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* NeverTrustATitle: Since Barney and Fred do not in fact meet the Thing.

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* ComedicUnderwearExposure: Nita in "Monster Island" and "The Terror of The Trolls". See Panty Shot and Marilyn Maneuver below.


* ShipTease: There are a few moments where Nita and Mickey seem to have a bit of ([[UnresolvedSexualTension subtext]])

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* ShipTease: There are a few moments where Nita and Mickey seem to have a bit of ([[UnresolvedSexualTension subtext]])[[UnresolvedSexualTension subtext]]


* ShipTease: There are a few moments where Nita and Mickey seem to have a bit of [[UnresolvedSexualTension/: subtext]]

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* ShipTease: There are a few moments where Nita and Mickey seem to have a bit of [[UnresolvedSexualTension/: subtext]]([[UnresolvedSexualTension subtext]])


* ShipTease: There are a few moments where Nita and Mickey seem to have a bit of [UnresolvedSexualTension/ subtext]

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* ShipTease: There are a few moments where Nita and Mickey seem to have a bit of [UnresolvedSexualTension/ subtext][[UnresolvedSexualTension/: subtext]]

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*ShipTease: There are a few moments where Nita and Mickey seem to have a bit of [UnresolvedSexualTension/ subtext]

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* ThroughAFaceFullofFur: Shmoo in "The Warlock of Voodoo Island". As a magnet, he glows yellow as he collects energy from an electric current.


* MsFanservice: Nita.

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* MsFanservice: Nita.Nita in a couple episodes.


* YouMeddlingKids: Averted. Neither this line nor any other variation of it is ever said by any of the criminals in this series.

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* YouMeddlingKids: Averted. Averted in most episodes. Neither this line nor any other variation of it is ever said by any most of the criminals in this series.series.
** The exception is Mr. Shaw from "The Valley Where Time Stood Still".
-->Mr. Shaw: You had to meddle with a slick plan! Real slick!


* LovableCoward: Billy Joe.



* TheDeterminator: Nita, Mickey, and Shmoo.

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* TheDeterminator: Nita, Mickey, and Shmoo. Billy Joe to a lesser extent.

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* PluckyGirl: Nita.


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* TheChick: Nita.
* TheDeterminator: Nita, Mickey, and Shmoo.


* MarilynManeuver: * Nita in the episode, "The Terror of The Trolls". After she tries to stop the Troll King's escape by motorboat with a lasso, he manages to drive off. As she holds onto the rope tightly, she's dragged across the surface of water and the motion gives her skirt an updraft, briefly exposing her panties seen from the side.

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* MarilynManeuver: * Nita in the episode, "The Terror of The Trolls". After she tries to stop the Troll King's escape by motorboat with a lasso, he manages to drive off. As she holds onto the rope tightly, she's dragged across the surface of water and the motion gives her skirt an updraft, briefly exposing updraft. She crouches to avoid revealing too much and her panties are briefly exposed, and seen from the side.


* MarilynManeuver: * Nita in the episode, "The Terror of The Trolls". After trying to stop the Troll King's escape by motorboat with a lasso, he manages to drive off. She's dragged and the motion gives her skirt an updraft, briefly exposing her panties.

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* GratuitousSpanish: Naturally, since Nita is Latina, she occasionally makes Spanish comments.
* MarilynManeuver: * Nita in the episode, "The Terror of The Trolls". After trying she tries to stop the Troll King's escape by motorboat with a lasso, he manages to drive off. She's As she holds onto the rope tightly, she's dragged across the surface of water and the motion gives her skirt an updraft, briefly exposing her panties.panties seen from the side.

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* MarilynManeuver: * Nita in the episode, "The Terror of The Trolls". After trying to stop the Troll King's escape by motorboat with a lasso, he manages to drive off. She's dragged and the motion gives her skirt an updraft, briefly exposing her panties.


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** She has another in "The Terror of The Trolls". See Marilyn Maneuver above.


''The Thing'', which was loosely based on the ever-lovin' blue-eyed character of the same name from Marvel Comics' ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'' series, followed the adventures of young Benjy Grimm. His magic ring would transform him into a rock-covered monster whenever he touched the two halves together and said, "Thing Ring, do your thing," a particularly cheesy example of ByThePowerOfGreyskull. This was quite a departure from the original character, Ben Grimm, an adult test pilot who was transformed ''permanently'' into the rocky-skinned Thing after having been exposed to cosmic rays (though several episodes state this was the same character, an adult stuck as a teenager). The Thing segments were the only segments specifically produced for this show.

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''The Thing'', which was loosely based on [[ComicBook/TheThing the ever-lovin' blue-eyed character of the same name name]] from Marvel Comics' ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'' series, followed the adventures of young Benjy Grimm. His magic ring would transform him into a rock-covered monster whenever he touched the two halves together and said, "Thing Ring, do your thing," a particularly cheesy example of ByThePowerOfGreyskull. This was quite a departure from the original character, Ben Grimm, an adult test pilot who was transformed ''permanently'' into the rocky-skinned Thing after having been exposed to cosmic rays (though several episodes state this was the same character, an adult stuck as a teenager). The Thing segments were the only segments specifically produced for this show.

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