History WesternAnimation / LittleBill

1st Feb '17 7:29:04 PM tyrekecorrea
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* CrossReferencedTitles: The end of "The Bills Go to Work" foreshadows the episode "Dad Goes to School." Both episodes feature Bill explaining his work.



* ParrotExposition: Every title is said by one of the adults and then Little Bill and/or his friends will repeat it.

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* ParrotExposition: Every The title of almost every episode is said by one of the adults adults, and then Little Bill and/or his friends or siblings will repeat it.it. The exception is The No-Talking Contest; Bill is accompanied by April, Bobby, and Little Bill, who silently exchange stubborn glances.
20th Sep '16 3:57:09 PM legoking831
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* TheQuietGame: "The No-Talking Contest" involves all three of the kids being disruptive while trying to do their chores, so Bill suggests to start one of these to help them be productive. [[spoiler:It ends up spiraling out of control enough that it continues even after they finish their chores, and ends up being problematic after Robert's watch falls in the trash, and nearly taken to the dump until Bill makes a last-minute attempt to break the rules and say something about it.]]
19th Aug '16 11:22:17 AM dsneybuf
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* AudienceWhatAudience: The end of each show has Little Bill recap highlights from the stories, until one of the adults or older kids asks, "Little Bill, who are you talking to?"



* MetaGuy: At the end of every episode Little Bill sums up [[AnAesop the episode's aesop]] [[BreakingTheFourthWall to the viewers]], prompting a member of his family to ask him who he's talking to.

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* MetaGuy: At the end of every episode Little Bill sums up [[AnAesop the episode's aesop]] [[BreakingTheFourthWall to the viewers]], prompting a member of his family to ask him [[AudienceWhatAudience who he's talking to.]]
19th Aug '16 11:20:49 AM dsneybuf
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* AudienceWhatAudience: The end of each episode.

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* AudienceWhatAudience: The end of each episode.show has Little Bill recap highlights from the stories, until one of the adults or older kids asks, "Little Bill, who are you talking to?"
19th Aug '16 11:19:04 AM dsneybuf
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'''''Little Bill''''' is a book series by Creator/BillCosby, which later became an animated children's show created by Cosby and Chris(tine) Nee (''WesternAnimation/DocMcStuffins''). The show aired on Nick Jr from 1999 to 2004. It stars William Glover Jr., or "Little Bill" for short, an inquisitive and imaginative 5-year-old living in Philadelphia. He lives with his father "Big Bill", mother Brenda, and siblings Robert and April. He also has a pet hamster named Elephant. There is also Little Bill's great-grandmother "Alice the Great", who often teaches him life lessons.

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'''''Little Bill''''' is a book series by Creator/BillCosby, which later became an animated children's show created by Cosby and Chris(tine) Nee (''WesternAnimation/DocMcStuffins''). The show aired on Nick Jr Creator/NickJr from 1999 to 2004. It stars William Glover Jr., or "Little Bill" for short, an inquisitive and imaginative 5-year-old living in Philadelphia. He lives with his father "Big Bill", mother Brenda, and siblings Robert and April. He also has a pet hamster named Elephant. There is also Little Bill's great-grandmother "Alice the Great", who often teaches him life lessons.
19th Aug '16 11:18:29 AM dsneybuf
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'''''Little Bill''''' is an animated children's show created by Creator/BillCosby and Chris(tine) Nee (''WesternAnimation/DocMcStuffins'') which aired on Nick Jr from 1999 to 2004. It stars William Glover Jr., or "Little Bill" for short, an inquisitive and imaginative 5-year-old living in Philadelphia. He lives with his father "Big Bill", mother Brenda, and siblings Robert and April. He also has a pet hamster named Elephant. There is also Little Bill's great-grandmother "Alice the Great", who often teaches him life lessons.

