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"Don't be a fool, smoking isn't cool!"

- Sonic on Smoking

Sonic says

This occurs at the end of every episode.

PremiseEdit

Sonic Sez (Or Sonic Says) was a small 30 second segment which played at the end of every episode of Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog. It acted as a PSA for all children watching. It talked about various moral dilemmas such as calling 911, smoking, grafitti and even some more peculiar issues like climbing into a dryer.

The first Sonic Sez (Used in the unaired pilot episode) involved Tails crossing a road without looking and almost getting run over until he's saved by Sonic, the message obviously being don't cross the road without looking both ways first. 

Several Sonic says Shorts were edited on YouTube.

Notable Sonic SezEdit

The most well known Sonic Sez came from the Episode "Lovesick Sonic" where Sonic discussed sexual Harassment.

"Kids, there's nothing more cool than being hugged by someone you like, but if someone tries to touch you in a place or in a way that makes you feel uncomfortable, that's no good! It's your body! No one has the right to touch you if you don't want them to! So what do you do? First, you say no, then you get outta there! Most important, you gotta tell someone you trust, like your parents, your teacher or a police officer."

- Sonic on Sexual Harassment

Sonic Sez was referenced to in the Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog review by the Nostalgia critic, but this specific one was used in his Pagemaster Review whilst talking about Christopher Lloyd as the weird librarian.

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