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* ExecutiveMeddling: The episode "Feast of Alvis" was supposed to be a straight-up ChristmasEpisode... until the executives rejected it. Jesus was then replaced with Alvis, [[Administrivia/TropesAreTools the worship of whom served to make Murphy look that much crazier]].

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** "Bebop Cola" was originally called "Jazz Cola", until the legal team found out an actual cola company had the rights to the name, and altered it to avoid legal issues.
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The episode "Feast of Alvis" was supposed to be a straight-up ChristmasEpisode... until the executives rejected it. Jesus was then replaced with Alvis, [[Administrivia/TropesAreTools the worship of whom served to make Murphy look that much crazier]].

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* DVDCommentary: Present in all four seasons, although they did little to elaborate on production, but were there for additional jokes. Season 3 had a particularly memorable one called the "Commentary of Hatred" where blogger Karl Olson rips the episode "Tornado Shanks" (widely believed to be the beginning of the show's SeasonalRot) apart.


* ChannelHop: It aired its first three episodes on Creator/CartoonNetwork at early morning graveyard slots in late 2000. When Creator/AdultSwim first debuted in 2001, it moved there as it fit their demographics (it somewhat fits considering that Adult Swim has been considered a separate network for ratings purposes since 2005).

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* ChannelHop: It aired its first three episodes on Creator/CartoonNetwork at early morning graveyard slots in late 2000. When Creator/AdultSwim first debuted in 2001, it moved there as it fit their demographics (it somewhat fits considering that as Adult Swim has been considered a separate network for ratings purposes since 2005).


* ChannelHop: Sort of. It aired its first three episodes on Creator/CartoonNetwork at early morning graveyard slots in late 2000. When Creator/AdultSwim first debuted in 2001, it moved there as it fit their demographics. So it wasn't really much of a channel hop for the show as it was for the channel.

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* ChannelHop: Sort of. It aired its first three episodes on Creator/CartoonNetwork at early morning graveyard slots in late 2000. When Creator/AdultSwim first debuted in 2001, it moved there as it fit their demographics. So it wasn't really much of demographics (it somewhat fits considering that Adult Swim has been considered a channel hop separate network for the show as it was for the channel.ratings purposes since 2005).


* ChannelHop: Sort of. It aired its first three episodes on Creator/CartoonNetwork at early morning graveyard slots in late 2000. When Creator/AdultSwim first debuted in 2001, it moved there as it fit their demographics. So it wasn't really much of a channel hop as it was a time slot hop.

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* ChannelHop: Sort of. It aired its first three episodes on Creator/CartoonNetwork at early morning graveyard slots in late 2000. When Creator/AdultSwim first debuted in 2001, it moved there as it fit their demographics. So it wasn't really much of a channel hop for the show as it was a time slot hop.for the channel.

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* ChannelHop: Sort of. It aired its first three episodes on Creator/CartoonNetwork at early morning graveyard slots in late 2000. When Creator/AdultSwim first debuted in 2001, it moved there as it fit their demographics. So it wasn't really much of a channel hop as it was a time slot hop.


* ExecutiveMeddling: The episode "Feast of Alvis" was supposed to be a straight-up ChristmasEpisode... until the executives rejected it. Jesus was then replaced with Alvis, [[TropesAreNotBad the worship of whom served to make Murphy look that much crazier]].

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* ExecutiveMeddling: The episode "Feast of Alvis" was supposed to be a straight-up ChristmasEpisode... until the executives rejected it. Jesus was then replaced with Alvis, [[TropesAreNotBad [[Administrivia/TropesAreTools the worship of whom served to make Murphy look that much crazier]].


* ActorAllusion: In one scene of "Murphy Murph and the Feng Shei Bunch", Marco wears a {{Chips}} helmet.

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* ActorAllusion: In one scene of "Murphy Murph and the Feng Shei Bunch", Marco wears a {{Chips}} Series/{{Chips}} helmet.


* ExecutiveMeddling: The episode "Feast of Alvis" was supposed to be a straight-up ChristmasEpisode... until the executives rejected it. Jesus was then replaced with Alvis, the worship of whom served to make Murphy look that much crazier.

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* ExecutiveMeddling: The episode "Feast of Alvis" was supposed to be a straight-up ChristmasEpisode... until the executives rejected it. Jesus was then replaced with Alvis, [[TropesAreNotBad the worship of whom served to make Murphy look that much crazier.crazier]].


* ActorAllusion: In one scene of "Murphy Murph and the Feng Shei Bunch", Marco wears a {{Chips}} helmet.* MarthDebutedInSmashBros: The original series (Sealab 2020) never aired outside the U.S., so all dubs of ''Sealab 2021'' suffer from this.

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* ActorAllusion: In one scene of "Murphy Murph and the Feng Shei Bunch", Marco wears a {{Chips}} helmet.* MarthDebutedInSmashBros: The original series (Sealab 2020) never aired outside the U.S., so all dubs of ''Sealab 2021'' suffer from this.


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* MarthDebutedInSmashBros: The original series (Sealab 2020) never aired outside the U.S., so all dubs of ''Sealab 2021'' suffer from this.


* MarthDebutedInSmashBros: The original series (Sealab 2020) never aired outside the U.S., so all dubs of ''Sealab 2021'' suffer from this.

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* ActorAllusion: In one scene of "Murphy Murph and the Feng Shei Bunch", Marco wears a {{Chips}} helmet.* MarthDebutedInSmashBros: The original series (Sealab 2020) never aired outside the U.S., so all dubs of ''Sealab 2021'' suffer from this.this.
* ExecutiveMeddling: The episode "Feast of Alvis" was supposed to be a straight-up ChristmasEpisode... until the executives rejected it. Jesus was then replaced with Alvis, the worship of whom served to make Murphy look that much crazier.
-->'''Sparks''': Your "lord"? It's a baby ''with a freaking gun, roasting over a flood light!''
* PromotedFanboy: mcheshpants420, a member of the Creator/AdultSwim message board, who wound up writing "Fusebox" and "Dearly Beloved Seed". It's generally theorized that this is mc chris, one of the writers on the show and the voice of Hesh, simply mocking the fans.


* MarthDebutedInSmashBros: The original series (Sealab 2020) never aired outside the U.S., so all dubs of ''Sealab 2021'' suffer from this.

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* MarthDebutedInSmashBros: The original series (Sealab 2020) never aired outside the U.S., so all dubs of ''Sealab 2021'' suffer from this.this.
* ThrowItIn: Aside from the HilariousOuttakes that sometimes play over the end credits, several lines throughout the series appear to be lines from the recording studio where the actor was talking to the director or otherwise cracking up. Debbie Love seems to get quite a few of these, and one particularly odd one involves Stormy, sounding unusually eloquent, arguing about whether the line should be "sticking a staple in their eye" rather than "sticking a stapler in their eye", finishing with "maybe I'm being too literal, I mean, this is a cartoon."


* MarthDebutedInSmashBros: Since the original series (Sealab 2020) was never exported outside the U.S. due to its failure in his home country, all the foreign language dubs suffers about this.

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* MarthDebutedInSmashBros: Since the The original series (Sealab 2020) was never exported aired outside the U.S. due to its failure in his home country, , so all the foreign language dubs suffers about of ''Sealab 2021'' suffer from this.

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