History Characters / USAcres

8th Sep '17 6:35:01 PM Psi001
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* TheAllegedBoss: Given how much abuse he takes from the other animals, it's easy to think his seniority doesn't go beyond being TeamMom. But a couple of times in the cartoon, he has reached breaking point and reminded them, he's in charge, and if they go too far, he can kick them out.



* AdaptationalHeroism: Sort of. Roy's still a loudmouthed {{Troll}} in ''Garfield and Friends'', but the stories are longer and morals are more prevalent, so a nicer side of him does show at times.



* BullyingTheDragon: Sometimes earns harsh retribution for trolling Lanolin. He's also heckled Orson enough break his TheAllegedBoss routine and get threatened with unemployment.



* {{Flanderization}}: In the comics, his appearances of early 1986 had him with a much more mellowed down {{Jerkass}} tendency and his prankster aspect merely started out with waking up other farm animals with his horn. While a {{Jerkass}} and ThePrankster at the start, these aspects were treated light-heartedly harmless and were not as much a core aspect of his personality. It eventually extended to pulling pranks just for mean-spirited fun, and by 1987 his Jerkass tendencies were already taken UpToEleven.

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* {{Flanderization}}: In the comics, his appearances of early 1986 had him with a much more mellowed down {{Jerkass}} tendency and his prankster aspect merely started out with waking up other farm animals with his horn. While a {{Jerkass}} and ThePrankster at the start, these These aspects were treated light-heartedly harmless and were not as much a core aspect of his personality. It eventually extended to pulling pranks just By 1987, he pretty much exists as a full on {{Troll}} for mean-spirited fun, and by 1987 his Jerkass tendencies were already taken UpToEleven. the farm.



* SitcomArchNemesis: To Lanolin, his obnoxious humour clashing with her ugly temperament. More prominent in the comics, though did occur in the cartoons to a lesser degree.



* BrattyHalfPint: Occasionally mouthy or mischievous.



* RoadRunnerVsCoyote: He's the Coyote.

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* RoadRunnerVsCoyote: He's the Coyote.
Coyote to the Worm.



* AdaptationalHeroism: Lanolin is still grumpy and standoffish in ''Garfield and Friends'', though more developed plot lines lead to more softer redeeming moments to show.



* TookALevelInKindness: Her mean nature was toned down in ''Garfield and Friends''.

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* TookALevelInKindness: Her mean nature was toned down SitcomArchNemesis: To Roy, his obnoxious humour clashing with her ugly temperament. More prominent in ''Garfield and Friends''.the comics, though did occur in the cartoons to a lesser degree.
7th Jan '17 5:23:18 PM Xtifr
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* EvilRoy: Subverted at least in the cartoon. He may be mischievous and delights in pranking the other farm animals, but he still does what he can to help them out.
29th Nov '16 8:13:01 PM cheril59
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* VerbalTic: Mort snorts during his spoken dialogue.
7th Oct '16 8:46:48 AM 64SuperNintendo
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* NiceGuy: He's not usually mean-spirted and is normally friendly with his friends or people, he don't consider his enemies(if he's not freaking out first). [[VitriolicBestBuds With Roy on the other hand, it varies.]]

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* NiceGuy: He's not usually mean-spirted and is normally friendly with his friends or people, he don't consider his enemies(if enemies (if he's not freaking out first). [[VitriolicBestBuds With Roy on the other hand, it varies.]]
17th Sep '16 6:51:25 PM SilverDollar
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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Early 1986 in the comics, he was much similar to how he was in the cartoons. While a {{Jerkass}} and ThePrankster at the start, these aspects were treated light-heartedly and were not yet a core aspect of his personality. {{Flanderization}} then soon kicks in...
* ChasteToons: In season 6, he got a visit from his niece, Chloe.

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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Early 1986 in the comics, he was much similar to how he was in the cartoons. While a {{Jerkass}} and ThePrankster at the start, these aspects were treated light-heartedly and were not yet a core aspect of his personality. {{Flanderization}} then soon kicks in...
* ChasteToons: In season 6, he got a visit from his niece, Chloe.



* {{Flanderization}}: In the comics, his appearances of early 1986 had him with a much more mellowed down {{Jerkass}} tendency and his prankster aspect merely started out with waking up other farm animals with his horn. Which eventually extended to pulling pranks just for mean-spirited fun. By 1987 his Jerkass tendencies were already taken UpToEleven.

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* {{Flanderization}}: In the comics, his appearances of early 1986 had him with a much more mellowed down {{Jerkass}} tendency and his prankster aspect merely started out with waking up other farm animals with his horn. Which While a {{Jerkass}} and ThePrankster at the start, these aspects were treated light-heartedly harmless and were not as much a core aspect of his personality. It eventually extended to pulling pranks just for mean-spirited fun. By fun, and by 1987 his Jerkass tendencies were already taken UpToEleven.
3rd Aug '16 3:35:19 PM evknucklehead
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* OffModel: Occasionally in the colored strips, Booker is shown as a white chick, instead of his usual yellow.
4th Jul '16 7:34:37 PM Twiddler
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* GeniusDitz: In the cartoon

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* GeniusDitz: In the cartooncartoon.


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* MellowFellow: In the cartoon.
3rd May '16 8:38:42 AM luiz4200
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* EstablishingCharacterMoment: [[https://garfield.com/usacres/1986/08/04 Wade made his debut by running in fear and screaming "Arrrgh!"]]
-->'''Orson:''' Was that my imagination or did a duck with an inner tube just race in out of the rain?
-->'''Wade:''' Duck? Inner tube?! Oh-no! Where?!
-->'''Orson:''' And does he appear a bit nervous?
24th Apr '16 4:06:29 PM Nuaro
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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Blue is friendly and polite, but if Cody goes too far with chasing the animals, she won't hesitate to threaten him, [[http://garfield.com/us-acres/2013-12-05 and he better listen.]]

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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Blue is friendly and polite, but if Cody goes too far with chasing the animals, she won't hesitate to threaten him, [[http://garfield.com/us-acres/2013-12-05 [[https://garfield.com/usacres/1987/12/05 and he better listen.]]
27th Mar '16 6:32:59 AM WillBGood
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* LovableCoward: Other than his usual cowardliness and [[CloudCockooLander stangeness]], he's a pretty likable guy.

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* LovableCoward: Other than his usual cowardliness and [[CloudCockooLander stangeness]], [[CloudCuckooLander strangeness]], he's a pretty likable guy.
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