History WesternAnimation / PBAndJOtter

1st Feb '16 5:36:36 PM JMQwilleran
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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.
11th Aug '15 7:24:16 PM Segal991
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*LittleBigSister: Jelly is younger than Peanut, and she is taller than he is.

* MusicalChores: Sometimes done
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* MusicalChores: Sometimes donedone.

* YoungestChildWins: Baby Butter gets an entire celebration to herself when she finds a piece of jewelry Mrs. Snootie lost on the beach. [[CantGetAwayWithNuthin Her siblings get grounded on the same day.]] There's also the fact that Butter rang the bell and helped Mrs. Raccoon avoid a boating accident, and that she befriended the lighting bugs that helped the Otter family get home when it was otherwise too foggy to see. For a 2-year-old, she's very resourceful.
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* YoungestChildWins: Baby Butter gets an entire celebration to herself when she finds a piece of jewelry Mrs. Snootie lost on the beach. [[CantGetAwayWithNuthin Her siblings get grounded punished on the same day.]] There's also the fact that Butter rang the bell and helped Mrs. Raccoon avoid a boating accident, and that she befriended the lighting bugs that helped the Otter family get home when it was otherwise too foggy to see. For a 2-year-old, she's very resourceful.
30th May '15 1:19:44 PM JMQwilleran
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* ImagineSpot: The characters' Noodle Dance ideas are usually presented as one of these.
18th Mar '15 9:53:20 PM RAMChYLD
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* MisattributedSong: Due to the works of a troll who pretended to be a relative of someone working for Creator/DiCEntertainment, some of the WesternAnimation/StrawberryShortcake fandom are actually convinced that ''Nothing Lasts Forever'' is a cancelled song from an unaired 2003 episode. Even after the fact was {{jossed}}, some of the fandom still chose to believe it was.
18th Mar '15 9:52:59 PM RAMChYLD
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* MisattributedSong: Due to the works of a troll who pretended to be a relative of someone working for Creator/DiCEntertainment, some of the WesternAnimation/StrawberryShortcake fandom are actually convinced that ''Nothing Lasts Forever'' is a cancelled song from an unaired 2003 episode. Even after the fact was {{jossed}}, some of the fandom still chose to believe it was.
19th Feb '15 10:24:13 PM JMQwilleran
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* {{Forgiveness}}: Seen in the story "Forgive Me Not" in which Jelly learns to forgive her best friend Pinch for ripping her cape
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* FictionFiveHundred: The Snootie Poodles have enough money to buy so many toys that their children become bored with the toys bought for them in the morning by the afternoon and they get new ones. In the song "That's the Way to See the Great Outdoors," they sing "We're climbing up Mount Hoohaw, though we coulda had shipped" and are apparently quite serious about it. In another episode, they're actually shown having their likenesses carved into mountains like Mt. Rushmore. * {{Forgiveness}}: Seen in the story "Forgive Me Not" in which Jelly learns to forgive her best friend Pinch for ripping her capecape.
4th Feb '15 2:36:34 PM fruitstripegum
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* 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.

* 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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