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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })A CGI-animated series created by Nickelodeon's Janice Burgess and broadcast worldwide, mostly on Nick Jr. and its parent network. The series was based on a live-action pilot from 1998 titled "Me and My Friends." It premiered in 2004 and ran for four seasons, the last of which finished airing in 2013.The cast are all young Funny Animal friends: Uniqua the "uniqua" (a one-of-a-kind species), Pablo the penguin, Tyrone the moose, Tasha the hippo, and Austin the kangaroo. All five live in what appears to be a suburban neighborhood with a large common backyard area.We open on one or more of the characters in the backyard playing "pretend", setting up the scenario for the viewer in a song and dance which exemplifies the episode's musical genre. Then things segue into a sort of holodeck-style fantasy — whether in the kids' imaginations or literally isn't quite clear — in which the backyard is transformed into the setting of the story and the characters dressed in appropriate costumes. From here the quest is treated entirely as if it were real...albeit clearly based on a child's logic...and frequently interrupted by musical asides.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Most episodes feature typical fantasy scenarios — cowboys, superheroes, pirates, explorers — but some are more sophisticated, and in later seasons especially several are full-on parodies of adult action-adventure: James Bond, Star Trek, Indiana Jones, Ghostbusters, etc. Further blurring the line between reality and imagination, the setting they create doesn't always stay within their control. Characters who weren't seen initiating the fantasy frequently show up within it, occasionally operating completely unbeknownst to the others, and the different plotlines collide in unexpected ways. The only consistent requirement is that a story contain no more than five humanoid characters, since no other speaking parts appear (excepting pets and a couple one-offs in specials).There seem to be no space or time limits while the fantasy is in progress, but in reality it never lasts longer than an afternoon, since it's always dispelled by somebody's tummy conveniently rumbling just after the adventure ends. They race home for snacks, the story setting disappearing behind them as they go. The only indication that anything out of the ordinary just happened is Tyrone's comment: "That was an excellent _________ adventure, don't you think?"Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })Notable for its heavy use of original music (overseen by Lounge Lizards founder Evan Lurie), in a different genre — and usually not the one you're expecting — in each episode. The photorealistic dance moves that have likewise become a series trademark are originated by live-action dancers performing as each character to that show's music; according to the creators, this process also gives the characters much of their individual personalities.
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Moebius Neighborhood
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Moebius Neighborhood: Averted with the three houses behind the titular backyard.
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Aliens Speaking English
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Aliens Speaking English: The aliens in "Mission to Mars", "News Flash", "Ranch Hands from Outer Space", "Los Galacticos", and "The Big Dipper Diner".
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Cute Witch
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Cute Witch: Uniqua, in "Escape from Fairytale Village".
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No Celebrities Were Harmed
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No Celebrities Were Harmed: "Scared of You" takes advantage of the musical genre in play by having Pablo put on a Cab Calloway impression.
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TurnedToStone
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Turned to Stone: Pablo and Tyrone are petrified by Tasha as Medusa in "Sinbad Sails Alone" in a literal game of "freeze tag". Later in said game, Pablo tricks Tasha into petrifying herself.
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Debut Queue
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Debut Queue: Nick Jr. invoked this by choosing "Knights are Brave and Strong" as the premiere episode in America; each of the cast is introduced one by one, followed by the concept of everyone going to one character's house for a snack at the end. There's cause intended as the first episode, as it's one of the only episodes not to have the "stomach growling" sound effect at the end of the fantasy.
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Hilarity Ensues
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Hilarity Ensues: It does!
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Does This Remind You of Anything?
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Does This Remind You of Anything?: Tyrone song "When I'm Booin', from "It's Great to be a Ghost", has an album-only verse about his ineptitude at scaring which could just as easily be about his being unable to impress girls. The dance break in the televised version of the song must have been inserted in place of said verse.
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Huge Rider, Tiny Mount
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Huge Rider, Tiny Mount: Tyrone and Molasses in "Horsing Around".
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Tempting Fate
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Tempting Fate: In the episodes "Follow that Butterfly" and "Chichen-Itza Pizza", the question "How hard could it be?" gets asked just before things go to hell. Pablo has a bad habit of this in "For the Love of Socks". It gets lampshaded after the third time, and he defies it afterwards.
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Gratuitous Spanish
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Gratuitous Spanish: In "The Masked Retriever" and "Los Galacticos".
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Hulking Out
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Hulking Out: Pablo in the Fourth Season episode "The Flipper". After getting doused in 'space ooze' he transforms into The Flipper whenever he gets overexcited. And this is Pablo we're talking about, so...
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Frothy Mugs of Water
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Frothy Mugs of Water: Apple juice is often used as a substitute for alcoholic beverages.
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Go-Getter Girl
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Go-Getter Girl: Uniqua's house is in the center of the titular backyard; she's the only character to appear in every single episode and almost never takes a backseat. If we can say any of this group is the leader, it's her. Tasha was described on an official webpage as a "CEO type" a "tough as nails, my-way-or-the-highway kind of gal." When she's not playing the role of someone in authority, she'll usually find a way to be assertive anyway.
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Title Drop
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Title Drop: See here.
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Defeat Means Friendship
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Defeat Means Friendship: Just about any character who plays a villain role is turned good in the end, since the characters are all a group of friends and they're just playing roles.
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Soft Glass
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Soft Glass: The skylight Tasha and Uniqua escape through in "Break Out!". It falls to pieces on contact, without even scratching their clothes.
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The Cameo
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The Cameo: In "The Action Elves Save Christmas Eve", the robot from "Front Page News" and Boy the dinosaur from "Caveman's Best Friend" are seen as toys. Robot Roscoe from "Robot Rampage" appears as a toy robot in "Elephant on the Run".
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The High Queen
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The High Queen: Tasha in "Knights are Brave and Strong", "Samurai Pie", "Fly Girl", and "The Two Musketeers", and Uniqua in "A Giant Problem".
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The Merch
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The Merch: Tons, including plushies, books, and clothing.
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Poor Communication Kills: A handful of episode plots are driven by this. Examples include "The Snow Fort", "The Funnyman Boogeyman", and "The Big Dipper Diner".
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The Stoic
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The Stoic: Austin in the Star Trek parody episode "Garbage Trek". A clear instance of this is when the U.S.S. Collector is about to be sucked by the black hole; Uniqua and Tasha scream for their lives while he remains silent like he's deep in thought or something.
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The Voice
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The Voice: The mystery voices near the end of the episodes "Secret Mission" and "It's Great to Be a Ghost!" do not come from any of the main characters. They're rumored to have come from Evan Lurie, one of the show's composers. There are also announcer voices near the beginning of "News Flash". Dragon's singing voice is provided by guest star Adam Pascal, the actor who played Roger in RENT. Total Parent Service. Santa Claus in "The Action Elves Save Christmas Eve" is heard over the phone, but never seen.
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Villain Song
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Villain Song: Expect any episode with a "good versus evil" thematic to have at least one. Notable ones include "Lady In Pink", "Me and My Shadows", and "I Am Professor Bug".
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Clown Car
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Clown Car: The clown car in "Best Clowns in Town".
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Gospel Revival Number: "Now Would Be a Good Time to Whistle" from "Caveman's Best Friend".
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Reality Ensues
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Reality Ensues: In "Pirate Treasure", Pablo's peg leg affects his ability to walk. In "Blazing Paddles", Pablo steals everyone else's Ping-Pong paddles so that they cannot play Ping-Pong. He soon realizes that he cannot play either as he needs an opponent. At the beginning of "Attack of the 50 Foot Worman", Pablo mixes blue and orange paint, thinking it will make blue-and-orange-striped paint. Instead, it makes brown paint.
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The Quiet One
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The Quiet One: Once again, Austin.
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Cool Shades
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Cool Shades: Austin wears some at one point in "Surf's Up!", and so do Pablo and Tyrone in "Elephant on the Run!". They're also present during the "You Can Do It" song sequence in "Garbage Trek".
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Heterosexual Life-Partners
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Heterosexual Life-Partners: Pablo and Tyrone have been pitted against each other twice tops.
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Breaking the Fourth Wall
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Breaking the Fourth Wall: In the framing scenes; also inside the fantasy if the main character is alone.
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Stealth Pun
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Stealth Pun: Austin and Rover (namechecking the Austin Rover car) in "Mission to Mars", and the fact that purple Austin starts out as a Shrinking Violet.
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Streaming Stars
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Streaming Stars: Seen in "Cops and Robots" and "Garbage Trek".
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The Juggernaut
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The Juggernaut: In "Chichen-Itza Pizza", the boulder chasing Tasha and Uniqua.
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Talking Animal
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Talking Animal: All five of the characters, albeit this is almost never referenced (creating some rather odd visuals, as when Austin the kangaroo is shown running).
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Last-Second Showoff
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Last-Second Showoff: Uniqua and Pablo in "Horsing Around".
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Second Episode Introduction: If you go by the Canadian air dates, Tasha made her debut in "The Yeti". Surprisingly, based on that, Austin was introduced before her!
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Egg Sitting
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Egg Sitting: In "Tale of the Mighty Knights".
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Ancient Egypt
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Ancient Egypt: In "The Key to the Nile".
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Appease the Volcano God
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Appease the Volcano God: "The Legend of the Volcano Sisters" revolves around the three boys trying to figure out what the titular sisters want the most or else the volcano will erupt destroying the Luau. Austin realizes that Uniqua and Tasha want to be invited to the boys' Luau.
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Door Dumb
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Door Dumb: "Knights Are Brave and Strong" contains a particularly silly example. Uniqua the Pink's second challenge is getting through the gate the Guardian of the Gate guards, a feat no one has ever done before. Even the Guardian himself is unable to open the gate. Completely impenetrable, right? Nope— it's just that nobody thought of pulling on the Gate's handles instead of pushing. A minor example later in the same episode calls back to that scene. Upon finally reaching King Austin's castle, Tyrone tries to pull open the door, but fails. Pablo (the aforementioned Guardian) then steps up and pushes it, and it opens easily.
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Voluntary Shapeshifting
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Voluntary Shape Shifting: Pablo could turn into a bat in "Scared of You".
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TheUnReveal
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The Un-Reveal: In "The Masked Retriever", none of the other characters find out about Uniqua's alter ego, with Austin's question of "Have you ever heard of the Masked Retriever?" left unanswered by the end-of-story stomach rumble. Played as a Tear Jerker in "The Secret of Snow". At the end when Tasha reveals that she doesn't know the secret of snow, Uniqua is sad because her journey has been rendered useless. Until she realizes that she has made four great friends.
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Bedsheet Ghost
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Bedsheet Ghost: Tyrone becomes one in "It's Great to be a Ghost".
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Companion Cube
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Companion Cube: Pablo's teddy bear from "The Flipper!".
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Anachronism Stew
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Anachronism Stew: Tons. It's Justified because the entire premise of the show is based around five kids using their imaginations to have adventures. A particularly ridiculous example is "Break Out!": the story takes place at a tower in a high fantasy world... that happens to have a Laser Hallway, security cameras, an elevator, and guards with radio headsets.
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Haunted Castle
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Haunted Castle: In "It's Great to be a Ghost", and "Scared of You". Also, technically "Monster Detectives".
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Girl Group
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Girl Group: The music genre in "Break Out!", along with Wall of Sound.
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It Has Been an Honor
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It Has Been an Honor: Pablo in "Who Goes There?".
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Lame Rhyme Dodge
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Lame Rhyme Dodge: Austin in "The Two Musketeers" does several of these without the rhyme.
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Verbal Tic
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Verbal Tic: Tyrone has a habit of saying "certainly" when stating his opinion or agreeing with another character, though this is reduced a bit after the first season.
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Funny Background Event
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Funny Background Event: Tons. In "News Flash", during one of Uniqua's reports Pablo is having a panic attack in the background. In "Movers of Arabia", Pablo screaming his head off while being dragged behind a flying carpet as Uniqua takes a phone call from Sultan Tyrone. In "Who Goes There?", when Tyrone sings the second part of the song that shares the title of the episode, you can see the art coming to life and imitating his moves.
