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    sfan64

    [81]Aug 2, 2007
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    wwfpooh wrote:
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    In no paticular order:

    Yakkao, Wakko, Dot, Pinky, the Brain, Rita, Runt, Slappy, and the Good Feathers.

    My main faves would be the Warners, followed by Pinky & the Brain, then Rita and Runt, Katie Ka-Boom, Colin (aka the Randy Beaman Kid), and finally...

    The Fearsome Five: Frances "Pip" Pumphandle, Mr. Director (and his various incarnations), Baloney, Elmyra Duff, and Prunella Flundergust.

    FYI, I only listed the 'Fearsome Five' because they were the only five characters who could give the Warners a run for their money in terms of zany-ness.

    In fact, I kind of felt sorry for the Warner trio in having to deal with the 'Fearsome Five', because no one--in their right mind or in their not-so right mind--would want to be stuck with them! ^_^

    Down with Katie Ka-Boom, man!

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    SR71halo

    [82]Aug 3, 2007
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    wwfpooh wrote:
    SR71halo wrote:

    In no paticular order:

    Yakkao, Wakko, Dot, Pinky, the Brain, Rita, Runt, Slappy, and the Good Feathers.

    My main faves would be the Warners, followed by Pinky & the Brain, then Rita and Runt, Katie Ka-Boom, Colin (aka the Randy Beaman Kid), and finally...

    The Fearsome Five: Frances "Pip" Pumphandle, Mr. Director (and his various incarnations), Baloney, Elmyra Duff, and Prunella Flundergust.

    FYI, I only listed the 'Fearsome Five' because they were the only five characters who could give the Warners a run for their money in terms of zany-ness.

    In fact, I kind of felt sorry for the Warner trio in having to deal with the 'Fearsome Five', because no one--in their right mind or in their not-so right mind--would want to be stuck with them! ^_^

    Elmyra chased the Warners off? Don't remember that one.

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    sfan64

    [83]Aug 3, 2007
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    SR71halo wrote:
    wwfpooh wrote:
    SR71halo wrote:

    In no paticular order:

    Yakkao, Wakko, Dot, Pinky, the Brain, Rita, Runt, Slappy, and the Good Feathers.

    My main faves would be the Warners, followed by Pinky & the Brain, then Rita and Runt, Katie Ka-Boom, Colin (aka the Randy Beaman Kid), and finally...

    The Fearsome Five: Frances "Pip" Pumphandle, Mr. Director (and his various incarnations), Baloney, Elmyra Duff, and Prunella Flundergust.

    FYI, I only listed the 'Fearsome Five' because they were the only five characters who could give the Warners a run for their money in terms of zany-ness.

    In fact, I kind of felt sorry for the Warner trio in having to deal with the 'Fearsome Five', because no one--in their right mind or in their not-so right mind--would want to be stuck with them! ^_^

    Elmyra chased the Warners off? Don't remember that one.

    I do; in fact, that episode can be found on Vol. 3, by the way. It's called "Lookit The Warner Fuzz-Heads".

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    wwfpooh

    [84]Aug 3, 2007
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    sfan64 wrote:
    SR71halo wrote:
    wwfpooh wrote:
    SR71halo wrote:

    In no paticular order:

    Yakkao, Wakko, Dot, Pinky, the Brain, Rita, Runt, Slappy, and the Good Feathers.

    My main faves would be the Warners, followed by Pinky & the Brain, then Rita and Runt, Katie Ka-Boom, Colin (aka the Randy Beaman Kid), and finally...

    The Fearsome Five: Frances "Pip" Pumphandle, Mr. Director (and his various incarnations), Baloney, Elmyra Duff, and Prunella Flundergust.

    FYI, I only listed the 'Fearsome Five' because they were the only five characters who could give the Warners a run for their money in terms of zany-ness.

    In fact, I kind of felt sorry for the Warner trio in having to deal with the 'Fearsome Five', because no one--in their right mind or in their not-so right mind--would want to be stuck with them! ^_^

    Elmyra chased the Warners off? Don't remember that one.

    I do; in fact, that episode can be found on Vol. 3, by the way. It's called "Lookit The Warner Fuzz-Heads".

