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My Life as a Teenage Robot - Tucker Can't Go Through Solid Glass. Or Can He?
In the episode "Doom with a View", when Brad and Tuck are left alone with the pieces of the robot, Tuck accidentally falls into the piece of the body, and land's in front of a window, which has the solid piece of glass still intact. (You can easily tell because you can see light reflecting off it.) It then cuts to Brad who notices Tuck and says something like, "That's a great idea. We'll build a fort using the pieces of the robot." In the next scene though, you Brad climbing out of the window...but the window isn't open, and the glass is still intact! For all we know Tuck has some sort of magically power that lets him go through solid glass. The thing is, he gets stuck inside the body again in the episode, and in an attempt to get out, he pounds on the glass window. Why didn't he just use his power again?
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Boneho Chane on 08-06-2004
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Boneho Chane writes:
Yeah, I'm aware he doesn't have any powers. I was joking. It's just a huge animation slipup.
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Zelda writes:
You also sliped up. You said that you see Brad climbing out of the robot, when it was Tuck, as you said before. Brad was somewhere else at that moment. Thought I'd let you know.
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Daft Punk writes:
WARNING: Big animation slip-up! He didn't have any "powers", it wasjust an animation thing. I'll get back to you on that though if i see the episode again.
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