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"Catching Fuzzlies
To give them hugs
They're soft and cuddly
Like my best pal Bozzly!
Don't worry Fuzzlies, you're safe when we're together
You know we're gonna be friends forever!"
Expository Theme Tune, Season 1

Abby Hatcher is a Nick Jr. animated series created by Canadian studios Guru Studio and Spin Master Entertainment. In its home country, it airs on TVOKids.

The series involves a 7-year-old Asian-American girl named Abby who lives in her parents' hotel. She often helps out a species of creatures called the Fuzzlies, who are Ridiculously Cute Critters with unique abilities. Her sidekick is a rabbit-like Fuzzly named Bozzly. Together, they save the day when trouble ensues.

On December 17, 2018, the episodes "Abby's Squeaky Peeper Panic" and "Things That Go Ding in the Night" were released early on the Nick Jr website and app. The series was originally scheduled to premiere on television on January 1, 2019, but it ended up airing on December 31st, 2018. The series moved to the Nick Jr. channel in September 2019.

In June 2019, a second season was commissioned. The show also has its own YouTube channel.

The show was not renewed for a third season, and the show was quietly canceled, with one episode being left unaired until April 2. 2022. Most of the cast is now starring on other shows: Leo Origil and Jacob Soley, who did the voices of Bo and Teeny Terry, are currently starring on another Nick Jr. show, Blue's Clues & You!, while Origil is now providing a main role on Mighty Express. Wyatt White, who voices Bozzly, is now starring on the PBS Kids show Elinor Wonders Why, while Princess Flug's actor Michela Luci is starring on the Netflix shows True and the Rainbow Kingdom and Go, Dog. Go!.

Not related to Billy Hatcher, or Teri Hatcher.

Abby Hatcher provides examples of:

