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* SameLanguageDub: A British dub was produced and aired on TMF, however, it is very hard to come by.


* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: From "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULco5m94_i4 Believe in Spring]]", ''[[TheTalk so let's be as savvy as the birds and bees are]]''.

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%% * GettingCrapPastTheRadar: From "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULco5m94_i4 Believe GettingCrapPastThe Radar: Due to overwhelming and persistent misuse, GCPTR is on-page examples only until 01 June 2021. If you are reading this in Spring]]", ''[[TheTalk so let's be as savvy as the birds and bees are]]''.future, please check the trope page to make sure your example fits the current definition.


* Little Green Fingers ("Zee's Garden" internationally): A live-action segment featuring a type of plant. These shorts were originally only aired on Nick Jr. UK .
* Zee's Bookshelf: Zee introduces an upcoming show on Nick.

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* Little Green Fingers ("Zee's Garden" internationally): A live-action segment featuring a type of plant. These shorts were originally only aired on Nick Jr. UK .
plant.
* Zee's Bookshelf: Zee introduces an upcoming show on Nick.
show.


* AreWeThereYet: This is the refrain for the aptly titled "[[https://youtu.be/AkRMyA3gI-A Are We There Yet?]]", which is about being impatient on an exciting journey.

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* AreWeThereYet: This is the refrain for the Moose's aptly titled music video "[[https://youtu.be/AkRMyA3gI-A Are We There Yet?]]", which is about being impatient on an exciting journey.



* HalloweenEpisode: "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtuHI4z1ssQ I Don't Like Candy Corn]]" takes place on Halloween, where Moose is a mummy and Zee is a vampire. Moose performs a song about how he doesn't like candy corn.

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* HalloweenEpisode: The music video "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtuHI4z1ssQ I Don't Like Candy Corn]]" takes place on Halloween, where Moose is a mummy and Zee is a vampire. Moose performs a song about how he doesn't like candy corn.


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''Moose and Zee'' is a series of shorts that played during program breaks on Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}'s sister channel Creator/{{Noggin}}. They started playing in 2003, when the channel relaunched as a preschool network (Noggin started out as a joint venture between Nickelodeon and Creator/SesameWorkshop, aimed at tweens and teens). The ''Moose and Zee'' characters ushered in an age of more "kiddish" content on Noggin, as opposed to the weirder, more experimental content from its first few years.

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'''Moose
and Zee'' is Zee''' are a series pair of shorts that played during animated mascots who hosted program breaks on Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}'s sister channel Creator/{{Noggin}}. They started playing made their first appearance in 2003, when the channel relaunched as a preschool network (Noggin started out as a joint venture between Nickelodeon and Creator/SesameWorkshop, aimed at tweens and teens). The ''Moose Moose and Zee'' characters Zee ushered in an age of more "kiddish" much younger-skewing content on Noggin, as opposed to the weirder, more experimental content from its first few years.



The shorts ran on TV from 2003 to 2012. In 2015, the Noggin brand was revived as a mobile app, and the ''Moose and Zee'' characters were temporarily brought back as the hosts. The older shorts were also included in the app. Since 2019, Moose and Zee are no longer the hosts, but the shorts still remain.

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The shorts ran characters were seen on TV from 2003 to 2012. In 2015, the Noggin brand was revived as a mobile app, and the ''Moose Moose and Zee'' characters Zee were temporarily brought back as the hosts. The Some of their older shorts were also included in the app. app, edited to remove the wraparound segments that announced which shows came up next. Since 2019, Moose and Zee are no longer the hosts, but some of the shorts still remain.
remain. Occasionally, app users unfamiliar with the characters mistake them for a TV show of their own; it's important to note that Moose and Zee were just channel mascots and (unfortunately) never had their own show.



!!''Moose and Zee'' contains examples of:

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!!''Moose !!Moose and Zee'' contains Zee's shorts contain examples of:


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* AreWeThereYet: This is the refrain for the aptly titled "[[https://youtu.be/AkRMyA3gI-A Are We There Yet?]]", which is about being impatient on an exciting journey.



* ChristmasEpisode: "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULco5m94_i4 Candy Cane]]", where Moose wants a candy cane for Christmas. [[spoiler:Zee gives him one in the end]].



* DoesNotLikeSpam: Moose despises candy corn. He has a whole song about how much he hates it.



* GenkiGirl: Moose is usually this since he's the talkative and wordy one.

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* GenkiGirl: Male example - Moose is usually this since he's the talkative and wordy one.one.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: From "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULco5m94_i4 Believe in Spring]]", ''[[TheTalk so let's be as savvy as the birds and bees are]]''.
* HalloweenEpisode: "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtuHI4z1ssQ I Don't Like Candy Corn]]" takes place on Halloween, where Moose is a mummy and Zee is a vampire. Moose performs a song about how he doesn't like candy corn.



