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1st Dec '16 3:21:56 PM HarJIT-EGS
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It should be noted that skunks have a limited amount of spray, and if they run out, it can take a couple of weeks for them to get it back. That's why they threaten you as much as they think they can get away with--"Stop or I'll shoot!" in animal form (which might explain the trouble ''Series/MythBusters'' had acquiring some of the spray). Their distinctive coloration relates to this as well, serving as a warning signal to both humans and wildlife. And the spray's not entirely foolproof for the skunk's dreaded enemy is [[KungFuProofMook the owl]] - owls have a [[NoSell poor sense of smell]], so skunks scramble for the nearest hole or thistle branch.

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It should be noted that skunks have a limited amount of spray, and if they run out, it can take a couple of weeks for them to get it back. That's why they threaten you as much as they think they can get away with--"Stop or I'll shoot!" in animal form (which might explain the trouble ''Series/MythBusters'' had acquiring some of the spray). Their distinctive coloration relates to this as well, serving as a warning signal to both humans and wildlife. And the spray's not entirely foolproof for the skunk's dreaded enemy is [[KungFuProofMook the owl]] - owls have a [[DisabilityImmunity poor sense]] [[NoSell poor sense of smell]], so skunks scramble for the nearest hole or thistle branch.
21st Nov '16 1:12:07 PM REV6Pilot
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* In ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', this is the reason why [[ConArtist Nick]] is on bad terms with MisterBig.

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* In ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', this a skunk is the crux of the reason why [[ConArtist Nick]] is on bad terms with MisterBig.
21st Nov '16 1:11:01 PM REV6Pilot
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It is possible to remove the stink glands via surgery, and this is obviously standard for pet skunks. Still, having a skunk standing at your door might be better than a dog to deter potential thieves. For someone who has already been skunked, sadly, fiction's favorite remedy to get rid of the smell, a bath in tomato juice, doesn't actually work. Fortunately, the actual [[http://animals.howstuffworks.com/mammals/skunk-spray-tomato-juice1.htm remedy]] to remove the smell is much easier, merely scrubbing with a combination of peroxide, baking soda and detergent will break down the smelly compounds and get you back to your original scent.

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It is possible to remove the stink glands via surgery, and this is obviously standard for pet skunks. Still, having a skunk standing at your door might be better than a dog to deter potential thieves. For someone who has already been skunked, sadly, fiction's favorite remedy to get rid of the smell, a bath in tomato juice, doesn't actually work. Fortunately, the actual [[http://animals.howstuffworks.com/mammals/skunk-spray-tomato-juice1.htm remedy]] the actual remedy to remove the smell smell]] is much easier, easier to make: merely scrubbing with a combination of peroxide, baking soda and detergent will break down the smelly compounds and get you back to your original scent.
11th Oct '16 4:48:08 PM nombretomado
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** In ''The Fox Hunt'' (1931), a generic hunter (this is a [[ClassicDisneyShorts Silly Symphony]]) pulls the skunk out of the log without noticing that it's not the fox. Other hunters, their horses and hounds flee into the distance. The generic hunter realizes the truth, flees as well -- and then we see the skunk and the fox shaking hands.

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** In ''The Fox Hunt'' (1931), a generic hunter (this is a [[ClassicDisneyShorts [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts Silly Symphony]]) pulls the skunk out of the log without noticing that it's not the fox. Other hunters, their horses and hounds flee into the distance. The generic hunter realizes the truth, flees as well -- and then we see the skunk and the fox shaking hands.
9th Sep '16 4:34:05 PM Eddy1215
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** In ''The Fox Hunt'' (1938), DonaldDuck pulls the skunk out of the log without noticing that it's not the fox. Other hunters (including Mickey, Minnie, Horace Horsecollar, and Clara Cluck), their horses and hounds flee into the distance. slowly realizes the truth, tries to calm the skunk--then flees as well.

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** In ''The Fox Hunt'' (1938), DonaldDuck pulls the skunk out of the log without noticing that it's not the fox. Other hunters (including Mickey, Minnie, Horace Horsecollar, and Clara Cluck), their horses and hounds flee into the distance. Donald slowly realizes the truth, tries to calm the skunk--then flees as well.



* In one of the mid-episode segments on ''WesternAnimation/MarthaSpeaks'', Martha is demostraiting things that are pleasant and unpleasant and on of the unpleasant things is getting sprayed by a skunk.

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* In one of the mid-episode segments on ''WesternAnimation/MarthaSpeaks'', Martha is demostraiting demonstrating things that are pleasant and unpleasant and on of the unpleasant things is getting sprayed by a skunk.
9th Sep '16 12:20:56 PM CalvinandHobbit
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* In the film "Brother Nature" a family of skunks are the reason that one of the cabins becomes uninhabitable.



** In ''The Fox Hunt'' (1938), DonaldDuck pulls the skunk out of the log without noticing that it's not the fox. Other hunters (including Mickey, Minnie, Horace Horsecollar, and Clara Cluck), their horses and hounds flee into the distance. Donald slowly realizes the truth, tries to calm the skunk--then flees as well.

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** In ''The Fox Hunt'' (1938), DonaldDuck pulls the skunk out of the log without noticing that it's not the fox. Other hunters (including Mickey, Minnie, Horace Horsecollar, and Clara Cluck), their horses and hounds flee into the distance. Donald slowly realizes the truth, tries to calm the skunk--then flees as well.
4th Sep '16 1:03:57 AM rafi
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* Eugene from ''WesternAnimation/ChucklewoodCritters'', would also double as a {{Woobie}}.



* Skunk stink was of course the entire point of almost every Pepe [=LePew=] WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes short. That, and [[MemeticMolester feline molestation]].
** In one Pepe Le Pew cartoon, Pepe becomes aware of his own odor problem when he looks up the word that everyone says in his presence -- "Pew!" -- and is quite horrified by what he discovers. Pepe immediately goes to [[spoiler:Henri's Deodorizing Service, and goes into a vat filled with chlorophyll.]] His girlfriend, however, runs straight into one of the vats [[spoiler:in Pierre's Limburger Cheese Company.]] HilarityEnsues.

