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* SupremeChef: Zozo, which she had her own restaurant back in Kryobia in her younger days and became a celebrity chef in "Zozo Stewart".

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* SupremeChef: Zozo, which she had her own restaurant back in Kryobia in her younger days and became a celebrity chef in "Zozo Stewart".Stewart".
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* AnnoyingLaugh: Danny Jeng's laugh, to the point of VerbalTic.

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* AllThereInTheManual: If TheOtherWiki is believed, then the Dorkovitches moved to [[CanadaEh Happy Valley, Labrador]].

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* AllThereInTheManual: If TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki is believed, then the Dorkovitches moved to [[CanadaEh Happy Valley, Labrador]].


* RevolvingDoorRevolution: Kryobia's tourist slogan is "Our people are always revolting". An actual example involved a revolution that involved Yuri the Yak Herder, whom brought Kryobia in the Dark Ages with his crazy ideas, like changing all the blue hates to red. Donko's father led a rebellion and overthrew him where he disappeared.

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* RevolvingDoorRevolution: Kryobia's tourist slogan is "Our people are always revolting". An actual example involved a revolution that involved Yuri the Yak Herder, whom brought Kryobia in the Dark Ages with his crazy ideas, like changing replacing all the blue hates to red. hats with red hats. Donko's father led a rebellion and overthrew him was thought of the be dead, where he disappeared.shortly afterward Yuri was overthrown.


* LethalChef: Nadia once pointed out that while Magda is an excellent butcher, she is a terrible cook. Magda said that none of the women in her family are this too and marry into other families that do cook.

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* LethalChef: Nadia once pointed out that while Magda is an excellent butcher, she is a terrible cook. Magda said adds that none of the women in her family are this too can cook and marry into other families for that do cook.reason.


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* RevolvingDoorRevolution: Kryobia's tourist slogan is "Our people are always revolting". An actual example involved a revolution that involved Yuri the Yak Herder, whom brought Kryobia in the Dark Ages with his crazy ideas, like changing all the blue hates to red. Donko's father led a rebellion and overthrew him where he disappeared.


** "Requiem for a Screen" has several video game shout outs, from ''VideoGame/TombRaider'' to ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong''.

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** "Requiem for a Screen" has several video game shout outs, from ''VideoGame/TombRaider'' ''Franchise/TombRaider'' to ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong''.''Franchise/DonkeyKong''.


* {{Ruritania}}: The fictional country of Kryobia, where the Dorkovitches hailed from.



* SupremeChef: Zozo, which she had her own restaurant back in Kryobia in her younger days and became a celebrity chef in "Zozo Stewart".
* {{Ruritania}}: The fictional country of Kryobia, where the Dorkovitches hailed from.

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* SupremeChef: Zozo, which she had her own restaurant back in Kryobia in her younger days and became a celebrity chef in "Zozo Stewart".
* {{Ruritania}}: The fictional country of Kryobia, where the Dorkovitches hailed from.
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: "Wingnut 5000" had Magda defeating one of the rogue robots by [[DefeatByModesty pulling down it's undergarmets]]. Revealing two perculiarly placed lugnuts.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: "Wingnut 5000" had Magda defeating one of the rogue robots by [[DefeatByModesty pulling down it's its undergarmets]]. Revealing two perculiarly placed lugnuts.


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''Weird Years'' was a Canadian series that originally aired in 2006 on Creator/{{YTV}}. The show follows the Dorkovitch family, who have immigrated from the ficitional country of Kryobia to North America and their misadventures. The family includes Donko, the eccentric plumber and father. His wife Magda, the deli butcher and mother of twins Ivan and Nadia. His ancient mother Zozo, and finally, the pet goat Rasputin.

The series was cancelled shortly afterward in 2007, with a total of 27 episodes released. The series had never been released on home video, but it can be viewed on Youtube.

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* AnnoyingLaugh: Danny Jeng's laugh, to the point of VerbalTic.
* AllThereInTheManual: If TheOtherWiki is believed, then the Dorkovitches moved to [[CanadaEh Happy Valley, Labrador]].
* CampGay: Rasputin the goat. As revealed in "The Bears and the Bees".
* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything:
** "Infoodelity", Donko was eating food from Danny Jeng's mother rather than Zozo's food. The whole thing was treated as an affair.
** "Requiem for a Screen" treated Ivan's addiction to a computer game as if it was drugs.
* FunnyForeigner: Donko, Magda and Zozo. Averted with Ivan and Nadia since they were born in the New World.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: "Wingnut 5000" had Magda defeating one of the rogue robots by [[DefeatByModesty pulling down it's undergarmets]]. Revealing two perculiarly placed lugnuts.
* HappilyMarried: Donko and Magda has a healthy relationship.
* LethalChef: Nadia once pointed out that while Magda is an excellent butcher, she is a terrible cook. Magda said that none of the women in her family are this too and marry into other families that do cook.
* OnlySaneWoman: Nadia seems to be the most grounded in reality compared to the rest of her family.
* ShoutOut:
** "Requiem for a Screen" has several video game shout outs, from ''VideoGame/TombRaider'' to ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong''.
** "Wingnut 5000" has Magda fighting one of the robots ''Film/{{Aliens}}''-style
-->'''Magda:''' Get away from her you ''glitch''.
* StripPoker: Magda and Donko was shown playing this game in a flashback, but they were caught by the twins. Since then, they were taught the opposite, Dress Up Poker.
* SupremeChef: Zozo, which she had her own restaurant back in Kryobia in her younger days and became a celebrity chef in "Zozo Stewart".
* Ruritania: The fictional country of Kryobia, where the Dorkovitches hailed from.

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