  • Aerith and Bob: Out of all the Fuzzlies, Bozzly, Princess Flug, Grumbles and the Squeaky Peepers are the only ones who have unique names while the others have regular ones.
  • All-CGI Cartoon: The series is animated in CGI.
  • Alliterative Name: Some of Abby's gadgets are called the "Goo Gripper Gloves", the "Bomber Blimp Jacket", and the "Head Hugging Helmet".
  • Ambiguously Gay: Allen and Jeffrey, who appear in "Grumbles Gets Gone" and "Abby's Track and Field Day", are two men who live together and hold hands. In the latter episode, they had a picnic together. "Bozzly and the Baby" even reveals the two have a niece.
  • Animate Inanimate Object: The Flower Fuzzlies come to life under a Fuzzly Full Moon.
  • Animation Bump: Animation improves a bit in the second half of Season 1, specifically Abby's pupils are smaller and the mouth movements are less choppy.
  • Animesque: The show looks like an anime but in CGI.
  • Art Evolution: The show boosts smoother, more shaded animation from the second season onward.
  • Artistic License: Done with the Halloween Episode. Abby and the Fuzzlies have to be home by the time the sun sets, when in reality, trick-or-treating lasts from 5-9:00 PM, which lasts way after the sun sets. If the sun were to set when trick-or-treating was up by then, it would be in the middle of summer.
  • Art Shift: The Fuzzly Spotter screen is 2D Flash animated.
  • Auto-Tune: Grumbles is revealed to sing like this in "Dance Dance Grumbles".
  • Babysitting Episode: "Super Sitter Abby" has Abby and Bozzly watch Grumbles' baby cousin Mumbles.
  • Bag of Holding: Bozzly's chest pouch.
  • Big Anime Eyes: Used frequently whenever someone is acting cute or convincing someone.
  • Big "NO!": By Teeny Terry in "Snug Loving Chipmunks" when he accidentally breaks the stick that's holding his snug, causing it to fall and crack more.
  • Big Ol' Eyebrows: Melvin has these.
  • Blinded by the Light: Abby gets blinded by Bozzly's shiny fang in "Abby's Squeaky Peeper Panic".
  • Blind Without 'Em: Abby cannot see very well without her pink-framed glasses; when she loses them in one episode, we get several point-of-view shots that show how blurry her sight is without them.
  • Bottle Episode: Most of the series is set at and within the hotel Abby lives in.
  • Breaking Old Trends: "Otis' Sick Day" is the first time in the series where Abby does not have a brain spark. This streak continued in all consecutive first episode segments.
  • Broken Record: The Squeaky Peepers in "Abby's Squeaky Peeper Panic".
    "Do, re, mi, fa, so, la, ti!"
  • Butt-Monkey: Chef Jeff, who is usually the subject of a mishap in the kitchen Once per Episode.
  • Camping Episode: "The Fuzzlies Camping Trip".
  • Cannot Spit It Out:
    • In "Fuzzly Beach Day", as Abby says, if Otis had just told her that he's afraid of the water, none of the trouble would've occurred in the first place.
    • The Peepers suffer this in "Peeper Time Blues", as they don't even bother to tell Abby and Bozzly that the reason they're sad is because their bed is missing.
  • Captain Obvious: Abby has a habit of constantly stating the obvious.
  • Cartoon Creature: The Fuzzlies are completely made up creatures.
  • Character Catchphrase: Several:
    • "Fuzzly trouble, can't delay! To the rescue, save the day!" — Said by Abby and Bozzly before they suit up to help the Fuzzly for the episode.
    • "Brain spark!" — Abby says this when she gets an idea.
    • "A new Fuzzly!" — By Abby and Bozzly in the episode where they learn of a Fuzzly they never met. Abandoned after the early episodes.
    • "Ding, ding!" — Otis' regular phrase when happy.
    • "Me, [insert subject here], me!" — Princess Flug's Verbal Tic.
    • "Sound found!" — Bozzly whenever he detects a sound somewhere.
    • "Hair flair!" — Harriet whenever her hair grows.
    • "Sorry, Chef Jeff!" — Every time Abby and Bozzly apologize for Chef Jeff's mishap of the day. There's also a "Thanks, Chef Jeff!" variation.
    • Abby has a bunch. "Splizzacular!"; "Fuzztastic!"; and when annoyed, "Fuzzblat!".
    • Sophie has her own, "Superific!"
  • Character Name and the Noun Phrase: Some episode titles follow the format "Abby and the...".
  • Cheer Up Episode: “Peeper Time Blues.”
  • Cool Helmet: Abby wears her Head Hugger Helmet when riding her scooter.
  • "Could Have Avoided This!" Plot:
    • In "Chef Beth", if Chef Jeff would've just let his mother finish her thoughts, none of the episode's events would've happened in the first place.
    • In "Bozzly and the Baby", as Miranda tells them, Abby and Bozzly could've told Lara to stop, so that way she wouldn't have upset Bozzly by pulling his ears all the time. Lampshaded earlier when Allen tells Lara to stop when Abby was absent.
  • Cute Little Fangs: Bozzly has a fang and he's a cute little Fuzzly.
  • Cute Kitten: Mo and Bo, the cat Fuzzlies. Also Melvin's cat Elvin.
