What did you notice on a Re-Watch?

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Forgive the double post, but I’ve been rewatching Courage the Cowardly Dog lately and I’ve noticed just how much reused dialogue the show has. It’s like the exact same sound byte of Muriel going “oh my” once an episode.
 

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Speaking of dialogue, how weird was it that Courage stopped talking? He used have asides to the audience, but they phased them out.
 

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In the "Cape Fear" episode of The Simpsons, when Homer says "oh no, everybody come quick!" not only do the whole family run into the hallway, a little mouse runs out of its mousehole too.

Speaking of dialogue, how weird was it that Courage stopped talking? He used have asides to the audience, but they phased them out.

My memory was that Courage didn't talk (or barely talked) in the original What a Cartoon shorts, and then did in the first season. At the time I had loved the original shorts (or was their just one) and found what I saw of the first season a little disappointing.
 

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Speaking of dialogue, how weird was it that Courage stopped talking? He used have asides to the audience, but they phased them out.
He always said the same things anyway. I liked it more when he talked less.

I also noticed that the animation looked better every season. Season 4's backgrounds were so colourful and nice.
 

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Upon rewatching Kids Next Door, I realize how often they are clearly saying “number” instead of “Numbuh”. It makes me feel good, because I know I slip up a lot when talking about the show IRL.
 

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Upon rewatching Kids Next Door, I realize how often they are clearly saying “number” instead of “Numbuh”. It makes me feel good, because I know I slip up a lot when talking about the show IRL.
I noticed online that they write "numme" instead of "nummer" in Dutch (so no R, this sounds like how children speak), but I never realized this as a child. Is this really how they said it? I have no idea.

But then again, I had to follow speech therapy to pronounce the R correctly. (I had an American arrrrrrrrrrr)
 

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The Drama teacher in Cow and Chicken’s episode “The Ugliest Weenie”, has his clothes change color in every shot.


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