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* GuestStarPartyMember: Rosie serves as this anytime she joins the team.


* MagicCarpet: In the titular episode "The Magic Carpet", Oscar's first with to Doris is that the carpet he's sitting on be a magic flying carpet. That's what it becomes.

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* MagicCarpet: In the titular episode "The Magic Carpet", Oscar's first with wish to Doris is that the carpet he's sitting on be a magic flying carpet. That's what it becomes.


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* RockMonster: One episode had Oscar, Doris, and Bugsy save a race of one-eyed mole people from enslavement by a giant one-eyed rock monster by feeding him rubies, which turn him into solid stone.


* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: In "A Dog's Life", while mowing the lawn, Bugsy starts muttering about the phrase "It's a Dog's life.", and then wishes that he was a dog. A gnome (Oscar's family's garden gnome come to life) overhears him and then grants his wish by turning Bugsy into a dog.

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* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: In "A Dog's Life", while mowing the lawn, Bugsy starts muttering about the phrase "It's a Dog's life.", and then wishes that he was a dog. A gnome (Oscar's family's garden gnome come to life) overhears him and then grants his wish by turning Bugsy into a dog. Bugsy enjoys it at first, but changes his tune when he's made to eat actual dog food.


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* EyeBeams: The gnome in "A Dog's Life" uses these to turn Bugsy into a dog.

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* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: In "A Dog's Life", while mowing the lawn, Bugsy starts muttering about the phrase "It's a Dog's life.", and then wishes that he was a dog. A gnome (Oscar's family's garden gnome come to life) overhears him and then grants his wish by turning Bugsy into a dog.

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* AnthropomorphicFood: The chocolate factory in "Chocolate Meltdown" is staffed by living chocolate figures.


->''Adventures just begun!''

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->''Adventures ->''Adventure's just begun!''


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!!''Oscar and Friends'' contains examples of:

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!!''Oscar and Friends'' contains examples of:Tropes'':

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* StopMotion: Of the Claymation variety.


* ThreeAmigos: Oscar, Doris, and Bugsy. Sometimes it becomes an EqualGenderEnsemble when Rosie joins them.

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* ThreeAmigos: Oscar, Doris, and Bugsy. Sometimes it becomes an EqualGenderEnsemble a GenderEqualEnsemble when Rosie joins them.


* PowerTrio: Oscar, Doris, and Bugsy. Sometimes it becomes a power quartet when Rosie joins them.

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* PowerTrio: ThreeAmigos: Oscar, Doris, and Bugsy. Sometimes it becomes a power quartet an EqualGenderEnsemble when Rosie joins them.

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* PowerTrio: Oscar, Doris, and Bugsy. Sometimes it becomes a power quartet when Rosie joins them.


* HauntedHouse: "

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* {{Cyclops}}: The aliens Oscar, Doris, and Bugsy interact with all have one eye.


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* HauntedHouse: "


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* ProtagonistAndFriends: The title of the show, naturally.


->''When things are dull watch out!''

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->''When things are dull dull, watch out!''

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* MagicCarpet: In the titular episode "The Magic Carpet", Oscar's first with to Doris is that the carpet he's sitting on be a magic flying carpet. That's what it becomes.


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* TimeMachine: In the titular episode, Doris and Bugsy give Oscar a magic clock that can let him travel through time by moving the hands on its face. Doris, using a drill, spins the hands so much they end up ten million years in the past.
* TimeTravelEpisode: "The Time Machine" where Doris, Bugsy, and Oscar end up ten million years in the past.

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