History WesternAnimation / PBAndJOtter

11th Jul '16 6:57:51 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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* GirlyGirl: Pinch. Oh man, Pinch. Pink dresses, playing dolls and tea party...

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* GirlyGirl: Pinch. Oh man, Pinch. Pink dresses, playing dolls and tea party...Pinch, who is stereotypically girlish in every way.



** Flick does this at the end of "Flick's Big Fakeout" after he is caught drawing a heart with a picture of himself inside it on Pinch's cast. "It's not a heart. It's a circle. See? It doesn't close in here." "It's a '''''heart'''''!"

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** Flick does this at the end of "Flick's Big Fakeout" after he is caught drawing a heart with a picture of himself inside it on Pinch's cast. "It's not cast, saying it's a heart. It's a circle. See? It doesn't close in here." "It's a '''''heart'''''!"circle.



* NotSoInnocentWhistle: Seen in "It's a Bird, It's a Plane... It's an Elephant?" Scootch gives one after Flick shoots him a dirty look for mocking him. Flick himself also gives one in the premiere episode "Bye Bye, PB&J."

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* NotSoInnocentWhistle: Seen in "It's a Bird, It's a Plane... It's an Elephant?" (2000) Scootch gives one after Flick shoots him a dirty look for mocking him. Flick himself also gives one in the premiere episode "Bye Bye, PB&J."PB&J" (1998)



* TheOneWhoWearsShoes: Not just the three otter kids, but nearly about ''all'' the animals here wear shoes -- just not clothes.

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* TheOneWhoWearsShoes: Not just the three otter kids, but nearly about ''all'' the animals here wear shoes -- [[AcessoryWearingCartoonAnimal just not clothes.clothes]].



** In "Three's a Crowd", Opal says she has to [[TooMuchInformation change a "poopy diaper."]]

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** In "Three's a Crowd", Opal says she has to [[TooMuchInformation change a "poopy diaper."]]"]] Yes, those were the exact words.



-->'''Flick''': Don't ask.

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-->'''Flick''': [[InvertedTrope Don't ask.]]
11th Jul '16 4:59:54 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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* BodyPocket: Ernest finds a missing walkie talkie in his "pocket" in the episode "Trading Places."

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* BodyPocket: In a near BigLippedAlligatorMoment, Ernest finds a missing walkie talkie in his "pocket" in the episode "Trading Places."



* DisappearedDad: Flick has no father shown on the program. His Dad never even gets a mention.

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* DisappearedDad: Flick has no father shown on the program. His Dad dad never even gets a mention.



* DotingParent and ParentalObliviousness: Flick's mom, who has no idea how to handle this willful, mischievous child
* EasilyForgiven: "Butter Tags Along" shows Flick constantly complaining about Butter's presence on the kids' "trip around the world." Naturally she forgives him rather quickly.

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* DotingParent and ParentalObliviousness: Flick's mom, mother, who has no idea how to handle this willful, mischievous child
* EasilyForgiven: "Butter Tags Along" shows Flick constantly complaining about Butter's presence on the kids' "trip around the world." Naturally she forgives him rather quickly.
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In "Bubbles' Beginnings" the fish (originally belonging to Ootsie and Bootsie) runs away to PB&J. When they're told by their parents that they have to give them back, Peanut responds with a euphemism for the F bomb.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Startlingly, for a Disney show aimed at preschoolers. In "Bubbles' Beginnings" the fish (originally belonging to Ootsie and Bootsie) runs away to PB&J. When they're told by their parents that they have to give them back, Peanut responds with a euphemism for the F bomb.



* GuiltyPleasures: After Peanut and Jelly agree to let Baby Butter watch her favorite show, ''Baby Lovey'', in "Kid Court," Flick falls in love with the show.

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* GuiltyPleasures: After Peanut and Jelly agree There's a very similar situation to let Baby Butter watch her favorite show, ''Baby Lovey'', in "Kid Court," Flick falls in love with the show.infamous "Love Ducks" episode of ''Arthur'' at one point.



* ICantDance: Peanut in "Gotta Dance." "I can't dance! I'm gonna look goofy!"

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* ICantDance: Peanut in "Gotta Dance." "I can't dance! I'm gonna look goofy!"goofy!" This isn't the first time a Jinkins show has done this.



* ImagineSpot: The characters' Noodle Dance ideas are usually presented as one of these.
* {{Jerkass}}: Flick at times - his mother, a single mother for unknown reasons, is out of her league and has no idea how to handle him.

