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Web Animation / Plancy's World

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Plancy's World is a webtoon made by Lenstar Productions, the same people who brought you Mugman.

The webtoon stars Plancy, a ditzy girl who stars in her own Dora the Explorer parody, which goes horribly wrong due to an angry flower named Flower that lives in a flower pot on Plancy's head and constantly gets in the way of Plancy's interactions with the viewers.

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  • A Dog Named "Dog": Flower.
  • Animate Inanimate Object: Flower.
  • Audience Surrogate: Flower is the embodiment of every older viewer who watches Dora The Explorer, always advocating easier solutions and snarking his way through episodes.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall/Fake Interactivity: Parodied. Plancy constantly talks to the viewers as if she were in her own children's show, and Flower calls her out on it.
  • Cast of Expies: Or more specifically, a cast of Dora the Explorer expies.
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  • Cloudcuckoolander: Plancy is heavily implied to be extremely delusional, talking to a non-existent audience.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Flower.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: When Flower angers a Spanish-speaking Benny the Bull expy named Jose Hog, he comes after him with a weed-whacker.
  • The Ditz: Plancy.
  • Edutainment Show: A parody of this trope.
  • Fake Interactivity: Deconstructed. Plancy is always talking to the audience. Flower, on his part, thinks Plancy is utterly insane.
  • Feathered Fiend: Shifty the vulture. When Plancy has to decide which way is the right way to the beach (one way is to the beach, the other is to a dark, dangerous-looking forest), Shifty tells Plancy that the forest is the right way. This turns into a subversion when it turns out the forest really is the right way to the beach, and the other path is to a beach-like trap made by cannibals.
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  • Funny Animal: Several of these appear throughout the series.
  • Halloween Episode: "Halloween".
  • Precision F-Strike: Flower says "what the hell" twice in the whole series. Otherwise, his dialogue is mostly clean.
  • Stylistic Suck: Unsurprising, since this is from the same person who made Mugman.
  • Take That!: The whole series is a parody of Dora the Explorer, complete with expies of characters like Swiper the Fox, Benny the Bull, and the Map.


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