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Character Guide

Milo - opening sequence.JPEGMilo- Oscar - opening sequence.JPEGOscar- Bea - opening sequence.JPEGBea Goldfishberg{Bea loves acting and is really quirky}

Other major characters[edit]

The following characters have appeared in most of the episodes of "Fish Hooks".

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Picture Name Description
Shellsea.JPEGShellseathe sexiest hottest girl in the school and she loves loves dates and boys Shellsea is into makeovers, and dances.
Albert Glass.JPEGAlbert GlassThe nicest fish in school who knows answers to everything. Albert was pushed ahead two grades since he is so clever. Always seen with Jumbo, Albert makes an easy target for bullies.
Jumbo Shrimp.JPEGJumbo ShrimpThe best friend of Albert who is a hall monitor at Freshwater High.
Coach Salmons.JPEGCoach SalmonsFreshwater High's P.E teacher and health instructor. Coach Salmons is a great motivator, however, he may use the expression "nutrition pyramid" a bit too often.
Mr. Mussels commenting on the performance.PNGMr. MusselsThe drama teacher at Freshwater High with a loud and frightening voice.
Ms. Lips.pngMs. LipsThe clumsy guidance counselor at Freshwater High.
Bo Gregory.pngBo GregoryThe farming-obsessed student at Freshwater High.
Finberley with cupcakes.pngFinberleyThe often-injured fish who loves hanging with the girls. She likes cheerleading for the school football team.
Esmargot.pngEsmargotThe sickly snail Freshwater High student who leaves a trail of slime wherever she goes.
Koi.pngKoiA sweet fish who can only speak through grunting, who looks like a normal teenage fish with weight issues.
Dan and Ann Chovie.pngAnn and Dan ChovieThe freaky twins at Freshwater High.
Hugh Edmondson.pngHugh EdmondsonThe posh French Freshwater High student who teaches equitte.
Randy Pincherson.pngRandy PinchersonThe evil, snobby, sarcastic, and mischievous crab who attends Freshwater High. Randy is often involved in shady business deals.
Piranhica.pngPiranhicaThe sexy girlfriend of Jocktopus, who often helps Jocktopus with his bullying.
Steve Jackson.pngSteve JacksonThe most popular and sexy boy at Freshwater High. Who loves shellsea and would die if she found out. Stickler and Fishington.pngPrincipal Stickler and Nurse FishingtonSticker is the principal of Freshwater High, and Fishington is his assistant.
Headphone Joe.pngHeadphone JoeThe Freshwater High janitor who always listens to his headphones.
Snake and Mouse.pngSnake and MouseA Rattlesnake and a Field Mouse who live together in the opposite of the fish tank who always comment on their adventures. Bea's parents.pngNorman and Mrs. GoldfishbergThe over-caring parents of Bea Goldfishberg.

stupid characters[edit]

Characters that have appeared in more than three episodes, but cannot be considered a recurring character.

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Picture Name Description
Dr. Frog.JPEGDr. FrogThe crazy woodshop Bog Frog teacher at Freshwater High.
Dumpy Muffins.pngDumpy MuffinsThe small octopus who is a hall monitor.
Chief.pngChiefThe often angry owner of the Hokey Poke Diner.
Pass, Punt and Fumble.pngPass, Punt and FumblePass, Punt and Fumble are Jocktopus' henchman and help him with his daily bullying.
Angela.pngAngela FishburgerAngela is head of the debate team of Saltwater High School, and the girlfriend of Oscar.
Bassy.JPEGBassyBassy is the sexy waitress at the Hokey Poke Diner, and works alongside Chief.
Barb.JPEGBarbBarb is the owner of Fish Flakes Incorporated, and seems to be involved with the Fish Mall as well.
Pamela Hamster.JPEGPamela HamsterThe TV star, sexy, and famous celebrity who lives in Hamsterwood. She is the former girlfriend of Milo.
Kevin.JPEGKevinA former member of Milo, Bea and Oscar's friendship circle, who got set back a grade.
Hoodie.pngHoodieA Freshwater High student who plays the guitar.

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Voiced by:Kyle Massey

Species: Siamese fighting fish

A fish who's always looking for some fun. He's usually the class clown, especially in Mr. Baldwin's class. He's always getting his two best friends in many zany adventures, whether they want him to or not.

  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: "Fail Fish" implies that he has some sort of attention disability.
  • Book Dumb: He is not a good student and he has trouble learning. But one episode showed that he is able to learn new things when he is in danger.
  • Blue Is Heroic: He’s light blue with darker blue fins.
  • Catchphrase: "Hot dog!"
  • Class Clown: In Mr. Baldwin's class.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: He's very eccentric and goofy, and is prone to coming up with crazy ideas out of the blue.
  • Comedic Underwear Exposure: He is sometimes seen wearing Oscar's underwear for comedic affect.
  • The Ditz: He isn't very wise.
  • Fat Best Friend: To Oscar and Bea.
  • Fat Idiot: A bumbling, obese fish.
  • Foil: To Oscar.
  • Fun Personified: Always looking for fun, regardless of the situation.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Oscar, of the brotherly, family variety.
  • Ignorant of Their Own Ignorance: He's a stupid goofball and usually the reason for episode conflicts, but actually means well nevertheless.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's shown to be selfish and way too self-centered in many episodes, but he's also a good friend deep inside.
  • Kindhearted Simpleton: His kindness and well-meaning intentions make up for his stupidity.
  • Large Ham: He lacks an indoor voice and is prone to overdramatic emphasis.
  • Life of the Party: Is usually one to party crazier than anyone else.
  • Love Interest: Finberley seems to have a crush on him, seeing as how she once requested to go on a lunch date with him and thinks it's cute when Milo gets all weak.
  • Nice Guy: While he isn't very wise, he has a quite friendly and endearing attitude.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: He is usually the cause of conflict.
  • No Indoor Voice: Being quiet and him are not on the best of terms.
  • Obsessed with Food: He once got hungry in class because Mr. Baldwin's nose apparently looks like a sea cucumber.
  • Odd Name Out: Out of the trio, he's the only whose name is not a common one.
  • Platonic Life-Partners: With Bea, being one of his best friends.
  • Potty Emergency: "Bea Saves a Tree" reveals that he pees in the water rather than the bathroom.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Apples.

     Bea Goldfishberg
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Voiced by:Chelsea Kane

Species: Goldfish

The goldfish who lives across the street from Milo and Oscar. She has a strong desire to become an actress superstar, and often plays the lead in her school plays. When she doesn't act as the voice of reason, she can be a control freak.

