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* CrossDressingVoices: Zipper Cat is voiced by the female Robbie Lee.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Reboots of the franchise have been considered but none have ever materialized.


* ScrewedByTheNetwork: More a case of Screwed by the company that owns the characters, as in 2007, along with TheLittles, S'More Entertainment was planning to release the complete series on DVD. However, American Greetings was successfully able to block the release completely. However, no explanation was given for why they blocked the release (it could've been related to the revival plans for the characters at the time, which were eventually canned). In any case, Creator/MillCreekEntertainment eventually released the full series.[[note]]The first 10 episodes were released in a "best of" collection, while the final 3 were released as part of the "Toons 2 Go" DVD compilation. ''WesternAnimation/PolePosition'' was given a similar treatment.[[/note]]

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: More a case of Screwed by the company that owns the characters, as in 2007, along with TheLittles, ''WesternAnimation/TheLittles'', S'More Entertainment was planning to release the complete series on DVD. However, American Greetings was successfully able to block the release completely. However, no explanation was given for why they blocked the release (it could've been related to the revival plans for the characters at the time, which were eventually canned). In any case, Creator/MillCreekEntertainment eventually released the full series.[[note]]The first 10 episodes were released in a "best of" collection, while the final 3 were released as part of the "Toons 2 Go" DVD compilation. ''WesternAnimation/PolePosition'' was given a similar treatment.[[/note]]


* ScrewedByTheNetwork: More a case of Screwed by the company that owns the characters, as in 2007, along with TheLittles, S'More Entertainment was planning to release the complete series on DVD. However, American Greetings was successfully able to block the release completely. However, no explanation was given for why they blocked the release (it could've been related to the revival plans for the characters at the time, which were eventually canned). In any case, Creator/MillCreekEntertainment eventually released the full series.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: More a case of Screwed by the company that owns the characters, as in 2007, along with TheLittles, S'More Entertainment was planning to release the complete series on DVD. However, American Greetings was successfully able to block the release completely. However, no explanation was given for why they blocked the release (it could've been related to the revival plans for the characters at the time, which were eventually canned). In any case, Creator/MillCreekEntertainment eventually released the full series.[[note]]The first 10 episodes were released in a "best of" collection, while the final 3 were released as part of the "Toons 2 Go" DVD compilation. ''WesternAnimation/PolePosition'' was given a similar treatment.[[/note]]


* ScrewedByTheNetwork: More a case of Screwed by the company that owns the characters, as in 2007, along with TheLittles, S'More Entertainment was planning to release the complete series on DVD. However, American Greetings was successfully able to block the release completely. However, no explanation was given for why they blocked the release (it could've been related to the revival plans for the characters at the time, which were eventually canned). In any case, Creator/MillCreekEntertainment eventually released the full series on various configurations, although they have yet to do a complete series release.[[note]]The first 10 shows were released as a "best of" collection, while the final three were released as part of the "TV Toons to Go" set.[[/note]]

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: More a case of Screwed by the company that owns the characters, as in 2007, along with TheLittles, S'More Entertainment was planning to release the complete series on DVD. However, American Greetings was successfully able to block the release completely. However, no explanation was given for why they blocked the release (it could've been related to the revival plans for the characters at the time, which were eventually canned). In any case, Creator/MillCreekEntertainment eventually released the full series on various configurations, although they have yet to do a complete series release.[[note]]The first 10 shows were released as a "best of" collection, while the final three were released as part of the "TV Toons to Go" set.[[/note]]series.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: More a case of Screwed by the company that owns the characters, as in 2007, along with TheLittles, S'More Entertainment was planning to release the complete series on DVD. However, American Greetings was successfully able to block the release completely. However, no explanation was given for why they blocked the release (it could've been related to the revival plans for the characters at the time, which were eventually canned). In any case, Creator/MillCreekEntertainment eventually released the full series on various configurations, although they have yet to do a complete series release.[[note]]The first 10 shows were released as a "best of" collection, while the final three were released as part of the "TV Toons to Go" set.[[/note]]


