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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron (or simply SWAT Kats) was one of the darkest and edgiest animated shows to come out of Hanna-Barbera at the peak of The Renaissance Age of Animation.The cartoon was created by Christian and Yvon Tremblay, two brothers from Montreal. It ran on TBS and in syndication from 1993 to 1995, alongside 2 Stupid Dogs, and it also occasionally airs on Cartoon Network's sister network Boomerang. There were a total of 23 original episodes over two seasons, with one special Clip Show episode capping the series off. The story takes place in "Megakat City", which is inhabited by Anthromorphic Kats, and chronicles the adventures of two Badass Normal Superhero best friends who fight super-crime under secret identities.Chance "T-Bone" Furlong and Jake "Razor" Clawson were once two humble officers of the Enforcers, teaming up as the pilot and Radar Intercept Officer of a fighter jet in the Enforcers' Air Force Squadron. Until they accidentally destroyed their command headquarters and caused sizeable amounts of damage while in pursuit of a criminal. Their former superior, Commander Ulysses Feral, stuck them in long-term community service in a military junkyard until Chance and Jake managed to pay off their debt... which, considering their salaries, was likely to be never (also, never mind that the incident was Feral's fault in the first place).Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Working at the salvage yard, Jake and Chance realize that people — including the Enforcers — throw a lot of perfectly useable stuff away. Using their mechanic skills, they put discarded military equipment and weapons to their own personal use, building a high-tech fighter-jet named the TurboKat (which bears a striking resemblance to the U.S. Navy F-14 Tomcat, except with three engines and VTOL capabilities). This way, they get back in the air and fight the numerous villains that are plaguing the city. Complete with new uniforms, masks, cool gadgets, codenames, an Elaborate Underground Base, and occasional help from allies (like Deputy Mayor Callie Briggs and Feral's niece Felina), they kick super-villain tail and generally do it with style.The Rogues Gallery includes, but is not limited to: the criminal mastermind Dark Kat, the undead sorcerer Pastmaster, mutated sociopathic Kat-turned-snake Doctor Viper, and married robotic gangsters Mac and Molly Mange (better known as the Metallikats).Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })Episodes of the show followed a one-shot format, featuring completely self-contained stories and certain overarching themes and villains. The Status Quo, however, does change every now and then, and only very few of the bad guys get Joker Immunity. On occasion, if the bad guy pushes them too far, our heroes will shoot to kill.The series' attempts at bigger action came too soon for many people, and the series took criticism for its violent content. Despite a successful first season resulting in a huge Animation Bump with a Darker and Edgier visual style (sometimes accompanied by an inconsistent Animesque Art Shift, depending on who animated which episode), the show was cancelled close to the end of its second season with the final three episodes left unfinished. The show has a very strong cult following that continues to this day, and DVDs are available from the Warner Archive program.Although the series was short-lived, it got an official game on the SNES in August 1995.On July 23, 2015, the Tremblays began a Kickstarter campaign to help fund a Sequel Series called SWAT Kats: Revolution. Their initial goal was $50,000. When the campaign ended a month later, they'd collected $141,500 in pledges from 2,014 backers, which meant that we should've seen at least a two-minute teaser (among other materials) for the new show. However, as of February 2020, there's been no sign of the teaser and no new information regarding Revolution, and it appears to be indefinitely stuck in Development Hell.note The Tremblays actually have a proof of concept and several materials ready, and have been pitching the series to several distributors, such as Netflix. However, none have shown any interest. Time will tell if the squadron will fly again in the future.
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Offscreen Teleportation: Madkat. Subverted in that he does this both on and off screen.
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Animal Superheroes
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Animal Superheroes: Of course.
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Dirty Coward
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Dirty Coward: Lt. Steel, especially in "The Wrath of Dark Kat". Despite making it plain he wants to be commander of the Enforcers and even betraying Feral to get it, when actually put in the thick of the action, he chickens out and hides. He won't even save his own hide by shooting back! Then there's Manx, who often lacks even moral courage, as he is quick to try and offer deals to the villains if it'll spare him/make his life easier. And somewhat more nefariously, in "The Giant Bacteria", when he and Callie are being chased, he shoves her off of a rescue ladder so he can climb up ahead of her. Randall the photographer in "The Deadly Pyramid" isn't just Too Dumb to Live, rushing headlong into the pyramid to try and get a picture of the Pastmaster, but when chased out by the giant mummies, he steals the only Jeep and drives off, abandoning Dr. Sinian and her assistant Henson.
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No Celebrities Were Harmed: David Litterbin, the Talk Show host from "Enter the Madkat", is obviously based on David Letterman. The storyboards also suggest there's a little bit of Garry Shandling in him as well. In the unfinished episode "Succubus!", Katrina Moorkroft's creepy chauffeur Otto is described as resembling Erich von Stroheim. This was quite common among the shows writers. The storyboards for "Enter the Madkat" described Katzmer the antique store owner as being based off of Keye Luke in '"Gremlins'', while the script for "Chaos in Crystal" says Warden Meece and Dr. Greenbox are based off of M. Emmet Walsh and Woody Harrelson, respectively.
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Gatling Good: The gatling cement gun introduced in the first episode itself, which makes itself useful throughout the series (although not much).
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Abnormal Ammo
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Abnormal Ammo: 99.9% of the weapons carried on the TurboKat, sometimes referred to as Missile of the Week. In fact, the TurboKat only rarely ever uses normal missiles; there's even a button on Razor's control panel marked "Plain Old Missile". This actually became a plot point in "Razor's Edge", where Razor believes he blew up a warehouse and injured two innocent bystanders. The first indication that the whole thing is a set-up, is that the missiles were non lethal, yet the warehouse clearly blew up. Here's a list of all the different missiles and such used by the TurboKat over the course of the series.
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Bloodless Carnage
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Bloodless Carnage: Even though characters get beaten to hell and back all the time, there's practically never any blood. On the plus side, there are explosions that blow up entire characters, though. One of the few times we see blood is when T-Bone gets bit by a mutant leech.
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Nerds Are Sexy
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Nerds Are Sexy: According to some fans, Callie Briggs practically defines this trope. So does Jake, to a certain extent. Unsure why. Does any woman with glasses, regardless of profession, count as a nerd, now? Callie's really more management than full-on nerd. Dr. Sinian would seem to fit this description better. A better example is Callie seeming to fancy Jake, who is unabashedly nerdy, as stated above.
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Darker and Edgier: "The Giant Bacteria" has the highest number of on-screen deaths in a single episode (see Bus Full of Innocents above). This also marks the beginning of T-Bone & Razor's "Kill if everything else fails" policy. Quite a punch, consider this was the show's first completed episode (it was second in broadcast order). Then there's Season 2 compared to Season 1.
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Title Sequence Replacement: When the series was originally broadcast, some first season reruns used the second season Title Sequence.
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Villain Team-Up
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Villain Team-Up/Legion of Doom: The "Alliance of Evil" between Dark Kat, Dr. Viper and The Metallikats in "Katastrophe". "A Bright and Shiny Future", meanwhile, sees a brief alliance between the Pastmaster and the Metallikats.
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Gratuitous Laboratory Flasks: Seen both in Dr. Viper's Mad Scientist Laboratory in the swamp, and in Megakat Biochemical Labs. Professor Hackle also has chemistry equipment for some reason, despite never actually needing it since he is a robotics expert and not a chemist or biologist. Dr. Viper's laboratory in "The Giant Bacteria," is pretty impressive to behold, featuring retorts, racks of test tubes, flasks, beakers and even a microscope that for some reason has smoke pouring out of the eyepiece (!). Besides this, bottles and flasks are stuffed into boxes and cubby holes everywhere in the background. Interestingly, production notes called for even more chemistry equipment to be seen, but for some reason the animators didn't get the message. Professor Hackle's lab is especially egregious. Although a little more toned down than Viper's, he nevertheless has a table on which can be seen a retort and several flasks and test tubes. One problem. Hackle is a machinist/roboticist, so what he needs chemistry equipment for is anyone's guess. They're just there to inform us he's, like, a scientist and such, even though the operating tables and Kenneth Strickfadden-esque machinery filling the rest of the room do the job just fine on their own. The Pastmaster has some of this kind of stuff on a table in his tower in "Bride of the Pastmaster," but he never does anything with it, instead using a big cauldron in the middle of the room. Megakat Biochemical Labs as seen in "Katastrophe" has shelves and shelves of "katalysts" in identical stoppered flasks with numbered labels. In all its other appearances, it's more toned down.
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Exactly What I Aimed At: Razor to Mutilor.
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All There in the Manual
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All There in the Manual: Promotional material made it clear that Dark Kat was actually a judge in Megakat City, who used his position to help protect his criminal side job. This was never explored in the series. For that matter it was never even mentioned. The only real connection this has to be found is that his coat does look like a judge's robe. Very little was known about Dark Kat at all save for his status as a criminal mastermind, and his penchant for using odd, demonic looking hench-things he called Creeplings.
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Why We Can't Have Nice Things
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Why We Can't Have Nice Things: A priceless historical site gets obliterated in "The Deadly Pyramid." Granted, it wasn't entirely their fault.
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The Hyena: Chopshop may or may not be a literal one. For all of his 5 minutes in the series.
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Everything's Better with Dinosaurs
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Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: Dinosaurs are all over the place, mostly because of the Pastmaster. Even some of the robotic designs are dino-inspired.
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Those Two Guys: Burke and Murray.
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In the Back: "A Bright And Shiny Future" had three double-crosses: one by the Metallikats, one by the Pastmaster, and one by the SWAT Kats themselves. Weird. "Katastrophe" also had three different ones: Dark Kat always planned to screw over everybody, so Viper anticipated that and decided to screw him first, and he recruited the Metallikats to screw Dark Kat with him. Also averted, in the sense that Dark Kat thought he could force the Metallikats to do his dirty work for him and screw Viper first. Please do not take any of these statements literally. If you do, considering we're talking about robots and mutated monsters, keep a bottle of Brain Bleach handy. Thank you for visiting TV Tropes. Have a nice day.
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Heterosexual Life-Partners: The SWAT Kats/Chance and Jake.
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Uncle Wolf: Feral may seem harsh and quick-tempered, but he genuinely loves his niece and would do anything to protect her. In fact, he tried to prevent her from joining the Enforcers for just that reason.
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Stealth Pun: The TurboKat has a variable-sweep wing design. The most well-known plane in Real Life with such a design is the F-14 Tomcat. Though it may not exactly be a pun as a Shout-Out, as the TurboKat shares a LOT with the F-14 besides the wings. In fact, the only real differences are the additional engine, the ability to hover, a (ludicrously massive) internal bay, and to a lesser extent, the paint job. Razor's station in the back seat actually looks like a real-life Tomcat RIO console.
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Drowning Pit: Mutilor tries to trap the SWAT Kats in one. It doesn't work.
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Talking Animal: The entire freaking population.
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Tanks for Nothing: The only purpose the Enforcer tanks serve is getting stomped by the Monster of the Week so the heroes can save the day. According to model sheets, they're called Peacekeepers, and rather bizarrely seem to lack turrets (despite appearing to possess them, they never rotate even once). Instead, their main armament seems to consist of two dual forward-mounted laser cannons that can tilt up and down but not side to side, meaning the Peacekeeper can only fire in whatever direction the front end is currently facing. In "Metal Urgency," Puma-Dyne designs an experimental tank for them called the Behemoth. It seems impressive, since it is protected by a force field and (for whatever reason) all of its armaments are said to be thought-controlled. But after being stolen by Hard Drive, it's taken on a rampage so brief it never even leaves the facility where it had just been built before the SWAT Kats manage to take it out by frying its electrical systems, which results in the thought controls becoming disabled. And apparently there is no backup conventional control for it because once Hard Drive loses the ability to operate it with his mind, the million dollar prototype promptly drives itself into a wall and crashes uselessly.
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Not a tactic in and of itself, but the Peacekeeper (the Enforcers' primary type of tank) is a poorly designed vehicle that has guns capable of pivoting up and down, but not, apparently, from side to side.
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Chekhov's Gun: The chili pepper in "The Wrath of Dark Kat".
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For Science!
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For Science!: Even the non-villainous scientists and engineers in Megakat City seem pretty cavalier about the risks and consequences of their work.
