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-->The Rocket Monkeys -- they're monkeys in space!\\
They try to be heroes, but they're easy to replace!
-->-- The first two lines of the show's ExpositoryThemeTune

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[[caption-width-right:300:[[{{Tagline}} It's Monkeys in space.]] [[TemptingFate What could possibly go wrong?]]]]
-->The Rocket Monkeys -- they're Monkeys\\
They're
monkeys in space!\\
They try to be heroes, but heroes\\
But
they're easy to replace!
-->-- The -->--The first two lines of the show's ExpositoryThemeTune


%%* ClusterBeepBomb: Nefarious has one in "Ships, Trips and Wormholes".



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Occasionally.
** In "Princess Nefarious", YAY-OK explodes tokens when he developed a crush on Slo-Mo. The next scene shows that he looked embarrassed.
** In "Princess Nefarious", Yay-OK and Slo-Mo talks about "exchanging data" to each other.
**
--->'''Yay-OK''': Ah, gentlemen, going to stay here and uh--''alter'' some files, if you know what they mean.
--->'''Wally''': No idea.



** Gus said the word "sucks" (as in "The right thing [[PrecisionFStrike sucks!]]") near the end of "Monkey Hearts".
** Nefarious' censored ClusterFBomb in "Ships, Trips and Wormholes".


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* SomethingElseAlsoRises: In "Princess Nefarious", YAY-OK explodes tokens when he developed a crush on Slo-Mo. The next scene shows that he looked embarrassed.


A Canadian animated television series created by Breakthrough Entertainment and Atomic Cartoons Inc., ''Rocket Monkeys'' centers around brothers Wally and Gus, who are members of [[FunWithAcronyms GASI]] (Galactic Animal Space Institute), an organization focused on interplanetary explanation, assisted by their RobotBuddy YAY-OK. Despite the brothers' intelligence and skill, [[TooDumbToLive or lack thereof]], they are usually the ones who end up saddled with whatever life-threatening missions their boss Dr. Chimpsky needs completed.

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A Canadian animated television series created by Breakthrough Entertainment and Atomic Cartoons Creator/AtomicCartoons Inc., ''Rocket Monkeys'' centers around brothers Wally and Gus, who are members of [[FunWithAcronyms GASI]] (Galactic Animal Space Institute), an organization focused on interplanetary explanation, assisted by their RobotBuddy YAY-OK. Despite the brothers' intelligence and skill, [[TooDumbToLive or lack thereof]], they are usually the ones who end up saddled with whatever life-threatening missions their boss Dr. Chimpsky needs completed.

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** When Lord Peel insults the Rocket Monkeys in the presence of their mother, she gets incredibly angry when he calls them stinky (although she agrees with the first two things he says).



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-->The Rocket Monkeys -- they're monkeys in space!\\
They try to be heroes, but they're easy to replace!
-->-- The first two lines of the show's ExpositoryThemeTune



The show first aired on Creator/{{Teletoon}} in Canada on January 10, 2013, then aired on Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} in the United States in February and in the United Kingdom and Ireland in April. While Nickelodeon in the U.S [[ScrewedByTheNetwork would only air the first season]], Creator/{{KidsClick}} began airing the series on July 3, 2017.

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The show first aired on Creator/{{Teletoon}} in Canada on January 10, 2013, then aired on Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} in the United States in February and in the United Kingdom and Ireland in April. While Nickelodeon in the U.S [[ScrewedByTheNetwork would only air the first season]], Creator/{{KidsClick}} began airing the series remaining two seasons on July 3, 2017.


The show first aired on Creator/{{Teletoon}} in Canada on January 10, 2013, then aired on Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} in the United States in February and in the United Kingdom and Ireland in April. While Nickelodeon in the U.S [[ScrewedByTheNetwork would only air the first season]], Creator/{{KidsClick}} will begin airing the series on July 3, 2017.

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The show first aired on Creator/{{Teletoon}} in Canada on January 10, 2013, then aired on Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} in the United States in February and in the United Kingdom and Ireland in April. While Nickelodeon in the U.S [[ScrewedByTheNetwork would only air the first season]], Creator/{{KidsClick}} will begin began airing the series on July 3, 2017.


The show first aired on Creator/{{Teletoon}} in Canada on January 10, 2013, then aired on Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} in the United States in February and in the United Kingdom and Ireland in April. While Nickelodeon in the U.S [[ScrewedByTheNetwork would only air the first season]], [=KidsClick=] will begin airing the series on July 3, 2017.

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The show first aired on Creator/{{Teletoon}} in Canada on January 10, 2013, then aired on Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} in the United States in February and in the United Kingdom and Ireland in April. While Nickelodeon in the U.S [[ScrewedByTheNetwork would only air the first season]], [=KidsClick=] Creator/{{KidsClick}} will begin airing the series on July 3, 2017.


The show first aired on Creator/{{Teletoon}} in Canada on January 10, 2013, then aired on Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} in the United States in February and in the United Kingdom and Ireland in April.

