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''Angry Birds Toons'' is an animated series of shorts based on the ''VideoGame/AngryBirds'' video game series, it follows the everyday lives of the titular birds and their enemies, the VideoGame/BadPiggies. It's considerated something like TheAnimeOfTheGame. It's the first official AdaptationExpansion of the game series and the second after [[WesternAnimation/TheAngryBirdsMovie the movie of the game]] released on 2016. ''Toons'' uses SaturdayMorningCartoon style and every chapter doesn't last 3 minutes (the average time is 2:30 aprox.)

The series also have a couple of SpinOff series that use totally different kind of animation: ''WesternAnimation/PiggyTales'' (and its {{sequel}} ''WesternAnimation/PigsAtWork''), focused on Piggies which was made with StopMotion[=/=]{{Claymation}} and ''Angry Birds: Stella'' that uses CGI graphics, starred by the GirlyGirl pink bird of the same name and as an adaptation of the spin-off game of the same name.

The series premiered in March 2013 and has 52 planned episodes and 4 seasons, with a new episode being released every Sunday. It can be watched in some of Rovio's apps as well as on [[https://www.toons.tv/ ToonsTV]]. Since 2016, Creator/{{Netflix}} starts to compile this series into 14-minute chapters, that have 3 episodes of ''Toons'', one of ''Stella'' and 2 of ''Piggy Tales''.

Also see ''WesternAnimation/PiggyTales'', which has its own page as well ''WesternAnimation/PigsAtWork'' (both PagesNeedingWikiMagic) with their [[Recap/PiggyTales Recap]] [[Recap/PigsAtWork pages]]. The character sheet can be found [[Characters/AngryBirds here]].

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[[folder:List of Season 1 episodes in order of release date]]
* "Chuck Time"
* "Where's My Crown?"
* "Full Metal Chuck"
* "Another Birthday"
* "Egg Sounds"
* "Pig Talent"
* "Cordon Bleugh!"
* "True Blue?"
* "Do As I Say!"
* "Off Duty"
* "Slingshot 101"
* "Thunder Chuck"
* "Gardening with Terence"
* "Dopeys on a Rope"
* "[[TrojanHorse Trojan Egg]]"
* "DoubleTake"
* "Crash Test Piggies"
* "Slappy-Go-Lucky"
* "Sneezy Does It"
* "Run Chuck Run"
* "Hypno Pigs"
* "Egg's Day Out"
* "Gate Crasher"
* "Hog Roast"
* "The Bird That Cried Pig"
* "Hamshank Redemption"
* "Green Pig Soup"
* "Catch of the Day"
* "Nighty Night Terence"
* "Piggy Wig"
* "[[AlliterativeTitle Pig Plot Potion]]"
* "Tooth Royal"
* "[[HalloweenEpisode Night of the Living Pork]]"
* "[[BeachEpisode King of the Castle]]"
* "Love Is In the Air"
* "Fired Up"
* "Clash of Corns"
* "A Pig's Best Friend"
* "Slumber Mill"
* "[[ChristmasEpisode Jingle Yells]]"
* "El Porkador!"
* "Hiccups"
* "The Butterfly Effect"
* "Hambo"
* "Bird Flu"
* "Piggies from the Deep"
* "Oh, Gnome!"
* "Shrub it In"
* "The Truce"
* "Operation Opera"
* "Chucked Out"
* "Bomb's Awake"
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[[folder:List of Season 2 episodes in order of release date]]
* "Treasure Hunt"
* "[[HalloweenEpisode Sweets of Doom]]"
* "Party Ahoy"
* "Hide and Seek"
* "Sink or Swim"
* "Super Bomb"
* "Just So"
* "The Miracle of Life"
* "Cave Pig"
* "[[ChristmasEpisode Joy to the Pigs]]"
* "Dogzilla"
* "Boulder Bro"
* "Chuckmania"
* "Not Without My Helmet"
* "Mona Litha"
* "Sir Bomb of Hamelot"
* "Bearded Ambition"
* "Cold Justice"
* "Slow the Chuck Down"
* "Brutal vs. Brutal"
* "Eating Out"
* "The Great Eggscape"
* "Sleep Like a Hog"
* "Bombina"
* "Pig Possessed"
* "Epic Sax-Off"
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[[folder:List of Season 3 episodes in order of release date]]
* "Royal Heist"
* "Bad Hair Day"
* "Golditrotters"
* "A Fistful of Cabbage"
* "[[HalloweenEpisode Pork]][[Film/BramStokersDracula ula]]"
* "Didgeridork"
* "The Porktrait"
* "Fix It!"
