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* TheCynic: Jabiru is a skeptic by nature who sees the glass as half-empty, but the others appreciate him for who he is and he treasures his friends deep down.


* GrumpyBear: Jabiru is a skeptic by nature who sees the glass as half-empty, but the others appreciate him for who he is and he treasures his friends deep down.


The cartoon focused on Jingaroo, a lovable soccer-playing kangaroo who lived with his friends Sydney the frilled lizard, Victoria the emu, Jabiru the Tasmanian tiger, Toot and Snoot the marsupial moles, and Humpty Doo the koala in the Australian outback. Episodes generally focused on slice-of-life adventures, though the comics added a villain, Croco-Vile the crocodile, who had power over dreams and nightmares. 9 episodes in total were made.

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The cartoon focused on Jingaroo, a lovable soccer-playing kangaroo who lived with his friends Sydney the frilled lizard, Victoria the emu, Jabiru the Tasmanian tiger, [[RhymeThemeNaming Toot and Snoot Snoot]] the marsupial moles, and Humpty Doo the koala in the Australian outback. Episodes generally focused on slice-of-life adventures, though the comics added a villain, Croco-Vile the crocodile, who had power over dreams and nightmares. 9 episodes in total were made.



* SeldomSeenSpecies: Toot and Snoot are marsupial moles, and Jabiru is a Tasmanian tiger (presumed extinct).


* BadDreams: The song "Dream Scream" has the cast listing scary dreams they've had.


''Jingaroo'' is a heavily obscure animated series of DirectToVideo cartoons in the late 90s. It was created and produced by Beckett Entertainment, and was advertised along with miniature comics in the ''Beckett Pokemon Collector'' magazines. Animation was handled by DNA Productions.

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''Jingaroo'' is a heavily obscure animated series of DirectToVideo cartoons in the late 90s. It was created and produced by Beckett Entertainment, and was advertised along with miniature comics in the ''Beckett Pokemon Collector'' magazines. Animation was handled by DNA Productions.
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The cartoon focused on Jingaroo, a lovable soccer-playing kangaroo who lived with his friends Sydney the frilled lizard, Victoria the emu, Jabiru the Tasmanian tiger, Toot and Snoot the marsupial moles, and Humpty Doo the koala in the Australian outback. The comics added a villain, Croco-Vile the crocodile, who had power over dreams and nightmares. 9 episodes in total were made.

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The cartoon focused on Jingaroo, a lovable soccer-playing kangaroo who lived with his friends Sydney the frilled lizard, Victoria the emu, Jabiru the Tasmanian tiger, Toot and Snoot the marsupial moles, and Humpty Doo the koala in the Australian outback. The Episodes generally focused on slice-of-life adventures, though the comics added a villain, Croco-Vile the crocodile, who had power over dreams and nightmares. 9 episodes in total were made.

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* BadDreams: The song "Dream Scream" has the cast listing scary dreams they've had.

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: In "Kumquat Hop", the Groote brothers don't secure Jabiru's festival invitation to his door and it blows away, making him think no one invited him.

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* BriarPatching: Jingaroo escapes Croco-Vile's nightmare by pretending he can't hear his loud roars, which makes him so angry he roars loudly enough to wake Jingaroo up.


* AcidRefluxNightmare: In "Sleepwalking Sydney," too many swamp tamales gives Sydney vivid dreams and nightmares to the point that he can't tell them from reality when he wakes up.

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* AcidRefluxNightmare: In "Sleepwalking Sydney," too many swamp tamales gives give Sydney vivid dreams and nightmares to the point that he can't tell distinguish them from reality when he wakes up.


* AcidRefluxNightmare: In "Sleepwalking Sydney," too many swamp tamales gives Sydney vivid dreams and nightmares to the point that he can't tell them from reality when he wakes up.



* DreamWeaver: In the comics, Croco-Vile had power over dreams and nightmares and was known as the Nightmare King. He turns Jingaroo's legs into goo, then zaps away his friends when they try to help him.

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* DreamWeaver: In the comics, Croco-Vile had power over dreams and nightmares and was is known as the Nightmare King. He turns Jingaroo's legs into goo, then zaps away his friends when they try to help him.



* TheMusical: Every episode of the show had a song or two attached.

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* TheMusical: Every episode of the show had has a song or two attached.


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* TheSmurfettePrinciple: Victoria is the only girl in the main cast, though female marsupial moles are minor characters.

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* ReptilesAreAbhorrent: Croco-Vile is a villainous crocodile. Averted with Sydney, who's a heroic frilled lizard.


* TheFashionista: Victoria is mainly focused on her appearance, and loves clothes and makeup.

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* DullSurprise: Humpty Doo's singing and speaking voice is incredibly monotonous.
* TheFashionista: Victoria is mainly focused likes to focus on her appearance, and loves clothes and makeup.


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* HeelFaceTurn: The Water Tree initially refuses to share his stored-up water, but regrets his stingy ways and saves the Outback from thirst.


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* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Jingaroo loves pancakes, and an entire episode, "Flapjack Attack," is dedicated to him making breakfast with the help of his friends.
* TreasureHuntEpisode: "Treasures Everywhere" is about the gang searching for treasure in a sunken ship that's been buried in sand.

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* LoveLetterLunacy: In "Groote Expectations" the Groote brothers mistakenly receive a love letter from Victoria, setting off a slew of wacky hijinks.

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* TheMusical: Every episode of the show had a song or two attached.

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