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* BrainsAndBrawn: ThoseTwoBadGuys Spydah and Flesh.

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%% * BrainsAndBrawn: ThoseTwoBadGuys Spydah and Flesh.



* ChristmasEpisode: "The Mu-Toys" in season 2. Youtube clip [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXPfXW4e2o0 here.]]
* CityOfAdventure: Landmark City, where most of the series takes place.
%%* CloningBlues

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%% * ChristmasEpisode: "The Mu-Toys" in season 2. Youtube clip [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXPfXW4e2o0 here.]]
%% * CityOfAdventure: Landmark City, where most of the series takes place.
%%* %% * CloningBlues



* CorruptCorporateExecutive: [[spoiler:In season 2, Mr. Lee turns out to have been one of these all along.]]
* [[DarkSkinnedBlond Dark-Skinned Blonde]]: Gator Girl
* DeadpanSnarker: As shown in one of his memories, Axel was this as a child. Lioness has her moments too, every now and then.

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%% * CorruptCorporateExecutive: [[spoiler:In season 2, Mr. Lee turns out to have been one of these all along.]]
%% * [[DarkSkinnedBlond Dark-Skinned Blonde]]: DarkSkinnedBlonde: Gator Girl
%% * DeadpanSnarker: As shown in one of his memories, Axel was this as a child. Lioness has her moments too, every now and then.



* EveryoneMeetsEveryone: in a reality show contest, no less.

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%% * EveryoneMeetsEveryone: in a reality show contest, no less.



* EvilutionaryBiologist: [[spoiler:Mr. Lee in season 2.]]

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%% * EvilutionaryBiologist: [[spoiler:Mr. Lee in season 2.]]



* GeniusDitz: Shark, who pulls off the same sort of close calls and general dumb luck as Mihoshi from ''Anime/TenchiMuyo''.

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%% * GeniusDitz: Shark, who pulls off the same sort of close calls and general dumb luck as Mihoshi from ''Anime/TenchiMuyo''.



* HardLight: The tech that [[spoiler:Lee's armor]] in Season 2 is based on is actually called this.

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%% * HardLight: The tech that [[spoiler:Lee's armor]] in Season 2 is based on is actually called this.



* ItsPersonal: "Girls from Brazil" when Lioness' sister Liza gets kidnapped.

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%% * ItsPersonal: "Girls from Brazil" when Lioness' sister Liza gets kidnapped.



* OnlySaneMan: Axel mostly, Lioness and King trade the role sometimes. On the villains side: Spydah and Magness trade places with this, and Dragon is one for his own team.

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%% * OnlySaneMan: Axel mostly, Lioness and King trade the role sometimes. On the villains side: Spydah and Magness trade places with this, and Dragon is one for his own team.



* ThePsychoRangers:
** The Mu-Team, evil, superpowered clones of the A.T.O.M. team, are major villians in the second season. They were created through [[GeneticEngineeringIsTheNewNuke genetic engineering]] by [[spoiler:Mr. Lee]].
** Team Omega in the first season.

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* ThePsychoRangers:
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ThePsychoRangers: The Mu-Team, evil, superpowered clones of the A.T.O.M. team, are major villians in the second season. They were created through [[GeneticEngineeringIsTheNewNuke genetic engineering]] by [[spoiler:Mr. Lee]].
%% ** Team Omega in the first season.


''A.T.O.M.'' (an acronym of ''Alpha Teens On Machines'', 2005-2006) is a French animated television series based on a Creator/{{Hasbro}} action figure line, airing on Disney's [[Creator/ToonDisney Jetix]] action blocks/channels. It chronicles the adventures of five teenagers (the eponymous Alpha Teens), set in the fictional Landmark City. The Alpha Teens test prototype vehicles and weapons for Lee Industries, and use these prototypes to combat criminals, particularly the sadistic BigBad Alexander Paine.

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''A.T.O.M.'' (an acronym of ''Alpha (''[[FunWithAcronyms Alpha Teens On Machines'', 2005-2006) Machines]]'') is a French animated television series based on a Creator/{{Hasbro}} action figure line, airing on Disney's [[Creator/ToonDisney Jetix]] action blocks/channels.blocks/channels from 2005 to 2007. It chronicles the adventures of five teenagers (the eponymous Alpha Teens), set in the fictional Landmark City. The Alpha Teens test prototype vehicles and weapons for Lee Industries, and use these prototypes to combat criminals, particularly the sadistic BigBad Alexander Paine.


* ThePsychoRangers[=/=]FiveBadBand:

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* ThePsychoRangers[=/=]FiveBadBand:ThePsychoRangers:


* %%* FemaleGaze: Seriously? No matter how much they tried to pimp out Lioness, there was no escaping the fact that it was a team of muscular teenaged men. This trope was in effect any time the guys were shirtless.