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* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'':
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Skunk stink was of course the entire point of almost every Pepe [=LePew=] WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes WesternAnimation/PepeLePew short. That, and [[MemeticMolester feline molestation]].
** *** In one Pepe Le Pew cartoon, Pepe becomes aware of his own odor problem when he looks up the word that everyone says in his presence -- "Pew!" -- and is quite horrified by what he discovers. Pepe immediately goes to [[spoiler:Henri's Deodorizing Service, and goes into a vat filled with chlorophyll.]] His girlfriend, however, runs straight into one of the vats [[spoiler:in Pierre's Limburger Cheese Company.]] HilarityEnsues.
4th Sep '16 1:01:34 AM rafi
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* [[PunnyName Odie Cologne]] of ''WesternAnimation/KingLeonardoAndHisShortSubjects'' is a rare hero skunk in his role of getting the King out of whatever jam he currently finds himself in.

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* [[PunnyName Odie Cologne]] In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/KingLeonardoAndHisShortSubjects'' is ''WesternAnimation/APupNamedScoobyDoo'', a rare hero monster named Stinkweed ends up having a skunk in ''attracted'' to him due to his role of getting nasty smell!
* This trope was actually inverted in ''WesternAnimation/AceVenturaTheAnimatedSeries'' where Ace must save a little boy's pet skunk from an evil businessman. The parents allowed their son to keep
the King skunk because they knew that as long as it wasn't scared, it didn't release it's stinky artillery. This becomes a major factor in defeating the bad guy who was keeping a bunch of skunks captive.
* The ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'' episode, "Road Hog" has a skunk named Colonel Stench, who breeds flowers and has tried unsuccessfuly for years to make a perfume that would get rid of his stench. What he created instead was hypnotic flower pollen, which Robotnik stole from him and used to hypnotize the law into arresting him and Sonic.
* This is the backstory for "Stinkbomb" in an ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' episode. He was shown chasing Slappy Squirrel into a cave. Not knowing, he lit a match to find it was a den of skunks. After he'd grabbed and threatened one. Green smoke gushes
out of whatever jam the cave as a result.
* In ''WesternAnimation/BackAtTheBarnyard'', Pig has a pet skunk, Skunky, but he'll only spray Duke. [[spoiler: Even the Duke imposter is safe.]]
* A skunk is the titular character in the ''WesternAnimation/BarneyBear'' cartoon "The Unwelcome Guest".
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/BeethovenTheAnimatedSeries'', Beethoven is in a tracking competition with another dog. The other dog purposefully insults a skunk, making it mad enough to spray, and uses this to mask his trail.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers'' Linda gets sprayed a by a skunk. Worth noting is that the skunk spray acts just like it does in real life, a spray of fluid from it's anus.
* In the Direct-to-Video Film "Bratz :Starrin' and Stylin'", after crashing their car in the woods, Jade picks up what she believes is a cat, but turns out to be a skunk that sprays three of them.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Casper}}'' has the friendly little ghost befriend a lonely skunk whose odor has driven the other animals away. By the end, Casper's convinced them to play together, though the others are wearing clothspins on their noses.
* Eugene from ''WesternAnimation/ChucklewoodCritters'', would also double as a {{Woobie}}.
* In ''WesternAnimation/CliffordTheBigRedDog'' had Cleo taunting the other dogs with ghost stories about "Wiffy the Skunk Ghost". [[CryingWolf She kept pranking them by saying
he currently finds himself in.was after her]], and they finally got fed up with it and leave. Then, a ''real'' skunk shows up and she scares it and it sprays her. The others, while out looking for her, smell that she got sprayed.
-->'''Cleo''': Aww, man! P.U.!!! That is definitely ''not'' a ghost skunk! That is the ''real thing!''
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'', two of the main characters adopted a baby skunk. HilarityEnsues. Later it's turned into a bionic skunk that not only shoots stink but ''missiles'' fro… yeah.
** Worth noting is this is mostly played realistically, with him only spraying if scared or threatened and his parents spraying to protect him, otherwise he smells perfectly normal.



* Skunk stink was of course the entire point of almost every Pepe [=LePew=] WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes short.
** That, and [[MemeticMolester feline molestation]].

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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer'', Dora and Boots come across a skunk, and, wisely, decide to leave it alone. Swiper shows up and tries to use a grabbing device he made to steal from them, only to 'swipe' the skunk instead. While he doesn't get sprayed, the smell of it is enough to scare him off.
** Another time a skunk appeared was in the ''World Adventure'' special, where Swiper's French counterpart, Fifi (no, no, not [[WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures THAT Fifi]]). No comment is made on her smelling bad, they simply don't want her 'swiping' from them.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' episode "Sorry, Wrong Ed", one of the curses Eddy was plagued with involved him getting sprayed by a skunk.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' Episode "A Bad Case of Diary-Uh!" Timmy Turner attempts to sabotage Vicki's love life by wishing her perfume would make her stink like a skunk. The bottle turns into a live skunk that sprays her when she squeezes its nose.
* Subverted in ''WesternAnimation/{{Franklin}}'' with Skunk, who doesn't stink and is actually quite happy when people don't make jokes about it.
* In ''WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983'', one of Skeletor's proposed servants was a skunk man named Stinkor, whose power was the ability to generate stench. The cartoon's [[{{Creator/Filmation}} creators]] thought the idea was stupid, so he never appeared in the cartoon and barely in the expanded universe. He did, however, get [[ADayInTheLimelight a book]] about him. As the book read, Stinkor was the lowest ranked in Skeletor's entire army, and he was hated so much for smelling bad that Skeletor actually fired him. Then it turned out that his stench sapped He-Man's strength.
** Stinkor was also included in [[WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse2002 the 2002 cartoon]], and got an entire episode devoted to showing how badass he was. His stench is so powerful, it can ''melt rock''.
*** In fact, despite failing, Stinkor performed so well that, as opposed to the book, he was hired by Skeletor and the only member of the villain's henchman that were not punished that episode; Stinkor seems to be the only henchman that Skeletor actually ''likes''.
* ''WesternAnimation/HeathcliffAndTheCatillacCats'':
** In the episode "Be Prepared", the titular tomcat lures an egotistical Boy Scout leader to a bush where a nest of skunks are sleeping. The scoutmaster looks into the bush (just as Heathcliff drops a firecracker!), waking the skunks up, giving the scoutmaster a full blast into his face!
** In the episode, "Riff Raff the Gourmet", Riff Raff is competing against Pierre, a cat who is a French chef and a FrenchJerk. Riff Raff is busy fishing on a pier, but Pierre hooks Riff Raff's line to a cage with a skunk inside of it...
--->'''Riff Raff:''' Got one! ''(Reels in his catch.)'' *GULP!* Just my luck... a lousy skunk!
--->''(The skunk glares at him angrily.)''
--->'''Riff Raff:''' OH NO! Sorry, pal! I...
--->'''''*POOF!*'''''
* Done in a realistic fashion in ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' where Gerald runs right into a skunk resting on a tree trunk and spooks into spraying a concentrated liquid in his face before running off. However, instead of a normally light spray (as it can still be smelled for half a mile), it's a full blast!
* On ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'', when Jimmy and Beezy [[ItMakesSenseInContext get put in an animal prison]], their cellmate is a skunk. The usual jokes follow.
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' had a skunk-based villain named White Stripe, whose suit let him spray like a real skunk, only the stench could knock out most people instantly.
* [[PunnyName Odie Cologne]] of ''WesternAnimation/KingLeonardoAndHisShortSubjects'' is a rare hero skunk in his role of getting the King out of whatever jam he currently finds himself in.
* Pepper Clark from ''WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012'' is a skunk. Unlike real skunks, Pepper is capable of producing a pleasant aroma when she is happy, however she still has the typical unpleasant aroma that she can use when she's nervous, upset or just needs a weapon for whatever reason.
* Skunk stink was of course the entire point of almost every Pepe [=LePew=] WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes short.
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short. That, and [[MemeticMolester feline molestation]].



