The Buzz on Maggie (2005-2006) was a short lived Flash animated series that aired on the Disney Channel, aimed for tween girls, about talking flies and other insects living in the city of Stickyfeet (yes, that's the name). Created by Dave Polsky (yes, that Dave Polsky), the show centered on Maggie Pesky, an energetic pink-haired fly girl who loves music, fashion, hanging with her gal pal Rayna and pretty much everything else typical tween girls like. The series came with an upbeat theme song performed by Skye Sweetnam.
Big Brother Instinct - Aldrin, but only to Bella. He is noticably upset when he hears Maggie left her at the carnival, that she "could be anywhere by now!" and is the only sibling who wins his game when the Pesky family compete for the right to keep Bella. She is also the only sibling he never, ever teases.
Broken Aesop - At the end of "The Candidate" Maggie gives a speech about how you shouldn't judge people by their appearance, but Maria wouldn't have a boyfriend if it wasn't for her makeover and she never goes back to looking the way she did before.
Buffy Speak - Maggie was fond of adding 'tacious' to certain words to make new ones. This was most frequently done with 'fan-tacious' (as a stand-in for fantastic) but there were other examples.
Kids Shouldn't Watch Horror Films: Maggie and Rayna sneak into a scary R-rated movie. Rayna ends up so traumatized she'd rather watch the baby movie that's playing on another screen. Maggie plays it cool at first, but eventually starts hallucinating the movie's monster everywhere until she confesses to her parents. They decide her trauma from watching the movie was punishment enough.
The Unfavorite - Surprisingly, Aldrin. One episode reveals that his Uncle views him only as free labor on the farm, and that he has consistently been ignored in favor of his younger, cuter siblings during family vacations there (first Maggie, then Pupert is given the "Favorite Hat" to signify their status above him). He never even fights this until Maggie starts receiving the same treatment and he helps her rebel. Even then, Maggie takes all the credit for their scheme in order to shove him back into the background. At least he's still a Big Shot on Campus.