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Furry Confusion
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Furry Confusion: Episodes sometimes feature the kids alongside non-anthropomorphic animals such as horses and even elephants.
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Spiritual Successor
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Spiritual Successor: Is one to Muppet Babies and Rugrats, and arguably has one in Bubble Guppies, produced by some of the same staff.
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Laser Hallway
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Laser Hallway: In "Secret Mission" and "Break Out!".
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Limited Wardrobe
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Limited Wardrobe: Aside from the thematic costumes they wear during the fantasies, their outfits never change.
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A Planet Named Zok
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A Planet Named Zok: In "Ranch Hands from Outer Space", Uniqua and Pablo are from planet Zorbidor.
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Faster-Than-Light Travel
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Faster-Than-Light Travel: The "Zip Speed" in "Garbage Trek".
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Damsel out of Distress
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Damsel out of Distress: The plot of "Break Out!"
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Laugh with Me!
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Laugh with Me!:
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Orient Express
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Orient Express: "Le Master of Disguise".
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Booby Trap
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Booby Trap: In "Secret Mission", and "The Snow Fort".
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Ghost Song
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Ghost Song: The songs in "It's Great to be a Ghost".
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Two Guys and a Girl
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Two Guys and a Girl: Whenever three characters appear in an episode, it's (usually) Pablo, Tyrone, and Uniqua. Austin replaces Tyrone in a few episodes. However... Two Girls and a Guy: Some episodes feature only Uniqua, Tasha, and only one of Pablo and Tyrone.
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Person as Verb
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In "Match On Mount Olympus", both Uniqua and Tasha pull a Lisa Leslie, dunking a basketball at different times.
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Seadog Peg Leg
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Seadog Peg Leg: Pablo has one in "Pirate Treasure".
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Superhero Episode
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Superhero Episode: Four: "Race to the Tower of Power", "Front Page News", "Flower Power" and "Super Team Awesome".
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Vocal Evolution
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Vocal Evolution: Uniqua's voice got very deep as the series progressed. Austin's voice deepened as well (though not as fast as Uniqua), and got less raspy.
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The Backyardigans / int_2ef005ab
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Elmuh Fudd Syndwome
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Uniqua had a slight case of Elmuh Fudd Syndwome in early episodes. In "Pirate Treasure", she says "You can tell I'm a piwate because...", and in "The Heart of the Jungle", she calls herself "Professor Uniqua, the bwilliant scientist".
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Apologetic Attacker
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Apologetic Attacker: Austin (on a kid's level) in "The Two Musketeers".
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Everyone Is a Suspect
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Everyone Is a Suspect: In "Whodunit?", and "Le Master of Disguise".
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Evolving Credits
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Evolving Credits: Each season updates the theme song with new adventures. Also, the theme song itself changes the voices of the characters when they got a new voice actor.
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Alliterative Family
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Alliterative Family: Every robot from "Robot Rampage" has a name beginning with "R". Case in point: Roscoe, Reba, Ripley, Racquel, and Rex.
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The Sheriff
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The Sheriff: Uniqua, in "Blazing Paddles".
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Vapor Wear
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Vapor Wear: During the first two-parter, Uniqua, as the Lady in Pink, clearly wears nothing under her jacket. She does wear her overalls at the ski slope, though.
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Rummage Fail
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Rummage Fail: The episode "Eureka!" has Pablo looking in his and Tyrone's horse's pack, and every single time, he'd get about about 2 or 3 unrelated objects to what they were looking for!
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Mad Scientist
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Mad Scientist: Tasha in "Scared of You".
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Hammerspace
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Hammerspace: Central to the concept... especially the fantasies that happen in interstellar space.
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Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping
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Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: The Backyardigans drop their fantasy accents when they start singing, likely because the performers for their speaking and singing voices are two different people recorded separately.
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Minion with an F in Evil
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Minion with an F in Evil: Tyrone in "International Super Spy", and Austin in "The Two Musketeers".
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Gentle Giant
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Gentle Giant: Tasha, literally, in "A Giant Problem". Pablo also turns out to be this in "Escape from Fairytale Village". Though not a literal giant, Tyrone is both the biggest and the friendliest of the bunch.
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Superheroes Wear Capes
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Superheroes Wear Capes: Tasha has one as Super Snap in "Front Page News" and Tyrone gets one in "Super Team Awesome!".
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Rule of Cute
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Rule of Cute: Not at all overplayed, but there nonetheless (they do have plushies to sell, after all).
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Nothing Can Save Us Now
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Nothing Can Save Us Now: "Save the Day", the "Uh-Oh!" song.
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Genie in a Bottle
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Genie in a Bottle: Austin in "Movers of Arabia".
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Dancing Theme
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Dancing Theme: Not surprising, since these kids dance their way through just about everything else.
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Horny Vikings
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Horny Vikings: In "Viking Voyage", Uniqua, Pablo, and Tyrone wear the classic helmets. Although Tyrone's horns are his real antlers.
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The Smart Guy
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The Smart Guy: Austin, especially during "The Legend of the Volcano Sisters" and "Mission to Mars". Uniqua sometimes also fills this role, while Pablo is usually used to parody/subvert it.
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Playing Against Type
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Playing Against Type: In-universe. The usually calm Tyrone plays a lot of hot-tempered roles in season 2, while the usually excitable Pablo plays a lot of The Comically Serious roles in season 3. Whenever this happens, it's nothing short of hilarious.
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You Shall Not Pass
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You Shall Not Pass!: Used literally by Pablo in "Knights are Brave and Strong". Of course, he then admits that he can't open the door either.
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Runaway Train
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Runaway Train: The plot of "Catch that Train!"
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Astonishingly Appropriate Interruption
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Astonishingly Appropriate Interruption: Happens in "Race Around The World", during a song no less!
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Motion Capture
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Motion Capture: The kids' dancing is animated this way, which explains why the characters often spin so quickly and their movement is perfectly synced.
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Captain Obvious
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Captain Obvious: From "Into the Deep":
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Magikarp Power
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Magikarp Power: Tyrone as "Captain Bubble" in "Front Page News" had super bubble power.
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Deus ex Machina
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Deus ex Machina: Cheerfully lampshaded about once per episode: "Well, that certainly is convenient!" Justified as it's in the character's imagination.
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Recycled Soundtrack
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Recycled Soundtrack: In all but two instances of this, the sound byte is consistent. "Scared Of You" deliberately uses a different version, because it's more intimidating. "The Swamp Creature" used a different, louder version for the same reason.
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You Can Say That Again
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You Can Say That Again: A Running Gag primarily in the first season, in which a character would literally repeat themselves after this is said.
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Robinsonade
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Robinsonade: The episode "Castaways".
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Worst News Judgment Ever
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Worst News Judgment Ever: In "News Flash", Reporter Uniqua mistakes Tyrone and Pablo's corn decoration for Crop Circles.
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The Alleged Steed
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The Alleged Steed: Molasses the donkey from "Horsing Around".
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Call-and-Response Song
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Call-and-Response Song: Pretty much any song involving more than one character is this.
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Disney Acid Sequence
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Disney Acid Sequence: Uniqua/Lady in Pink's Villain Song in "International Super Spy".
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Acrofatic
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Acrofatic: Tyrone, the biggest of the kids, is pretty fast (in "Escape From Fairytale Village", he could outrun a witch, a wolf, and a giant) and is a talented dancer.
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Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!
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Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!: Towards the end of "The Secret of Snow", Austin lets Uniqua, Pablo, and Tyrone into the ice factory against Tasha's orders.
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"Fawlty Towers" Plot: "What's Bugging You?" and "The Big Dipper Diner".
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Beach Episode
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Beach Episode: The whole point of episodes such as "Surf's Up" or "Legend of the Volcano Sisters".
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Jump Physics
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Jump Physics: In "Pirate Camp", Uniqua and Pablo are launched into the air using only two planks and some crates.
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The Guards Must Be Crazy
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The Guards Must Be Crazy: When Uniqua and Austin (as palace guards) are tricked by Musketeer Tasha in "The Two Musketeers", and guards Tyrone and Pablo in "The Masked Retriever". Museum Guard Tyrone in "Who Goes There?", who was probably either blind or just dumb as a post to not notice the artworks' shenanigans (at one point he is looking right at Uniqua and doesn't realize she's not supposed to be a statue).
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Speech-Impaired Animal
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Speech-Impaired Animal: The Wormans in their first two appearances.
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Record Needle Scratch
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Record Needle Scratch: In "Blazing Paddles". The exciting background music suddenly screeches to a halt when Pablo asks "Uh...when is high noon?". In "Monster Detectives", Tyrone stars to lead Uniqua on a journey to get her soccer ball back, but Uniqua's doesn't know where they're headed, so the usual scenery transformation music fizzles out on the first try.
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Mission Briefing
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Mission Briefing: Tasha gives Pablo one in "International Super Spy", and Tyrone and Tasha give one in "Mission to Mars".
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Sustained Misunderstanding
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Sustained Misunderstanding: "The Snow Fort". Ski Patrollers Uniqua and Tasha think Pablo and Tyrone are trapped in the titular fort and need rescuing. The latter two are actually mounties who have been assigned to protect the world's biggest snowball, and they keep the girls out of the fort because they think they're trying to steal it.
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Swiper, No Swiping!
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Swiper, No Swiping!: While you can't stop the Grabbin' Goblin from taking your stuff just by asking, he will generally give it back if you ask nicely... most of the time.
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Greasy Spoon
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Greasy Spoon: "The Big Dipper Diner" is a Recycled IN SPACE version.
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Butt-Monkey
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Butt-Monkey: It seems like the writers really hate Tyrone. "Match on Mt. Olympus" and "Robot Rampage" are pretty good examples of this. Thankfully, there are a few episodes (i.e "It's Great to Be a Ghost!") where he gets the last laugh.
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MadLibsCatchPhrase
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Mad Libs Catch Phrase: At the end of every episode, Tyrone remarks, "That was an excellent (or very) [type] adventure, don't you think?". Some episodes (like "It's Great to Be a Ghost!") omit the word "excellent". In episodes where Tyrone is absent, Pablo says the phrase instead.
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Paper-Thin Disguise
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Paper-Thin Disguise: Pablo, in "The Master of Disguise". All he does is change his clothing, but to the other characters his disguise is perfect. Justified since the kids are using their imaginations and are pretending that Pablo's disguises are perfect.
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Planet of Steves
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Planet of Steves: During "Mission to Mars", the Couch Gag phrase is "Boinga", which can mean nearly anything. As does "Ugh" during "Cave Party".
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Traintop Battle
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Traintop Chase: Austin and Pablo do this in "Le Master of Disguise", the chase ending with a train tunnel escape.
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Speed, Smarts and Strength
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Speed, Smarts and Strength: The episode "The Legend of the Volcano Sisters" gives us the Luau brothers Tyrone the Strong, Pablo the Swift, and Austin the Smart.
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Twitchy Eye
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Twitchy Eye: Tyrone has one in "Best Clowns in Town" right after the clowns make him miss his train the second time, and Pablo gets one every time he's about to become the Flipper in "The Flipper".
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It's Always Spring
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It's Always Spring: In the titular backyard. "The Secret of Snow" and "The Action Elves Save Christmas Eve" don't count, for obvious reasons.
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Wig, Dress, Accent
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Wig, Dress, Accent: Austin during "International Super Spy", with a strange mustache instead of the wig.
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Lava Pit
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Lava Pit: In "The Tale of the Mighty Knights" and "The Legend of the Volcano Sisters".
