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Animation: Pleasant Goat And Big Big Wolf
"Even though I'm just a little goat..."
-Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf: Joys of the Season OP

The main goats. note 

The tale of a group of goats (or sheep or lambs depending on translation issues)and the wolf that tries to catch them Once an Episode. In the style of Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner, said wolf's plans are foiled each episode and the goats go home, free and victorious. The wolf, on the other hand, goes home to endure his wife's epic beatings. That pretty much sums up the whole series, which spans 500+ episodes. Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf is a rather popular cartoon series in China, being one of, if not the, most successful pieces of animation the nation has ever domestically produced. It debuted c. 2005 and airs in China, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, and as of recent news, New Zealand and Australia. It's also spanned four movies, and the company plans to make a movie for every animal of the Chinese zodiac.

Now for a more in-depth look at this epic story by Hwang Weiming. The group of goats live in a village aptly titled "Goat Village." The show focuses mostly on the main group of school-age goats. They are led by Xi Yang Yang/ Pleasant Goat/ Happy Goat/ Weslie, who usually takes center-stage and saves the day against Grey Wolf/ Hui Tai Lung/ Wolffy. Other goats include Mahn Yang Yang/Slow Goat/Mr.Slowy, the village elder/mayor/schoolmaster, Lan Yang Yang/ Lazy Goat/ Lance/ Patty/ Fatty, Fei Yang Yang/ Sparky/ Force Goat/ Fit Goat, his crush, Mei Yang Yang/ Pretty Goat/ Tibby, and Luan Yang Yang/ Soft Goat/ Jody, the class president. Let's not forget the ancestors of the goat clan.

Other wolves include Wolffy's wife/mate, Red Wolf/ Hong Tai Lung/ Wolnie, his son Little Grey/ Xiou Hui Hui/ Wilie, his nephew, the Vegetarian Carnivore Banana Wolf, and the rest of his pack. Then there's the wolves on his wife's side, including her cousin Shan Tai Lung/ Fragrant Wolf and parents. Of course, there's also Wolffy's grandparents, father, and ancestors.

Still, it's a cartoon for children and Pleasant Goat is highly recommended for those who want to improve their mandarin listening skills- it has simple vocabulary and is easy to understand. However, it happens to be one of those kiddy shows with an enormous amount of Getting Crap Past the Radar (by Western standards, at least), complete with lots of Foe Yay, Ho Yay, moments of Does This Remind You of Anything?, alcoholism, attempted suicide, and blatant use of guns (which actually look and act like guns) and knives.

Think Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner meets The Smurfs.

Here's some info from the other wiki

This show provides examples of:

  • Absurdly Sharp Blade: Old Knife Goat has one. Subverted in that it doesn't really cut through anything unless he goes berserk.
  • Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: Almost everyone.
  • Accidental Pervert: Wolffy after mistaking a female wolf's dress for a tablecloth.
  • Acting Unnatural
  • Adult Fear: Your kids disappearing, your kids getting eaten, your wife and child about to be incinerated, etc.
  • Aesop Amnesia: The animals are fond of this.
  • Aliens Speaking Chinese
  • Alien Abduction: Limbless Egg people do this to Tibby and Wolffy; the latter has it happen to him twice- it's never shown how he got away.
    • The whole conflict of the third movie is centered on this. Granted, the aliens were... vegetables and fruits.
  • Alliterative Family: Wolffy, Wolnie, and Wilie.
  • All Just a Dream: Happens twice, in the POVS of Wolffy and Mr. Slowy respectively. The latter has an Or Was It a Dream?.
  • Ambiguously Gay: Leo the shark.
  • Amusing Injuries: A lot.
  • Ancestral Weapon: Martial Wolf left behind a lot of stuff.
  • Anachronic Order: The English dub skipped over 500 episodes. Subverted in the original Chinese, where apparently everything was in order, including Wilie's birth.
  • An Aesop
  • And There Was Much Rejoicing: Pretty much any time the goats defeat the wolves. And whenever the Big Bad of the movies is defeated.
