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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: A few characters from the first film are gone without explanation in this one.
** Despite a prominent role in the previous film, Grayson does not appear and isn't even mentioned by any of the characters.
** The first film implied that King's girlfriend Lana was going to take over the nut shop and adopt Precious as her pet. Shes not seen at all in this film, not even after the nut shop is destroyed.



* PutOnABus: Grayson does not appear in the film and isn't even mentioned by any of the characters.
** King's girlfriend Lana, who was implied to have taken over the nut store and adopted Precious at the end of the first movie. She's nowhere to be seen.



* SequelHook: [[spoiler: TheStinger reveals that Raccoon spent the entire movie making his way to land by swimming, paving way for the events of the next film.]]
** ''However'', [[spoiler:there are two [[ThreateningShark sharks' fins]] tailing on him...]]

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* SequelHook: [[spoiler: TheStinger reveals that Raccoon Raccoon, the antagonist of the previous film, has spent the entire movie making his way to land by swimming, paving way for the events of the next film.]]
** ''However'', [[spoiler:there are
this movie swimming his way to land, setting up his return in a possible third film. Though hes followed by two [[ThreateningShark sharks' fins]] tailing on him...fins]].]]

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* TheWormThatWalks: The mice at one point take over one of the exterminators' hazmat suits and walk around in it.

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* HandOrObjectUnderwear: One of the exterminators does this with balloons.


* DiabolicalDogCatcher: The pest control agents Muldoon hires go about their jobs with sadistic glee, greatly enjoying hunting down and capturing the park animals. Gunther is by far the worst, showing great joy when Muldoon orders him to utilize the most ''in''humane animal traps he can get.
* DidntThinkThisThrough: Muldoon knowingly has his amusement park built with unsafe, secondhand attractions. When warned that people could get hurt, he simply states that he will institute a "no refunds" policy (which wouldn't really protect him from potential lawsuits). [[spoiler: During the animals' attack on the park, most of the attractions fall apart after suffering little damage, making the animals' job much easier.]]



* RelationshipUpgrade: [[spoiler:Surly and Andie. After the amusement park is destroyed, Andie gives Surly a [[SmoochOfVictory kiss]] on the cheek. Following the TimeSkip, they are shown to have become an OfficialCouple.]]



** ''However'', [[spoiler:there are two [[ThreateningShark sharks' fin]] tailing on him...]]

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** ''However'', [[spoiler:there are two [[ThreateningShark sharks' fin]] fins]] tailing on him...]]


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* VillainWithGoodPublicity: Mayor Muldoon. In one scene, he drives his (very recognisable) car on the sidewalk, nearly hurting several people, yet he's never seen suffering retribution for this, and receives much applause when he announces the creation of Liberty Land.


* SequelHook: [[spoiler: TheStinger reveals that Raccoon spent the entire movie making his way to land, paving way for the events of the next film.]]

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* SequelHook: [[spoiler: TheStinger reveals that Raccoon spent the entire movie making his way to land, land by swimming, paving way for the events of the next film.]]
** ''However'', [[spoiler:there are two [[ThreateningShark sharks' fin]] tailing on him...
]]

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*FatBastard: Mayor Muldoon. His daughter, Heather, easily counts as a FatBitch herself.

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* TrailersAlwaysLie: The nut shop is made to seem like either Muldoon blew it up, or it exploded out of nowhere. [[spoiler:It was actually Mole's fault for playing with the boiler.]]

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** King's girlfriend Lana, who was implied to have taken over the nut store and adopted Precious at the end of the first movie. She's nowhere to be seen.

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* VanityLicensePlate: The Mayor has a license plate that reads MBZLN.

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* DonutMessWithACop: When Surly and Buddy try to get food from a donut shop, several cops go there because they're informed that the place is charging half the usual price for the donuts. [[spoiler:Once the Mayor is arrested and Liberty Land is closed, one of the cops seizes a donut cart.]]


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* PoliceCodeForEverything: Code 7 means a donut shop selling donuts for half their usual price. [[spoiler:When Liberty Land is closed, a cop seizes a donut cart and says it's a code 7. The other cops there approve it.]]

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* BriefcaseFullOfMoney: The Mayor has received several "campaign contributions" that way.


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* InsistentTerminology: The briefcases full of money the Mayor receives aren't bribes. They're "campaign contributions".


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* SignsOfDisrepair: Some lights at the "Liberty Land" sign go off, making it read "Lie Land". The Mayor decides to keep it that way to save electricity money.


* AntiHero: Mr. Feng is this, in a way. He starts off as minor antagonist who holds some kind of grudge against Surly and Buddy. He also detests humans because he and his other allies were mistreated by them. However, during the third act, he decides to [[spoiler:help the park animals and inevitably turn towards a life of peace]].

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* AntiHero: Mr. Feng is this, in a way. He starts off as an minor antagonist who holds some kind of grudge against Surly and Buddy. He also detests humans because he and his other allies mice gang were mistreated by them. However, during the third act, he decides to [[spoiler:help the park animals and inevitably turn towards a life of peace]].


* AntiHero: Mr. Feng is this, in a way. He starts off as minor antagonist who holds kind of grudge against Surly and Buddy. He also detests humans because he and his other allies were mistreated by them. However, during the third act, he decides to [[spoiler:help the park animals and inevitably turn towards a life of peace]].

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* AntiHero: Mr. Feng is this, in a way. He starts off as minor antagonist who holds some kind of grudge against Surly and Buddy. He also detests humans because he and his other allies were mistreated by them. However, during the third act, he decides to [[spoiler:help the park animals and inevitably turn towards a life of peace]].

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* SpoiledBrat: Heather is this in spades.

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* AntiHero: Mr. Feng is this, in a way. He starts off as minor antagonist who holds kind of grudge against Surly and Buddy. He also detests humans because he and his other allies were mistreated by them. However, during the third act, he decides to [[spoiler:help the park animals and inevitably turn towards a life of peace]].


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* GoodIsNotNice: Mr. Feng, fitting his AntiHero persona.

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