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Conveyor Belt o' Doom
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Conveyor Belt o' Doom: Dark Kat tries to kill the heroes with one in "Night of the Dark Kat". He should have known better.
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Aborted Arc: The first episode implied a bit of a Love Triangle with Chance crushing on Callie who was implied to have a thing for Jake who didn't seem to notice. This was never brought up again, as the Swat Kats acted professionally with Callie both in and out of uniform. It would've been brought up again in "Succubus!" but the episode was never finished due to the series being canceled.
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In Medias Res: The show goes straight to the action; no backstory, no origin. Until "The Wrath Of Dark Kat" (the third episode broadcast), we don't know how we got there.
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In "The Dark Side of the SWAT Kats," one of the Puma-Dyne guards is just an Enforcer commando with a Palette Swap and the Puma-Dyne logo on his armor instead of the Enforcer one.
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Emergency Transformation
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Emergency Transformation: The origin of the Metallikats.
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Mythology Gag: The in-universe "Scaredy Kat" cartoon that Chance likes watching could easily be construed as a takeoff on your typical Hanna-Barbera cartoon.
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Reused Character Design: The Enforcer commandos and pilots are all identical, likely a cost-cutting measure considering how many have to appear and be animated every episode. Except for them this is generally avoided except for a few annoying instances: Similarly, except for Smitty and the unnamed guy who appears in "Enter the Madkat" and "Katastrophe" (called "Sergeant #2" in the storyboards) all Enforcer sergeants use the same character design as Sgt. Talon. This makes it difficult to tell if the sergeant in question is intended to be Talon or not unless he speaks. In "The Wrath of Dark Kat," all the power plant guards except the two at the front gate are the same character design recycled about twenty or thirty times. It's especially obvious in closeups of them standing in a line. In "The Metallikats," the mobsters who are with Katscratch and Fango are all literally identical. They have the same fur color and they're all wearing identical gray business suits and fedoras. The only thing different about them are their voices. Hanna-Barbera could've at least given them different fur and suit colors. In "The Ghost Pilot," Charlie the museum guard is just the guard from "The Pastmaster Always Rings Twice" with a different-colored uniform. In "The Dark Side of the SWAT Kats," one of the Puma-Dyne guards is just an Enforcer commando with a Palette Swap and the Puma-Dyne logo on his armor instead of the Enforcer one.
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Furry Confusion
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Furry Confusion: Ann Gora wears earrings in the human position, apparently fixed to her jaw. Or they just dangle really low.
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Aliens and Monsters
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Aliens and Monsters: Many of the show's villains fall into this category.
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Uncertain Doom
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Uncertain Doom: While some death scenes (particularly Katscratch, Warden Meece and Mutilor) are pretty blatant, and even a few that happen offscreen are confirmed in dialogue later (the guards in "Katastrophe"), quite a few aren't entirely clear: The museum guard in "The Pastmaster Always Rings Twice." Backing away from the sabertoothed tiger, he bumps into a dinosaur skeleton and brings the entire thing crashing down on top of him. He's never mentioned again, even when Callie and Dr. Sinian examine the bone pile before being attacked by the sabertoothed tiger themselves. Dr. Zyme in "The Giant Bacteria." We see the bacteria monster's hand reach for him and begin to descend over him, but then it cuts away, and it even shows the monster seemingly being distracted from killing him by Feral's chopper, implying he could've slipped away. His death is never confirmed in the episode. The partially mutated Dr. Street gets launched out a window on the top floor of a 300-story skyscraper in "The Ci-Kat-A." Despite possessing wings, he just plummets screaming to presumably make his name literal 300 stories below and is never mentioned again. He was scheduled to return in one of the unfinished episodes, "Doctors of Doom", however. He unambiguously dies in that, though. The homeless guy who encounters a tentacle monster in "Mutation City." He screams and it cuts away. Cybertron in "The Deadly Pyramid." The poor little guy takes a ton of punishment before finally being so badly damaged he can't even move. He's a robot, so he can potentially be rebuilt, but the episode ends with Professor Hackle acting like it'll be extremely difficult, and it never confirms whether he'll be okay or not. Like Street, however, he was slated to return. In "Turmoil 2: The Revenge," he's rebuilt and helps the SWAT Kats. And even survives at the end! Conklin in "Caverns of Horror." The giant scorpion explodes through the ground underneath him and he's flung screaming into the air and right out of the episode, apparently, as he's never seen or mentioned again. This is strange considering that right before this occurs, he was about to be arrested for causing the whole thing, but the episode just forgets about him after he's sent flying offscreen. The title villains in "The Dark Side of the SWAT Kats." Were they killed by the mega-detonator, or did it just transport them into another alternate dimension? In the unfinished episode "Turmoil 2: The Revenge," Turmoil is swept off a cliff to her apparent Disney Villain Death by an avalanche. However there are many ways she could've survived including a jetpack or parachute hidden under her Badass Cape, or she could've had her fall broken halfway down by a ledge (as Cybertron does when he falls off a cliff earlier in the script).
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Trapped in the Past
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Trapped in the Past: In "Bride Of The Pastmaster".
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Hurricane of Puns
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Hurricane of Puns: "The Giant Bacteria" has Viper letting loose a few of these on Morbulus, like "Quite an eyeful, isn't it?" and "We see eye to eye, Morbulus!"
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Non-Indicative Name
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Non-Indicative Name: Dr. Greenbox. Originally, he was to be a botanist, in which capacity his surname would make sense; his field of expertise was later changed to "generic tinkerer" who works with machines, rendering his pun-tastic surname meaningless.
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Lampshade Hanging
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In fact, the TurboKat only rarely ever uses normal missiles; there's even a button on Razor's control panel marked "Plain Old Missile".
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Plot Armor
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If you keep count you can find, conservatively, 73 deaths in the first season ALONE. Some of which are pretty brutal. Not counting the casualties when Chance and Jake's Enforcer jet crashes into the headquarters. Additionally, there are 3 or 4 times where Feral should have died—them's some safety equipment. Hot damn. All the deaths, or even the near-fatal injuries are never mentioned.
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Saved by the Platform Below
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Saved by the Platform Below: Pilot T-Bone gets thrown into a pit full of spikes by Dark Kat. Razor is able to fish T-Bone out of that pit, where he was clinging to a small outcrop of rock.
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More Dakka
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More Dakka: The Enforcers, always. Razor also uses this twice: once each in "When Strikes Mutilor" and "Razor's Edge".
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Awesome, but Impractical
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Awesome, but Impractical: Most of the customized weapons in Razor's arsenal.
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Spikes of Villainy
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Spikes of Villainy: The evil SWAT Kats from the Mirror Universe have these on their Glovatrix.
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Sky Pirate
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Sky Pirate: Turmoil.
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The Cavalry Arrives Late
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The Cavalry Arrives Late: Seems to be part of the Enforcers' M.O.
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Animal Facial Hair
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Animal Facial Hair: Mayor Manx has white muttonchops. Commander Feral has what appear to be waxed whiskers styled like a mustache. Professor Hackle has the "muzzle beard" kind, wrapping around to encompass his jawline and cheek fur, and is colored white like his hair (his actual fur is kind of grayish tan). Katscratch in "The Metallikats" has the "waxed whiskers" style similar to Feral. Dr. Konway in "Mutation City" has very scruffy fur along his jawline suggestive of a beard, but no actual separate facial hair. Tiger Conklin in "Caverns of Horror" has black stripes along his jawline suggesting a beard (his actual hair is red). Beards: Morbulus in "The Giant Bacteria" has a neatly-trimmed reddish brown beard and the blacksmith in "Bride of the Pastmaster" has a bushy, grayish black beard. Mustaches: Warden Meece in "Chaos Crystal," the MASA reactor guard who is first to get turned in "The Ci-Kat-A," the Megakat Super Conductors guard in "Razor's Edge," the jumbo jet pilot in "Cry Turmoil," the islander in "Volcanus Erupts!" and Emil in "The Origin of Dr. Viper." In the storyboards for "Enter the Madkat," the Enforcer sergeant in that episode (identified as "Sergeant #2") is just the main sergeant, Sergeant Talon, with a neatly-trimmed pencil-thin mustache; in the finished episode, he is given a character design completely different from Talon's and has no mustache.
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Destination Defenestration
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Destination Defenestration: The Metallikats do this to Callie when she reveals that she was the one who denied their parole. Good thing the SWAT Kats were there for one of their Big Damn Heroes moments... Dr. Viper and Dr. Harley Street have also both been knocked out of windows.
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Mad Scientist
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Mad Scientist: Dr. Viper.
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"Die Hard" on an X: "Destructive Nature" is Die Hard with Man Eating Plants.
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Drill Tank
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Drill Tank: The TurboMole from "Caverns of Horror".
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Not the Fall That Kills You
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Not the Fall That Kills You: In "The Giant Bacteria", Razor and T-Bone drop Morbulus into the ocean from what has to be at least a hundred feet up.
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Skunk Stripe
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Skunk Stripe: Felina's hair color.
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G-Rated Drug
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G-Rated Drug: "The Metallikats" starts with a band of mobsters smuggling, you guessed it, catnip. Also, when Chance and Jake throw themselves down the couch to get some testosterone-filled entertainment, they bring out a six-pack of... not beer, but condensed milk. Turmoil also breaks out the milk (and wineglasses) to share a toast with T-Bone. And in "Bride of the Pastmaster", Queen Callista has Tabor bring goblets of milk for her dinner with Razor. Carbonated milk exists in real life (although it tastes bad and isn't widely available), so they might be drinking that.
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Artifact of Doom
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Artifact of Doom: The Pastmaster's Time Travel watch and Tome of Time spellbook ("The Pastmaster Always Rings Twice"), and the Jeweled Headdress of Katchu Piccu in "The Deadly Pyramid".
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Noodle Incident
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Noodle Incident: We never see the first time Callie and the Swat Kats met and how Callie became their ally.
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Badbutt
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Badbutt: Razor and T-Bone are borderline cases, but also sprinkled liberally throughout the show itself.
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Guy in Back
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Guy in Back: Razor acts as one in the TurboKat, with T-bone as the pilot.
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Every Car Is a Pinto
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Every Car Is a Pinto: And they all explode.
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DestructiveSavior
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Destructive Savior: Commander Feral often accuses the SWAT Kats of being this, and he isn't entirely wrong, as they do often tend to cause as much destruction as their enemies, sometimes by accident, sometimes by intentionally destroying something to stop the villain(s). They're very much "ends justify the means" heroes. Dark Kat uses this against them in "Razor's Edge" and frames them for accidentally hurting an elderly couple in an effort to turn the public against them and make them lose their confidence. He's almost successful.
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"I Know You're in There Somewhere" Fight: Subverted in "Mutation City". Razor immediately realizes that T-Bone is no longer in control of himself and without any hesitation, leaves him pinned to the wall with a spider missile.
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Literally Shattered Lives
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Literally Shattered Lives: The fate of Warden Meece in "Chaos in Crystal".
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Blatant Lies
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Blatant Lies: "The ENFORCERS can handle this!"
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Damsel in Distress
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Damsel in Distress: Callie sometimes, although she never goes down without a fight. Also Ann Gora once in "Caverns Of Horror".
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Alien Sky
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Alien Sky: In most episodes, the sky during the daytime is green. It's also been yellow several times, red at least twice, and is more purple than black at night. One of the only times it was ever actually blue was in "Chaos in Crystal", because Monster!Shard was green and would've likely blended into the usual green sky too much.
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A.I. Is a Crapshoot
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A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Averted with Cybertron, played straight with Zed.
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Killed Offscreen
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Killed Offscreen: The usual way characters die, particularly the two guards at the beginning of "Katastrophe."
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Sssssnaketalk
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Sssssnaketalk: Dr. Viper.
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Honor Before Reason
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Honor Before Reason: Feral's response to the Metallikats' offer to give away the identities of the SWAT Kats in exchange for their freedom: "I don't deal with scum." That earned Feral the respect of many fans.
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The Guards Must Be Crazy
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The Guards Must Be Crazy: A few examples, most notably in "The Origin of Dr. Viper." Elderly security guard Emil reads comics while on duty and sleeps at his station. His inattentive behavior allows Dr. Viper to basically walk right in under his nose without him realizing it. He hears a door slam, but, rather than go and investigate, he dismisses it as his imagination running away with him. Bizarrely, although one would think such an oblivious old coot working at Megakat Biochemical was meant to be a sign of the innocent, pre-Viper days (the omnipresent artillery cannons notwithstanding), the outline for the unfinished episode "The Doctors of Doom" reveals he still has his job and is still constantly reading comics on duty.
