History Literature / MaxAndRuby

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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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* BarefootCartoonAnimals

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* BarefootCartoonAnimalsBarefootCartoonAnimals: With the exception of some of the adult female bunnies such as Max and Ruby's grandmother and Bunnyscout Leader.


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** 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.
23rd Apr '16 11:13:48 PM brb1006
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* ThoseTwoGirls: Get used to seeing Ruby and Louise because they have a lot if scenes in the show.
18th Apr '16 12:45:54 AM JMQwilleran
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* TheDreadedPretendTeaParty: "Ruby's Tea Party" involves Ruby trying to involve Max in a tea party with her dollies when Max wants to play pirate.
2nd Feb '16 8:10:18 AM RAMChYLD
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* ChristmasEpisode / HalloweenEpisode: There are at least two Christmas episodes and at least three Halloween episodes.

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* ChristmasEpisode / HalloweenEpisode: ChristmasEpisode: There are at least two four Christmas episodes and at least three Halloween episodes.


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* HalloweenEpisode: At least three Halloween of them.
2nd Feb '16 7:47:15 AM spirasen
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[[caption-width-right:350:Max and Ruby, Ruby and Max!]]

''Max and Ruby'' is a series of childrens books, written by Creator/RosemaryWells. It has been adapted into a Canadian children's cartoon (helmed by Wells), which has aired on 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]].

Max and Ruby are a pair of young sibling rabbits who live in a fairly normal suburb. Their parents are [[InvisibleParents seemingly nonexistent,]] so it usually falls to older Ruby to look after the younger Max. Young Max, however, is a rambunctious troublemaker with a hugely one-track mind--such to the point that in every episode, his dialogue typically consists of [[PokemonSpeak only one word, repeated with a variety of different inflections]]. In over her head, the somewhat controlling Ruby often tries to bend him to her will. [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption And typically fails.]] Sometimes, she even goes so far as to drag Max into her ZanyScheme of the day. It typically works out all right in the end, however, and Max's meddling desire to get what he wants is often strangely beneficial to Ruby's scheming.

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''Max and Ruby'' is a series of childrens children's books, written by Creator/RosemaryWells. It has been adapted into a Canadian children's cartoon (helmed by Wells), which has aired on NickJr 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 are a pair of young sibling rabbits who live in a fairly normal suburb. Their parents are [[InvisibleParents seemingly nonexistent,]] so it usually falls to older Ruby to look after the younger Max. Young Max, however, is a rambunctious troublemaker with a hugely one-track mind--such mind -- such to the point that in every episode, his dialogue typically consists of [[PokemonSpeak only one word, repeated with a variety of different inflections]]. inflections.]] In over her head, the somewhat controlling Ruby often tries to bend him to her will. [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption And typically fails.]] Sometimes, she even goes so far as to drag Max into her ZanyScheme of the day. It typically works out all right in the end, however, and Max's meddling desire to get what he wants is often strangely beneficial to Ruby's scheming.

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* AsideGlance: Max would do this mostly when he does his [[http://maxandruby.treehousetv.com/content/assets/en-ca/characters/max/max2.png devious smile.]] He also does this in the original covers of some of the original Max And Ruby stories.

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* AsideGlance: Max would do this mostly when he does his [[http://maxandruby.treehousetv.com/content/assets/en-ca/characters/max/max2.png devious smile.]] He also does this in the original covers of some of the original Max And and Ruby stories.



* BritishRoyalGuard: There's episode in which Max & Ruby visit "Bunningham Palace" and Max attempts to get a smile out of one of these, or their bunny counterpart anyway.

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* BritishRoyalGuard: There's episode in which Max & and Ruby visit "Bunningham Palace" and Max attempts to get a smile out of one of these, or their bunny counterpart anyway.



* ComeOutComeOutWhereverYouAre: Ruby to Max in the "Max, Where Are You?" song in ''Bunny Party''. Her tone of voice indicates that it's SeriousBusiness - she's not in the mood for Max's games.
* CompetenceZone: Strangely, only the Bunny Scouts seem to be fully within it! Grandma is allowed a few, though.

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* ComeOutComeOutWhereverYouAre: Ruby to Max in the "Max, Where Are You?" song in ''Bunny Party''. Her tone of voice indicates that it's SeriousBusiness - -- she's not in the mood for Max's games.
* CompetenceZone: Strangely, only the Bunny Scouts seem to be fully within it! Grandma is allowed a few, though.



* FairyTale: A few episodes made in the new season did a LighterAndSofter retelling of classic fairy tale stories such as JackAndTheBeanstalk,LittleRedRidingHood, and TheFrogPrince

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* FairyTale: A few episodes made in the new season did a LighterAndSofter retelling of classic fairy tale stories such as JackAndTheBeanstalk,LittleRedRidingHood, and TheFrogPrince TheFrogPrince.