* Fifi [=La Fume=] of ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' is a blatant DistaffCounterpart to Pepe, but seems to be able to control her ''odor'' a lot better than Pepe does. Also a bit of a subversion in other reasons as she doesn't stink any time except ''when'' she's chasing someone or when she intentionally uses it herself.
* Used for a gag in the Creator/VanBeurenStudios Aesop's Film Fables cartoon "Noah Knew His Ark"-- two skunks are stuck in their own private boat tied behind the ark.
** The rabbit in "Rabid Hunters" turns out to be a skunk in disguise.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'', two of the main characters adopted a baby skunk. HilarityEnsues. Later it's turned into a bionic skunk that not only shoots stink but ''missiles'' fro… yeah.
** Worth noting is this is mostly played realistically, with him only spraying if scared or threatened and his parents spraying to protect him, otherwise he smells perfectly normal.
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/BeethovenTheAnimatedSeries'', Beethoven is in a tracking competition with another dog. The other dog purposefully insults a skunk, making it mad enough to spray, and uses this to mask his trail.
* The eponymous character of ''WesternAnimation/SkunkFu'' uses the "Farting Skunk" type. Worth noting is Skunk can't spray of his own free will, only if he's embarressed or startled.
* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'': In his youth, Dr. Doofenshmirtz aspired to be a stage magician, but all his tricks inexplicably ended with him getting sprayed by a skunk.

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* ** Elmer Fudd found himself snagging a skunk instead of WesternAnimation/BugsBunny in ''WesternAnimation/AWildHare''. "Well… confidentially… you know…" Elmer winces, sets the skunk down carefully, tries to lower his tail, and hopes for the best as he gently shoos him away.
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Fifi [=La Fume=] of ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' is a blatant DistaffCounterpart to Pepe, but seems to be able to control her ''odor'' a lot better than Pepe does. Also a bit of a subversion in other reasons as she doesn't stink any time except ''when'' she's chasing someone or when she intentionally uses it herself.
* Used for a gag in the Creator/VanBeurenStudios Aesop's Film Fables cartoon "Noah Knew His Ark"-- two skunks are stuck in their own private boat tied behind the ark.
** The rabbit in "Rabid Hunters" turns out to be a skunk in disguise.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'', two of the main characters adopted a baby skunk. HilarityEnsues. Later it's turned into a bionic skunk that not only shoots stink but ''missiles'' fro… yeah.
** Worth noting is this is mostly played realistically, with him only spraying if scared or threatened and his parents spraying to protect him, otherwise he smells perfectly normal.
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/BeethovenTheAnimatedSeries'', Beethoven the mid-episode segments on ''WesternAnimation/MarthaSpeaks'', Martha is in a tracking competition with another dog. The other dog purposefully insults a skunk, making it mad enough to spray, demostraiting things that are pleasant and uses this to mask his trail.
* The eponymous character
unpleasant and on of ''WesternAnimation/SkunkFu'' uses the "Farting Skunk" type. Worth noting unpleasant things is Skunk can't spray of his own free will, only if he's embarressed or startled.
* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'': In his youth, Dr. Doofenshmirtz aspired to be a stage magician, but all his tricks inexplicably ended with him
getting sprayed by a skunk.skunk.
* In ''Literature/MillyMolly'', the TV series, the episode Pet Day has all the children bringing their pets to school. [[note]] In case you were wondering, Milly has a mischevious cat called Marmalade, [[LovableCoward Molly]] has a cat called Tom Cat, Junior Joe has an unnamed hermit crab, Chloe has a pony named Prince, [[TheBully Humphrey]] has a Rottweiler called Zoldan who is trained to understand commands in a made-up "Martian" language, Alf has a dog with a MeaningfulName Puddles, so called because he pees on things, George has the skunk named Stinky, Jack has a goat named Roger who is a BigEater, Poppi has a tortoise called Torty, Harry has a mouse named Brian who escapes a lot. [[spoiler: Brian eventually gets a mate named Brioni]], Elizabeth has a rabbit named Mr. Cotton Bottom, and it is unknown what Sophie's pet is. [[/note]]. Several of the animals misbehave, including George's skunk Stinky, who sprays Humphrey ''twice''.
* Baby Fozzie should have known better in one episode of ''WesternAnimation/MuppetBabies'' called [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=TBESgctTbyg#t=105s "The Daily Muppet"]] at 01:49:
--->'''Baby Fozzie:''' Hey Kermit... how about printing a newspaper joke on the front page?
--->'''Baby Kermit''': Huh?
--->'''Baby Fozzie:''' Like this one: "What's black and white and red all over?"
--->'''Baby Kermit:''' Aw, gee, Fozzie... '''Everyone''' knows that joke.
--->'''Baby Fozzie:''' They do?
--->'''Baby Kermit:''' Uh-huh. Newspapers are black and white and read (red) all over!
--->'''Baby Fozzie:''' Gosh! That wasn't the joke I was thinking of! I thought what was "black and white and red all over" was skunk covered in strawberry jam! Hee-hee-hee!
--->''(Cut to a live-action clip of a skunk turning to its "firing position".)''
--->'''Skunk:''' "BOO-OO-OO-OO!"
--->''(A hissing noise is heard, meaning the skunk just sprayed Fozzie.)''
--->'''Baby Fozzie (holding his nose):''' PHEW! I'd rather be hit by a tomato any day!
** [[spoiler:And a tomato splatters on Baby Fozzie's face immediately afterwards!!]]
* In the ''WesternAnimation/MyDadTheRockStar'' episode "Call of the Wild", Serenity housesits while the rest of her family goes camping. After a series of mishaps, a bunch of animals get into the house, one of which is a skunk that ends up spraying her.
* In the episode of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', "Winter Wrap-Up", Twilight Sparkle goes through a HumiliationConga involving [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes snakes]], [[GoddamnBats bats]], having a [[BeeAfraid hornet's nest]] fall on her head, and ends up running into a den... and getting sprayed by a family of skunks. Next scene shows her bathing in a tub of tomato juice.