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Early Installment Weirdness
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Early Installment Weirdness: The first episode used a different font for the opening credits than later episodes. Uniqua had a slight case of Elmuh Fudd Syndwome in early episodes. In "Pirate Treasure", she says "You can tell I'm a piwate because...", and in "The Heart of the Jungle", she calls herself "Professor Uniqua, the bwilliant scientist". In Season One, the characters stood still while the background transformed around them. In one instance, the background changed before the transformation music started. In Season Two onwards, the characters started running into the yard while the background transformed, and appeared in their fantasy clothes once the transformation was complete. The first villain was mermaid Tasha in "Viking Voyage". Unlike most other villains, she is not hammy nor does she pull a Heel–Face Turn.
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Merit Badges for Everything
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Merit Badges for Everything: In "Pablor and the Acorns".
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Train-Station Goodbye
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Train-Station Goodbye: A variation happens in the episode "Best Clowns in Town". When Pablo, Uniqua, and Austin help Tyrone catch up to his train, they hug him goodbye...and cause him to miss his train again.
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Crazy-Prepared
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Crazy-Prepared: The "Ready for Anything" song from "Mission to Mars" exemplifies this trope. The astronaut Backyardigans have everything you could think of for their trip to Mars... "Cables and rope. Check! Flashlight and sneakers. Check! Bubble bath soap. Check!" As Austin notes...
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Hyperspeed Escape
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Hyperspeed Escape: In "Garbage Trek", Tyrone and Pablo use "Zip Speed".
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Book-Ends
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Bookends: Each episode starts and ends in the titular backyard.
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Invisible Parents
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Invisible Parents: Some of the kids have their parents mentioned toward the end of certain episodesnote Specifics: Pablo's mother was mentioned in "Catch That Train!", Uniqua's mother was mentioned in "Secret Mission", "Race Around The World", and "Mission To Mars", Tyrone's mother was mentioned in "News Flash", and Tyrone's father was mentioned in "Quest for the Flying Rock". Neither Tasha nor Austin's parents are mentioned., but we never see them.
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Asteroid Thicket
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Asteroid Thicket: Tyrone, Uniqua, Pablo, and Tasha all drive through one in "Cops and Robots" and sing a song about it.
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"Sesame Street" Cred: Alicia Keys, for voicing and singing the mama alien in "Mission to Mars", Cyndi Lauper for singing in "International Super Spy," and Adam Pascal for being a narrator and singer in "Tale of the Mighty Knights". Also, Conan O'Brian as Santa Claus in "The Action Elves Save Christmas Eve"!
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PilotEpisode
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Pilot Episode: "Fly Girl", if you mean literally. There's some debate over what the true pilot of the series is: there's "Pirate Treasure" and "Knights Are Brave and Strong" (the first episode of the first season, depending on where you live) in addition to an unaired (and unnamed) animated pilot from 2001 and a 1998 live-action pilot titled "Me and My Friends." Confusingly, all four of these have been given the title of "pilot" by the people behind them.
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Deserted Island
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Deserted Island: The castaway island variety in "Castaways", the lost world variety in "To the Center of the Earth", and the treasure island variety in "Pirate Treasure" and "Pirate Camp".
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Insecurity Camera
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Insecurity Camera: In "International Super Spy".
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Recurring Character
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Recurring Character: The first small martian appears "Mission to Mars"; One appears at the end of "News Flash", three appear at the end of "Los Galacticos" and two of them are major characters in "The Big Dipper Diner."
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I Am Not Left-Handed
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I Am Not Left-Handed: From "International Super Spy":
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Dark Is Not Evil
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Dark Is Not Evil / Bright Is Not Good: In "The Masked Retriever", Uniqua plays the title character, who wears a black costume and rides a black horse. Austin, on the other hand, wears a brighter suit of clothes. Guess which one is the hero of the episode and which one is the villain.
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Super Speed
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Super Speed: Tasha as Super Snap in "Front Page News", Uniqua as The Pink Fury in "Blazing Paddles", and Pablo in "Legend of the Volcano Sisters".
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Green Rocks
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Green Rocks: The flying rock in "The Quest for the Flying Rock" and the Crystal of Power in "Pablor and the Acorns".
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Green Thumb
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Green Thumb / Petal Power: Uniqua as Flower Girl in "Flower Power". Also Austin at the end of the same episode (though still through his tech and not actual superpowers) when he becomes the Bloom Meister.
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Letting the Air Out of the Band
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Letting the Air Out of the Band: Used in "Monster Detectives", during the Transformation Sequence.
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Police Are Useless
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Police Are Useless: Officer Pablo justifies this in "Caveman's Best Friend".
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Hulk Speak
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Hulk Speak: Pablo when he transforms into The Flipper mentioned in the previous trope, which is itself a parody of the Hulk. Tasha also does this in "Super Team Awesome!". And Austin in "The Heart of the Jungle".
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Call a Rabbit a
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Call a Rabbit a "Smeerp": Pancakes are called 'zum-zum' by aliens Zuniqua and Zablo in "Ranch Hands from Outer Space".
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American Gothic Couple
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American Gothic Couple: In "News Flash", the first shot of Pablo and Tyrone at their farm resembles the American Gothic painting, whether it's intentional or not.
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Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?
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Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Tasha during "Chichen-Itza Pizza" — logically enough, the Indiana Jones parody episode.
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Big Red Button
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Big Red Button: In "Legend of the Volcano Sisters", the title characters threaten to cause the eruption of the volcano by pressing such a button. The doorbells in various episodes could also count, since they are always red.
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Wasteful Wishing
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Wasteful Wishing: In "Movers of Arabia", Pablo wastes a wish by saying "I wish I knew where we were." Cue Genie Austin, yelling "You're in Arabia! Boy, that was easy!"
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Sword Fight
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Sword Fight: The first episode "Pirate Treasure", had Austin and Tyrone having a sword fight using their telescopes. In "The Two Musketeers", it gets better with Uniqua and Austin against Pablo, Tyrone, and Tasha with cool parring moves like a Blade Lock, and Sword over Head... though their swords are made of balloons.
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The Jeeves
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The Jeeves: Tyrone in "Whodunit?", he even has his hair specially combed like Jeeves' for that episode. Also Pablo in "Catch That Train" — so utterly utterly devoted to having everything Czar Tyrone needs three seconds before he wants it.
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Triumphant Reprise
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Triumphant Reprise: Of "I Love Snow" at the end of "The Secret of Snow".
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Pest Episode
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Pest Episode: Played with in "What's Bugging You" has Tyrone and Uniqua pretending to be "pest controllers" trying to rid Tasha's mansion of the wormlike wormans, while trying to keep the "infestation" hidden from an inspection by "Mr. Spiffy" (Pablo) — Tasha won't be able to join the "Spiffy Club" if there are worms inside.
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Bookshelf Dominoes
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Bookshelf Dominoes: In "Attack of the 50 Foot Worman", much to Groundskeeper Tyrone's dismay.
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Furry Female Mane
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Furry Female Mane: Inverted. Tyrone, who is male, is the only character with hair. Tasha looks very much like him, except for the lack of hair, antlers, and different ears.
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Intrepid Reporter
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Intrepid Reporter: Tasha in "Front Page News", and Uniqua in "Newsflash".
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Good All Along
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Good All Along: A few of the "villains" are this, such as the robot from "Front Page News" who only wants his picture taken and Pablo in "Le Master of Disguise" who is only running from Austin because he is chasing him for looking suspicious.
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Girls vs. Boys Plot
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Girls vs. Boys Plot: A handful of episodes take the concept of the Gender-Separated Ensemble Episode one step further and have the two sets of best friends working in direct opposition to one another: "The Snow Fort", "The Quest for the Flying Rock", "The Legend of the Volcano Sisters", "Eureka!", "Into the Deep", and "Break Out". The majority of these episodes don't feature Austin at all, and when he does show up, he tends to go to whichever side needs a third person. For example, he serves as an assistant for the girls in "Break Out!", but sides with the boys in "The Legend of the Volcano Sisters", as he views them as his "brothers" therein. This works out favorably, as the day is saved by Austin reaching out to the girls.
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Heel–Face Turn
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In "Pablor and the Acorns", the kind Acorn Scouts wear dusty scout uniforms and space dictators Uniqua and Pablo wear fancy spacesuits. At the end, their HeelFaceTurns are symbolized by replacing their space helmets with berets.
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It's a Small World After All
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It's a Small World After All: In "Polka Palace Party", Tyrone, Uniqua, Pablo, and Austin meet up and then note how they all happen to be cowboys/cowgirls, they all happen to like the same kind of music, and that they all happen to be on their way to Cheyenne.
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I Have Your Wife
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I Have Your Boss: In "International Super Spy", this was done in the complete 1-7 sequence: 1. Boss (Tasha) is kidnapped. 2. Villain (Uniqua) calls up hero (Pablo) and says "I've got your boss". 3. Tasha yells "Don't worry about me! I can take it!" 4. Uniqua tells Pablo that if he doesn't obey orders, then she will tickle Tasha. 5. Pablo must deliver the secret containers. 6. Pablo succeeds in calling a friend (Austin), who in turn finds out what's going on and swings into action to help... sort of. 7. Eventually, Tasha is released... because Pablo isn't ticklish.
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Instant Costume Change
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Instant Costume Change: Tyrone and Pablo do this near the end of "Race to the Tower of Power", Uniqua in "The Masked Retriever", Tasha in "Front Page News", Pablo again in "Le Master of Disguise", and Uniqua and Austin in "Flower Power".
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Death World
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Death World: The locations in "Save the Day". "Shark Bite Bay", "Disaster Reef", "Straits of Despair", and more.
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Football Fight Song
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Football Fight Song: The music genre for "Chichen-Itza Pizza".
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Lightning Reveal
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Lightning Reveal: In "Scared of You".
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You Go, Girl!
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You Go, Girl!: This happens more than once, and shouldn't be surprising because this show was created by a woman. Becomes a plot point in "Blazing Paddles" when sheriff Uniqua must demonstrate table tennis skills to defend her town. In "Match On Mount Olympus", both Uniqua and Tasha pull a Lisa Leslie, dunking a basketball at different times.
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Spit Take
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Spit Take: Uniqua does this in "Catch that Butterfly", after they've fallen off a waterfall.
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Heroic Sacrifice
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Heroic Sacrifice: Austin - on a kid's-TV level - in "The Secret of Snow". He uses the Ice Lady's (Tasha's) ice machine to save Uniqua, Pablo, and Tyrone, even though he knows that it will get him in big trouble with Tasha.
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Flashback Effects
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Flashback Effects: Tyrone has one in the form of a thought bubble during "Who Goes There?"
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Black Vikings
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Black Vikings: Tyrone and Uniqua whenever the episode has a medieval European setting. Justified as they are merely pretending to travel to places besides their backyard.
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Inevitable Waterfall
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Inevitable Waterfall: Oh yeah. "Polka Palace Party", "Catch that Butterfly", "The Secret of Snow", "Chichen-Itza Pizza", and "The Tale of the Mighty Knights" are just a few examples.
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Disneyfication
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Disneyfication: If your gonna parody James Bond or Indiana Jones on a preschool show, you had better have this trope in place.
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Lightning Can Do Anything
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Lightning Can Do Anything: In "Match on Mt. Olympus", Austin, the God of Laughter, can shoot lightning from his hands that makes his victim note  Tyrone laugh uncontrollably.
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That Poor Cat
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That Poor Cat: Happens in the double-length episode "International Secret Super Spy" when The Lady in Pink's secret headquarter lights end up dying from The Lady Pink pushing on the tickle table button several times. The Lady to Pink orders Henchman Tyrone to activate the emergency lights. While doing so, Henchman Tyrone crashes off-screen and we hear the screeching cat noise. It also happens in "Catch That Train!" when Czar Tyrone's train ends up in a tunnel while Uniqua and Pablo go off after it. We hear a cat screeching, along with a chicken clucking, a telephone ringing, and a weird talking device.
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Only One Name
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Only One Name: Except for in "Whodunit", with Austin Frothingslosh and Uniqua Underhood, the characters have no surnames.
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Our Ghosts Are Different
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Our Ghosts Are Different: In "It's Great to be a Ghost" and "Pirate Camp".
