History WesternAnimation / PoundPuppies1980s

19th Oct '17 7:38:16 AM CaptainTedium
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* SequelEpisode: "Where Do Puppies Come From?", which had the Pound Puppies help out a dog named Rusty and his pregnant mate Lucy, had a sequel in the episode "Pups on the Loose", which had Rusty and Lucy entrust the Pound Puppies with looking after their new children.
30th Sep '17 4:19:34 AM CaptainTedium
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* TheTalk: The episode "Where Do Puppies Come From?" features Bright Eyes and Whopper confused about where puppies come from while Cooler and Nose Marie tend to the needs of Rusty and his pregnant mate Lucy. When the watered-down explanations given to Bright Eyes and Whopper fail to satisfy their curiosity, Cooler sets them straight in the end by having them watch Lucy give birth.
14th Sep '17 7:42:54 AM CaptainTedium
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** In "Bright Eyes, Come Home", Bright Eyes wore a strapless bikini with strange shapes on them looking like they're touching her breasts and vagina.



* MsFanservice: Bright Eyes in a strapless bikini from "Bright Eyes, Come Home".
12th Sep '17 5:48:05 AM ThomasProofreader
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** The episode "Where Do Puppies Come From?" features Cooler singing a song to explain, well, where do puppies come from to Whopper and Bright Eyes. The song is accompanied by a "stage play" in which two dogs are clearly seen laying together in a bed inside a Venetian gondole (after which Cooler trips and brings down the stage, knocking the two dogs off the bed and revealing that they are not wearing anything). Is almost a case of RefugeInAudacity, especially for a mid-1980s cartoon.

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** The episode "Where Do Puppies Come From?" features Cooler singing a song to explain, well, where do puppies come from to Whopper and Bright Eyes. The song is accompanied by a "stage play" in which two dogs are clearly seen laying together in a bed inside a Venetian gondole gondola (after which Cooler trips and brings down the stage, knocking the two dogs off the bed and revealing that they are not wearing anything). Is almost a case of RefugeInAudacity, especially for a mid-1980s cartoon.



* HalfDressedCartoonAnimal: Bright Eyes and Nose Marie wear nothing underneath their skirts, and Cooler and Howler are pantsless as well. Whopper wears only a diaper.

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** In "Bright Eyes, Come Home", Bright Eyes wore a strapless bikini with strange shapes on them looking like they're touching her breasts and vagina.
* HalfDressedCartoonAnimal: Bright Eyes and Nose Marie wear nothing underneath their skirts, and Cooler and Howler are pantsless pantless as well. Whopper wears only a diaper.



* MsFanservice: Bright Eyes in a strapless bikini from "Bright Eyes, Come Home".



* WardrobeMalfunction: Happened to Whopper on the Episode “Tail of a Pup”. While sneaking out of the Pound, the safety pin on his diaper fell off, not only letting his diaper fall down, but also alerting a nearby Robot. Ironically, Nose Marie said not to “Let a Pin Drop”.

