Western Animation / Pink Panther And Pals
The Pink Panther and Pals is a
The Pink Panther
, launched in 2010.
Tropes common to this series include: Adapted Out: Unlike the original, there are no Inspector Clouseau shorts Alter Kocker: The Aardvark speaks like this, though minus Yiddish sayings American Accents: The Genie in the "If Ants Were Wishes" short speaks with something a New York inflection Amusing Injuries: True to the original, though mostly to Big Nose and the Aardvark Be Careful What You Wish For: Happens in "If Ants Were Wishes" to hilarious results Getting Crap Past the Radar: The episode If Ants Were Wishes is very much this, with regard to the genie character. Not to mention the genie's supposed teenage age (physically) and Genki Girl mannerisms. Horsing Around: This is best seen in Pink On the Hoof, where Pink's horse does not want to cooperate and, thus, acts up, until he sees a girl horse. Idiosyncratic Episode Naming: If the panther is involved, the word "Pink" will show up. Jerkass: How Big Nose is in some of the shorts. Jive Turkey: How the Ant talks, though this is subtle. Literal Genie: The episode If Ants Were Wishes (featuring ). The Ant and the Aardvark Mime and Music-Only Cartoon: Also true to the original, as, outside of the Aardvark sketches, no one talks. No Name Given: Like the original, Pink Panther isn't given a name, and neither is Big Nose or his dog. Likewise, the same would occur for the Aardvark and the Ant. Shout-Out: In Pinxilated, we see parodies of , Street Fighter , Pac-Man , and Donkey Kong Dance Dance Revolution Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: Panther with Big Nose