History Literature / MaxAndRuby

27th Dec '16 7:09:56 PM JMQwilleran
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* [[PublicDomainArtifact Pandora's Box]]: This was covered in one of the book releases, ''Max and Ruby's First Greek Myth: Pandora's Box''.
12th Dec '16 7:14:52 PM WillBGood
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* BunniesForCuteness: Max may be a bit mischevious but he does have moments where he looks so cute. Such as "Max's Christmas" where Max is curious about Santa Claus and decides to stay up at night in Christmas Eve to get a glimpse of him but later ends up falling asleep.
** The ending to "Max's Bedtime" where he finally finds his red rubber elephant under his bed and decides to tuck his sister in his bed and whispers to her "Goodnight Ruby" before heading to his sisters room and goes to sleep in her bed. That has to be one of the sweetest things Max has done to his sister.
** Another episode involving bedtime is "Goodnight Max" where Ruby decides to give her walky-talky bear to Max to help him go to bed. The episode ends with Max falling asleep and says Goodnight to the bear repeatedly which the bear responds by also saying goodnight until Max says Goodnight one last time showing he's finally falling to sleep.

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* BunniesForCuteness: Max may be Definitely a bit mischevious but he does have moments where he looks so cute. Such as "Max's Christmas" where Max is curious about Santa Claus and decides to stay up at night in Christmas Eve to get a glimpse of him but later ends up falling asleep.
** The ending to "Max's Bedtime" where he finally finds his red rubber elephant under his bed and decides to tuck his sister in his bed and whispers to her "Goodnight Ruby" before heading to his sisters room and goes to sleep in her bed. That has to be one
big part of the sweetest things Max has done to his sister.
** Another episode involving bedtime is "Goodnight Max" where Ruby decides to give her walky-talky bear to Max to help him go to bed. The episode ends with Max falling asleep and says Goodnight to the bear repeatedly which the bear responds by also saying goodnight until Max says Goodnight one last time showing he's finally falling to sleep.
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** Ruby was also like this in the original books. Especially in the original version of "Max's Chocolate Chicken", where Ruby told Max "Max, you'd have trouble finding your own ears if they weren't attached to your head." this line was removed in the animated series but was kept in the 1991 and 1995 AnimatedAdaptation which was released on VHS. She did become this in the newer episodes when ever Max get's caught doing something.

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** Ruby was also like this in the original books. Especially in the original version of "Max's Chocolate Chicken", where Ruby told Max "Max, you'd have trouble finding your own ears if they weren't attached to your head." this line was removed in the animated series but was kept in the 1991 and 1995 AnimatedAdaptation which was released on VHS. She did become this in the newer episodes when ever whenever Max get's gets caught doing something.
12th Dec '16 7:12:48 PM WillBGood
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* BunniesForCuteness: Max may be a bit mischevious but he does have moments where he looks so cute. Such as "Max's Christmas" where Max is curious about Santa Claus and decides to stay up at night in Christmas Eve to get a glimpse of him but later ends up falling asleep. But the ** The ending to "Max's Bedtime" where he finally finds his red rubber elephant under his bed and decides to tuck his sister in his bed and whispers to her "Goodnight Ruby" before heading to his sisters room and goes to sleep in her bed. That has to be one of the sweetest things Max has done to her sister.
** Another episode involving bedtime is "Goodnight Max" where Ruby decides to give her walky-talky bear to Max to help him go two bed. The episode ends with Max falling asleep and says Goodnight to the bear repeatedly which the bear rspomdes by also saying goodnight until Max sys Goodnight one last time showing he's finally falling to sleep.

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* BunniesForCuteness: Max may be a bit mischevious but he does have moments where he looks so cute. Such as "Max's Christmas" where Max is curious about Santa Claus and decides to stay up at night in Christmas Eve to get a glimpse of him but later ends up falling asleep. But the asleep.
** The ending to "Max's Bedtime" where he finally finds his red rubber elephant under his bed and decides to tuck his sister in his bed and whispers to her "Goodnight Ruby" before heading to his sisters room and goes to sleep in her bed. That has to be one of the sweetest things Max has done to her his sister.
** Another episode involving bedtime is "Goodnight Max" where Ruby decides to give her walky-talky bear to Max to help him go two to bed. The episode ends with Max falling asleep and says Goodnight to the bear repeatedly which the bear rspomdes responds by also saying goodnight until Max sys says Goodnight one last time showing he's finally falling to sleep.
2nd Dec '16 7:57:23 PM JMQwilleran
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''Max and Ruby'' is a series of children's books, written by Creator/RosemaryWells. It has been adapted into a Canadian children's cartoon (helmed by Wells), which has aired on Creator/NickJr from its 2002 debut to the present day. Production of new episodes stopped for a while around 2007, but the continued popularity of the series led to revived production of new episodes, with five official seasons of the program to date and a [[TheMerch revived merchandise line.]]

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''Max and Ruby'' is a series of children's books, written by Creator/RosemaryWells. It has been adapted into a Canadian children's cartoon (helmed by Wells), which has aired on Creator/NickJr from its 2002 debut to the present day. Production of new episodes stopped for a while around 2007, but the continued popularity of the series led to revived production of new episodes, with five six official seasons of the program to date and a [[TheMerch revived merchandise line.]]


