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* FunnyAnimal: In "Planet Of The Dogs", Martin and co. travel to a planet where the inhabitants are all anthropomorphic dogs. There's also the yellow dog from "Martin's Dog Day", and Patapoff the lion from "Lion Tamer Martin".



* PettingZooPeople: In "Planet Of The Dogs", Martin and co. travel to a planet where the inhabitants are all anthropomorphic dogs. There's also the yellow dog from "Martin's Dog Day", and Patapoff the lion from "Lion Tamer Martin".

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* PettingZooPeople: In "Planet Of The Dogs", Martin and co. travel to a planet where the inhabitants are all anthropomorphic dogs. There's also the yellow dog from "Martin's Dog Day", and Patapoff the lion from "Lion Tamer Martin".


* FantasyKitchenSink: The show features all sorts of mythical and strange beings and places, including [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons dragons]], [[AlienTropes aliens]], [[WizardClassic wizards]], [[PhysicalGod gods]], [[OurGhostsAreDifferent ghosts]], PettingZooPeople, [[TalkingAnimal Talking Animals]], [[GenieInABottle genies]], [[{{Robot}} robots]], [[WitchClassic witches]], HornyVikings, [[LivingStatue Living Statues]], [[SeaMonster Sea Monsters]], elves, SantaClaus, LivingToys, [[OurMermaidsAreDifferent mermaids]], ogres, fakirs, [[ManEatingPlant Man-Eating Plants]], [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar and even]] [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demons]], {{Hell}} and {{Satan}}!

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* FantasyKitchenSink: The show features all sorts of mythical and strange beings and places, including [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons dragons]], [[AlienTropes aliens]], [[WizardClassic wizards]], {{Alien|Tropes}}, {{Wizard|Classic}}, [[PhysicalGod gods]], [[OurGhostsAreDifferent ghosts]], PettingZooPeople, [[TalkingAnimal Talking Animals]], [[GenieInABottle genies]], [[{{Robot}} robots]], [[WitchClassic witches]], {{Talking Animal}}s, {{Genie|InABottle}}s, {{Robot}}s, {{Witch|Classic}}es, HornyVikings, [[LivingStatue Living Statues]], [[SeaMonster Sea Monsters]], {{LivingStatue}}s, {{SeaMonster}}s, elves, SantaClaus, LivingToys, [[OurMermaidsAreDifferent mermaids]], ogres, fakirs, [[ManEatingPlant Man-Eating Plants]], {{ManEatingPlant}}s, [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar and even]] [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demons]], {{Hell}} and {{Satan}}!

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* SuperpowerSillyPutty: Though he doesn't always turn into something superpowered, this trope is the nature of Martin's condition.


* YouAreNotAlone: Over the course of the series, Martin discovers the existence of other 'morning people', including an alien girl and, bizarrely, [[Characters/EgyptianMythology *Horus*]].

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* YouAreNotAlone: Over the course of the series, Martin discovers the existence of other 'morning people', including an alien girl and, bizarrely, [[Characters/EgyptianMythology *Horus*]].''[[Characters/EgyptianMythology Horus]]''.


* YouAreNotAlone: Over the course of the series, Martin discovers the existence of other 'morning people', including an alien girl and, bizarrely, [[Characters/EgyptianMythology *Thoth*]].

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* YouAreNotAlone: Over the course of the series, Martin discovers the existence of other 'morning people', including an alien girl and, bizarrely, [[Characters/EgyptianMythology *Thoth*]].*Horus*]].


* YouAreNotAlone: Over the course of the series, Martin discovers the existence of other 'morning people', including an alien girl and, bizarrely, [[Characters/EgyptianMythology ''Thoth'']].

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* YouAreNotAlone: Over the course of the series, Martin discovers the existence of other 'morning people', including an alien girl and, bizarrely, [[Characters/EgyptianMythology ''Thoth'']].*Thoth*]].


* WingedHumanoid: In "The Lucky Duckling", Martin wakes up with the wings, tail, and pinfeathers of a duck.

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* WingedHumanoid: In "The Lucky Duckling", Martin wakes up with the wings, tail, and pinfeathers of a duck.duck.
* YouAreNotAlone: Over the course of the series, Martin discovers the existence of other 'morning people', including an alien girl and, bizarrely, [[Characters/EgyptianMythology ''Thoth'']].


* ¡ThreeAmigos!: Martin, Gromo and Roxanne.

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* ¡ThreeAmigos!: Martin, Gromo and Roxanne.


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* ThreeAmigos: Martin, Gromo and Roxanne.

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Has an in-progress [[Recap/MartinMorning recap page]].

