Talk:Sneaky Lying Cheating Giant Ninja Koopas
I know article talk pages aren't forums about the article's subject here or on Wikipedia. When people ask "Nothing to do with...", they're probably asking whether there exists a connection, or a refutation of a connection, that is notable enough to be included in the article. --Tepples 08:29, 16 June 2008 (EDT)
If you watched the episode, you'd realize the "Sneaky Lying Cheating Giant Ninja Koopas" are actually four of the Koopalings transformed by Bowser's wand. The Koopa Bros. from Paper Mario came AFTERWARDS. My Bloody Valentine
- Coincidence. Ninja Turtles are popular, and Koopas are turtles anyway, so a parody would pop up sooner or later. Also, the American cartoons weren't shown in Japan (as far as I can tell), so the Japanese probably wouldn't know that SLCGNK had been made. -- Booster
Why did my edit get reverted? The eyelid color is significant, but genuine mistakes (for example what the wands actually DO) are not? I seriously don't get that. MC Dirty 00:09, 29 July 2010 (UTC)
- If you say so... But if that's the case, shouldn't the decision which trivia info can stay there be based on significance? I agree with you that writing down every single color mistake is a bit much, but why for example doesn't Hugo become a Ninja like every other character who got transformed by the wand? I can't really see how hair or eyelid color is any more relevant. MC Dirty 00:14, 29 July 2010 (UTC)
Okay, I don't know if it's like this for all the other Mario cartoon episode articles, but why the heck does the article say Bowser? I know he's not called King Koopa in any other media, but for consistency's sake, it should say King Koopa because that's what he goes by in the cartoons. It's not like the article should be saying the Koopaling's real names either.--UM3000
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