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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Cleo mentions [[https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/55371/rise-and-fall-heinzs-green-ketchup green ketchup]] in the first episode.


** In the TV special ''Clash of the Pharaohs'', Tut is tormented by his nightmare so much that his heart is seen beating out of its canopic jar and bouncing around on the floor. Realistically the heart was left inside of the mummy as the Egyptians believed it to be the seat of the soul. Interestingly enough there has been cases of mummies without hearts but the heart was of that much importance that a symbolic replacement was usually put inside, and the heart never wound up in canopic jars as there was never need for one.

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** In the TV special ''Clash of the Pharaohs'', Tut is tormented by his nightmare so much that his heart is seen beating out of its canopic jar and bouncing around on the floor. Realistically the heart was left inside of the mummy as the Egyptians believed it to be the seat of the soul. Interestingly enough there has have been cases of mummies without hearts but the heart was of that much importance that a symbolic replacement was usually put inside, and the heart never wound up in canopic jars as there was never need for one.



** Luxor. He is probably the most popular character in the show

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** Luxor. He is probably the most popular character in the showshow.


* JustHereForGodzilla: A lot of fans admit to watchig the show just for Luxor's snarky remarks.

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* JustHereForGodzilla: A lot of fans admit to watchig watching the show just for Luxor's snarky remarks.


* JerkassHasAPoint: While the gods may seem overly harsh at lashing out at Tut for his shenanigans, it’s not difficult to understand why they would be so upset with him considering that Tut is a selfish, bratty, and rather inept ruler (even if he is a JerkWithAHeartOfGold) who sees himself on the same level as them and frequently abuses magic to drastically affect the world around him. You can’t blame Ra for being angry at him for obstructing his job over a really petty reason in “The Boat of Millions of Years” or Isis for wanting to punish him for being a cheater/bully in “Ghostbusted”.


** Set is definetly this. Serving as a KnightOfCerebus to the show as well as having a terrifying design and a demonic voice, Set is probably the most terrifying character on the show.

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** Set is definetly this. Serving as a KnightOfCerebus to the show as well as having a terrifying design and a demonic voice, Set He is probably the most terrifying character on the show.


* JerkassHasAPoint: While the gods may seem overly harsh at lashing out at Tut for his shenanigans, it’s not difficult to understand why they would be so upset with him considering that Tut is a selfish, bratty, and rather inept ruler (even if he is a JerkWithAHeartOfGold) who sees himself on the same level as them and frequently abuses his magic to drastically effect the world around him. You can’t blame Ra for being angry at him for obstructing his job over a really petty reason in “The Boat of Millions of Years” or Isis for wanting to punish him for being a cheater/bully in “Ghostbusted”.

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* JerkassHasAPoint: While the gods may seem overly harsh at lashing out at Tut for his shenanigans, it’s not difficult to understand why they would be so upset with him considering that Tut is a selfish, bratty, and rather inept ruler (even if he is a JerkWithAHeartOfGold) who sees himself on the same level as them and frequently abuses his magic to drastically effect affect the world around him. You can’t blame Ra for being angry at him for obstructing his job over a really petty reason in “The Boat of Millions of Years” or Isis for wanting to punish him for being a cheater/bully in “Ghostbusted”.


* JerkassHasAPoint: While the gods may seem overly harsh at lashing out at Tut for his shenanigans, it’s not difficult to understand why they would be so upset with him considering that Tut is a selfish, bratty, and rather inept ruler (even if he is a JerkWithAHeartOfGold) who sees himself on the same level as them and frequently abuses his magic to drastically effect the world around him. You can’t blame Ra for being angry at him for obstructing his job in “The Boat of Millions of Years” or Isis for wanting to punish him for being a cheater/bully in “Ghostbusted”.

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* JerkassHasAPoint: While the gods may seem overly harsh at lashing out at Tut for his shenanigans, it’s not difficult to understand why they would be so upset with him considering that Tut is a selfish, bratty, and rather inept ruler (even if he is a JerkWithAHeartOfGold) who sees himself on the same level as them and frequently abuses his magic to drastically effect the world around him. You can’t blame Ra for being angry at him for obstructing his job over a really petty reason in “The Boat of Millions of Years” or Isis for wanting to punish him for being a cheater/bully in “Ghostbusted”.