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* ImagineSpot: The characters' Noodle Dance ideas are usually presented as one Well, what do you expect from a show by the creator of these.
''Doug''?
* {{Jerkass}}: Flick at times - times. Similar to Roger from Doug, his mother, a single mother for unknown reasons, is out of her league and has no idea how to handle him.doesn't really do much parenting.



* JustAKid: Invoked by Peanut, Munchy and Flick in "Mama Peanut" when a baby turtle keeps following Peanut and calling him "mommy." They sing a song about how they're all just kids. Peanut eventually goes off on the little turtle, only to then feel guilty. He apologizes and tells him that though he can't be his mommy, he can be his friend. At the end of the episode, Peanut asks his parents if it's okay for him to keep having fun being a kid as he grows bigger. They agree and a reprise of the song is performed.

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* JustAKid: Invoked by Peanut, Munchy and Flick in "Mama Peanut" when a baby turtle keeps following Peanut and calling was told to babysit starts him "mommy." They sing a song about how they're all just kids. Peanut eventually goes off on the little turtle, only to then feel guilty. He apologizes and tells him that though he can't be his mommy, he can be his friend. At the end of the episode, Peanut asks his parents if it's okay for him to keep having fun being a kid as he grows bigger. They agree and a reprise of the song is performed.



* KidAppealCharacter: In a series already for children and featuring mostly children as the characters of Focus, Scootch



* ShipTease: Pinch Raccoon and Flick Duck
* ShowWithinAShow: Plenty, as the characters regularly watch television and read books/comic books

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* ShipTease: Pinch Raccoon and Flick Duck
* ShowWithinAShow: Plenty, as the characters regularly watch television and read books/comic booksbooks.



* SweetHomeAlabama: Although the program is never stated to be anywhere other than [[WhereTheHellIsSpringfield "Lake Hoohaw,"]] many of the characters speak with a southern United States sort of accent and advocate a style of life that seems to match very closely with the best ideals of Southern hospitality. Additionally, much the show's music, particularly the instrumental cues, has a southern twang to it.

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* SweetHomeAlabama: Although the program is never stated to be anywhere other than [[WhereTheHellIsSpringfield "Lake Hoohaw,"]] many of the characters speak with a southern United States sort of accent and advocate a style of life that seems to match very closely with the best ideals of Southern hospitality. Additionally, much the show's music, particularly the instrumental cues, has a southern twang to it.it (aside from sounding much like that of ''Doug'').



* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Jelly is the Tomboy to her best friend Pinch's Girly Girl.

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* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Jelly is the Tomboy to her best friend Pinch's Girly Girl. There's a bizarre ongoing argument on the show's wiki about which is which.



* TookALevelInKindness: Flick Duck. He starts out as deliberately mischievous, teasing Jelly about her inability to swim, daring Peanut to go into a spooky cave, and making up stories just because he can. Gradually, Flick learns to treat his friends better [[CharacterDevelopment and the lesson sticks.]] He offers sincere congratulations to Jelly in "The Singin' Kid", apologizes when one of his stories scares baby Butter, is more willing to listen to Peanut's suggestions, and even stands up to Mr. Big Dog when the entire community is in danger of being sold and destroyed.

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* TookALevelInKindness: Flick Duck. He starts out as In season one, he is deliberately mischievous, mischievous. He is almos a LighterAndSofter version of TheBully, considering he does things such as teasing Jelly about her inability to swim, daring Peanut to go into a spooky cave, and making up stories just because he can. Gradually, over the course of the second and third seasons, Flick goes through some CharacterDevelopment as learns to treat his friends better [[CharacterDevelopment and the lesson sticks.]] He lessons usually stick. (For example, offers sincere congratulations to Jelly in "The Singin' Kid", apologizes when one of his stories scares baby Butter, is more willing to listen to Peanut's suggestions, and even stands up to Mr. Big Dog when the entire community is in danger of being sold and destroyed.)



* UnfortunateNames: Just imagine the awful bullying Butter will probab end up going through.

