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* {{Adorkable}}: Max Blaster is laid-back and energetic, but is still cute at the same time.


* EmbarrassingSlide: In "Misplaced Weekend", MEL is showing a montage of all the nefarious things Dr. Dabble has done. The last thing he shows is a scantily-clad poodle on the beach. He blushes and asks "How did that get in there?"

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* EmbarrassingSlide: In "Misplaced Weekend", MEL is showing a montage of all the nefarious things [[VideoGame/BlasterMysterySeries Dr. Dabble Dabble]] has done. The last thing he shows is a scantily-clad poodle on the beach. He blushes and asks "How did that get in there?"


Set in the year 2222, it chronicles the adventures of Max Blaster, a bright, impetuous 12 year old boy obsessed with science and space, and his best friend G.C., a cool 12 year old girl who looks like an earthling but is really an alien. Also joining them is a brave and loyal RobotDog named MEL (acronym for Mechanically Enhanced Lapdog). Together, they travel across the galaxy to stop intergalactic villains from destroying their home planet of Omega.

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Set in the year 2222, it chronicles the adventures of Max Blaster, a bright, impetuous 12 year old boy obsessed with science and space, and his best friend G.C., a cool 12 year old girl who [[HumanoidAliens looks like an earthling but is really an alien.alien]]. Also joining them is a brave and loyal RobotDog named MEL (acronym for Mechanically Enhanced Lapdog). Together, they travel across the galaxy to stop intergalactic villains from destroying their home planet of Omega.

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* WordSchmord: Episode 10 is "Math Schmath".


* EmbarrassingSlide: In "Misplaced Weekend", MEL is showing a montage of all the nefarious things Dr. Dabble has done. The last thing he shows is a scantily-clad poodle on the beach. He blushes and asks "How did that get in there?"



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In "Misplaced Weekend", MEL is showing a montage of all the nefarious things Dr. Dabble has done. The last thing he shows is a scantily-clad poodle on the beach. He blushes and asks "How did that get in there?"


* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In "Misplaced Weed", MEL is showing a montage of all the nefarious things Dr. Dabble has done. The last thing he shows is a scantily-clad poodle on the beach. He blushes and asks "How did that get in there?"

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In "Misplaced Weed", Weekend", MEL is showing a montage of all the nefarious things Dr. Dabble has done. The last thing he shows is a scantily-clad poodle on the beach. He blushes and asks "How did that get in there?"

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In "Misplaced Weed", MEL is showing a montage of all the nefarious things Dr. Dabble has done. The last thing he shows is a scantily-clad poodle on the beach. He blushes and asks "How did that get in there?"

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* ShoutOut: At the beginning of "A Bridge Too Weak", GC and Blaster have the following conversation:
-->'''GC:''' So, what do you want to do today, Blaster?\\
'''Blaster:''' [[WesternAnimation/PinkyAndTheBrain Oh, the same thing we do every day, GC: stop some super-villain's plan to]] ''[[WesternAnimation/PinkyAndTheBrain take over the universe!]]''


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%%* {{Keet}}: Blaster, again.

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%%* * {{Keet}}: Blaster, again.Blaster is a cheerful, hyperactive boy.



* PunnyName: Max Blaster = Math Blaster.
%%* RobotDog: MEL.

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* PunnyName: Max Blaster = is obviously a pun on Math Blaster.
%%* * RobotDog: MEL.Mel, obviously. He still has instances of {{furry reminder}}s, though.



%%* ShortRunner

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%%* ShortRunner* ShortRunner: It only lasted from 1999-2000 with one season and 13 episodes.



* TooDumbToLive: "Nowhere to Hide" has Blaster accidentally breaking a statue in the library with a football, resulting in him and G.C. getting in trouble.



%%* {{Tsundere}}: DependingOnTheWriter, G.C.

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%%* {{Tsundere}}: DependingOnTheWriter, G.C. leans onto a Type-B regarding her actions towards Blaster and Mel.


%%No complaining that you hate these versions of the games, please. See ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontLike.

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%%No complaining that you hate these versions of the games, please. See ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontLike.
Administrivia/ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontLike.

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