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Pep-Talk Song
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Pep-Talk Song: "Things Could Always Be Worse" from "Follow the Feather" and "Astronauts Never Give Up" from "Mission to Mars"
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An Ice Person
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An Ice Person: Tasha as the Ice Lady in "The Secret of Snow".
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Evil Laugh
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Evil Laugh: Tasha's in "Scared of You", Pablo's in "Le Master of Disguise", "Blazing Paddles" and "Robot Rampage", and Uniqua's in "International Super Spy". Austin finally gets one in "Flower Power" when he portrays "Gloom Meister," though in a possible bit of Lampshade Hanging, he is forced to admit that it's not his real laugh (he just does it to sound scarier). His real laugh sounds much nerdier.
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Gilligan Cut
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Gilligan Cut: In "What's Bugging You?", when Uniqua and Tyrone are about to make cupcakes:
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That's No Moon!
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That's No Moon!: In "A Giant Problem", Tyrone and Pablo rest on a large red boulder which happens to be Tasha's giant foot. Tyrone does this again in "Escape from Fairytale Village", this time to Pablo's foot.
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Knight of Cerebus
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Knight of Cerebus: Pablo in the two-part "Robot Rampage" episode. The first part was as lighthearted as most episodes of preschool shows, with Pablo only making a few casual appearances. But towards the end of the first part, he properly introduced himself via a Villain Song. He has a much more active role in the second part, which has a much more grim tone.
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The Power of Rock
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The Power of Rock: And zydeco. And rumba. And Bollywood. And nortĕno. And ragtime...must we continue?
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Meaningful Name
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Meaningful Name: Uniqua = unique (because she's a Cartoon Creature), and Austin = Australia (because that's where kangaroos come from).
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1.0
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Fighting Your Friend
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Fighting Your Friend: They frequently find themselves battling each other ("The Two Musketeers" being a good example) once they start their adventures. Although official best friends Tyrone & Pablo and Tasha & Uniqua are rarely pitted against one another.
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1.0
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The Backyardigans / int_6d03eac8
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Fractured Fairy Tale
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Fractured Fairy Tale: "Escape from Fairytale Village" and "Break Out!"
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1.0
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Shabby Heroes, Well-Dressed Villains
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Shabby Heroes, Well-Dressed Villains: In "Blazing Paddles", Uniqua's sheriff uniform is much dustier than Pablo's outlaw uniform. In "The Great Dolphin Race", Uniqua wears a plain stable girl outfit and Tyrone wears a sleek racing uniform. In "Pablor and the Acorns", the kind Acorn Scouts wear dusty scout uniforms and space dictators Uniqua and Pablo wear fancy spacesuits. At the end, their HeelFaceTurns are symbolized by replacing their space helmets with berets.
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Angry Mob Song
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Angry Mob Song: "The Customer Is Always Right" and "Awesomely Bad Time" in "The Swamp Creature" may probably count. Probably, because the mob here is made of only two characters.
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Tertiary Sexual Characteristics
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Tertiary Sexual Characteristics: Played very straight with Tasha's dress, Pablo's bowtie, Uniqua's piiiinkness — and, more subtly, Tyrone's antlers. Uniqua is a subversion: she wears overalls, lacks eyelashes and in later seasons has a rather deep voice. Some viewers even mistook her for a boy. That is, until some of her girlier roles in the later seasons, and until those viewers realized she was pink.
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Four-Fingered Hands
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Four-Fingered Hands: With the exception of Pablo, who has mitten-like flippers.
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1.0
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Christmas Episode
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Christmas Episode: "The Secret of Snow" and "The Action Elves Save Christmas Eve."
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1.0
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Air Guitar
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Air Guitar: Tyrone does this during the song "Gotta Get the Job Done" in the episode "Monster Detectives".
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1.0
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Stealth Hi/Bye
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Stealth Hi/Bye: This from Race Around The World.
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Seashell Bra
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Seashell Bra: Averted with the mermaid characters in "Viking Voyage" and "Into the Deep". Their tails go all the way up to their shoulders.
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Clark Kenting
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Clark Kenting: Parodied in "Front Page News". Also played straight in "Le Master of Disguise", in which the mystery hinges around Great Detective Austin not twigging that his prey is a little blue penguin who never bothers to conceal his face.
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Excited Show Title!
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Excited Episode Title!: "Eureka!", "For The Love of Socks!", "Break Out!", and "The Flipper!".
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1.0
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Shoe Phone
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Shoe Phone: Pablo's hat-phone in "International Super Spy".
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1.0
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Forgotten Birthday
 The Backyardigans / int_72fb8772
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Forgotten Birthday: Austin thinks this in "Scared of You". In reality Tasha was setting up a surprise party and distracted Austin by unknowingly gathering up the guests.
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Brooding Boy, Gentle Girl
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Brooding Boy, Gentle Girl: Austin and Uniqua are a preschool friendly example in a few episodes, especially in season 1. For example, in "High Tea", Uniqua is the only one who manages to make Austin laugh. Inverted towards the end of "The Secret of Snow", when Uniqua laments about how it won't snow and the others remind her of the friends she's made through song, Austin being the only one who gets his own verse to himself.
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Growling Gut
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Growling Gut: Quite possibly the king of this trope; every episode ends with someone's stomach rumbling, prompting the kids to bring the adventure to a close and go get a snack. Recycled Soundtrack: In all but two instances of this, the sound byte is consistent. "Scared Of You" deliberately uses a different version, because it's more intimidating. "The Swamp Creature" used a different, louder version for the same reason.
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Two Girls to a Team
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Two Girls to a Team: Tasha and Uniqua
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Jump, I'll Catch You!
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Jump, I'll Catch You!: In "Pirate Treasure", the other characters say this to Pablo as he hobbles across a log with his peg leg.
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The Comically Serious
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The Comically Serious: Mr. Spiffy in "What's Bugging You?".
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 The Backyardigans / int_76dc4f31
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"Arabian Nights" Days: In "Movers of Arabia".
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Crisis Makes Perfect
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Crisis Makes Perfect: In "Caveman's Best Friend", Austin has to whistle to get Boy to come back, but he cannot do it until he and his friends are about to sink into a tar pit.
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Horse of a Different Color
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Horse of a Different Color: Boy the pet dinosaur in "Caveman's Best Friend", and the racing dolphins in "The Great Dolphin Race".
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Team Shot
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Team Shot: Usually how episodes end.
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1.0
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Storybook Opening
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Storybook Opening: "The Secret of Snow".
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Casting a Shadow
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Casting a Shadow: Austin as the Gloom Meister in "Flower Power".
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From Bad to Worse
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From Bad to Worse: A staple. Exemplified by the scene in "Catch that Butterfly" wherein the stagecoach is floating down a river and breaks apart piece by piece until only the floor is left...
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Crying Wolf
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Crying Wolf: In “Surf’s Up”, Pablo is seeking Tiki Beach because every wave that forms there is perfect for surfing. Austin, the Guardian of Tiki Beach, tricks Pablo twice into going to other beaches under various lifeguard disguises because it’s his job to make sure that surfers seeking Tiki Beach have mastered enough rad surfing moves to earn the honor of finding it, and Pablo only has one rad move at the start of the story. After Pablo meets Tyrone and Uniqua and they all learn their signature rad moves from each other, Austin decides they’re all worthy of surfing at Tiki Beach and gives them the real directions. Unfortunately, when he does, Pablo recognizes Austin as the other lifeguards from before and he, Tyrone, and Uniqua start chasing him because they think Austin’s still misleading them on where Tiki Beach is.
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"I Am" Song: Expect one of these when a character introduces themselves and the role they're playing.
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Stout Strength
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Stout Strength: Tasha, specifically from the second season onwards. An example is in "Swamp Creature", where she pulls Pablo out of the water by his snorkel with one hand. Just look at her arms. She's a muscular little thing. Pablo in "The Heart of the Jungle" can lift Tyrone in the air. Keep in mind that Pablo is probably 12 pounds at mostnote Assuming he is an Adelaide penguin (see WMG), meaning Tyrone was heavier since birth (moose calves are about 30 pounds at birth). They're Funny Animals though, so the weight difference between them probably isn't the same as it would normally be.
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Super Cell Reception
 The Backyardigans / int_7bed2677
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Super Cell Reception: In "Mission to Mars", a martian from Mars is able to phone Tyrone and Tasha using a cellphone.
 The Backyardigans / int_7bed2677
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1.0
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Shave and a Haircut
 The Backyardigans / int_7bf35700
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Shave And A Haircut: How Uniqua, Tyrone, and Pablo get Austin's attention in "Polka Palace Party". Austin drums out the "two bits" part himself.
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1.0
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This Is No Time to Panic
 The Backyardigans / int_7c203f21
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This Is No Time to Panic: Pablo's frantic chant during his panic attacks. Subverted to some degree in The Flipper! where, instead of panicking, he's actually excited.
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Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal
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Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal: Tasha's regular wardrobe applies to this. Some of the other Backyardigans would get full costumes which often include shoes (i.e the Lady in Pink's white boots) on several adventures.
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Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever
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Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Parodied in "Attack of the 50 Foot Worman", in which Sherman becomes a giant.
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Cultural Translation
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Cultural Translation: The UK dub has a lot of this, especially when the snack is offered at the end of the episode. "High Tea" is called "The Tea Party" in the UK dub, possibly because the episode has to do with imitation of British culture and culture of the audience in the United Kingdom already has heavier British influence relative to those in other countries. In the US version of "Robin Hood the Clean", the squalid village is called "Filthingham". In the UK version, it is called "Rottingham", which sounds more like "Nottingham" from the original myth. note  it's also a real place in Britain, so the name change might have been intended to reference the town as well as help drive home the idea. The French version of "The Funnyman Boogeyman" was written so that Austin plays the Big Bad Wolf instead. Some dub titles for "Attack of the 50-foot Worman" were written so that his height was given as fifteen meters, while others more generally referred to his being a giant.
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Knight in Shining Armor
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Knight in Shining Armor: Uniqua and Tyrone in "The Tale if the Mighty Knights", and "Knights are Brave and Strong".
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Our Mermaids Are Different
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Our Mermaids Are Different: Tasha in "Viking Voyage", and then Tasha and Uniqua during "Into the Deep".
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Dark Horse Victory
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Dark Horse Victory: Tyrone and Molasses in "Horsing Around".
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Monster Mash
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Monster Mash: The monster dance party near the end of "Scared of You".
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Dramatic Drop
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Dramatic Drop: Tasha drops some planks in "Ranch Hands From Outer Space" when she finds out that Zuniqua and Zablo (Uniqua and Pablo) made a fence going to the sky. In "Elephant on the Run", Uniqua drops her most prized cookie jar when she sees Tyrone and Pablo jumping off her plane with the elephant.
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Star Wars (Franchise)
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In "Break Out", Princess Tasha has Princess Leia's iconic hairstyle.
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Fantasy Helmet Enforcement
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Fantasy Helmet Enforcement: Tyrone wears a helmet when he rides his bicycle in "Escape From Fairytale Village", Austin and Uniqua have helmets when riding their skateboard and scooter in "Caveman's Best Friend", and all characters in "The Magic Skateboard" wear helmets as well as elbow pads and knee pads.
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Large Ham
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Large Ham: Austin in 'The Funnyman Boogeyman'.
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Grumpy Bear
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Grumpy Bear: Queen Uniqua in "A Giant Problem", as well as Pablo, Tasha, and Tyrone in "Fly Girl".
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"I Want" Song: Uniqua and Pablo have one in "The Great Dolphin Race". Austin got one in "Caveman's Best Friend".
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Naughty by Night
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Naughty by Night: "The Masked Retriever", (obviously) in a non-sexual direction.
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With Catlike Tread
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With Catlike Tread: According to Pablo at the beginning of "Secret Mission", having background music is a necessary part of being a secret agent. Heck, any time someone's on a stealth mission, you can bet they'll break out into a musical when they're trying not to get noticed. And it never blows their cover.