  • Animation Bump: Since season 3, compared with the show's first airing.
  • Animate Inanimate Object: The sun and moon.
  • Animesque: Granted, all far Eastern Animation has shades of this.
  • Anthropomorphic Food: The grass, only once though.
  • April Fools' Plot: Weslie once spent an episode pranking his friends, while Wolffy created a "prank-compelling" potion. The moral was not to prank people since this ended rather badly for both of them.
    • Happens again when Mr. Slowy pretends to be dying to get back at the goats.
  • Arch-Enemy: Wolffy and Weslie. In the past, Wu Da Lang/ Martial Wolf (the wolf clan ancestor)and Luang Mie Mie/Soft Sheep (the goat clan ancestor).
  • Arson Murder And Jay Walking: In Qing Qing, stealing, disturbing the peace, kidnapping, etc. are all illegal, as well as running on grass. This trope also covers most of the wolves' crimes, which really do range from arson to stepping on blades of grass.
  • Art Evolution: Believe it or not, the simple flash animation did improve over the years
  • Art Shift: In the second movie, the animation becomes a Mario-style video game when Weslie and Wolffy enter the temple.
    • The Mario-esque sequences now happen frequently in the show.
  • Artifact of Doom: The pin of misfortune, which screws over everyone that comes in contact with it. Also the thing responsible for the death of Wolffy's father, Black Wolf, if Mr. Slowy is correct.
    • Subverted in season 4. It's a pin of fortune- it just brings bad luck before good luck.
  • Asleep for Days: Purposely invoked by Paddi in an effort to win the Qing Qing world record for the Grassland's best sleeper. He lost out to a fatigued Wolffy, who managed to sleep even longer (and counting).
  • Asshole Victim: The wolves, usually. Paddi, Sparky, and on occasion Weslie, get their fair share too.
  • Ass Shove: Sparky shoots Wolffy in the butt with a dart.
  • Awesome but Impractical: Nearly every scheme in the show.
  • Bad Ass: Almost everyone gets a chance to be this.
  • Bad Ass Grandpa: Old Knife goat once the flower on his head is removed and Mr.Slowy when he finds out the wolves stopped a letter from his ill old flame from reaching him. Both result in Wolffy getting thrashed, along with his home.
  • Bad Bad Acting: Wolffy forced the goats to make a film with him. This is the result.
  • Balloon Belly: Anytime anyone eats too much.
  • Barefoot Cartoon Animals: Almost everyone except the goats.
  • Bears Are Bad News: Especially for Wolffy.
  • Beauty Equals Goodness: For Tibbie, at least. Subverted with the Ling Goat Princess, who stays a Jerk Ass through everything.
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: Wolffy wastes all 3 of his wishes with Xiao Jing Ling/Little Fairy. He wishes he was outside, then wishes to have the goats with him, which puts him back into the cave, then wishes for 3 more wishes which are against the rules and earns him a whack.
  • Bedsheet Ghost: Wilie and Wolffy did this in the woods once to scare the goats.
  • Berserk Button: Every character has this.
  • Betty and Veronica: Pink Fox and Wolnie for Wolffy, respectively. Subverted in that they're both revealed to be Veronicas.
  • Big Bad: In the first movie, the black bacteria leader. In the second movie, the Tiger lord. In the third movie, the Bitter Gourd King.
  • Big Damn Movie: And how! The first was about the goats going into the body of Mr. Slowy's snail to fight a bacteria war, the second was about everyone working together to save Qing Qing grassland, and the third is about them saving the moon, the fourth was about them saving ais apparently going to be about them saving a world.
  • Big Fancy Castle: Wolf castle to an extent. Subverted with the monkey king's castle- it just looks big from a distance; it's actually a cardboard cut out made to look formidable.
  • Big "WHAT?!"
  • Bilingual Dialogue: Random bits of English are thrown in here and there in later episodes.
  • Bishie Sparkle: Used for laughs but played straight with Wilie.