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What Could Have Been
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It would've been brought up again in "Succubus!" but the episode was never finished due to the series being canceled.
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Stock Footage
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Stock Footage: Pieces of animation regarding the SWAT Kats entering the TurboKat and exiting the hangar was frequently reused. And in reverse, about a decade later, various backgrounds, the Pastmaster's vortex and an Enforcer chopper (with the symbol on the front covered up) were all reused for Aqua Teen Hunger Force.
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Sealed Evil in a Can
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Sealed Evil in a Can: Pastmaster in "The Pastmaster Always Rings Twice".
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NameTron
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NameTron: The Cyclotron. And Cybertron.
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Gory Discretion Shot
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Gory Discretion Shot: In "The Ci-Kat-A", a Giant Bug gets knocked off the TurboKat and is seen plummeting towards the rotorblade on an Enforcer chopper; the camera then cuts back to the other one that's still hanging onto the cool jet.) In "Chaos in Crystal", Rex Shard turns various people and objects into crystal, including a corrupt prison warden who falls over and shatters. At the end of the episode, everything that's been crystallized is shown turning back to normal—except the warden, whose ultimate fate is never explicitly revealed. Shadow Discretion Shot from "The Giant Bacteria", which shows the titular bacteria eating a cow and its owner in shadow. Apparently even showing the scene in shadow was too much; the farmer's demise was cut from the episode's broadcasts (but put back in for the DVD).
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I Never Said It Was Poison
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I Never Said It Was Poison: The elderly kats Razor accidentally injures in "Razor's Edge" are doing a good job of layering on the guilt and tearing his self-esteem apart when they taunt "You'd never be able to stop Dark Kat." No one up until this point knows that Dark Kat is behind the episode's attacks. This clues Razor in that the two kats are neither injured nor elderly, and the event was not an accident.
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One Head Taller
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One Head Taller: Molly to Mac.
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Kansas City Shuffle
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Kansas City Shuffle: At the end of "A Bright And Shiny Future", Feral and Felina provide a distraction using the TurboKat while the SWAT Kats sneak in to get up close and personal with Mac and Molly.
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Mirror Universe
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Mirror Universe: "The Dark Side of the SWAT Kats".
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Humanoid Female Animal
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Humanoid Female Animal: Callie and Felina (and to a lesser extent Ann Gora and Dr. Sinian) look basically like humans with tails, cat ears, and modified noses. Male kats are given much more exaggerated proportions and fur.
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Improvised Weapon
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Improvised Weapon: After getting trapped in the past in "Bride of the Pastmaster", T-Bone and Razor trick out the TurboKat with whatever's at hand, including pepper stew. Callie also does this during her Action Girl moments. In "The Wrath of Dark Kat", she saves the SWAT Kats by hitting the titular villain with one of the money bags he'd stolen. In "The Ci-Kat-A", when alien-possessed scientist Dr. Harley Street is trying to "recruit" her, Callie says "I don't think so!" and smashes him on the head with her briefcase.
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Wham Line
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Wham Line: A rare example that's delivered to villains instead of heroes. In "The Metallikats", the titular villains are threatening to assault Mayor Manx because Mayor Manx allegedly turned down their bribe and denied their parole back when they were in prison. But Deputy Mayor Callie Briggs informs the Metallikats, "He didn't turn down your parole, I did!"
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Early Installment Weirdness
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Also, throughout season 1 the Enforcers' and criminals' weapons sometimes seemed to fire bullets, but with red streaks trailing the bullets as they were fired, and laser noises accompanied these; this tended to happen when the plot called for bullets in some fashion, so presumably this was some sort of compromise (though lasers won out by season 2).
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Body Horror
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Body Horror: What happens to Morbulus in "The Giant Bacteria", as well as the fate of anyone bitten by the alien bugs in "The Ci-Kat-A".
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Pre-Mortem One-Liner
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Pre-Mortem One-Liner: Courtesy of Enforcer pilot King in "The Pastmaster Always Rings Twice" - "You have the right to remain buried!"
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Crazy-Prepared
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Crazy-Prepared: You name it, the SWAT Kats have a gadget/mod for it.
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Bamboo Technology
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Bamboo Technology: Apparently, all-natural volcanic gas works just fine for jet fuel.
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Riding the Bomb
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Riding the Bomb: "Destructive Nature". Complete with a "Yeeeeeeeeeeeee-haaa!" from Razor, and Razor also does so in "Wrath of the Dark Kat" as he disables the bomb midflight.
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Willing Channeler
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Willing Channeler: Lenny Ringtail lets Madkat possess him in order to get vengeance David Litterbin, in exchange for using Litterbin and others as surrogates for those who once wronged the evil jester. May overlap with Symbiotic Possession, as Ringtail and Madkat effectively become the same individual with no one having more control over the body than the other (or at least, which, if either, has more control is unclear).
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TheWomanBehindTheMan
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The Woman Behind the Man: It's pretty clear Deputy Mayor Callie Briggs is the one who really runs the city—which is a good thing, considering how lazy and incompetent Mayor Manx is (except when it comes to shooting down high-tech fighter planes piloted by ghosts, of course). It's even Lampshaded in "The Metallikats" where Callie tells the titular villains that she, not the mayor, denied their parole.
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Staircase Tumble
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Staircase Tumble: Happens twice in "The Origin of Dr. Viper," first when Purvis punches Zyme in the face, causing him to fall down the stairs. Then when Purvis runs down past him, Zyme kicks his briefcase at Purvis, knocking him down the stairs, causing him to spill the mutagen all over himself.
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Just Think of the Potential
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Just Think of the Potential: Really, what was Puma-Dyne expecting when they made a device that disables all weapons? To say nothing of what might have happened if the Enforcers had started abusing it. Doctors Zyme and Hackle have good intentions on their side, but that doesn't help a bit when dealing with the fallout of their attempts to benefit kat-kind, a.k.a. Dr. Viper and the Metallikats.
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Acoustic License
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Acoustic License: Used quite a bit. Sometimes they would avert it, by having aircraft-to-aircraft conversations take place via radio or video comms channels, but oftentimes people would just say things, and the SWAT Kats would be able to somehow hear them inside their active supersonic jet. Really, the noise from the Turbokat was just severely played down or outright eliminated in a lot of circumstances, otherwise talking and sound effects would just be blared out by engine noise.
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Death Trap
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Death Trap: "Night Of The Dark Kat".
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Wire Dilemma
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Wire Dilemma: Lampshaded and averted in In "The Wrath of Dark Kat". He ends up guessing. Whaddaya know, it worked!
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10-Minute Retirement
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10-Minute Retirement: "Razor's Edge".
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Gem Tissue
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Gem Tissue: Episode "Chaos In Crystal" sees convict Rex Shard misuse a gem extractor in the prison mine, which transmutes exactly half his body into greenish crystal. Shard is able to crystalize anyone or anything he touches, and when Shard breaches the prison's wall, his whole body converts to living crystal that's impervious to most weapons.
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Enemy Mine
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Enemy Mine: A villainous example by the end of "Katastrophe". Though their alliance has fallen apart, Dark Kat, Dr. Viper and the Metallikats still have one thing in common: the SWAT Kats. Done briefly in "Unlikely Alloys" when Molly teams up with the SWAT Kats and Dr. Greenbox after her husband, Mac, gets absorbed by Zed.
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Police Are Useless
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Police Are Useless: Back-and-forth. The Enforcers are a fairly effective police force formed to fight super-terrorists such as Dark Kat. They do a damn fine job in "The Pastmaster Always Rings Twice". Without the SWAT Kats' plane and gear and only conventional gas grenades and a convenient tar pit, they took out a frigging tyrannosaur and were just this side of getting the Pastmaster on their own. But it seems that the show takes place during their "fall from glory." The quality of their equipment is falling - the TurboKat is built out of the Enforcers' garbage but easily outperforms their current gear - and its leadership is in decline, with Feral being pigheaded and only sometimes competent, and Lt. Commander Steele being a complete idiot and a traitor. As a result, the Enforcers Can't Catch Up to two hardcore badasses and the enemies that show up to challenge them.
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Air-Vent Passageway
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Air-Vent Passageway: In "Destructive Nature".
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Disney Villain Death
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In the unfinished episode "Turmoil 2: The Revenge," Turmoil is swept off a cliff to her apparent Disney Villain Death by an avalanche. However there are many ways she could've survived including a jetpack or parachute hidden under her Badass Cape, or she could've had her fall broken halfway down by a ledge (as Cybertron does when he falls off a cliff earlier in the script).
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Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?
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Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: As revealed in the episode "The Ci-Kat-A", which is about giant insectoid aliens, T-Bone is terrified of bugs.
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Chainsaw Good
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Chainsaw Good: The Shredder Missiles from "The Deadly Pyramid".
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Awesome Mc Coolname: "SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron". Also pretty much everyone and everything associated with them, and for bonus points the names sometimes start with "Mega" or "Turbo". "Chance Furlong" and "Jake Clawson" are some pretty cool names too.
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Ace Pilot
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Ace Pilot: T-Bone, with Razor as his Guy in Back.
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Sonic Stunner
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Sonic Stunner: The Banshee missiles. Further, their performance is what gives T-Bone the idea that saves the day in "Chaos In Crystal".
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Batman Can Breathe in Space
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Batman Can Breathe in Space: Averted for the most part. When the TurboKat heads out into space – or when the heroes are engaged in some high-altitude dogfighting – the SWAT Kats are show wearing oxygen masks. Except when they’re not. Presumably the TurboKat cockpit has some level of artificial atmosphere but since the masks have a tendency to appear and disappear between shots, especially in the first few episodes, it’s hard to tell.
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Riding into the Sunset
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Flying into the Sunset: "The Giant Bacteria" ends this way.
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BadassNormal
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Badass Normal: A couple of above normal non-powered former air force fighter pilots turned vigilante duo go toe to toe with all manner of Deranged Mutant Menaces, Bionic Gangsters, Extraterrestrial Plunderers and Parasites, Deathly Unscrupulous Crime Lords and much much more! all of which is really just the tip of the iceberg in fact.
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Heroic Sacrifice
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Heroic Sacrifice: The show itself essentially did this in real life- it, along with all of H-B's other ongoing series at the time, ended so they could focus on What A Cartoon- which helped to bring so many beloved cartoons to our screens. So in essence, SK died to give the other projects a fighting chance.
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[Verb] This!
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[Verb] This!: In "The Ci-Kat-A," Street is about to turn Callie into a Brainwashed and Crazy drone like himself: "I want you on our side! One bite and you will be!" Cue the SWAT Kats' Big Damn Heroes moment, with Razor telling a very surprised Street "Bite this!" and knocking him out the window.
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Family-Unfriendly Violence
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Family-Unfriendly Violence/Family-Unfriendly Death: The series had plenty of both, which presumably led to the Executive Meddling, although both of these tropes got more frequent over time, not the other way round. There's a theory that the creators were going for something closer to their original concept as the series went on, which suggests that the Executive Meddling was at the beginning of the show—probably because HB was skeptical as to how it was going to be received. Its high ratings and popularity, however, may have enabled the Tremblays—and Glenn Leopold, who wrote the majority of the episodes—to wriggle free from some of the meddling, hence the Darker and Edgier Second Season
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Enter Eponymous
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Enter Eponymous: "Enter the Madkat".
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High-Speed Missile Dodge
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High-Speed Missile Dodge: Multiple examples. Subverted in "A Bright And Shiny Future", in which the SWAT Kats of the future are killed by Five Rounds Rapid.
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Shooting Gallery
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Shooting Gallery: The SWAT Kats have one in the Hangar.
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Evil Laugh
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Evil Laugh: Dark Kat, Viper, The Metallikats, Madkat, The Red Lynx, Mutilor, Turmoil... seems to be a mandatory requirement if you want to be a bad guy.
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The Commissioner Gordon
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The Commissioner Gordon: Callie Briggs.
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Only the Chosen May Wield
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Only the Chosen May Wield: "Bride Of The Pastmaster".