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Straight Man
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Straight Man: Usually played by Tyrone, with Pablo as his comic foil.
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Red Oni, Blue Oni
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Red Oni, Blue Oni: Inverted with Pablo and Tyrone. Pablo is blue and panicked frequently in the first season. Tyrone is orange, but more level-headed and laidback.
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Power Glows
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Power Glows: In "The Magic Skateboard," Tyrone finds the magic skateboard because it glows. The Crystal of Power in "Pablor and the Acorns" also glows.
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The Fair Folk
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The Fair Folk: Tasha in "Tale of the Mighty Knights".
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Pirate Booty
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Pirate Booty: The diamond in "Pirate Treasure", and Captain Red Boots' boot (plus a pile of gold) in "Pirate Camp".
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If My Calculations Are Correct
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If My Calculations Are Correct: Pablo during "Mission to Mars" and "Secret Mission".
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Parental Bonus
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Parental Bonus: Deliberate, and clever. "I don't control the weather. I just report it."
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Literal Cliffhanger
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Literal Cliffhanger: Uniqua at the beginning of "Polka Palace Party" and Pablo during the snowboarding leg of "Race Around the World".
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Two Girls and a Guy
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Two Girls and a Guy: Some episodes feature only Uniqua, Tasha, and only one of Pablo and Tyrone.
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Narrator All Along
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Narrator All Along: At the very end of "The Secret of Snow", we learn that the narrator of the story is Austin, who plays the deuteragonist of the episode.
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House Inspection
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House Inspection: In "What's Bugging You?", Tasha's house is being inspected by Mr. Spiffy (Pablo) so she can join the Spiffy Club. She calls Uniqua and Tyrone from Best Pest Control to get rid of the solitary Worman spoiling the perfection. Unfortunately, everything they do seems to attract even more Wormans. And then Mr. Spiffy arrives... cue the "Fawlty Towers" Plot.
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Third-Person Person
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Third-Person Person: Austin as the Grabbin' Goblin in "The Tale of the Mighty Knights". Though he is capable of still using "I" to refer to himself.
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Repetitive Name
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Repetitive Name: In "Catch That Train!", Pablo's full name is Pablo Pablovitch.
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Literal Metaphor
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Literal Metaphor: Towards the end of the Feminist Fantasy episode "Break Out!", Uniqua and Tasha break through a literal glass ceiling.
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Team Title
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Team Title: The Backyardigans stars the Backyardigans.
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Nothing Can Stop Us Now!
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Nothing Can Stop Us Now!: In "Catch that Butterfly", the "How Hard Can It Be?" song.
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Minimalist Cast
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Minimalist Cast: Only five consistent characters, although most episodes only feature four, and some only have three.
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Voice with an Internet Connection
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Voice with an Internet Connection: Austin as the princesses' magic (compact) mirror in "Break Out".
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The Voiceless
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The Voiceless: Tasha doesn't speak in the Nintendo DS game. Austin doesn't speak in his appearance in Nickelodeon Fit note However, his voice actor Jonah Bobo was credited...
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Wasn't That Fun?
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Wasn't That Fun?: In "Scared Of You", Austin, Tyrone, and Uniqua are warned against proceeding with their journey. They do so, and are rewarded with a falling staircase. Uniqua is left hanging on to the top landing for dear life. She then says this:
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Slapstick Knows No Gender
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Slapstick Knows No Gender: Neither Uniqua nor Tasha is safe from slapstick, especially not Tasha. This is practically spelt out in "The Snow Fort", in which both girls fall victim to booby traps instigated by boys.
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Justified Trope
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He also does time as 'Austin Stinkypants' in "Robin Hood the Clean". Justified since it's supposed to be a Meaningful Name.
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Our Goblins Are Different
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Our Goblins Are Different: The Grabbin' Goblin (Austin) in "Tale of the Mighty Knights" and "Tale of the Not-So-Nice Dragon".
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Thematic Theme Tune
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Thematic Theme Tune: The theme song gradually climbs an octave in pitch, while the titular characters switch from regular clothes to fantasy gear and back.
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Morality Dial
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Morality Dial: In the episode "Cops and Robots", all bots have a morality switch that (child logic, gotta love it) can be flipped to "BAD".
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Accidental Art
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Accidental Art: Tyrone splattering paint on the brand new canvas in "Who Goes There?" results in this.
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Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal
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Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: Pablo only wears a cap and bowtie.
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Ominous Fog
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Ominous Fog: The fog in "Knights are Brave and Strong" and "Whodunit?".
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Moral Guardians
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Moral Guardians / Media Watchdog: The reason why, among other things, the kids have a sword fight using telescopes ("Pirate Treasure"), and balloons ("The Two Musketeers"). And the reason why, in "Pirate Camp", "swashbuckling" means "sliding down a rope with a piece of cloth".
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Barefoot Cartoon Animal
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Barefoot Cartoon Animal: Uniqua and Austin in their regular clothes. This applies occasionally to Pablo and Tyrone's various costumes on select episodes.
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Tickle Torture
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Tickle Torture: In "International Super Spy", this is the Lady in Pink's method of punishment.
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Talking Pest
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Talking Pest: The Wormans in "What's Bugging You?"
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Odd Couple
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Odd Couple: Best friends Pablo the tightly-wound and Tyrone the laid-back.
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Parent Service
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Dragon's singing voice is provided by guest star Adam Pascal, the actor who played Roger in RENT. Total Parent Service.
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Poke the Poodle
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Poke the Poodle: Enforced. The Moral Guardians aren't about to let preschool characters do anything genuinely evil.
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Knighting
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Knighting: In "Knights are Brave and Strong".
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Santa Claus
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Santa Claus in "The Action Elves Save Christmas Eve" is heard over the phone, but never seen.
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Bigfoot, Sasquatch and Yeti
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Bigfoot, Sasquatch and Yeti: Pablo in "The Yeti", Tyrone in "Fly Girl" and Austin and Tyrone in "The Action Elves Save Christmas Eve".
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Foreshadowing
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Foreshadowing: At the beginning of "Le Master of Disguise" when Pablo is showing off his disguises, the first two of his costumes are a clown and a cowboy. Later in the episode, Austin mistakes an actual cowboy (Tyrone) and an actual circus performer (Tasha) for Pablo.
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Animal Athlete Loophole
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Animal Athlete Loophole: In "Horsing Around," Molasses is Tyrone's race-donkey.
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Unrealistic Black Hole
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Unrealistic Black Hole: In "Garbage Trek".
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Our Vampires Are Different
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Our Vampires Are Different: Pablo in "Scared Of You".
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Leitmotif
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Leitmotif: Pablo has his own panic attack tune set to the music genre of the week.
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Feminist Fantasy
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Feminist Fantasy: "Break Out!" "Blazing Paddles" might also count, due to Uniqua beating Pablo in the ping-pong match by burning a hole through his paddle.
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Whip Pan
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Whip Pan: Used in "Tale of the Mighty Knights", "Le Master of Disguise", "Robin Hood the Clean", and several other episodes.
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It's Probably Nothing
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It's Probably Nothing: Tyrone (as a guard) in "The Masked Retriever".
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Gender-Separated Ensemble Episode
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Gender-Separated Ensemble Episode: It happens a lot. Pablo and Tyrone are best friends, and the same goes for Uniqua and Tasha. How often has it happened? "The Heart of the Jungle": Tyrone, Pablo, and Austin are the three Tarzans, and Uniqua is a jungle explorer. "The Snow Fort": Tyrone and Pablo are the Mounties, and Uniqua and Tasha are the ski patrollers. "The Key to the Nile": Tasha is the Egyptian princess, Uniqua is the sphinx, and Tyrone, Pablo, and Austin are the servants. They practically spell it out for us in "Quest for the Flying Rock". "Eureka!": Tyrone and Pablo are the prospectors, and Uniqua and Tasha are the paleontologists. "The Legend of the Volcano Sisters": Tyrone, Pablo, and Austin are the Luau Brothers, and Uniqua and Tasha are the Volcano Sisters. "Sinbad Sails Alone": Tyrone and Pablo are the sailors, and Uniqua and Tasha are the mythical beings they must face. "Into the Deep": Pablo and Tyrone are the underwater explorers and Uniqua and Tasha are the mermaids. "A Giant Problem": Tasha is the giant, Uniqua is the queen, and Pablo and Tyrone are the wizards. "Chichen-Itza Pizza": Uniqua and Tasha are the pizza delivery girls and Tyrone is the king. "The Masked Retriever": Uniqua is the title character, Tasha is an ordinary citizen, Austin is the mayor, and Pablo and Tyrone are his guards. "Break Out!": Uniqua and Tasha are the princesses, Austin is the magic mirror, and Pablo and Tyrone are the guards.
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Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal
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Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: Pablo and Tyrone.
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Magic Countdown
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Magic Countdown: In "Garbage Trek".
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The Butler Did It
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The Butler Did It: Tyrone in "Whodunit?". He actually had permission to 'steal' Lady Tasha's necklace, because it was really just a mystery game.
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Fastest Gun in the West
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Fastest Gun in the West: Pablo in "Blazing Paddles". Actually, the fastest ping pong skills in the West.
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Ascended Extra
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Ascended Extra: Pablo's teddy bear from "The Flipper" made minor appearances in the earlier episodes "Robot Rampage", "Catch that Train", and "The Funnyman Boogeyman".
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All-CGI Cartoon
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All-CGI Cartoon: Though a lot of books and other marketing shows them as 2D.
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Rule of Three
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Rule of Three: Nearly every episode. "Le Master of Disguise" actually has two examples of this trope: Austin mistakes three people (Uniqua, Tyrone, and Tasha) for Pablo, and Pablo wears three disguises (conductor, waiter, and Austin himself!)
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Imagine Spot
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Imagine Spot: In "Elephant on the Run", one of the songs takes place in and out of Uniqua's fantasy of having an elephant for a pet.
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Hula and Luaus
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Hula and Luaus: "Legend of the Volcano Sisters". That is all... well, except that a different set of Hawaiian cliches are laid on thick in "Surf's Up", which features the search for legendary Tiki Beach.
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Super Strength
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Super Strength: Tyrone in "The Legend of the Volcano Sisters"; Uniqua as Bug Girl in "Front Page News" and as Strong Blossom in "Super Team Awesome"; Pablo as Tarzan the Very Strong in "Heart of the Jungle".
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Mega City
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Mega City: The name of the city in "Robot Rampage".
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Embarrassing Middle Name
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Embarrassing Last Name: Austin, or at least his character, in "Whodunit?". Seriously, Austin Frothingslosh? He also does time as 'Austin Stinkypants' in "Robin Hood the Clean". Justified since it's supposed to be a Meaningful Name. And if you thought "Frothingslosh" was hilariously silly, "Catch That Train!" has Pablo Pablovitch, the hilariously lazy.
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EvilVsEvil
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Evil vs. Evil: Pablor vs Uniquor for most of "Pablor and the Acorns".
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Flying Postman
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Flying Postman: The entire "Dragon Express" episode.
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Instant Awesome: Just Add Mecha!
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Instant Awesome: Just Add Mecha!: The Giant Robot, who shows up in seasons three and four.
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Save the Villain
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Save the Villain: In "International Super Spy", Pablo saves Uniqua from a Disney Villain Death, prompting her to change her ways.
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Cartoon Creature
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Cartoon Creature: Ah, Uniqua. Word of God says that she is "her own unique species".
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Clock Tower
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Clock Tower/Race Against the Clock: In "International Super Spy", and "Blazing Paddles".
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Outlaw
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Outlaw: In "Blazing Paddles", we see a wanted poster featured Pablo, the "Ping Pong Bandit", with a reward of $500.
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The Blind Leading the Blind
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The Blind Leading the Blind: In "The Yeti", Tasha claims to be a Frozen North expert, but she, Uniqua, and Tyrone all get lost while searching for Yeti Pablo.