* The Creator/TexAvery cartoon ''Little 'Tinker'' stars a cute little skunk named [[PunnyName B.O. Skunk]] who can't get dates because of his smell. He gets some help from Cupid -- but not before he puts on a gas mask first! No doubt Avery was parodying the earlier MGM short "Poor Little Me", in which a boy skunk can't make friends with the other woodland creatures, until he meets a girl bunny with a cold.

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* The Creator/TexAvery On ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'' episode "Operation: Plush", a jealous King Julien throws all the plush toys of Mort (which were selling better than his plush toys) into the skunk habitat so they would be recalled. On the episode "Out of the Groove", an equally jealous Julien throws skunks at the baboons after they get more attention than he does.
* In "I'm Super", an episode of ''WesternAnimation/PennZeroPartTimeHero'', the hero trio are sent to a world where EVERYONE is a superhero. It is there that Sashi becomes "Skunkwoman"! [[spoiler: Guess what her powers are!]]
* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'': In his youth, Dr. Doofenshmirtz aspired to be a stage magician, but all his tricks inexplicably ended with him getting sprayed by a skunk.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily'', after both of the Prouds' inlaws ended up leaving from the baptism due to inherent disagreements, Oscar is forced by Trudy to sleep in the tent (because Oscar arranged his cousin Ray-Ray to stay at their house due to wanting to hold off Trudy's relatives, there wasn't enough room in the house for Oscar, Trudy, or... well, the main occupants of the house to actually live in the house, so they were forced to set up a tent). It's raining that night. Oscar, desperately trying to make the best of the situation, tries to comfort himself by saying that its his tent as well, and that the black fluffy pillow is his. Unfortunately for him, said "black fluffy pillow" was actually a skunk that was sleeping in the tent.
* On ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'', Rigby gets sprayed by a [[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent were-skunk]], and if he doesn't find a way to clean the smell off, he will turn into one.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'':
** One episode (aptly titled [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "Chuckie Gets Skunked"]]) involves Chuckie being sprayed by a skunk, and the other characters' attempts to get rid of the smell (washing him in mud, among other things). Unfortunately, just when they've gotten rid of the smell, the episode ends with [[HereWeGoAgain Stu and Chaz encountering the same skunk.]]
** Plus, in the episode where they play at being superheroes - "The Mega-Diaper Babies" - Chuckie is "Stinky" ("with the stench of ''two'' babies!") and wears a skunk costume. [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway He is NOT happy about it.]] [[spoiler: [[ThisLooksLikeAJobForAquaman At least until]] he's [[{{Fartillery}} the one to beat Angelatron]]]].
* An installment of the "X-Presidents"
cartoon ''Little 'Tinker'' stars on Robert Simgel's "TV Funhouse" shorts on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' had the heroes teaming up with some popular cartoon characters to make [[GenreThrowback updated versions]] of the notoriously politically incorrect [[WartimeCartoon Wartime Cartoons]] of the 1940s in which a cute little stereotypically ugly DirtyForeigner would get harassed and humiliated. Two of these cartoons ended with a snarky skunk named [[PunnyName B.O. Skunk]] who showing up out of nowhere, pointing at the foreigner, and groaning [[HypocriticalHumor "Pee-yew!"]]
* Dave from ''WesternAnimation/ScaredySquirrel'' is a CloudCuckoolander FatIdiot skunk but he only smells when he farts.
* In ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheMonsterOfMexico'', on their way to Mexico, the gang run across a skunk in the middle of the road. They promptly stop and jump to the top of a billboard to get away from it. It laughed at them for it.
* On the ''WesternAnimation/SillySymphony'' "Disney/TheTortoiseAndTheHare", a pair of skunks in the audience get a bleacher all to themselves.
* The eponymous character of ''WesternAnimation/SkunkFu'' uses the "Farting Skunk" type. Worth noting is Skunk
can't get dates because spray of his smell. He gets some help from Cupid -- but not before he puts on a gas mask first! No doubt Avery was parodying own free will, only if he's embarressed or startled.
* The episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Stanley}}'' called "PU Pup" dealt with skunks. However, while
the earlier MGM short "Poor Little Me", in which a boy skunk can't make friends with did spray his dog, the other woodland creatures, until he meets a girl bunny with a cold.point of the episode is actually Stanley discovering that skunks spray to defend themselves and don't stink themselves.