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Episode Title Card
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Episode Title Card
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Meaningful Name
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Meaningful Name: In gangster slang, a "moll" is the female associate of a gangster, and were often criminals themselves; it is also short for "Molly", as in Mange. Commander Feral, who is a Grade-A General Ripper.
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That Poor Plant
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That Poor Plant
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Covered in Gunge
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Covered in Gunge: In "The Ci-Kat-A," Manx, Mr. Young and their chauffeur all get splashed by slimy alien innards after the queen Ci-Kat-A is crushed by a falling section of building right in front of them.
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High on Catnip
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High on Catnip: One episode opens with a gang of mobsters smuggling, well, catnip. Specifically, it shows a gang member who has clearly just tested his shipment proclaiming it "the good stuff" and rubbing powder from under his nose. We also see his boss Katscratch giggling like an idiot while playing with one of the catnip balls.
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Punny Name
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Punny Name Ann Gora, Dr. Abby Sinian, and Dr. N. Zyme. Callie's full first name is Calico. "Metallikats" is a portmanteau of "Metallic" and "Cats" and a reference to the Heavy Metal Band "Metallica". The SWAT Kats' Glovatrix gauntlets. "Glove of Tricks".
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Swiss Army Weapon
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Swiss Army Weapon: The SWAT Kats' Glovatrixes, metal gauntlets (or in season 1, a wrist device) which could fire things like grappling lines, bolas, and scaled-down TurboKat missiles; it was also equipped with attachments like buzzsaws, retractable, multi-section shields, a radar, and other devices depending on the mission.
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Four-Fingered Hands
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Four-Fingered Hands: The entire cast.
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Bus Full of Innocents
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Bus Full of Innocents: The motorman and passengers of a three-car subway train are eaten in "The Giant Bacteria." A literal bus full of innocents gets attacked by the giant mummies in "The Deadly Pyramid." Although one of the mummies crushes the bus, many (perhaps all) of the passengers (and presumably the driver) can be seen running away before this happens in a blink-and-you'll-miss it P.O.V. shot of Razor targeting one of the mummies.
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Everyone Loves Blondes
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Everyone Loves Blondes: The SWAT Kats and The Pastmaster for Callie and Queen Callista.
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Orderlies Are Creeps
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Orderlies Are Creeps: In "Enter the Madkat", a jerkish orderly at the Megakat Asylum torments Lenny Ringtail by watching The David Litterbin Show right outside his room, knowing it drives Ringtail crazy (well, crazier). He also taunts Ringtail through the window and laughs at him. The only possible explanation for his behavior despite where he works is that he took the job for the sole purpose of making fun of the insane.
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IdenticalGranddaughter
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Identical Granddaughter: Taken to the extreme - Princess Callista is Callie Briggs' ancestor, but they're both completely identical. Except for Callie's glasses, which the Pastmaster (who's in love with Callista) doesn't notice until "The Deadly Pyramid".
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Turn in Your Badge
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Also, this trope plays an important role in the SWAT Kats' origin. While they were still Enforcers, Jake and Chance had missile lock on Dark Kat's craft. Unfortunately, Feral insisted on capturing the villain personally, and his interference resulted in Dark Kat escaping, Enforcer headquarters being damaged, and Jake and Chance not only getting thrown off the force, but blamed for the ensuing property damage by Feral and Reassigned As Garbagemen - in the Enforcers' personal junkyard. Two justifiably pissed-off ex-pilots + several dozen acres of abandoned government surplus = SWAT Kats.
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Clark Kenting
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Except for Callie's glasses, which the Pastmaster (who's in love with Callista) doesn't notice until "The Deadly Pyramid".
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Man-Eating Plant
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Man-Eating Plant: Dr. Viper's specialty.
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Cat Folk
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Cat Folk: Quite nearly every single character is an anthropomorphic cat.
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Idiot Ball
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Idiot Ball: The Enforcers and some of the villains often carry this around.
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Giant Eye of Doom
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Giant Eye of Doom: "Mutation City".
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Big Bad Ensemble
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Big Bad Ensemble: Dark Kat, Dr. Viper, the Metallikats and the Pastmaster. These villains made repeated appearances and were treated as serious threats each time. Each also tends to have something that makes them stand-out from the one-off villains. (Dark Kat, for example, played a role in the heroes' origin.)
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Almighty Janitor
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Almighty Janitor: Chance and Jake work for the scrapyard but are easily the best mechanics in the city, able to use discarded Enforcers tech to build gadgets to fight crime with.
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Easy Logistics
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Easy Logistics: Unless the SWAT Kats' base was a pre-built base lying forgotten under the junkyard (and given the world they live in, that might not be a bad guess), that is an astounding amount of work for only two people using what equipment they can salvage in the junkyard. Even if it's a military-grade junkyard with lots of good stuff, that still means they have to build and keep maintaining their equipment from scratch. Only Rule of Cool can possibly justify how two people do it themselves and still manage to have free time to work, sleep, eat, chill out, train, and go on missions.
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Put on a Bus
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Put on a Bus: Lt. Commander Steel. Apparently, Steel's ineptitude eventually got him replaced by Feral's more competent and able-bodied niece Felina, and he has not been seen since. Also, Burke and Murray from season one, despite their apparent stated role as Chance and Jake's "babysitters", disappear completely by the time season two rolls around with no explanation given (then again, given how they are colossal jackasses, them not showing up is pretty good in our books).
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Rogues Gallery Showcase
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Rogues Gallery Showcase: "Katastrophe", "A Bright and Shiny Future".
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TheDocumentary
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The Documentary: "SWAT Kats—A Special Report".
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Enemy Rising Behind
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Enemy Rising Behind: Done at the beginning of "Katastrophe." The mushroom monster, in his liquid form, oozes out from under a door and rises up to take shape behind an unsuspecting Megakat Biochemical Labs guard.
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Earth-Shattering Kaboom
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Earth-Shattering Kaboom: Mutilor attempts to do this after he's defeated. It doesn't work.
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Chronic Backstabbing Disorder
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Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: Whenever the different villains team-up, this is almost always the case.
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Dating Catwoman
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Dating Catwoman: T-Bone's relationship with Turmoil.
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Animation Bump
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Animation Bump: Season 2. Not only was the animation of much better quality, the style more closely matched the tone and feel of the series. This isn't to say that the animation in the first season is bad (quite to the contrary), it just went from good to great. Somewhat similarly, four of the episodes in the first seasonlist "The Pastmaster Always Rings Twice", "Night of the Dark Kat", "Metal Urgency" and "Katastrophe" clearly had a lot more money spent on them than the others, with more detail and smoother animation. The same company (Mook DLE) went on to animate the entire second season.
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Rewarded as a Traitor Deserves
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Rewarded as a Traitor Deserves: In "The Metallikats", when the titular villains show up to the mob they used to run, the mob's current leader tries to get rid of them, but they kill the leader first. Then, they declare that Megakat City belongs to them now, and all the mob goons, out of fear, immediately say they're with the Metallikats. The Metallikats sarcastically thank them for the vote of confidence, but since they were willing to switch sides rather than avenge their leader, the Metallikats tell them that "traitors like you don't fit into our new plan", and the Metallikats kill the goons with an exploding cigar. They try to, anyway; although at least two die due to proximity, the SWAT Kats put out the fire the explosion starts, saving at least three mobsters, allowing them to be tended to by fire fighters and paramedics.
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Our Liches Are Different
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Our Liches Are Different: The Pastmaster.
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Slash Fic
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Slash Fic: Tons of them involving the main characters, both male and female.
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World of Funny Animals
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World of Funny Animals: Although unlike many examples of this trope, Megakat City has only one intelligent species.
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BFG
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BFG: Appears here and there in the series, mostly used by the villains. The SWAT Kats themselves use one to make a dramatic entrance in "Night Of The Dark Kat"; they also modified the TurboKat's nosecone to fire a "mega-laser" one time.
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Red Oni, Blue Oni
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Red Oni, Blue Oni: Chance/T-Bone and Jake/Razor.
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Superhero
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Super Hero
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What Happened to the Mouse?
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What Happened To The Cat: Chance and Jake Sitcom Archnemeses Burke and Murray never appear in season two, despite having been featured in the show's main models, suggesting they were intended to be major supporting characters. It's possible this is due to the second season focusing less and less on the SWAT Kats' civilian lives; outside of towing a car in "A Bright and Shiny Future," they're never shown doing anything related to their jobs as mechanics again, including interacting with Burke and Murray. Steel. Despite being second in command in the Enforcers, he is MIA in the second season. The old lady who was Chance and Jake's (more or less) regular customer, with two appearances in season one under her belt, is gone come season two. The explanation for her absence is likely the same as Burke and Murray; she wasn't needed anymore due to less focus on Chance and Jake's job. Manx's chauffeur. Sure, he isn't a terribly important character (he hasn't even got a name), but still. In "Katastrophe," we see a masked Mac wearing his clothes and posing as "the new guy" in order to kidnap Manx and Callie. When Manx asks where his regular driver is, Mac simply replies, "Uh, he's out sick." The actual fate of the chauffeur is never revealed, and although Manx's limousine continues to appear, the chauffeur doesn't (or at least we never see who's driving). Al. Similar to Manx's chauffeur, he just stops appearing after a while, and although the Kat's Eye News chopper continues to show up, we never see who's flying it. In the broadcast version of "The Giant Bacteria," a farmer disappears between shots after witnessing his cow get eaten by the bacteria monster. The DVD restores a scene of him being fed to the monster by Dr. Viper, but the trope still applies to the version that airs on TV. "Enter the Madkat" never establishes what is done with Madkat after he's pushed out of Ringtail's body and returned to the jack-in-the-box. The episode seems weirdly more concerned about the fate of Ringtail himself rather than the very dangerous ghost who took over his body. Another example from "Enter the Madkat" is the orderly at the asylum. We see Lenny Ringtail jump on him ("Heeeeere's Ringtail!") but it cuts away. The next time we see Ringtail is when he breaks into the antique shop to evade the Enforcers, and we never learn the orderly's fate. In "Cry Turmoil," Razor leaves one of Turmoil's guards tied to his Ejektor seat under a tarp. We never find out what happens to her. In "Volcanus Erupts!", the islander who warns Mayor Manx and Mr. Young about the Talisman Stone just sort of disappears halfway through the story. He's with them when they escape from Volcanus in their speedboat, and is alive and accounted for on the dock, and he can be seen standing next to Ann and Jonny watching Volcanus attacking the city, but this is the last we see of him. He isn't even at the opening ceremony of the Anakata Island Park at the end.
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World of Pun
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World of Pun: A world of feline species (and beyond) is filled to the litterbox with so many jokes and names based on cat based species and things cats do, you can cough up a hairball just thinking about it.
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Stating the Simple Solution
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Stating the Simple Solution: In "Night of the Dark Kat", Hard Drive questions Dark Kat's decision to put the SWAT Kats in a Conveyor Belt o' Doom Death Trap instead of killing them outright. ("I still say you should’ve let me fry those two!") Dark Kat should have listened to him. A similar occurrence happens in 'Katastrophe'. The Metallikats have Razor trapped and are about to finish him, when Dr. Viper stops them, telling them that Dark Kat wants to take him alive. Razor escapes while they're arguing:
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Absurdly Spacious Sewer
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Absurdly Spacious Sewer: How Dr. Viper gets around town.
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Eye Beams
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In the unfinished episode "Succubus!", Katrina Moorkroft's three servants turn into what the script describes as gargoyles. They abduct victims for their employer and can shoot lasers out of their eyes.
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Extra Eyes
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Extra Eyes: Morbulus from "The Giant Bacteria". Lampshaded by Razor: "Hey, he does have eyes on the back of his head!"
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The Chosen One
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The Chosen One: In "Bride of the Pastmaster", Queen Callista believes Razor to be this. Later subverted when she admits that there were not one, but two heroes, so it becomes more of a case of a Chosen Two.
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Back from the Dead
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Back from the Dead: The Metallikats (twice!) and Dr. Viper. Despite being a ghost, the Red Lynx probably qualifies as well.
