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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.

The series was beloved by many Canadian children during TheNineties.

Was available on Sync TV's now-defunct website, [[http://kidlet.tv/ Kidlet]].

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!!This series includes examples of:

* AccidentalPervert: As seen in "Hit the Showers", when both the boys and girls see each other after running out of their respective showers.
* AdultsAreUseless: Most of the time, especially during the "Imagination Sequence of the Week".
* AlphaBitch: Ashley, a (thankfully) minor character.
* AmusingInjuries
* ArtEvolution: The second and third seasons boast sharper detail than the first season, and early use of Flash animation.
* AssumedWin: "And the Wiener Is..." is centered around this. Also happens at a lesser extent in a few other episodes.
* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: Frank becomes one in....."[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Jumbo Frank]]".
* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: Bradley and Stacy are accused of this in one episode, which is mostly due to the fact that they're frequently with each other throughout the entire series. Despite this, [[JustFriends there's no confirmed romantic relationship between them at all]].
* TheBigGuy: William, yet another minor character.
* BlackBeadEyes: Sometimes the characters get scleras.
* BlackBestFriend: Bradley.
* {{Bowdlerise}}[=/=]EditedForSyndication: When the show aired on FOX in America, a lot of scenes had to be cut for time reasons. And oh ''freaking'' '''''boy''''', were there a lot of scenes cut.
** Sync TV's Kidlet site replaces burp sound effects with silence or white noise.
* BunglingInventor: Stacy's father.
* CanadianSeries
* CatchPhrase: Numerous!
-->'''Bradley:''' This looks like a job for... [[TropeName [insert alter-ego]]]\\
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'''Bradley:''' Aliens from...\\
'''Stacy:''' Don't say it, Bradley!\\
'''Bradley:''' Uranus!\\
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'''Stacy:''' For your big fat information [insert character name], [insert said information].\\
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'''Stacy:''' Real mature, Bradley.\\
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'''Dil:''' '''[[NoIndoorVoice HOLY MACKEREL]]!!!'''\\
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'''Russell:''' What? ''[said immediately after [[PhraseCatcher the whole cast has shouted]]; "Ewwww! What's that funky smell?"]''\\
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'''Russell:''' Yeah, [insert word that Lance just said]\\
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'''Mr. Doddler:''' Course, we couldn't if we wanted to.\\
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'''Ms. Mobley:''' Won't that be fun?
* ChewingTheScenery: '''''DILL.'''''
* ChildProdigy: Polly, given the fact that she's young enough to be in kindergarten and is in the same grade as the two lead characters.
* ChristmasEpisode: "Christmas of Doom!", which isn't a Christmas celebration so much of a clip show of previous episodes coupled with an attempt to keep the Latchkey Garden Apartments from being torn down.
* ClipShow: "Christmas of Doom!".
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Mr. Doddler likes to tell stories about the "old times" and the lack of commodities in the old times (goes up to, and including, the ''Big Bang''). Then again, he might be senile.
* CrapsackWorld
* DeliberatelyMonochrome: Invoked during the Casablanca spoof scene in and the ending of "Casa Blank Stare". Also used in the western film scene in "Madam Know-It-All".
* DerangedAnimation: Nothing says "deranged animation" like an 8 year old's stick figure drawings come to life.
* DoomyDoomsOfDoom
* DoubleEntendre: Because no Canadian kids' show would be complete without them.
* DreamWithinADream: In "Photo Oops" Stacy has several of these the night before picture day, to the point where the next morning she still thinks she's in the dream.
