The Loop (TV)
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- Complete Monster: Tublat. From capturing the family, to enslaving another, to attempting to murder Tarzan several times...
- Don't forget Queen La, either, who enslaved several Jaguars and was implied to be a Black Widow.
- Harsher in Hindsight: "The Trading Post". Tarzan must find the rhinos a new home when the trading post drives them into gorilla territory. The conflict is solved but with a Bittersweet Ending:
Kala: But with more and more people coming to the jungle, I can't help but wonder..
- Ten years later, the Western Black Rhino went extinct
- Hilarious in Hindsight: Queen La's interactions with Tarzan as well as her motives for her villainy make her a more unsympathetic expy of Cia from Hyrule Warriors. Bear in mind the episode she debuted in aired almost 13 years before the latter game was released.
- Evil Is Sexy: Queen La, most definately.
- Unintentionally Sympathetic: Several characters.
- Dania from "Tarzan and the Rift". In that episode, Tantor gets the chance to ask Dania out on a date, but the evening gets ruined by Terk showing up, making noise with household items, and being oblivious to the other characters' feelings. At that point, Dania being alienated by Terk is justifiable. To make matters worse, this is all just a big misunderstanding. The whole conflict could've been avoided if Terk had just apologized to Dania for making such a bad first impression, or at least done something nice to make up for it. But instead, the episode acts like Terk's actions were automatically forgivable. The episode never acknowledges the misunderstanding and expects us to dislike Dania for believing that Tantor should stop hanging around with Terk, despite the fact that her belief is based on Terk making a bad first impression and doing nothing to make up for it.
- Philander at the end of "Tarzan and the Missing Link". This is mostly because of all the protagonists taking a level in jerkass by being unnecessarily harsh to Philander. Also, Philander only brought those two men to Africa because they were threatening his life. Porter should've at least been respectful while rejecting Philander's offer at the end.
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