History WMG / FraggleRock

27th May '16 9:06:27 AM Gbubu
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As mentioned in [[this article {{https://www.overthinkingit.com/2009/08/14/the-transdimensional-fraggle-threat}}]].

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As mentioned in [[this this article {{https://www.[[https://www.overthinkingit.com/2009/08/14/the-transdimensional-fraggle-threat}}]].com/2009/08/14/the-transdimensional-fraggle-threat]].
27th May '16 9:06:02 AM Gbubu
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As mentioned in [[this article https://www.overthinkingit.com/2009/08/14/the-transdimensional-fraggle-threat/]].

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As mentioned in [[this article https://www.{{https://www.overthinkingit.com/2009/08/14/the-transdimensional-fraggle-threat/]].com/2009/08/14/the-transdimensional-fraggle-threat}}]].
27th May '16 9:05:40 AM Gbubu
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As mentioned in this article[[https://www.overthinkingit.com/2009/08/14/the-transdimensional-fraggle-threat/]].

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As mentioned in this article[[https://www.[[this article https://www.overthinkingit.com/2009/08/14/the-transdimensional-fraggle-threat/]].
27th May '16 9:05:20 AM Gbubu
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[[WMG: Fraggle Rock is an interdimensional nexus.]]
As mentioned in this article[[https://www.overthinkingit.com/2009/08/14/the-transdimensional-fraggle-threat/]].
18th Mar '15 7:15:39 PM nombretomado
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* Since the Third Age is supposed to be aeons in the past and ''FraggleRock'' is set in the eighties, it's more likely that Fraggles evolved from Hobbits.

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* Since the Third Age is supposed to be aeons in the past and ''FraggleRock'' ''Series/FraggleRock'' is set in the eighties, it's more likely that Fraggles evolved from Hobbits.
16th Apr '12 10:40:55 AM nombretomado
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[[WMG:The theme tune inspired DaftPunk to write Robot Rock]]

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[[WMG:The theme tune inspired DaftPunk Music/DaftPunk to write Robot Rock]]
14th Dec '11 3:08:29 AM Bushranger
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*The second part, at least, was {{Jossed}} - Cotterpin ''tried it'', wanting to become a Fraggle. It didn't work, because it was just a Doozer boogieman story.
15th Jun '11 7:12:18 AM MetasyntacticD2
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[[Beluviouses are a survival mechanism]]
"Beluvious" being the in-universe word for a Fraggle's tail-tuft, which flares out when said Fraggle is scared or startled. Beluviouses are, notably, usually the same colour as the "hair" on a Fraggle's head. This lead to the speculation (once more, on the above-mentioned forum) that it served a similar purpose to the detachable tail of a gecko, except that instead of predators latching onto and causing the loss of the entire tail, predators are simply fooled into going for the nearer fake "head" at the tip of the tail as the Fraggle turns to flee, ending up with nothing but a mouthful of fluff (and if you've ever tried to get hairs out from under your lip and between your teeth, you know how distracting this can be), which the Fraggle most likely then re-sprouts over time.

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[[Beluviouses [[WMG:Beluviouses are a survival mechanism]]
"Beluvious" being the in-universe word for a Fraggle's tail-tuft, which flares out when said Fraggle is scared or startled. Beluviouses are, notably, usually the same colour as the "hair" on a Fraggle's head. This lead to the speculation (once more, on the above-mentioned forum) that it served a similar purpose to the detachable tail of a gecko, except that instead of predators latching onto and causing the loss of the entire tail, predators are simply fooled into going for the nearer fake "head" at the tip of the tail as the Fraggle turns to flee, ending up with nothing but a mouthful of fluff (and if you've ever tried to get hairs out from under your lip and between your teeth, you know how distracting this can be), which the Fraggle most likely then re-sprouts over time.
15th Jun '11 7:10:24 AM MetasyntacticD2
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[[Beluviouses are a survival mechanism]]
"Beluvious" being the in-universe word for a Fraggle's tail-tuft, which flares out when said Fraggle is scared or startled. Beluviouses are, notably, usually the same colour as the "hair" on a Fraggle's head. This lead to the speculation (once more, on the above-mentioned forum) that it served a similar purpose to the detachable tail of a gecko, except that instead of predators latching onto and causing the loss of the entire tail, predators are simply fooled into going for the nearer fake "head" at the tip of the tail as the Fraggle turns to flee, ending up with nothing but a mouthful of fluff (and if you've ever tried to get hairs out from under your lip and between your teeth, you know how distracting this can be), which the Fraggle most likely then re-sprouts over time.
15th Jun '11 6:59:16 AM MetasyntacticD2
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[[WMG:Fraggles are [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monotreme monotremes]]]]
An idea that was also floated on the above mentioned fan forum, and based on a couple of known qualities of Fraggles, namely that they appear to have mammalian fur (and possibly beaks, much like platypi, though that's open to interpretation as it could just as easily be simply a factor of the way the puppets are designed/made), and that they supposedly lay eggs (a fact that turned up mostly in supplemental material, though the Storyteller did mention a fraggle as having been "hatched" in one episode).
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