History WesternAnimation / TheAngryBeavers

16th Jul '17 7:27:21 PM schoi30
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* BuffySpeak: Both beavers used the word "thingy" repeatedly. One of the episodes is actually titled "Big Round Sticky Fish Thingy".

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* BuffySpeak: BuffySpeak:
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Both beavers used the word "thingy" repeatedly. One of the episodes is actually titled "Big Round Sticky Fish Thingy".
16th Jul '17 7:26:31 PM schoi30
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* ButtMonkey: Dagget tends to suffer a lot throughout episodes. Eventually it catches up to Norb as well.

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* ButtMonkey: ButtMonkey:
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Dagget tends to suffer a lot throughout episodes. Eventually episodes.
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it catches up to Norb as well.
19th Jun '17 11:02:32 AM Twentington
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* {{Overcrank}}: "You Promised!" has the brothers fighting over a Lickety Split. When the last one drops out of their reach, things suddenly go into slow motion for [[OverlyLongGag way too long]].
15th Apr '17 6:13:44 AM Qwerty011
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* OnceASeason: Each season, except for the third, has one "Muscular Beaver" episode. The third season has two, but it also has almost twice the amount of episodes the other seasons have.
26th Mar '17 7:53:18 PM HotelCalifornia
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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, Barry does the story over as a '70s exploitation blaxploitation 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.
20th Mar '17 8:06:02 PM nombretomado
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A show about two beavers, Norbert and Daggett, who are brothers and share a home. Norb is actually relatively easy-going (or was early on), and Daggett is the angry one. A TwoShorts animated show which aired on {{Nickelodeon}}, and 7th entry in the Franchise/{{Nicktoons}} series. HilarityEnsues there regularly, often in a highly absurd way crammed full of dialogue both fantastically witty and ridiculously dim.

The show first began airing in 1997 on {{Nickelodeon}} and ran for four seasons. In 2001, it was canceled for good when the last episode to be produced had the characters [[EndOfSeriesAwareness aware]] of the fact that they were in a cartoon which was [[SelfFulfillingProphecy about to end]]. This apparently broke several in-house rules, namely not breaking the fourth wall (Although ''WesternAnimation/KaBlam'' did this in, like, every episode) or announcing the end of a series (due to Nickelodeon's habit of profiting off re-runs). It also apparently got the executives angry by referring to an earlier incident where the line "Shut up" was censored for a re-run using the SoundEffectBleep and then changed altogether when that generated even more controversy.

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A show about two beavers, Norbert and Daggett, who are brothers and share a home. Norb is actually relatively easy-going (or was early on), and Daggett is the angry one. A TwoShorts animated show which aired on {{Nickelodeon}}, {{Creator/Nickelodeon}}, and 7th entry in the Franchise/{{Nicktoons}} series. HilarityEnsues there regularly, often in a highly absurd way crammed full of dialogue both fantastically witty and ridiculously dim.

The show first began airing in 1997 on {{Nickelodeon}} Nickelodeon and ran for four seasons. In 2001, it was canceled for good when the last episode to be produced had the characters [[EndOfSeriesAwareness aware]] of the fact that they were in a cartoon which was [[SelfFulfillingProphecy about to end]]. This apparently broke several in-house rules, namely not breaking the fourth wall (Although ''WesternAnimation/KaBlam'' did this in, like, every episode) or announcing the end of a series (due to Nickelodeon's habit of profiting off re-runs). It also apparently got the executives angry by referring to an earlier incident where the line "Shut up" was censored for a re-run using the SoundEffectBleep and then changed altogether when that generated even more controversy.
13th Jan '17 5:42:39 PM AllenbysEyes88
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** The title character from "In Search of Big Byoo-tox" sounds an awful lot like Donald Sutherland, even quoting some of his lines about "negative waves" from KellysHeroes.

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** The title character from "In Search of Big Byoo-tox" sounds an awful lot like Donald Sutherland, is a hairier Creator/DonaldSutherland, even quoting some of his lines about "negative waves" from KellysHeroes.Film/KellysHeroes.
1st Jan '17 6:47:46 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). 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). Nor do they have white incisors, although how do you make orange incisors ''not'' make orange incisors seem cartoonish?
13th Dec '16 7:09:12 PM C2
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* TheResolutionWillNotBeIdentified: A finale episode was proposed, but due to Nickelodeon's former policy of never identifying the end of a show, it remains unfinished.
13th Dec '16 7:08:18 PM C2
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* TheResolutionWillNotBeIdentified: A finale episode was proposed, but due to Nickelodeon's former policy of never identifying the end of a show, it remains unfinished.
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