History WesternAnimation / OggyAndTheCockroaches

5th Jan '18 8:53:38 PM N.Harmonik
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** Lady K gets a rather large BalloonBelly in ''Shoplifting'' when she eats a inhumane amount of food.

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** Lady K gets a rather large BalloonBelly in ''Shoplifting'' when she eats a an inhumane amount of food.
3rd Jan '18 9:41:08 AM MadRedX12
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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: Six words. '''''Real cockroaches have exoskeletons, not endoskeletons.'''''

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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: Six words.words, one comma. '''''Real cockroaches have exoskeletons, not endoskeletons.'''''



* BalloonBelly: The cockroaches once filled Oggy's belly with helium, leading [[ViewerGenderConfusion Oggy to believe he was pregnant.]]

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* BalloonBelly: BalloonBelly:
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The plot of ''Nine Months And Counting'' is that the cockroaches once filled fill Oggy's belly with helium, leading [[ViewerGenderConfusion Oggy to believe he was is pregnant.]]]]
** In ''Fancy a Pizza?'', this happens to Joey when he eats a lot of ketchup.
** Lady K gets a rather large BalloonBelly in ''Shoplifting'' when she eats a inhumane amount of food.
** Exploited in ''Laughing Gas'' when Jack blows himself up into a balloon to stop Oggy from crashing into a wall.
2nd Nov '17 2:16:06 PM N.Harmonik
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* {{Bowdlerise}}: Some season 3 episodes have been remastered, though not as much as the season 1 and 2 episodes. A big change, however, is that firearms now shoot plungers instead of bullets and female characters with large breasts have been either drawn with less revealing clothing or replaced with different characters entirely. A notable one is "Formula 1", wherein two cheerleaders were replaced with Oggy's sister and grandmother and the BikerBabe that Jack was talking to was replaced with '''''Olivia'''''.



* TheBusCameBack: Stanley, who only appeared as a OneShotCharacter in "The Outsider", makes a [[TheCameo cameo]] appearance in "Living Carrots".
** The Tooth Fairy, who also appeared as a OneShotCharacter in "Tooth Good to be True", makes a [[TheCameo cameo]] appearance in "Chatter Box". Coincidentally, both characters happen to be mice.

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* TheBusCameBack: TheBusCameBack:
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Stanley, who only appeared as a OneShotCharacter in "The Outsider", makes a [[TheCameo cameo]] appearance in "Living Carrots".
** The Tooth Fairy, Mouse, who also appeared as a OneShotCharacter in "Tooth Good to be True", makes a [[TheCameo cameo]] appearance in "Chatter Box". Coincidentally, both characters happen to be mice.



* {{Gainaxing}}: The BikerBabe from "Formula 1". Complete with sloshing sounds.

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* {{Gainaxing}}: The BikerBabe from the old version of "Formula 1". Complete 1", complete with sloshing sounds.



* SeriesContinuityError: Very likely PlayedForLaughs.
** Oggy and Jack ''both'' have a fear of heights--each of these fears are just shown in two different episodes.[[labelnote:Specifically...]]"High Rise Nightmare" and "The Lighthouse Keeper", respectively.[[/labelnote]]
** Monica is sometimes depicted as Oggy's twin sister or his old friend (at least, in the Hindi version, anyway).



* SurprisinglyHappyEnding: Any episode where Oggy and/or Jack triumph in the end.
** Episodes where both sides ''win'' in the end.
* SympatheticInspectorAntagonist: Pink-nose Cop and the inspector from "The Fugitive".



* SeriesContinuityError: Very likely PlayedForLaughs.
** Oggy and Jack ''both'' have a fear of heights--each of these fears are just shown in two different episodes.[[labelnote:Specifically...]]"High Rise Nightmare" and "The Lighthouse Keeper", respectively.[[/labelnote]]
** Monica is sometimes depicted as Oggy's twin sister or his old friend (at least, in the Hindi version, anyway).

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* SeriesContinuityError: Very likely PlayedForLaughs.
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SuperstitionEpisode: In the 13th episode, Oggy and becomes terrified of bad luck when he discovers the current day is Friday the 13th. Naturally, the cockroaches take advantage of this.
* SurprisinglyHappyEnding: Any episode where Oggy and/or
Jack ''both'' have a fear of heights--each of these fears are just shown triumph in two different episodes.[[labelnote:Specifically...]]"High Rise Nightmare" the end.
** Episodes where both sides ''win'' in the end.
* SympatheticInspectorAntagonist: Pink-nose Cop
and the inspector from "The Lighthouse Keeper", respectively.[[/labelnote]]
** Monica is sometimes depicted as Oggy's twin sister or his old friend (at least, in the Hindi version, anyway).
Fugitive".


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** After Santa Claus is injured by the cockroaches in "Santa Oggy", Oggy attempts to administer a rectal thermometer to him. Santa insists on doing it himself and without Oggy watching so he holds it against a lightbulb to make it seem like he's worse off than he is.
30th Oct '17 3:22:41 AM N.Harmonik
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* PutOnABus: Monica, [[TheBusCameBack although she came back in the finale episode of season 4]].

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* PutOnABus: Monica, [[TheBusCameBack although she came back in the finale final episode of season 4]].
30th Oct '17 2:06:21 AM WannurSyafiqah74
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* MimeAndMusicOnlyCartoon: Subverted in "Chatter Box".
* MinimalistCast: ZigZagged. While there are many characters that appear in the show, expect many episodes (Mostly in seasons 1-2) to only feature Oggy, the Cockroaches, Jack and Bob.