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Spell My Name with an
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Spell My Name with an "S": In "The Wrath of Dark Kat", Steel insists his name is spelled with two E's, implying it is "Steel." However when we see his nameplate on his desk in "Enter the Madkat", it's spelled "Steele." Most fans take the latter spelling as the correct one, despite Steel's apparent preference. Possibly the nameplate is a misprint the Enforcers didn't bother to correct? Or Steele was refering to the middle of his name: Steele vs Steale. Actually, it's referring to the word "stele", which is a type of writing implement. He wants his name spelled with two e's because then it's a type of strong metal, as opposed to something like a pen. Confirmed to be S-T-E-E-L in the storyboards for "Enter the Madkat." Making the nameplate an error (the storyboards even spell his name "Steel" on the nameplate when he puts it on the desk).
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Space Plane
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Space Plane: The TurboKat, literally. It can bust out four additional engines, termed Speed-of-Heat Mode, and go into space.
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Stab the Scorpion
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Stab the Scorpion: How Lt. Felina Feral is introduced in "Mutation City". Her helicopter airlifts Callie Briggs away from the dangerous mutant liquid, and the former tells the latter that this isn't a good night for the deputy mayor to be out in the city. Then Lt. Feral seems to point her laser gun at Callie, but actually she fires at a spiky mutant tentacle that was about to grab Callie.
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Confidence Sabotage
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Confidence Sabotage: In "Razor's Edge", Dark Kat sets up an elaborate Batman Gambit in which two of Razor's missiles hit a building and seemingly cause it to explode and injure an elderly couple. This causes Razor to lose his self confidence and be reluctant to fire missiles, which makes him a danger to him and T-Bone. Later on, T-Bone and Felina discover that Dark Kat had rigged the building to explode. Meanwhile, Razor, while visiting the couple in the hospital, discovers that they're actually criminals hired by Dark Kat to pretend they were injured. Upon realizing the truth, Razor regains his edge and he and T-Bone stop Dark Kat's giant black widow robot.
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Airborne Aircraft Carrier
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Airborne Aircraft Carrier: Featured twice, in differing forms: in "Cry Turmoil" and "When Strikes Mutilor".
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Macross Missile Massacre
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Macross Missile Massacre: "Night of the Dark Kat", "When Strikes Mutilor".
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Super Wrist-Gadget
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Super Wrist-Gadget: The Glovatrixes, again. They even have training versions for their Reflex Room that are equipped with score counters.
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Asshole Victim
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Asshole Victim: In "The Giant Bacteria", Morbilus was far from a decent person, but being transformed into a giant mindless Blob Monster which is then destroyed by the heroes is a brutal way for anyone to go.note Especially since they never found out it was him. In "Chaos in Crystal", Warden Cyrus Meece has little regard for the well-being of the prisoners who work in his mines — one of whom causes his Karmic Death.
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Crazy Enough to Work
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Crazy Enough to Work: A Catchphrase of sorts for Razor.
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Mega-Microbes
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Mega-Microbes: "The Giant Bacteria".
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Karmic Death
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In "Chaos in Crystal", Warden Cyrus Meece has little regard for the well-being of the prisoners who work in his mines — one of whom causes his Karmic Death.
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Cool Garage
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Cool Garage: The Hangar.
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Monster Clown
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Monster Clown: Madkat.
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Cape Busters
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Cape Busters: The Enforcers on occasion.
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Red-plica Baron
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Red-plica Baron: Red Lynx was a pilot who dominated the skies during Mega War II, known as the most evil pilot in history, He shot down any who dared oppose him, until he himself was shot down by Mayor Manx's ancestor, the Blue Manx. Then in actual era, his plane was found and with it Lynx's ghost, who still wants to get his revenge against Manx, no matter if is against his Paper Tiger descendant. His image even is used as the trope's page.
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Mook Chivalry
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Mook Chivalry: Averted in "When Strikes Mutilor," when all of Mutilor's Mooks just rush the SWAT Kats and pile onto them.
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Badass Bystander
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Badass Bystander: The manager of the Megakat Mint in "Unlikely Alloys." He is faced with two armed, murderous gangster-bots... and he tries to use himself as a shield to prevent them from getting into the vault. He may be Too Dumb to Live, but the bravery of fools is still bravery, and he probably saved the life of the guy Mac picked up, because in turning to deal with the manager, Mac puts the other guy down and forgets about him.
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Transformation Sequence
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Transformation Sequence: From Chance and Jake to T-Bone and Razor. Uniquely, there isn't a Transformation Trinket needed; they just don flight suits, tactical webbing, bandanas and helmets, along with a Glovatrix.
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Bodyguard Babes
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Bodyguard Babes: Turmoil's army is only female.
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Big
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A pretty disturbing one is given by Morbulus while he's transforming in "The Giant Bacteria." Dr. Viper, the one mutating him, counters with a Big "YES!"
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Where Does He Get All Those Wonderful Toys?
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Where Does He Get All Those Wonderful Toys?: From the military-owned junkyard, that's where! Played straight in a few cases. Razor says that a couple of his missiles are diamond-tipped. Who the hell would throw away diamonds, or even diamond dust?! Unless they're industrial diamonds, which are usually artificial.
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Never My Fault
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Never My Fault: Feral unfairly blames Jake and Chance for the damage to Enforcer HQ, even though it's his own fault the incident happened (he interfered with their attempt to catch Dark Kat, because he couldn't accept someone else might catch the crook). The SWAT Kats themselves follow in Feral's footsteps when their goofing around allows Morbulus to easily escape and they (and Callie) blame it on Feral, despite the fact that Feral had not even arrived at the scene when Morbulus made his escape. Though they probably guessed correctly that he'll use this as an excuse to further condemn the SWAT Kats.
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Girl Friday
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Girl Friday: Callie to Mayor Manx.
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Barefoot Cartoon Animal
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Barefoot Cartoon Animal: T-Bone and Razor in their pilot suits (but not in their civilian clothes, curiously enough), as well as Dark Kat and Dr. Viper (who's also a Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal). Proven useful when the SWAT Kats are able to use their foot claws easily. Otherwise averted — the rest of the characters are Fully Dressed Cartoon Animals. Parodied in this piece of fan art.
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Killer Robot
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Killer Robot: The Metallikats; also, the Mecha-Mooks from "A Bright and Shiny Future" and Zed from "Unlikely Alloys".
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Wardens Are Evil
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Wardens Are Evil: Warden Meece, although his greed is more of an Informed Attribute than anything else. Despite this, he gets what writer Lance Falk intended as a Karmic Death.
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Hyperspace Arsenal
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Hyperspace Arsenal: How many missiles did they have in the freakin' TurboKat?! Though in at least one episode they DO actually run out of missiles. Another episode implies that they DO restock their missiles between missions (you can see stocks of missiles lying around the hangar sometimes). Not to mention additional vehicles like the Cyclotrons (bikes), HoverKat (hovercraft), TurboMole (drill-tank), and so on. The Cyclotrons are implied to be part of the seats of the Turbokat as part of their customizations (it's deployed from the bomb bay like a missile, with a heatshield retracting when it lands). Also in the episode with the Turbomole, they saw on TV miners needing their help and loaded the Turbomole into their jet. Lampshaded by Mutilor, when the TurboKat's cool customizations lets them follow him into space (specifically, it sprouts four extra boosters and a heatshield covers the canopy; it's referred to as Speed-of-Heat Mode).
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Made of Iron
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Made of Iron: Usually, very, very averted, but it shows up from time to time, such as the petty gangster who survives being directly above a bomb in "The Metallikats" and seems only lightly injured for it.
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Leitmotif
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Leit Motif: Almost every major character. T-Bone & Razor had one, as did Commander Feral. So did Viper, and Dark Kat. Heck, even the TurboKat has its own Leit Motif.
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Cut Lex Luthor a Check
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Cut Lex Luthor a Check: Notable in that this trope is in effect on both sides of the law. The Kats' Rogues Gallery has its share of insane geniuses, but its also worth pointing out that all of the Kats' gadgets were built out of junkyard trash. Including the high-performance jet. To be fair, the junkyard they're working at is the junkyard where the Enforcers send their scrapped gear. Given how many choppers get knocked out of the sky an episode, this qualifies as Fridge Brilliance.
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Rogues Gallery
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Rogues Gallery: See above.
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Furry Reminder
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Furry Reminder: The series has quite a few, such as scenes in which the characters mention (or actually cough up) hairballs.
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Time for Plan B
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Time For Plan Z: It involves shutting off the Turbokat's engines in mid-flight to lose heat-seekers. Razor hates Plan Z. And to make it worse, they even have a decoy missile to help. The writers apparently never heard of flares.
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World of Weirdness
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World of Weirdness: Megakat City is a hotbed of strangeness — a police force with access to fighter jets, tanks and a seemingly endless supply of helicopters, villains who try to blow up or remake the city every other week (the villains themselves range from a monstrous kat/snake hybrid to robotic mobsters), and a scrapyard populated with enough cast-off Enforcer tech to outfit a couple of mechanics as vigilantes with a boatload of vehicles, including a custom fighter jet.
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Rule of Funny
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Then there was that scene where Callie flirtily says "Bye, Jake." right after Chance bragged (out of earshot) about her "obviously" digging him. Rule of Funny, yes, but a tease nonetheless. Callie's nigh-identical ancestor also had a blatant interest in Razor when the SWAT Kats were sent back in time by the Pastmaster.
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General Ripper
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Commander Feral, who is a Grade-A General Ripper.
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Hollywood Tactics
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Hollywood Tactics: The Enforcers: In "Mutation City," some helicopters are sent through the flooded city to retrieve canisters of anti-mutagens from Megakat Biochemical Labs. For the sole purpose of having the Enforcers fail so the SWAT Kats can succeed at the same task later, the copters insist for whatever reason on flying as close to the surface of the water as possible, rather than higher up above the partially submerged rooftops, leaving them open to attack by the monsters dwelling beneath the surface. Not a tactic in and of itself, but the Peacekeeper (the Enforcers' primary type of tank) is a poorly designed vehicle that has guns capable of pivoting up and down, but not, apparently, from side to side.
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Only Known by Their Nickname
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Only Known by Their Nickname: Callie's full name is Calico Briggs. You can count the number of times T-Bone and Razor's real names (Chance and Jake, respectively) are used on one hand.
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Code Name
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Code Name: "T-Bone" for Chance and "Razor" for Jake.
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Toasted Buns
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Toasted Buns: The jetpacks in "Unlikely Alloys".
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Totally Radical
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Ironically, while it was Totally Radical in a meta sense, within the show, they are a radical squadron - in the "radical measures" sense of the word.
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Mega-Corp
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Mega-Corp: Puma-Dyne are a more neutral version of this trope, they have the tech to build mechs and giant guns. Although Hackle, who used to work for them, still often finds himself at loggerheads with his former employers over the moral issues of making weapons, everyone who works for Puma-Dyne that we've seen has been perfectly nice and reasonable.
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Red Alert
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Red Alert: Scramble alarm type, the alert that always sounds when Callie uses her emergency communicator to contact them.
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Alas, Poor Villain
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Alas, Poor Villain: You can't help but feel sorry for Morbulus in "The Giant Bacteria", as he was not only mutated into a giant, subdividing Blob Monster by Dr. Viper, but also destroyed rather than cured.
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Nuke 'em
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Nuke 'em: Attempted by Dark Kat in "The Wrath of Dark Kat".
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Oh, Crap!
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Oh, Crap!: When Dark Kat reveals he's wired the place to blow with only seconds left. The heroes quickly get the hell out of dodge before the explosion.
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Weaponized Car
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Weaponized Car: Jake and Chance convert one of their tow-trucks into the heavily-armed Thunder Truck in "When Strikes Mutilor". In a sense, the HoverKat too, even though it's a hovercraft; same with the Metallikat Express.
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Don't Celebrate Just Yet
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Don't Celebrate Just Yet: From "The Metallikats", when T-Bone and Razor pull a "Plan Z". Lampshaded with "We're not out of the woods yet."
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Face–Heel Turn
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Face–Heel Turn: Both Zed and Dr. Greenbox.
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Xtreme Kool Letterz
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Xtreme Kool Letterz: Starting with the title.
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Catchphrase
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Catchphrase: Razor's "Bingo"! "BRING ME CHOPPER BACKUP!" "SWAT KATS!! COME IN!" "Yes, Miss Briggs?" "The ENFORCERS can handle this!" Hilariously lampshaded in the Mirror Universe episode "The Dark Side of the SWAT Kats" when Mirror!Feral uses the same phrase: "Now there's a statement that transcends dimensions!" The SNES game adds "Gotcha!" as a catch phrase for T-Bone, so T-Bone can shout something after beating a boss if the player is playing as T-Bone (if the player is playing as Razor, Razor uses the "Bingo!" catch phrase from the show).