  • Ambiguously Jewish: Her last name, "Goldfishberg", is a pun on the surname "Goldberg", which is a stereotypical Jewish name.
  • Birthday Episode: "Bea's Surprise Party".
  • Drama Queen: Justified as she's the star pupil of the school's drama department.
    • This is also her main flaw, she can get a little to passionate about even the smallest role.
  • Determinator: When she sets her mind to something, Bea just won't stop.
  • First Girl Wins: She’s been hanging out with Oscar since the start of the show, and they become a couple by series’ end.
  • Gamer Chick: She'll occasionally join Oscar and Milo in playing video games.
  • Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak: Despite "Sleepover Party" showcasing her as a stereotypical teenage girl, she still has some masculine interests like football and playing video games with Milo and Oscar.
  • Green-Eyed Redhead: She has red hair and, as shown in "Oscar is a Playa", she has green eyes.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Sure, Bea is selfish, desperate to reach her dreams, and suffers from Small Name, Big Ego, but at the end of the day, she actually cares more about her family and friends.
  • Large Ham: Justified, since she is an aspiring actress.
  • Platonic Life-Partners: With Oscar and Milo until she gets together with the former in the Series Finale.
  • Plucky Girl: Bea is cheerful, enthusiastic and rarely gives up when she wants something.
  • Pride: She has shown signs of arrogance, such as frequently complimenting herself and thinking that she's too talented to be punched, as "Happy Birthday, Jocktopus" shows.
  • Redhead In Green: When she dresses as Oscar in "16 Clamandles".
  • Single Girl Seeks Most Popular Guy: The object of her affection in some episodes is the local Pretty Boy heartthrob.
  • Single Woman Seeks Good Man: During graduation, she realizes she likes Oscar.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Due to her dreams of becoming famous, she often has a high opinion of herself. Downplayed, considering she can be a good actress and knows she isn't famous now.
  • Unwitting Pawn: To Fishington in "Principal Bea".
  • Youthful Freckles: Although not that prominent, she has three freckles on each side of her cheeks.

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Voiced by:Justin Roiland

Species: Catfish

A nerdy fish who likes to play video games and roleplay. When Bea isn't the voice of reason, he usually fulfills this role. His brother's antics may make him cranky at times, but he's always got his back. He harbors a secret crush on Bea, but is too shy to admit it.

  • All Work vs. All Play: The All Work to Shellsea and Milo's All Play.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: He's really smart, can't understand, or act, in some social interactions, and in one episode, can't seem to understand jokes or visual gags, so Milo teaches him how to laugh.

     Randy Pincherson

"I'm Randy Pincherson!"

Voiced by:Josh Sussman

Species: Crab

A narcissistic crab who's extremely wealthy.

  • Asshole Victim: He really does deserve all the bad things that happen to him.
  • Author Avatar: He strongly resembles his voice actor, Josh Sussman.
  • Catchphrase: "I'm Randy Pincherson!"
  • The Dragon: He'll sometimes assist Jocktopus when it comes to sabotage.
  • Expy: Who is a money-obsessed crab that you know from a certain cartoon? Except Randy is worse.
  • Hate Sink: It's clear he's supposed to be hated for all his slimy actions and mean personality.
  • Jerkass: He's an obnoxious, selfish, Rich Bastard who boasts constantly about his wealth and shows little respect to his fellow classmates.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: He'll usually get what's coming to him in most episodes.
  • Narcissist: He doesn't care about anyone but himself.
  • Penny-Pinching Crab: He is a crab student know chiefly for two things: being very wealthy and being very narcissistic about his wealth. In the episode "Dollars and Fish", he plays the part of the strict, unforgiving loan shark whom Milo gets his money from... and who has no problem pressuring defaulting debtors with his claws.
  • Rich Bastard: He's very wealthy and acts quite boastful about it.



Voiced by:John DiMaggio

Species: Octopus

An octopus who plays on the school football team. Known to be very aggressive to his fellow classmates and is best friends with Albert Glass. He has a soft side that he rarely shows to anyone.


Voiced by:Laura Ortiz

Species: Piranha

A piranha who is Jocktopus' girlfriend. Her short temper makes her less pleasant than her boyfriend, and that's saying something!


"But Clamantha, you don't have any nails!"

Voiced by:Kimberley Mooney

A clumsy fish who can be very emotional and hyperactive at times. She always tries her best to keep a smile on her face.


"YOU'RE CA-RA-ZAY, I like it!"

Voiced by:Kari Wahlgren

Species: Jewelfish

A jewelfish who's into fashion and being cool. She's Bea's closest friend outside of Milo and Oscar, and is seen occasionally giving advice to her. She loves to gossip and eat.


Voiced by:Alex Hirsch

Species: Clam

A kooky clam who serves as captain of the cheerleading team and the editor of the school yearbook. She has the hots for Oscar and isn't afraid to hide it, even when he's taken.


Voiced by:Rachel Dratch

Species: Slug

An awkward slug who's usually the pessimistic one in the group, and Albert Glass' girlfriend.


Voiced by:Rachel Dratch

A big Koi fish who can only speak in "wuh"s. Compared to her friends, she's surprisingly the most gentle one.

     Brandon Bubbler

Voiced by:Lil Twist (Season 3)

A famous pop star with tons of fans. His charming ways bring many fangirls to his side.

  • Ascended Extra: Originally started out as just a singer who had no lines outside of singing. He got larger parts as the show went on.
  • Expy: He's an in-universe stand-in for Justin Bieber.


Voiced by:Felicia Day

Species: Angelfish

An angelfish who's the captain of the rivaling Saltwater High Debate Team. She can be introverted at times and is heavy into gaming.

  • Accidental Misnaming: When Oscar confronted her at prom over her video game obsession and avoiding him, he accidentally calls her Bea, resulting in them splitting.
  • Gamer Chick: She's obsessed with video games.
  • Punny Name: Of "Angel" and "Angela", but pronounced "Ayn-gel-a", like an angelfish.
  • Second Love: For Oscar in Season 2. They break up in "Fish Prom".

     Albert Glass

Voiced by:Atticus Shaffer

Species: Glass fish

A glass fish who is one of the smartest in his class. He skipped several grades, making him the youngest of his class.