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Deadpan Snarker
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Deadpan Snarker: Tyrone, at times audibly and more often visually. Somehow, despite the character wearing no pants, he manages to give the impression he's slouching with his hands stuck in his pockets. This is particularly helped when he's animated with his hands in nonexistent pockets. Fridge Brilliance: Maybe he's wearing orange footie pants.
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Expository Theme Tune
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Expository Theme Tune
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Face–Heel Turn
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Face–Heel Turn: Uniqua in "Monster Detectives", but for a selfless reason.
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Space Police
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Space Police: Officer Uniqua and Sergeant Tyrone in "Cops and Robots", as well as Officers Tyrone and Tasha in "The Big Dipper Diner".
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Sneeze of Doom
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Sneeze of Doom: Uniqua (caused by dust while hiding from the Soccer Monster) in "Monster Detectives", and Austin (caused by flowers whlie hiding from Tyrone in a painting) in "Who Goes There?".
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Instant Awesome: Just Add Dragons!
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Instant Awesome: Just Add Dragons!: The aptly-named Dragon, who plays a starring role in three episodes.
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Robe and Wizard Hat
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Robe and Wizard Hat: Tyrone and Pablo in "A Giant Problem".
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Catchphrase
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Catchphrase: Various, particularly Tyrone's "That certainly is convenient" when a Deus ex Machina appears, and Tasha's "Oh, for goodness' sakes!" when...well, pretty much constantly. Also, "Pablo? Pablo... PABLO!" whenever Pablo has a panic attack. In addition, each episode has a setting-specific phrase, usually featured in the opening song, which also doubles as the show's closing Couch Gag. There are also some role-specific catchphrases, i.e the Flipper's "Where is meteor?!", and Austin Frothingslosh's "Great Caesar's Ghost!".
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Filk Song
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What Do You Do With A Scurvy Pirate? is actually a filk of a classic sea shanty called Drunken Sailornote Sadly, this song is not well known outside of North America and parts of Europe. When the episode was exported, it resulted in many viewers not from the mentioned regions associating the tune with The Backyardigans instead of the original.
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Fridge Brilliance
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Fridge Brilliance: Maybe he's wearing orange footie pants.
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Viewer Gender Confusion
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Uniqua is a subversion: she wears overalls, lacks eyelashes and in later seasons has a rather deep voice. Some viewers even mistook her for a boy. That is, until some of her girlier roles in the later seasons, and until those viewers realized she was pink.
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Sea Monster
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Sea Monster: A playful one appears in "The Amazing Splashinis".
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The Big Race
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The Big Race: "Race Around the World", "Horsing Around", "The Great Dolphin Race", and "The Magic Skateboard".
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Reactive Continuous Scream
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Reactive Continuous Scream: This happens in "The Snow Fort", when the mounties (Pablo and Tyrone) and the Ski Patrollers (Uniqua and Tasha) accidentally come face-to-face with each other on the second floor of the snow fort, just a few seconds before the mounties fall off the ladder and land in a pile of snow.
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Sirens Are Mermaids
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Sirens Are Mermaids: Inverted in "Viking Voyage", where Uniqua, Pablo, and Tyrone sing a lullaby that makes mermaid Tasha and Pablo fall asleep.
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Genki Girl
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Genki Girl: Uniqua most of the time, and Tasha during "A Giant Problem".
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Pantsless Males, Fully-Dressed Females
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Pantsless Males, Fully-Dressed Females: Tyrone and Pablo don't always wear pants, although Austin always does. Uniqua and Tasha are also fully dressed. Hilariously enough, this was actually inverted in "Chichen-Itza Pizza": The girls' uniform only has the shirt (though to be fair, they had their regular clothes on underneath), while Tyrone wears pants (well, a grass skirt) to make up for all the time he spends running around pantsless.
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No OSHA Compliance
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No OSHA Compliance: The ice factory in "The Secret of Snow" and the sock factory in "For the Love of Socks!".
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Epic Fail
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Epic Fail: "A Giant Problem": Wizards Pablo and Tyrone try to cast a magic spell that will shrink Giant Tasha. The spell ends up enlarging both them and Queen Uniqua.
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Don't Look Down
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Don't Look Down: Tasha says this several times in "Chichen-Itza Pizza", as she has a fear of heights.
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Take That!
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Take That!: In the soundtrack exclusive version of the "W-I-O-Wa" song from "News Flash," Uniqua delivers one at what often passes for the state of news-reporting these days:
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Too Dumb to Live
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Too Dumb to Live: Uniqua in the episode "Monster Detectives". The plot of the whole episode is Uniqua keeps breaking most of Detective Tyrone's rules while they look for the soccer monster. Despite Tyrone trying to get Uniqua to be serious and trying to be quiet so the Soccer Monster doesn't find it, she eventually is too curious to even bother looking for the Soccer Monster. For example, Uniqua saw and looked at the 4 trophies and eventually another trophy with Pablo on it, causing Tyrone to firmly snap at her, "Don't touch ANYTHING". This can prove that Uniqua, being the Cheerful Child she is, may be a ditz sometimes, but mostly, it's all in good pleasure. It is justified, being that Uniqua is, 1: a curious little kid, 2: this IS a kid show, and 3: she doesn't know better. Poor Uniqua though..... And also, she gets turned into a Soccer Monster along with Tyrone himself. This happens to be a rare occurence in a preschool show.
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Airplane Arms
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Airplane Arms: Uniqua does this near the beginning of "Fly Girl".
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Cue the Rain
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Cue the Rain: Happens in "Match on Mount Olympus". Right after the song entitled "It's a Sunny Day", no less!
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Slow and Steady Wins the Race
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Slow and Steady Wins the Race: "Race Around the World" and "Horsing Around".
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Hypocritical Humor
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Hypocritical Humor: When Pablo has a panic attack, he usually tells the others to stay calm.
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Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!
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Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Pablo in "Pirate Camp" keeps getting distracted by the very shiny red boot.
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Nobody Here but Us Statues
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Nobody Here but Us Statues: A recurring theme in "Who Goes There?" with Uniqua, Pablo, and Austin being actual pieces of artwork. It happens again in "What's Bugging You?" with Uniqua and Tyrone as a pest control service trying to hide from house inspector Mr. Spiffy (Pablo).
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Floating in a Bubble
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Floating in a Bubble: In "Front Page News", Captain Bubble (Tyrone) makes a giant bubble which traps the Giant Robot.
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Busby Berkeley Number
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Busby Berkeley Number: "I Get Whatever I Want" from "Robot Rampage, Part 2".
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Ironic Echo Cut
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Ironic Echo Cut: An interesting not-quite-a-cut variant in "Break Out!":
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Incredible Shrinking Man
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Incredible Shrinking Man: Austin, and later on, Pablo and Tyrone get shrunk in "Race to the Tower of Power". Tasha gets her turn in "The Big Dipper Diner". Also, the horses in "Ranch Hands from Outer Space".
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Fiery Redhead
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Fiery Redhead: Tyrone occasionally slips into this, especially in "Best Clowns in Town".
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Tear Jerker
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Played as a Tear Jerker in "The Secret of Snow". At the end when Tasha reveals that she doesn't know the secret of snow, Uniqua is sad because her journey has been rendered useless. Until she realizes that she has made four great friends.
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Color-Coded Characters
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Color-Coded Characters: When the not-so-nice dragon is converted to good, he changes from an angry orange color to a pleasant green. It's the same color as the good Dragon who hatched "The Tale of the Mighty Knights". In terms of the main cast, Uniqua is pink, Pablo is blue, Tyrone is orange, Tasha is yellow, and Austin is purple. Their houses are the same colors, respectively.
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Strapped to an Operating Table
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Strapped to an Operating Table: In "International Super Spy", Tyrone (accidentally), Tasha, Pablo, and Austin are strapped to a Tickle Table.
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Berserk Button
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Berserk Button: In "Best Clowns in Town". Don't make Ringmaster Tyrone miss his train. Just don't. Especially if you're a clown.
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Cowboy Episode
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Cowboy Episode: "Riding the Range" is the show's only straight example, although "Polka Palace Party" has the return of Cowboy Tyrone and both it and "Blazing Paddles" have western settings. Cowboy characters also appear in "The Secret of Snow", "Horsing Around", and "Le Master of Disguise".
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Walk the Plank
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Walk the Plank: In "Pirate Treasure", and "Fly Girl".
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Alliterative Name
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Alliterative Name: Uniqua's persona in "Whodunit?": Uniqua Underhood. From "Catch That Train!", Pablo Pablovitch.
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Mission Control
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"Mission to Mars" has three astronauts (Uniqua, Pablo, and Austin) and two members of Mission Control (Tyrone and Tasha).
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Scout-Out
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Scout-Out: The Acorn Scouts in "Pablor and the Acorns".
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That Makes Me Feel Angry
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That Makes Me Feel Angry: From "Best Clowns in Town":
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Hero Secret Service
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Hero Secret Service: The secret headquarters in "International Super Spy".
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Cool and Unusual Punishment
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Cool and Unusual Punishment: The Tickle Table in "International Super Spy".
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Dragon Rider
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Dragon Rider: Every episode with Dragon features the characters riding him like a magestic steed.
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Hook Hand
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Hook Hand: Austin has one in "Pirate Treasure".
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Shrug Take
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Shrug Take: Mr. Spiffy's (Pablo) reaction to the Wormans in "What's Bugging You?"
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Big
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Big "NO!": Oh yeah. Bad bot Tasha does this in "Cops and Robots", when Uniqua flips Pablo's back switch, which turns him into a good Bot. Also Pablo in "Blazing Paddles" and Tyrone in "Who Goes There?", "The Magic Skateboard" when the eponymous Magic Skateboard falls down the hill and "Monster Detectives" when Uniqua is about to be turned into a soccer monster.
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Mummy
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Mummy: Tyrone in "Scared of You".
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Mad Scientist Laboratory
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Mad Scientist Laboratory: In "Scared of You", complete with cool-looking lab equipment.
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Kangaroos Represent Australia
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Kangaroos Represent Australia: Austin.
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Helping Granny Cross the Street
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Helping Granny Cross the Street: In the "I Feel Good" song from "Cops and Robots," the formerly Bad Bot sings about this being one of the things he wants to do now that he's a Good Bot.
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Nice Hat
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Nice Hat: Pablo's got a nice propeller beanie. In some their imaginary adventures, the characters wear pretty cool hats as well.
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Ghost Pirate
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Ghost Pirate: Tasha as Captain Redboots in "Pirate Camp".
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Insane Troll Logic
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Insane Troll Logic: Standard and unapologetic — this being a show based around little kids playing pretend, after all. From "To the Center of the Earth":
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Establishing Shot
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Establishing Shot: Every episode begins with an overhead shot of the kids' backyard.
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Shout-Out
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Shout-Out: Honorable mentions go to some BioShock shout-outs in "To the Center of the Earth", and "Flower Power" which could be briefly described as "Cure Blossom fights Doctor Facilier". The music in "The Heart of the Jungle" imitated the Gilbert and Sullivan operas. There's even a song to the tune of "I'm Called Little Buttercup". Similarly, "Catch that Butterfly" parodies Rossini operas, and features a song to the tune of "The Barber of Seville" overture. Some of the things the characters do in "Scared of You" recall Scooby-Doo. In "Break Out", Princess Tasha has Princess Leia's iconic hairstyle.
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Bait-and-Switch Credits
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Bait-and-Switch Credits: Each season's opening teases a handful of episodes, but in the first season, the characters featured in each case don't always match up with the episodes themselves. note  For the specifics, Tasha wears pirate gear despite being absent from "Pirate Treasure", and Austin wears cowboy gear despite being absent from "Riding The Range" (it could be teasing "Polka Palace Party", but if so, why is Tasha there?). The last bit, teasing "The Heart of the Jungle", had all the correct characters. The third-season intro features a teaser for "Blazing Paddles" in which Uniqua and Pablo both wear sheriff badges. In the actual episode, there was only one badge, which Pablo stole from Uniqua halfway through the episode and returned at the end.