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All Up to You
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All Up to You: Done awesomely with Cybertron in "The Deadly Pyramid". SWAT Kats and The Enforcers are elsewhere, and he is forced to defend Callie from two giant mummies all by himself.
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Fridge Brilliance
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To be fair, the junkyard they're working at is the junkyard where the Enforcers send their scrapped gear. Given how many choppers get knocked out of the sky an episode, this qualifies as Fridge Brilliance.
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Dead-Hand Shot
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Dead-Hand Shot: When Katscratch gets killed in "The Metallikats," we see his burned, smoking hand poking out from behind a crate. Nevermind they'd already shown him get killed almost entirely onscreen, so the Dead-Hand Shot is rather like shutting the barn door after the horses have already left. It's used again for the security guard in "Razor's Edge." We see his hand sticking out from underneath the boxes, twitching, and then it slowly inches over to press an alarm before falling limply to the floor.
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City of Adventure
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City of Adventure: Megakat City.
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Toon Physics
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Toon Physics: Normally averted, though one episode had Chance briefly doing it after watching "Scaredy Kat", naturally.
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The Lad-ette
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The Lad-ette: Felina Feral.
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Take That!
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Take That!: Madkat a.k.a. Lenny Ringtail, and his catchphrase, and being cast as a villain who takes David Litterbin hostage, is a not-so-subtle dig at his (real-life counterpart's) rival at the time, Jay Leno.
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Trapped in Another World
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Trapped in Another World: "The Dark Side Of The SWAT Kats".
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Too Dumb to Live
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Randall the photographer in "The Deadly Pyramid" isn't just Too Dumb to Live, rushing headlong into the pyramid to try and get a picture of the Pastmaster, but when chased out by the giant mummies, he steals the only Jeep and drives off, abandoning Dr. Sinian and her assistant Henson.
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Only I Can Kill Him
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Only I Can Kill Him: Played unapologetically straight - the SWAT Kats are the only ones who can win the fight. Everyone else, since, unlike our heroes they don't have gigantic testicles of steel, fails miserably. Every. Single. Time. Without fail. Also, this trope plays an important role in the SWAT Kats' origin. While they were still Enforcers, Jake and Chance had missile lock on Dark Kat's craft. Unfortunately, Feral insisted on capturing the villain personally, and his interference resulted in Dark Kat escaping, Enforcer headquarters being damaged, and Jake and Chance not only getting thrown off the force, but blamed for the ensuing property damage by Feral and Reassigned As Garbagemen - in the Enforcers' personal junkyard. Two justifiably pissed-off ex-pilots + several dozen acres of abandoned government surplus = SWAT Kats. The Red Lynx can only die if he's killed by the descendant of the pilot who originally defeated him. Turns out to be Mayor Manx, of all people. Which causes some problems, to say the very least. The Enforcers do have some early successes, particularly in "The Pastmaster Always Rings Twice", wherein pilots Burge and King wipe out a pair of reanimated skeletons (and even get to do a Pre-Mortem One-Liner), and later on, Feral's idea to use gas grenades against the Megasaurus rex actually work. Then in "The Ci-Kat-A", the Enforcers successfully wipe out the alien nest at the end. But when it comes to the episodes' actual main villains, they of course fail spectacularly both times.
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Lantern Jaw of Justice
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Lantern Jaw of Justice: Commander Feral. And his hair-cut is fierce!
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Cool Bike
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Cool Bike: The Cyclotron and the SandKat.
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Cool Mask
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Cool Mask: The SWAT Kats' mask covers the entire top of the head and face, and is usually accompanied by a helmet for added protection.
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Plant Mooks
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Plant Mooks: Dr. Viper creates tons of these in "Destructive Nature" as his personal brigade. His mushroom monster assistant in "Katastrophe" may also count.
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Clear My Name
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Clear My Name: "Night of the Dark Kat". Also "Razor's Edge", even though it's actually T-Bone and Felina who go looking for answers.
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Strapped to an Operating Table
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Professor Hackle's lab is especially egregious. Although a little more toned down than Viper's, he nevertheless has a table on which can be seen a retort and several flasks and test tubes. One problem. Hackle is a machinist/roboticist, so what he needs chemistry equipment for is anyone's guess. They're just there to inform us he's, like, a scientist and such, even though the operating tables and Kenneth Strickfadden-esque machinery filling the rest of the room do the job just fine on their own.
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Berserk Button
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Berserk Button: Jake and Chance are this to each other if someone tries to hurt one of them. And if you so much as scratch a single hair on Callie's head, they'll both be on your ass. Also, shooting down Felina's plane with the hi-tech laser in your alien mothership? Baaaaaad idea. Feral's gonna bring his entire frickin' squadron around for a house call. For all their bickering and insult-trading, Mac and Molly (the Metallikats) really do care for each other. You hurt one of them, the other will be out for blood.
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Weirdness Magnet
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Weirdness Magnet: Megakat City. Aliens, Monsters, Dinosaurs, Mobsters, Robots, Mobster Robots... where do these people (er, kats) come from?
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Why Don't You Just Shoot Him?
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A similar occurrence happens in 'Katastrophe'. The Metallikats have Razor trapped and are about to finish him, when Dr. Viper stops them, telling them that Dark Kat wants to take him alive. Razor escapes while they're arguing:
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Slasher Smile
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Slasher Smile: Most of the villains do this at least once. Strangely, the SWAT Kats do it fairly often, including in most of the publicity and fan artwork. Just check out the page pic. The bacteria monsters in "The Giant Bacteria" have permanent gleefully evil open-mouthed smiles.
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The Neidermeyer
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The Neidermeyer: Lt. Commander Steel.
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Happily Married
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For all their bickering and insult-trading, Mac and Molly (the Metallikats) really do care for each other. You hurt one of them, the other will be out for blood.
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New Meat
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The sergeant in "Night of the Dark Kat." Despite reassuring the New Meat that if anyone tries to break into the defense center that the Enforcers will stop them, he's shown asleep at his desk minutes later while Hard Drive is helping himself to all the computer data. He has to be awakened by the burglar alarm.
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Dangerous Windows
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Dangerous Windows: Numerous times, but most memorably when a bacteria monster smashes its hand through the "indestructible" lab window in "The Giant Bacteria" while Callie and Dr. Zyme are standing right by it.
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I Have You Now, My Pretty
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I Have You Now, My Pretty: The Pastmaster kidnaps Queen Callista (in "Bride of the Pastmaster"), and then her lookalike descendant Callie Briggs (in "The Deadly Pyramid"), in separate attempts to marry them. The SWAT Kats rescue the withered wizard's intended victim both times. Thank God.
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Big
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Big "NO!": Callie in "Night of the Dark Kat", while putting Megakat City's money to good use by using a bag of cash to bring down Dark Kat. Some of the villains (including Dark Kat and the Pastmaster) also do this when defeated by the SWAT Kats. A pretty disturbing one is given by Morbulus while he's transforming in "The Giant Bacteria." Dr. Viper, the one mutating him, counters with a Big "YES!"
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Briefcase Blaster
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Briefcase Blaster: In "The Dark Side of the SWAT Kats", the evil Mirror Universe version of Callie carries a gas gun in her briefcase.
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Badass Bookworm
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Badass Bookworm: Razor.
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Teeth-Clenched Teamwork
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Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Between the SWAT Kats and Feral at times. Also between Dark Kat, the Metallikats, and Dr. Viper in "Katastrophe"
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Mooks
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Another ship tease lost when the show got cancelled was T-Bone/Felina. In the unproduced script "Succubus!", although what they do is fight Katrina Moorkroft's Mooks in their gargoyle forms, they still (half-jokingly) refer to it as a date, and after Jake returns from the orchestra, Chance brags about his night out with Felina fighting monsters.
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Mummy
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Mummy: "The Deadly Pyramid".
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HornyDevil
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In the unfinished episode "Succubus!", Horny Devil Katrina Moorkroft explicitly wants Commander Feral, although, admittedly only to drain his life force.
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Waking Up at the Morgue
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Waking Up at the Morgue: "The Origin of Dr. Viper."
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Bedlam House
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Bedlam House: The Megakat Asylum for the Insane and Katatonic. The orderlies are jerks, it's got a rusty gate that squeaks loudly when opened and lightning flashes ominously in the background.
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Shout-Out
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Shout-Out: Puma-Dyne, anyone? (Although as noted, they used a hyphen.) There's another, more subtle one in "Unlikely Alloys", when Mac descends towards the camera from the ceiling, supported by various wires. Two of the cyclopes in "Bride of the Pastmaster" have horns on their foreheads. Nobody mentioned Cybertron yet? Warden Meece's name in "Chaos in Crystal" is intended to be a weird play on "Siamese," but doubles as a reference to Mr. Jinks' name for mice in The Huckleberry Hound Show. He called them "meeces." It therefore doubles as a really morbidly funny Punny Name considering Jinks' catchphrase is "I hate meeces to pieces" and Meece, upon being turned into crystal, is knocked over and shattered, i.e. "Meeces goes to pieces."
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Humanlike Foot Anatomy
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Humanlike Foot Anatomy
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Power Fist
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Power Fist: The Season 2-model Glovatrixes, which were larger and covered the hand, as compared to the smaller, wrist-mounted models in season 1.
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Taking You with Me
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Taking You with Me: At the end of "Katastrophe", Dark Kat tries this when he, Viper, and the Metallikats get captured in their own hideout.
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Everything's Deader with Zombies
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Everything's Deader with Zombies: The Pastmaster rings up a buncha zombies in his first appearance. Why? Just 'cuz!
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Corrupt Corporate Executive
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Corrupt Corporate Executive: Tiger Conklin from "Caverns Of Horror".
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Rebuff the Amateur: Commander Feral repeatedly tries to get the SWAT Kats to let the Enforcers handle the threat of the week. They never listen, and Police Are Useless against supervillainous threats anyway.
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Red Shirt Army: The Enforcers. The idea behind them's the same as UNIT from Doctor Who: to show something's being done about all the monsters and villains, but to be totally useless to make the villains look strong and so the heroes aren't redundant.
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Killed Off for Real: Surprisingly often for a cartoon. So it's a fair point when, in "The Metallikats", Feral says, quote, "Mac and Molly have been dead for months." To which another guy exclaims, "No, no, they ain't dead!"
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Hyper-Competent Sidekick
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Hypercompetent Sidekick: Describes Callie to a T. Also Sergeant Talon, especially in comparison to Steel.
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Cassandra Truth
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Cassandra Truth: A Plot Point in "The Dark Side of the SWAT Kats". Our heroes are thrust into a Mirror Universe where their Evil Twins, along with the local equivalents of Callie (also evil here) and Dark Kat, are plotting to destroy Enforcer Headquarters. They repeatedly try to warn that world's Commanderal Feral about all this, but he refuses to listen until he sees both versions of the Turbo Kat in the sky together.
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Shoot Your Mate: T-Bone, playing along with Turmoil's offer to join up with her, buys time by kicking Razor out of Turmoil's airship. Razor shoots a grapple gun at the ship and re-enters kicking Turmoil's guards in the face.
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Unexpected Character
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Unexpected Character: Nobody expected them to show up on Uncle Grandpa's checklist of other Cartoon Network series at the end of his crossover with Steven Universe, especially considering they were right in the middle, between Juniper Lee and Flapjack, when logically, they should've been at the top (as they predated everything else on the list).
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Badass Longcoat
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Badass Longcoat: Feral, especially after he kills the Metallikats. Hard Drive also gives off a badass vibe (putting the coat on gives him a spiked mohawk, for corn's sake), even if he doesn't do much with it.
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GoshDangItToHeck
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Gosh Dang It to Heck!: "Crud" and "Tail" are the usual choice of swear-words in the show.