* HeyItsThatVoice: In the Pilot, Montgomery is [[Series/HillStreetBlues Andrew Renko]], Leland is Doug [=McKenzie=], and Mr. Hoofnagel is [[Series/TheRedGreenShow Mike Hamar]].
** As for Bingo Beaver? That's Creator/ScottMenville of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' and ''WesternAnimation/MissionHill'' fame. "No meat touching, ma'am!"
*** He was also Brian, RainbowBrite's friend from Earth, as well as [[WesternAnimation/CaptainPlanetAndThePlaneteers Ma-Ti]].
** Dotty is WesternAnimation/RainbowBrite herself. She was also the voice of Lucy [[Literature/TheLittles Little]].
** Portia (and Miss Deering) are both [[WesternAnimation/{{Bonkers}} Marilyn Piquel]], and [[Anime/TenchiMuyo Sasami]].
** Montgomery in the series is ComicBook/RichieRich, and the ''WesternAnimation/SaturdaySupercade'' version of [[SpaceAce Dexter]] (but not his older persona).
** Officer Growler and Mr. Hoofnagel[[note]]the proprietor of the local ice cream shop[[/note]] are both Creator/DonMessick ([[WesternAnimation/YogiBear Boo-Boo Bear, Ranger Smith]], [[WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest (the second voice of) Dr. Benton Quest]], Franchise/ScoobyDoo, [[TheFlintstones Bamm-Bamm]], and many other Creator/HannaBarbera characters).[[note]]This show was made by DIC, however.[[/note]] ''[[{{WesternAnimation/TheTransformers}} Transformers]]'' fans will know him as the original Ratchet. He was also [[WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs Papa Smurf]].


** Dotty is WesternAnimation/RainbowBrite herself.

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** Dotty is WesternAnimation/RainbowBrite herself. She was also the voice of Lucy [[Literature/TheLittles Little]].

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* ChannelHop: Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} aired the pilot episode. The series was then picked up by CBS.


* HeyItsThatVoice: In the Pilot, Montgomery is [[Series/HillStreetBlues Andrew Renko]], Leland is Doug [=McKenzie=], and Mr. Hoofnagel is [[TheRedGreenShow Mike Hamar]].

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* HeyItsThatVoice: In the Pilot, Montgomery is [[Series/HillStreetBlues Andrew Renko]], Leland is Doug [=McKenzie=], and Mr. Hoofnagel is [[TheRedGreenShow [[Series/TheRedGreenShow Mike Hamar]].


* HeyItsThatVoice: In the Pilot, Montgomery is [[HillStreetBlues Andrew Renko]], Leland is Doug [=McKenzie=], and Mr. Hoofnagel is [[TheRedGreenShow Mike Hamar]].

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* HeyItsThatVoice: In the Pilot, Montgomery is [[HillStreetBlues [[Series/HillStreetBlues Andrew Renko]], Leland is Doug [=McKenzie=], and Mr. Hoofnagel is [[TheRedGreenShow Mike Hamar]].


** The French version is called "Les Amichaines"

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** The French version is called "Les Amichaines"Amichaines".

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** The French version is called "Les Amichaines"


** Officer Growler is Creator/DonMessick ([[WesternAnimation/YogiBear Boo-Boo Bear, Ranger Smith]], [[WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest (the second voice of) Dr. Benton Quest]], Franchise/ScoobyDoo, [[TheFlintstones Bamm-Bamm]], and many other Creator/HannaBarbera characters).[[note]]This show was made by DIC, however.[[/note]] ''[[{{WesternAnimation/TheTransformers}} Transformers]]'' fans will know him as the original Ratchet. He was also [[WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs Papa Smurf]].

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** Officer Growler is and Mr. Hoofnagel[[note]]the proprietor of the local ice cream shop[[/note]] are both Creator/DonMessick ([[WesternAnimation/YogiBear Boo-Boo Bear, Ranger Smith]], [[WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest (the second voice of) Dr. Benton Quest]], Franchise/ScoobyDoo, [[TheFlintstones Bamm-Bamm]], and many other Creator/HannaBarbera characters).[[note]]This show was made by DIC, however.[[/note]] ''[[{{WesternAnimation/TheTransformers}} Transformers]]'' fans will know him as the original Ratchet. He was also [[WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs Papa Smurf]].


** Dottie is WesternAnimation/RainbowBrite herself.

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** Dottie Dotty is WesternAnimation/RainbowBrite herself.

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