History WesternAnimation / CowAndChicken

23rd Jul '16 4:25:35 AM BuddyBoy600alt
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* InstantWristwatch: Cow does so in ''Duck, Duck, Chicken'', and Chicken does in ''Cow's pie''.
10th Jul '16 2:22:15 PM needlessexposition
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** Don't forget "Cow's Instincts...Don't It?" where herding seems to be treated similarly to puberty or menstruation the way that Cow talks about it, though Chicken's wording might have something to do with it.
-->'''Chicken:''' It's something that happens to all young cows when they reach a certain age. It's called a herding instinct.
-->'''Cow:''' Ohh! A herding instinct! Think I'll get one?
-->'''Chicken:''' Eventually when you start commiserating. ''He pronounces it similarly to "menstruating."''
-->'''Cow:''' I think I'm getting one now!
10th Jul '16 2:06:17 PM needlessexposition
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* UnusualEuphemism: In "Chicken In The Bathroom", Cow, Mom and Dad churn out a endless supply while informing Chicken of the mass PottyEmergency he is causing.

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* UnusualEuphemism: In "Chicken In The Bathroom", Cow, Mom and Dad churn out a endless supply while informing Chicken of the mass PottyEmergency he is causing. Quite a few of those euphemisms sound less like needing to use the bathroom and more like needing to do [[ADateWithRosiePalms something else]], which is par for the course on this show.
4th Jul '16 1:52:08 PM SilverSupernova
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Though the show ended in 1999, the title character were still frequently featured in advertising for the network. In addition, Chicken ended up being one of the most prominent non-host characters for the Cartoon Cartoon Fridays bumpers.
2nd Jun '16 11:16:12 PM TheShadow
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* OneCrazyNight: "The Babysitter" takes place in one night, in which Mom and Dad go out on the town, and leave Cow in charge of babysitting Chicken; after Mom and Dad have a happy time at the Sad Club, and return to see Cow is (in their perspective) a great babysitter, they leave on the spot for an extended overseas vacation.
** "Night of the Ed" deals with Dad deciding one night that the family needs a pet, and brings home a jackal, leaving Cow and Chicken home alone with the savage (albeit miniature) beast.
24th May '16 11:15:42 AM HeroGal2347
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* WoundedHeroWeakerHelper: Exploited by the Red Guy as a ruse to expose Cow's SecretIdentity. He rings the doorbell, and Cow responds to see a Superman {{expy}} lying prone on her doorstep with a huge green rock embedded in his spine. The expy pleads for Cow's help to remove the kryptonite, but Cow defers, saying, "I'm just a widdle cow." She may have seen through Red Guy's hammy acting, or Cow may be TooDumbToFool.
8th May '16 1:30:08 PM Psi001
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* UnusualEuphemism: In "Chicken In The Bathroom", Cow, Mom and Dad churn out a endless supply while informing Chicken of the mass PottyEmergency he is causing.
17th Apr '16 12:56:07 PM morenohijazo
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* SchoolPlay: The Ugliest Weenie

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* SchoolPlay: The Ugliest WeenieWeenie.
* SeadogPegLeg: Whenever Red Guy poses as a pirate - such as Cap'n Butz Pirate - he will often tape his feet to his butt and attach peg legs to his knees; however, in "Lawnmower Chicken," he actually had peg legs, despite just being a grumpy old neighbor.
12th Apr '16 11:41:02 AM PerfumePreppy
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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: One episode, in which Cow has a crush on a boy from her school, uses horns as a metaphor for [[ACupAngst something else entirely]].

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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: One episode, The episode "Horn Envy", in which Cow has a crush on a boy from her school, uses horns as a metaphor for [[ACupAngst something else entirely]].
12th Apr '16 11:37:41 AM PerfumePreppy
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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: One episode, in which Cow has a crush on a boy from her school, uses horns as a metaphor for [[ACupAngst something else entirely]].
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