* "Age Rage"
* "Catching the Blues"
* "[[ChristmasEpisode Last Tree Standing]]"
* "Happy Hippy"
* "Mind the Pony"
* "Robo-Tilda"
* "King of the Ring"
* "Spaced Out"
* "Battling Butlers"
* "Eggshaustion"
* "Short and Special"
* "Hocus Porkus"
* "Romance in a Bottle"
* "The Butler Did It!"
* "Stalker"
* "Photochucked"
* "Bake On!"
* "Toy Hoggers"
[[/folder]]
!!Angry Birds Toons provides examples of:
* AccidentalHero: [[spoiler:Bomb]] at the end of "The Bird That Cried Pig".
* AdiposeRex: The King Pig. He has the [[JabbaTableManners table]] [[GluttonousPig manners]] to match.
* AlliterativeTitle: "Pig Plot Potion"
* AmusingInjuries:
** The pigs constantly get beat up and hurt, but "Crash Test Piggies" has the most outrageous injuries. One pig has eyepatches on both his eyes (and can still see) and another is somehow alive despite having a ''hole in his head''.
** One of the Blues gives some injuries to King Pig in "A Pig's Best Friend".
** Chuck suffers a few injuries in "Gate Crasher" when he tries to break through the steel door that blocks the entrance to Pig City.
* AntiHero: Terence. Although he's part of the flock and sometimes helps to stop the pigs, he is also a bitter, miserable loner who loathes the rest of the birds, especially Chuck, whom he absolutely detests.
* ArtEvolution: The animation went from UsefulNotes/AdobeFlash to hand-drawn by "Gardening with Terence". Before that, some episodes used [[ArtShift both styles of animation]].
** Corporal Pig went from a regular pig in a helmet to a darker green pig in a battle-scarred helmet that covers his eyes.
** The Pig Kingdom went from primitive and muddy to a more medieval village following the change to hand-drawn animation.
* AttentionDeficitOohShiny:
** In "Chuck Time", Chuck gets sidetracked by a butterfly when he is supposed to save Red from falling.
** In "Hypno Pigs", three minion pigs play with Red while he is hypnotized when they are supposed to steal the eggs. [[spoiler:This ultimately [[HoistByHisOwnPetard backfires on them]] when they do steal the eggs just after launching him with a slingshot as [[PinballProjectile he bounces off several rock formations and hits them]] just as they are about to leave.]]
** [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] by Chuck and the Blues in "Dopeys On a Rope" as they appear to be stalled by the pigs' distractions at first, but quickly snap out of it once they notice the pigs hanging above the nest.
** Matilda gets distracted by a fake butterfly in "The Butterfly Effect". This is however justified because the episode takes place during a very hot day, and the real butterfly she met earlier in the episode cooled her off.
* BenevolentArchitecture / HiddenInPlainSight: In "Gate Crasher", there is a small wooden door right next to the giant metal door that Chuck is trying to break through. It's also wide open.
* BerserkButton: Besides the one that they had for years, "Cordon Bleugh!" brings us another one: ''Don't mock Matilda's cooking''.
* BigBallOfViolence: Happens in "Slingshot 101", "Dopeys on a Rope", and "The Bird That Cried Pig". They always involve a bird getting into one with a pig.
* BigDamnHeroes: PlayedForLaughs by Bubbles in "Night of the Living Pork". [[spoiler:He unknowingly saves King Pig from a horde of undead pigs when he is just trick-or-treating and the undead pigs attack him]].
** [[spoiler:Terence]] plays this trope straight in "El Porkador!". A [[LargeHam giant singing pig]] effortlessly shakes off attacks from Red, the Blues, and Bomb, and is closing in on the eggs when [[spoiler:Terence shows up to block his path at the last second]].
** In another straight example, [[spoiler:Red, Matilda, and the Blues save the eggs just as King Pig is about to eat them in "Bird Flu"]]
* BigEater: The King Pig.
* BookEnds: "Egg's Day Out" begins and ends with a leaf landing near the nest, Red [[GoombaStomp stomping on said leaf]], and, as a result, an egg bouncing out of the nest, off a cliff, and into the river below.
* BrainsAndBrawn: Bomb and Terence respectively.
* BrawnHilda: Matilda.
