The Loop (TV)
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- Alternate Character Interpretation: Is Rebecca an abusive Mean Boss who exploits her ownership of the Sea Duck to get labour from Baloo, or a charitable Extreme Doormat who constantly ensures employment and a living for her incompetent Jerkass friend? Similarly, is Baloo only working at Higher For Hire as a means to buy back the Sea Duck and bail out, or is he a provider and guardian for his surrogate family that only holds onto said vow out of stubborn Pride?
- Base Breaker: Rebecca, to one half of the fanbase is the most endearing character in the show, to the other half, she is a stuck-up Jerkass.
- It doesn't help that her behavior varies from one episode to another, Depending on the Writer.
- Crowning Moment of Awesome: Has its own page.
- Draco in Leather Pants: Don Karnage. Seriously, he's the Furry Fandom equivalent of Jack Sparrow!
- Ear Worm: The theme song.
- Ensemble Darkhorse: More than a few characters in the show have gained a plausible fanbase, Don Karnage may be the most outstanding example however (even gaining his own solo outing in Raw Toonage).
- Evil Is Sexy: Kitten Kaboodle in "A Star Is Torn" so very much.
- Fanon: Myra's last name, Foxworthy.
- Fan Yay: Don Karnage has gotten this on occasion.
- Foe Yay: Baloo and Plane Jane have plenty of this going on in "Waiders Of The Wost Tweasure".
- Furry Fandom: This is mainly thanks to Rebecca and the numerous girls of the week.
- Hilarious in Hindsight: Whenever Rebecca (voiced by Sally Struthers) goes into a Get Rich Quick Scheme, it's not hard to imagine her saying, "Do you want to make money? Sure, we all do!"
- I Am Not Shazam: "Don" is a Spanish title and form of address. I always assumed that Don Karnage was using it in this way, as a self-applied title of nobility, and so developed hives when I ran across a fanfic series featuring Don Karnage, his brother Ron, and their sisters Donna and Fauna.
- Jerkass Woobie: Colonel Spigot may be a jerk, but considering he combines aspects of Determinator and "No Respect" Guy to the point where most people don't even remember his name, and that he is constantly mocked about his small size, and the fact that he does everything to please the High Marshall (who constantly insults and threatens him) so that he won't be shot, that definitely puts him under this trope. It's hard not to feel sorry for him sometimes.
- Also Douglas Benson from the episode "Louie's Last Stand" since he's been constantly harassed and humiliated since he was five years old, which can have unfortunate effects on one as adult, so his excess zeal is somewhat forgivable.
- Magnificent Bastard: Shere Khan.
- Memetic Sex God: Katie Dodd and Kitten Kaboodle have earned this title with many fans.
- The Millstone: Played around with Baloo. Though genuinely heroic, he is often as much the cause of the show's problems as he is the savior of them.
- Motive Decay: Somewhat. Depending on the Writer, Baloo could be insistent on working for Higher For Hire solely to get the Sea Duck back from Rebecca, or has grown accustomed to (if not outright enjoys) working for her. In "Save The Tiger", he basically retcons his insured wealth and ownership of the plane just so she can have her business back.
- Tastes Like Diabetes: How some fans view Molly, though at least being a bit of a Little Miss Snarker tones it down slightly.
- Toy Ship: Kit and Molly, even though the show portrays them as Like Brother and Sister.
- The Woobie: Again, Kit and Molly, on several occasions.
- Baloo and Rebecca lean the fine line between this and a Jerkass Woobie in some of their sympathetic moments.
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