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* EvilIsCool: No, they're not supposed to be role models (quite the opposite, in fact), but damned if they aren't all hilarious.

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* EvilIsCool: No, they're not supposed to be role models (quite the opposite, in fact), but damned if they aren't all hilarious.hilarious.
* {{Narm}}: Dr. Bigot turning his mind control ray on Yogi produces a wild speech where Yogi starts essentially promoting the separation of the races (by species of course).


* EarWorm: The theme song from the series.


** Is the show a shallow and preachy precursor to something in the vein of ''Captain Planet'', or does it have compelling villains who personify the intended morals well?

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** Is the show a shallow and preachy precursor to something in the vein of ''Captain Planet'', or does it have compelling villains who personify the intended morals well?well and provide a shining example of HB crossover?



* EarWorm: "The Perfect Place" from the pilot, and the theme song from the series.

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* EarWorm: "The Perfect Place" from the pilot, and the The theme song from the series.

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* EarWorm: "The Perfect Place" from the pilot, and the theme song from the series.


* BrokenBase: This show does this for various reasons.
** On one hand the whole AnAesop thing makes some people feel the show is too preachy.
** On the other hand the villains are written as personifications and given good performances some fans feel they are well executed as one-off baddies.
** For CrossOver purposes this is the first full series to go this way (Excluding Yogi's Birthday Party and the movie prequel) so seeing so many characters in one show is a base pleaser.
** And on the other side, some people feel too much time was spent on certain characters. Not to mention some who were never used.
* EvilIsCool: While the bad guys shouldn't be your role model, some come off pretty cool to some fans.

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* BrokenBase: This show does this for various reasons.
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* EvilIsCool: While the bad guys shouldn't No, they're not supposed to be your role model, some come off pretty cool to some fans.models (quite the opposite, in fact), but damned if they aren't all hilarious.


* BaseBreaker: This show does this for various reasons.

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* BaseBreaker: BrokenBase: This show does this for various reasons.

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* BaseBreaker: This show does this for various reasons.
** On one hand the whole AnAesop thing makes some people feel the show is too preachy.
** On the other hand the villains are written as personifications and given good performances some fans feel they are well executed as one-off baddies.
** For CrossOver purposes this is the first full series to go this way (Excluding Yogi's Birthday Party and the movie prequel) so seeing so many characters in one show is a base pleaser.
** And on the other side, some people feel too much time was spent on certain characters. Not to mention some who were never used.
* EvilIsCool: While the bad guys shouldn't be your role model, some come off pretty cool to some fans.

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