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* SealedEvilInACan: After a mishap with a spell leaves Stiltsville floating above air, Kak's lair sinks into the deep crater below. Episodes after involve the villains trying to escape after Bimble blocks any way back up, and even after they succeed, Kak and her lair still stick there ([[FatBastard not that she was]] [[OrcusOnHisThrone very active beforehand anyway]]).

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* AlliterativeTitle: ''Bimble's Bucket'' repeats the letter "B".

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The show follows Bimble, who comes into possession of a magical wish granted bucket, occupied by the miniature elf-like Teeny Weeny. Soon, nearby despot Queen Kak of Sleaze City and her Sleezian minions comes to know of this bucket, with bumbling witch Dolly Clackhanger and her Mooks often attempting to steal to appease their queen. Similar to it's predecessor, the show follows a simplistic formula, usually revolving around the villains bungling attempts to steal the bucket, though it was kept fresh by an ongoing continuity.

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The show follows Bimble, who comes into possession of a magical wish granted granting bucket, occupied by the miniature elf-like Teeny Weeny. Soon, nearby despot Queen Kak of Sleaze City and her Sleezian minions comes to know of this bucket, with bumbling witch Dolly Clackhanger and her Mooks often attempting to steal to appease their queen. Similar to it's predecessor, the show follows a simplistic formula, usually revolving around the villains bungling attempts to steal the bucket, though it was kept fresh by an ongoing continuity.


* TheExile: Dolly Clackhanger was kicked out of town after all her botched witchery caused problems. Ironically, her bungling caused ''much'' worse problems since then, such as leaving the entire village stranded above the planet.

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* TheExile: Dolly Clackhanger was kicked out of town Stiltsville after all her botched witchery caused problems.too much collateral damage. Ironically, her bungling caused ''much'' worse problems since then, such as leaving the entire village stranded above the planet.


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* PragmaticVillainy: The reason Queen Kak hires and provides resources for Dolly is she believes magic could be a potential threat to her rule and, not knowing Dolly's actual inept level of sorcery, decides she would be better kept loyal and eager to her services than risk becoming an enemy.


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* SitcomArchNemesis: Dolly and Mudge, being CoDragons, regularly bicker for Queen Kak's approval. Dolly also does ''not'' get along with the Mayor of Stiltsville, who exiled her due to her past troublemaking.


The company Monster Entertainment is planning to release Bimble's Bucket onto DVD and Blu-ray in the UK in the near future, along with other shows in Martin Gates' catalogue.

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The Though the show slipped into obscurity for a fair while after airing, the company Monster Entertainment is planning to release Bimble's Bucket onto DVD and Blu-ray in Entertainment, who own the UK in rights to all the near future, along with other shows in Martin Gates' catalogue.
catalogue, have streamed episodes of the show on their official Youtube account.


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* TheExile: Dolly Clackhanger was kicked out of town after all her botched witchery caused problems. Ironically, her bungling caused ''much'' worse problems since then, such as leaving the entire village stranded above the planet.

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* GodSaveUsFromTheQueen: Queen Kak is ''not'' a good ruler.

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* SycophanticServant: Sploot serves Dolly with mindless joy in spite of constantly being at the brunt of her wand.


* ObstructiveCodeOfConduct: The bucket can grant all kinds of wishes, but it comes with rules.

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* ObstructiveCodeOfConduct: The bucket can grant all kinds of wishes, but it comes with rules. In addition, said wishes only last a day.

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* HarmlessVillain: Queen Kak's ambitions mostly consist of trying to enforce taxes from civilians and have the fairy tales they create abolished. None of her minions are effective at either.

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* FriendlyEnemy: Sploot sometimes has problems understanding who's the opposing side or not.


Cult Creator/{{CITV}} children's AnimatedSeries from the mid 1990s. Created by Mike Jupp and Martin Gates Productions as a SpiritualSuccessor to their previous project ''TheDreamstone''.

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Cult Creator/{{CITV}} children's AnimatedSeries from the mid 1990s. Created by Mike Jupp and Martin Gates Productions as a SpiritualSuccessor to their previous project ''TheDreamstone''.
''WesternAnimation/TheDreamstone''.



* {{Expy}}: The show shares a heavy resemblance to ''TheDreamstone'', in premise, cosmetics and even many of the character archetypes.

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* {{Expy}}: The show shares a heavy resemblance to ''TheDreamstone'', ''WesternAnimation/TheDreamstone'', in premise, cosmetics and even many of the character archetypes.

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The company Monster Entertainment is planning to release Bimble's Bucket onto DVD and Blu-ray in the UK in the near future, along with other shows in Martin Gates' catalogue.


* IneptMage: Dolly ''really'' isn't very good at magic. she can conjure up perfectly edible food, but that's the limit of her powers.

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* IneptMage: Dolly ''really'' isn't very good at magic. she She can conjure up perfectly edible food, but that's about the limit of her powers.

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* IneptMage: Dolly ''really'' isn't very good at magic. she can conjure up perfectly edible food, but that's the limit of her powers.

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