  • Butt-Monkey: Jocktopus often bullies him.
  • Child Prodigy: Implied. He skipped a few grades and he sounds really young compared to the other students on Freshwater High.
  • Grade Skipper: He skipped a few grades, which is why he goes to high school despite being (most likely) a kid.
  • Nice Guy: Albert is usually shown to be a pretty friendly guy.
  • Vocal Evolution: His voice has gotten deeper near the end of the series due to his voice actor experiencing puberty.

     Jumbo Shrimp

Voiced by: Steven Christopher Parker

Species: Shrimp

A giant shrimp who's a pretty big nerd. He's done many science experiments and is very good at robotics and computers.

  • Cloudcuckoolander: Less so than his intelligence would make you think, but he's still an oddball.

     Steve Jackson

Voiced by:Greg Cipes

Species: Red salmon

The most popular boy at Freshwater High School.

  • The Ace: He has been shown respect by everyone.
  • Big Man on Campus: He is very popular, but mostly comes off as a pretty amiable and easy-going guy.
  • Chick Magnet: Many girls, including Bea, find him really attractive.
  • Nice Guy: Despite his popularity, Steve is usually friendly to the other students.

     Mr. Baldwin

Voiced by:Dana Snyder

A pregnant seahorse that teaches at Freshwater High. He's had trouble with his social life since 1986, at least until Milo, Oscar, and Bea came along...

     Ms. Lulu Lips

Voiced by: Jennifer Coolidge

A squid who's the school guidance counselor that has some issues of her own. She can be quite absent-minded at times. She has a catfish named Attila that she adores very much.

     Coach Salmons 

Voiced by: Richard Simmons

Species: Salmon

The P.E. teacher who encourages having a healthy lifestyle.

     Snake and Mouse 

Voiced by: Vanessa Marshall (Mouse), Kari Wahlgren (Snake)

A pair consisting of a mouse and a snake living together on a terrarium in front of the fish tanks. They usually watch what's happening in them.

  • Credits Gag: Their commentary usually serves as one, though sometimes it can be unrelated to the episodes plot, or none at all for a handful of episodes.
    • A special one happens at the end of "Pool Party Panic", in which they turn into humans, then pigs and then vegetables before they turn back into their animal selves.
  • Odd Friendship: Well, duh. Snakes eat mice.
  • Those Two Girls: Always seen together.


Voiced by: Dana Snyder

The owner of the pet shop the series takes place in. He usually has some antics of his own at the start of the program.

  • Non-Standard Character Design: He's photorealistic like the rest of the world, instead of cartoony like the characters.
  • Once an Episode: He appears at the beginning of each episode, doing something either related or unrelated to the episode. If he appears anymore afterwards depends.
  • Red Baron: He's called "The Big Blue" by Hokey Poke's chief. And seeing what happened between them as shown in "Peopleing", he has a VERY good reason to call him like that.
  • The Dreaded: To Chief.
  • I Ate WHAT?!: While he doesn't seem to realize it, he ate Bea and Milo's apple experiment in "Fuddy Duddy Study Buddy" once it fell into a trashcan.

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Fish Hooks

For other uses, see fish hook.

Fish Hooks is an American animated television series created by Noah Z. Jones that originally aired on Disney Channel from September 3, 2010, to April 4, 2014. The series ran for three seasons with a total of 59 episodes.


The series revolves around a fun-personified fish named Milo, his nervous brother Oscar, and their "overly dramatic" best friend Bea Goldfishberg, with whom Oscar is infatuated. They attend a school known as Fresh Water High, submerged in an aquarium in a pet store named Buds Pets. The series chronicles their daily lives as they deal with typical teen problems, such as romance and homework, as well as havoc conjured with other animals in the pet store.


Main article: List of Fish Hooks episodes



  • Milo (voiced by Kyle Massey) is an adventurous Siamese fighting fish who is a self-proclaimed "party guy". He attempts to have fun in any situation and is very loud and often dangerous. He is best friends with Bea and his older brother Oscar. In "Fail Fish", Milo is shown to have an attention disability and only learns by absorbing knowledge in near-death situations.
  • Oscar (voiced by Justin Roiland) is a nervous, socially awkward catfish with an afro and Milo's older brother. He is an avid video game player and regularly serves as the voice of reason and justice between the main cast. He is often very stressed throughout the series, mostly because of Milo's misadventures and wild behavior. Oscar has been secretly in love with Bea until mid-Season 2, where he gets a crush on angelfish named Angela, a gamer girl on a rival debate team, who becomes his girlfriend for the remainder of the season. He is shown as a neat-freak, as well as despite being brothers with Milo, they are the opposite of each other (along with being an entirely different species). For the first season of the series, a clam named Clamantha was Oscar's stalker and regularly followed him in secret, roughly until he met Angela. After Angela spends nearly all of prom playing video games, Oscar accidentally calls her Bea, as well as then subsequently they break up. Afterward, Oscar goes back to loving Bea, with Bea harboring feelings for him as well leading in the two becoming a couple in the series finale.
  • Bea Goldfishberg (voiced by Chelsea Kane) is a goldfish who is very "overly dramatic", as well as dreams to be an actress in the future. For most of the series, her friend Oscar had a huge crush on her, to which she was completely oblivious. She is extremely self-centered and tends to boast about her acting abilities and various talents, but she is nice at heart. She has great interests in drama and theatre and constantly enrolls in various school plays. She has a stoic, regularly monotonic best friend named Shellsea, who usually has to snap Bea out of her dramatic tantrums or provide solutions to her problems. At the end of the series, Bea finally gets in a relationship with Oscar.