* EEqualsMCHammer: "And the cosine is the ratio of the length of the side adjacent to [[BlahBlahBlah (gibberish)]]."
* EpisodeOnAPlane: "Return Your Seats To An Uptight Position", where Stacy demonstrates her airplane flying skills [[HilarityEnsues with hilarious results]].
** Also, be on the look out for those "unexpected turbans" and Lance and Russell's international terrorist attack.
* ExpositoryThemeTune: How's this for expository? "For your big fat information, this is our imagination."
* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: Done several times with Stacy. Ashley arguably counts as one as well, [[AlphaBitch albeit a rather fresh one]].
* FanDisservice: Lance and Russell succumb to being this during school picture day when they're shown wearing their more "[[StockUnderwear casual clothing]]".
** Same goes to Stacy, who shows up in her pajamas, wearing a bird's nest as a hat, with mud covered on her face.
* FeudEpisode: "Goodbye, Adios, Sayonara Bradley".
* TheFifties / TheSixties: Some of this show's background music is similar to that of movies made from these respective time periods.
* FourFingeredHands
* GagBoobs: Happens at least twice in the later seasons, once to Bradley and Stacy.
* GenreSavvy: In addition to LampshadeHanging and MediumAwareness.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
** Like a lot of cartoons from the 1990s. Especially made apparent with Bradley's [[UranusIsShowing catch phrase]].
** Another apparent one was in "If It Ain't Fixed, Break It", where Frank needs to go get "fixed". I think even kids who never heard of the term before would probably understand, with all the puppies running around.
** "Bet this would look good on Uranus!"
* GrandFinale: "Goodbye, Adios, Sayonara Bradley".
* GreenAesop: The "Environmentally Frenzied" episode.
* GroinAttack: Bradley endures this once during gym class, in a game of dodge-ball. [[spoiler:The episode makes it very clear that it was Stacy that dealt the ball-busting blow]].
* HalloweenEpisode: "The Ghost of Mr. Coffin" and "Scared Stupid".
* HiccupHijinks: "This is a HICCUP!" is centered around this.
* [[HurricaneOfPuns Hurricane Of]] [[VisualPun Visual Puns]]
* ImagineSpot: Built out of this.
* ImprobableHairstyle: Pretty much every character that HAS hair, this especially goes for Bradley and his [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair purple]] [[FunnyAfro afro]].
* InsistentTerminology: Lance insists on calling Polly his ''half'' sister.
* ItTastesLikeFeet: The central premise of the "Beware the Lunchwad" episode. Taken a step further when Bradley asks Stacy if she's ever eaten anything gross.
* JerkAss: Stacy, Bradley, Stella, heck, everybody's got a JerkAss moment in this show.
* JerkJock: Lance
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Originally intended to come out on DVD, but Nelvana never got around doing so.
* {{Kwyjibo}}: Inverted during a game of Squabble, since it requires one to spell out anything that isn't a word.
* LadyLand: "It's the Planet of the Girls!"
* LaResistance: Bradley and Stacy do this for a tree, complete with causing a riot, with which Bradley helps out by causing mischief as a Bandito named El Bradliachi.
** Also done in Christmas of Doom.
* LimitedWardrobe: Mostly played straight, though the ImagineSpot does attempt to subvert it.
* {{Magitek}}: An enchanted copier and a TV remote, the latter of which somewhat counts as a RealityWarper.
* MakingASplash: Done mainly in a mundane fashion, preferably with squirt guns and water balloons, among other non-supernatural methods.
* MeatOVision: Frank suffers this in "Jumbo Frank".
* {{Meganekko}}: Melody, who comes complete with OpaqueLenses.
* TheMessiah: Both Stacy and Polly. A rare instance of two messiahs existing in a series, whereas most simply just have one.
* MindScrew: This little exchange from Madam Know-It-All.
-->'''Russell:''' What's a psychic?
-->'''Bradley:''' No, who's a psychic?
-->'''Russell:''' What?
-->'''Bradley:''' Who?