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[[caption-width-right:237:Notice how the boy in the middle has dragon ears, wings and a tail?[[note]]From left to right: [[{{Fanboy}} Gromo]], [[JustWokeUpThatWay Martin Morning]], and [[LoveInterest Roxanne]].[[/note]]]]


* FantasyKitchenSink: The show features all sorts of mythical and strange beings and places, including [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons dragons]], [[AlienTropes aliens]], [[WizardClassic wizards]], [[PhysicalGod gods]], [[OurGhostsAreDifferent ghosts]], PettingZooPeople, [[TalkingAnimal Talking Animals]], [[GenieInABottle genies]], [[{{Robot}} robots]], [[WitchClassic witches]], HornyVikings, [[RockMonster Rock Monsters]], [[SeaMonster Sea Monsters]], elves, SantaClaus, LivingToys, [[OurMermaidsAreDifferent mermaids]], ogres, fakirs, [[ManEatingPlant Man-Eating Plants]], [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar and even]] [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demons]], {{Hell}} and {{Satan}}!

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* FantasyKitchenSink: The show features all sorts of mythical and strange beings and places, including [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons dragons]], [[AlienTropes aliens]], [[WizardClassic wizards]], [[PhysicalGod gods]], [[OurGhostsAreDifferent ghosts]], PettingZooPeople, [[TalkingAnimal Talking Animals]], [[GenieInABottle genies]], [[{{Robot}} robots]], [[WitchClassic witches]], HornyVikings, [[RockMonster Rock Monsters]], [[LivingStatue Living Statues]], [[SeaMonster Sea Monsters]], elves, SantaClaus, LivingToys, [[OurMermaidsAreDifferent mermaids]], ogres, fakirs, [[ManEatingPlant Man-Eating Plants]], [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar and even]] [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demons]], {{Hell}} and {{Satan}}!



* JustWokeUpThatWay: The basic premise of the show.

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* JustWokeUpThatWay: The basic premise of the show.show is that Martin wakes up as something different each morning.


* AlienAnimals: In "Planet of the Dogs", Martin, Roxanne, Gromo and an anthropomorphic dog named Ralph travel to a planet inhabited by other anthropomorphic dogs.



* BigCreepyCrawlies: In the episode "Did You Say Normal?", Martin himself has no transformation, but everyone else have been transformed into insects. [[spoiler: However, at the end, it turns out that was AllJustADream, and Martin has actually transformed into a bee.]]

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* BigCreepyCrawlies: In the episode "Did You Say Normal?", Martin himself has no transformation, but everyone else have been transformed into human-sized insects. [[spoiler: However, at the end, it turns out that was AllJustADream, and Martin has actually transformed into a bee.]]bee]]. "Martin Busy Bee" also features bugs that are big enough for Martin, Roxanne and Gromo to talk to.



* BlobMonster: One appears in "Martin Meets A Moonatic", under the command of the aforementioned alien.

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* BlobMonster: One appears in Pannonos, the servant of the alien from "Martin Meets A Moonatic", under the command is one of the aforementioned alien.these.



* DeadlyDoctor: The VillainOfTheWeek of "Doctor Martin, laugh therapist" is a doctor attempts to poison a king, who is his client's brother, [[GreenEyedMonster because he wants the throne for himself]].

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* DeadlyDoctor: The VillainOfTheWeek of Mortibus from "Doctor Martin, laugh therapist" is a doctor who attempts to poison a king, who is his client's brother, [[GreenEyedMonster because he his brother wants the throne for himself]].himself.
* DistressedDude: There are some instances where Martin or Gromo have needed saving.



* FantasyKitchenSink: The show features all sorts of mythical and strange beings and places, including [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons dragons]], [[AlienTropes aliens]], [[WizardClassic wizards]], [[PhysicalGod gods]], [[OurGhostsAreDifferent ghosts]], PettingZooPeople, [[TalkingAnimal Talking Animals]], [[GenieInABottle genies]], [[{{Robot}} robots]], [[WitchClassic witches]], HornyVikings, [[RockMonster Rock Monsters]], [[SeaMonster Sea Monsters]], elves, SantaClaus, LivingToys, [[OurMermaidsAreDifferent mermaids]], ogres, fakirs, [[ManEatingPlant Man-Eating Plants]], [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar and even]] [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demons]], {{Hell}} and {{Satan}}!



* GenderBender: Martin transforms into a girl in episode 12 of the first season. And [[LarynxDissonance retains his voice]].

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* GenderBender: Martin transforms into a girl in episode 12 of the first season. And [[LarynxDissonance retains his voice]]. Also, Mr. Grindsel gets turned into a woman in "The Ogre of Castle Hill" after drinking a magic potion.


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* {{Hellevator}}: How Martin, Gromo and Roxanne enter the {{Hell}} mentioned below.


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* OurFairiesAreDifferent: Martin wakes up as the "tiny humanoid" variety in "Good Morning Fairy Martin".


