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1Describe ''WebAnimation/{{Superprinsen}}'' here.께Hoo...boy, where to begin?께Alright, well, ''Superprinsen'' (literally ''The Super Prince'') is a Swedish animated comedy webseries about the royal family. It was created in 2010 and premiered on March 25th, starring animated versions of Victoria (No, [[UsefulNotes/QueenVictoria not that Victoria]] -- the Swedish princess) and her suitor, Daniel Westling, in the events leading up to their wedding.께The thing about the webseries is that the events leading up to their wedding are ''absolutely insane'' and ([[EpilepticTrees probably]]) entirely fictional. 께The episodes are four-five minutes apiece, and the series consists of ten episodes overall. They are, as of today, available [[ here.]]께!!Tropes applying to episodes of Superprinsen are...께* ButtMonkey: The guard outside the castle, who gets hurt in some way OnceAnEpisode.* CatchPhrase: Daniel Westling's [[AccidentalMisnaming "Don't call me 'weasel'"]] (which, despite his [[InsistentTerminology insistence]], everyone calls him anyway), the King's "I have a ''genial'' plan" and "To the [[{{Thememobile}} Bernamobile!"]] (which is simply a fairly nondescript car), and Prince Karl-Philip's "When ''I'm'' king, [[MadLibsCatchPhrase I'll (X)!]]" * EnemyMime: The first episode has the King explicitly stating his 'unofficial policy'. Cut to a FauxtivationalPoster reading 'I HATE MIMES' with a picture of a mime on it, which has been used as a bullseye for various projectiles.* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: Subverted with Otto, the King's monkey (who he hired to write speeches), who is also an alcoholic.* ItMakesSenseInContext: A whole lot of the show. Often, it really doesn't.* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: An animated Creator/DolphLundgren appears on a Segway in episode 2, [[spoiler: to help Daniel from a giant waffle iron]]. ** The whole show, really, considering who it's about.* PaperThinDisguise: All of the King's 'genius plans' seems to involve one of these.* RealPersonFic: Obviously, considering who it's about. Seems to be set in an AlternateUniverse.* TakeThat: The King gets a monkey (ItMakesSenseInContext). Karl-Philip promptly states that he wants one too. The Queen says he can't have one.-->'''Karl:''' When I'm king, I'll have a monkey! I'll have ''thousand'' monkeys!-->'''The Queen:''' Stop that, Karl, Thousand Monkeys isn't funny...''Thousand Monkeys'' is the name of a Swedish humor-blog.----


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