and has a reputation of being Earth's most terrifying mercenary.

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* DumbMuscle: Falbo acts like an hyperactive teenager and has a reputation of being Earth's most terrifying mercenary. He made a tank say uncle.


* MundaneMadeAwesome: What does the Devil intend to do with the crew if they don't comply to his demands? Put them in the blender and press '3'.

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* MundaneMadeAwesome: What does the Devil intend to do with the crew if they don't comply to his demands? Put them in the blender and press '3'. Which, according to Bob, is ''purée''.


* ShoutOut: Pretty much to ANYTHING related to Science Fiction, but mostly Star Trek.

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* ShoutOut: Pretty much to ANYTHING related to Science Fiction, but mostly Star Trek.''Franchise/StarTrek''.



** One episode is about an asteroid the size of Saskatchewan about to collide with Earth, [[DirtyCoward Brad]] refuses to do something about it ad assume Earth can defend itself by sending [[Film/{{Armageddon}} Bruce Willis]] or something.
** One episode has the crew going to an ion cloud in order to advance. However since those ions are so powerful they are given the scientific term "[[Disney/TheLionKing The Ion King]]".
-->'''Crew:''' Hakuna matata.

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** One episode is about an asteroid the size of Saskatchewan about to collide with Earth, Earth. [[DirtyCoward Brad]] refuses to do something about it ad assume and assumes Earth can defend itself by sending [[Film/{{Armageddon}} Bruce Willis]] or something.
** One episode has the crew going to an ion cloud in order to advance. However However, since those ions are so powerful powerful, they are given the scientific term "[[Disney/TheLionKing The Ion King]]".
-->'''Crew:''' Hakuna matata.HakunaMatata.


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** When they discovered a planet named O’Vegas, the Captain has an inner monologue where he asks some existential questions… [[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers and some that are not so existential]]:
-->'''Captain''': Have we finally found the planet we’ve been looking for? Will we save the human race? Who are we, and why? Literature/WheresWaldo Film/{{Who framed Roger Rabbit}}?

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