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* WalkingSwimsuitScene: Bright Eyes wears a strapless bikini under her clothes in the 1986 series.
* WardrobeMalfunction: Happened to Whopper on the Episode “Tail of a Pup”. While sneaking out of the Pound, the safety pin on his diaper fell off, not only letting his diaper fall down, but also alerting a nearby Robot. Ironically, Nose Marie Bright Eyes said not to “Let a Pin Drop”.
4th Sep '17 11:56:38 PM MikeW
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: When items go missing in the pound, Howler is blamed and exiled from the pound. When the items vanish again, the pups discover it was a family of raccoons who were just "doing what nature meant us to." The pups realize they blamed Howler wrongly and race to find him as the raccoons realize what they did.
-->'''Father Raccoon''': Hon, I may be a raccoon but right now, I feel more like a skunk.
11th Aug '17 7:24:51 AM CaptainTedium
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* AnAesop: Several episodes have a moral to them.
** "Ghost Hounders" makes a point on how the people we idolize might not be as perfect as we think them to be, but also makes it clear that they can still be decent people in spite of their flaws.
** "Tuffy Gets Fluffy" shows that being different is not a good reason to not make friends with people.
** "Kid in the Doghouse" is about the importance of doing chores and also gives the message that just because your parents ask you to do chores constantly doesn't mean they don't love you.
** The lesson taught in "Snow Puppies" is that winning isn't everything.
25th Jul '17 5:35:28 PM Leon13DM
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*WardrobeMalfunction: Happened to Whopper on the Episode “Tail of a Pup”. While sneaking out of the Pound, the safety pin on his diaper fell off, not only letting his diaper fall down, but also alerting a nearby Robot. Ironically, Nose Marie said not to “Let a Pin Drop”.
25th Jul '17 1:00:42 PM CaptainTedium
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* DarkReprise: In the episode "Garbage Night: The Musical", Howler uses an invention to show the inside of Bright Eyes' body after she eats a nutritious piece of meat, which is accompanied by "Vita-Men", an upbeat song about how vitamins help build a strong, healthy body and fight off germs. When the machine is used on Scrounger after he eats a piece of cake, he instead finds his body full of Blobs, which is accompanied by a reprise of the "Vita-Men" song that explains how eating junk food doesn't help your body from getting sick.



* MusicalEpisode: "Garbage Night: The Musical" is almost entirely consisted of musical numbers.



* VillainSong: Katrina and her daughter Brattina frequently sing songs to themselves about their hatred of dogs and their intentions to do cruel things to them, but one notable song is "She's Grand Old Hag", a song sung by Brattina about her mother to the tune of "You're a Grand Old Flag" in the episode "Whopper Cries Uncle".

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Katrina and her daughter Brattina frequently sing songs to themselves about their hatred of dogs and their intentions to do cruel things to them, but one notable song is "She's Grand Old Hag", a song sung by Brattina about her mother to the tune of "You're a Grand Old Flag" in the episode "Whopper Cries Uncle".Uncle".
** As one might expect from a MusicalEpisode, Katrina gets two villain songs in "Garbage Night: The Musical", "Mutts Drive Me Nuts" (which gets a brief reprisal near the end of the episode) and a short number where she sings about capturing the Pound Puppies and making them into a fur coat.
24th Jul '17 8:15:05 AM CaptainTedium
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* VillainSong: Katrina and her daughter Brattina frequently sing songs to themselves about their hatred of dogs and their intentions to do cruel things to them, but one notable song is "She's Grand Old Hag", a song sung by Brattina about her mother to the tune of "You're a Grand Old Flag" in the episode "Whopper Cries Uncle".
24th Jul '17 7:09:49 AM CaptainTedium
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* ChristmasEpisode: "Happy Howlidays" takes place during Christmas and has Katrina Stoneheart attempt to shut down the Puppy Pound by withholding the pound's bills and not giving them to Holly until it's too late for her to pay them.

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* ChristmasEpisode: "Happy Howlidays" takes place during Christmas and has Katrina Stoneheart attempt to shut down the Puppy Pound by withholding the pound's bills and not giving them to Holly until it's too late for her to pay them.them on time.



* ImaginaryFriend: Bob in "The Invisible Friend". [[spoiler:He turns out to be [[NotSoImaginaryFriend not so imaginary]].]]

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* HypocriticalHumor: Whopper, who has a tendency to tell tall tales, states that he hates puppies who tell fibs in "The Invisible Friend".
* ImaginaryFriend: Bob in "The Invisible Friend". [[spoiler:He turns out later becomes real thanks to be [[NotSoImaginaryFriend not so imaginary]].Puppy Power.]]


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* TheSlacker: Jerry from "Kid in the Doghouse", who despised doing chores so much that he ran away from home. The Pound Puppies get him to see the importance of chores by pretending to be too lazy to care about doing them.
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