History WesternAnimation / CapitolCritters

23rd Dec '17 11:02:01 AM nombretomado
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''Capitol Critters'' is an animated television series created by Nat Mauldin, Creator/StevenBochco & Michael Wagner and produced by Creator/HannaBarbera. It chronicles the lives of mice, rats and roaches who reside in the basement and walls of the White House in UsefulNotes/WashingtonDC. The series was produced by Steven Bochco Productions and Creator/HannaBarbera Productions in association with TwentiethCenturyFox Television for the Creator/{{ABC}} Television Network, which aired seven out of the show's 13 episodes from January 31 to March 14, 1992. Creator/CartoonNetwork began airing all 13 episodes in 1995.

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''Capitol Critters'' is an animated television series created by Nat Mauldin, Creator/StevenBochco & Michael Wagner and produced by Creator/HannaBarbera. It chronicles the lives of mice, rats and roaches who reside in the basement and walls of the White House in UsefulNotes/WashingtonDC. The series was produced by Steven Bochco Productions and Creator/HannaBarbera Productions in association with TwentiethCenturyFox Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox Television for the Creator/{{ABC}} Television Network, which aired seven out of the show's 13 episodes from January 31 to March 14, 1992. Creator/CartoonNetwork began airing all 13 episodes in 1995.
26th Oct '17 11:27:45 AM RedScharlach
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* DeadpanSnarker: Several characters but Max, Trixie and Jammet stand out.

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* DeadpanSnarker: Several characters but Max, Trixie and Jammet Jammett stand out.



* VicePresidentWho: In the first episode the mice and rats who live in the White House are surprised when two cats are brought in to try to catch them. (They're suprised because "they got dogs, they can't get cats, [[AnimalJingoism cats and dogs hate each other]].") The one with the collar tag "P" is heroicly built (for a non-anthopomorphic cat) and aggressive; the one with the collar tag "VP" is a pathetic loser who couldn't catch a cold and within seconds of his first appearance trips on his own tie.
* WomenAreWiser: Subverted. Berkley and Trixie are usually more level-headed than Max, Muggle and Jammet, but make their fair share of mistakes.

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* VicePresidentWho: In the first episode the mice and rats who live in the White House are surprised when two cats are brought in to try to catch them. (They're suprised surprised because "they got dogs, they can't get cats, [[AnimalJingoism cats and dogs hate each other]].") The one with the collar tag "P" is heroicly heroically built (for a non-anthopomorphic non-anthropomorphic cat) and aggressive; the one with the collar tag "VP" is a pathetic loser who couldn't catch a cold and within seconds of his first appearance trips on his own tie.
* WomenAreWiser: Subverted. Berkley and Trixie are usually more level-headed than Max, Muggle and Jammet, Jammett, but make their fair share of mistakes.
2nd Jun '17 3:16:27 AM DarkStorm
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* HalfDressedCartoonAnimal
* HumansAreBastards

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* HalfDressedCartoonAnimal
HalfDressedCartoonAnimal: Most of the characters, regardless of gender. A few (like Trixie) are [[FullyDressedCartoonAnimal fully dressed]], and characters kept as pets (like the two cats and the hamster in the final episode) tend to be {{accessory wearing cartoon animal}}s instead.
* HumansAreBastardsHumansAreBastards: What little we see of them involves them treating the main cast... well, like unwanted vermin.
30th Jun '16 12:17:48 PM NWolfman
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''Capitol Critters'' is an animated television series created by Nat Mauldin, Creator/StevenBochco & Michael Wagner and produced by Creator/HannahBarbara. It chronicles the lives of mice, rats and roaches who reside in the basement and walls of the White House in UsefulNotes/WashingtonDC. The series was produced by Steven Bochco Productions and Creator/HannaBarbera Productions in association with TwentiethCenturyFox Television for the Creator/{{ABC}} Television Network, which aired seven out of the show's 13 episodes from January 31 to March 14, 1992. Creator/CartoonNetwork began airing all 13 episodes in 1995.

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''Capitol Critters'' is an animated television series created by Nat Mauldin, Creator/StevenBochco & Michael Wagner and produced by Creator/HannahBarbara.Creator/HannaBarbera. It chronicles the lives of mice, rats and roaches who reside in the basement and walls of the White House in UsefulNotes/WashingtonDC. The series was produced by Steven Bochco Productions and Creator/HannaBarbera Productions in association with TwentiethCenturyFox Television for the Creator/{{ABC}} Television Network, which aired seven out of the show's 13 episodes from January 31 to March 14, 1992. Creator/CartoonNetwork began airing all 13 episodes in 1995.
30th Jun '16 12:17:39 PM NWolfman
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''Capitol Critters'' is an animated television series created by Nat Mauldin, Creator/StevenBochco & Michael Wagner and produced by Creator/HannaBarbara. It chronicles the lives of mice, rats and roaches who reside in the basement and walls of the White House in UsefulNotes/WashingtonDC. The series was produced by Steven Bochco Productions and Creator/HannaBarbera Productions in association with TwentiethCenturyFox Television for the Creator/{{ABC}} Television Network, which aired seven out of the show's 13 episodes from January 31 to March 14, 1992. Creator/CartoonNetwork began airing all 13 episodes in 1995.

