History WesternAnimation / TheAngryBeavers

21st Nov '16 5:55:49 PM schoi30
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** Beavers don't actually ''eat'' wood. Sometimes they eat twigs or bark, but not really for nutritional value. They prefer the leaves, only eating bark and twigs when little or nothing else is available (as during the winter).
** Nor do they have white incisors, although how do you ''not'' make orange incisors seem cartoonish?

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** Beavers don't actually ''eat'' wood. Sometimes they eat twigs or bark, but not really for nutritional value. They prefer the leaves, only eating bark and twigs when little or nothing else is available (as during the winter).
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winter). Nor do they have white incisors, although how do you ''not'' make orange incisors seem cartoonish?
15th Nov '16 9:07:40 PM Qwerty011
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** In ''Strange Allure'', Daggett gets a fishing lure stuck in his tail. He eventually falls in love with it and decides to name it "Angel Eyes". While Norbert is playing golf, a detective approaches him and shows him pictures of Daggett and Angel Eyes in front of a motel. On the pictures, Daggett is also seen wearing shades and holding a jacket around Angel Eyes.
*** Norbert later calls her a "bit of a floozy" when he finds out that a lot of fish are in love with her as well.
-->'''Norbert''': She put the "floo" in "floozy".
31st Oct '16 9:46:32 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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* ArtShift: Everyone's addition to the campfire story in ''Pass It On''. Norb's version is a [[Film/JamesBond Bond-esque]] spy thriller. Barry does the story over as a '70s exploitation movie. Bing's is just a series of doodles running around frantically. Stump's version is a letterboxed black-and-white drama with Scottish accents. Treeflower's is a MagicalGirl anime with choppy 50's-style animation. And Dag's is just all the different styles floating in a white void.

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* ArtShift: Everyone's addition to the campfire story in ''Pass It On''. Norb's version is a [[Film/JamesBond Bond-esque]] spy thriller. thriller, Barry does the story over as a '70s exploitation movie. movie, Bing's is just a series of doodles running around frantically. frantically, Stump's version is a letterboxed black-and-white drama with Scottish accents. accents, Treeflower's is a MagicalGirl anime with choppy 50's-style animation. And animation, and Dag's is just all the different styles floating in a white void.
25th Oct '16 2:11:59 PM ANTMuddle
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* BusyBeavers: Subverted; Dag and Norb are shown as slackers.
25th Oct '16 2:10:49 PM ANTMuddle
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** Beavers don't actually ''eat'' wood. Sometimes they eat twigs or bark, but not really for nutritional value. They prefer the leaves, only eating bark and twigs when little or nothing else is available (as during the winter)

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** Beavers don't actually ''eat'' wood. Sometimes they eat twigs or bark, but not really for nutritional value. They prefer the leaves, only eating bark and twigs when little or nothing else is available (as during the winter)winter).
** Nor do they have white incisors, although how do you ''not'' make orange incisors seem cartoonish?
27th Aug '16 8:45:49 PM Kishou
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* GravitySucks: To the point where they manage to escape being pulled into the Sun by damming it with sheet metal and stray satellites.

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* GravitySucks: To the point where they manage to escape being pulled into the Sun by damming it with sheet metal and stray satellites. And then there's the gravity from the Earth's core changing not only the beaver's (and Stump's) body lengths but tone pitches as well.
15th Jul '16 10:23:44 AM schoi30
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* ArtisticLicensePaleontology: The ''TyrannosaurusRex'' from the ending of "Moby Dopes" has three fingers on each hand and four prominent toes, and it stands in a tripod stance like in old-fashioned portraits. It is also much larger than the real animal, being able to eat an orca whole (a real ''Tyrannosaurus'' would be the same size as or slightly larger than an orca).

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* ArtisticLicensePaleontology: The ''TyrannosaurusRex'' from the ending of "Moby Dopes" has three fingers on each hand and four prominent toes, and it stands in a tripod stance like in old-fashioned portraits. It is also much larger than the real animal, being able to eat an orca whole (a real ''Tyrannosaurus'' would be the same size as or slightly larger than an orca).
15th Jul '16 10:20:25 AM schoi30
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*** The episode "Sqotters" involves river otters claiming the beavers' home, which is what sometimes happens in real life.

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*** The episode "Sqotters" involves river otters claiming the beavers' unoccupied home, which is what sometimes happens in real life.



** A non-beaver example: in "Moby Dopes" Camu would occasionally beach himself on land to catch prey just like real orcas.

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** A non-beaver example: in In "Moby Dopes" Camu would occasionally beach himself on land to catch prey just like real orcas.
15th Jul '16 10:18:25 AM schoi30
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* ArtisticLicensePaleontology: The ''TyrannosaurusRex'' from the ending of "Moby Dopes" has three fingers on each hand and four prominent toes, and it stands in a tripod stance like in old-fashioned portraits. It is also much larger than the real animal, being able to eat an orca whole.

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* ArtisticLicensePaleontology: The ''TyrannosaurusRex'' from the ending of "Moby Dopes" has three fingers on each hand and four prominent toes, and it stands in a tripod stance like in old-fashioned portraits. It is also much larger than the real animal, being able to eat an orca whole.whole (a real ''Tyrannosaurus'' would be the same size as or slightly larger than an orca).



* ShownTheirWork: Every once in a while something that is in fact true about real-life beavers is thrown at you, like the already mentioned [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Tail-Slapping]].
** The third eyelids mentioned in the StaringContest (''Stare and Stare Alike'') and the slave-for-a-day (''You Promised'') episodes on the other hand do exist: they're the "nictating membrane" and the primary function in beavers is to protect the eyes while they are diving underwater.
** The fact that a beaver's front teeth do indeed continue growing throughout their lives is true. And, yes, beavers do need to constantly chew on things to wear the teeth down, or else their teeth really ''will'' grow through their skulls and kill them.
** The episode "Sqotters" involves river otters claiming the beavers' home, which is what sometimes happens in real life.
** Beaver dams can prevent salmon from travelling upstream during spawning season, the main premise of "Salmon Sez".

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* ShownTheirWork: ShownTheirWork:
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Every once in a while something that is in fact true about real-life beavers is thrown at you, like the already mentioned [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Tail-Slapping]].
** *** The third eyelids mentioned in the StaringContest (''Stare and Stare Alike'') and the slave-for-a-day (''You Promised'') episodes on the other hand do exist: they're the "nictating membrane" and the primary function in beavers is to protect the eyes while they are diving underwater.
** *** The fact that a beaver's front teeth do indeed continue growing throughout their lives is true. And, yes, beavers do need to constantly chew on things to wear the teeth down, or else their teeth really ''will'' grow through their skulls and kill them.
** *** The episode "Sqotters" involves river otters claiming the beavers' home, which is what sometimes happens in real life.
** *** Beaver dams can prevent salmon from travelling upstream during spawning season, the main premise of "Salmon Sez".
17th Jun '16 8:21:50 PM gewunomox
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** The incidental musical bits accompanying Barry Bear are reminiscent of {{Barry White}}'s music, which are very, ''very'' sensuous (particularly "Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe").

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** The incidental musical bits accompanying Barry Bear are reminiscent of {{Barry White}}'s Music/BarryWhite's music, which are very, ''very'' sensuous (particularly "Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe").



* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Barry the bear talks an awful lot like {{Barry White}}. He sings like him too.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Barry the bear talks an awful lot like {{Barry White}}.Music/BarryWhite. He sings like him too.
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