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** ''Numbers Ahoy'': with the biggest shark of 3; at the end of their song the biggest shark makes a big smile and swims toward the camera it's teeth fill up the screen.

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** ''Numbers Ahoy'': with the biggest shark of 3; at the end of their song song, the biggest shark makes a big smile and swims toward the camera it's as its teeth fill up the screen.

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* HappyPlace: In ''A Tad of Christmas Cheer'', after Edison fails to send Tad back to his proper reality following his ''It's a Wonderful Life'' wish, the two discover that Tad tore himself out of the picture of his family and they literally need to find the torn piece. Tad is ready to race to find it, but then he turns back to find Edison floating in the air with his eyes closed and chanting to himself. Edison explains that he was in his happy place.

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* LittleBrotherIsWatching: In ''A Tad of Christmas Cheer'', after Tad wishes a world in which he never existed and nobody knows him, he discovers that his older brother Leap is now a wimp and his brother and friends are now ruled over by the bully Parker Pig. It turns out that Leap became who he was because Tad looked up to him and so he stood up to him. When Tad shows up in the new reality, his presence briefly inspires Leap to stand up to Parker again, but then he tells Tad to leave because he doesn't know him and therefore can't keep standing up for him.


* ArtShift: ''The Letter Machine Rescue Team'' marks a shift to full {{CGI}} from the past [=DVDs'=] FlashAnimation.

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* ArtShift: ''The Letter Machine Rescue Team'' marks a shift to full {{CGI}} from the past [=DVDs'=] FlashAnimation.[[UsefulNotes/AdobeFlash Flash Animation]].


Leapfrog has since proceeded to put Scout and his friends on the bus instead and brought back Leap, Lily and Tad in the 2014 video ''The Letter Machine Rescue Team'', which also marks an art shift to CGI. Two other CGI DVDs have since been produced.


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Leapfrog has since proceeded to put Scout and his friends on the bus instead and brought back Leap, Lily and Tad in the 2014 video ''The Letter Machine Rescue Team'', which also marks an art shift to CGI. Two other CGI DVDs [=DVDs=] have since been produced.



Leapfrog has since proceeded to put Scout and his friends on the bus instead and brought back Leap, Lily and Tad in the 2014 video ''The Letter Machine Rescue Team'', which also marks an art shift to CGI.


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Leapfrog has since proceeded to put Scout and his friends on the bus instead and brought back Leap, Lily and Tad in the 2014 video ''The Letter Machine Rescue Team'', which also marks an art shift to CGI.

CGI. Two other CGI DVDs have since been produced.



* FantasyHelmetEnforcement: In the Scout and Friends videos, notice how Axel automatically puts seatbelts on the characters during the "I'm With You Scout" song.

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* ExpressiveEars: In the ''Scout and Friends'' videos, Penny certainly has them. Possibly some of the others as well.
* FantasyHelmetEnforcement: In the Scout ''Scout and Friends Friends'' videos, notice how Axel automatically puts seatbelts on the characters during the "I'm With You Scout" song.


Leapfrog has since proceeded to put Scout and his friends on the bus instead and brought back Leap, Lily and Tad in the 2014 video ''The Letter Machine Rescue Team'', which also marks an art shift to CGI. Reviews on Amazon indicate a broken base tho.


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Leapfrog has since proceeded to put Scout and his friends on the bus instead and brought back Leap, Lily and Tad in the 2014 video ''The Letter Machine Rescue Team'', which also marks an art shift to CGI. Reviews on Amazon indicate a broken base tho.

CGI.


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* DisembodiedEyebrows: In ''The Letter Machine Rescue Team'', many of the letters have these, so though sometimes the appearance of it depends on what angle they're shown at.


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This page contains tropes that applies to the DVD releases. For the toys, see Franchise/LeapFrog.

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This page contains tropes that applies to the DVD releases. For the toys, see Franchise/LeapFrog.
Franchise.LeapFrog.



* ThatRemindsMeOfASong: Pretty much every now and then in the [=DVDs=].



* ThatRemindsMeOfASong: Pretty much every now and then in the [=DVDs=].


* HeyItsThatVoice: Many of the [=VAs=] on the [=DVDs=] made their start and is well known in the anime dubbing industry.



* TheOtherDarrin: Most of the core characters have at least changed voice actors once. Heck, Even Scout and Violet aren't voiced by Ibsen where the [=DVDs=] are concerned.


So far, 14 [=DVDs=] has been released. The first title, ''The Letter Factory'', was released way back in 2003. It was followed by ''The Words Factory'' in the same year, ''The Words Factory 2: Code Word Caper'' and ''Math Circus'' in 2004, ''(Learn to Read at) The Storybook Factory'' in 2005.

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So far, 14 15 [=DVDs=] has been released. The first title, ''The Letter Factory'', was released way back in 2003. It was followed by ''The Words Factory'' in the same year, ''The Words Factory 2: Code Word Caper'' and ''Math Circus'' in 2004, ''(Learn to Read at) The Storybook Factory'' in 2005.




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Leapfrog has since proceeded to put Scout and his friends on the bus instead and brought back Leap, Lily and Tad in the 2014 video ''The Letter Machine Rescue Team'', which also marks an art shift to CGI. Reviews on Amazon indicate a broken base tho.



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* ArtShift: ''The Letter Machine Rescue Team'' marks a shift to full {{CGI}} from the past [=DVDs'=] FlashAnimation.


** Attempted in ''Learn To Read At The Storybook Factory'' with ''Literature/ThreeLittlePigs''



* WholePlotReference: Attempted in ''Learn To Read At The Storybook Factory'' with ''Literature/ThreeLittlePigs''


This page contains tropes that applies to the DVD releases. For the toys, see {{Main/LeapFrog}}

Leapfrog regularly releases [=DVDs=] featuring animations of the characters it's franchise created.

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This page contains tropes that applies to the DVD releases. For the toys, see {{Main/LeapFrog}}

Franchise/LeapFrog.

Leapfrog regularly releases [=DVDs=] featuring animations of the characters it's its franchise created.

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