  • The Dentist Episode: In "Abby's Afraid", Abby gets her first loose tooth and the dentist Dr. Anna visits to give her a checkup, whom she's too nervous to see.
  • Didn't Think This Through: In "Bedtime for Peepers", Abby finally gets the Peepers to sleep, and she and Bozzly leave the room. Of course, they didn't know they can still hear the party from downstairs through the vents, and it's the hearing of Lex's loud partying that wakes them up.
  • Diegetic Soundtrack Usage: An 8-bit version of the theme song is used as the alarm for Abby's Fuzzly Spotter. The theme song itself is also used as the background score in some places, such as when she and Bozzly suit up.
  • "Do It Yourself" Theme Tune: The theme is sung by Abby herself. Starting in Season 2, the Fuzzlies sing along with her.
  • Dramatic Irony: The series is probably the textbook definition of this trope, as there are many problems Abby and Bozzly face that the audience already knows the answer to, due to it being so obvious.
    • In "Peeper Time Blues" when the Squeaky Peepers' peeper bed gets mixed up with Chef Jeff's groceries, it causes them to become depressed, but Abby and Bozzly are unaware of the mix-up and the Peepers never bother to explain such to them in return.
    • In "A Princess and the Peepers", Abby, Bozzly and Princess Flug are completely unaware that the reason Princess Flug cannot sleep on her "lumpy" blanket is because the Peepers have fallen asleep on the rainbow polka dots without them seeing. Of course, the audience knew the whole time.
  • Dropped Glasses: The basic plot of the aptly-named episode "Abby Loses Her Glasses."
  • Early-Bird Cameo:
    • The Season 2 end credits mention the name of a new recurring character, Farmer Jo, who doesn't appear until "Abby's Farm Animal Friend", thirteen whole episodes later.
    • The credits for "Teeny Terry: Safety Officer" and onward show a wide variety of characters who have yet to appear; specifically the Flower Fuzzlies, who don't appear until "The Blossom Band".
  • Early-Installment Weirdness: The animation in the first four produced episodes is brighter and less exaggerated than later episodes, and Abby also had lower lashes visible which are not present in later episodes. Abby and Bozzly also didn't pose when they shout their catchphrases. The actual first episode produced, "Abby's Squeaky Peeper Panic", does not feature Chef Jeff's Once per Episode screw-up in the kitchen after Abby and Bozzly gear up, and the Squeaky Peepers only said their names when they sang more vocally in later appearances.
  • Ejection Seat: Abby's bike has one.
  • Episode Title Card: Every episode has one, and like many preschool shows, they are read aloud by Abby.
  • "Eureka!" Moment: Abby has these Once per Episode, shouting "Brain spark!" when she finds something out or has an idea.
  • Exposed to the Elements: In "Mo and Bo in the Snow" when Abby suits up, she wears her short-sleeved Bomber Blimp Jacket and shows no signs of getting cold.
  • Extreme Doormat: Both Abby and Bozzly become this to Lara in "Bozzly and the Baby".
  • Failed a Spot Check: The point of "Chef Curly". Chef Jeff thinks Curly is screwing the kitchen up when really she's trying to help him make an important dinner for Judge Thorn. Abby doesn't realize it until she sees why Curly was using the frosting bag.
  • Fair-Play Whodunnit: Shows up a lot in the series, with the audience immediately guessing the solution to the Fuzzly trouble long before Abby even realizes it.
    • In "Peeper Time Blues", the reason the Peepers are sad is because their bed has been taken by Chef Jeff, having been mixed up with the groceries.
    • In "Chef Curly", Curly is rummaging around the kitchen because she wants to help Chef Jeff cook dinner for Judge Thorn — she shuffles through his groceries to find his special sauce, she helps mash the potatoes, and she doesn't just squeeze the frosting bag, she uses it to decorate a cake for dessert.
    • In "Princess Flug's Flowery Adventure", Princess Flug keeps getting distracted whenever she sees a flower, preventing Abby and Bozzly from finding her.
    • In "Bozzly and the Missing Pill Bug", we actually see Pill Bug fly out the basket, land in mud, get picked up by Mrs. Melvin, taken back to the hotel and put in the washing machine, so the audience already knows where Pill Bug is.
  • Family Theme Naming:
    • Chef Jeff and his mother, Chef Beth.
    • Princess Flug and her cousin, Flugtilda.
    • Grumbles and his grandmother Grandma Grumbles, his aunt Tumbles, and his cousins Mumbles, Fumbles, Humbles and Zumbles.
  • Freak Out: Whenever the Squeaky Peepers are spooked or surprised, one of them goes missing or they get sick, they freak out by turning gold and bouncing everywhere.
  • Free-Range Children: Abby is allowed to traverse the hotel and all through town without adult supervision.
  • Friendless Background: Abby didn't seem to have any friends before meeting Bozzly and the other Fuzzlies. They're largely still her only friends barring Melvin, who only makes occasional appearances.