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* %%* FemaleGaze: Seriously? No matter how much they tried to pimp out Lioness, there was no escaping the fact that it was a team of muscular teenaged men. This trope was in effect any time the guys were shirtless.


* FemaleGaze: Seriously? No matter how much they tried to pimp out Lioness, there was no escaping the fact that it was a team of muscular teenaged men. This trope was in effect any time the guys were shirtless.

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* *%%* FemaleGaze: Seriously? No matter how much they tried to pimp out Lioness, there was no escaping the fact that it was a team of muscular teenaged men. This trope was in effect any time the guys were shirtless.


%%* FemaleGaze: Seriously? No matter how much they tried to pimp out Lioness, there was no escaping the fact that it was a team of muscular teenaged men. This trope was in effect any time the guys were shirtless.

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%%* * FemaleGaze: Seriously? No matter how much they tried to pimp out Lioness, there was no escaping the fact that it was a team of muscular teenaged men. This trope was in effect any time the guys were shirtless.

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%%* FemaleGaze: Seriously? No matter how much they tried to pimp out Lioness, there was no escaping the fact that it was a team of muscular teenaged men. This trope was in effect any time the guys were shirtless.


* ThePsychoRangers[=/=]FiveBadBand: The Mu-Team, evil, superpowered clones of the A.T.O.M. team, are major villians in the second season. They were created through [[GeneticEngineeringIsTheNewNuke genetic engineering]] by [[spoiler:Mr. Lee]].

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* ThePsychoRangers[=/=]FiveBadBand: ThePsychoRangers[=/=]FiveBadBand:
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The Mu-Team, evil, superpowered clones of the A.T.O.M. team, are major villians in the second season. They were created through [[GeneticEngineeringIsTheNewNuke genetic engineering]] by [[spoiler:Mr. Lee]].


* MundaneSolution:
** Axel gets the drop on Paine and Spydah when they assault his house. He turns off the lights, and uses a stealth suit/night-vision goggles to sneak up on them in the dark. Among other things, he drops a pinata on top of Spydah[[note]]who shoots it, and gets thrown off balance by the candy raining down on him[[/note]]. He starts taking down Paine fairly easily, right up to the point Spydah walks over to the switch and turns the lights back on. This causes the suit to short out, and the night-vision to blind him.

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* MundaneSolution:
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MundaneSolution: Axel gets the drop on Paine and Spydah when they assault his house. He turns off the lights, and uses a stealth suit/night-vision goggles to sneak up on them in the dark. Among other things, he drops a pinata on top of Spydah[[note]]who shoots it, and gets thrown off balance by the candy raining down on him[[/note]]. He starts taking down Paine fairly easily, right up to the point Spydah walks over to the switch and turns the lights back on. This causes the suit to short out, and the night-vision to blind him.


* MundaneSolution: Axel gets the drop on Paine and Spydah when they assault his house. He turns off the lights, and uses a stealth suit/night-vision goggles to sneak up on them in the dark. Among other things, he drops a pinata on top of Spydah[[note]]who shoots it, and gets thrown off balance by the candy raining down on him[[/note]]. He starts taking down Paine fairly easily, right up to the point Spydah walks over to the switch and turns the lights back on. This causes the suit to short out, and the night-vision to blind him.

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* MundaneSolution: MundaneSolution:
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Axel gets the drop on Paine and Spydah when they assault his house. He turns off the lights, and uses a stealth suit/night-vision goggles to sneak up on them in the dark. Among other things, he drops a pinata on top of Spydah[[note]]who shoots it, and gets thrown off balance by the candy raining down on him[[/note]]. He starts taking down Paine fairly easily, right up to the point Spydah walks over to the switch and turns the lights back on. This causes the suit to short out, and the night-vision to blind him.


* MarketBasedTitle: In the UK, Australia, and Latin America, the line was a spinoff of Hasbro's earlier ''WesternAnimation/ActionMan'' line (Axel being the equivalent of Action Man here), so it was dubbed ''Action Man A.T.O.M.''.
%%* MerchandiseDriven

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* MarketBasedTitle: In the UK, Australia, and Latin America, the line was a spinoff of Hasbro's earlier ''WesternAnimation/ActionMan'' ''Franchise/ActionMan'' line (Axel being the equivalent of Action Man here), so it was dubbed ''Action Man A.T.O.M.''.
%%* MerchandiseDriven* MerchandiseDriven: As noted, the series is based on a toy line (which is based on [[Franchise/ActionMan another toy line]]).


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