* [[BrattyHalfPint Bratty Half Pints]]: The Blues.
* BulletTime: Chuck smacking the Corporal Pig in "Thunder Chuck".
* ButtMonkey: Chuck. His smugness and happy-go-lucky overconfidence often land him in awkward and (sometimes painful) situations.
* CardboardPrison: "Hamshank Redemption" subverts it at first. In the episode, a pig tries to escape from a prison many times, but is caught every time he tries. [[spoiler:This subversion becomes a double subversion when the pig finally escapes using another pig's flying hat.]]
* CarnivoreConfusion: In "Stalker", The pigs are seen standing in line at a hot dog stand. However, since hot dogs are made from pork, it really makes you want to wonder.
* ColdTurkeysAreEverywhere: In "Off Duty", Red can't stop visualizing things as eggs while on his vacation. He eventually cannot take it anymore and rushes back to the nest.
* ConstructionZoneCalamity: Red briefly pursues the stray egg through a construction zone in "Egg's Day Out".
* ContaminationSituation: "Bird Flu"; the Blues are sick with a really contagious disease that spreads to Matilda and Red in a matter of ''seconds''. By the end of the episode, [[spoiler:everyone in the episode gets infected]]. Luckily, Matilda [[spoiler:uses medicine to cure the flock]] halfway through the episode. This sets the episode up for an epic ending.
* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: King Pig punishes pigs in really amusing ways in "Where's My Crown?" and "Sneezy Does It". In the former, he makes his guards act as the wheels of a food cart while he eats apples on it. In the latter, he launches whoever hurts him out of a cannon.
** As punishment for attampting to steal the eggs in "The Butterfly Effect", [[spoiler:Matilda forces Corporal Pig and his two minions to dress up as a butterfly hanging on a tree and cool her off]].
* TheDeterminator: Chuck in "Gate Crasher" and Bomb in "Clash of Corns"
* DiscreetDiningDisposal: The other birds do this to avoid eating Matilda's soup.
* TheDogBitesBack: One of the Blues plays a very literal example "A Pig's Best Friend" after being captured. He does this by pretending to be King Pig's dog and terrorizing him in ways that a disobedient (or untrained) dog would terrorize his/her owner. However, he does not actually kill King Pig as the trope suggests. He just gives him several AmusingInjuries.
* DoubleTake: Matilda has one in the episode of the same name. She doesn't notice the pig's egg disguises at first, but she does after a few seconds.
* DrillSergeantNasty:
** Of the coach variety. Chuck tries to be one to the Blues in "Full Metal Chuck", but they manage to trick him into getting tied up so they can sleep some more.
** The Corporal Pig is a more traditional drill instructor. Most of his dialogue is shouting.
* DudeWheresMyReward: In "The Bird That Cried Pig", Chuck and Bomb rescue the eggs from some pigs. The other birds give all of the credit to Bomb, and Chuck is not happy about it. When Chuck [[spoiler:rescues the eggs after a [[EngineeredHeroics fake rescue]] gone wrong, Bomb receives credit for it even though he didn't do anything.]] (See EngineeredHeroics below)
* EarlyBirdCameo: In "Slumber Mill", the pigs are seen riding bottle rocket soapbox vehicles from ''Angry Birds Go!'', which was released three days after the episode premiered.
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The first six episodes alternated between focusing exclusively on the birds or the pigs instead of the egg stealing antics the franchise is known for.
* EngineeredHeroics: In "The Bird That Cried Pig", Chuck receives no credit for his part in a successful egg rescue (see DudeWheresMyReward above). In response, he hides the eggs in the nearby grass so it seems that the pigs stole them. When he "notices" that they have been stolen, he goes into the grass to retrieve the eggs, only to see that [[spoiler:the pigs took them out of his hiding place and are on the run. He then [[OneManArmy singlehandedly defeats a whole army of pigs]]. As he approaches the nest with the eggs, he trips and loses his grip on the eggs, which land in front of Bomb. [[AccidentalHero Bomb recieves all the credit for "finding" the eggs]], when it was actually Chuck who saved them.]]
* ExtremeOmnivore: The pigs like Matilda's stew, despite it being nasty enough to [[ThatPoorPlant kill plants]].
* EyeObscuringHat: Since his redesign in "Dopeys on a Rope", Corporal Pig's helmet usually covers his eyes.
* FearOfThunder: Chuck. In "Thunder Chuck", the pigs exploit this by faking a storm to distract him while they take the eggs.