  • Garage Band: The Flower Fuzzlies form one called "The Blossom Band".
  • Genki Girl:
    • Abby is always energetic and loud.
    • Sophie, the girl Mo and Bo meet, takes this trope further.
  • Gentle Giant: Grumbles. He's the biggest Fuzzly of all but also has a big heart.
  • "Getting Ready for Bed" Plot: "Bedtime For Peepers" revolves around Abby trying to get the ecstatic and energized Peepers to go to bed.
  • Glasses Curiosity: In "Abby Loses Her Glasses," Princess Flug briefly comes into the possession of Abby's glasses and initially doesn't want to return them due to receiving compliments while wearing them.
  • Goggles Do Something Unusual: Abby's glasses double as her Zoomer View Specs, allowing her to see things no one else can.
  • Good Parents: Abby's parents seem to be kind-hearted, seeing as how they let the various Fuzzlies stay in their hotel.
  • Got Me Doing It:
    • In "Fuzzlies' New Year Dragon", Abby briefly lapses into Mo and Bo's rhyming convention, even to the point of matching their meter:
      Abby: We just need to make the Chinese lanterns glow. What do you think, Mo and Bo?
    • She does it again in "Mo and Bo and the Missing Button Trail":
      Abby: There's too much snow! I can't see Mo and Bo!
  • Go-to-Sleep Ending:
    • "Too Tired To Tuba" ends with Chef Jeff performing his morning tuba concert, but Abby and Bozzly have fallen asleep.
    • "Things That Go Ding in the Night" ends with Abby, Bozzly and Otis all going to sleep in the elevator.
    • "Bedtime For Peepers" ends with Abby zonking out after getting the Peepers to bed, and Bozzly goes to sleep with her.
    • "Grumbles Goes Down the Drain" ends with Bozzly falling asleep on the fuzzy Grumbles.
  • Grumpy Old Man: He usually shows up time to time during Abby and Bozzly's hijinks, and often comments aside.
    Old man: Crazy kids.
  • Hammerspace: Bozzly's pouch is bottomless, and holds an infinite amount of items, even those that would be too big to fit in.
  • Hartman Hips: Miranda, Mrs Melvin, and Judge Thorn have noticeably wide hips
  • Heart Symbol: Abby has a heart on her shirt, her Goo Gripper Gloves have heart-shaped suctions, and her Pogo Spring Shoes have heart-shaped springs. Some of the Fuzzlies' faces also have heart-shaped outlines around them.
  • Heavy Sleeper: In "Abby's Snug" when Abby can't stand whatever problem the other Fuzzlies have while sleeping, Bozzly is able to sleep right through them. The reason, perhaps? Abby isn't a Fuzzly.
  • Help, I'm Stuck!: Characters would frequently get stuck in Princess Flug's glitter goo if not careful. Teeny Terry would also often get stuck in or between things when inflated prompting someone to tickle him and free him.
  • Hiccup Hijinks:
    • The episode "Fuzzly Sleepover" starts with Abby telling a scary story , and her father gets hiccups when he gets scared while eating popcorn. Later, he accidentally falls into a bush and some supplies that makes him look like a monster and he still hiccups. He's later cleaned up, though he still has hiccups.
    • The episode "The Shape Of Grumbles" has Grumbles getting hiccups when he eats too fast, and starts shape shifting at random times. Abby does what she can to help. He then eats brussel sprouts at the end, at which they're cured, but then she gets hiccups.
  • Hulk Speak: Bozzly, Otis, Curly and Grumbles often speak this way. Mo and Bo combine this with Rhymes on a Dime, and Princess Flug also shaves in hints of You No Take Candle.
  • I Can't Dance: Grumbles' problem throughout "Dance Dance Grumbles".
  • Idiosyncratic Wipes: A heart falling past the screen and releasing smaller hearts that fly off.
  • Inflating Body Gag: Teeny Terry's power. He needs to be tickled in his "tickle spot" if he wants to deflate back to normal.
  • Interspecies Friendship: Abby (a human) and Bozzly (a Fuzzly) are best friends.
  • Invisibility: Bozzly can turn invisible.
  • Leitmotif: Each Fuzzly has a different melody associated with them whenever they appear. There's also a three-note melody whenever Abby activates a gadget.
  • Left the Background Music On: The Squeaky Peepers can be a victim of this. One example would be in “Chef Curly” when Curly finds Chef Jeff's sauce, then he holds it up to an offscreen chorus singing “Sauce!”, then the camera pulls back to reveal the Peepers singing it before they zip away.
  • Living Mood Ring: The Squeaky Peepers change their colors when they feel certain emotions; blue when sad, gold when frightened, and green when sick.
  • Lock-and-Load Montage: Done Once per Episode when Abby and Bozzly suit up to help the Fuzzly in trouble.
  • Loose Tooth Episode: In "Abby's Afraid", Abby gets her first loose tooth on the exact same day she's supposed to see Dr. Anna, and she's nervous that Anna will try to yank it out, so she does everything she can to avoid her. By the end, however, her tooth falls out by itself.
