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* RealSongThemeTune: Subverted. The intro begins with a classical regal tune, before becoming [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic a rock version of it.]]





* CrossesTheLineTwice: Have an example: The ''first two episodes'' have Prince Karl-Philip and Daniel Westling disguising themselves as a grandfather clock to get into the headquarters of ''Hey Baberiba''. It's revealed the cast of this show are [[spoiler: robots, and tie up Daniel Westling to be crushed by a slowly advancing ''waffle iron''.]] Meanwhile, the King listens to some reggae music and smokes.


* RealSongThemeTune: Subverted. The intro begins with a classical regal tune, before becoming [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome a rock version of it.]]

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* RealSongThemeTune: Subverted. The intro begins with a classical regal tune, before becoming [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic a rock version of it.]]


Alright, well, ''Superprinsen'' (literally ''The Super Prince'') is a Swedish animated comedy webseries about the royal family. It was created in 2010 and premiered on March 25th, starring animated versions of Victoria (No, [[QueenVicky not that Victoria]] -- the Swedish princess) and her suitor, Daniel Westling, in the events leading up to their wedding.

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Alright, well, ''Superprinsen'' (literally ''The Super Prince'') is a Swedish animated comedy webseries about the royal family. It was created in 2010 and premiered on March 25th, starring animated versions of Victoria (No, [[QueenVicky [[UsefulNotes/QueenVictoria not that Victoria]] -- the Swedish princess) and her suitor, Daniel Westling, in the events leading up to their wedding.


* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: Heavily subverted with Otto, the King's monkey (who he hired to write speeches), who is also an alcoholic.

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* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: Heavily subverted Subverted with Otto, the King's monkey (who he hired to write speeches), who is also an alcoholic.


* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: An animated DolphLundgren appears on a Segway in episode 2, [[spoiler: to help Daniel from a giant waffle iron]].

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: An animated DolphLundgren Creator/DolphLundgren appears on a Segway in episode 2, [[spoiler: to help Daniel from a giant waffle iron]].


Describe ''{{Superprinsen}}'' here.

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Describe ''{{Superprinsen}}'' ''WebAnimation/{{Superprinsen}}'' here.


* CatchPhrase: Daniel Westling's [[MyNameIsNotDurwood "Don't call me 'weasel'"]] (which, despite his [[InsistentTerminology insistence]], everyone calls him anyway), the King's "I have a ''genial'' plan" and "To the [[{{Thememobile}} Bernamobile!"]] (which is simply a fairly nondescript car), and Prince Karl-Philip's "When ''I'm'' king, [[MadLibsCatchPhrase I'll (X)!]]"

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* CatchPhrase: Daniel Westling's [[MyNameIsNotDurwood [[AccidentalMisnaming "Don't call me 'weasel'"]] (which, despite his [[InsistentTerminology insistence]], everyone calls him anyway), the King's "I have a ''genial'' plan" and "To the [[{{Thememobile}} Bernamobile!"]] (which is simply a fairly nondescript car), and Prince Karl-Philip's "When ''I'm'' king, [[MadLibsCatchPhrase I'll (X)!]]"


* CatchPhrase: Daniel Westling's [[MyNameIsNotDurwood "Don't call me 'weasel'"]] (which, despite his [[InsistentTerminology insistence]], everyone calls him anyway), the King's "I have a ''genial'' plan" and "To the [[TropeMobile Bernamobile!"]] (which is simply a fairly nondescript car), and Prince Karl-Philip's "When ''I'm'' king, [[MadLibsCatchPhrase I'll (X)!]]"

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* CatchPhrase: Daniel Westling's [[MyNameIsNotDurwood "Don't call me 'weasel'"]] (which, despite his [[InsistentTerminology insistence]], everyone calls him anyway), the King's "I have a ''genial'' plan" and "To the [[TropeMobile [[{{Thememobile}} Bernamobile!"]] (which is simply a fairly nondescript car), and Prince Karl-Philip's "When ''I'm'' king, [[MadLibsCatchPhrase I'll (X)!]]"

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