is a British/Canadian animated series. It focuses on the Baskerville family who move to Underworld: The Theme Park, "where good is bad and bad is good", run by Nicolas Lucifer III (a.k.a. "The Boss").
The series provides the following tropes:
- Abhorrent Admirer - Vlad Dracula Jr. to April Baskerville.
- As You Know - Lampshaded in the first episode.
Nick Snr.: Well, I'd rather be an old duffer than a megalomaniac yuppie who thinks he's the Devil!
The Boss: I think that's enough exposition out of you if you don't mind, father.
- Bad Is Good and Good Is Bad - The park's policy.
- Berserk Button - Don't ask Colin for something in beige.
- Camp Straight - The Baskervilles' house Colin speaks with an effeminate lisp, but in "Bringing the House Down" he's depressed over a female house breaking up with him.
- Cultural Rebel - Fangora Dracula is a rebel, which in Underworld means she's a straight-A student, likes playing with dolls and never throws wild parties while her parents are out.
- Dumb Blond - Darren Baskerville.
- Fiery Redhead - April Baskerville.
- Ghostly Glide - Vera Dracula, possibly. Her dress obscures her her feet so it's hard to tell if she's really doing this.
- Louis Cypher - Subverted. The Boss isn't the Devil, but he's trying to be like him.
- Mad Scientist - Mr. Mad Scientist.
- Normal Fish in a Tiny Pond - Darren is an idiot and gets straight zeroes in everything, which makes him a model student by Underworld standards.
- Only Sane Man - April Baskerville.
- Police Are Useless
- Take That - In one episode The Boss considers building another Underworld: The Theme Park in Los Angeles, but decides against it, as that's too evil even for him.
- Unexplained Accent - Despite their name, the Frankensteins are Scottish. The Draculas are mostly Irish, with the mother being the only Transylvanian.
- Zettai Ryouiki - Fangora Dracula.