* AdaptationDisplacement: Or what could be product displacement this case. "Home is Where the Heart Is," was featured in the movie version of the pilot, but edited out of the syndicated version (although if you concentrate you can a hear a few notes from it at one point). This causes many people to think it was created for the Disney Afternoon album.
* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Is Rebecca an abusive MeanBoss who exploits her ownership of the ''Sea Duck'' to get labour from Baloo, or a charitable ExtremeDoormat who constantly ensures employment and a living for her incompetent {{Jerkass}} friend? Similarly, is Baloo only working at Higher For Hire as a means to buy back the Sea Duck and bail out, or is he [[PapaWolf a provider and guardian for his surrogate family]] that only holds onto said vow out of stubborn {{pride}}?
* BaseBreaker: Rebecca, to one half of the fanbase is [[TheWoobie the most endearing character]] in the show, to the other half, she is a stuck-up {{Jerkass}}.
** It doesn't help that her behavior varies from one episode to another, DependingOnTheWriter.
* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Has [[Awesome/TaleSpin its own page]].
* DracoInLeatherPants: Don Karnage. Seriously, he's the FurryFandom equivalent of [[PiratesOfTheCaribbean Jack Sparrow]]!
* EarWorm: The theme song.
** The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w3y0-QjmAZ0 Sky Pirates]] song is a little ''too'' catchy for Baloo's own safety. (Probably [[MythologyGag a nod]] to a similar scene in ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' movie).
* EnsembleDarkhorse: More than a few characters in the show have gained a plausible fanbase, Don Karnage may be the most outstanding example however ([[BreakoutCharacter even gaining his own solo outing in]] ''RawToonage'').
* EvilIsSexy: [[spoiler: Kitten Kaboodle]] in "A Star Is Torn" so very much.
* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: The message in "Save the Tiger": Be careful with what you promise. People might exploit the hell out of it.
* {{Fanon}}: Myra's last name, Foxworthy.
* FoeYay: Baloo and Plane Jane have plenty of this going on in "Waiders Of The Wost Tweasure".
* FurryFandom: This is mainly thanks to Rebecca and the numerous [[GirlOfTheWeek girls of the week]].
* HilariousInHindsight: Whenever Rebecca (voiced by Sally Struthers) goes into a GetRichQuickScheme, it's not hard to imagine her saying, "Do you want to make money? Sure, we all do!"
* IAmNotShazam: "Don" is a Spanish '''title''' and form of address.
* JerkassWoobie: Colonel Spigot may be a jerk, but considering he combines aspects of {{Determinator}} and NoRespectGuy to the point where most people [[AccidentalMisnaming don't even remember his name]], and that he is constantly mocked about his [[TheNapoleon small size]], ''and'' the fact that he does everything to please the [[FatBastard High Marshall]] (who constantly insults and threatens him) so that he won't be shot, that definitely puts him under this trope. It's hard ''not'' to feel sorry for him sometimes.
** Also [[ButtMonkey Douglas Benson]] from the episode "Louie's Last Stand" since he's been constantly harassed and humiliated since he was ''five'' years old, which ''can'' have unfortunate effects on one as adult, so his excess zeal is '''somewhat''' forgivable.
* LGBTFanbase: Don Karnage has gotten this on occasion.
* MagnificentBastard: Shere Khan.
* MemeticMutation: Ask anyone about this show, and probably the first thing they'll think of is '''''[[LargeHam DON KARNAGE!]]'''''. Preferably with as many TrrrillingRrrs as they can manage.
* MemeticSexGoddess: [[HotScientist Katie Dodd]] and [[HumanoidFemaleAnimal Kitten]] [[EvilIsSexy Kaboodle]] have earned this title with many fans.
* NightmareFuel: ''Oh boy'' is Shere Khan terrifying in his first scene.
** Baloo's nightmare sequence in "From Here to Machinery" that symbolizes what's at stake if he loses to the robotic pilot... by showing him [[TransformationTrauma being transformed into one of the pilots]].
* OneSceneWonder[=/=]OneShotCharacter: The series contains several guest star characters who have fan followings.
* TheScrappy: The High Marshal.
* TastesLikeDiabetes: How some fans view Molly, though at least being a bit of a LittleMissSnarker tones it down slightly.
* ToyShip: Kit and Molly, even though the show portrays them as LikeBrotherAndSister.
* TheWoobie: Again, Kit and Molly, on several occasions.
** Baloo and Rebecca lean the fine line between this and a JerkassWoobie in some of their sympathetic moments.
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