  • Shellsea (voiced by Kari Wahlgren) is a jewelfish who is Bea's best friend. She loves fashion and is concerned about looking good. She is usually negative and pessimistic and talks in a famous "valley girl" voice. She supports Bea and is also good friends with Finberley, Koi, and Esmargot though she regularly and constantly talks behind Oscar's back. Like most of the other female cast, she has a huge crush on Steve Jackson.
  • Clamantha (voiced by Alex Hirsch) is a clam, who is also the head cheerleader of the Freshwater High Cheerleading Squad. She is very optimistic about everything. She enjoys spending time with her friends and memorizing cheerleading choreography. She is obsessed with Oscar, and has a shrine dedicated to him in her locker. She is also very childlike as shown by the fact that her door is covered in unicorns and rainbows, while her room is full of dolls. She has her own pink car that she drives, despite her not having any hands.
  • Albert Glass (voiced by Atticus Shaffer) is a nerdy glass fish who is very intelligent and diligent. He is abnormally pale and, as a result of being transparent, his brain can be seen through his head. He is best friends with Jumbo Shrimp and is good friends with Milo, Oscar and Bea. Albert is very shy and quiet and he and Jumbo are the main targets of bullying from Jocktopus and his gang. He is shown to play the trumpet. He starts dating Esmargot in "Chicks Dig Vampires". In the season 3 episode "Glass Man Standing", Albert's voice gets lower (voiced by Patrick Warburton) and he grows a mustache.
  • Jumbo Shrimp (voiced by Steven Christopher Parker) is an awkward shrimp who is best friends with Albert Glass. Jumbo is a science nerd and loves figuring out and solving problems, finding and correcting errors in textbooks, as well as researching various topics in his spare time. Like Albert, Jumbo is an easy target for bullies. Along with Albert, he occasionally plays the tuba. After his robot date for prom leaves him, Angela and he begin dating.
  • Finberley (voiced by Kimberly Mooney) is a small, energetic, kind fish who is one of Bea's friends. Finberley is often seen with Esmargot and has a notable crush on Steve Jackson, more so than the rest of the cast. A running gag on the show is that she is injured on a regular basis and recovers in the next scene. She also appears to have a notable crush on Milo.
  • Esmargot (voiced by Rachel Dratch) is a strange slimy sea slug. Esmargot appears to be constantly sick with a stuffed nose, as well as she leaves a trail of slime behind wherever she goes. Esmargot is one of Bea's friends, and like the other girls has a crush on Steve Jackson. She plays the saxophone at school. She starts dating Albert Glass in "Chicks Dig Vampires".
  • Koi (voiced by Rachel Dratch) is a koi fish. She is the second biggest fish in Freshwater High, the first being Jocktopus. Even though she’s really sweet, she can get mad easily. She doesn’t talk, instead making grunting noises.
  • Jocktopus (voiced by John DiMaggio) is an octopus who bullies those smaller than him and refers to himself in third person. He is part of the football team. People usually avoid him, due to him being strong and aggressive.
  • Piranhica (voiced by Laura Ortiz) is a piranha. She is Jocktopus’ girlfriend, as well as a bully. She is intimidating and loves provoking others. She hates nerds like Albert and Jumbo, and doesn’t like people that are annoying.
  • Steve Jackson (voiced by Greg Cipes) is a fish who most girls at Freshwater High have a crush on. He has wavy blonde hair, which is where he puts his hair gel. He is the most popular kid in school, which causes all boys to wonder what makes him so perfect.
  • Mr. Baldwin (voiced by Dana Snyder) is Milo, Oscar and Bea's homeroom teacher, a seahorse, at Freshwater High. Baldwin despises Milo and seems to hate his job. He is always bored, unenthusiastic and lazy and is constantly trying to find a way to quit his job as a teacher. He is pregnant for the majority of the series until "Labor of Love" where he gives birth to 100-200 baby seahorses.
  • Principal Stickler (voice by Jerry Stiller (Season 1), Jeff Bennett (Season 2)) is Freshwater High's principal. Principal Stickler is a sea urchin who shouts orders to his assistant, Nurse Fishington. He is very strict and careful about sanitation and is an obsessive clean-freak similar to Oscar - which leads to overreactions which quickly get out-of-hand. In "Principal Bea", Stickler gives the position of principal to Fishington, as well as pilots a robotic walker, apparently leaving the pet shop for good. However, he returns afterward in "Get a Yob!"
  • Randall "Randy" Pincherson (voiced by Josh Sussman) is a fiddler crab. Randy comes from a rich family and is extremely spoiled and is able to afford practically anything so he has anything he wants. He loves provoking, blackmailing, gossiping and threatening students for varying reasons. He is very sarcastic, lazy, but ultimately tragic. Early on he is a bully to Milo, although he devolves to more of a pest as the series progresses. Randy has a one-sided crush on Bea, which becomes one of his main concerns after Oscar starts dating Angela.
  • Pass, Punt and Fumble (voiced by Dave Wittenberg, Roger Craig Smith and Alex Hirsch, respectively) are a lake trout, gar and grouper trio of football players who are Jocktopus' friends and assist him with his bullying. Punt is the tallest and apparent leader of the trio, Pass is the shortest and most intelligent and Fumble is the least intelligent. Although it seems Jocktopus just uses them for that sole purpose, they are still loyal to him almost all of the time.


In 2009, Disney Channels Worldwide's President of Entertainment Gary Marsh said of the show, "The Fish Hooks team has created one of the most original, inventive animated series on television – bringing an ingenious twist to the classic archetypes of high school life." The series is produced using a mix of 2D digital animation and photo collages.[1] The series is created and co-executive produced by children's book illustratorNoah Z. Jones and developed for television by Alex Hirsch and Bill Reiss.[2] Main and recurring cast were announced in a Disney Channel press release on August 26, 2010.


The series airs worldwide on Disney Channel. An 11-minute preview was shown on September 3, 2010, following the Disney Channel Original Movie, Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam. It also premiered on ABC Family on January 15, 2011, at 7/6c. The show premiered in the United States on Disney Channel on September 24, 2010 and on Disney XD on January 14, 2011.

The show previewed in Canada on September 3, 2010 and premiered on September 25, 2010.[3] In the United Kingdom and Ireland, it premiered on November 6, 2010.[4] It previewed in Australia and New Zealand on October 2, 2010 and premiered on November 23, 2010.[5] In Southeast Asia, the show premiered on April 1, 2011.[6] It previewed on January 15, 2011 and premiered on February 13, 2015 in South Africa.[7]

The entire series was released on Disney+ on April 3, 2020.[8]


In The Encyclopedia of American Animated Television Shows, David Perlmutter writes, "While this program started out well, given the veteran talent involved, it quickly faltered, becoming so obsessed with plotting the minutiae of its own self-created fishbowl universe that it abruptly lost its creative touch." He criticizes the voice acting as "incredibly shrill; loud; and, above all, hammy," and says that the show "was a shotgun wedding between the typically hyperspace-paced narrative approaches of Cartoon Network... and the more measured and balanced style typical of Disney."[9]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Nominee Result Refs
2011 Environmental Media AwardsChildren's Television "Legend of the Earth Troll" Nominated [10]
2011 BAFTA Awards – International Favorite TV Show Fish HooksWon [11]
2012 Annie AwardsWriting in a Television Production Blake Lemons
William Reiss
C. H. Greenblatt
Derek Evanick
Diana Lafyatis
(for "Fish School Musical")
2012 Kids' Choice Awards ArgentinaBest Animated Series Fish HookNominated