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* ShoutOut: In some episodes, Martin wakes up as a character from popular culture, e.g. Literature/SherlockHolmes in "Sherlock Martin", and Franchise/IndianaJones in "Oh The Crocodiles!".

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* RefugeeFromTVLand: "Super Martin" features a villain from the FictionalVideoGame "Super Monster" coming out into the real world. It is up to Martin, who is a {{Superhero}} that day, to force him back.


* {{Animorphism}}: Some of Martin's transformations are animals.
* ArrangedMarriage: In "Martin The Invisible", Martin is almost forced to marry a countess, and in "Upside Down And Backwards", Roxanne is almost forced to marry a prince.
* BareYourMidriff: Gromo is a RareMaleExample.
* BewitchedAmphibians: "Martin's Magic Potion" features the classic frog that turns into a prince when kissed.
* BigCreepyCrawlies: In the episode "Did You Say Normal?", Martin himself has no transformation, but everyone else have been transformed into insects. [[spoiler: However, at the end, it turns out that was AllJustADream, and Martin has actually transformed into a bee.]]



* ColonyDrop: In "Martin Stops A Meteorite", Martin has to [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin stop a meteorite]] before it collides with the Earth and causes TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.



* {{Cowboy}}: Martin wakes up as one in "The Lonesome Cowboy".



* DeadlyDoctor: The VillainOfTheWeek of "Doctor Martin, laugh therapist" is a doctor attempts to poison a king, who is his client's brother, [[GreenEyedMonster because he wants the throne for himself]].



* FamilyFriendlyFirearms: Surprisingly, this is actually {{Averted}}, as some episodes feature actual guns.



* {{Hell}}: Yes, [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar the place does indeed appear in the episode "A Good Little Devil", complete with an appearance by]] {{Satan}} [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar himself!]]



* {{Intangibility}}: Martin wakes up with this power in "The Joke's On Grindsel!". Naturally, he also has this ability in "Martin the Invisible", where he's a ghost.
* InvisibleToNormals: When Martin wakes up as a ghost in "Martin the Invisible", all the other human characters are unable to see him.



* LivingToys: Martin transforms into a toy soldier in the episode "Trouble In Toy Paradise", and that episode also features other examples of this trope.

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* LivingStatue: One appears in "Voyage To The Edge Of The World".
* LivingToys: Martin transforms into a toy soldier puppet in the episode "Trouble In Toy Paradise", and that episode also features other examples of this trope.trope. He also transforms into a toy soldier in "Good Soldier Martin".



* NeverSmileAtACrocodile: Played straight in "Oh The Crocodiles", what with the episode being a ShoutOut to Franchise/IndianaJones and all.

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* MorphicResonance: Most of Martin's transformations, even the ones that completely change his body shape, usually retain his glasses.
* {{Mummy}}: Martin wakes up as one in "Beware Of The Mummies".
* TheMusketeer: Guess what Martin wakes up as in "Martin Musketeer".
* NeverSmileAtACrocodile: Played straight in "Oh The Crocodiles", what with the episode being a ShoutOut to Franchise/IndianaJones and all. Also featured in the episode "Ancient Egyptian Martin", where Roxanne almost falls into a TrapDoor with hungry crocodiles waiting at the bottom.



* PettingZooPeople: In "Planet Of The Dogs", Martin and co. travel to a planet where the inhabitants are all anthropomorphic dogs. There's also the yellow dog from "Martin's Dog Day".

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* PettingZooPeople: In "Planet Of The Dogs", Martin and co. travel to a planet where the inhabitants are all anthropomorphic dogs. There's also the yellow dog from "Martin's Dog Day".Day", and Patapoff the lion from "Lion Tamer Martin".



* PlayingCardMotifs: Martin wakes up as the Jack of Hearts in "Martin On his Game".



* PrivateInvestigator: Martin's transformation of the day in "Martin Leads The Investigation".
* ProtagonistTitle



* RobotMe: Martin wakes up as a robot in "Mechanical Martin", and it comes with all the quirks of being one (i.e he can have malfunctions and needs to recharge).



* {{Teleportation}}: In "The Amazing Mr. M", Martin wakes up with the ability to do this.



* WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld: Martin has both his transformation-related adventures and school on his table.

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* TimeTravel: In "It WAS A Dog's Life!", Martin has a skateboard that allows him to do this. Also, he wakes up in the future in "Martin Has A Future".
* WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld: Martin has both his transformation-related adventures and school on his table. In fact, he is often late for school because of them.
* WingedHumanoid: In "The Lucky Duckling", Martin wakes up with the wings, tail, and pinfeathers of a duck.


* BlackBeadEyes: ''Everyone''.

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* BlackBeadEyes: ''Everyone''.Everyone except the aliens, which makes sense because they are, well, aliens.

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