  • Birthday Episode: There's been one for all the goats, at least two for Tibbie, two for Wilie, one for Wolnie, one for Wolffy, two for Mr. Slowy, one for the sea turtle, etc.
  • Black and White Morality: The show started out this way: goats were good and wolves were bad, until it began to steadiy become a mixture of White and Grey Morality/ Black and Grey Morality.
  • Body Horror: Mostly happens to Wolffy. He liquefied himself once and regained solidity- then melted when splashed with water, and the limbs went first. He got his head switched with his butt once, and had many unpleasant things happen to his tail.
  • Borrowed Catchphrase: Anytime anyone other than Wolffy cries "I'll be back!"
  • Break Out Character: Paddi.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: Wolffy: I'm the best actor in this cartoon!
  • Broken Aesop: Many episodes teach moral X and the heroes break it just before the end
  • Brown Note: Wolffy invented a conch to lure the goats to sleep.
  • Butt Monkey: Wolffy, among the goats and his own family. When the goats are alone, Paddi, and sometimes Mr. Slowy.
    • Iron Butt Monkey: Wolffy, definitely. A blog activity even counted all the crap he took- he's been his by a frying pan 9,990+ times, been bitten by piranhas 336 times, been electrocuted 300+ times, been trampled by the goats 260+ times, etc. and still keeps coming back for more.
  • Cain and Abel: The bacteria brothers in The Movie.
    • Hei Da Shuai/Marshall Black and Xiao Sa Ge/Carefree Bro/Shining Prophet, in season 2.
  • Call Back
  • Carnivore Confusion: Tigers, lions, alligator, bears, every carnivore that's not a wolf has no desire to eat goats.
  • Cartoon Physics
  • Carrying a Cake:
  • Cassandra Truth:
  • Catch Phrase: Wolffy shouts "Darn goat! I'll be back for sure/ I'll definitely come back/ I'll be back!"
    • Paddi's "I don't want to die," Tibby's "It's good/bad for the skin," Wilie's "Dad, you lied to me!"
  • Casual Interstellar Travel: To a T. Anyone can go up to space in a few minutes because they all just conveniently have spaceships.
  • Chained Heat: Played straight in the second movie when Weslie and Wolffy end up chained together in the middle of the desert
  • Chick Magnet: Bien Zuai Luen/Flat Bill Luen. And Wolffy to an odder extent.
  • Coat, Hat, Mask: Sort of, the nameless hero/ Wolffy of Goat Village dons a straw hat, a cloak, and a cloth that covers his face.
  • Combining Mecha: The robot goats are able to this.
  • Comic Book Adaptation:
  • Continuity Nod:
  • Cool and Unusual Punishment
  • Cool Horse: The ones that showed up anyway. In the English dub, they even speak like The Ahnold.
  • Cute Is Evil: Fragrant, Little Fragrant, cub!Wolffy, and Wilie in his first appearance.
  • Dance Party Ending: In the live-action movie.
  • Depending on the Artist: Some of the promo pics (and even movie posters) use a style completely different from the show.
  • Depending on the Writer: Before characterization stabilized, how the characters acted depended heavily on this trope.
  • Determinator: Wolffy has come up with 2,000+ plans to catch the goats. He always fails and ends up on the receiving end of physical pain. He still hasn't given up.
    • In one episode, Patty went on a trek to deliver snow to a southern village, motivated by the fact that if he doesn't deliver the snow, Little Knife Goat will never be able to see snow. Not knowing this, Mr. Slowy, thinking Patty would never do such a thing, decides to let Little Knife Goat come to their village instead. The episode ends with Patty basically calling Mr. Slowy a Jerk Ass.
    • Xio Bai Lung/White Wolf qualifies as well.
  • Disney Death: In the first movie, Weslie and Wolffy
  • Disproportionate Retribution:
  • Does Not Like Shoes: Most of the wolves. Also Brother Tai, Paddi, and several other animals.
  • Downer Ending: A large amount. Some episodes end with everyone's problems unsolved or just worse for both the heroes and villains. Every damn episode ends on a downer if you root for Wolffy.