* ''WesternAnimation/HeathcliffAndTheCatillacCats'':
** In the episode "Be Prepared", the titular tomcat lures an egotistical Boy Scout leader to a bush where a nest of skunks are sleeping. The scoutmaster looks into the bush (just as Heathcliff drops a firecracker!), waking the skunks up, giving the scoutmaster a full blast into his face!
** In the episode, "Riff Raff the Gourmet", Riff Raff is competing against Pierre, a cat who is a French chef and a FrenchJerk. Riff Raff is busy fishing on a pier, but Pierre hooks Riff Raff's line to a cage with a skunk inside of it...
--->'''Riff Raff:''' Got one! ''(Reels in his catch.)'' *GULP!* Just my luck... a lousy skunk!
--->''(The skunk glares at him angrily.)''
--->'''Riff Raff:''' OH NO! Sorry, pal! I...
--->'''''*POOF!*'''''



* This is the backstory for "Stinkbomb" in an ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' episode. He was shown chasing Slappy Squirrel into a cave. Not knowing, he lit a match to find it was a den of skunks. After he'd grabbed and threatened one. Green smoke gushes out of the cave as a result.
* Elmer Fudd found himself snagging a skunk instead of WesternAnimation/BugsBunny in ''WesternAnimation/AWildHare''. "Well… confidentially… you know…" Elmer winces, sets the skunk down carefully, tries to lower his tail, and hopes for the best as he gently shoos him away.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'':
** One episode (aptly titled [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "Chuckie Gets Skunked"]]) involves Chuckie being sprayed by a skunk, and the other characters' attempts to get rid of the smell (washing him in mud, among other things). Unfortunately, just when they've gotten rid of the smell, the episode ends with [[HereWeGoAgain Stu and Chaz encountering the same skunk.]]
** Plus, in the episode where they play at being superheroes - "The Mega-Diaper Babies" - Chuckie is "Stinky" ("with the stench of ''two'' babies!") and wears a skunk costume. [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway He is NOT happy about it.]] [[spoiler: [[ThisLooksLikeAJobForAquaman At least until]] he's [[{{Fartillery}} the one to beat Angelatron]]]].
* Baby Fozzie should have known better in one episode of ''WesternAnimation/MuppetBabies'' called [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=TBESgctTbyg#t=105s "The Daily Muppet"]] at 01:49:
--->'''Baby Fozzie:''' Hey Kermit... how about printing a newspaper joke on the front page?
--->'''Baby Kermit''': Huh?
--->'''Baby Fozzie:''' Like this one: "What's black and white and red all over?"
--->'''Baby Kermit:''' Aw, gee, Fozzie... '''Everyone''' knows that joke.
--->'''Baby Fozzie:''' They do?
--->'''Baby Kermit:''' Uh-huh. Newspapers are black and white and read (red) all over!
--->'''Baby Fozzie:''' Gosh! That wasn't the joke I was thinking of! I thought what was "black and white and red all over" was skunk covered in strawberry jam! Hee-hee-hee!
--->''(Cut to a live-action clip of a skunk turning to its "firing position".)''
--->'''Skunk:''' "BOO-OO-OO-OO!"
--->''(A hissing noise is heard, meaning the skunk just sprayed Fozzie.)''
--->'''Baby Fozzie (holding his nose):''' PHEW! I'd rather be hit by a tomato any day!
** [[spoiler:And a tomato splatters on Baby Fozzie's face immediately afterwards!!]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983'', one of Skeletor's proposed servants was a skunk man named Stinkor, whose power was the ability to generate stench. The cartoon's [[{{Creator/Filmation}} creators]] thought the idea was stupid, so he never appeared in the cartoon and barely in the expanded universe. He did, however, get [[ADayInTheLimelight a book]] about him. As the book read, Stinkor was the lowest ranked in Skeletor's entire army, and he was hated so much for smelling bad that Skeletor actually fired him. Then it turned out that his stench sapped He-Man's strength.
** Stinkor was also included in [[WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse2002 the 2002 cartoon]], and got an entire episode devoted to showing how badass he was. His stench is so powerful, it can ''melt rock''.
*** In fact, despite failing, Stinkor performed so well that, as opposed to the book, he was hired by Skeletor and the only member of the villain's henchman that were not punished that episode; Stinkor seems to be the only henchman that Skeletor actually ''likes''/
* On ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'', when Jimmy and Beezy [[ItMakesSenseInContext get put in an animal prison]], their cellmate is a skunk. The usual jokes follow.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer'', Dora and Boots come across a skunk, and, wisely, decide to leave it alone. Swiper shows up and tries to use a grabbing device he made to steal from them, only to 'swipe' the skunk instead. While he doesn't get sprayed, the smell of it is enough to scare him off.
** Another time a skunk appeared was in the ''World Adventure'' special, where Swiper's French counterpart, Fifi (no, no, not [[WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures THAT Fifi]]). No comment is made on her smelling bad, they simply don't want her 'swiping' from them.
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' had a skunk-based villain named White Stripe, whose suit let him spray like a real skunk, only the stench could knock out most people instantly.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/APupNamedScoobyDoo'', a monster named Stinkweed ends up having a skunk ''attracted'' to him due to his nasty smell!
* This trope was actually inverted in ''WesternAnimation/AceVenturaTheAnimatedSeries'' where Ace must save a little boy's pet skunk from an evil businessman. The parents allowed their son to keep the skunk because they knew that as long as it wasn't scared, it didn't release it's stinky artillery. This becomes a major factor in defeating the bad guy who was keeping a bunch of skunks captive.
* Done in a realistic fashion in ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' where Gerald runs right into a skunk resting on a tree trunk and spooks into spraying a concentrated liquid in his face before running off. However, instead of a normally light spray (as it can still be smelled for half a mile), it's a full blast!
* In ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheMonsterOfMexico'', on their way to Mexico, the gang run across a skunk in the middle of the road. They promptly stop and jump to the top of a billboard to get away from it. It laughed at them for it.
* In one of the mid-episode segments on ''WesternAnimation/MarthaSpeaks'', Martha is demostraiting things that are pleasant and unpleasant and on of the unpleasant things is getting sprayed by a skunk.

