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This is an Amino I made for the Courage the Dog fandom you can join if you want
I need to know the song eustus was listening to that he called velvet Vic. I looked velvet Vic up and I didn't find the actual song just the clip from the show
Idk how to edit pages, but Tulip in Tulip's Worm could possibly be a nod to Fantastic Planet.
Here's the plot:
After the evil vet sent parents off to the moon, Courage was abandoned while a puppy, but he then lives in
a house with a connected garage near the fictional town of Nowhere, Kansas with Muriel Bagge and her
grumpy husband, Eustace Bagge. He then overcomes his own fears to heroically defend his unknowing
farmer owners from all kinds of dangers and paranormal events so many times, Later then, Di Lung shows Courage that he wasn't ALWAYS egotastic, for he knows how to bring his parents back.
So they both had to face previous menaces along with the clone of the Space Chicken that rules
them all. (And wouldn't you know it? He's gotten Eustace & Muriel last the last other times...)
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Was the Cruel Veterinarian's Rocket based on Proton and Delta II?
Hey, I got this episode stuck in my head that I only once watched in my childhood and I'm not even sure if it's from this show, but it should be. In the episode (watched it in german) courage is asking multiple times "what is funny" or "what is weird" or something like that. Then he says, I don't know, was that funny (or weird or whatever)? Asking the audience. Then after asking that 3 people, I suppose the farmers are repeating his words in a weird chanty manner. Something like: What - is - fun - ny, What - is - fun - ny... and so on. While the sing it you can hear a subtle western e- guitar playing. It had a creepy vibe but I guess almost every episode does. That's all I remember. Does anybody know the episode or does that sound familiar? Please help
Hi, I was just posting to show a research video I did on if the Courage the Cowardly Dog show was based on real life like the image below suggests. I'm just looking for feedback and opinions thanks in advance! Here's the link: youtube.com/watch?v=lORFrKJi8I4
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I've heard news about the creators wanting to bring him back? Is he really coming back?
I don't mean to be an ignorant fool, but why are all of the posts inactive? Is this a ghost town?
Katz, Le Quack?
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I think we should re-enable achievements. They would provide much needed incentive for users to make useful contributions. There's a strong pattern, ever since the feature was disabled, of users contributing a few times then disappearing, which I believe is because they got zero positive feedback. It seems to work quite well on most wiki's, and this one really needs anything it can get. Aside from a very small handful of active users, (like 6 including admins), this place is DEAD. And there's no reason it should be...
Due to the vast majority of Courage The Cowardly Dog characters being one time charectors i believe we should make a category for them any questions?.
Just a heads-up to everyone (Bureau's/Admins mainly), I've implemented few new features for this wiki:
We now have a page that will display all duplicate images in the database; MediaWiki:DuplicateImages
I've also included "Duplicate images" in with some quick links for site maintenance in the Special:RecentChanges page (near the top).
There is now a feature for updating file-links across all pages when renaming an image. When you click the Edit dropdown while on an image page, and click Rename, you will notice a button which says "Rename and Replace". Once you've changed the name of the image, clicking this button will rename the image to what you specified and proceed to update all links pointing to the old filename, on all pages. (Btw, in order for the renamed image on the pages to be immediately visible, and not a redlink, you will need to click the (UTC) part of the clock above the navigation menu. This will purge the server cache and update the page.)
I also changed the little button that appears below galleries to be more accurate, indicating that you can also *edit* the gallery, not just add photos to it. i.e. you can change the layout and how it looks & stuff.
What's our policy on image deletion? For example, what should we be doing with images which are "outdated" i.e. the image has a superior version available with the same content but at a higher resolution/quality? Titlecards are a prime example. Should we be deleting them, or just leaving them alone?