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''Capitol Critters'' is an animated television series created by Nat Mauldin, Creator/StevenBochco & Michael Wagner and produced by Creator/HannaBarbara.Creator/HannahBarbara. It chronicles the lives of mice, rats and roaches who reside in the basement and walls of the White House in UsefulNotes/WashingtonDC. The series was produced by Steven Bochco Productions and Creator/HannaBarbera Productions in association with TwentiethCenturyFox Television for the Creator/{{ABC}} Television Network, which aired seven out of the show's 13 episodes from January 31 to March 14, 1992. Creator/CartoonNetwork began airing all 13 episodes in 1995.
30th Jun '16 12:17:25 PM NWolfman
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''Capitol Critters'' is an animated television series created by Nat Mauldin, Creator/StevenBochco and Michael Wagner about the lives of mice, rats and roaches who reside in the basement and walls of the White House in UsefulNotes/WashingtonDC. The series was produced by Steven Bochco Productions and Creator/HannaBarbera Productions in association with TwentiethCenturyFox Television for the Creator/{{ABC}} Television Network, which aired seven out of the show's 13 episodes from January 31 to March 14, 1992. Creator/CartoonNetwork began airing all 13 episodes in 1995.

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''Capitol Critters'' is an animated television series created by Nat Mauldin, Creator/StevenBochco and & Michael Wagner about and produced by Creator/HannaBarbara. It chronicles the lives of mice, rats and roaches who reside in the basement and walls of the White House in UsefulNotes/WashingtonDC. The series was produced by Steven Bochco Productions and Creator/HannaBarbera Productions in association with TwentiethCenturyFox Television for the Creator/{{ABC}} Television Network, which aired seven out of the show's 13 episodes from January 31 to March 14, 1992. Creator/CartoonNetwork began airing all 13 episodes in 1995.
23rd Jan '16 4:48:04 PM nombretomado
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Justified, as this was an adult cartoon that looked as if it could be for kids (like ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''). The show later reran on Creator/CartoonNetwork late at night in its pre-AdultSwim days.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Justified, as this was an adult cartoon that looked as if it could be for kids (like ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''). The show later reran on Creator/CartoonNetwork late at night in its pre-AdultSwim pre-Creator/AdultSwim days.
26th Oct '15 7:55:39 PM TyVulpine
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This show was one of a trio (joining ''Family Dog'' and ''WesternAnimation/FishPolice'') of animated shows from the Big Three networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) trying to cash in on the early 1990s success of FOX's ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' by making a primetime animated show that looked like Saturday morning fare, but had social satire and adult themes. For better or worse, all three shows barely made it to season two and, outside of being considered cult classics today, aren't remembered fondly (or at all). ''The Simpsons'' even had a sight gag on their third "WesternAnimation/TreehouseOfHorror" episode where this cartoon, along with ''Family Dog'' and ''Fish Police'' are seen on gravestones at the pet cemetary.

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This show was one of a trio (joining ''Family Dog'' and ''WesternAnimation/FishPolice'') of animated shows from the Big Three networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) trying to cash in on the early 1990s success of FOX's ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' by making a primetime animated show that looked like Saturday morning fare, but had social satire and adult themes. For better or worse, all three shows barely made it to season two and, outside of being considered cult classics today, aren't remembered fondly (or at all). ''The Simpsons'' even had a sight gag on their third "WesternAnimation/TreehouseOfHorror" episode where this cartoon, along with ''Family Dog'' and ''Fish Police'' are seen on gravestones at the pet cemetary.
3rd Oct '15 1:33:42 AM C2
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This show was one of a trio (joining ''Family Dog'' and ''WesternAnimation/FishPolice'') of animated shows from the Big Three networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) trying to cash in on the early 1990s success of FOX's ''The Simpsons'' by making a primetime animated show that looked like Saturday morning fare, but had social satire and adult themes. For better or worse, all three shows barely made it to season two and, outside of being considered cult classics today, aren't remembered fondly (or at all). ''The Simpsons'' even had a sight gag on their third "Treehouse of Horror" episode where this cartoon, along with ''Family Dog'' and ''Fish Police'' are seen on gravestones at the pet cemetary.

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This show was one of a trio (joining ''Family Dog'' and ''WesternAnimation/FishPolice'') of animated shows from the Big Three networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) trying to cash in on the early 1990s success of FOX's ''The Simpsons'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' by making a primetime animated show that looked like Saturday morning fare, but had social satire and adult themes. For better or worse, all three shows barely made it to season two and, outside of being considered cult classics today, aren't remembered fondly (or at all). ''The Simpsons'' even had a sight gag on their third "Treehouse of Horror" "WesternAnimation/TreehouseOfHorror" episode where this cartoon, along with ''Family Dog'' and ''Fish Police'' are seen on gravestones at the pet cemetary.
30th Jun '15 7:21:05 AM Morgenthaler
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