History Characters / Franklin

7th May '17 5:57:05 PM JMQwilleran
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* RhymesOnADime: In his role as Giggler in the Super Cluepers on ''Franklin and Friends'', he has a tendency to recap where things are at in the mystery-solving in rhymes.
7th May '17 5:43:02 PM JMQwilleran
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Skunk lives with her parents and her rarely-seen little sister. She is generally somewhat soft-spoken and seems to get along well with everyone. She sometimes hangs out with the other girls Badger, Beaver and Goose, but often spends time on her own. Her father runs the local ice-cream shop.

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Skunk lives with her parents and her rarely-seen little sister. She is generally somewhat soft-spoken and seems to get along well with everyone. She sometimes hangs out with the other girls Badger, Beaver and Goose, but often spends time on her own. Her father runs the local ice-cream shop.
shop. In ''Franklin and Friends'', Skunk appears only towards the very end of the series. In this series, her parents are traveling musicians and because of this, she is home-schooled.
6th May '17 7:50:19 PM JMQwilleran
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* StockAnimalDiet: He is seen in one episode of the original ''Franklin'' bringing a bottle of carrot juice to school and in ''Franklin and Friends'' snacking from a bag of carrot chips.
5th May '17 7:47:21 PM JMQwilleran
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* FriendToBugs: In ''Franklin and Friends'', he is both interested in and fond of insects to the point that they are one of the very few things that will cause him to stop paying attention to Franklin.
-->'''Bear''': Centipede! I've always wanted to meet you. Sweet!
-->'''Franklin''': Bear, what are you doing?
29th Apr '17 9:31:26 AM JMQwilleran
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* BadBadActing: In "Franklin Plays Hoppity Bop" from ''Franklin and Friends'', Franklin and his friends miss shots on purpose in order to try make the game fun for Bear, who is bad at it. Rabbit, however, is very bad at pretending that he's bad at the game. Somehow, Bear doesn't notice his obvious acting.
-->'''Rabbit''': (''stilted'') Oh dear! How could I miss the ball?! Clumsy old me, Bear.
-->'''Franklin''': Oh brother. That's enough, Rabbit.
16th Apr '17 8:48:00 AM JMQwilleran
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* BabyTalk: Earlier episodes and specials have Harriet talk like that, however she does grow out of it when the spinoff ''Franklin and Friends'' rolls around. Beaver also speaks in baby talk to both her pet hamster Henry (or "Chubby Cheeks, yes, he is a widdle Chubby Cheeks...") on ''Franklin'' and to the gecko Gordon on ''Franklin and Friends''.

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* BabyTalk: Earlier episodes and specials have Harriet talk like that, however she does grow out of it when the spinoff ''Franklin and Friends'' rolls around. Beaver also speaks in baby talk to both her pet hamster Henry (or "Chubby Cheeks, yes, he is a widdle Chubby Cheeks...") on ''Franklin'' and to the gecko Gordon on ''Franklin and Friends''.
16th Apr '17 8:46:13 AM JMQwilleran
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* TrademarkFavoriteFood: In the original series, his favorite food was blueberries. And in the ''Franklin and Friends'' series, in which, honey and blueberry jam sandwiches are his favorite.

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* TrademarkFavoriteFood: In the original series, his favorite food was blueberries. And in the ''Franklin and Friends'' series, in which, honey and blueberry jam sandwiches are his favorite. Also cookies. At one point in ''Franklin and Friends'', he refers to himself as a "cookievore."
16th Apr '17 8:45:32 AM JMQwilleran
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* ExtremeDoormat: Bear is very passive and submissive towards Franklin and even goes as far as ''defending Franklin for his wrongdoings.'' Sometimes he lets Franklin walk all over him by blaming himself instead of Franklin and allowing Franklin to bend the rules such as when Bear was a junior police officer in "Franklin Needs A Reminder", he gave reminders (tickets) out to everyone that broke the rules except for Franklin.

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* ExtremeDoormat: Bear is very passive and submissive towards Franklin and even goes as far as ''defending Franklin for his wrongdoings.'' Sometimes he lets Franklin walk all over him by blaming himself instead of Franklin and allowing Franklin to bend the rules such as when Bear was a junior police officer in "Franklin Needs A Reminder", he gave reminders (tickets) out to everyone that broke the rules except for Franklin. Though, in fairness, it's not like he didn't try like the dickens, it's just that Franklin simply wouldn't let him. Even the other characters acknowledge this.
16th Apr '17 8:43:33 AM JMQwilleran
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* PurityPersonified: Kind, noble, honest, optimistic, and pure of heart, he definitely stands above the others and even Franklin.

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* PurityPersonified: Kind, noble, honest, optimistic, and pure of heart, he definitely stands above the others and even Franklin. For example, in "Franklin's Ups and Downs," the group starts required a password rhyme to come into the treefort. When he can't remember it, he insists that he won't come in until he can because it's the rule, even though Beaver was prepared to accept him as Franklin's guest.
1st Feb '17 6:41:28 PM themisterfree
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* DoItYourselfPlumbingProject: Despite Mr. Turtle's prowess at fixing things, he seemingly has some difficulty handling plumbing, be it a hose, or a faucet that needs to stop leaking; and expresses some annoyance when he just can't properly fix them.



* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Despite Mr. Turtle's prowess at fixing things, he seemingly has some difficulty handling plumbing, be it a hose, or a faucet that needs to stop leaking; and expresses some annoyance when he just can't properly fix them.
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