History WesternAnimation / StickinAround

19th Jul '17 2:06:58 PM Green_lantern40
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The series was beloved by many Canadian children (and American ones, as this show had a brief, but memorable run on Creator/FoxKids) during TheNineties.

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The series was beloved by many Canadian children (and American ones, as this show had a brief, but memorable run on Creator/FoxKids) Creator/FoxKids ''and'' the [[Creator/{{Freeform}} Fox Family Channel]] at the same time) during TheNineties.
2nd Jun '17 9:39:00 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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''Stickin' Around'' (1996-1998) is a Canadian animated show about Stacy and Bradley, two 9-year-olds who live adventures with their [[MrImagination hyperactive imaginations]], [[WunzaPlot whatever they might be]]. Their imagination-driven adventures are a way of dealing with the various everyday life scenarios that come their way. [[StylisticSuck The show is intentionally drawn crudely to simulate a young child's drawing]], and it actually looks very convincing.

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''Stickin' Around'' (1996-1998) is a {{cult|classic}} Canadian animated show about Stacy and Bradley, two 9-year-olds who live adventures with their [[MrImagination hyperactive imaginations]], [[WunzaPlot whatever they might be]]. Their imagination-driven adventures are a way of dealing with the various everyday life scenarios that come their way. [[StylisticSuck The show is intentionally drawn crudely to simulate a young child's drawing]], and it actually looks very convincing.



* {{Bowdlerise}}[=/=]EditedForSyndication: When the show aired on Fox Kids State-side, a lot of scenes had to be cut for time reasons. And oh ''freaking'' '''''boy''''', were there a lot of scenes cut. The intro sequence was also badly edited.

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* {{Bowdlerise}}[=/=]EditedForSyndication: {{Bowdlerise}}: When the show aired on Fox Kids State-side, a lot of scenes had to be cut for time reasons. And oh ''freaking'' '''''boy''''', were there a lot of scenes cut. The intro sequence was also badly edited.



* SadistShow: There are a plethora of times where this show outright is just plain mean and nasty to secondary protagonist Bradley, even in terms of writing. Many of these episodes don't even seem written well enough to pull it off, or even have any good build up or sense of justification, even if it is a kid's sadist show. Local bullies Lance and Russell, though getting their fair share of punishment, seemingly only get it if they mess or get involved with events if Stacey steps in- Many extreme instances involve them either crawling into Bradley's room through his window even while he's sick just to give him a beating, loading him up into a trash can and dumping the entire thing into the public pool, and to where even the series' finale ends with a statue of Bradley receiving a wedgie by them. Granted, there are times where the cast are mean to each other, but a lot of them are portrayed as sympathetic and likeable, to where their faults are childish and out of naivety. Even Bradley's pettiness and self absorbed moments are plain harmless and it is just jarring and disproportionate to what big calamity awaits him for a small mistake, or how practically criminal Lance and Russell act. Hell, considering what kind of delinquency and extremes of bad behavior those two brats engage in, in reality with their reputation, they'd be the ones on the receiving ends, either on a short leash by the law or in juvenile hall.

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* SadistShow: There are a plethora of times where this show outright is just plain mean and nasty to secondary protagonist Bradley, even in terms of writing. Many of these episodes don't even seem written well enough to pull it off, or even have any good build up or sense of justification, even if it is a kid's sadist show. Local bullies Lance and Russell, though getting their fair share of punishment, seemingly only get it if they mess or get involved with events if Stacey Stacy steps in- Many extreme instances involve them either crawling into Bradley's room through his window even while he's sick just to give him a beating, loading him up into a trash can and dumping the entire thing into the public pool, and to where even the series' finale ends with a statue of Bradley receiving a wedgie by them. Granted, there are times where the cast are mean to each other, but a lot of them are portrayed as sympathetic and likeable, to where their faults are childish and out of naivety. Even Bradley's pettiness and self absorbed moments are plain harmless and it is just jarring and disproportionate to what big calamity awaits him for a small mistake, or how practically criminal Lance and Russell act. Hell, considering what kind of delinquency and extremes of bad behavior those two brats engage in, in reality with their reputation, they'd be the ones on the receiving ends, either on a short leash by the law or in juvenile hall.


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** In "Beware the Lunchwad", Stacy and Bradley are freaked out when seeing their lunch server, Mrs. Lewis, [[Series/LambChopsPlayAlong pulling out some lambchop and pretending to use it as a puppet]].
27th Apr '17 12:20:56 PM cheril59
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** Bradley says "This sucks!" in "Saturday Afternoon Fever".[[note]]To make matters worse, that scene was left intact when the show started airing in reruns on Qubo, which is mostly shows aimed at ''preschoolers''.[[/note]] But seeing as the show was originally made in Canada, kids' shows like this have gotten away with it.

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** Bradley says "This sucks!" in "Saturday Afternoon Fever".[[note]]To Fever" and "We're Outta Here!"[[note]]To make matters worse, that scene was those scenes were left intact when the show started airing in reruns on Qubo, which is mostly shows aimed at ''preschoolers''.[[/note]] But seeing as the show was originally made in Canada, kids' shows like this have gotten away with it.
31st Mar '17 2:17:28 PM cheril59
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* LineBoil: All the character outlines squiggle slightly, though it's most pronounced in the first season.

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* LineBoil: All Inverted where the character colors painted within the outlines squiggle slightly, though it's most pronounced in boil. In the first season.season, the outlines also boiled.
7th Mar '17 5:10:53 PM SparkPlugTheTroper
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** Bradley says "This sucks!" in "Saturday Afternoon Fever". Even worse: that scene was left intact when the show started airing in reruns on Qubo, which is mostly shows aimed at ''younger children''. But seeing as it was originally made in Cananda, kids' shows like this have gotten away with it.

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** Bradley says "This sucks!" in "Saturday Afternoon Fever". Even worse: [[note]]To make matters worse, that scene was left intact when the show started airing in reruns on Qubo, which is mostly shows aimed at ''younger children''. ''preschoolers''.[[/note]] But seeing as it the show was originally made in Cananda, Canada, kids' shows like this have gotten away with it.
4th Mar '17 1:26:16 PM cheril59
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** There's an episode where Bradley says "This sucks!" Even worse: that scene was not edited when the show started airing in reruns on Qubo, which is mostly shows aimed at ''younger children''.

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** There's an episode where Bradley says "This sucks!" in "Saturday Afternoon Fever". Even worse: that scene was not edited left intact when the show started airing in reruns on Qubo, which is mostly shows aimed at ''younger children''.children''. But seeing as it was originally made in Cananda, kids' shows like this have gotten away with it.
30th Jan '17 12:07:40 PM SparkPlugTheTroper
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** There's an episode where Bradley says "This sucks!" Even worse: that scene was not edited when the show started airing in reruns on Qubo, which is mostly shows aimed at ''younger children''.
23rd Sep '16 1:33:34 PM speedyboris
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* LineBoil: All the character outlines squiggle slightly.

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* LineBoil: All the character outlines squiggle slightly.slightly, though it's most pronounced in the first season.
23rd Sep '16 1:33:14 PM speedyboris
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* Pantyshot: Stacy gets one at Do the Hookey Pokey, other episodes didnt get stacy's pantyshot
11th Sep '16 6:40:05 AM speedyboris
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* LineBoil: All the character outlines squiggle slightly.
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