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* JerkassHasAPoint: While the gods may seem overly harsh at lashing out at Tut for his shenanigans, it’s not difficult to understand why they would be so upset with him considering that Tut is a selfish, bratty, and rather inept ruler (even if he is a JerkWithAHeartOfGold) who sees himself on the same level as them and frequently abuses his magic to drastically effect the world around him. You can’t blame Ra for being angry at him for obstructing his job in “The Boat of Millions of Years” or Isis for wanting to punish him for being a cheater/bully in “Ghostbusted”.

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* MorePopularSpinoff: While still obscure, the show is more well known than the aforementioned ''Jet Cat Clubhouse.''


* AdaptationDisplacement: Most don't know that Tut originally appeared as a character in JetcatClubhouse before he got his own show.
* CriticalResearchFailure: While the show does strive to be as accurate as possible to the source material while throwing in a few intentional fictional things (such as the Scepter of Was and Tutankhensetamun himself), there are still a few points when the show gets things wrong.

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* AdaptationDisplacement: Most don't know that Tut originally appeared as a character in JetcatClubhouse ''Jetcat Clubhouse'' before he got his own show.
* CriticalResearchFailure: While the show does strive to be as accurate as possible to the source material while throwing in a few intentional fictional things (such as the Scepter of Was and Tutankhensetamun himself), there are still a few points when the show gets things wrong.wrong:



* EnsembleDarkhorse: Luxor. Who is probably the most popular character in the show

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Luxor. Who He is probably the most popular character in the show



* NightmareFuel: Tut himself can be pretty damn scary, though most of the time he's more UglyCute.

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* NightmareFuel: NightmareFuel:
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Tut himself can be pretty damn scary, though most of the time he's more UglyCute.


** In the TV special ''Clash of the Pharaohs'', Tut is tormented by his nightmare so much that his heart is seen beating out of it's canopic jar and bouncing around on the floor. Realistically the heart was left inside of the mummy as the Egyptians believed it to be the seat of the soul. Interestingly enough there has been cases of mummies without hearts but the heart was of that much importance that a symbolic replacement was usually put inside, and the heart never wound up in canopic jars as there was never need for one.

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** In the TV special ''Clash of the Pharaohs'', Tut is tormented by his nightmare so much that his heart is seen beating out of it's its canopic jar and bouncing around on the floor. Realistically the heart was left inside of the mummy as the Egyptians believed it to be the seat of the soul. Interestingly enough there has been cases of mummies without hearts but the heart was of that much importance that a symbolic replacement was usually put inside, and the heart never wound up in canopic jars as there was never need for one.


** Set is definetly this. Serving as a KnightOfCereberus to the show as well as having a terrifying design and a demonic voice, Set is probably the most terrifying character on the show.

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** Set is definetly this. Serving as a KnightOfCereberus KnightOfCerebus to the show as well as having a terrifying design and a demonic voice, Set is probably the most terrifying character on the show.


** Set is definetly this. Serving as a KnightOfCerberus to the show as well as having a terrifying design and a demonic voice, Set is probably the most terrifying character on the show.

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** Set is definetly this. Serving as a KnightOfCerberus KnightOfCereberus to the show as well as having a terrifying design and a demonic voice, Set is probably the most terrifying character on the show.
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* AdaptationDisplacement: Most don't know that Tut originally appeared as a character in JetcatClubhouse before he got his own show.


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*EnsembleDarkhorse: Luxor. Who is probably the most popular character in the show
**Amut has also developed quite a few fans due to her unique design. Even though she only apeared in one episode.
*JustHereForGodzilla: A lot of fans admit to watchig the show just for Luxor's snarky remarks.


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**Set is definetly this. Serving as a KnightOfCerberus to the show as well as having a terrifying design and a demonic voice, Set is probably the most terrifying character on the show.


** In the TV special ''Clash of the Pharaohs'', Tutenstein is tormented by his nightmare so much that his heart is seen beating out of it's canopic jar and bouncing around on the floor. Realistically the heart was left inside of the mummy as the Egyptians believed it to be the seat of the soul. Interestingly enough there has been cases of mummies without hearts but the heart was of that much importance that a symbolic replacement was usually put inside, and the heart never wound up in canopic jars as there was never need for one.

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** In the TV special ''Clash of the Pharaohs'', Tutenstein Tut is tormented by his nightmare so much that his heart is seen beating out of it's canopic jar and bouncing around on the floor. Realistically the heart was left inside of the mummy as the Egyptians believed it to be the seat of the soul. Interestingly enough there has been cases of mummies without hearts but the heart was of that much importance that a symbolic replacement was usually put inside, and the heart never wound up in canopic jars as there was never need for one.

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