* FictionalCounterpart: The [[GameBoy "Game Bunny"]]

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* FictionalCounterpart: The [[GameBoy [[UsefulNotes/GameBoy "Game Bunny"]]Bunny."]]



* HiccupHijinks: Happens to Ruby in one episode. After spending the entire time trying her friends' cures while simoultaneously fending off Max's attempts to get her to help him find his monster mask... guess what happens when Max finally finds it?

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* HiccupHijinks: Happens to Ruby in one episode. After spending the entire time trying her friends' cures while simoultaneously simultaneously fending off Max's attempts to get her to help him find his monster mask... guess what happens when Max finally finds it?



* MythologyGag: Ruby's dress in the newer seasons closely resembles her original dress from the original book version of "Max's Chocolate Chicken"

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* MythologyGag: Ruby's dress in the newer seasons closely resembles her original dress from the original book version of "Max's Chocolate Chicken"Chicken."



* TheMusical: Max And Ruby had a few musical stage shows in the past.

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* TheMusical: Max And and Ruby had a few musical stage shows in the past. past.



* TakingTheBullet: By Ruby at a party in "Max Play Catch", when she leaps in front of a cake or flan- whatever it is to save it from a baseball. Extra points for silent BigNo
* TheQuietOne: Max,Roger,Martha,Morris and Baby Huffington

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* TakingTheBullet: By Ruby at a party in "Max Play Catch", when she leaps in front of a cake or flan- whatever it is to save it from a baseball. Extra points for silent BigNo
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* TheQuietOne: Max,Roger,Martha,Morris Max, Roger, Martha, Morris, and Baby HuffingtonHuffington.



** For unknown reasons, Rogers sounds younger in the newer episodes when he sounded older in his earlier apperqnces.

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** For unknown reasons, Rogers sounds younger in the newer episodes when he sounded older in his earlier apperqnces.appearances.
20th Jan '16 2:07:24 PM RobStarFan101
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*GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In "Ruby's Birdie", Louise and Ruby are playing badminton. Ruby says a birdie is also called a shuttle''cock''. After a few suggesting looks between the two, they decide to just call it a birdie.
10th Jan '16 10:22:41 AM brb1006
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* GenkiGirl: Martha especially in the episodes centered around the Bunny Scouts.

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* GenkiGirl: Martha especially in the episodes centered around the Bunny Scouts.Scouts well at least in the first few seasons. When the show got another season in 2009, Martha's excited personality has been toned down.



* HistoricalDomainCharacter: In the book version of "Bunny Money". The book would have an InUniverse version of money. [[http://rosemarywells.com/images/cash-back.jpg Which include bunny versions of famous figures such as MahatmaGandhi and JulieChild.]]
* HMTheQueen: A bunny version of her shows up brifley in one episode that takes place in Bunningham Palace.

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* HistoricalDomainCharacter: In the book version of "Bunny Money". The book would have an InUniverse version of money. [[http://rosemarywells.com/images/cash-back.jpg Which include bunny versions of famous figures figures]] such as MahatmaGandhi and JulieChild.]]
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* HMTheQueen: A bunny version of her shows up brifley briefly in one episode that takes place in Bunningham Palace.


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* TheOneWhoWearsShoes: Max and Ruby's Grandmother and there Bunnyscout Leader are one of the most notable characters to be seen wearing shoes.
19th Dec '15 8:44:35 AM JMQwilleran
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* NotThisOneThatOne: In "Max's Rocket Run," Max and Ruby go out sledding. They first observe Rocket Run, which Max is thrilled at the idea of. Then, Ruby shows him "where little bunnies go. You'll love it."
-->'''Ruby''': This is Bunny Hill, Max. This is the hill you're going to go down. Won't it be fun, Max?
-->'''Max''': (''looks annoyed, pulls sled away, points towards Rocket Run'') Faster!
19th Dec '15 8:32:45 AM JMQwilleran
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* SantaClaus: Max's continuous questions of "Why?", "When?", "How?", etc. regarding Santa Claus are the subject of the story "Max's Christmas," eventually leading Ruby to resort to simply "[[BecauseISaidSo Because!]]" Especially since he keeps sneaking out of bed to try to see Santa Claus, even though she tells him Santa won't show if they're not sleeping. When Santa eventually does show...
-->'''Santa''': (''pulling Max's Santa hat over his eyes'') Don't look, Max.
-->'''Max''': Why?
-->'''Santa''': Nobody is supposed to see me.
-->'''Max''': Why?
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