History WesternAnimation / AngryBirdsToons

9th Mar '17 6:10:31 AM LegoLover58
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* ProductPlacement: The first few episodes had some less than subtle advertising from McDonald's.

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* ProductPlacement: The first few episodes of Season 2 had some less than subtle advertising from McDonald's.''Restaurant/McDonald's''.
9th Mar '17 6:09:27 AM LegoLover58
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* ProductPlacement: The first few episodes had some less than subtle advertising from McDonald's.
23rd Dec '16 11:38:29 AM Eggy0
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** In "Stalker", King Pig pulls out a book with a Magazine/{{Playboy}}-esque logo on it. The book itself has innocent content, though.
12th Nov '16 12:58:12 PM Basara-kun
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''Angry Birds Toons'' is an animated series of shorts based on the ''VideoGame/AngryBirds'' video game series.

It follows the everyday lives of the titular birds and their enemies, the Bad Piggies.

The series premiered in March 2013 and has 52 planned episodes and 4 seasons, with a new episode being released every Sunday. It can be watched in some of Rovio's apps as well as on [[https://www.toons.tv/ ToonsTV]].

The character sheet can be found [[Characters/AngryBirds here]].

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''Angry Birds Toons'' is an animated series of shorts based on the ''VideoGame/AngryBirds'' video game series.

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series, it follows the everyday lives of the titular birds and their enemies, the Bad Piggies.

VideoGame/BadPiggies. It's considerated something like TheAnimeOfTheGame. It's the first official AdaptationExpansion of the game series and the second after [[WesternAnimation/TheAngryBirdsMovie the movie of the game]] released on 2016. ''Toons'' uses SaturdayMorningCartoon style and every chapter doesn't last 3 minutes (the average time is 2:30 aprox.)

The series also have a couple of SpinOff series that use totally different kind of animation: ''WesternAnimation/PiggyTales'' (and its {{sequel}} ''WesternAnimation/PigsAtWork''), focused on Piggies which was made with StopMotion[=/=]{{Claymation}} and ''Angry Birds: Stella'' that uses CGI graphics, starred by the GirlyGirl pink bird of the same name and as an adaptation of the spin-off game of the same name.

The series premiered in March 2013 and has 52 planned episodes and 4 seasons, with a new episode being released every Sunday. It can be watched in some of Rovio's apps as well as on [[https://www.toons.tv/ ToonsTV]].

ToonsTV]]. Since 2016, Creator/{{Netflix}} starts to compile this series into 14-minute chapters, that have 3 episodes of ''Toons'', one of ''Stella'' and 2 of ''Piggy Tales''.

Also see ''WesternAnimation/PiggyTales'', which has its own page as well ''WesternAnimation/PigsAtWork'' (both PagesNeedingWikiMagic) with their [[Recap/PiggyTales Recap]] [[Recap/PigsAtWork pages]].
The character sheet can be found [[Characters/AngryBirds here]].here]].


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* BrawnHilda: Matilda.
7th Nov '16 7:22:42 AM dlchen145
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* {{Badass}}: Hambo is very tough and [[{{Determinator}} determined]] for a pig; surpassing all the other pigs in Corporal Pig's obstacle course. However, he is still just as dumb as any other pig.
19th May '16 4:18:29 PM mrSonic056
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* CarnivoreConfusion: In "Stalker", The pigs are seen standing in line for a hot dog at a hot dog stand.

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* CarnivoreConfusion: In "Stalker", The pigs are seen standing in line for a hot dog at a hot dog stand.stand. However, since hot dogs are made from pork, it really makes you want to wonder.
14th May '16 12:42:23 PM N.Harmonik
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* "Pig Possesed"

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* "Pig Possesed"Possessed"



* BrainsAndBrawn: Bomb and Terrence respectively.
* [[BrattyHalfPint Bratty Half Pints]]: the Blues

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* BrainsAndBrawn: Bomb and Terrence Terence respectively.
* [[BrattyHalfPint Bratty Half Pints]]: the BluesThe Blues.



* CardboardPrison: "Hamshank Redemption" subverts it at first. In the episode, a pig tries to escape from a prison many times, but is caught every time he tries. [[spoiler: this subversion becomes a double subversion when the pig finally escapes using another pig's flying hat.]]

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* CardboardPrison: "Hamshank Redemption" subverts it at first. In the episode, a pig tries to escape from a prison many times, but is caught every time he tries. [[spoiler: this [[spoiler:This subversion becomes a double subversion when the pig finally escapes using another pig's flying hat.]]



* ContaminationSituation: "Bird Flu"; the Blues are sick with a really contagious disease that spreads to Matilda and Red in a matter of ''seconds''. By the end of the episode, [[spoiler: everyone in the episode gets infected]]. Luckily, Matilda [[spoiler:uses medicine to cure the flock]] halfway through the episode. This sets the episode up for an epic ending.

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* ContaminationSituation: "Bird Flu"; the Blues are sick with a really contagious disease that spreads to Matilda and Red in a matter of ''seconds''. By the end of the episode, [[spoiler: everyone [[spoiler:everyone in the episode gets infected]]. Luckily, Matilda [[spoiler:uses medicine to cure the flock]] halfway through the episode. This sets the episode up for an epic ending.



* TheDogBitesBack: One of the Blues plays a very literal example "A Pig's Best Friend" after being captured. He does this by pretending to be King Pig's dog and terrorizthe ing him in ways that a disobedient (or untrained) dog would terrorize his/her owner. However, he does not actually kill King Pig as the trope suggests. He just gives him several AmusingInjuries.