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The show first aired on Creator/{{Teletoon}} in Canada on January 10, 2013, then aired on Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} in the United States in February and in the United Kingdom and Ireland in April. While Nickelodeon in the U.S [[ScrewedByTheNetwork would only air the first season]], [=KidsClick=] will begin airing the series on July 3, 2017.


* DistinctionWithoutADifference: Pinky-Winky states that she's not a monster before saying that she's technically more of a beast.



* DistinctionWithoutADifference: Pinky-Winky states that she's not a monster before saying that she's technically more of a beast.





* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: The Space Gorillas.

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* %%* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: The Space Gorillas.



* BigBad: Lord Peel.

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* %%* BigBad: Lord Peel.



* CardCarryingVillain: Nefarious.

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* %%* CardCarryingVillain: Nefarious.


* ExpositoryThemeTune

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* DistinctionWithoutADifference: Pinky-Winky states that she's not a monster before saying that she's technically more of a beast.
%%*
ExpositoryThemeTune



* FreudianTrio:
** Wally: Id
** Gus: Ego
** YAY-OK: Superego

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* FreudianTrio:
** Wally: Id
** Gus: Ego
** YAY-OK: Superego
FreudianTrio: Wally is the Id, Gus is the Ego, and YAY-OK is the Superego.



*** In the same episode, Yay-OK and Slo-Mo talks about "exchanging data" to each other.
*** Later, we get this gem:

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*** ** In the same episode, "Princess Nefarious", Yay-OK and Slo-Mo talks about "exchanging data" to each other.
*** Later, we get this gem:**



*** YAY-OK is later seen with Slo-Mo, wearing a robe. They are both hiding inside of a lunar crater.

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*** ** YAY-OK is later seen with Slo-Mo, wearing a robe. They are both hiding inside of a lunar crater.



** Nefarious' censored ClusterFBomb in "Ships, Trips and Wormholes"
* GrossoutShow

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** Nefarious' censored ClusterFBomb in "Ships, Trips and Wormholes"
*
Wormholes".
%%*
GrossoutShow



* HollywoodToneDeaf: Pinky-Winky.

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* %%* HollywoodToneDeaf: Pinky-Winky.



* IneffectualSympatheticVillain: Lord Peel.

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* %%* IneffectualSympatheticVillain: Lord Peel.



* MadeOfPlasticine: Lord Peel

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* %%* MadeOfPlasticine: Lord PeelPeel.



* NoExceptYes: Pinky-Winky states that she's not a monster, before saying that she's technically more of a beast.



* OmnicidalManiac: YAY-OK's father in "My Dad-Bot, the Doom-Bot."
* OnlySaneMan: YAY-OK.
* PetMonstrosity: Trixie.

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* %%* OmnicidalManiac: YAY-OK's father in "My Dad-Bot, the Doom-Bot."
* %%* OnlySaneMan: YAY-OK.
* %%* PetMonstrosity: Trixie.



* TeamPet: Gus' pet space squid Inky.

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* TeamPet: Gus' Gus's pet space squid Inky.


----> Gus and Wally will love this all Banana 10-course meal... I hope I didn't miss any important plot point. Ehh, I'm sure everything is fine.

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----> -->'''YAY-OK:''' Gus and Wally will love this all Banana all-banana 10-course meal... I hope I didn't miss any important plot point. Ehh, I'm sure everything is fine.


* FacelessEye: The inspector in "Inspection Day" has a giant eye for a head.

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* FacelessEye: The inspector [[spoiler: Delivery Boy]] in "Inspection Day" has a giant eye for a head.


* BreakingTheFourthWall: Often. One instance, when Lord Peel removes Gus and Wally's love for Bananas, causing them to really really hate all bananas. It cuts to YAY-OK back in the kitchen.
----> Gus and Wally will love this all Banana 10-course meal... I hope I didn't miss any important plot point. ehh, I'm sure everything is fine.

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* BreakingTheFourthWall: Often. One instance, when Lord Peel removes Gus and Wally's love for Bananas, bananas, causing them to really really hate all bananas. It cuts to YAY-OK back in the ship's kitchen.
----> Gus and Wally will love this all Banana 10-course meal... I hope I didn't miss any important plot point. ehh, Ehh, I'm sure everything is fine.


* BreakingTheFourthWall: Often. One instance, when Lord Peel removes Gus and Wally's love for Bananas, causing them to really really hate all bananas. It cuts to YAY-OK back in the kitchen.
----> Gus and Wally will love this all Banana 10-course meal... I hope I didn't miss any important plot point. ehh, I'm sure everything is fine.



* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Bananas (suprise, suprise) for the Rocket Monkeys.

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* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Bananas (suprise, suprise) for the Rocket Monkeys. Their love for bananas are so powerful, that in "Destroy all Bananas" when Lord Peel gives them a lobotomy removing the part of the brain that makes them love Bananas, it can easily grow back with a bit of encouraging.

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