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* MemeticMutation: The infamous "Call Blaze" app on the Google Store that scared kids became this. [[note]] Every time one would beat the game, Blaze would call you, threatening to stab you to death with his knife. Needless to say, this was a cause of concern for many parents with children who were left terrified by the unsettling call. The app has since been removed from Google Play.[[/note]]

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* MemeticMutation: The infamous "Call Blaze" app on the Google Store that scared kids became this. [[note]] Every time one would beat the game, Blaze someone only known as "Happy Slappy" would call you, threatening to stab you to death with his knife. Needless to say, this was a cause of concern for many parents with children who were left terrified by the unsettling call. The app has since been removed banned from Google Play.[[/note]]


* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The Monster Machines competing in a night race in "The Midnight Mile" would've been a good time for them to use their speed lights again (having received them in "Light Riders"). Instead, they race on a lit track with no lights on them at all, and thus, the speed lights have became ForgottenPhlebotinum all together.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The Monster Machines competing in a night race in "The Midnight Mile" would've been a good time for them to use their speed lights again (having received them in "Light Riders"). Instead, they race on a lit track with no lights on them at all, and thus, the speed lights have became ForgottenPhlebotinum all together.together.
* UncannyValley: The faces of the trucks can sometimes come off as this, especially the exaggerated {{Animesque}} moments in Season 1.


*** Starla is suffering this ''the worse.'' She's appeared the fewest out of the main characters, only appearing no more than 5-6 times after season 1. She's also had the longest absence streak with a grand total of ''14'' absences, between "Toucan Do It!" in Season 3 to "Robots to the Rescue" in Season 4.

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*** Starla is suffering this ''the worse.'' She's appeared the fewest out of the main characters, only appearing no more than 5-6 times after season 1. She's also had the longest absence streak with a grand total of ''14'' absences, between "Toucan Do It!" in Season 3 to "Robots to the Rescue" in Season 4. This is probably because Kate Higgins had a lot of other shows to work with at the time.



*** Watts was built up as Blaze's new Monster Machine friend, but she appeared very little in the fourth season, only four out of twenty episodes. Possibly because Creator/MelanieMinichino had a lot of work as the female announcer for Disney Junior, as well as her roles as [[WesternAnimation/MarvelsSpiderMan Anya]] and [[WesternAnimation/{{TOTS}} Ava]] .

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*** Watts was built up as Blaze's new Monster Machine friend, but she appeared very little in the fourth season, only four out of twenty episodes. Possibly because Creator/MelanieMinichino had a lot of work as the female announcer for Disney Junior, as well as her roles as [[WesternAnimation/MarvelsSpiderMan Anya]] and [[WesternAnimation/{{TOTS}} Ava]] .Ava]].


*** Watts was built up as Blaze's new Monster Machine friend, but she appeared very little in the fourth season, only four out of twenty episodes. Possibly because Melanie Minichino had a lot of work as the female announcer for Disney Junior.

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*** Watts was built up as Blaze's new Monster Machine friend, but she appeared very little in the fourth season, only four out of twenty episodes. Possibly because Melanie Minichino Creator/MelanieMinichino had a lot of work as the female announcer for Disney Junior.Junior, as well as her roles as [[WesternAnimation/MarvelsSpiderMan Anya]] and [[WesternAnimation/{{TOTS}} Ava]] .


* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: Some viewers didn't like a number of the changes after the mid-season 3 art evolution, such as having AJ describe the STEM concept instead of Blaze, a digital diagram of AJ's description appearing on his watch or Blaze's control panel instead of skywriting it, and not using his Visor View to see something faraway, instead having the camera panning to whatever is being spotted when he says it.

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* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: Some viewers didn't like a number of the changes after the mid-season 3 art evolution, ArtEvolution, such as having AJ describe the STEM concept instead of Blaze, a digital diagram of AJ's description appearing on his watch or Blaze's control panel instead of skywriting it, and not using his Visor View to see something faraway, instead having the camera panning to whatever is being spotted when he says it.

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* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: Some viewers didn't like a number of the changes after the mid-season 3 art evolution, such as having AJ describe the STEM concept instead of Blaze, a digital diagram of AJ's description appearing on his watch or Blaze's control panel instead of skywriting it, and not using his Visor View to see something faraway, instead having the camera panning to whatever is being spotted when he says it.