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'''''Little Bill''''' is a book series by Creator/BillCosby, which later became an animated children's show created by Creator/BillCosby Cosby and Chris(tine) Nee (''WesternAnimation/DocMcStuffins'') which (''WesternAnimation/DocMcStuffins''). The show aired on Nick Jr from 1999 to 2004. It stars William Glover Jr., or "Little Bill" for short, an inquisitive and imaginative 5-year-old living in Philadelphia. He lives with his father "Big Bill", mother Brenda, and siblings Robert and April. He also has a pet hamster named Elephant. There is also Little Bill's great-grandmother "Alice the Great", who often teaches him life lessons.
27th Dec '15 3:49:43 PM watchfullkittycat32
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* ArgumentOfContradictions: Little Bill and Andrew have one in "Copy Cat" over if Little Bill is a copy cat or not because he wanted to be a rooster like Andrew.
17th Jul '15 1:03:02 PM watchfullkittycat32
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* UnwantedAssistance: In the episode "Monty Joins The Class", Monty is joining Little Bill's class and Little Bill decides to be his "super helper" which Monty agrees to. However, Little Bill takes it literally and he talks for Monty, doesn't let Monty try and get a fish from a fish game, and takes a dump truck that Monty is playing with to show him. This causes Monty to not want to play with Little Bill. That night, Alice The Great offers to help Little Bill with his pajama shirt but little Bill claims that he doesn't need it. She helps Little Bill learn that Monty can do things for himself too and he apologizes to Monty the next day.

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* UnwantedAssistance: In the episode "Monty Joins The Class", Monty is joining Little Bill's class and Little Bill decides to be his "super helper" which Monty agrees to. However, Little Bill takes it literally and he talks for Monty, doesn't let Monty try and get a fish from a fish game, and takes a dump truck that Monty is playing with to show him.him how it works. This causes Monty to not want to play with Little Bill. That night, Alice The Great offers to help Little Bill with his pajama shirt but little Little Bill claims that he doesn't need it. She helps Little Bill learn that Monty can do things for himself too and he apologizes to Monty the next day.
7th Jul '15 4:09:13 PM watchfullkittycat32
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* BeachEpisode: "A Day at the Beach."



* ChekhovsGunman: Dr. Winthrop Klinkscales is introduced as Ms. Murray's fiance, and he is said to work at the children's hospital. Guess who is charged with treating Little Bill's broken arm in a later episode.

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* CampingEpisode: "The Campout" and "Going Camping."
* ChekhovsGunman: Dr. Winthrop Klinkscales is introduced as Ms. Murray's fiance, and he is said to work at the children's hospital. Guess who is charged with treating Little Bill's broken arm in a later episode. episode?


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* UnwantedAssistance: In the episode "Monty Joins The Class", Monty is joining Little Bill's class and Little Bill decides to be his "super helper" which Monty agrees to. However, Little Bill takes it literally and he talks for Monty, doesn't let Monty try and get a fish from a fish game, and takes a dump truck that Monty is playing with to show him. This causes Monty to not want to play with Little Bill. That night, Alice The Great offers to help Little Bill with his pajama shirt but little Bill claims that he doesn't need it. She helps Little Bill learn that Monty can do things for himself too and he apologizes to Monty the next day.
25th Feb '15 4:55:12 PM watchfullkittycat32
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* {{Forgiveness}}: "When Friends Get Mad"'s moral. In the episode, Kiku accidentally ruins Little Bill's picture by spilling water on it. She apologizes but Little Bill retaliates by crumpling up her picture on purpose. He refuses to apologize to her and has to sit in time out. At home, his parents help him understand that what Kiku did was an accident and she didn't mean to. The next day, Little Bill apologizes for what he did and Kiku did it.

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* {{Forgiveness}}: "When Friends Get Mad"'s Mad"s moral. In the episode, Kiku accidentally ruins Little Bill's picture by spilling water on it. She apologizes but Little Bill retaliates by crumpling up her picture on purpose. He refuses to apologize to her and has to sit in time out. At home, his parents help him understand that what Kiku did was an accident and she didn't mean to. The next day, Little Bill apologizes for what he did and Kiku did it.they become friends again.
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