  • Jump, I'll Catch You!:
    • In the first episode, Abby does this with Bozzly when she is saving him from the moving van.
    • Abby pulls this off with Bozzly in "Things That Go Ding in the Night", when she catches him after he gets stuck on a vacuum cleaner.
    • Abby pulls this on Otis in "Mo and Bo and the Missing Button Trail".
  • Meaningful Name: Many of the Fuzzlies' names are based on their power source.
    • Princess Flug dresses like a princess, and leaves goo slime like a slug.
    • Curly has a springy tail that allows her to bounce.
    • Harriet Bouffant likes to style hair.
    • The Squeaky Peepers make squeaky sounds when they walk and constantly peep out of nowhere to sing.
    • Teeny Terry, well, is teeny, unless he inflates.
    • The Flower Fuzzlies, Daisy, Rose, Tulip and Sweet Pea, are named after what they are.
  • Me's a Crowd: Grumbles' baby cousin Mumbles can clone himself any time a babysitting rule is broken.
  • Morphic Resonance: Whatever Grumbles shapeshifts into will be purple like his fur with his face mounted on the front. When he turns into a car, his fur tuft even appears on the license plate.
  • Mr Fix It: Abby's dad Lex is a handyman who fixes anything. Teeny Terry follows suit, and becomes his fix-it partner.
  • Musical Theme Naming: The Squeaky Peepers' names come from the notes on the musical scale (Big Do, Re, Mi, Fa, So, La, Ti, Little Do).
  • Mythology Gag: From Season 2 on, Abby often refers to the Fuzzlies as "monster buddies". This could be a callback back to when the Fuzzlies were originally called "monsters".
  • No Antagonist: The series has no major villain whatsoever. However, the closest thing to making an exception is the Grumpy Old Man, who makes a number of cameos and surprise appearances at any time throughout the show, and also sometimes does a major role in other episodes within.
  • Once an Episode:
    • Every episode has a transformation sequence, as well as a moment where Abby and Bozzly say their catchphrase.
    • Chef Jeff also gets a screw-up in the kitchen every episode, usually after Abby and Bozzly suit up.
    • Also Abby's "brain sparks", whenever she gets an idea or finds the solution to the Fuzzly of the day's problem.
    • The Fuzzly Spotter going off.
  • Pink Means Feminine: Abby wears a pink skirt and bow, and looks fairly feminine.
  • Prehensile Hair: Harriet can extend her ponytail to any length she wants.
  • Puppy-Dog Eyes:
    • In "Curly and the Sock Doll", Abby and Bozzly use these to convince Curly to give her dirty sock doll Sprinkles a bath.
    • Abby and the Fuzzlies all use these on Miranda in "Fuzzly Slumber Party" when asking if they can have Curly's cookies.
  • Rainbow Motif: The Squeaky Peepers are the colors of the rainbow.
  • Reactive Continuous Scream: In "The Fuzzlies Camping Trip", Teeny Terry and Grumbles have one when the former finally sees the latter for the first time.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Abby's parents play this often, especially her mother.
  • Rearrange the Song: For season two, the lyrics and clips used for the intro are different (the melody stays the same, however).
  • Rhymes on a Dime:
    • "Abby Hatcher, Fuzzly Catcher", as well as Chef Jeff.
    • Mo and Bo talk like this.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: The Fuzzlies. All of them.
  • Rule of Three: Often it would take three tries for Abby and Bozzly to solve the Fuzzly's problem, by failing on the first two and succeeding on the third.
  • Screw Politeness, I'm a Senior!: The old man who occasionally shows up. Mostly demanding something to eat.
  • Secret Handshake: Lex and Teeny Terry have one called a "Teeny Five Up High". In "Teeny Terry's Treehouse", Abby does one with Otis so he can let her in the elevator.
  • Shouldn't We Be in School Right Now?: Abby is yet to be shown in school, and there is yet for a school to make an appearance. She does mention her "first day of school" in "Fuzzly Photo Day", suggesting she does go, albeit offscreen.
  • Shout-Out:
    • One episode is titled "When Abby Met Bozzly".
    • The woman that Bozzly rescues in "In the Park" dresses up, and floats on her umbrella, exactly how Mary Poppins does.
  • Sleep Deprivation:
    • Abby and the Fuzzlies suffer this in "The Fuzzlies Camping Trip" thanks to Grumbles snoring loudly and knocking their tent down.
    • Abby suffers this herself in "Abby's Snug" as she suffers from a lack of sleep due to the consequences of the Fuzzlies' snugs.
  • Slow "NO!": Abby screams one in “In the Park” as Princess Flug is about to get muddy.
  • Spell My Name With An S:
    • The Do twins of the Squeaky Peepers are listed more recently as "Doh", which got carried into the title card for one episode.
    • So's name is sometimes spelt as "Sol".
  • Spring Coil: Abby's Pogo Spring Shoes have springs built into them, and Curly's tail has a spring inside allowing her to bounce on it.