  • Does This Remind You of Anything?: Some suggestive scenes here and there. Also, the characters pointing their pinkies at Paddi- he claimed that everyone was "flipping" him off.
  • Disguised in Drag: Weslie, Patty, and Wolffy have all tried this.
  • Dramatic Spotlight: Used frequently for dramatic drama.
  • Dressing as the Enemy: Weslie and Sparky disguised themselves as wolf cubs once, with the former having impersonated both Wolffy and Wolnie at different points.
    • Wolffy and Wolnie disguise themselves as goats frequently.
  • Driven to Suicide: Happens to Paddi, Wolffy (on at least 3 occasions), an unnamed frog. Not that any of them succeeded.
  • Drunk on Milk: Wolffy and his uncle got drunk on "fruit juice" once- strangely enough, since everyone usually gets drunk on actual liquor.
  • Dynamic Entry: Little Fragant likes to "surprise" Wilie.
  • Easy Amnesia: Happens to Wolnie and Sparky once. Happens to Wolffy thrice.
  • Eat The Camera:
  • Enemy Mine: Happens between the goats and wolves whenever forced to work together.
  • Episode Title Card:
  • Evil Plan: Almost any scheme by a non-vegan wolf or any other baddie.
  • Exactly What It Says on the Tin: There's the title itself, and almost any adjective preceding the characters' names.
  • Everything's Better with Penguins: Yep, penguins in China
  • Face Fault: Happens often.
  • Face Plant: Most of the male cast has been through this.
  • Faceless Masses: Almost every non-protagonist goat looks the same. In the second movie, they're clearly copies of each other filling up the background. It's even worse for the nameless wolves; they're a mass of identical clones!
  • Failure Is the Only Option: Wolffy and how!
  • Faking the Dead: Wolffy did it once to lure the goats into a false sense of security.
  • Fan Nickname: Xi Di Di/Little Brother Happy or Xiao Xi Ur/Little Happy for Weslie and Hui Da Guh/ Big Brother Grey or Hui Da Xu/ Old Man Grey for Wolffy. The goats (and Wolnie sometimes) tend to be called just by their adjectives (lazy, etc.). Or the goats are called in the same "format" as Weslie's nicknames.
  • Fantastic Racism: Only between the goats and wolves.
  • Feather Fingers
  • Five-Man Band
  • Flanderization: A complaint about what happens to the goats in the third season. The exact opposite happens to the wolves. YMMV on both, of course.
  • Flight: Happens to Wolffy as often as Team Rocket blasts off, involuntarily and usually via frying pan hit.
  • Food as Bribe: Works for Paddi and the wolves.
  • Four-Fingered Hands
  • Fountain of Youth: An episode centered on this when the goats needed to save Mr. Slowy from dying of old age (he lied to them as payback for mocking his age) and Wolnie wanted to restore her youth. There was no more water left in it because too many animals drank from it.
  • "Freaky Friday" Flip: Happens to Wolffy and Sparky. Then Wolnie became Paddi, Weslie became Wolnie, and Paddi became Weslie in the same episode
  • Frickin' Laser Beams:
  • Funny Animal: The show's whole basis. All the characters are anthromorphic animals.
  • Genre Savvy: Weslie and Paddi seem to have caught on to the show's pattern.
    • Paddi: My superpower is that I'll always be saved!
    • Weslie: With Mr. Wolffy's luck, do you guys really think he'll make it back?
  • Get Out:
  • Getting Crap Past the Radar:
  • Ghibli Hills
  • Giant Spider
  • G-Rated Sex: Wolffy and Wolnie.
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: A good portion of the cast. The rest are either fully dressed or just naked
  • Hand Blast: Wolffy randomly gains this ability as a gag in a couple season 6 episodes. (It didn't help him.)
  • Heel-Face Revolving Door: The wolves whenever joining forces with the goats. Especially noticeable in the movies.