    Yep. They fought fire with fire by sending her on after accident-causing Mindy.
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    sfan64

    [85]Oct 16, 2007
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    If you ask me, any character with fur and/or feathers is worth liking.
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    wwfpooh

    [86]Oct 16, 2007
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    sfan64 wrote:
    If you ask me, any character with fur and/or feathers is worth liking.
    A furry (or feather) fan?
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    sfan64

    [87]Oct 16, 2007
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    wwfpooh wrote:
    sfan64 wrote:
    If you ask me, any character with fur and/or feathers is worth liking.
    A furry (or feather) fan?

    It could either be an animal or bird.

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    wwfpooh

    [88]Oct 16, 2007
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    sfan64 wrote:

    wwfpooh wrote:
    sfan64 wrote:
    If you ask me, any character with fur and/or feathers is worth liking.
    A furry (or feather) fan?

    It could either be an animal or bird.

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    sfan64

    [89]Oct 17, 2007
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    Many people don't seem to like the Hip Hippos, but I still think they're all right.
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    wwfpooh

    [90]Oct 17, 2007
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    sfan64 wrote:
    Many people don't seem to like the Hip Hippos, but I still think they're all right.
    Each to their own.
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    sfan64

    [91]Oct 21, 2007
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    wwfpooh wrote:
    sfan64 wrote:
    Many people don't seem to like the Hip Hippos, but I still think they're all right.
    Each to their own.

    I believe the reason nobody likes the Hip Hippos is because of what they are.

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    wwfpooh

    [92]Oct 23, 2007
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    sfan64 wrote:

    wwfpooh wrote:
    sfan64 wrote:
    Many people don't seem to like the Hip Hippos, but I still think they're all right.
    Each to their own.

    I believe the reason nobody likes the Hip Hippos is because of what they are.

    You mean pompously rich and selfish?
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    sfan64

    [93]Oct 24, 2007
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    wwfpooh wrote:
    sfan64 wrote:

    wwfpooh wrote:
    sfan64 wrote:
    Many people don't seem to like the Hip Hippos, but I still think they're all right.
    Each to their own.

    I believe the reason nobody likes the Hip Hippos is because of what they are.

    You mean pompously rich and selfish?

    No. Hippos, because they're not what they seem...

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    wwfpooh

    [94]Oct 24, 2007
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    Hippos aren't what they're stereotyped to be in the real world, too, so that point is moot.
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    sfan64

    [95]Oct 25, 2007
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    wwfpooh wrote:
    Hippos aren't what they're stereotyped to be in the real world, too, so that point is moot.

    Hippos are very vicious and brutal, even though they're actually herbivores (which is what I really meant before).

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    wwfpooh

    [96]Oct 25, 2007
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    That vicious and brutal thing only occurs in the wild, for the most part, and even then, it is rarely noted.
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    sfan64

    [97]Oct 26, 2007
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    wwfpooh wrote:
    That vicious and brutal thing only occurs in the wild, for the most part, and even then, it is rarely noted.

    I learned all I did about them by watching Animal Planet.

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    wwfpooh

    [98]Oct 26, 2007
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    sfan64 wrote:

    wwfpooh wrote:
    That vicious and brutal thing only occurs in the wild, for the most part, and even then, it is rarely noted.

    I learned all I did about them by watching Animal Planet.

    Well, like all media, AP can't fully be trusted, I don't think.
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    sfan64

    [99]Oct 27, 2007
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    wwfpooh wrote:
    sfan64 wrote:

    wwfpooh wrote:
    That vicious and brutal thing only occurs in the wild, for the most part, and even then, it is rarely noted.

    I learned all I did about them by watching Animal Planet.

    Well, like all media, AP can't fully be trusted, I don't think.

    It all depends on who is in charge of the network...

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    wwfpooh

    [100]Oct 28, 2007
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    sfan64 wrote:
    It all depends on who is in charge of the network...

    And unfortunately, for the childhood networks we've grown up with, we have crappy people in charge, which makes all those networks the villains' house now.

    All: "This day will live in infamy; Every childhood channel is history!" *all laugh*

    Elizabeth Tumulty (cheif of CW): "Aidios, WB!"

    Mike Eisner and Bob Igor (ex-Disney figurehead & current CEO): "Game over, Disney!"

    Andy Heyward (owner of DiC): "Hit the road, DiC!"

    Any MTV Networks executive: "Take a hike, Nicky (Nick, formerly Nickelodeon)!"

    All: "It's our house now--and don't bother coming back--it's our house now!!"

    Edited on 10/28/2007 6:53pm
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