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What the Hell, Hero?: "Razor's Edge". Granted, it really wasn't his fault. In "The Giant Bacteria", the SWAT Kats manage to defeat and capture a villain named Morbulus, right above the sea and near some rocks. Instead of holding him until the authorities got there or even going over to said authorities to hand Morbulus over, they decide to mess around and just drop the villain in the water. Of course, Morbulus takes advantage of this and escapes into a very nearby sewer duct in the rocky area before the enforcers get there. The Swat Kats never get called out on it by anybody other than Feral, who is actually in the right about the SWAT Kats screwing up this time around. The SWAT Kats get furious and throw a tantrum (with Chance even breaking their television) as well as blaming Feral for Morbulus getting away (though not to his face) and even Callie is uncharacteristically catty and tries pinning the blame on Feral for the whole thing, plus their letting Morbulus escape ends up with Dr. Viper transforming Morbulus into a bacteria monster that kills many innocent civilians. What makes it all even harsher is that it is only the second episode of the first season (and the first episode made), so it leaves a bad impression on the heroes, as well as Callie, very early in the series. Thankfully, nothing of that level happens afterwards in the series, so this might be chalked up to Early Installment Weirdness.
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Sci-Fi Writers Have No Sense of Scale: In the first episode the two heroes hold a contest on how many g's they can take before passing out, and refer to their records as '10 seconds at mach 5'. Which is meaningless, because how many g's one takes isn't determined by speed but by acceleration. You're probably taking quite a bit of g-forces if you're making a turn at mach 5, but unless you mention how sharp the turn is the g forces could range from non-existant to instantly fatal. Well, in the writers' defense, it can be pointed out that their centrifuge device or whatever was going around in circles, which means they do have a definite turning angle set, which is their benchmark for testing g's. Thus, although the statement of '10 seconds at mach 5' won't mean anything to the audience, it's reasonable to expect our two heroes who are familiar with the machine to understand precisely what it means relative to previous training efforts.
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Everyone Calls Him
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Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": The main Enforcer Sergeant (even though he does have a name - Talon).
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Blank White Eyes
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Blank White Eyes: Many members of the Rogues Gallery have them. So do the SWAT Kats, but only when they're in uniform.
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Amazon Brigade
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Amazon Brigade: Turmoil's gang, which may or may not have been a Shout-Out to Sala and her Sky Pirates. Turmoil herself is most definitely a Shout-Out to M.Bison.
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Unobtainium
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Unobtainium: Aggresite from "Caverns Of Horror". Also played straight in "When Strikes Mutilor" with water, of all things. Turns out plain old aqua is actually unobtanium for aliens, which is the reason for Mutilor's attack on Earth or wherever the hell they are (Yeah, yeah, "Haven't they heard of ice?").
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Action Girl
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Callie also does this during her Action Girl moments. In "The Wrath of Dark Kat", she saves the SWAT Kats by hitting the titular villain with one of the money bags he'd stolen. In "The Ci-Kat-A", when alien-possessed scientist Dr. Harley Street is trying to "recruit" her, Callie says "I don't think so!" and smashes him on the head with her briefcase.
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Elaborate Underground Base: The Hangar.
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Animesque
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Animesque: Season 2 appears to have taken some eastern influences with its animation. Ironically this was before anime had become more mainstream down in the west. Being one of the earlier examples of this trope.
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Ship Tease: There were a few hints that Ann Gora's relationship with her cameraman Jonny was more than just professional. Then there was that scene where Callie flirtily says "Bye, Jake." right after Chance bragged (out of earshot) about her "obviously" digging him. Rule of Funny, yes, but a tease nonetheless. Callie's nigh-identical ancestor also had a blatant interest in Razor when the SWAT Kats were sent back in time by the Pastmaster. Dr. Street also flirts with Ann at the beginning of "The Ci-Kat-A." It's very subtle, but the way he tells her to "drop by the space center tomorrow" suggests he fancies her a bit. His being taken over by the alien queen, though, puts paid to anything that might've come of that. There was more of the Jake and Callie dynamic in the unfinished episode "Succubus!" They attend an orchestra performance and even call it a date. Admittedly, Callie only went because Manx was insistent she go for PR reasons, and she needed a plus-one, but the scene nevertheless would've made many Jake/Callie shippers very happy. Another ship tease lost when the show got cancelled was T-Bone/Felina. In the unproduced script "Succubus!", although what they do is fight Katrina Moorkroft's Mooks in their gargoyle forms, they still (half-jokingly) refer to it as a date, and after Jake returns from the orchestra, Chance brags about his night out with Felina fighting monsters.
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Cat Ninja
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Cat Ninja: Dark Kat has a few as Mooks in "Razor's Edge." However, they really only get one scene showcasing their martial arts skills when they attack a security guard. They have the same purple fur as their master, and wear goggles and gas masks.
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Bad Future
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Bad Future: The oh-so-ironically-named "A Bright And Shiny Future".
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Fungus Humongous
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Fungus Humongous: Dr. Viper's ravenous half cat, half mushroom assistant in "Katastrophe".
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Dub Name Change: The Hindi dub of the show, for Indian audiences, had some hilarious name changes. Chance and Jake became Bholu and Billu (child-like, innocent nicknames), while T-Bone and Razor became Bade Meow (Big Meow) and Chote Meow (Small Meow) respectively, a play on a Bad Boys-inspired Bollywood film called Bade Miyan Chote Mian. The Pastmaster was called something that meant King of Demons.
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Big Guy, Little Guy
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Big Guy, Little Guy: Chance and Jake, somewhat, while Burke and Murray play this trope straight.
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Family-Friendly Firearms
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Family-Friendly Firearms: Par for the course in this type of show, at least with regular guns (Commander Feral quite clearly has a handgun, and despite ejecting casings when fired, it inexplicably makes laser noises; then again, it has an orange-colored portion (an emitter?) inside the muzzle); though Felina and a few other Enforcers have a futuristic-looking laser pistol. Enforcer tanks and copters have missiles, and yet fire lasers instead of bullets or shells. However, occasionally Enforcer commandoes are seen firing bazookas of some sort, and the SWAT Kats' arsenal is clearly intended to be as non-lethal as possible (the cement rotary gun, for instance) or have alternate functions (like the Tarpedoes (used for blinding enemies), or the Scrambler missiles (used for electrical shocks, like to bring down forcefields)), and their Glovatrixes often have scaled down versions of these projectiles; they do fire a regular missile on one occasion (it was lampshaded when it was fired with a button marked Plain Old Missile). Also, throughout season 1 the Enforcers' and criminals' weapons sometimes seemed to fire bullets, but with red streaks trailing the bullets as they were fired, and laser noises accompanied these; this tended to happen when the plot called for bullets in some fashion, so presumably this was some sort of compromise (though lasers won out by season 2).
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Mars Needs Water: In "When Strikes Mutilor," a huge alien craft is sucking huge columns of ocean water within sight of Megakat City. The aliens that normally man this craft are held prisoner by the Space Pirate Mutilor, who has no qualms about disrupting Megakat City's ecosystem.
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Five Rounds Rapid: This is ALWAYS the Enforcers' one and only solution to a problem.
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Shadow Discretion Shot
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Shadow Discretion Shot from "The Giant Bacteria", which shows the titular bacteria eating a cow and its owner in shadow. Apparently even showing the scene in shadow was too much; the farmer's demise was cut from the episode's broadcasts (but put back in for the DVD).
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Humongous Mecha
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Humongous Mecha: The bridge robot from "A Bright And Shiny Future", and the two robots piloted by the Metallikats in "Metal Urgency". Zed also turns into this after he goes Evil.
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Brain Bleach
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Weird. "Katastrophe" also had three different ones: Dark Kat always planned to screw over everybody, so Viper anticipated that and decided to screw him first, and he recruited the Metallikats to screw Dark Kat with him. Also averted, in the sense that Dark Kat thought he could force the Metallikats to do his dirty work for him and screw Viper first. Please do not take any of these statements literally. If you do, considering we're talking about robots and mutated monsters, keep a bottle of Brain Bleach handy. Thank you for visiting TV Tropes. Have a nice day.
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Steven Ulysses Perhero
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Steven Ulysses Perhero: Rex Shard.
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PlayedWith
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Played With in "Razor's Edge" with Dark Kat's Black Widow. The outside was waterproof, but the inside was not.
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Self-Constructed Being
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Self-Constructed Being: The "micro-brain repair unit" featured in "Unlikely Alloys".
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Monster of the Week
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Monster of the Week: One of the series' central tropes. Lampshaded in "Unlikely Alloys".
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Swamps Are Evil
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Swamps Are Evil: The Dead Forest, a particularly polluted part of Megakat Swamp and the domain of Dr. Viper, is one seriously disturbing place.
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Big Damn Heroes
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Big Damn Heroes: Guess who? Feral and Felina also get this honor sometimes.
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Funny Animal
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Funny Animal: The entire cast are cats.
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Jet Pack
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Jet Pack: One item in the SWAT Kats' extensive inventory.
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Damn, It Feels Good to Be a Gangster!
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Damn, It Feels Good to Be a Gangster!: Mac and Molly Mange.
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Blob Monster
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In "The Giant Bacteria", Morbilus was far from a decent person, but being transformed into a giant mindless Blob Monster which is then destroyed by the heroes is a brutal way for anyone to go.note Especially since they never found out it was him.
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One Steve Limit
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One Steve Limit: Enforced: Grave robber Jack in "The Pastmaster Always Rings Twice" is named Mac in the final script. His name was probably changed to avoid confusion with Mac Mange. Also, the guard in "The Origin of Dr. Viper" was originally going to be named Smitty, until someone apparently remembered the Enforcer clerk named Smitty, and his name was changed to Emil. One exception is in the unfinished episode "The Doctors of Doom," where Felina's rookie partner is named Gray Taylor, when there'd already been a character named Taylor (the foreman in "Caverns of Horror"). Since "Doctors of Doom" was never finished, it's unknown if Taylor's last name would've been changed. Averted with the main Enforcer sergeant. According to the script for "Destructive Nature," his name is Talon. Talon is also the name of one of the prison guards in "Chaos in Crystal."
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The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything
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The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: As the series progressed, there was less and less focus on Chance and Jake's job as mechanics. In season one, they could be seen repairing cars, towing people, etc. Apart from one scene of them towing a car in "A Bright and Shiny Future" (which they ditch to rush off and fight the Pastmaster), their car repair business was never mentioned again in season two. The only repairing they're shown doing after that is on the Turbokat. The even get rid of their tow truck entirely in "When Strikes Mutilor," and even it is never seen again, despite being a pretty important part of their business. It would've come up again in the unfinished episode "Succubus!", wherein they're seen repairing Callie's car, though. Although she is highly competent, supposed Deputy Mayor Briggs is almost never seen doing anything that an actual deputy mayor would do, instead being treated (both in universe and out) more like a glorified personal assistant to Manx, at one point even preparing a press release for him, something a press secretary would do, and on more than one occasion writing his speeches for him. Twice it is said Burke and Murray report to Commander Feral about what Chance and Jake are up to ("We'll tell Commander Feral you sent your love!"), but this is never seen. Instead, the duo just pointlessly harass and bully them.
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The Starscream
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The Starscream: Lt. Steel.
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Friend on the Force: Felina Feral.
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Second Person Attack: Frequently: A dual drop down kick by T-Bone and Razor against two converted MASA guards in "The Ci-Kat-A." A dual punch against the Lenny Ringtail in "Enter the Madkat" after he's no longer possessed by Madkat, courtesy of two of the people who most deserve to give it to him: Razor (whom he ate) and Feral (whom he imprisoned in a magic box). A fatal version done to the second Megakat Biochemical Labs guard in "Katastrophe", with the mushroom monster's tentacle reaching towards him. A dual kick in the face version to one of Turmoil's guards from Razor in "Cry Turmoil" - in his Ejektor seat, no less! Another kick in the face from Razor, this time to Hard Drive in "SWAT Kats Unplugged." Purvis punching Dr. Zyme in the face in "The Origin of Dr. Viper." A punch delivered by the evil version of Razor to a Puma-Dyne guard in "The Dark Side of the SWAT Kats." This one is noteworthy considering Dark!Razor uses the hand wearing his Glovatrix, which the Spikes of Villainy had to be removed from for this shot, or else it would've been one of the show's most violent and painful punches by implication alone. In the unfinished episode "Succubus!", a transformed Otto kicks Felina in the face and knocks her unconscious this way.
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Cats Have Nine Lives
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Cats Have Nine Lives: Referenced several times throughout the series.
