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YMMV: Bonkers
  • Broken Base: Over whether the Lucky or Miranda episodes are better. People who like Lucky's episodes tend to like the opposite personalities playing off each other plus having extra characters like Fall-Apart, whereas Miranda fans prefer the greater emphasis on humor and her less abrasive personality.
    • The show itself. Was it an underrated classic that never got its due or a poor replacement for Chip and Dale: Rescue Rangers.
  • Ensemble Darkhorse: Some people consider Wacky Weasel to be this. There's a good amount of screenshots and fanart of him online despite being a one-shot villain.
    • TJ Finger also gets some of this for being a Badass.
  • Evil Is Sexy: Catcha Longlegs proves this.
  • Foe Yay: Bonkers and Catcha Longlegs had this going on.
  • Memetic Sex Goddesses: Fawn Deer and Miranda Wright.
  • Nightmare Fuel: The Collector was pretty scary to begin with, and that's to say nothing of the laminated toons crying.
    • The Father Time episode fits this too.
    • Also, Z-bot from Tokyo Bonkers. Really ugly and nasty brain monster.
  • Shipping: There's Miranda/Bonkers fan art. No, it's not as sweet as you think it is.
    • There's also Bonkers/Fawn fans.
  • Viewer Gender Confusion: Alto, voiced by Cree Summer, is a young, male, toon saxophone... that has facial hair... and is still confused as being a girl, by some fans.
    • The Gender-Blender Name might have something to do with it; an alto is a female singer with a low voice.
  • The Woobie: Jitters.
    • Bonkers himself has his moments where he could really use a good cuddle. Especially in the two-parter pilot episode, Basic Spraining and New Partners On The Block.
    • Skunky Skunk from Is Toon Fur Really Warm?. Poor guy was framed for murder. He could also count as a Jerkass Woobie.

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