* [[TheTeam The Flock]]
** TheLeader: Red
** TheLancer: Chuck
** TheSmartGuy: Bomb
** {{The Chick}}en: Matilda
** TheBigGuy: Terrence
** {{Tagalong Kid}}s: The Blues[[note]]Originally, {{The Lancer}}s in most of their game appearances.[[/note]]
* {{Foreshadowing}}:
** In "Clash of Corns", Bomb tries to convince Matilda to give her a corn she is growing in her garden. In one of his attempts, he pretends to be sick, but she doesn't fall for it. [[ContaminationSituation Guess what happens to her eight episodes later?]]
** At the end of "Joy to the Pigs" Terence gives King Pig a poodle toy. Guess what causes a ton of mayhem in the next episode?
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
** One of the episodes from Season 2 is titled ''Slow the Chuck Down!''
** In the Halloween-themed short "Trick or Tweet?" (made before the ''Toons'' series) Red's costume is himself struck by a large axe, with a considerable amount of fake blood stained on it (and on Red's body).
** In ''The Miracle Of Life'', the pigs capture Red and Chuck and force them to mate in order to produce eggs (despite being the same gender as each other). While trying to get out of the cage they've been locked in, they make a lot of noise, which tricks the pigs into thinking that they are "doing it".
* GratuitousEnglish: Most of the dialogue is groans and giggles, but that doesn't mean that English words don't pop up from time to time. Here are all of the English words said in the series:
--> "Bye!" (said by one of the Blues to Chuck at the end of "Full Metal Chuck")
--> "What?" (said by Chuck to Red in "Thunder Chuck")
--> "Oops." (said by Chuck after accidentally causing Red to be struck by lightning at the end of "Thunder Chuck")
--> "Bye Bye!" (said by one of the Blues to King Pig in "A Pig's Best Friend" and Matilda to a butterfly near the beginning of "The Butterfly Effect")
* GravityIsAHarshMistress: In "Chuck Time", when Chuck accidentally pushes Red off a cliff, he stays in the air long enough to look down and glare at Chuck before falling.
** This strikes Red again in "Egg's Day Out", where his mine cart flies off the rails, falls out from under him, and he ''still'' has enough time to look at the ground and [[BreakingTheFourthWall look at the audience before saying]] "[[OhCrap Uh-oh!]]"
* HalloweenEpisode: All five of them feature Bubbles, due to his adoration for Halloween and candy: "Ham-o-Ween" and "Trick of Tweet?" (made outside of the ''Toons'' series to promote level packs in ''Angry Birds Seasons'') and "Night of the Living Pork", "Sweets of Doom" and "Porkula".
* HazmatSuit: In "Bird Flu", the birds wear these to rescue their eggs from the pigs, who got ill with the same contagious disease that the birds suffered early in the episode.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: At the end of "Full Metal Chuck", [[spoiler:Chuck launches himself out of a slingshot while tied to an anchor. He crashes into the side of a cliff, then is left dangling under it]]. The Blues lampshade it by laughing at him. If you listen closely, you will hear one of them shout ,"Bye!" to him after he launches himself.
** Also, [[spoiler:the pigs]] at the end of "Hypno Pigs" (See AttentionDeficitOohShiny above and PinballGag below.
* HypocriticalHumor: In "Do as I Say", Matilda scolds the Blues for playing near the eggs. When a pig tries to take the eggs, she uses the exact same stunts the Blues were doing to stop the pig. The Blues call her out on it and they all decide to have fun together.
* InevitableWaterfall: In "Egg's Day Out", an egg falls into the river, and Red manages to get it back, only to find himself about to go over the waterfall. Once he goes over, he loses the egg again.
* [[ItsRainingMen It's Raining Pigs]]: In "Off Duty", the Pigs parachute from above [[ZergRush en masse]] when Red is on vacation. [[spoiler:They manage to overwhelm the birds and steal the eggs. Fortunately, Red comes back and single-handedly rescues the eggs]].
** [[ItsRainingMen It's Raining Popcorn]]: at the end of [[spoiler:"Clash of Corns"]]
* {{Jerkass}}: Chuck has shades of this, it often comes back to bite him in the butt.
** The Blues show it as well, except ''their'' Jerkassery is often used to their advantage.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Chuck really loves his friends and protecting the eggs, but that doesn't mean that he isn't arrogant from time to time.
