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** Many of the personas that Three takes on each episode, from famous characters of older media like [[Franchise/IndianaJones Indiana Jones]] and [[{{Literature/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea}} Captain Nemo]], to real-life celebrities such as Music/LeonardBernstein, [[UsefulNotes/SigmundFreud Sigmund Freud]], [[Creator/MarxBrothers Groucho Marx]] and [[Series/TheTwilightZone Rod Serling]].
** In "Don't Pass Go" Seven's dream sequence is very similar to Film/TheWizardOfOz

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** Many of the personas that Three takes on each episode, from famous characters of older media like [[Franchise/IndianaJones Indiana Jones]] and [[{{Literature/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea}} Captain Nemo]], to real-life celebrities such as Music/LeonardBernstein, [[UsefulNotes/SigmundFreud Sigmund Freud]], [[Creator/MarxBrothers Groucho Marx]] and [[Series/TheTwilightZone Rod Serling]].Creator/RodSerling.
** In "Don't Pass Go" Seven's dream sequence is very similar to Film/TheWizardOfOz''Film/TheWizardOfOz''.


* DescentIntoAddiction: Five's pie addiction in "You Are What You Eat."



* ItSeemedLikeAGoodIdeaAtTheTime: In "You Are What You Eat" Five enters a pie-eating contest, so Four decides to help him get used to eating pies. The problem is, he decides that Five should ''only'' eat pie until the contest, while ''he'' eats all of Five's regular meals for him. This makes both of them horribly sick, and Five gets so hooked on pie that he can't stop eating it even if he wants to.

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* ItSeemedLikeAGoodIdeaAtTheTime: In "You Are What You Eat" Five enters a pie-eating contest, so Four decides to help him get used to eating pies. prepare. The problem is, he decides that Five should ''only'' eat pie until the contest, while ''he'' eats all of Five's regular meals for him.in addition to his own. This makes both of them horribly sick, and Five gets so hooked on pie that he can't stop eating it even if he wants to.

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* AWeightyAesop: In "You Are What You Eat." Five gets very sick from eating nothing but pie, while Four suffers ill effects from overeating.


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* ItSeemedLikeAGoodIdeaAtTheTime: In "You Are What You Eat" Five enters a pie-eating contest, so Four decides to help him get used to eating pies. The problem is, he decides that Five should ''only'' eat pie until the contest, while ''he'' eats all of Five's regular meals for him. This makes both of them horribly sick, and Five gets so hooked on pie that he can't stop eating it even if he wants to.


* LiteralMinded: Several characters have moments of this.

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* LiteralMinded: Several characters have moments of this. Two is especially prone to this- in "The Whole Tooth", he does it twice in the same scene.


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* OneDialogueTwoConversations: This exchange in "Out of Sight":
-->'''Six:''' ''(reading a sign)'' "Dr. See: Eye Care."
-->'''Three:''' Well, I care too, Six. That's very nice of you.
-->'''Two:''' No, Three, ''eye'' care. See? ''Eye'' care!
--> '''Seven:''' Oh no, Two. The doctor's name is "See", not "Three."
--> '''One:''' I don't care what his name is.

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* WorldOfChaos: In "Dinner for Breakfast."

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* CastingGag: One of Colin Mochrie's favorite things to mock about his ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway'' costar Ryan Stiles is his big nose. Here, he plays a character ''with'' a big nose.

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* BabysittingEpisode: "Seven Monsters and a Baby".

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* SkywardScream: Five does one when Sammy the turtle goes missing.


* BarefootCartoonAnimal: One, Five, and sometimes Three depending on his persona.

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* BarefootCartoonAnimal: One, Four, Five, and sometimes Three depending on his persona.

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* TemptingFate: In the first episode, Seven accidentally swaps his head with a watermelon. Once he gets it back he declares, "That will never happen again." Spoiler alert: It does.


* TalkingToHimself: Four, Five and Seven who are all voiced by Sean Cullen.

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* TwoShorts: The first two seasons had one half-hour story, while the third season used two 11-minute stories.

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* {{Kaiju}}: All 7 monsters are pretty large.

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* NonIndicativeName: Yes, there's seven of them. They ''are'' indeed monsters. Little? Yeah, ''[[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever no]]''.

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