  • Heel-Face Turn: The Bitter Gourd, in the third movie and pretty much every Big Bad and his henchman in the movies.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: In the first movie, Weslie seems to do this after saving Wilie and appears to be trapped inside the bacteria cave of Mr. Slowy's snail forever. He got out just fine
    • In episode 499, the whole tribe of goats in the past are under the impression that Wolffy AKA the nameless hero was killed in a brawl with Martial Wolf's pack in an attempt to give them enough time to close their newly built gate. They even erect a statue in his honor, which the goats in the present regularly pay their respects to every year.
    • In the 3rd season, Wolffy does it again, telling the goats to leave him behind and go back to Qing Qing with the Deep Ocean Pearl so they can change Wolnie and Mr. Slowy back from fish to their original forms, while he's captured by the giant squid that guarded the pearl. Of course, he ends up fine.
    • In the same season, Mr. Slowy volunteers to be the wolves' meal to save the reputation/well-being of the goats. He lives.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Most of Wolffy's schemes end this way.
  • Hologram
  • Humiliation Conga: Happens to Wolffy and Wolnie mostly. And to the Five-Bad Band in the second movie.
  • Humongous Mecha: The mechanical goats can assemble into one.
  • Hypocritical Humor:
  • Identity Amnesia: See above for Easy Amnesia. Wolffy, Sparky, and Wolnie.
  • Idiot Ball: Passed around like there's no tomorrow.
  • I'll Kill You!: Usually said by a wolf to a goat or vice versa; other animals get to use this phrase too. Wolnie's fond of saying similar to Wolffy as well.
  • Imagine Spot: Many, many,
  • Incredible Shrinking Man: Wolffy invented a pill for it once.
    • Mr. Slowy invented a ray to shrink the goats to bacteria size in The Movie.
  • Irony: Occurs a lot, but the incident that takes the cake is the founding of the Goat village gate. Wolffy went back in time to ruin Weslie's genes so he would be easier to catch. But since he helped his ancestors catch the goats, goats are extinct in the present. He then has to go back again to stop his ancestors from killing the goats. This time, he saves the goats, tells them how to build their gate, and tries to fend off the attacking wolves single-handedly. That's right, that is the nameless hero's identity.
  • Jackass Genie: Xiao Jingling/ Little Fairy. He's not so much a Jerk Ass as he is useless and/or a hindrance more often than not, though he does help the characters out once in a while.
  • Jump Scare:
  • Kick the Dog: The wolves do this a lot to the other critters, namely goats and small animals. Wolffy ends up being the kicked dog almost, if not more often than he uses this trope.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: The wolves' lives run on this. Happens to several of the goats too.
  • Leitmotif: The goats, and any other friendly group for that matter, have a soothing, peaceful tune accompanying them. When the wolves, and any other antagonistic group, attack, they have a harder, more urgent tune.
  • Lava Pit:
  • Limited Wardrobe:
  • Live-Action Adaptation: One is coming out. General opinion is... mixed.
    • It has come out- "I love Wolffy."
  • The Lost Woods: The Little Fairy's home- and once you're in, there's no getting out. Not that it stopped the main cast.
  • Love at First Sight: Wolffy to Wolnie. Wolnie on the other hand...
  • Love Confession:
  • Loves My Alter Ego: One of the unnamed goats falls for Sparky in his super costume which was designed for Tibby so it ends up adding curves to him and changing his voice. The goat thought he was female.
  • Love Triangle: Triang Relations type 5 for Sparky who wants Tibby who is heavily implied to crush on Weslie. Type 12 for Wolnie, married to Wolffy, and still attracted to White Wolf who has no animosity towards Wolffy. Possibly type 4 for Pink Fox, attracted to Wolffy, who's married to Wolnie. Could also be type 7 for Wolffy, attracted to both Wolnie and Pink Fox. Played for laughs with Brother Tai and Sister Tigress- they're in love with each other, but Sister Tigress thinks he's actually in love with Wolffy.
  • Lull Destruction: Silence is replaced with constant grunting, giggling, etc.