* LargeHam:
** King Pig is one both figuratively and literally.
** "El Porkador!" features another one (again, both figuratively and literally) that is dressed as if he is a luchador in a Spanish bull fight. He also ''never stops singing''.
* LaughablyEvil: Every pig ever. Only three pigs[[note]]the Corporal, Foreman, and Chef Pigs[[/note]] have moments of ''not'' fitting this trope.
* LethalChef: In "Cordon Bleugh", Matilda makes soup for the other birds. The soup is a chunky brown slop thats so repulsive, it kills plants. Naturally the other birds hate it, which depresses Matilda. When she dumps it off a cliff, it lands on some pigs. [[spoiler:The pigs lick it up and love it, satisfying her.]]
* {{Letterbox}}: The sequence where Chuck fights the pigs in "Chucked Out".
* MadeOfIron: The eggs survive a LOT of physical abuse throughout the series. In "Do As I Say", they survive getting hit by a ball that is about the size of the nest. In "Double Take", they survive being dropped by the pigs and Matilda. But the worst offender is "Egg's Day Out", in which one egg survives insane falls off a cliff, a waterfall, and a rising I-beam. After falling off said I-beam, it bounces off several awnings and roofs before traveling through a gutter. Finally, they are the only ones who are not affected by a highly contagious disease in "Bird Flu".
* MagicalAntibiotics: [[spoiler:Used by Matilda in "Bird Flu" to cure herself, Red, and the Blues of an unusually contagious disease]]
* MessyPig: The Pig Kingdom is located in a muddy swamp.
** ArtEvolution has since turned it into a somewhat modest-looking city: the King Pig is still this through-and-through.
* MindControlDevice: Chef Pig uses a chemical one on Red in "Pig Plot Potion". [[spoiler:Unfortunately for the pigs, its effects wear off with the eggs in Red's possession]].
* MinecartMadness: Red and the stray egg ride through separate minecarts at one point in "Egg's Day Out".
* MookHorrorShow: In "Green Pig Soup", three pigs disguise themselves as cabbages to get to the eggs. Unfortunately for them, Matilda is making vegetable soup. They are absolutely horrified when they see her smashing cabbages with a shovel before cooking them.
* MorphicResonance: When Red gets turned into a pig, he retains some of the characteristics he had as his true bird self, namely his bushy eyebrows, the dark spots to his side and around his eyes as well as his light-colored belly.
* [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Nice Job Breaking It, Heroes]]: In "Hog Roast", the firefighter pigs' mistakes cause [[spoiler:a small fire to spread throughout the city and burn it down]].
* NotSoForgottenBirthday: In "Another Birthday", it's a pig's birthday, but no one seems to notice or care. [[spoiler:At the end of the day, he goes home unhappy, only to find out that all the other pigs had a surprise party waiting for him.]]
* OffScreenTeleportation:
** Terence in "Run Chuck Run". He never moves, but when Chuck looks away, Terence appears ahead of him.
** [[spoiler:He does this again]] in a BigDamnHeroes moment in "El Porkador!" (see above).
** Red does this to a few times on his merciless pursuit of King Pig and his agent in "The Great Eggscape".
* OneWingedAngel: In "Sweets of Doom", King Pig eats a bunch of the titular sweets and becomes a massive octopus monster. He's still no match for Bubbles, though.
* OnlySaneMan: Corporal Pig in "Love is in the Air". At first, the minon pigs laugh derisively at King Pig's delusion in loving a cabbage, but change their tune when King Pig proposes to the cabbage, leaving Corporal Pig to roll his eyes.
* PaperThinDisguise: In "True Blue?", a pig crudely disguises himself as a bluebird to get the eggs. The Blues look at him long and hard, but they fall for it. [[spoiler:Subverted in that the Blues knew all along he was a pig and were messing with him before flinging him over the horizon by slingshot]].
** One pig comes extremely close to stealing the eggs while disguised as [[spoiler:a pumpkin]] in "Green Pig Soup". [[spoiler:Subverted when Matilda notices at the last second.]]
* PassThePopcorn: The three pigs used to demonstrate Moustache Pig's machine do this when the machine goes haywire and dribbles King Pig like a basketball.
* PinballGag: In "Hypno Pigs", Red bounces off several rock structures before [[spoiler: he hits the pigs who were messing around with him throughout the episode.]] He doubles as a PinballProjectile as [[spoiler: it was [[HoistByHisOwnPetard the pigs]] who shot him out of the slingshot]] to begin with. This is Lampshaded as you see a score every time Red bounces off something.