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No Waterproofing in the Future: Averted with the Metallikats, at least in their first appearance - Callie tries to defeat them with a fire hose. It didn't work. Played With in "Razor's Edge" with Dark Kat's Black Widow. The outside was waterproof, but the inside was not. Averted again in "SWAT Kats Unplugged", where in a fit of improvisational tactics, the SWAT Kats try to knock over a water tower so that it falls onto the pursuing Hard Drive's jet and stalls out his engines, but it doesn't work.
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In "The Giant Bacteria", the SWAT Kats manage to defeat and capture a villain named Morbulus, right above the sea and near some rocks. Instead of holding him until the authorities got there or even going over to said authorities to hand Morbulus over, they decide to mess around and just drop the villain in the water. Of course, Morbulus takes advantage of this and escapes into a very nearby sewer duct in the rocky area before the enforcers get there. The Swat Kats never get called out on it by anybody other than Feral, who is actually in the right about the SWAT Kats screwing up this time around. The SWAT Kats get furious and throw a tantrum (with Chance even breaking their television) as well as blaming Feral for Morbulus getting away (though not to his face) and even Callie is uncharacteristically catty and tries pinning the blame on Feral for the whole thing, plus their letting Morbulus escape ends up with Dr. Viper transforming Morbulus into a bacteria monster that kills many innocent civilians. What makes it all even harsher is that it is only the second episode of the first season (and the first episode made), so it leaves a bad impression on the heroes, as well as Callie, very early in the series. Thankfully, nothing of that level happens afterwards in the series, so this might be chalked up to Early Installment Weirdness.
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Attack Pattern Alpha: In the event they're being followed by a heat-seeking missile, the SWAT Kats have "Plan Z" - which involves shutting down the engines in midair and launching a decoy missile to draw the heat-seeker off. Understandably, Razor hates this plan.
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Evil Twin
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Evil Twin: In "The Dark Side Of The SWAT Kats", for T-Bone, Razor and Callie.
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Not My Driver
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Manx's chauffeur. Sure, he isn't a terribly important character (he hasn't even got a name), but still. In "Katastrophe," we see a masked Mac wearing his clothes and posing as "the new guy" in order to kidnap Manx and Callie. When Manx asks where his regular driver is, Mac simply replies, "Uh, he's out sick." The actual fate of the chauffeur is never revealed, and although Manx's limousine continues to appear, the chauffeur doesn't (or at least we never see who's driving).
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Never Say "Die": Sometimes averted, though. Those poor RedShirts, though... In "Mutation City" Razor prepares to go after a sinking T-Bone and growls "If you drown, buddy...I'm gonna kill you!" In "The Origin of Dr. Viper" a dead Elrod Purvis is stashed in a morgue with a clearly-labled DOA toe-tag (Dead On Arrival, for those who don't know). The morgue is also clearly labeled and referenced as such in dialogue. "Mac and Molly Mange have been dead for months!" If you keep count you can find, conservatively, 73 deaths in the first season ALONE. Some of which are pretty brutal. Not counting the casualties when Chance and Jake's Enforcer jet crashes into the headquarters. Additionally, there are 3 or 4 times where Feral should have died—them's some safety equipment. Hot damn. All the deaths, or even the near-fatal injuries are never mentioned.
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Chance and Jake Sitcom Archnemeses Burke and Murray never appear in season two, despite having been featured in the show's main models, suggesting they were intended to be major supporting characters. It's possible this is due to the second season focusing less and less on the SWAT Kats' civilian lives; outside of towing a car in "A Bright and Shiny Future," they're never shown doing anything related to their jobs as mechanics again, including interacting with Burke and Murray.
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Alien Invasion
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Alien Invasion: "The Ci-Kat-A", "When Strikes Mutilor".
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Surveillance Station Slacker
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Surveillance Station Slacker: Security in Megakat City is often lax: The sergeant in "Night of the Dark Kat." Despite reassuring the New Meat that if anyone tries to break into the defense center that the Enforcers will stop them, he's shown asleep at his desk minutes later while Hard Drive is helping himself to all the computer data. He has to be awakened by the burglar alarm. The guard outside the top secret research lab in Puma-Dyne in "The Dark Side of the SWAT Kats" is snoring soundly when both the good and evil sets of SWAT Kats sneak in. Emil in "The Origin of Dr. Viper" is either reading comic books of sleeping while manning the front desk at Megakat Biochemical. At least his excuse is he's elderly. Nevertheless, he allows Dr. Viper to literally slip in under his nose.
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Eco-Terrorist: The Kats pursue and shoot down an eco-terrorist named Morbulus, who likes to blow up refineries, even though that's where he'd get his jet fuel from. Morbulus escapes capture, only to cross paths with Doctor Viper, who transmutes him into a four-eyed blob monster.
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Sitting on the Roof
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Sitting on the Roof: T-Bone and Razor at the end of "Mutation City". The city is flooded, after all.
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This Is a Drill: Drillbit Missiles, and the TurboMole.
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Drives Like Crazy: Mac Mange and T-Bone.
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Running Gag: In several episodes, Chance breaks or ruins the TV whenever Feral is on to condemn the SWAT Kats. To Jake's frustration.
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Cyberpunk
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Cyberpunk: Hard Drive, the "technology pirate".
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Gadgeteer Genius: Razor.
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Theme Mobile: The TurboKat is at least as well known as the SWAT Kats' flight suits. The other bigger vehicles (the TurboMole and the HoverKat) all had the same basic paint scheme. The other smaller vehicles (the Cyclotron (both the one seater variants launched from the hangar, and the two seater that became the TurboKat's seats) and the SandKat) had the same color scheme as their flight suits. All of them qualify.
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Robot Buddy
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Robot Buddy: Cybertron from "The Deadly Pyramid".
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Theme Naming
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Theme Naming: Much of the SWAT Kats' equipment has either a "Turbo" prefix or a "Kat" suffix.
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Evil Is Hammy
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Evil Is Hammy: Pretty much every villain except the alien Ci-Kat-A, the demon Volcanus, and the corrupted AI Zed. Everyone else is clearly having a lot of fun being evil at some point or other.
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Brick Joke
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Brick Joke: "The Dark Side of the SWAT Kats" opens with our heroes making fun of Commander Feral by claiming that he's flying his helicopter to a donut shop. And sure enough, in the end Feral reappears with a donut and a cup of coffee, which the SWAT Kats make him spill.
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Our Gargoyles Rock
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Our Gargoyles Rock: The Pastmaster brings a gargoyle on Old Megakat Bridge to life briefly in "A Bright and Shiny Future." It's basically just a horned, demon-like head with More Teeth than the Osmond Family at the end of an extending neck. In the unfinished episode "Succubus!", Katrina Moorkroft's three servants turn into what the script describes as gargoyles. They abduct victims for their employer and can shoot lasers out of their eyes.
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Spider Tank
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Spider Tank: Dark Kat has one in "Razor's Edge".
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Villainesses Want Heroes
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Villainesses Want Heroes: Turmoil wants T-Bone. In the unfinished episode "Succubus!", Horny Devil Katrina Moorkroft explicitly wants Commander Feral, although, admittedly only to drain his life force.
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Eco-Terrorist / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Ejection Seat / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Elaborate Underground Base / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Enter Eponymous / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Escape Route Surprise / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Evil Is Hammy / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Evil Is One Big, Happy Family / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Evil Luddite / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Evil Sorcerer / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Extra Eyes / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Eyes Do Not Belong There / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Fair Cop / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Family-Unfriendly Violence / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Fantasy Helmet Enforcement / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Fantasy Kitchen Sink / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Fast Tunnelling / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Fat and Skinny / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Festering Fungus / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Fighter-Launching Sequence / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
First-Run Syndication / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Five Rounds Rapid / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Flintstone Theming / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Friend on the Force / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Fugitive Arc / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Furry Reminder / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
G-Rated Drug / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Gadgeteer Genius / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Gateway Series / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Gatling Good / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Gem Tissue / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Gemstone Assault / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
General Ripper / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Generic Doomsday Villain / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Giant Eye of Doom / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Giving Them the Strip / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Glasses Pull / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Going for the Big Scoop / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Grappling-Hook Pistol / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Gratuitous Laboratory Flasks / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Guy in Back / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Hartman Hips / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Hellish Copter / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
High on Catnip / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
High-Speed Missile Dodge / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Hover Tank / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Humanoid Female Animal / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Hydra Problem / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Identical Grandson / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
If You're So Evil, Eat This Kitten / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Implacable Man / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
In Medias Res / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
In Spite of a Nail / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Inspector Javert / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Intrepid Reporter / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Irisless Eye Mask of Mystery / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Ironic Episode Title / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Janitor Impersonation Infiltration / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Jet Pack / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Just Eat Gilligan / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Kill Tally / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Killed Offscreen / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Killer Yo-Yo / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
LGBT Fanbase / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Lantern Jaw of Justice / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Laser Hallway / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Legion of Doom / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Lethal Lava Land / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Literally Shattered Lives / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Losing Your Head / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Macross Missile Massacre / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Magical Clown / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Make My Monster Grow / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Mecha Show / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Mega-Microbes / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Meganekko / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Memetic Molester / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Mirror Universe / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Monster of the Week / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Mummy / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Mushroom Man / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
National Animal Stereotypes / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
No Plans, No Prototype, No Backup / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
No Waterproofing in the Future / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Non-Lethal Warfare / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Not My Driver / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Not Quite Dead / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Office Golf / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Once per Episode / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Orderlies Are Creeps / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Our Gargoyles Rock / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Our Liches Are Different / int_5c0e4258
 PaulEiding
seeAlso
SWAT Kats
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Planimal / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Plant Mooks / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Popular with Furries / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Pre-Mortem One-Liner / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Rebuff the Amateur / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Red Alert / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Red Baron / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Red-plica Baron / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Redshirt Army / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Regular Caller / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Replaced the Theme Tune / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Reptiles Are Abhorrent / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Resurrect the Wreck / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Ride the Lightning / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Riding into the Sunset / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Riding the Bomb / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Robotic Psychopath / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Rogues Gallery / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Rogues Gallery Showcase / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Rule of Cool / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
SI Prefix Name / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
SWAT Team / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Saved by the Platform Below / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Second Person Attack / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Self-Constructed Being / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Serial Prostheses / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Sexy Secretary / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Shadow Discretion Shot / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Shoot the Television / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Shorter Means Smarter / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Skunk Stripe / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Sky Pirate / int_5c0e4258
 Sliding Scale Of Western Animation Obscurity
seeAlso
SWAT Kats
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Soft Water / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Species Surname / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Sssssnaketalk / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Stab the Scorpion / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Straw Loser / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Superhero / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Super-Persistent Missile / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Super Wrist-Gadget / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Sympathetic Inspector Antagonist / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Take Over the City / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Taken for Granite / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Tank Goodness / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Tanks for Nothing / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Tap on the Head / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Taught by Television / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Teenage Mutant Samurai Wombats / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
10-Minute Retirement / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Terrorists Without a Cause / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
That Poor Plant / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
The Assimilator / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
The Cavalry Arrives Late / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
The Commissioner Gordon / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
The Hyena / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
The Man Behind the Man / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
The Starscream / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Thematic Rogues Gallery / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Thememobile / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
This Is a Drill / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Throwing the Distraction / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Time for Plan B / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Time Master / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Tiny Guy, Huge Girl / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Title Sequence Replacement / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
To Create a Playground for Evil / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Too Good to Last / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Top-Heavy Guy / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Tracking Device / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Transforming Vehicle / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Tricked-Out Gloves / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Two-Faced / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Ultimate Authority Mayor / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Unfinished Episode / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Unhand Them, Villain! / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Unholy Matrimony / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Vigilante Man / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Villainesses Want Heroes / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Villainous Harlequin / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Wardens Are Evil / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Wave-Motion Gun / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
We Don't Need Roads / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
We Will Meet Again / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Where Does He Get All Those Wonderful Toys? / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Wire Dilemma / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
World of Funny Animals / int_5c0e4258
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
World of Weirdness / int_3133ae78
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
You're Nothing Without Your Phlebotinum / int_3133ae78
 The Legend Of Ablb (Web Animation)
seeAlso
SWAT Kats
 SWATKats
sameAs
SWAT Kats
 SWAT Kats
hasFeature
Here There Were Dragons / int_5c0e4258
 swatkats
sameAs
SWAT Kats