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Get a Hold of Yourself, Man!
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Get A Hold Of Yourself Man: Whenever Pablo has a panic attack — which was almost once an episode in the first season; much less often in the following three — one of his friends has to calm him down by calling "Pablo...Pablo?...PABLO!"
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Spin-Off Babies
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Spinoff Babies: An international merchandise line known as "Backyardigans Baby", or less commonly, "Backyardibabies", featured the characters as infants.
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Spin to Deflect Stuff
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Spin to Deflect Stuff: Uniqua does this in "Blazing Paddles" during the song "I Must Be Ready".
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Series Continuity Error
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Series Continuity Error: A major plot point in the season three episode "Caveman's Best Friend" is that no one except Austin at the end is able to whistle. Even though Uniqua and Pablo can whistle just fine in the season two episode "Horsing Around", as can Tyrone in "Special Delivery". note  Tasha whistling in "Save the Day" doesn't count because she was absent from "Caveman's Best Friend".
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Theme Tune Roll Call
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Theme Tune Roll Call: "Hi, I'm Pablo!" "My name's Tyrone!" "I'm Uniqua!" "I'm Tasha!" "And my name's Austin!" "And we're...your backyard friends, the Backyardigans!"
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EverythingsBetterWithSpinning
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Everything's Better with Spinning: Some of the choreography could definitely count as this. The Backyardigans (particularly Uniqua) are constantly twirling.
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Maybe Magic, Maybe Mundane
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Maybe Magic, Maybe Mundane: it's not clear whether the reality of the characters live in is fantastic or not, as in some episodes, supporting characters appear both inside the Backyardigans' fantasies and out, especially the Gilded Golden Butterfly.
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Introdump
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Introdump: During the opening song. "Hi, I'm Pablo." "My name's Tyrone..." And so on and so forth.
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Iris Out
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Iris Out
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Spooky Painting
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Spooky Painting: Spoofed with Pablo in "It's Great to be a Ghost".
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Temple of Doom
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Temple of Doom: Several in "Chichen-Itza Pizza".
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Bottomless Pits
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Bottomless Pits: In "Fly Girl".
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The One Who Wears Shoes
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The One Who Wears Shoes: Tasha is always wearing shoes of some kind, usually her red Maryjanes. The other characters don't wear shoes at all until they get a costume change in the fantasy, and even then they sometimes don't have them.
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Take Your Time
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Take Your Time: In "Sinbad Sails Alone", Tyrone's ship is about to literally fall off the edge of the world within a couple of seconds. Tyrone has gotten his foot caught on a rope, making Pablo their only hope. Pablo just has to turn the wheel which drops the anchor of the ship, but it takes a very long time for him to do this. It seemed like every time the camera cut to show how close the ship was to falling, the ship always seemed be at the same distance, even though it was moving.
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Every Episode Ending
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Every Episode Ending: Episodes generally end with the Backyardigans singing the end song and rushing into one of their homes for a snack. One of them then shouts a catchphrase heard throughout.
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The Napoleon
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The Napoleon: In "Who Goes There?", Pablo (the shortest of the five), plays a Napoleon-esque statue.
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GoshDangItToHeck
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Gosh Dang It to Heck!: During the song "Fill It Up With Ice", from "The Secret of Snow", one of Tasha's lines is "What the heck's the matter?" Also in their cover of the Black Eyed Peas song "I Gotta Feeling", the line "Like oh my God" is changed to "Like oh my gosh".
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Animals Not to Scale
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Animals Not to Scale: Apparently a penguin, a moose, a hippo, and a kangaroo are very close in height.
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Fair-Play Whodunnit
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Fair-Play Whodunnit (Or Reverse Whodunnit if you prefer): The "Whodunit?" episode, naturally.
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Enthralling Siren
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Enthralling Siren: In "Sinbad Sails Alone", Tyrone and Pablo encounter Siren Uniqua, who makes them play "Siren Says" in order to get water from her island.
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Treasure Map
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Treasure Map: In "Pirate Treasure", naturally.
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Spin Attack
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Spin Attack: Pablo's "Bandit Slam It" move in "Blazing Paddles".
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Canada, Eh?
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Canada, Eh?: Tyrone, the moose character. Indicated during "Secret Mission" , in which he carries around a bottle of Spy Maple Syrup with an unmistakeable little red maple leaf on the label. Also, in "Race to the Tower of Power", the tower looks remarkably like the CN Tower, a famous landmark in Toronto. In "The Masked Retriever", Uniqua mentions Lake Erie.
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The Simple Gesture Wins
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The Simple Gesture Wins: In the episode "Legend of the Volcano Sisters", the boys have to find out what the titular Volcano Sisters, portrayed by Uniqua and Tasha, want in order to prevent them from having the island's volcano erupt. After two unsuccessful grand gestures by Tyrone and Pablo, Austin comes up with the idea of giving them flowers as a way of inviting them to take part in the luau, and it's this gesture that manages to win them over.
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Unlimited Wardrobe
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Unlimited Wardrobe: Although it could be argued that their fantasy wardrobes are purely imaginary...
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Hypocrite
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Hypocrite: Tyrone shows shades of this in "The Great Dolphin Race". He says that Uniqua cannot enter her tiny dolphin into a race because the dolphin is too small. This is the same guy who entered a donkey into a horse race in the earlier episode "Horsing Around". "The Yeti": Tasha spends the episode trying to convince Tyrone and Uniqua that there's no such thing as a yeti. Guess who's the first to scream when they find the titular monster?
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JumpTheShark
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Jump the Shark:invoked Spoofed in "Save the Day" when Tyrone jumps over a sea of sharks on a jet ski to save Tasha.
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Highly Visible Ninja
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Highly Visible Ninja: A running gag in "Samurai Pie", wherein Pablo keeps losing his balance, eventually falling on a pie tin and giving himself and Uniqua away.
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To the Tune of
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To the Tune of: Often, songs are set to tune of other well known songs, though this is mostly exclusive to Season One. What Do You Do With A Scurvy Pirate? is actually a filk of a classic sea shanty called Drunken Sailornote Sadly, this song is not well known outside of North America and parts of Europe. When the episode was exported, it resulted in many viewers not from the mentioned regions associating the tune with The Backyardigans instead of the original. "When I'm Booin'" from "It's Great to Be a Ghost!" is sung to the tune of Judy Garland's "When You're Smiling". "Please and Thank You" from "The Key to the Nile" is sung to the tune of Ruth Etting's "Shine on Harvest Moon". "I'll Catch a Whopper" from "Save the Day" is sung to the tune of "Pop Goes the Weasel". "Don't Flip Out" from "The Flipper" is sung to the tune of "I Want Candy".
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Unusual Euphemism
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Unusual Euphemism: In "The Great Dolphin Race", the characters exclaim "Jumping jellyfish!", "Leaping lobsters!" and "Holy cowfish!". During "International Super Spy", the Lady in Pink (Uniqua) uses "Oh, for evil's sake!". There's also the episode title "For the Love of Socks!".
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Our Dragons Are Different
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Our Dragons Are Different: Dragon himself.
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Rotating Protagonist
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Rotating Protagonist: All five characters get turns being the lead. In fact, the spotlight bounces around so much that it's not clear who the main protagonist is. (Word of God says it's Uniqua.)
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Musicalis Interruptus
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Musicalis Interruptus: In "Super Team Awesome!", Tyrone halts the second song when a boulder comes dangerously close to plugging Old Gushie. In "Pirate Treasure," Pablo can't finish his verse in "Falling off a Log," because he almost does just that. Tasha abruptly ends her song in "Match on Mount Olympus" when Tyrone asks her to play basketball with him and Pablo.
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Screw This, I'm Outta Here!
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Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: While on a pizza delivery in "Chichen-Itza Pizza," Tasha decides to quit the job after several Temple of Doom disasters, though she does so in true Backyardigans style - with a flashy college fight song.
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Cute Monster Girl
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Cute Monster Girl: Uniqua in "Monster Detectives" and "Scared of You", although the latter instance fits the trope better, as she is a werewolf in that case.
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The Cavalry
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The Cavalry: Austin in "International Super Spy".
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Smurfing
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Smurfing: Almost everything on Mars is "Boinga". In case you hadn't heard.
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Action Girl
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Action Girl: You should have seen Uniqua in "Blazing Paddles" and Tasha in "The Two Musketeers".
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Did I Just Say That Out Loud?
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Did I Just Say That Out Loud?: In "The Two Musketeers", Austin the palace guard makes no secret of his admiration for the Musketeers.
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Amazing Technicolor Wildlife
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Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: OK, Tyrone (orange moose) and Pablo (blue penguin) get a pass, and Uniqua's a special case, but what's up with Austin (purple kangaroo) and Tasha (yellow hippo)?
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The Good King
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The Good King: Austin in "Knights are Brave and Strong" and "High Tea", Tyrone in "Movers of Arabia", Chichen-Itza Pizza", and "Catch That Train", and Pablo in "Tale of the Mighty Knights".
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Magic Misfire
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Magic Misfire: Quite a few in "A Giant Problem", caused by inept court wizards Pablo and Tyrone.
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Red Herring
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Red Herring: In "Whodunit?", Austin leaves the manor saying that he has to go "feed his cat", looking very guilty indeed.
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The Big Bad Wolf
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The Big Bad Wolf: Austin in "Escape from Fairytale Village" and the French dub of "The Funnyman Boogeyman".
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Our Giants Are Bigger
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Our Giants Are Bigger: In "A Giant Problem", and "Escape from Fairytale Village".
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The Unmasking
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The Unmasking: Tasha in "Front Page News" does this.
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Decoy Protagonist
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Decoy Protagonist: Pablo in "Dragon Express". At the beginning, he tells the audience that he is starting a new job as a dragon-riding delivery guy, and the audience thinks the episode will be about Pablo's problems with his new job. However, the bulk of the episode is about Austin aspiring to be as good a dragon rider as Pablo.
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Historical In-Joke
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Historical In-Joke: There are a surprising number of them. The art in "Who Goes There?" and Tyrone's combed hair in "To the Center of the Earth" are just a few examples. At one point, Empress Tasha even says "Let us eat cake."
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Fluffy Cloud Heaven
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Fluffy Cloud Heaven: In "Match on Mt. Olympus".
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Law of Alien Names
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Law of Alien Names: The Zorbidorians in "Ranch Hands from Outer Space" seem to be very obsessed with the letter Z. Not only are Uniqua and Pablo named Zuniqua and Zablo, they refer to pancakes as zum-zums.
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Fantasy Kitchen Sink
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Fantasy Kitchen Sink: "Escape from Fairytale Village". Witch living in a gingerbread house? Check! Wolf? Check! Beanstalk with a giant! Check! "Scared of You". Mad scientists, mummies, wolves, and vampires are all in play here. "Tale of the Mighty Knights". Knights serving a king fighting a goblin and a fairy.
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Dub Name Change
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Dub Name Change: Most dubs keep the name "Backyardigans", or at least some variation of that. However, in the French dub, they're called the "Mèlodilous" (Melodious Ones).
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Bag of Holding
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Bag of Holding: Ohhh boy. The ultimate example would probably be Uniqua and Pablo's trunk in "To the Center of the Earth", which could hold several inventions, a telescope, a hammer, a thermos, a lasso, a ladder, a bucket, a net, an umbrella, a sponge mop, a hat stand, a lamp, a rake, poles, skiis, a feather duster, a bike horn, wooden spoons, a large tuba, string, marshmallows, a spring, helium-filled balloons... do I need to go on? They brought a ridiculous amount of random, unnecessary supplies (seriously, bath soap?) to Mars in an ridiculously small box in "Mission to Mars".
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Everything Is Big in Texas
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Everything Is Big in Texas: Cowboy Tyrone is on his way to Texas for a hoedown in "Riding the Range".
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Turncoat
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Turncoat: Austin in "The Secret of Snow" may count.