* PintsizedPowerhouse: Bubbles is the smallest bird, but he wiped out a horde of zombie pigs by himself in his premiere episode.
* {{Retraux}}: The scene where the firepigs answer the fire alarm in "Hog Roast" is portrayed as an old sound film for some reason, complete with being DeliberatelyMonochrome ([[SplashOfColor except the pigs themselves]]).
* RevealShot: At the end of "Jingle Yells", it appears that King Pig got a giant wooden egg for Christmas, [[spoiler:but a shot from behind the "egg" reveals it to actually be Corporal Pig's sleigh]].
* RoadRunnerVsCoyote: Most of the episodes deal with the birds protecting the eggs from the pigs as usual.
* SceneCover: "Hambo", "Oh Gnome!", "Operation Opera", and "Chucked Out" all have their own.
* ShipTease: Red/Matilda near the beginning of "Fired Up".
** Bomb/Matilda at the end of "Clash of Corns".
* ShoutOut: Judging by the eposide preview, "Hambo" could be one to {{Rambo}}.
* SuddenAnatomy: Usually the characters are limbless {{Waddling Head}}s that manipulate objects not unlike ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'', but in "Slingshot 101", the pigs sneaking up to the eggs while inside a bush actually have legs until they come out of the bush.
* TalentContest: In "Pig Talent", King Pig hosts a talent show in his palace. No matter how much the audience likes the performances, contestants will get dropped through a trap door if King Pig is not impressed.
* ThrowTheDogABone: At the end of "Night of the Living Pork", King Pig has lost his hoard of candy to Bubbles and the Zombie Pigs. Bubbles feels bad for him and leaves him a piece of candy.
* ToiletTeleportation: In the episode "Hamshank Redemption", the pig the episode focuses on flushes himself down a toilet in his cell in an attempt to escape the prison compound. He ends up in the cell of another prisoner. The first prisoner flushes himself back down, only to emerge in one of the guards' toilets. The guards throw him back into his cell, with his toilet removed. Towards the end of the episode, the second prisoner blasts out of the ground where the first prisoner's toilet was.
* TooDumbToLive: While the pigs were stupid in the games, the animation practically had them ''[[UpToEleven brainless]]''. Fooling them is easier then launching a bird, they still never quit trying to steal the eggs (they will only notice them if they are on a nest) & they can only recognize their king when ''his crown is on his head''.
** There are a handful of [[OnlySaneMan Only Sane Pigs]] here and there, but more often than not they become {{TheChewToy}}s for the idiotic antics of their fellow pigs.
* [[TrojanHorse Trojan Egg]]: In "Trojan Egg", Chef Pig builds a big wooden egg and puts King Pig in it. The birds are not fooled one bit, but the pigs are when they send it back.
* UniformityException: The local pig {{Expy}} of Film/{{Rambo}} has bushy eyebrows, a bit of hair on his head and a tough-looking chin.
* UnsportsmanlikeGloating: In "Run Chuck Run", Chuck's speed makes him cocky during the race [[spoiler:and is what leads to him losing when Terence makes it to the finish line first while he was showing off]].
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: Taken UpToEleven in "Egg's Day Out" when a runaway egg passes by many pigs; ''all of them'' fail to notice it even though it is '''right in front of them'''.
* WeHaveReserves: In "Crash Test Piggies", Corporal Pig tests experimental rockets by using pigs as crash test dummies. Of course, the pigs are blissfully willing; except for one pig, who realizes how dangerous this is. He tries to leave, but a guard keeps him in line.
* [[WhyWontYouDie Why Won't You Move!?]]: In "Gardening With Terence", Matilda tries really hard to move Terence so his shadow doesn't keep the sunlight from her garden. Eventually, [[spoiler:she gives up and moves the garden on top of him, which [[GentleGiant he doen't seem to mind]].]]
* {{Workaholic}}: In "Off Duty", Matilda forces Red to go on vacation because he guards the eggs too much and it's starting to stress him out. Even on vacation, he can't help but think about the eggs; stressing him out even more.
* WrittenSoundEffect: During Chuck's fight with the pigs in "The Birds That Cried Pig", the words "KA-BOOM" (with the Os being eggs) and "KA-POW" appear.
* XRaySparks: in "Thunder Chuck", several characters have their skeletons visible when they are zapped by lightning.
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