  • Luminescent Blush:
  • Masculine Lines, Feminine Curves: Brother Tai and Sister Tigress, female wolves and male wolves.
  • Meaningful Name: Happy Goat is happy, Lazy goat is lazy, etc.
  • The Merch: Oh yes.
  • Merchandise-Driven: It's China.
  • Mind-Control Eyes:
  • Moment Killer:
  • Money, Dear Boy: Yes.
  • Mountain of Food:
  • Mr. Fanservice: There is a book in China called All Women Love Grey Wolf as well as a popular internet slogan: "Marry a man like grey wolf." That is all.
    • Happened to Wolffy in-universe as well in one played-for-laughs episode. He created a chip to make himself the perfect wolf for Wolnie, and successfully caught all the goats in a Curb-Stomp Battle. Weslie's plan to save his friends? Promote Wolffy to all the women in the forest. Cue female carnivores lining up at Wolffy's door, and a brawl with Wolnie- then Weslie freed his friends
    • Played straight in-universe with Bien Zuai Luen/ Flat mouth luen, a duck celebrity/singer that every female character and some males adores.
  • Never Say "Die": Oh, averted, so so much, oddly enough. Below are but a few examples.
    • Wolffy: Well, Weslie, looks like your death date's here.
    • Patty: If I die, then we die together! (while stuck to Wolffy, both strapped to dynamite)
    • Wolnie: Wolffy! Do you not want to live anymore!?
      • She also gets the line "We were supposed to die together!"
    • Pink Fox: I can't do that! Your wife would kill me!
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: Sparky accidentally breaks Mr. Slowy's cake. His friends fixed it. Paddi does this most of the time.
  • Non-Fatal Explosions: As expected, nobody ever actually dies from these, but it does cause distress and/or Amusing Injury
  • No Export for You: The "Goat Olympics" were only broadcasted in China and Taiwan.
    • The live-action movie only showed in China.
  • No One Could Survive That:
  • Not Me This Time:
  • Not What It Looks Like: Happens to Wolffy a lot with Pink Fox.
  • Nobody Poops: Averted. Pooping is a neccesity to the cast! Not to mention several incidents of constipation and diarrhea.
  • Novelization: Storybooks, comic books, etc.
  • Off Model: The egg-shaped aliens are blue and pilot a regular flying saucer. Another time, they're green and pilot a ramen-bowl shaped spaceship.
  • Oh, Crap: Everyone delivers this often. Happens mostly to the main goats and Wolffy.
  • Only Six Faces
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Really, really thin. And everyone falls for it (except Wilie once).
  • Peek-a-Bangs: White Wolf has this over one eye.
  • Pet the Dog: The goats do this as often as the wolves do the opposite, not that the wolves don't have their fair share of this trope.
  • Planet of Steves: Nearly every goat is named "X Goat" and every wolf "X Wolf."
  • Polar Bears and Penguins
  • Potty Emergency: Several, due to diarrhea or constipation.
  • Pregnant Badass: Wolnie in the third movie.
  • Previously On: For any episode requiring a continuation, most notably in season 2 and the pearl arc in season 4.
  • Pride: The wolves and Weslie at times, have this flaw.
  • Pun-Based Title: Most of the episode names.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: Wilie. Cub!Wolffy and Cub!Wolnie apply too
    • YMMV but the goat protagonists also qualify.
  • Rapid Aging: Happens to the cast in the episode where the Earth began spinning uncontrollably fast when the aliens' spaceship got caught in its orbit.
  • Rule of Funny
  • Running on All Fours: Wolffy lapsed into this a few times.
  • Save the Villain: The goats save the wolves every so often, usually resulting in the latter trying to capture them anyway or Fridge Logic since they're not particularly "soft-handed" in their defenses.
  • Scooby-Dooby Doors: Happens once in wolf castle, when Wilie and Paddi are running from some thugs chased by Master Pao Pao for stealing his hat.