  1. ^Kline, Ashley (October 30, 2009). "Production Has Begun On "Fish Hooks," A New Animated Comedy Series To Premiere On Disney Channel" (Press release). The Walt Disney Company. Archived from the original(.DOC) on January 13, 2010. Retrieved August 30, 2010.
  2. ^Andreeva, Nellie (October 29, 2009). "Disney Channel hooked on fish". The Hollywood Reporter. Archived from the original on November 3, 2009. Retrieved November 28, 2009.
  3. ^"Not Available -". Archived from the original on May 20, 2013. Retrieved May 27, 2013.
  4. ^"Disney Channel | The Official TV Shows Portal". Disney TV UK.
  5. ^"Disney Australia".
  6. ^"Disney Channel Asia :: Fish Hooks". Archived from the original on March 14, 2014. Retrieved January 18, 2014.
  7. ^"Fish Hooks | Disney Channel | Home".
  8. ^"Watch Fish Hooks | Disney+".
  9. ^Perlmutter, David (2018). The Encyclopedia of American Animated Television Shows. Rowman & Littlefield. pp. 206–207. ISBN .
  10. ^"21st Annual Awards". Archived from the original on October 23, 2011. Retrieved January 1, 2012.
  11. ^"2011 British Academy Children's Awards Winners - Children's - Awards - The BAFTA site". Archived from the original on September 11, 2012. Retrieved January 1, 2012.

External links[edit]

Fish Hooks - Behind the Scenes: Voice Actors



Bea Goldfishberg




Milo the Fish

Oscar the Fish



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How to Draw Oscar and Bea from Disney’s Fish Hooks with Easy Step by Step Drawing Tutorial

How to Draw Oscar and Bea from Disney’s Fish Hooks with Easy Step by Step Drawing Tutorial

Today we will show you how to draw Oscar and Bea from Disney's Fish Hooks. Learn how to draw these character with the following simple step to step tutorial.

How to Draw Bea

How to Draw Bea

This tutorial will be on "how to draw Bea", step by step. Bea is the close friend to brothers Milo and Oscar, and she is also a goldfish that carries the label “drama queen”.

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How to Draw Clamantha from Fish Hooks with Easy Step by Step Drawing Tutorial

How to Draw Clamantha from Fish Hooks with Easy Step by Step Drawing Tutorial

Today we will show you how to draw Clamantha from Fish Hooks. Learn how to draw Clamantha with the following simple step to step tutorial.

How to Draw Clamantha

How to Draw Clamantha

Clamantha will do almost anything just for one moment with Oscar, and to me that takes a lot of nerve. Nervy people or clams are usually the ones that are the funniest. I guess that’s all I have to say about this Fish Hooks character, but I will leave you with this tutorial on "how to draw Clamantha", step by step.

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How to Draw Finberley from Disney’s Fish Hooks with Easy Step by Step Drawing Tutorial

How to Draw Finberley from Disney’s Fish Hooks with Easy Step by Step Drawing Tutorial

Today we will show you how to draw Finberley from Disney’s Fish Hooks. Learn how to draw this character with the following simple step to step tutorial.

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How to Draw Jocktopus

How to Draw Jocktopus

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Characters fish hooks

Western Animation / Fish Hooks
One, two, three, four!
Who's that knockin' at my door?
Five, six, seven, eight!
Hurry up and don't be late!
Nine, ten, eleven, twelve!
Got a secret I can't tell!
Flap your fins, flip your tail!
School's out, ring the bell!

Opening Theme

Fish Hooks was an animated series on Disney Channel, created by Noah Z. Jones (whose other claim to fame is Almost Naked Animals) and produced by Alex Hirsch (whose other claim to fame is Gravity Falls, also on Disney Channel). The show deals with three fish: Milo, the eccentric party guy; his nervous brother Oscar, and their "overly dramatic" female friend Bea, as they attend high school—namely Freshwater High—in an aquarium at a pet store named Bud's Pets. The series chronicles their daily lives as they deal with various things, such as friendships, dating, and sports, as well as typical t(w)een issues such as giant lobster attacks and field trips to the hamster cages.

It started in 2010, and, after four years and three seasons, the series closed out on April 4th, 2014.

Fish Hooks provides examples of:

  • Abhorrent Admirer: Clamantha to Oscar, Randy to Bea.
  • A Day In The Lime Light:
    • "Chicks Dig Vampires" and "Glass Man Standing" focuses on Albert's relationship with Esmargot.
    • "Jocktopizza" is told in Jocktopus's point of view, with barely any involvement from the main cast until the end.
  • Advertised Extra: Piranhica, despite even appearing in promotional artwork, has had a grand total of seven lines through out season 1. One of them being a part of background noise.
  • All Just a Dream: "Pool Party Panic". The second and third act surrounds around Milo trying to wake up, or at least prove to his friends that everything is a dream and that they're all fishes in real life.
  • Alpha Bitch: Pirahnica, Jocktopus's girlfriend.
    • Clamanda, Clamantha's rival from the episode "We've Got Fish Spirit".
    • Lovable Alpha Bitch: Shellsea, who is good friends with Milo, Bea, and Oscar.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: Oscar. He's really smart, can't understand, or act, in some social interactions, and in one episode, he can't seem to understand jokes, or visual gags, so Milo has to teach to fake how to laugh.
  • All There in the Manual: Milo and Oscar's last name is "Fishtooth", according to sources.
  • Ambiguously Jewish: Bea Goldfishberg. There's also Oscar's Jewfro.
    • Bea is a more explicit example since she has parents who sport Jewfros.
  • And You Were There: Oscar hits his head and wakes up in a fantasy kingdom populated by fish that look like people he knows. He thinks it's all a dream, but Milo and Bea find him and tell him he was just moved to another fish tank. Turns out a lot of fish look alike.
  • Anguished Declaration of Love: While Bea is giving her valedictorian speech, she realizes that she actually does love Oscar, and announces it to the whole school.
  • Animals Not to Scale: Keep in mind these guys are normal-sized fish that live in a pet store aquarium... and yet it seems like they have a whole town inside it.
  • Another Dimension: The main trio go through two of these as they chase a walking fish tank in "Pool Party Panic". They also change as they go through them into:
    • Anthropomorphic Food: in the penultimate dimension before arriving at the titular pool party.
    • Bouncing Battler: in the final dimension before the pool party. Only Milo is shown to use this method though.
  • Anti-Humor: Despite the show having punny character names such as "Clamantha" and "Jocktopus," any reference to the fish-world equivalent of a real-world locale simply has the word "Fish" attached to it rather than a fish-related pun, such as "Fish Broadway" or "Fish Austin, Texas."
    • An extreme use of this is "Fish Ancient Greece". Not "Ancient Fish Greece".
    • Semi-justified as there are other species around the pet shop, a point brought up in "Hooray for Hamsterwood".
  • Art Evolution: Animation becomes much more fluid as the series progresses. Notice in later seasons the characters' eyes have gotten bigger and they emote more expressively.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever:
  • Babysitting Episode: "Assignment: Babies" revolves around the trio taking care of Mr. Baldwin's children.
  • Berserk Button: If you happen to be a Jerkass, don't even touch Bea. Oscar will be very pissed.
  • Bigfoot Sasquatchand Yeti: The Yeti Lobster.
  • Big Beautiful Woman: Shellsea's human version in Party Pool Panic.
  • The Bully: Jocktopus ruthlessly torments the other students at Freshwater High.
  • Butt-Monkey: Oscar, Albert Glass, Finberly, and Mr. Baldwin.
  • Casanova Wannabe: Randy Pincherson, though he only targets Bea.
  • Catchphrase: "Details, details, doodley doo!"
    • "HOT DOG!!"
  • Cats Are Mean: The orange cat in the pet shop.
  • Chekhov's Gun: In "Dollars and Fish", Milo gets a loan from Randy Pincherson and spends it on a diamond-encrusted motorcycle. After getting his pay from a job, he realizes that his job alone won't get him the money he needs sooner when Milo's boss points out said motorcycle.
  • Christmas Episode: "Merry Fishmas, Milo".
  • Continuity Nod:
    • In "Fail Fish", Kevin brings up two events that happened in "Doggonit!" and "Fish Out of Water".
    • During "Riding in Cars with Fish", Oscar comes across a wanted poster of Milo, which referenced events that went down in "Pamela Hamster Returns".
  • Couch Gag: Each episode opens with an exterior shot of the pet shop with a sign that says "Bud's Pets And [Insert Plot Relevant Service or Product Here]".
  • Cowboy Episode: Cattlefish, Ho!.
  • Creator Cameo: Bud, the photorealistic pet shop owner, is modeled after storyboard artist Sherm Cohen.
    • The toy "Tickle-Me Carl" is also based off of C.H. Greenblatt, one of the directors/writers/storyboard artists of the show.
    • Noah Z. Jones plays Bea's father, and Maxwell Atoms plays Razor and Bo Gregory.
  • Credits Gag: The Snake and Mouse's commentary.
  • Crush Filter: Oscar sees Bea this way.
  • The Cuckoolander Was Right: In "Just One Of The Fish", Oscar and everyone else know the new student "Hank" is Bea in disguise, but Milo thinks it's actually a boy. It turns out he was right - Hank is an actual student who looks like Bea dead on.
  • Cute Little Fangs: The Snake.
    • She still has them as a human at the end of Pool Party Panic, though It's not that notable
  • Description Cut: One in the first episode.

    Oscar: Uh oh, she's losing it again, Milo.

    Milo: Is she bro, is she?

    Oscar: Yes!

  • Disguised in Drag: Milo and Oscar dress as girls to get into Bea's all-girl slumber party. No one was fooled. Except Clamantha.
  • Distaff Counterpart: Shiloh to Milo.
  • Distant Duet:
    • One occurs between Oscar and Milo in "Dances With Wolf Fish".
    • Another between Oscar and Clamantha in "Two Clams In Love".
  • Does This Remind You of Anything?: Milo and Bea's reaction to Oscar's blogging, and in the same episode, Oscar's attempt at flushing himself down a toilet.

    Bea: Listen to me, whatever is troubling you, you'll make it through.

  • Don't Explain the Joke: "I'm a claaaam!"
  • Drugs Are Bad: "Big Fish" can be viewed as a "don't do steroids" episode.
  • Dub Name Change: Justified, as most of the fishes have punny names. The Latin American Spanish dub of "Pool Party Panic" even has the characters using the "normal" version of names. (Ex. Shellsea —> Ostrencia —> Hortencia; Clamantha —> Almejandra —> Alejandra, etc.)
  • Dumb Muscle: Jocktopus. In "Happy Birthfish, Jocktopus" he doesn't even know what money is.
  • Everyone Can See It: Near the beginning of "Pool Party Panic", human!Milo mentions how obvious Oscar's crush on Bea was in his dream. Human!Bea calls her fish self stupid as human!Oscar is beside her, distressed.
  • Family-Unfriendly Violence: For a show on the Disney Channel, this show uses an incredible amount of violence, ranging from characters being eaten onscreen to a scene where Clamantha is thrown out the windowby Jocktopuswhere a car runs her over, to a scene at the end of "Dropsy!" where a sick fish's face peels off and the muscle can be seen in detail.
  • Fat and Skinny:
  • Faux Horrific: "WE'RE OUT OF SHARPENED PENCILS!!!" from "Bea Becomes an Adult Fish".
  • Feather Fingers: The entire cast. Oddly, they change from normal fins to "hand" fins when needed.
    • Tailfin Walking: The entire cast, again. Oddly, their tailfins are designed nothing like those of real fish or legs and feet.
  • Feud Episode: Fish Talent Show. An incident involving Clamantha's face and Shellsea's foot causes causes them to fight. At one point, the whole school gets involved.
  • I Have This Friend...: Subverted in the episode of the same name. When Shellsea uses the trope name and describes her friend like she would describe herself, her friends assume she's talking about herself when she's really talking about her Spear Counterpart friend.
  • Interspecies Romance:
    • The brief romance between Pamela Hamster, a hamster, and Milo, a fish.
    • The one-sided romance between Clamantha and Oscar counts, since clams technically aren't fish.
    • Also the one-sided romance between Randy, a crab, and Bea, a fish.
    • Mr. Baldwin, the pregnant seahorse teacher mentioned previously, is revealed to have a "mega crush" on Ms. Lips, a squid. For a long time, he is too scared to approach her until his secret gets out. Later, they started dating officially.
    • Albert Glass, a glass fish, and Esmargot, a snail, are dating.
    • Koi (don't need to say anything here) starts a relationship with another boy in school, who is of a different species of fish.
    • Finberly had a failed phone-romance with a ferret named Cody, and is distressed about being dumped for several episodes.
    • Piranhica, an piranha, and Jocktopus, an octopus. Several episodes revolve around them having relationship issues .
  • It Is Pronounced "Tro-PAY":
    • Everyone except Oscar keeps pronouncing Angela's name wrong, despite her correcting them every time. It's pronounced "Angel-ah".
    • In "Milo in a Cup", Milo repeatedly pronounces "amulet" as "amula".
  • Ironic Echo: In "Principal Bea".

