''Santo Bugito'' is a 1995 SaturdayMorningCartoon produced by Creator/KlaskyCsupo (creators of ''{{Rugrats}}'') that aired on Creator/{{CBS}} for only 13 episodes. It is about an insect community living in a town on the Texas-Mexico border and their many problems that come with being insects. Mind you, this show's concept was done a few years before ''WesternAnimation/{{Antz}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/ABugsLife'', two animated insect movies.
!!This show contains examples of:
* BeeAfraid: The first episode features a pair of killer bees that Santo Bugito's residents believe would orchestrate a full-scale attack. [[spoiler: It turns out that they and the rest of their hive are just stopping there for a break as they move to the White House, since their town is much too small to be of importance.]]
* CarnivoreConfusion: Ralph the ladybug is an insectivore, but he chooses not to eat the others at Santo Bugito. In the episode "How to Eat People and Make New Friends", an aphid falsely accuses Ralph of eating his friend and devouring one of his legs.
* CreditsGag: The credits at the beginning and end of each episode would have some of the cast members' names altered to be insect-themed, such as Mark Mothersbug (MarkMothersbaugh), Gabor "Big Bug" Csupo, and Arlene "Honey Bee" Klasky.
* CreepyCockroach: The episode "Buenos Roaches".
* ForeignLanguageTirade: Again, from Carmen, when something goes terribly wrong.
* GratuitousSpanish: Mostly from Carmen de la Antchez, the ant restaurateur.
* GreekChorus: The trio of mariachi ants.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: Burt and Clem.
* MyHovercraftIsFullOfEels: Whenever Burt and Clem, The Texan flies, try and speak Spanish.
--> "Mi caspa es su caspa." (My dandruff is your dandruff.)
* OnlySaneMan: Carmen, and to an extent, Paco.
* PoirotSpeak: Once again, with Carmen.
* ShortRunner
* VerbalTic: Ralph the ladybug likes to throw in "you know" in each of his sentences, you know.