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In 2016, the series underwent its second and most significant ReTool. The parents are no longer nonexistent, but instead are seen occasionally on-screen in each episode, though Max and Ruby still mostly solve their problems themselves. Max's dialogue now also includes complete sentences and the character begins attending preschool.
18th Sep '16 7:08:58 PM watchfullkittycat32
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* RaisedByGrandparents: While never stated, Grandma Bunny ''does'' seem to be the only visible adult authority figure in Max and Ruby's lives.
* RascallyRabbit: Max is an innocent example. He's a scheming tot who regularly gets into mischief, much to his sister's dismay. This becomes averted when Max and Ruby's parents finally appear in the newest episodes starting with "Max's Preschool."

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* RaisedByGrandparents: While never stated, Grandma Bunny ''does'' seem to be the only visible adult authority figure in Max and Ruby's lives.
lives. This becomes averted when Max and Ruby's parents finally appear in the newest episodes starting with "Max's Preschool."
* RascallyRabbit: Max is an innocent example. He's a scheming tot who regularly gets into mischief, much to his sister's dismay. This becomes averted when Max and Ruby's parents finally appear in the newest episodes starting with "Max's Preschool."
18th Sep '16 4:32:34 PM watchfullkittycat32
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** Finally averted when the parents appear in the newest episodes starting with "Max's Preschool"



* PokemonSpeak: He doesn't simply say his ''name,'' but the way Max talks (often saying nothing but a ''single word'' throughout an episode, with multiple inflections to reflect his emotions) is very reminiscent of this.

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* PokemonSpeak: He doesn't simply say his ''name,'' but the way Max talks (often saying nothing but a ''single word'' throughout an episode, with multiple inflections to reflect his emotions) is very reminiscent of this. This becomes averted in the newest episodes that have Max speaking in full sentences.



* RascallyRabbit: Max is an innocent example. He's a scheming tot who regularly gets into mischief, much to his sister's dismay.

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* RascallyRabbit: Max is an innocent example. He's a scheming tot who regularly gets into mischief, much to his sister's dismay. This becomes averted when Max and Ruby's parents finally appear in the newest episodes starting with "Max's Preschool."
20th Jul '16 1:51:03 PM MarkLungo
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* BarefootCartoonAnimals: With the exception of some of the adult female bunnies such as Max and Ruby's grandmother and Bunnyscout Leader.

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* BarefootCartoonAnimals: BarefootCartoonAnimal: With the exception of some of the adult female bunnies such as Max and Ruby's grandmother and Bunnyscout Leader.
16th Jul '16 9:41:15 AM LadyYuki
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** In "Max's Dragon Shirt" Ruby see's a group of [[ExplosoveBreedermale young bunnies following there mother]] which Ruby then starts giggling in a cute way as they leave.

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** In "Max's Dragon Shirt" Ruby see's sees [[ExplosiveBreeder a group of [[ExplosoveBreedermale young bunnies bunnies]] [[ChildrenInTow following there mother]] which Ruby then starts giggling in a cute way as they leave.their mother]].



* InvisibleParents: If Max and Ruby have any, they go largely unseen. However, their grandmother is a recurring character. LampShaded in a song titled "Where Are The Parents?" featured in a ''Max & Ruby'' stage show. Yes, this song is a big ParentalBonus.

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* InvisibleParents: If Max and Ruby have any, they go largely unseen. However, their grandmother is a recurring character. LampShaded {{Lampshaded}} in a song titled "Where Are The Parents?" featured in a ''Max & Ruby'' stage show. Yes, this song is a big ParentalBonus.



** In one of the Baby Max And Ruby books, we do see there mother but we don't see tpher face and only her body and hands are visible.

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** In one of the Baby Max And Ruby books, we do see there mother their mother, but we don't see tpher face and [[TheFaceless only her body and hands are visible.]]
7th Jul '16 9:01:45 PM brb1006
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This is the second series based on Creator/RosemaryWells's characters with the first being WesternAnimation/TimothyGoesToSchool from 2000.
17th May '16 11:29:46 PM brb1006
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* BunniesForCuteness: Max may be a bit mischevious but he does have moments where he looks so cute. Such as "Max's Christmas" where Max is curious about Santa Claus and decides to stay up at night in Christmas Eve to get a glimpse of him but later ends up falling asleep. But the ** The ending to "Max's Bedtime" where he finally finds his red rubber elephant under his bed and decides to tuck his sister in his bed and whispers to her "Goodnight Ruby" before heading to his sisters room and goes to sleep in her bed. That has to be one of the sweetest things Max has done to her sister.
** Another episode involving bedtime is "Goodnight Max" where Ruby decides to give her walky-talky bear to Max to help him go two bed. The episode ends with Max falling asleep and says Goodnight to the bear repeatedly which the bear rspomdes by also saying goodnight until Max sys Goodnight one last time showing he's finally falling to sleep.


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** In "Max's Dragon Shirt" Ruby see's a group of [[ExplosoveBreedermale young bunnies following there mother]] which Ruby then starts giggling in a cute way as they leave.
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