History ComicBook / TheFabulousFurryFreakBrothers

18th May '17 1:55:44 PM ritzoreo
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* DesignatedVillain: The police department. Cops who appear in the strip are generally just doing their job enforcing the law. They may be stupid, and obnoxious (as protrayed by Shelton) but due to the Freaks main activities, they are put constantly at odds with the heroes.
17th May '17 5:40:18 PM ritzoreo
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** If the plot of a given episode gets way too crazy or disturbing, this sometimes comes up as the explanation (given the Brothers' addiction to weird substances it makes sense).

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** If the plot of a given episode gets way too crazy or disturbing, this sometimes comes up as the explanation (given the Brothers' [[JustifiedTrope addiction to weird substances substances, it makes sense).sense]]).



* BilingualBonus: In ''The Idiots Abroad (part two)'', while visiting ColdWar Moscow, Fat Freddy's suitcase accidentally bursts open in the middle of the street revealing a couple of American bluejeans inside. The Soviet crowd goes after them in a frenzy with several people muttering ''"Horror show!"''. An odd remark until you consider that Russian "хорошо" (which would mean "Allright!") may sound similar to "Horror show" to an American.

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* BilingualBonus: In ''The Idiots Abroad (part two)'', while visiting ColdWar Moscow, Fat Freddy's suitcase accidentally bursts open in the middle of the street revealing a couple of American bluejeans inside. The Soviet crowd goes after them in a frenzy with several people muttering ''"Horror show!"''.''"[=HorrorShow=]!"''. An odd remark until you consider that Russian "хорошо" (which would mean "Allright!") may sound similar to "Horror show" to an American.
16th May '17 7:01:33 PM ritzoreo
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* BilingualBonus: While visiting ColdWar Moscow, Fat Freddy's suitcase accidentally bursts open in the middle of the street revealing a couple of American bluejeans inside. The Soviet crowd goes after them in a frenzy with several people muttering "Horror show!". An odd remark until you consider that Russian "хорошо" (which would mean "Allright!") may sound similar to "Horror show" to an American.

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* BilingualBonus: While In ''The Idiots Abroad (part two)'', while visiting ColdWar Moscow, Fat Freddy's suitcase accidentally bursts open in the middle of the street revealing a couple of American bluejeans inside. The Soviet crowd goes after them in a frenzy with several people muttering "Horror show!".''"Horror show!"''. An odd remark until you consider that Russian "хорошо" (which would mean "Allright!") may sound similar to "Horror show" to an American.
15th May '17 11:54:43 AM ritzoreo
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* BilingualBonus: While visiting ColdWar Moscow, Fat Freddy's suitcase accidentally bursts open in the middle of the street revealing a couple of American bluejeans inside. The Soviet crowd goes after them in a frenzy with several people muttering "Horror show!". An odd remark until you consider that Russian "хорошо" (which would mean "Allright!") would sound similar to "Horror show" to an American.

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* BilingualBonus: While visiting ColdWar Moscow, Fat Freddy's suitcase accidentally bursts open in the middle of the street revealing a couple of American bluejeans inside. The Soviet crowd goes after them in a frenzy with several people muttering "Horror show!". An odd remark until you consider that Russian "хорошо" (which would mean "Allright!") would may sound similar to "Horror show" to an American.
15th May '17 11:45:49 AM ritzoreo
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* BilingualBonus: While visiting ColdWar Moscow, Fat Freddy's suitcase accidentally bursts open in the middle of the street revealing a couple of American bluejeans inside. The Soviet crowd goes after them in a frenzy with several people muttering "Horror show!". An odd remark until you consider that Russian "хорошо" (which would mean "Allright!") is pronounced similar to "Horror show".

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* BilingualBonus: While visiting ColdWar Moscow, Fat Freddy's suitcase accidentally bursts open in the middle of the street revealing a couple of American bluejeans inside. The Soviet crowd goes after them in a frenzy with several people muttering "Horror show!". An odd remark until you consider that Russian "хорошо" (which would mean "Allright!") is pronounced would sound similar to "Horror show".show" to an American.
15th May '17 11:44:25 AM ritzoreo
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* BilingualBonus: While visiting ColdWar Moscow, Fat Freddy's suitcase accidentally bursts open in the middle of the street revealing a couple of American bluejeans inside. The Soviet crowd goes after them in a frenzy with several people muttering "Horror show!". An odd remark until you consider that Russian "хорошо" (which would mean "Allright!") is pronounced similar to "Horror show".
24th Apr '17 12:36:16 AM Delphi
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* FatIdiot: Freddy, who frequently--and despite his roommates' warnings--gets "burned" when buying drugs, has stolen radioactive waste, fed acid to bears, and is regularly outsmarted by his own cat.

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* FatIdiot: Freddy, who frequently--and despite his roommates' warnings--gets "burned" when buying drugs, has stolen radioactive waste, fed acid LSD to bears, and is regularly outsmarted by his own cat.



** The closest the series comes to a straight use of the trope is an early strip, not featuring any of the recurring characters, in which a chicken farmer takes LSD, becomes imbued with lovingkindness, and sets his chickens free.

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** The closest the series comes to a straight use of the trope is an early strip, not featuring any of the recurring characters, in which a chicken farmer takes LSD, becomes imbued with lovingkindness, loving kindness, and sets his chickens free.


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* VerySpecialEpisode: "Fat Freddy Gets the Clap" for VD.
12th Jun '16 2:59:04 AM DavidCowie
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* StockNessMonster: In one episode, Franklin is attacked by whole swarm of Loch Ness Monsters. "Only an inch long, but icky as Hell!"
9th Feb '16 2:33:47 PM CaptEquinox
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* FingertipDrugAnalysis: In one strip a Texan cop takes a taste from a jar containing LSD-laced water from the Brothers' backseat and orders Phineas to drive after him to the station for a more official analysis of the substance. He then takes off at full speed into the horizon, leaving Phineas behind, dumbfounded.

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* FingertipDrugAnalysis: In one strip a Texan cop takes a taste from a jar containing LSD-laced STP-laced water from the Brothers' backseat and orders Phineas to drive after him to the station for a more official analysis of the substance. He then takes off at full speed into the horizon, leaving Phineas behind, dumbfounded.



* MadScientist: Phineas, sometimes. He likes to invent things. Mostly, they backfire.



* StrawmanPolitical: The state governor is called Rodney Richpigge.

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* StrawmanPolitical: The state governor is called Rodney Richpigge. He's a RonaldReagan {{Expy}}.
12th Nov '15 4:55:07 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: During Fat Freddy's wake, we see several comics creators mourning his death. Some of these, including RobertCrumb, Aline Kominsky-Crumb and Spain Rodriguez, are drawn in the artists' trademark styles (which makes sense considering that Crumb and Kominsky are known for their autobiographical work).

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* ShoutOut: During Fat Freddy's wake, we see several comics creators mourning his death. Some of these, including RobertCrumb, Creator/RobertCrumb, Aline Kominsky-Crumb and Spain Rodriguez, are drawn in the artists' trademark styles (which makes sense considering that Crumb and Kominsky are known for their autobiographical work).
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