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*** Watts was built up as Blaze's new Monster Machine friend, but she appeared very little in the fourth season, only four out of twenty episodes. Possibly because Melanie Minichino had a lot of work as the female announcer for Disney Junior.


** Starla is suffering this ''the worse.'' She's appeared the fewest out of the main characters, only appearing no more than 5-6 times after season 1. She's also had the longest absence streak with a grand total of ''14'' absences, between "Toucan Do It!" in Season 3 to "Robots to the Rescue" in Season 4.

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** *** Starla is suffering this ''the worse.'' She's appeared the fewest out of the main characters, only appearing no more than 5-6 times after season 1. She's also had the longest absence streak with a grand total of ''14'' absences, between "Toucan Do It!" in Season 3 to "Robots to the Rescue" in Season 4.4.
*** As a matter of fact, the fourth season contains the longest consecutive set of episodes that only feature Blaze, AJ, Crusher and Pickle -- five in a row from "Officer Blaze" to "Blaze and the Magic Genie". It appears that said quartet of main characters have became the "official" set of main characters for the rest of the show's run, and the others have been demoted to recurring roles.

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** Starla is suffering this ''the worse.'' She's appeared the fewest out of the main characters, only appearing no more than 5-6 times after season 1. She's also had the longest absence streak with a grand total of ''14'' absences, between "Toucan Do It!" in Season 3 to "Robots to the Rescue" in Season 4.


** Pickle's family gets to appear in "The Pickle Family Campout", but out of all of them, ''his parents are not present''. This episode would've been a good time to finally show someone's parents ([[ParentalAbandonment as no one has had parents seen or mentioned throughout the show]]), but noooo.

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** Pickle's family gets to appear in "The Pickle Family Campout", but out of all of them, ''his parents are not present''.any of them''. This episode would've been a good time to finally show someone's parents ([[ParentalAbandonment as no one has had parents seen or mentioned throughout the show]]), but noooo.


* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Although Blaze's friends get a lot of attention, their appearances gradually became fewer with each new season, almost as if they became OutOfFocus. None of them even get a chance to sing a full song in the series (aside from a few brief moments in the first season).

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter:
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Although Blaze's friends get a lot of attention, their appearances gradually became fewer with each new season, almost as if they became OutOfFocus. None of them even get a chance to sing a full song in the series (aside from a few brief moments in the first season).season).
** Pickle's family gets to appear in "The Pickle Family Campout", but out of all of them, ''his parents are not present''. This episode would've been a good time to finally show someone's parents ([[ParentalAbandonment as no one has had parents seen or mentioned throughout the show]]), but noooo.
* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The Monster Machines competing in a night race in "The Midnight Mile" would've been a good time for them to use their speed lights again (having received them in "Light Riders"). Instead, they race on a lit track with no lights on them at all, and thus, the speed lights have became ForgottenPhlebotinum all together.


*** Said song is also to the tune of "Henry's Underwater Big Band" by Music/TheWiggles.

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*** Said song is also to the tune of "Henry's Underwater Big Band" by Music/TheWiggles.Music/TheWiggles.
* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Although Blaze's friends get a lot of attention, their appearances gradually became fewer with each new season, almost as if they became OutOfFocus. None of them even get a chance to sing a full song in the series (aside from a few brief moments in the first season).

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* IdiotPlot: The point behind Blaze getting trapped in the cave in "Dragon Island Duel". Being a VoluntaryShapeshifter, he could've just transformed into something to free himself, but he has to wait until ''AJ finds him'' to realize such.

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* SpecialEffectFailure: Blaze's flame no longer glowing when his Blazing Speed is activated since the ArtEvolution midway through Season 3.


* MostWonderfulSound: The sound of Blaze's Blazing Speed being deployed and put to use. Also the [[{{Leitmotif}} rock theme]] that plays whenever he uses it.

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* MostWonderfulSound: SugarWiki/MostWonderfulSound: The sound of Blaze's Blazing Speed being deployed and put to use. Also the [[{{Leitmotif}} rock theme]] that plays whenever he uses it.

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