  • Sting: Parodied when the Squeaky Peepers sing "dun, dun, dun!" in "Otis Out Of Order" when Abby and a Bozzly discover Otis has developed a fear of heights. They sing it again in "Fuzzly Photo Day" when Otis breaks the camera.
  • Stock Audio Clip: Several voice clips are reused multiple times, such as the catchphrases, and Abby and Bozzly's "Ready, Bozzly?"/"Ready!" from the Lock-and-Load Montage can be used as well.
  • Stock Footage:
    • Abby and Bozzly's Lock-and-Load Montage, with any other characters or Fuzzlies added in when necessary.
    • Also Abby riding her bike into the kitchen just before Chef Jeff gets the screw-up of the day.
    • The scenes where Abby and Bozzly shout their catchphrases before they gear up are almost the same exact sequences, with the only differences being lighting and parts of their costumes flying off.
    • The close-up of Abby and Bozzly saying "Sorry, Chef Jeff!" is almost identical every episode.
    • On two occasions as Abby said "Fuzzly trouble, can't delay!", she uses the same animation as when she does her brain sparks.
  • Strictly Formula: The episodes follow more or less the same pattern. Abby and Bozzly mind their own business, Bozzly hears something, they go to investigate, they encounter the Fuzzly of the day, things go wrong, Abby and Bozzly get on Abby's scooter, over-the-top antics ensue, Abby realizes what the issue is, and they help the Fuzzly out.
  • Super-Deformed: The series is all chibi, all the time.
  • Super-Senses: Bozzly has super hearing.
  • Symbol Motif Clothing: Abby and the Fuzzlies each have a specific symbol which represents them, either appearing on their clothes or accessories.
    • Abby's is a heart.
    • Bozzly's is a star.
    • Otis's is a circle or polka dots, resembling buttons.
    • Princess Flug's is a crown.
    • Harriet's is a bow.
    • Mo and Bo's are stripes.
    • Curly's is a spiral.
    • The Squeaky Peepers' are musical notes.
    • Grumbles' is a leaf.
  • Tempting Fate: In the Halloween Episode, Abby reminds the Fuzzlies they'll all stick together. Cue Otis getting left behind minutes later.
  • They Wasted a Perfectly Good Sandwich:
    • In "Wai Po's Wild Day", Abby and Bozzly make breakfast for Wai Po, only for Bozzly to mooch at it whole the moment they bring it to her.
    • In "Dance Dance Grumbles", Abby leaves behind a plate of sandwiches when she gets a Fuzzly alert.
  • Third-Person Person: Bozzly, Otis, Grumbles, Mo and Bo communicate with uses of their names instead of "Me" or "I".
  • Title Drop: Abby often refers to herself as "Abby Hatcher, Fuzzly Catcher" multiple times throughout, referring to the title.
  • Title, Please!: The title card for the "Fuzzly Treasure Hunt" was not shown along with the end credits when it first got put up on the Nick Jr. website.
  • Toyless Toyline Character: Unlike most Spin Master shows, this series did not yet get a toyline, despite how the series is just as toyetic as most of Spin Master's other series. Merchandise started releasing online at Spin Master's website, however, but as exclusive merchandise that can only be found there.
  • Verbal Tic:
    • Curly tends to repeat, repeat, repeat what she says three times, times, times.
    • Mo and Bo always talk in rhyme, everywhere, all the time.
    • Princess Flug's "Me (something), me" or simply "Subject (something else) subject."
  • Visible Invisibility: When Bozzly turns invisible, he leaves an outline so viewers can see where he is. Also, his face remains visible. There are moments when he goes completely invisible as well.
  • Vocal Evolution:
    • Otis' voice is several pitches higher in "Mo and Bo and the Missing Button Trail".
    • Grumbles' voice is noticeably deeper near the end of S2.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifter: Grumbles can transform into anything.
  • Wall Crawl: Abby does this when climbing up the tower in "Fairy Tale Fuzzly" with the help of her Goo Gripper Gloves.
  • Water Is Dry: In "Teeny Pelican Terry" when Abby helps Teeny Terry get out of his pelican costume, Bozzly, who's operating the fishing pole that Abby is hooked too, accidentally loses control and Abby falls in the water. When he reels her out, she shows no signs of being wet.
  • Where the Hell Is Springfield?: The location of the hotel is not specified, and the location of the town it's in is unknown.
  • Wingdinglish: Any place that would have text would be replaced by random lines or symbols. Examples would be Lex's schedule in "Frazzled Fuzzly" and the book Abby reads in "In the Park".
  • You Mean "Xmas": One episode has them celebrate a Valentine's Day holiday called "Hearts and Hugs Day".
  • You No Take Candle: Princess Flug and Curly talk this way.

Alternative Title(s): Abby Hatcher Fuzzly Catcher


Happy Birthday, Abby!

Abby gets her own original birthday song.

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