    Bea: That's it! How is this school supposed to function without some form of authority? If I don't get the perfect education, I won't go the perfect college, and I won't meet the perfect guy, and I won't have the perfect life AND NO ONE IS GOING TO BE HAPPY IF THAT HAPPENS!

    Fishington: If you were to step down as principal, my secret would be exposed. This school would be in chaos! And no one is going to be happy if that happens.

  • Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: At the end of "Fish School Musical", after showing some Hidden Depths, Jocktopus goes right back to bullying.
  • Karma Houdini: Randy Pincherson in the Christmas Episode. He admits out loud that he was only doing the job for money, he treated kids like crap all day, and he even tried to quit before his job was done. Unfortunately, when Bea snapped and tried to get the Santa costume off of him, she got fired after Randy made it seem like it was her fault. He never gets his comeuppance.
  • Kissing Discretion Shot: Oscar and Bea's kiss at the end of "The Big Woo".
  • Large Ham:
    • Bea
    • George Takei's bird
    • Jocktopus
    • Mr. Mussels. He is a drama teacher, after all.
  • "Last Day of School" Plot: The final episode revolves around the trio's last week at Freshwater High before their graduation ceremony.
  • Last Episode Theme Reprise: The graduation ceremony in the series finale is followed by the whole cast singing the theme song.
  • Last-Minute Hookup: Oscar and Bea become a couple during their graduation.
  • Line-of-Sight Alias: How Oscar came up with a name for his fake girlfriend Doris Flores Gorgeous, by altering the words "door" and "floor" and adding an adjective that was also an attractive character trait.
  • Meaningful Name:
    • An oscar is a popular species of aquarium fish.
    • Bo Gregory is a pun on the Beaugregory fish
  • Medium Blending: Most of the fish are drawn in regular cartoon-y style, but their setting and anything outside the tanks are portrayed in a photorealistic style.
  • Milestone Celebration: With "Camp Camp", the series officially reaches 100 episodes.
  • Mirror Character: When the gang finds out that Clamantha has a Stalker Shrine of Oscar, he isn't as creeped out as his friends because Oscar has a similar shrine of Bea in his locker.
  • Mister Seahorse: A literal example with one of their teachers, Mr. Baldwin. Lampshaded, even. And he apparently has the Longest Pregnancy Ever, which got a brief lampshade during "Koi Story". The births happen in "Labor of Love".
  • Mixand Match Critters: The monster Oscar plays in "Hare and Back Again" has the head of a lion, the body of a spider and snakes for legs.
  • Mouse World: The characters are fish-sized and reside in an aquarium.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: In "Mascotastrophe", Milo reveals the fact that he and Oscar are both the school mascot. Because of this, the geckos use this to their advantage and kidnap Oscar so the fishes' basketball team would lose.
  • No Cartoon Fish: Inverted; the fish cast are cartoony, but the rest of the world is photorealistic.
  • Non-Mammalian Hair: A lot of fish have hair, like Oscar's afro or Clamantha's ponytail, but others either end up having their dorsal fins act like hair, like Milo and Shellsea, or none at all.
  • Non-Mammal Mammaries:
    • On many occasions, some fish have been shown to have nipples. A small number female characters have breasts.
    • In one episode, Oscar disguised himself as an adult woman and even included fake breasts in the mix.
  • Noodle Incident: A handful of them come up in "Fail Fish". How did a can of non-stick spray nearly kill Milo, Oscar, Bea, and apparently Albert Glass?
    • How did the gang end up in a tank full of jellyfish?
    • What happened while the gang decided to go for a swim in the pet shop's toilet?
    • What happened in 1986 that caused Mr. Baldwin to never laugh or go out on a Friday night ever again? And while we're at it, how did he get knocked up?
  • No Sympathy: In "Science Fair Detective Mystery" Oscar wins the science fair, but gets his ribbon taken away when his project is stolen even though he already won.
  • Not What It Looks Like: Subverted when Clamantha is caught making out with Oscar's laptop.
  • Official Couple:
    • Jocktopus and Piranhica
    • Milo and Pamela Hamster in "Hooray for Hamsterwood". They broke up sometime before "Bea Dates Milo", though.
    • Albert and Esmargot as of "Chicks Dig Vampires"
    • Mr. Baldwin and Ms. Lips as of "Fish Lips Sink Ships".
    • Oscar and Bea in the series finale.
  • Pac-Man Fever: Oscar's video games.
  • Parents for a Day: Mr. Baldwin's class is assigned his litter of children (two students to a baby) so he can get a week off.
  • Perky Goth: Oscar, when he was one.
  • Piranha Problem: Piranhica is the aggressive Alpha Bitch of the school.
  • Playing Sick: In "Dropsy!", Milo fakes a fish sickness called "dropsy" so he can be bestowed with a lot of things like Albert. It goes too far when the sickness wears off after a week, and still fakes sickness which causes him to be sent to a tank with dead fish.
  • Pop-Star Composer: Former Jellyfish frontman Andy Sturmer scores some of the episodes.
  • Punny Name: Quite a few. For example, Clamantha (guess what she is), Jocktopus, Finberley, Shellsea, Piranhica and several others, with possibly more to come.
  • Quarter Hour Short: Episodes are generally aired this way on their first airing, often to fill up the rest of the hour after a movie, though the series uses a Two Shorts format. Each segment also has its own unique credits sequence.
  • Real After All: Subverted In “Doris Flores Gorgeous”. The girlfriend Oscar makes up appears to exist, but it was just Clamantha in a costume. Unfortunately, Oscar never found out.
  • Recurring Extra: At the end credits, there is a snake and a mouse who usually give commentary on what's happened in the last episode (or the episode it was paired with, it depends on which one Disney Channel aired). The snake wants to join the fish in their tanks, while the mouse is all right with being in a small terrarium with the snake.
  • Reptiles Are Abhorrent: The geckos (normally aversions to this trope) are heartless jerkasses that enjoy seeing a fish suffocate without water. Only the snake is an exception to the general abhorrence.
  • Robotic Reveal: Nurse Fishington in "Principal Bea". Stickler made her so he wouldn't have to do his job.
  • Satellite Character/Satellite Love Interest: All of Angela's appearances revolve around her being Oscar's girlfriend. Her season 3 appearances revolve around her being Jumbo's girlfriend.
  • Santa Claus: Or in this show's case, Fish Santa Claus.
  • Series Continuity Error: Run, Oscar, Run, an episode that deals with the possibility of Oscar ruining his perfect attendance record, contradicts a major plot point in The Tale of Sir Oscar Fish, Oscar being tanks away during school.
  • "Shaggy Dog" Story: Bea is angered that Coach Salmons won't let her join the football team. She assumes it's for boys only; when she confesses to Coach Salmons about not letting her join, he reveals the real reason was because she wasn't wearing a helmet.
  • Ship Tease: Bea and Oscar have a lot of this:
    • During "Fish Floaters", when the boys and girls are against each other in a contest for who could make a better float, when Oscar is caught by the girls, Bea lets him hang out with them.
    • The ending of "Fish Prom", Bea and Oscar sharing a dance at the Hokey Poke after a night gone awry.
    • "Camp Camp," Oscar cheering Bea up after Bea realizes that Brandon Bubbler isn't interested in just her.
    • "The Big Woo," which is mostly about Oscar and Bea figuring out their feelings for each other. The last shot before the credits is of them kissing, but is blocked.
  • Shout-Out:
    • To Donkey Kong and Super Mario Bros.; one episode has Oscar liken himself to a plumber, Bea to a princess, and their dilemma to a gorilla in a tank top throwing barrels at them.
    • "Hooray for Hamsterwood" has Milo saying that Pamela Hamster is the finest hamster actress of their generation, immediately followed by Pamela (on the TV show) saying, "Science class is so random!"
    • During "Two Clams in Love", Oscar accidentally paints himself blue while trying to run away from Clamantha; the next shot we see depicts Clamantha chasing Oscar in a Pac-Man-like fashion. She even stops to eat a cherry.
    • "Pamela Hamster Returns" mentions Hamster School Musical and Hamsters of Hamsterly Place.
    • "Just One of The Fish" has Oscar making the "Oh, Crap!" face.
    • "Adventures in Fish Sitting" has Ms. Lips' cat escaping the house when Bea was asked to look after him. So she disguises Milo as the cat. Following are three Garfield references.

