History WesternAnimation / EekTheCat

17th Feb '18 6:31:45 AM ironballs16
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* InterspeciesRomance: Besides the number of human and extraterrestrial women (plus one giant female insect) who have thrown themselves at Eek, Sharky is implied to have a crush on Annabelle in one episode. Plus, there's Sharky's long-standing crush on the human woman, Platinum, from his favorite show, ''Patriotic Warriors''.

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* InterspeciesRomance: Besides the number of human and extraterrestrial women (plus one giant female insect) who have thrown themselves at Eek, [[BodyguardCrush Sharky is implied to have a crush on Annabelle Annabelle]] in one episode. Plus, there's Sharky's long-standing crush on the human woman, Platinum, from his favorite show, ''Patriotic Warriors''.
25th Dec '17 7:59:21 PM themisterfree
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The show later added two different segments. The first of these was ''The Terrible Thunderlizards'', which focused on a trio of dinosaurs trying to destroy a pair of oblivious cavemen, Bill and Scooter, while also fighting an evil tribe of skeletal dinosaurs called the Thugasaurs. The second was ''Klutter'', which was about a bunch of neighborhood kids and their living pile of junk and clothing. ''Klutter'' was produced by Creator/FilmRoman, with some of the creative team from ''WesternAnimation/TheCritic'' behind it (including David Silverman as the boy's dad); as opposed to ''Eek!'' and ''Thunderlizards'', which were produced by Creator/{{Nelvana}}.

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The show later added two different segments. The first of these was ''The Terrible Thunderlizards'', which focused on a trio of dinosaurs trying to destroy a pair of oblivious cavemen, Bill and Scooter, while also fighting an evil tribe of skeletal dinosaurs called the Thugasaurs. The second was ''Klutter'', which was about a bunch of neighborhood kids and their living pile of junk and clothing. ''Klutter'' was produced by Creator/FilmRoman, with some of the creative team from ''WesternAnimation/TheCritic'' behind it (including David Silverman as the boy's dad); dad), as opposed to ''Eek!'' and ''Thunderlizards'', which were produced by Creator/{{Nelvana}}.



* CardCarryingVillain: Thugo, the leader of the skeletal Thugasaurs, prides himself on being an exemplary villain. He's constantly hatching up evil schemes to destroy the Dinosaurs, dresses in a black hood, and does the EvilLaugh every other episode.

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* CardCarryingVillain: Thugo, the leader of the skeletal Thugasaurs, prides himself on being an exemplary villain. He's constantly hatching up evil schemes to destroy the Dinosaurs, dinosaurs, dresses in a black hood, and does the an EvilLaugh every other episode.



* CastAsAMask: [[spoiler:Zoltar (Brad Garret)]] in two different episodes. The first time, ''Eek Vs. The Flying Saucers'', his disguised voice was provided by Jaid Barrymore ([[Creator/DrewBarrymore Drew's Mom]]). The second time, ''Eekscalibur'', his disguised voice was provided by Cam Clarke.

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* CastAsAMask: [[spoiler:Zoltar (Brad Garret)]] in two different episodes. The first time, ''Eek Vs. The Flying Saucers'', his disguised voice was provided by Jaid Barrymore ([[Creator/DrewBarrymore Drew's Mom]]).mom]]). The second time, ''Eekscalibur'', his disguised voice was provided by Cam Clarke.
29th Nov '17 12:53:55 PM PerpetualScold
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* BigBad: Zoltar essentially serves as one for the Eek segments: constantly trying to destroy the Earth (often using Annabelle as a tool), only to be foiled by Eek and crew. However, he was only a recurring threat and wasn't seen much. The Thunderlizards, meanwhile, had the Thugasaur's leader Thugo.

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* BigBad: Zoltar essentially serves as one for the Eek segments: constantly trying to destroy the Earth (often using Annabelle as a tool), battery), only to be foiled by Eek and crew. However, he was only a recurring threat and wasn't seen much. The Thunderlizards, meanwhile, had the Thugasaur's leader Thugo.
27th Nov '17 9:55:19 AM ironballs16
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* EvilLawyerJoke: The MusicalEpisode ends with the villains [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_zRjzIwYbY releasing the lawyers]], who only back down when they meet Sharky, who's just as vicious as them.

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* EvilLawyerJoke: The MusicalEpisode ends with the villains [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_zRjzIwYbY releasing the lawyers]], who only back down when they meet Sharky, who's just "just as vicious awful as them.them".
27th Nov '17 9:54:43 AM ironballs16
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* TalkingToHerself: Creator/ElizabethDaily in "Quadrapedia" voiced Pam and Polly, the villains of the episode.
27th Nov '17 9:51:06 AM ironballs16
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* EvilLawyerJoke: The MusicalEpisode ends with the villains [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_zRjzIwYbY releasing the lawyers]], who only back down when they meet Sharky, who's just as vicious as them.



* MindScrew: The ending of "Fatal Eektraction," in which TheReveal is that [[spoiler: Alice is actually Sharkella, Sharkey's [[LongLostRelative long lost twin sister]]]]... only for the trio to walk out of the movie commenting on the predictable plot twist, and Alice reveals that she's actually [[spoiler: Sharkey's twin ''brother'', before revealing it's a joke.]]

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* MindScrew: The ending of "Fatal Eektraction," in which TheReveal is that [[spoiler: Alice is actually Sharkella, Sharkey's Sharky's [[LongLostRelative long lost twin sister]]]]... only for the trio to walk out of the movie commenting on the predictable plot twist, and Alice reveals that she's actually [[spoiler: Sharkey's Sharky's twin ''brother'', before revealing it's a joke.]]
27th Nov '17 9:48:45 AM ironballs16
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* WholePlotReference: "Fatal Eektraction" to the [[Film/FatalAttraction almost identical film name]].
27th Nov '17 9:44:51 AM ironballs16
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27th Nov '17 9:43:24 AM ironballs16
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* MindScrew: The ending of "Fatal Eektraction," in which TheReveal is that [[spoiler: Alice is actually Sharkella, Sharkey's [[LongLostRelative long lost twin sister]]]]... only for the trio to walk out of the movie commenting on the predictable plot twist, and Alice reveals that she's actually [[spoiler: Sharkey's twin ''brother'', before removing that mask with a "JustKidding".]]

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* MindScrew: The ending of "Fatal Eektraction," in which TheReveal is that [[spoiler: Alice is actually Sharkella, Sharkey's [[LongLostRelative long lost twin sister]]]]... only for the trio to walk out of the movie commenting on the predictable plot twist, and Alice reveals that she's actually [[spoiler: Sharkey's twin ''brother'', before removing that mask with revealing it's a "JustKidding".joke.]]
27th Nov '17 9:42:57 AM ironballs16
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* MindScrew: The ending of "Fatal Eektraction," in which TheReveal is that [[spoiler: Alice is actually Sharkella, Sharkey's [[LongLostRelative long lost twin sister]]]]... only for the trio to walk out of the movie commenting on the predictable plot twist, and Alice reveals that she's actually [[spoiler: Sharkey's twin ''brother''.]]

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* MindScrew: The ending of "Fatal Eektraction," in which TheReveal is that [[spoiler: Alice is actually Sharkella, Sharkey's [[LongLostRelative long lost twin sister]]]]... only for the trio to walk out of the movie commenting on the predictable plot twist, and Alice reveals that she's actually [[spoiler: Sharkey's twin ''brother''.''brother'', before removing that mask with a "JustKidding".]]
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