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* This is the backstory for "Stinkbomb" in an ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' episode. He was shown chasing Slappy Squirrel into The Creator/TexAvery cartoon ''Little 'Tinker'' stars a cave. Not knowing, he lit a match to find it was a den of skunks. After he'd grabbed and threatened one. Green smoke gushes out of the cave as a result.
* Elmer Fudd found himself snagging a
cute little skunk instead named [[PunnyName B.O. Skunk]] who can't get dates because of WesternAnimation/BugsBunny in ''WesternAnimation/AWildHare''. "Well… confidentially… you know…" Elmer winces, sets his smell. He gets some help from Cupid -- but not before he puts on a gas mask first! No doubt Avery was parodying the earlier MGM short "Poor Little Me", in which a boy skunk down carefully, tries to lower his tail, and hopes for the best as he gently shoos him away.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'':
** One episode (aptly titled [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "Chuckie Gets Skunked"]]) involves Chuckie being sprayed by a skunk, and
can't make friends with the other characters' attempts to get rid of the smell (washing him in mud, among other things). Unfortunately, just when they've gotten rid of the smell, the episode ends woodland creatures, until he meets a girl bunny with [[HereWeGoAgain Stu and Chaz encountering the same skunk.]]
** Plus, in the episode where they play at being superheroes - "The Mega-Diaper Babies" - Chuckie is "Stinky" ("with the stench of ''two'' babies!") and wears
a skunk costume. [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway He is NOT happy about it.]] [[spoiler: [[ThisLooksLikeAJobForAquaman At least until]] he's [[{{Fartillery}} the one to beat Angelatron]]]].
* Baby Fozzie should have known better in one episode of ''WesternAnimation/MuppetBabies'' called [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=TBESgctTbyg#t=105s "The Daily Muppet"]] at 01:49:
--->'''Baby Fozzie:''' Hey Kermit... how about printing a newspaper joke on the front page?
--->'''Baby Kermit''': Huh?
--->'''Baby Fozzie:''' Like this one: "What's black and white and red all over?"
--->'''Baby Kermit:''' Aw, gee, Fozzie... '''Everyone''' knows that joke.
--->'''Baby Fozzie:''' They do?
--->'''Baby Kermit:''' Uh-huh. Newspapers are black and white and read (red) all over!
--->'''Baby Fozzie:''' Gosh! That wasn't the joke I was thinking of! I thought what was "black and white and red all over" was skunk covered in strawberry jam! Hee-hee-hee!
--->''(Cut to a live-action clip of a skunk turning to its "firing position".)''
--->'''Skunk:''' "BOO-OO-OO-OO!"
--->''(A hissing noise is heard, meaning the skunk just sprayed Fozzie.)''
--->'''Baby Fozzie (holding his nose):''' PHEW! I'd rather be hit by a tomato any day!
** [[spoiler:And a tomato splatters on Baby Fozzie's face immediately afterwards!!]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983'', one of Skeletor's proposed servants was a skunk man named Stinkor, whose power was the ability to generate stench. The cartoon's [[{{Creator/Filmation}} creators]] thought the idea was stupid, so he never appeared in the cartoon and barely in the expanded universe. He did, however, get [[ADayInTheLimelight a book]] about him. As the book read, Stinkor was the lowest ranked in Skeletor's entire army, and he was hated so much for smelling bad that Skeletor actually fired him. Then it turned out that his stench sapped He-Man's strength.
** Stinkor was also included in [[WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse2002 the 2002 cartoon]], and got an entire episode devoted to showing how badass he was. His stench is so powerful, it can ''melt rock''.
*** In fact, despite failing, Stinkor performed so well that, as opposed to the book, he was hired by Skeletor and the only member of the villain's henchman that were not punished that episode; Stinkor seems to be the only henchman that Skeletor actually ''likes''/
* On ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'', when Jimmy and Beezy [[ItMakesSenseInContext get put in an animal prison]], their cellmate is a skunk. The usual jokes follow.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer'', Dora and Boots come across a skunk, and, wisely, decide to leave it alone. Swiper shows up and tries to use a grabbing device he made to steal from them, only to 'swipe' the skunk instead. While he doesn't get sprayed, the smell of it is enough to scare him off.
** Another time a skunk appeared was in the ''World Adventure'' special, where Swiper's French counterpart, Fifi (no, no, not [[WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures THAT Fifi]]). No comment is made on her smelling bad, they simply don't want her 'swiping' from them.
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' had a skunk-based villain named White Stripe, whose suit let him spray like a real skunk, only the stench could knock out most people instantly.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/APupNamedScoobyDoo'', a monster named Stinkweed ends up having a skunk ''attracted'' to him due to his nasty smell!
* This trope was actually inverted in ''WesternAnimation/AceVenturaTheAnimatedSeries'' where Ace must save a little boy's pet skunk from an evil businessman. The parents allowed their son to keep the skunk because they knew that as long as it wasn't scared, it didn't release it's stinky artillery. This becomes a major factor in defeating the bad guy who was keeping a bunch of skunks captive.
* Done in a realistic fashion in ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' where Gerald runs right into a skunk resting on a tree trunk and spooks into spraying a concentrated liquid in his face before running off. However, instead of a normally light spray (as it can still be smelled for half a mile), it's a full blast!
* In ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheMonsterOfMexico'', on their way to Mexico, the gang run across a skunk in the middle of the road. They promptly stop and jump to the top of a billboard to get away from it. It laughed at them for it.
* In one of the mid-episode segments on ''WesternAnimation/MarthaSpeaks'', Martha is demostraiting things that are pleasant and unpleasant and on of the unpleasant things is getting sprayed by a skunk.
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* In ''WesternAnimation/BackAtTheBarnyard'', Pig has a pet skunk, Skunky, but he'll only spray Duke. [[spoiler: Even the Duke imposter is safe.]]
* In the 11th episode of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', "Winter Wrap-Up", Twilight Sparkle goes through a HumiliationConga involving [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes snakes]], [[GoddamnBats bats]], having a [[BeeAfraid hornet's nest]] fall on her head, and ends up running into a den... and getting sprayed by a family of skunks. Next scene shows her bathing in a tub of tomato juice.
* In the British preschool quiz show ''Kerwhizz'', one of the regular features is "Hunt the Skunk", in which the teams have to guess where King Pong the skunk is hiding. King Pong's appearance is always heralded by a stinky green miasma. Occasionally averted when King Pong is replaced by Queen Pong or Princess Pong, who smell very nice and produce a fragrant pink vapour instead.
* Subverted in ''WesternAnimation/{{Franklin}}'' with Skunk, who doesn't stink and is actually quite happy when people don't make jokes about it.
* The episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Stanley}}'' called "PU Pup" dealt with skunks. However, while the skunk did spray his dog, the point of the episode is actually Stanley discovering that skunks spray to defend themselves and don't stink themselves.
* Eugene from ''WesternAnimation/ChucklewoodCritters'', would also double as a {{Woobie}}.
* On ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'', Rigby gets sprayed by a [[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent were-skunk]], and if he doesn't find a way to clean the smell off, he will turn into one.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' episode "Sorry, Wrong Ed", one of the curses Eddy was plagued with involved him getting sprayed by a skunk.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/BackAtTheBarnyard'', Pig has Used for a pet skunk, Skunky, but he'll only spray Duke. [[spoiler: Even gag in the Duke imposter is safe.]]
* In the 11th episode of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', "Winter Wrap-Up", Twilight Sparkle goes through a HumiliationConga involving [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes snakes]], [[GoddamnBats bats]], having a [[BeeAfraid hornet's nest]] fall on her head, and ends up running into a den... and getting sprayed by a family of skunks. Next scene shows her bathing in a tub of tomato juice.
* In the British preschool quiz show ''Kerwhizz'', one of the regular features is "Hunt the Skunk", in which the teams have to guess where King Pong the skunk is hiding. King Pong's appearance is always heralded by a stinky green miasma. Occasionally averted when King Pong is replaced by Queen Pong or Princess Pong, who smell very nice and produce a fragrant pink vapour instead.
* Subverted in ''WesternAnimation/{{Franklin}}'' with Skunk, who doesn't stink and is actually quite happy when people don't make jokes about it.
* The episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Stanley}}'' called "PU Pup" dealt with skunks. However, while the skunk did spray his dog, the point of the episode is actually Stanley discovering that
Creator/VanBeurenStudios Aesop's Film Fables cartoon "Noah Knew His Ark"-- two skunks spray to defend themselves and don't stink themselves.
* Eugene from ''WesternAnimation/ChucklewoodCritters'', would also double as a {{Woobie}}.
* On ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'', Rigby gets sprayed by a [[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent were-skunk]], and if he doesn't find a way to clean
are stuck in their own private boat tied behind the smell off, he will turn into one.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' episode "Sorry, Wrong Ed", one of the curses Eddy was plagued with involved him getting sprayed by
ark.
** The rabbit in "Rabid Hunters" turns out to be
a skunk.skunk in disguise.