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* TheDogBitesBack: One of the Blues plays a very literal example "A Pig's Best Friend" after being captured. He does this by pretending to be King Pig's dog and terrorizthe ing terrorizing him in ways that a disobedient (or untrained) dog would terrorize his/her owner. However, he does not actually kill King Pig as the trope suggests. He just gives him several AmusingInjuries.



* DudeWheresMyReward: In "The Bird That Cried Pig", Chuck and Bomb rescue the eggs from some pigs. The other birds give all of the credit to Bomb, and Chuck is not happy about it. When Chuck [[spoiler:rescues the eggs after a [[EngineeredHeroics fake rescue]] gone wrong, Bomb recieves credit for it even though he didn't do anything.]] (See EngineeredHeroics below)

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* DudeWheresMyReward: In "The Bird That Cried Pig", Chuck and Bomb rescue the eggs from some pigs. The other birds give all of the credit to Bomb, and Chuck is not happy about it. When Chuck [[spoiler:rescues the eggs after a [[EngineeredHeroics fake rescue]] gone wrong, Bomb recieves receives credit for it even though he didn't do anything.]] (See EngineeredHeroics below)



* EngineeredHeroics: In "The Bird That Cried Pig", Chuck recieves no credit for his part in a successful egg rescue (see DudeWheresMyReward above). In response, he hides the eggs in the nearby grass so it seems that the pigs stole them. When he "notices" that they have been stolen, he goes into the grass to retrieve the eggs, only to see that [[spoiler:the pigs took them out of his hiding place and are on the run. He then [[OneManArmy singlehandedly defeats a whole army of pigs]]. As he approaches the nest with the eggs, he trips and loses his grip on the eggs, which land in front of Bomb. [[AccidentalHero Bomb recieves all the credit for "finding" the eggs]], when it was actually Chuck who saved them.]]

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* EngineeredHeroics: In "The Bird That Cried Pig", Chuck recieves receives no credit for his part in a successful egg rescue (see DudeWheresMyReward above). In response, he hides the eggs in the nearby grass so it seems that the pigs stole them. When he "notices" that they have been stolen, he goes into the grass to retrieve the eggs, only to see that [[spoiler:the pigs took them out of his hiding place and are on the run. He then [[OneManArmy singlehandedly defeats a whole army of pigs]]. As he approaches the nest with the eggs, he trips and loses his grip on the eggs, which land in front of Bomb. [[AccidentalHero Bomb recieves all the credit for "finding" the eggs]], when it was actually Chuck who saved them.]]



** {{Tagalong Kid}}s: The Blues[[note]]Originally, {{The Lancer}}s in most of their game apperances.[[/note]]

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** {{Tagalong Kid}}s: The Blues[[note]]Originally, {{The Lancer}}s in most of their game apperances.appearances.[[/note]]



** At the end of "Joy to the Pigs" Terrence gives King Pig a poodle toy. Guess what causes a ton of mayhem in the next episode?
* NotSoForgottenBirthday: In "Another Birthday", it's a pig's birthday, but no one seems to notice or care. [[spoiler:At the end of the day, he goes home unhappy, only to find out that all the other pigs had a surprise party waiting for him.]]
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar:

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** At the end of "Joy to the Pigs" Terrence Terence gives King Pig a poodle toy. Guess what causes a ton of mayhem in the next episode?
* NotSoForgottenBirthday: In "Another Birthday", it's a pig's birthday, but no one seems to notice or care. [[spoiler:At the end of the day, he goes home unhappy, only to find out that all the other pigs had a surprise party waiting for him.]]
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
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--> "oops." (said by Chuck after accidentally causing Red to be struck by lightning at the end of "Thunder Chuck")

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--> "oops."Oops." (said by Chuck after accidentally causing Red to be struck by lightning at the end of "Thunder Chuck")



* NotSoForgottenBirthday: In "Another Birthday", it's a pig's birthday, but no one seems to notice or care. [[spoiler:At the end of the day, he goes home unhappy, only to find out that all the other pigs had a surprise party waiting for him.]]



* PaperThinDisguise: In "True Blue?", pig crudely disguises himself as a bluebird to get the eggs. The Blues look at him long and hard, but they fall for it. [[spoiler:Subverted in that the Blues knew all along he was a pig and were messing with him before flinging him over the horizon by slingshot]].
** One pig comes extremely close to stealing the eggs while disguised as [[spoiler:a pumpkin]] in "Green Pig Soup". [[spoiler:Subverted when Matilda notices at the last second]]

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* PaperThinDisguise: In "True Blue?", a pig crudely disguises himself as a bluebird to get the eggs. The Blues look at him long and hard, but they fall for it. [[spoiler:Subverted in that the Blues knew all along he was a pig and were messing with him before flinging him over the horizon by slingshot]].
** One pig comes extremely close to stealing the eggs while disguised as [[spoiler:a pumpkin]] in "Green Pig Soup". [[spoiler:Subverted when Matilda notices at the last second]]second.]]
13th May '16 2:30:53 PM CartoonFan2009
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* "Toyhoggers"

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* "Toyhoggers""Toy Hoggers"
8th May '16 11:20:31 AM CartoonFan2009
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* "Toyhoggers"
3rd May '16 2:28:43 PM CartoonFan2009
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* "Bake On!"
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