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* MimeAndMusicOnlyCartoon: Subverted in "Chatter Box".
Box". Played straight in one international airing where it muted the character's voices.
* MinimalistCast: ZigZagged. While there are many characters that appear in the show, expect many episodes (Mostly (mostly in seasons 1-2) to only feature Oggy, the Cockroaches, cockroaches, Jack and Bob.



* PutOnABus: Monica, [[TheBusCameBack although she came back in one episode of season 4]].

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* PutOnABus: Monica, [[TheBusCameBack although she came back in one the finale episode of season 4]].
28th Oct '17 7:12:05 PM ChristianTropes33
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* YourTelevisionHatesYou: Briefly used in "Docu-Mentally". Oggy flips through the channels and finds the exact same thing: the cockroaches messing with his body. Bonus points for this also happening on an ''airplane television'' and canned laughter as this happens.

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* YourTelevisionHatesYou: Briefly used in "Docu-Mentally". Oggy flips through the channels and finds the exact same thing: the cockroaches messing with his body. Bonus points for this also happening Taken UpToEleven when a television on an ''airplane television'' ''airplane'' hates him, and canned laughter as this happens.'''''lots of people are seeing the madness and LAUGHING AT HIM.'''''
24th Oct '17 4:20:34 PM ChristianTropes33
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24th Oct '17 4:20:33 PM ChristianTropes33
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* YourTelevisionHatesYou: Briefly used in "Docu-Mentally". Oggy flips through the channels and finds the exact same thing: the cockroaches messing with his body.

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* YourTelevisionHatesYou: Briefly used in "Docu-Mentally". Oggy flips through the channels and finds the exact same thing: the cockroaches messing with his body. Bonus points for this also happening on an ''airplane television'' and canned laughter as this happens.
24th Oct '17 10:41:13 AM N.Harmonik
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This time-honored formula, featured in many ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' and ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' shorts, gets a revival in the Gaumont (France's premier film studio) production ''Oggy and the Cockroaches'' (''Oggy et les Cafards''- 1998-1999, 2008, 2013, 2017), believed to be debuted in ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGoofs'' episode "Venus Junior". Each 7-minute short (there are at least 351 of them) follows the life of the rotund blue cat Oggy, who has the misfortune to share the same house with three cute but exceptionally mischievous roaches: Dee Dee, Marky and Joey. Their sole purpose of existence is to have fun with Oggy by pulling a series of practical jokes. Oggy is sometimes helped by his cousin Jack, a green cat with a knack for mechanics and a short fuse. Factor in a burly neighborhood bulldog named Bob, and you have a great slapstick set-up.

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This time-honored formula, featured in many ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' and ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' shorts, gets a revival in the Gaumont (France's premier film studio) production ''Oggy and the Cockroaches'' (''Oggy et les Cafards''- 1998-1999, 2008, 2013, 2017), believed to be have debuted in ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGoofs'' episode "Venus Junior". Each 7-minute short (there are at least 351 of them) follows the life of the rotund blue cat Oggy, who has the misfortune to share the same house with three cute but exceptionally mischievous roaches: Dee Dee, Marky and Joey. Their sole purpose of existence is to have fun with Oggy by pulling a series of practical jokes. Oggy is sometimes helped by his cousin Jack, a green cat with a knack for mechanics and a short fuse. Factor in a burly neighborhood bulldog named Bob, and you have a great slapstick set-up.



** Monica is sometimes depicted as Oggy's twin sister or his old friend (at least according to TheOtherWiki, anyway).

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** Monica is sometimes depicted as Oggy's twin sister or his old friend (at least according to TheOtherWiki, least, in the Hindi version, anyway).
24th Oct '17 4:56:23 AM WannurSyafiqah74
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This time-honored formula, featured in many ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' and ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' shorts, gets a revival in the Gaumont (France's premier film studio) production ''Oggy and the Cockroaches'' (''Oggy et les Cafards''- 1998-1999, 2008, 2013, 2017). Each 7-minute short (there are at least 351 of them) follows the life of the rotund blue cat Oggy, who has the misfortune to share the same house with three cute but exceptionally mischievous roaches: Dee Dee, Marky and Joey. Their sole purpose of existence is to have fun with Oggy by pulling a series of practical jokes. Oggy is sometimes helped by his cousin Jack, a green cat with a knack for mechanics and a short fuse. Factor in a burly neighborhood bulldog named Bob, and you have a great slapstick set-up.

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This time-honored formula, featured in many ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' and ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' shorts, gets a revival in the Gaumont (France's premier film studio) production ''Oggy and the Cockroaches'' (''Oggy et les Cafards''- 1998-1999, 2008, 2013, 2017).2017), believed to be debuted in ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGoofs'' episode "Venus Junior". Each 7-minute short (there are at least 351 of them) follows the life of the rotund blue cat Oggy, who has the misfortune to share the same house with three cute but exceptionally mischievous roaches: Dee Dee, Marky and Joey. Their sole purpose of existence is to have fun with Oggy by pulling a series of practical jokes. Oggy is sometimes helped by his cousin Jack, a green cat with a knack for mechanics and a short fuse. Factor in a burly neighborhood bulldog named Bob, and you have a great slapstick set-up.


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** Monica is sometimes depicted as Oggy's twin sister or his old friend (at least according to TheOtherWiki, anyway).
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