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Art Evolution
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Art Evolution: The character designs were retooled a bit for the second season to up the cuteness level, especially for Tasha and Austin. The fourth season transitions to HD.
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Odd Job Gods
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Odd Job Gods: In "Match on Mt.Olympus", Austin is the god of laughter, and Uniqua is the goddess of naps. Laugh with Me!:
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Disaster Dominoes
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Disaster Dominoes: A staple. In "Fly Girl", Uniqua knocks over several pillars; in "Who Goes There?", several mummy sarcophaguses land on each other; in "To the Center of the Earth", large pillar-like diamonds are knocked over, and in "The Flipper!", several pillar-like rocks are knocked over. Bookshelf Dominoes: In "Attack of the 50 Foot Worman", much to Groundskeeper Tyrone's dismay.
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Expy
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Expy: If Hippo traded all his clothes for just a propeller hat and bowtie, he would pretty much look like Pablo. "Escape From Fairytale Village"'s eponymous village is almost identical to Storybrook Village, right down to being described as "where fairytale folk live!".
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Gasp!
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Gasp!: A Running Gag in "Blazing Paddles".
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Insistent Terminology
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Insistent Terminology: This line from "Knights are Brave and Strong": "The Yeti": The igloo isn't beautiful, it's be-yuuuuuuutiful!
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Riddle of the Sphinx
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Riddle of the Sphinx: In "The Secret of the Nile", Tasha has to give Sphinx Uniqua three gifts before Uniqua will tell her the secret of the Nile. Turns out it's just saying please and thank you.
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Mr. Imagination
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Mr. Imagination: All five Backyardigans.
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The Load
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The Load: Pablo for most of "Sinbad Sails Alone".
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Humongous Mecha
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Humongous Mecha: The Giant Robot in his first appearance. However, later episodes reveal that he is an average-sized wind-up toy belonging to Uniqua.
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All Animals Are Dogs
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All Animals Are Dogs: The giant clam and Boy the dinosaur act like dogs.
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Plot Tailored to the Party
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Plot Tailored to the Party: In "For the Love of Socks", every worker gets their moment to shine. It's easy to tell because their turns come in exactly the same order as they do in the assembly line. Except for Foreman Tasha; despite being at the beginning of the line, her moment's at the very end.
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Aside Glance
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In "Castaways", when the group of castaways finally find Austin, who has been secretly helping them the whole time, Tyrone and Pablo ask Austin if any of the "mysterious stuff" on the island has been happening to him, too. This is lampshaded by Uniqua turning to look straight at the camera and then shrugging her shoulders before pointing out Austin did it all.
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Bookcase Passage
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Bookcase Passage: In "It's Great to be a Ghost", "Whodunit?", and "The Masked Retriever".
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Gratuitous Russian
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Gratuitous Russian: In "Catch That Train".
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Gratuitous Disco Sequence
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Gratuitous Disco Sequence: The music genre in "The Quest for the Flying Rock".
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Shrinking Violet
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Shrinking Violet: Austin at first. He opens up later.
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Sequel Episode
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Sequel Episode: "Tale of the Not-So-Nice Dragon" is one for the two "Tale of the Mighty Knights" episodes from season three.
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Bo Diddley Beat
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Bo Diddley Beat: "The Flipper!" has this as its music genre, with the first song set to the tune of "Bo Diddley".
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Take Over the World
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Take Over the World: Several episodes have characters wanting this, in particular "Race to the Tower of Power".
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Fee Fi Faux Pas
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Fee Fi Faux Pas: Austin in "Samurai Pie", when he mentions The Great Pie in front of the Empress.
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Wall Crawl
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Wall Crawl: Pablo's vacuum shoes in "To the Center of the Earth".
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No Seat Belts
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No Seat Belts: Both space cars in "Cops and Robots", though usually the show is very careful not to do this.
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Atlantis
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Atlantis: The setting of "The Great Dolphin Race".
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Curiosity Is a Crapshoot
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Curiosity Is a Crapshoot: Uniqua opening the box in "Movers of Arabia".
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Blow You Away
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Blow You Away: Pirate Pablo has wind powers in "Super Team Awesome!".
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Princesses Rule
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Princesses Rule: "The Key to the Nile" has Tasha being called a "princess" despite appearing to be the ruler of ancient Egypt.
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Wall Jump
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Wall Jump: Uniqua is able to do this with two trees in "Samurai Pie".
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All Bikers Are Hells Angels
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All Bikers Are Hells Angels: Subverted to hell and back with "Special Delivery" and its "Do-Gooders".
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A Dog Named
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A Dog Named "Dog": Uniqua's species is actually called the uniqua. Who knew?
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Mundane Utility
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Mundane Utility: during the song I get whatever I want from Robot Rampage, Pablo sings that he plans to have the robots in his command bring him stuff and then do the dishes.
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Impossible Thief
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Impossible Thief: Austin the "Grabbin' Goblin", in "The Tale of the Mighty Knights", was able to grab Uniqua and Tyrone's helmets, shields, and finally flashlights...while they were still using them!
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Decomposite Character
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"The Heart of the Jungle": Tyrone, Pablo, and Austin are the three Tarzans, and Uniqua is a jungle explorer.
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 The Backyardigans / int_f1007689
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"I Am Becoming" Song: If there's Character Development in an episode, there will likely be a song about it.
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Absentee Actor
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Absentee Actor: Pablo doesn't appear in "Chichen-Itza Pizza". Tyrone is absent for "Ranch Hands from Outer Space", "Pirate Camp", "Dragon Express", "The Funnyman Boogeyman", and "The Flipper!".
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Inspector Javert
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Inspector Javert: Inspector Austin of the Paris Police in "Le Master of Disguise".
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Great Detective
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Great Detective: Pablo in "Whodunit?".
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Evil Plan
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Evil Plan: In "International Super Spy", "Robot Rampage", and "Cops and Robots".
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Would Hit a Girl
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Would Hit a Girl: In "The Snow Fort", Pablo and Tyrone have no qualms against using booby traps on Uniqua and Tasha.
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Ceiling Cling
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Ceiling Cling: Austin can walk on the ceiling in "Tale of the Mighty Knights". Also Tasha and Pablo in "Cops and Robots".
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Human Aliens
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Human Aliens: Most episodes that take place in outer space have the kids playing characters who live in space but look exactly like them: "Cops and Robots", "Garbage Trek", "Ranch Hands from Outer Space", "Los Galacticos", "Pablor and the Acorns", and "The Big Dipper Diner". Played with, as they are Funny Animals, not humans.
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Never Say
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Never Say "Die": Although they kids have been close to danger, the word has never yet been used. This is extremely noticeable in "Escape from Fairytale Village", when Tyrone thinks Pablo (as a giant) is going to "do the scary stuff that fairytale characters do". Finally averted in "The Funnyman Boogeyman", in which Austin says he has jokes that will "knock [Pablo and Uniqua] dead".
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Da Editor
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Da Editor: Pablo in "Front Page News".
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Storybook Episode
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Storybook Episode: "Knights are Brave and Strong", "A Giant Problem", "Tale of the Mighty Knights", and "Escape from Fairytale Village".
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Youngest Child Wins
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Youngest Child Wins: In "The Legend of the Volcano Sisters", Austin the third Luau Brother succeeds after his other siblings each failed.
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Three Plus Two
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Three Plus Two: Almost inevitable, due to there being five characters. "Knights Are Brave and Strong" has three commoners who become knights (Uniqua, Pablo, and Tyrone) and two rulers (Tasha and Austin). "Cave Party" has three valley cavepeople (Uniqua, Pablo, and Tyrone) and two mountain cavepeople (Tasha and Austin). "Mission to Mars" has three astronauts (Uniqua, Pablo, and Austin) and two members of Mission Control (Tyrone and Tasha). "Scared of You" has three monsters (Uniqua, Pablo, and Tyrone) and two laboratory workers (Tasha and Austin). "Whodunit" has three residents of Mystery Manor (Tyrone, Tasha, and Austin) and two detectives (Uniqua and Pablo). "The Legend of the Volcano Sisters" has three Luau Brothers (Pablo, Tyrone, and Austin) and two Volcano Sisters (Uniqua and Tasha). "The Secret of Snow" has three characters who want to see snow (Uniqua, Pablo, and Tyrone) and two ice factory workers (Tasha and Austin). "International Super Spy" has three heroes (Pablo, Tasha, and Austin) and two villains (Uniqua and Tyrone). "News Flash" has three news reporters (Uniqua, Tasha, and Austin) and two farmers (Pablo and Tyrone). "Who Goes There?" has three pieces of art (Uniqua, Pablo, and Austin) and two museum workers (Tyrone and Tasha). "Garbage Trek" has three garbage collectors (Uniqua, Tasha, and Austin) and two Moose-ians (Pablo and Tyrone). "Match on Mount Olympus" has three gods (Uniqua, Tasha, and Austin) and two mortals (Pablo and Tyrone). "The Action Elves Save Christmas Eve" has three elves (Uniqua, Pablo, and Tasha) and two abominable snowmen (Tyrone and Austin). "Los Galacticos" has three mariachi musicians (Pablo, Tyrone, and Tasha) and two Googors (Uniqua and Austin). "Pablor and the Acorns" has three Acorn scouts (Tyrone, Tasha, and Austin) and two space dictators (Uniqua and Pablo).
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GreenLanternRing
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Green Lantern Ring: In "Flower Power", Flower Girl's titular powers seem to drift into this territory at times. At one point, she makes a cage out of flowers. Possibly a necessary evil, though, as otherwise her powers would probably wind up in heart territory.
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Ten Paces and Turn
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Ten Paces and Turn: Tasha, Uniqua, and Austin used this as a visual joke in "The Two Musketeers", when they are having, mind you, a politeness duel.
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Primary-Color Champion
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Primary-Color Champion/Secondary Color Nemesis: Played straight in "The Great Dolphin Race" where Uniqua, who is pink which is a shade of red, is the hero, and orange Tyrone is the villain, "Robin Hood the Clean" where blue Pablo is the hero and purple Austin is the villain, and "The Masked Retriever" and "Flower Power" where Uniqua is the hero and Austin is the villain. Inverted in "Le Master of Disguise" and "Robot Rampage", where Austin is the hero and Pablo is the villain, and "Pablor and the Acorns", where Uniqua and Pablo have an Evil vs. Evil rivalry.
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Medieval European Fantasy
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Medieval European Fantasy: In "Knights Are Brave and Strong" and "Tale of the Mighty Knights".
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Our Werewolves Are Different
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Our Werewolves Are Different: Uniqua in "Scared Of You".
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Birthday Episode
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Birthday Episode: "Scared of You" is this for Austin.
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EverythingsEvenWorseWithSharks
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Everything's Even Worse with Sharks: The sharks in "Save the Day".
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Cuffs Off, Rub Wrists
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Cuffs Off, Rub Wrists: Tyrone and Pablo in "The Two Musketeers".
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Running Gag
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Running Gag: Pablo's panic attacks.
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Split-Screen Phone Call
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Split-Screen Phone Call: Uniqua and Tyrone have this in "Movers of Arabia".
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Rhymes on a Dime: Austin as the Greek poet Austicles in "Who Goes There?".
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With Friends Like These...: In the episode "It's Great to Be a Ghost!", Pablo and Uniqua force off Tyrone into being a ghost, when he tries to tell them that he is too nervous about the whole "ghost" thing, and just wants to play off something else. But Pablo and Uniqua WANT Tyrone to play ghosts with them, and apparently, throughout the whole episode, they want Tyrone to scare somebody. But Tyrone's too nervous and he wants to be friendly. Pablo and Uniqua, not knowing that Tyrone doesn't wanna play ghosts with them, force him out there anyway, in a Bedsheet Ghost-esque style upstairs in the haunted house. Poor Tyrone....
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The first villain was mermaid Tasha in "Viking Voyage". Unlike most other villains, she is not hammy nor does she pull a Heel–Face Turn.
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