History WesternAnimation / TheSchnookumsAndMeatFunnyCartoonShow

26th Jun '16 11:07:13 AM Morgenthaler
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''Schnookums and Meat'', created by Bill Kopp (of EekTheCat fame) for Creator/WaltDisneyTelevisionAnimation, debuted in 1993 as a segment Disney's ''WesternAnimation/{{Marsupilami}}'' cartoon on Creator/{{CBS}}, before becoming its own half-hour series in 1995. Each episode was composed of three segments:

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''Schnookums and Meat'', created by Bill Kopp (of EekTheCat WesternAnimation/EekTheCat fame) for Creator/WaltDisneyTelevisionAnimation, debuted in 1993 as a segment Disney's ''WesternAnimation/{{Marsupilami}}'' cartoon on Creator/{{CBS}}, before becoming its own half-hour series in 1995. Each episode was composed of three segments:



* '''Tex Tinstar''': A cowboy who fights alongside his friends to defeat the Wrong Riders. Done in a serial style similar to ''RockyAndBullwinkle''.

At a time when ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow'' was doing well on {{Nickelodeon}}, this similar show was made, presumably to try and duplicate its success. The end result lasted one thirteen episode season on TheDisneyAfternoon, where it seemed even more out-of-place than ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'', and eventually rerun on Creator/ToonDisney before fading into obscurity. Only two comics were made out of it in ''DisneyAdventures'' magazine.

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* '''Tex Tinstar''': A cowboy who fights alongside his friends to defeat the Wrong Riders. Done in a serial style similar to ''RockyAndBullwinkle''.

''WesternAnimation/RockyAndBullwinkle''.

At a time when ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow'' was doing well on {{Nickelodeon}}, this similar show was made, presumably to try and duplicate its success. The end result lasted one thirteen episode season on TheDisneyAfternoon, where it seemed even more out-of-place than ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'', and eventually rerun on Creator/ToonDisney before fading into obscurity. Only two comics were made out of it in ''DisneyAdventures'' ''Magazine/DisneyAdventures'' magazine.
1st Mar '16 11:38:25 AM AFreakyDude
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* FollowTheLeader: As mentioned, this aired at a time when ''Ren and Stimpy'' was at its height.

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* FollowTheLeader: As mentioned, this aired at a time when ''Ren and Stimpy'' was at its height. WebOriginal/TheMysteriousMrEnter accused this of trying to copy the show.
10th Feb '16 7:42:58 AM speedyboris
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* CreditsGag: The writer and director credits for the "Tex Tinstar" segments are always a joke; for example, "Loathsome Dove" was "written" by Mudhead Puddinfoot and "directed" by Ding-Dong-Daddy-o.
2nd Feb '16 6:54:17 AM StFan
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''Schnookums and Meat'', created by Bill Kopp (of EekTheCat fame) for Creator/WaltDisneyTelevisionAnimation, debuted in 1993 as a segment Disney's ''Franchise/{{Marsupilami}}'' cartoon on Creator/{{CBS}}, before becoming its own half-hour series in 1995. Each episode was composed of three segments:

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''Schnookums and Meat'', created by Bill Kopp (of EekTheCat fame) for Creator/WaltDisneyTelevisionAnimation, debuted in 1993 as a segment Disney's ''Franchise/{{Marsupilami}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Marsupilami}}'' cartoon on Creator/{{CBS}}, before becoming its own half-hour series in 1995. Each episode was composed of three segments:
24th Nov '15 5:45:04 PM VenomLancerHae
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* AmazingTechnicolorWildlife: Meat the dog.
* AmusingInjuries
* BalloonBelly
* BigEater: Supper Squirrell
* CatsAreMean/DogsAreDumb: Played with. Both characters have {{Jerkass}} moments, and neither are particularly bright.
* ChristmasEpisode

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%% * AmazingTechnicolorWildlife: Meat the dog.
dog who is blue.
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* AmusingInjuries
%% * BalloonBelly
%% * BigEater: Supper Squirrell
* CatsAreMean/DogsAreDumb: Played with. CatsAreMean: Both characters have {{Jerkass}} moments, and neither are particularly bright.
%% * ChristmasEpisode



* FatBastard: Supper Squirrell

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%% * FatBastard: Supper Squirrell



* FunnyAnimal
* GrossoutShow
* HartmanHips

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%% * FunnyAnimal
%% * GrossoutShow
%% * HartmanHips



* HowManyFingers
* IdentityAmnesia: Happens to Pith Possum.

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%% * HowManyFingers
%% * IdentityAmnesia: Happens to Pith Possum.



* MissionControl: Commissioner Stress.

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%% * MissionControl: Commissioner Stress.



* OverlyLongGag

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%% * OverlyLongGag
17th Sep '15 7:20:49 PM Oecobius
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* ButtMonkey: Percy Lacedaisy. All of the characters in Tex Tinstar underwent slapstick pain at various times, but [[LivingProp Percy existed almost solely]] for the purpose of getting hurt.
7th Jul '15 4:24:22 PM ANTMuddle
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[[caption-width-right:250:Schnookums and Meat]]

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[[caption-width-right:250:Schnookums (cat) and Meat]]
Meat (dog)]]
5th May '15 7:02:32 AM speedyboris
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* DerangedAnimation: Especially for a Disney cartoon!


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* InstrumentalThemeTune
31st Dec '14 10:04:13 PM MadMan400096
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''Schnookums and Meat'', created by Bill Kopp (of EekTheCat fame) for Creator/{{WaltDisneyTelevisionAnimation}}, debuted in 1993 as a segment Disney's ''Franchise/{{Marsupilami}}'' cartoon on Creator/{{CBS}}, before becoming its own half-hour series in 1995. Each episode was composed of three segments:

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''Schnookums and Meat'', created by Bill Kopp (of EekTheCat fame) for Creator/{{WaltDisneyTelevisionAnimation}}, Creator/WaltDisneyTelevisionAnimation, debuted in 1993 as a segment Disney's ''Franchise/{{Marsupilami}}'' cartoon on Creator/{{CBS}}, before becoming its own half-hour series in 1995. Each episode was composed of three segments:
31st Dec '14 10:03:49 PM MadMan400096
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''Schnookums and Meat'', created by Bill Kopp (of EekTheCat fame) for Creator/{{WaltDisneyTelevisionAnimation}}, debuted in 1993 as a segment Disney's ''Franchise/Marsupilami'' cartoon on Creator/{{CBS}}, before becoming its own half-hour series in 1995. Each episode was composed of three segments:

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''Schnookums and Meat'', created by Bill Kopp (of EekTheCat fame) for Creator/{{WaltDisneyTelevisionAnimation}}, debuted in 1993 as a segment Disney's ''Franchise/Marsupilami'' ''Franchise/{{Marsupilami}}'' cartoon on Creator/{{CBS}}, before becoming its own half-hour series in 1995. Each episode was composed of three segments:
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