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Western Animation / Fifi and the Flowertots

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The cast of the series.
Fifi and the Flowertots is a British stop-motion preschool television series created by Keith Chapman; it tells the story of a forget-me-not named Fifi and her "flowertot" friends, and their adventures in the garden. The show started in 2005 and ended in 2010. When the show first aired in America on Sprout, it quickly became one of their favorite shows... for a while. Their promotion for the show eventually waned, and only the first two seasons were aired.

This animation provides examples of:

  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Sort of a given, considering most of the cast are flowers or bugs.
  • Animate Inanimate Object: Most of the characters are based on flowers.
  • Catchphrase:
    • Anyone when Fifi forgets something: "Fifi Forget-me-not, forgot!"
    • Fifi herself says "Fiddly Flowerpetals" if she forgets something.
    • Bumble: "Wiggly worms!"
    • Stingo: "Rotten raspberries!"
    • Primrose: "I am NOT having a good day!"
  • Claymation: The series is animated in stop-motion with clay models.
  • Dub Name Change: A rare English to English example, as Bumble was renamed Fuzzbuzz in the American dub on Sprout.
  • Forgetful Jones: The titular character is prone to forgetting things.
  • Girlish Pigtails: Webby, sort of.
  • Harmless Villain: Somewhat bordering with No Antagonist. Otherwise, there is Stingo and Slugsy, the resident 'bad guys'. But Slugsy's an affable minion to Stingo, who always gets comeuppance for his naughty actions.
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  • The Klutz: Bumble, whenever he tries to land.
  • No Fourth Wall: Fifi regularly addresses the viewers at the start of each episode saying "Hello, I'm Fifi Forget-me-not!", and also at the end saying "Bye! Don't forget to come back soon!". Though the most notable example is when she forgets something, so she describes the thing for the audience to guess.
  • Odd Friendship: Primrose is a Neat Freak whilst Violet is a messy painter, yet they are still able to live under the same roof.
  • Same Language Dub: An American English dub was produced for Sprout.
  • Slasher Smile: Several of the characters are prone to these, as they are Perpetual Smilers who always smile even when they're not happy.
  • Sneeze Interruption: Played for slapstick when Bumble says, "I have a bad—" but sneezes, splatting himself against the wall.
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  • The Unintelligible: Mo the lawnmower. Fifi is the only one who can understand him, strangely enough.


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