-->'''Russell:''' Huh?
-->'''Bradley:''' Who is a psychic?
** A lot of the time it's hard to tell what's really happening and what the kids are only imagining.
* MiniSeries: Precisely what this series started as.
** It's worth noting that there's a slight difference in both the actors and the animation, and in the Photo Oops-esque episode, Polly asks Stacy if she joined the Navy (due mainly to her sailor outfit).
** Of course, all of them would be made available if the DVD release of this series becomes reality.
* MisplacedKindergartenTeacher: Ms. Mobley, right down to the way she speaks.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: Subverted.
* MouseWorld: Sea monkeys and mice, the latter of which comes close to taking over the Stickler residence [[spoiler: until Stanley decides to stop paying for the cable]].
* [[MrImagination Mrs. and Mr. Imagination]]: Stacy and Bradley.
* [[AWizardDidIt My Imagination Did It]]
* MummiesAtTheDinnerTable: Polly with her (dead) poodle, Pepperoni.
* MundaneMadeAwesome: Especially considering the overall premise, it's hard to imagine that Stacy and Bradley are just going through episode after episode enduring everyday life situations.
* NoAnimalsWereHarmed: Subverted with Pepperoni, who's already dead. The subversion also happens to a turtle that gets run over, a school pet that Bradley was supposed to take care of, and a baby bird that fell out of its nest.
* NoIndoorVoice: "'''''HI, GUYS!'''''" "...hi, Dill."
* OhCrap: The general reaction given everytime Stanley attempts to do some handy work.
* OurFairiesAreDifferent: Fairy Coat Mother, Fairy Snot Mother, and the Snack Fairy.
* ParentalAbandonment: Except for Stacy, we hardly see the parents of any of the other kids, especially Bradley.
* ParentalBonus: The movie references count as this.
* ParentExMachina: Some of Stacy and Bradley's imagination driven hijinks do get them in trouble at times.
* ThePigPen: Russell.
* ThePollyanna: Ms. Mobley.
* RidingIntoTheSunset: Done with washing machines. Lampshaded in the same occasion by Mr. Doddler.
* SadistShow
* SadistTeacher: Both Mr. Lederhosen and Principal Coffin, though the former counts as more of [[DrillSergeantNasty a bossy drill sergeant]].
* SerialEscalation: The "kids making their own cartoon" premise pretty much speaks for itself.
* ShoutOut: See ParentalBonus for a good chunk of them.
* [[SixStudentClique Seven Student Clique]]
** The Head Stacy
** The Muscle Lance
** The Quirk Bradley
** The Pretty One Melody
** The Smart One Polly
** The Wild One Russell and Dill
* SlapstickKnowsNoGender
* SliceOfLife
* SpiritualSuccessor: To [[{{WesternAnimation/LiquidTelevision}} Liquid TV's "Stick Figure Theater"]], which is noteworthy considering Robin Steele was responsible for both and they share the same art style.
* SquiggleVision
* StickFigureComic: This, alongside Stick Figure Theatre, is a rare occurence of a Stick Figure ''TV Show''.
* StuffBlowingUp
* StylisticSuck: The show ''itself'' '''IS''' an extended example of this trope.
* SuperHero: The most frequently used alternate persona of Bradley and Stacy. In one episode alone, Bradley takes the form of [[FiveManBand five superheroes]] while playing baseball with his friends, including [[RubberMan "The Amazing Rubber Guy"]].
* SuckECheeses: Captain Hook And Slice.
* TakeThat: Stacy and Bradley do this to one another a lot.
* TalkativeLoon: Dill again. '''[[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment HOLY MACKEREL!!!]]'''
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Cheese Poopers, Mr. Fizzy, and Mr. Fudgie Bars.
* {{Troperiffic}}
* TwoShorts
* TwoTeacherSchool
* UranusIsShowing: Bradley's favourite joke. Which isn't to say Stacy doesn't get her fair share in regards to using it.
* WellExcuseMePrincess: Another notable element in Bradley and Stacy's relationship.

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'''Dill''': HEY, YOU GUYS!! THERE'S INDEX PAGES THAT TAKE YOU TO ALL SORTS OF PLACES ON THIS WIKI, YOU KNOW!!
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