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* UnfortunateNames: Just imagine the awful bullying Butter will probab probably end up going through.
17th Jun '16 6:56:36 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* TheCameo: In an episode of Pinky Dinky Doo, Ootsie and Bootsie have cameos in dog cages. Porkchop and Stinky from ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'', and Harry, Dennis and Elsie from ''WesternAnimation/{{Stanley}}'' have cameos as well m



* TheCameo: In an episode of Pinky Dinky Doo, Ootsie and Bootsie have cameos in dog cages. Porkchop and Stinky from ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'', and Harry, Dennis and Elsie from WesternAnimation/{{Stanley}} have cameos as well m
17th Jun '16 2:54:02 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheCameo: In an episode of Pinky Dinky Doo, Ootsie and Bootsie have cameos in dog cages. Porkchop and Stinky from ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'', and Harry, Dennis and Elsie from {{Stanley}} have cameos as well m

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* TheCameo: In an episode of Pinky Dinky Doo, Ootsie and Bootsie have cameos in dog cages. Porkchop and Stinky from ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'', and Harry, Dennis and Elsie from {{Stanley}} WesternAnimation/{{Stanley}} have cameos as well m
26th Mar '16 4:32:30 PM nombretomado
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''PB&J Otter'' (1998-2000) is an American animated series created by Jim Jinkins of ''{{Doug}}'' fame. The show centralizes on its three otter siblings, Peanut, Butter and Jelly, who live with their parents on Lake Hoohaw, where everyone lives on a houseboat. Each show presents a problem which the otters solve after doing the "Noodle Dance". The show lasted for three seasons on [[Creator/DisneyChannel Playhouse Disney]]. Reruns were aired on the Disney Junior channel in the U.S. from 2012-2014, though the network continues to make certain content available from time-to-time through its mobile service.

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''PB&J Otter'' (1998-2000) is an American animated series created by Jim Jinkins of ''{{Doug}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'' fame. The show centralizes on its three otter siblings, Peanut, Butter and Jelly, who live with their parents on Lake Hoohaw, where everyone lives on a houseboat. Each show presents a problem which the otters solve after doing the "Noodle Dance". The show lasted for three seasons on [[Creator/DisneyChannel Playhouse Disney]]. Reruns were aired on the Disney Junior channel in the U.S. from 2012-2014, though the network continues to make certain content available from time-to-time through its mobile service.



* TheCameo: In an episode of Pinky Dinky Doo, Ootsie and Bootsie have cameos in dog cages. Porkchop and Stinky from {{Doug}}, and Harry, Dennis and Elsie from {{Stanley}} have cameos as well m

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* TheCameo: In an episode of Pinky Dinky Doo, Ootsie and Bootsie have cameos in dog cages. Porkchop and Stinky from {{Doug}}, ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'', and Harry, Dennis and Elsie from {{Stanley}} have cameos as well m
19th Mar '16 12:58:39 AM Hossmeister
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* UnmanlyS
ecret: Both Peanut and Munchy refer to their Bucky Spacebeaver toys as "action figures" instead of "dolls" to try to preserve their perceived manliness. Additionally, Flick Duck tends to behave very secretively about any behaviors or hobbies of his that would be perceived as girlish or too childlike.

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* UnmanlyS
ecret:
UnmanlySecret: Both Peanut and Munchy refer to their Bucky Spacebeaver toys as "action figures" instead of "dolls" to try to preserve their perceived manliness. Additionally, Flick Duck tends to behave very secretively about any behaviors or hobbies of his that would be perceived as girlish or too childlike.
15th Dec '15 4:46:58 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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* UnmanlySecret: Both Peanut and Munchy refer to their Bucky Spacebeaver toys as "action figures" instead of "dolls" to try to preserve their perceived manliness. Additionally, Flick Duck tends to behave very secretively about any behaviors or hobbies of his that would be perceived as girlish or too childlike.

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* UnmanlySecret: UnfortunateNames: Just imagine the awful bullying Butter will probab end up going through.
* UnmanlyS
ecret:
Both Peanut and Munchy refer to their Bucky Spacebeaver toys as "action figures" instead of "dolls" to try to preserve their perceived manliness. Additionally, Flick Duck tends to behave very secretively about any behaviors or hobbies of his that would be perceived as girlish or too childlike.
11th Nov '15 11:07:59 AM FF32
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* BigLittleBrother: Jelly is younger than Peanut, and she is taller than he is.



* LittleBigSister: Jelly is younger than Peanut, and she is taller than he is.
14th Oct '15 7:45:58 AM cheedo
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* TemptingFate: Peanut in "Mega Melon" right before the pompalope bursts, likely in other installments as well

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* TemptingFate: Peanut in "Mega Melon" right before the pompalope bursts, likely in other installments as wellwell.
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Jelly is the Tomboy to her best friend Pinch's Girly Girl.
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