* An installment of the "X-Presidents" cartoon on Robert Simgel's "TV Funhouse" shorts on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' had the heroes teaming up with some popular cartoon characters to make [[GenreThrowback updated versions]] of the notoriously politically incorrect [[WartimeCartoon Wartime Cartoons]] of the 1940s in which a stereotypically ugly DirtyForeigner would get harassed and humiliated. Two of these cartoons ended with a snarky skunk showing up out of nowhere, pointing at the foreigner, and groaning [[HypocriticalHumor "Pee-yew!"]]
* Dave from ''WesternAnimation/ScaredySquirrel'' is a CloudCuckoolander FatIdiot skunk but he only smells when he farts.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily'', after both of the Prouds' inlaws ended up leaving from the baptism due to inherent disagreements, Oscar is forced by Trudy to sleep in the tent (because Oscar arranged his cousin Ray-Ray to stay at their house due to wanting to hold off Trudy's relatives, there wasn't enough room in the house for Oscar, Trudy, or... well, the main occupants of the house to actually live in the house, so they were forced to set up a tent). It's raining that night. Oscar, desperately trying to make the best of the situation, tries to comfort himself by saying that its his tent as well, and that the black fluffy pillow is his. Unfortunately for him, said "black fluffy pillow" was actually a skunk that was sleeping in the tent.
* A skunk is the titular character in the ''WesternAnimation/BarneyBear'' cartoon "The Unwelcome Guest".
* On the ''WesternAnimation/SillySymphony'' "Disney/TheTortoiseAndTheHare", a pair of skunks in the audience get a bleacher all to themselves.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Casper}}'' has the friendly little ghost befriend a lonely skunk whose odor has driven the other animals away. By the end, Casper's convinced them to play together, though the others are wearing clothspins on their noses.
* On ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'' episode "Operation: Plush", a jealous King Julien throws all the plush toys of Mort (which were selling better than his plush toys) into the skunk habitat so they would be recalled. On the episode "Out of the Groove", an equally jealous Julien throws skunks at the baboons after they get more attention than he does.
* Pepper Clark from ''WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012'' is a skunk. Unlike real skunks, Pepper is capable of producing a pleasant aroma when she is happy, however she still has the typical unpleasant aroma that she can use when she's nervous, upset or just needs a weapon for whatever reason.
* The ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'' episode, "Road Hog" has a skunk named Colonel Stench, who breeds flowers and has tried unsuccessfuly for years to make a perfume that would get rid of his stench. What he created instead was hypnotic flower pollen, which Robotnik stole from him and used to hypnotize the law into arresting him and Sonic.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers'' Linda gets sprayed a by a skunk. Worth noting is that the skunk spray acts just like it does in real life, a spray of fluid from it's anus.
* In "I'm Super", an episode of ''WesternAnimation/PennZeroPartTimeHero'', the hero trio are sent to a world where EVERYONE is a superhero. It is there that Sashi becomes "Skunkwoman"! [[spoiler: Guess what her powers are!]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/CliffordTheBigRedDog'' had Cleo taunting the other dogs with ghost stories about "Wiffy the Skunk Ghost". [[CryingWolf She kept pranking them by saying he was after her]], and they finally got fed up with it and leave. Then, a ''real'' skunk shows up and she scares it and it sprays her. The others, while out looking for her, smell that she got sprayed.
-->'''Cleo''': Aww, man! P.U.!!! That is definitely ''not'' a ghost skunk! That is the ''real thing!''
* In ''Literature/MillyMolly'', the TV series, the episode Pet Day has all the children bringing their pets to school. [[note]] In case you were wondering, Milly has a mischevious cat called Marmalade, [[LovableCoward Molly]] has a cat called Tom Cat, Junior Joe has an unnamed hermit crab, Chloe has a pony named Prince, [[TheBully Humphrey]] has a Rottweiler called Zoldan who is trained to understand commands in a made-up "Martian" language, Alf has a dog with a MeaningfulName Puddles, so called because he pees on things, George has the skunk named Stinky, Jack has a goat named Roger who is a BigEater, Poppi has a tortoise called Torty, Harry has a mouse named Brian who escapes a lot. [[spoiler: Brian eventually gets a mate named Brioni]], Elizabeth has a rabbit named Mr. Cotton Bottom, and it is unknown what Sophie's pet is. [[/note]]. Several of the animals misbehave, including George's skunk Stinky, who sprays Humphrey ''twice''.
* In the Direct-to-Video Film "Bratz :Starrin' and Stylin'", after crashing their car in the woods, Jade picks up what she believes is a cat, but turns out to be a skunk that sprays three of them.
* In the "Fairly Oddparents" Episode "A Bad Case of Diary-Uh!" Timmy Turner attempts to sabotage Vicki's love life by wishing her perfume would make her stink like a skunk. The bottle turns into a live skunk that sprays her when she squeezes its nose.
* In the "My Dad the Rock Star" episode "Call of the Wild", Serenity housesits while the rest of her family goes camping. After a series of mishaps, a bunch of animals get into the house, one of which is a skunk that ends up spraying her.