* NotHisSled: ''Goldlilocks and the Three Bears'' ends with Goldilocks befriending the bears.

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* NotHisSled: ''Goldlilocks ''Goldilocks and the Three Bears'' ends with Goldilocks befriending the bears.


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* ThanksgivingEpisode: "[[https://youtu.be/QkTnHtcWTuQ We Are Thankful]]" is a song that would air every year during November, about family, food, and thankfulness.


''Moose and Zee'' is a series of shorts based around the two mascots of the preschool-targeted channel Creator/{{Noggin}}.

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''Moose and Zee'' is a series of shorts based around the two mascots of the preschool-targeted that played during program breaks on Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}'s sister channel Creator/{{Noggin}}.
Creator/{{Noggin}}. They started playing in 2003, when the channel relaunched as a preschool network (Noggin started out as a joint venture between Nickelodeon and Creator/SesameWorkshop, aimed at tweens and teens). The ''Moose and Zee'' characters ushered in an age of more "kiddish" content on Noggin, as opposed to the weirder, more experimental content from its first few years.



The shorts began in 2003 and concluding in 2012. In 2015, ''Moose and Zee' were revived in for the Noggin mobile app.

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The shorts began in ran on TV from 2003 and concluding in to 2012. In 2015, the Noggin brand was revived as a mobile app, and the ''Moose and Zee' Zee'' characters were revived in for temporarily brought back as the Noggin mobile app.
hosts. The older shorts were also included in the app. Since 2019, Moose and Zee are no longer the hosts, but the shorts still remain.



* Little Green Fingers ("Zee's Garden" internationaly): A live-action segment featuring a type of plant. These shorts were originally only aired on Nick Jr. UK .

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* Little Green Fingers ("Zee's Garden" internationaly): internationally): A live-action segment featuring a type of plant. These shorts were originally only aired on Nick Jr. UK .


The shorts began in 2003 and continued through Noggin's replacement with Creator/{{Nick Jr.}}, until concluding 2012. In 2015, ''Moose and Zee' were revived in for the Noggin mobile app.

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The shorts began in 2003 and continued through Noggin's replacement with Creator/{{Nick Jr.}}, until concluding in 2012. In 2015, ''Moose and Zee' were revived in for the Noggin mobile app.


The shorts began in 2003 and continued until 2012. Moose and Zee were revived in 2015 for the Noggin mobile app.

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The shorts began in 2003 and continued through Noggin's replacement with Creator/{{Nick Jr.}}, until concluding 2012. Moose In 2015, ''Moose and Zee Zee' were revived in 2015 for the Noggin mobile app.


''Moose and Zee'' is a series of shorts based around the two mascots of the preschool aimed channel Creator/{{Noggin}}.

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''Moose and Zee'' is a series of shorts based around the two mascots of the preschool aimed preschool-targeted channel Creator/{{Noggin}}.



* TrueBlueFemininity: Since Zee couldn't speak and has blue feathers, she gave a lot of viewers a ViewerGenderConfusion. Nevertheless, a lot of fans knew that Zee is indeed a girl.

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* TrueBlueFemininity: Since Zee couldn't speak and has blue feathers, she gave a lot of viewers a ViewerGenderConfusion. Nevertheless, a lot of fans knew that Zee is indeed a girl.girl.
* VocalEvolution: While Paul Christie's performance as Moose is known for being lively and enthusiastic, his tone was a lot more relaxed in earlier shorts.


* GenkiBoy: Moose is usually this since he's the talkative and wordy one.

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* GenkiBoy: GenkiGirl: Moose is usually this since he's the talkative and wordy one.



** ''Literature/{{Goldilocks And The Three Bears}}'' ends with [[AdaptationalNiceGuy Goldilocks]] taking the bear family out for breakfast. She ends up befriending Baby Bear.

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** The FracturedFairytale take on ''Literature/{{Goldilocks And The Three Bears}}'' ends with [[AdaptationalNiceGuy Goldilocks]] taking the bear family out for breakfast. She ends up befriending Baby Bear.

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* ExpressiveEars: Moose doesn't actually have visible ears, but has antlers sticking out of where the ears would be that function in the exact same way.

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* NotHisSled: ''Goldlilocks and the Three Bears'' ends with Goldilocks befriending the bears.


Moose and Zee also appear as hosts on the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} game ''Nickelodeon Fit''.

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Moose and Zee also appear as hosts on the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} game ''Nickelodeon Fit''.
''VideoGame/NickelodeonFit''.



* TrueBlueFemininity: Since Zee couldn't speak and has blue feathers, she gave a lot of viewers a ViewerGenderConfusion.
Nevertheless, a lof of fans knew that Zee is indeed a girl.

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\n* TrueBlueFemininity: Since Zee couldn't speak and has blue feathers, she gave a lot of viewers a ViewerGenderConfusion. \n Nevertheless, a lof lot of fans knew that Zee is indeed a girl.

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