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* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** Chirp actually was originally male. Peep was also almost a female in the series; as he was referred to by female pronouns in the 1988 remake of the original short.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
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WhatCouldHaveBeen: Chirp actually was originally male. Peep was also almost a female in the series; as he was referred to by female pronouns in the 1988 remake of the original short.


** Averted for Peep being voice by boys (because he is a boy) and Chirp being voiced by a female (because she is a girl).



** Chirp actually was originally male. Peep was also almost a female in the series; he was referred to by female pronouns in the 1988 remake of the original short.

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** Chirp actually was originally male. Peep was also almost a female in the series; as he was referred to by female pronouns in the 1988 remake of the original short.


* ChildrenVoicingChildren: Peep and Chirp were voice by kids. Peep was voiced by Scott Beaudin (b. 1992, 2004-2007), Shawn Molko (2010) and Maxwell Uretsky (2011). Chirp was voiced by Amanda Soha, who was never replaced and ended up using a higher pitched voice for the last two seasons, which some fans didnít care for, feeling it took away a lot of the character that Chirp had in the first three seasons.

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* ChildrenVoicingChildren: Peep and Chirp were voice by kids. Peep was voiced by Scott Beaudin (b. 1992, 2004-2007), Shawn Molko (2010) and Maxwell Uretsky (2011). Chirp was voiced by Amanda Soha, who was never replaced and ended up using a higher pitched voice for Chirp in the last two seasons, which some fans didnít care for, feeling it took away a lot of the character that Chirp had in the first three seasons.Chirpís character.


* ChildrenVoicingChildren: Peep and Chirp were voice by kids. Peep was voiced by Scott Beaudin (b. 1992, 2004-2007), Shawn Molko (2010) and Maxwell Uretsky (2011). Chirp was voiced by Amanda Soha. However, since Soha wasn't young enough to do that with her voice, she made it higher for Seasons 4-5, which some fans didnít care for, feeling it took away a lot of the character that Chirp had in the first three seasons.

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* ChildrenVoicingChildren: Peep and Chirp were voice by kids. Peep was voiced by Scott Beaudin (b. 1992, 2004-2007), Shawn Molko (2010) and Maxwell Uretsky (2011). Chirp was voiced by Amanda Soha. However, since Soha wasn't young enough to do that with her voice, she made it Soha, who was never replaced and ended up using a higher pitched voice for Seasons 4-5, the last two seasons, which some fans didnít care for, feeling it took away a lot of the character that Chirp had in the first three seasons.


* ChildrenVoicingChildren: Peep and Chirp were voice by kids. Peep was voiced by Scott Beaudin (b. 1992, 2004-2007), Shawn Molko (2010) and Maxwell Uretsky (2011). Chirp was voiced by Amanda Soha. However, since Soha wasn't young enough to do that with her voice, she made it higher for Seasons 4-5.

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* ChildrenVoicingChildren: Peep and Chirp were voice by kids. Peep was voiced by Scott Beaudin (b. 1992, 2004-2007), Shawn Molko (2010) and Maxwell Uretsky (2011). Chirp was voiced by Amanda Soha. However, since Soha wasn't young enough to do that with her voice, she made it higher for Seasons 4-5.4-5, which some fans didnít care for, feeling it took away a lot of the character that Chirp had in the first three seasons.


* ChildrenVoicingChildren: Peep and Chirp were voice by kids. Peep was voiced by Scott Beaudin (b. 1992, 2004-2007), Shawn Molko (2010) and Maxwell Uretsky (2011). Chirp was voiced by Amanda Soha. However, since Soha wasn't young enouch to do that with her voice, she made it higher for Seasons 4-5.

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* ChildrenVoicingChildren: Peep and Chirp were voice by kids. Peep was voiced by Scott Beaudin (b. 1992, 2004-2007), Shawn Molko (2010) and Maxwell Uretsky (2011). Chirp was voiced by Amanda Soha. However, since Soha wasn't young enouch enough to do that with her voice, she made it higher for Seasons 4-5.


* ChildrenVoiceChildren: Peep and Chirp were voice by kids. Peep was voiced by Scott Beaudin (b. 1992, 2004-2007), Shawn Molko (2010) and Maxwell Uretsky (2011). Chirp was voiced by Amanda Soha. However, since Soha wasn't young enouch to do that with her voice, she made it higher for Seasons 4-5.

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* ChildrenVoiceChildren: ChildrenVoicingChildren: Peep and Chirp were voice by kids. Peep was voiced by Scott Beaudin (b. 1992, 2004-2007), Shawn Molko (2010) and Maxwell Uretsky (2011). Chirp was voiced by Amanda Soha. However, since Soha wasn't young enouch to do that with her voice, she made it higher for Seasons 4-5.

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* CrossdressingVoices: Tessa Marshall voices Beaver Boy.
** Averted for Peep being voice by boys (because he is a boy) and Chirp being voiced by a female (because she is a girl).
* ChildrenVoiceChildren: Peep and Chirp were voice by kids. Peep was voiced by Scott Beaudin (b. 1992, 2004-2007), Shawn Molko (2010) and Maxwell Uretsky (2011). Chirp was voiced by Amanda Soha. However, since Soha wasn't young enouch to do that with her voice, she made it higher for Seasons 4-5.


* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Unsurprisingly, by [=RTM2=] in UsefulNotes/{{Malaysia}}. The show wasn't given a consistent schedule, was frequently pre-empted for sporting events, and only one season was aired. It was later picked up by Discovery Kids Asia, except Discovery Kids Asia '''got screwed by its provider in Malaysia''', who dropped the channel just three years after picking it up, with the excuse that it wasn't showing anything new or interesting...



* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Unsurprisingly, by [=RTM2=] in UsefulNotes/{{Malaysia}}. The show wasn't given a consistent schedule, was frequently pre-empted for sporting events, and only one season was aired. It was later picked up by Discovery Kids Asia, except Discovery Kids Asia '''got screwed by its provider in Malaysia''', who dropped the channel just three years after picking it up, with the excuse that it wasn't showing anything new or interesting...

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Unsurprisingly, by [=RTM2=] in UsefulNotes/{{Malaysia}}. The show wasn't given a consistent schedule, was frequently pre-empted for sporting events, and only one season was aired. It was later picked up by Discovery Kids Asia, except Discovery Kids Asia '''got screwed by its provider in Malaysia''', who dropped the channel just three years after picking it up, with the excuse that it wasn't showing anything new or interesting...


** Chirp actually was originally male, while Peep was female.

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** Chirp actually was originally male, while male. Peep was female.also almost a female in the series; he was referred to by female pronouns in the 1988 remake of the original short.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** Chirp actually was originally male, while Peep was female.
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