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* An installment %% a cartoon? a live action?
%%* In the British preschool quiz show ''Kerwhizz'', one
of the "X-Presidents" cartoon on Robert Simgel's "TV Funhouse" shorts on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' had regular features is "Hunt the heroes teaming up with some popular cartoon characters to make [[GenreThrowback updated versions]] of the notoriously politically incorrect [[WartimeCartoon Wartime Cartoons]] of the 1940s Skunk", in which a stereotypically ugly DirtyForeigner would get harassed and humiliated. Two of these cartoons ended with a snarky skunk showing up out of nowhere, pointing at the foreigner, and groaning [[HypocriticalHumor "Pee-yew!"]]
* Dave from ''WesternAnimation/ScaredySquirrel'' is a CloudCuckoolander FatIdiot skunk but he only smells when he farts.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily'', after both of the Prouds' inlaws ended up leaving from the baptism due
teams have to inherent disagreements, Oscar is forced by Trudy to sleep in the tent (because Oscar arranged his cousin Ray-Ray to stay at their house due to wanting to hold off Trudy's relatives, there wasn't enough room in the house for Oscar, Trudy, or... well, the main occupants of the house to actually live in the house, so they were forced to set up a tent). It's raining that night. Oscar, desperately trying to make the best of the situation, tries to comfort himself by saying that its his tent as well, and that the black fluffy pillow is his. Unfortunately for him, said "black fluffy pillow" was actually a skunk that was sleeping in the tent.
* A skunk is the titular character in the ''WesternAnimation/BarneyBear'' cartoon "The Unwelcome Guest".
* On the ''WesternAnimation/SillySymphony'' "Disney/TheTortoiseAndTheHare", a pair of skunks in the audience get a bleacher all to themselves.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Casper}}'' has the friendly little ghost befriend a lonely skunk whose odor has driven the other animals away. By the end, Casper's convinced them to play together, though the others are wearing clothspins on their noses.
* On ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'' episode "Operation: Plush", a jealous
guess where King Julien throws all the plush toys of Mort (which were selling better than his plush toys) into Pong the skunk habitat so they would be recalled. On the episode "Out of the Groove", an equally jealous Julien throws skunks at the baboons after they get more attention than he does.
* Pepper Clark from ''WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012''
is a skunk. Unlike real skunks, Pepper hiding. King Pong's appearance is capable of producing always heralded by a pleasant aroma stinky green miasma. Occasionally averted when she King Pong is happy, however she still has the typical unpleasant aroma that she can use when she's nervous, upset replaced by Queen Pong or just needs a weapon for whatever reason.
* The ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'' episode, "Road Hog" has a skunk named Colonel Stench,
Princess Pong, who breeds flowers and has tried unsuccessfuly for years to make a perfume that would get rid of his stench. What he created instead was hypnotic flower pollen, which Robotnik stole from him and used to hypnotize the law into arresting him and Sonic.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers'' Linda gets sprayed a by a skunk. Worth noting is that the skunk spray acts just like it does in real life, a spray of fluid from it's anus.
* In "I'm Super", an episode of ''WesternAnimation/PennZeroPartTimeHero'', the hero trio are sent to a world where EVERYONE is a superhero. It is there that Sashi becomes "Skunkwoman"! [[spoiler: Guess what her powers are!]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/CliffordTheBigRedDog'' had Cleo taunting the other dogs with ghost stories about "Wiffy the Skunk Ghost". [[CryingWolf She kept pranking them by saying he was after her]], and they finally got fed up with it and leave. Then, a ''real'' skunk shows up and she scares it and it sprays her. The others, while out looking for her,
smell that she got sprayed.
-->'''Cleo''': Aww, man! P.U.!!! That is definitely ''not'' a ghost skunk! That is the ''real thing!''
* In ''Literature/MillyMolly'', the TV series, the episode Pet Day has all the children bringing their pets to school. [[note]] In case you were wondering, Milly has a mischevious cat called Marmalade, [[LovableCoward Molly]] has a cat called Tom Cat, Junior Joe has an unnamed hermit crab, Chloe has a pony named Prince, [[TheBully Humphrey]] has a Rottweiler called Zoldan who is trained to understand commands in a made-up "Martian" language, Alf has a dog with a MeaningfulName Puddles, so called because he pees on things, George has the skunk named Stinky, Jack has a goat named Roger who is a BigEater, Poppi has a tortoise called Torty, Harry has a mouse named Brian who escapes a lot. [[spoiler: Brian eventually gets a mate named Brioni]], Elizabeth has a rabbit named Mr. Cotton Bottom,
very nice and it is unknown what Sophie's pet is. [[/note]]. Several of the animals misbehave, including George's skunk Stinky, who sprays Humphrey ''twice''.
* In the Direct-to-Video Film "Bratz :Starrin' and Stylin'", after crashing their car in the woods, Jade picks up what she believes is
produce a cat, but turns out to be a skunk that sprays three of them.
* In the "Fairly Oddparents" Episode "A Bad Case of Diary-Uh!" Timmy Turner attempts to sabotage Vicki's love life by wishing her perfume would make her stink like a skunk. The bottle turns into a live skunk that sprays her when she squeezes its nose.
* In the "My Dad the Rock Star" episode "Call of the Wild", Serenity housesits while the rest of her family goes camping. After a series of mishaps, a bunch of animals get into the house, one of which is a skunk that ends up spraying her.
fragrant pink vapour instead.
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* In the "Fairly Oddparents" Episode "A Bad Case of Diary-Uh!" Timmy Turner attempts to sabotage Vicki's love life by wishing her perfume would make her stink like a skunk. The bottle turns into a live skunk that sprays her when she squeezes its nose.
* In the "My Dad the Rock Star" episode "Call of the Wild", Serenity housesits while the rest of her family goes camping. After a series of mishaps, a bunch of animals get into the house, one of which is a skunk that ends up spraying her.
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* In the Smell Lab scene of ''[[Ride/JourneyIntoImagination Journey into Imagination with Figment]]'' at [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Epcot]], Figment turns into a skunk and sprays the riders with the scent (which is actually the smell of burnt coffee).
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