Talk:Weebl and Bob
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- 1 DVD
- 2 Image size
- 3 Redirect
- 4 Full Names
- 5 Copyright notice
- 6 Citing sources
- 7 List of episodes
- 8 Citations Really Needed
- 9 Hairy Jam Jar
- 10 Quotes
- 11 Funnier to Americans
- 12 Pianist
- 13 Editing
- 14 Fair use rationale for Image:WeeblandBob.png
- 15 Mysterious Chicken
- 16 Zoology??
- 17 "Wheelchair-bound"
Any release dates for the DVD yet? Obviously this is a rhetorical question if the answer is no. If the answer is yes then pray include them for us --Thewayforward 11:57, 21 Oct 2004 (UTC)
Would anyone object if the image of Weebl and Bob was cropped? - Evil saltine 08:31, 30 Oct 2004 (UTC)
Doubt it. Oh. Just realised this was posted nearly 3 years ago. Oh well.NIN 19:51, 22 May 2007 (UTC)
Any thoughts about making Weebl redirect to Jonti Picking rather than Weebl and Bob, or possibly a disambiguation page? Weebl runs a website named 'Weebl's Stuff' and seems to use the alias "Weebl" around the web. Khlo 17:24, 17 Nov 2004 (UTC)
Shouldn't Weebl Stuff be mentioned here? I mean, classics like Kenya and Magical Trevor should be mentioned alongside Weebl and Bob since they're made by the same guys and so on. I think we should leave Weebl leading to this page, but with clear disambiguation links.--The Wizard of Magicland 20:23, 16 April 2006 (UTC)
Weebl's full name is Weebl Chauncey, Bob's is Robert Bobertson, Monkey's is Derek and the pear's name is Hank. - 188.8.131.52
- I know you're right about Bob, but any source for the others? I haven't noticed anything on the fansite or the forums. - Drw25 14:03, 20 Feb 2005 (UTC)
- Monkey's full name is given in the credits for "anywhere" and "anyhoo". 96T 13:25, 27 Apr 2005 (UTC)
- Monkey checks out all right, but I've removed Weebl's full name. I've tried Yahoo and Google to no avail (both spellings); if someone can find a source, please post it here. Deltabeignet 01:48, 19 May 2005 (UTC)
- I am almost positive that "Professor Heinz Weebl PhD" is not Weebls's full name, just a fake name he used in "Show" to make him sound like a pie expert of some sort. -DJ Nufonia
- If you guys are talking about full names of the charactors then weebl's first & last name is Weebl Bull. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Lightningleakless (talk • contribs) 06:11, 17 May 2008 (UTC)
- I've got to agree, it does look odd. The Soul Reaver 21:42, 9 June 2006 (UTC)
List of episodes
Is there a list of episodes on WP somewhere? Is it WP's style to do that? Nippoo 20:20, 4 July 2006 (UTC)
- Yeah. Under "See Also" on the article page it links over to List of Weebl and Bob cartoons. Wikipedia's all about the lists. Bo-Lingua 14:47, 5 July 2006 (UTC)
Citations Really Needed
There's a lot of ho-hummy language "most fans", "many fans". Also, why are the "notable" quotes notable? Some of them, like "Stephen Hawking's" quotes aren't that "notable." If I have to think of a quote from W&B, there are only two that jump to mind. "Pie!" and "Mmm...Pie." Let's see some citations, Spin Boy 11. Bo-Lingua 19:29, 7 July 2006 (UTC)
Hairy Jam Jar
I'd like to see more about the Hairy Jam Jar, as he is my favourite character. "Sorry, I was trying to open these beans."
ndrly 12:02, 31 August 2006 (UTC)
I just deleted the whole of the article's "memborable quote" section. Not only are "memorable quote" sections an IMDb convention, not Wikipedia's, but they didn't add to the article at all except to identify certain things certain people found funny and that the characters have a limited and stunted vocabulary. The latter can and is expressed in the encyclopedic part of the article, though this too has a good way to go from being a fan page. BigBlueFish 17:06, 23 September 2006 (UTC)
Funnier to Americans
I'm wondering if the general consensus, is that Webbl and Bob are funnier to Americans. I think it might be, because where British people are used to hearing British slang more than Americans. Since Americans aren't usually that used to British slang, alot of it sounds to them overly proper which is hilarious to them.
Like the words arse, and bum, seem funnier to Americans because Americans are used to people just plainly saying a**hole, without trying to make it sound any less offensive than it's intended to be. In a sense British insults, seem so un-insultive to Americans, that it's kind of like a kid calling someone a name, taking on a deadly serious meaning.
I don't know if this should be added to the article, or if it just goes without saying. I think it does play into alot of the appeal, that American fans find with the web show. Violet yoshi 09:07, 18 November 2006 (UTC)
I read on the fan site that his name is acctually the beefs king. We should change it. -skrb
I put Dishonest Joe in the article and it was removed instantly, why? he is an actual character and it benifited the site plz change it. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 184.108.40.206 (talk • contribs).
- Somehow, you triggered Shadowbot (talk · contribs), an anti-linkspam bot. Probably because you are editing from an IP without an account and added an external link. To weebls-stuff. Bots, eh? :-) Seriously, don't worry about it. I've reverted the bot to restore your edit. The bot is usually very effective against advertising spam, but it's still a computer program, not a person, so some mistakes are inevitable. CaptainVindaloo t c e 13:48, 6 June 2007 (UTC)
Fair use rationale for Image:WeeblandBob.png
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BetacommandBot 04:44, 11 July 2007 (UTC)
Any particular reason why this character is listed under two different catagories...with basically the same description in each one? Which one should be deleted?
CaliforniaDave 09:38, 18 September 2007 (UTC)
- Sounds to me like Goo-ology is a neologism of zoology, don't you think? Although the word is a lot like zoology, except it doesn't involve the actual term or study of the word. -Not a You-Tuber named, "KroboProductions" —Preceding undated comment added 16:39, 19 April 2009 (UTC).
"Wheelchair-bound" is considered derogatory usage and should not be reintroduced into the article. Please see List of disability-related terms with negative connotations before reverting this change again. --Rahaeli (talk) 14:21, 18 December 2009 (UTC)