  • Series Continuity Error: Wolnie gave birth to four cubs in the third movie but in the seasons following that movie, Wilie is still an only child. There's also the matter of Wolffy's scar- the 3rd movie showed him with it when he met Wolnie, the series showed him without it in the first years of their marriage. Not to mention their marriage itself- the early seasons implied that had dated before it was retconned by The Movie into an arranged wedding.
    • Weslie was once seen as a Lightning Bruiser, able to outrun Wolffy at every turn and curb stomp him with just his feet and hands. It never happened again.
    • Wolffy and Wolnie were terrified/shocked at seeing a tiger in an early episode (actually Patty, Sparky, and Weslie in disguise), which raises some questions since they don't seem to mind Brother Tai and in season 3, Wolffy was seen being bullied by a tiger in his childhood.
    • Weslie's mother had a cameo in the second movie. She looks noticeably different in the third one.
  • Ship Sinking: Sparky and Tibby, sunk as often as it's teased, frequently with Tibby shouting "I hate Sparky!", then forgiving him, then saying the exact same thing again. The frog princess and Wolffy, not that anyone cared. Brother Tai and the Tigress Teacher.
  • Ship Tease: So so much! Weslie/Tibby, Weslie/Paddi, Weslie/Sparky, Weslie/Jody, Weslie/Wolffy, Weslie/ Frog Princess, Weslie/Anyone, Sparky/Paddi, Sparky/Tibby, Wolffy/any goat, Wolffy/Pink Fox, Wolffy/Night Wolf, Wolffy/Fragrant Wolf, Wolffy/ Frog Princess, Wolffy/Leo the shark, Wolffy/Brother Tai, Wolffy/ all the female carnivores of Qing Qing in one ep., Wolffy/a spider, Paddi/Tibby, Jody/Banana Wolf, Wolnie/White Wolf** And there's probably more... Season 4 now brings Wilie/Xio Shun Shun (Little Fragrant)
  • Slapstick Knows No Gender
  • Spotlight-Stealing Squad: Paddi and the wolf family
    • Wolffy also gets this reaction when he attempts to "repay" the goats for their kindness.
  • Story Arc: The Smart Dodging season and several small ones in later seasons.
  • Take That: At the Chinese milk powder poison incident in the first movie.
  • Taking You with Me: The cast loves to use this, usually through suicide bombing but no one ever actually takes anyone out or dies.
  • Tempting Fate: Jodie and Wolffy.
  • Theme Tune Cameo: Many characters have been humming or outright singing this.
  • Theme Tune Roll Call: The first OP. The English dub subverts it by completely replacing those lyrics.
  • Third-Person Person: Wolffy and Brother Tai are prone to this for emphasis. They do it even more in Chinese, and even the goats and Wilie do it at times (it's not considered as hammy an act in madarin).
  • The Clan: Many of them. The Qing Qing grassland goats, the wolf pack, the blue grassland goats, etc.
  • The Wiki Rule: Yes, even this has a wiki.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: Wolffy, Wolnie, Night Wolf, sometimes Patty. Little Fragrant had her moment too, snapping at the goats for saving her from falling off a cliff.
  • Unusual Euphemism: Fried rice plays a heavy part in the wolf couple's life. Wolnie once baited Wolffy with a plate of fried rice if he promises to catch goats, the other option was getting whacked with an even bigger frying pan. He takes a long time debating it, drooling/panting over the rice with flushed cheeks.
    • Wolffy: I love your fried rice!
  • Vague Age: Nobody's age has actually been officially confirmed.
  • Villain Episode: Loads. Even the live action movie is wolf-centric.
  • Vocal Evolution: Practically all the main characters. Weslie's voice went from a reasonably low-pitched voice to a higher, more effeminate one. Wolffy's went from ranging between deep and higher-pitched nasally to settling on the lighter one. In short, their voices are getting progressively higher.
  • Villain Protagonist: Wolffy.
  • Vomit Indiscretion Shot
  • Weather Control Machine: Wolffy made one.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Everyone.
  • World of Funny Animals
  • World of Ham

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