The Angry Beavers

Season 3 Episode 14

Norberto y Daggetto en El Grapadura y el Castor Malo / The Loogie Hawk

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Aired Unknown Oct 16, 1999 on Nickelodeon
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Norberto y Daggetto en El Grapadura y el Castor Malo: The Beavers become characters in a Mexican wrestling film, starring their wrestling hero, El Grapadura, presented in Spanish (with respected English sub-titles). The Loogie Hawk: The boys battle with a congested bird of prey who moves into the forest and bombards them with loogies.moreless

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    Tim Borquez

    Tim Borquez

    El Grapadura / Crowd

    Guest Star

    Jesse Corti

    Jesse Corti

    El Supermuerto / Police Captain / Referee

    Guest Star

    Candi Milo

    Candi Milo

    Secretary / Woman Screaming

    Guest Star

    Nick Bakay

    Nick Bakay

    Norberto / Crowd

    Recurring Role

    Richard Horvitz

    Richard Horvitz

    Daggetto / Crowd

    Recurring Role

    Charlie Brissette

    Charlie Brissette

    Background Singer

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • (Dag gets out his keyring which only has 1 key)
        Dag: No... no... no... no...
        Norb: Dag! We never lock the dam!

      • Referee: Uno, Dos, Three!

      • (from "The Loogie Hawk")
        Norbert: Think of your poor old mother wearing bologna shoes and corrective headgear! She thinks small animals nest in boxes of tapioca pudding left under the Yum-Yum trees for too long, but that's the way she was raised! Rub that on your thighs, Mr. Melto, and see how far it gets ya! How do ya like them apples? (gets splattered by the Loogie Hawk) Mommy! Mommy!
        Daggett: This is for you, Ma! And your bologna shoes!

    • NOTES (2)

      • I was just looking at the word castor, and I have found that it is a Latin word which is part of the scientific name for beaver: Castor Canadensis.
        Castor - Latin; Beaver; Canadensis - Latin; of Canada.
        funny thing is though, El Castor malo is Spanish for "The bad beaver".

      • The title of "El Grapadura y el Castor Malo" is Spanish for "The Stapler and the Bad Beaver".

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