    Ms. Lips': Haha! You can talk now!

    Milo: Uhh, yeah. Hey, can you make me some lasagna?

    • Also, in one episode, there was a brief homage/reference to Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers.
    • One episode had Milo call Oscar "Sticker Star".
    • During the chase at the end of "Brothers of a Feather", the shot of Bird-Mom twisting into the narrow gap is framed exactly like the Millennium Falcon doing the same thing in The Empire Strikes Back.
    • In "Labor of Love", Mr. Baldwin sings a parody of "Come Sail Away", titled "Please Say You'll Stay".
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: Bea is shown to have green eyes in "Oscar is a Playa".
  • Slapstick Knows No Gender: During a gaming session in "Two Clams in Love", Oscar told Milo to hit the B button on his controller. Instead, he hit Bea.
    • There was a string of episodes where Clamantha fell victim to this.
    • Finberley, especially during the second season.
  • Somebody Doesn't Love Raymond: "Fishing for Compliments: The Albert Glass Story"
  • Special Edition Title: The theme song for "Pool Party Panic" is reanimated with the fish in human forms, and the title changed to "Friend Hooks".
  • Species Surname: Milo the Fish and Oscar the Fish.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Is it spelled "Piranhica" or "Pirahnica"? It's been spelled both ways on title cards.
  • Stalker with a Crush: Clamantha

    Clamantha: Love the new 'do, Oscar!

    Oscar: It's not a new 'do. Combs just stick to me and never let go.

    Clamantha: I'll be your comb...

  • Stealth Pun: The main hamster actress for Secret TeenWitch Hamster is played by a girl named Sabrina.
  • Stepford Smiler: Miss Lips is Type A. In a few occasions, we see her suddenly frowning or secretly bawling.
  • Suddenly Speaking:
    • After spending almost a season and a half silent, Nurse Fishington speaks for the first time in "Principal Bea" where she reveals she's a robot.
    • Jumbo, who was originally silent in his debut, speaks for the first time in "Milo Gets a Ninja".
    • Brandon Bubbler speaks for the first time outside of singing in "The Brandon Bubble".
  • Take That!: The Hamster Channel can be seen as a parody of the kidcoms ofDisney Channel. Right down to the laugh track.
  • Temporary Love Interest: Played Up to Eleven with Bea's boyfriends in "Doris Flores Gorgeous". She wasn't replacing her boyfriends rapidly because she's promiscuous, but rather because she thinks that's what high school girls are supposed to do.
  • There Are No Adults: Milo and Oscar were explicitly said to have had no parents in Season 3, but an "Aunt Ida" is mentioned during Season 1. Only a handful of the cast have had at least one adult relative shown.
  • Third-Option Love Interest: Angela, to Oscar.
  • Those Two Guys:
    • Albert Glass and Jumbo Shrimp, also Milo and Oscar from the show's perspective.
    • Shelsea and Clamantha are a gender-inverted version.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Milo sure does love his apples.
  • Trailers Always Spoil:
    • A promo for the special episode, "We've Got Fish Spirit", already spoils a good chunk of the episode: Bea being able to compete in the cheer off.
    • The promos for "Just One of The Fish" implied that Bea would end up competing on the football team and that she was a completely different person from a student that had a strong resemblance to her.
    • The promos for "Principal Bea" spoiled Nurse Fishington's Robotic Reveal.
    • "Fish Prom" promos didn't explicitly show it, but viewers could easily tell that Angela and Oscar get in a fight and Bea ends up dancing with Oscar.
    • Before the last act of "Labor of Love", Disney showed a promo for the next episode about Baldwin having his class take care of his newborn babies, and that was before Mr. Baldwin gave birth to them. So much for continuity.
  • Verbal Tic: Shellsea


  • Walk Into Camera Obstruction: In the theme song, Milo swims past the screen at the end of the first verse.
  • Wham Episode: "Principal Bea" reveals Nurse Fishington is a robot built by a Stickler so he wouldn't have to do his job. In the end, she becomes the new principal and Stickler leaves to find his own fun.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Bea and Oscar to Milo in the middle of "Dollars and Fish".
  • Widget Series: You'd be surprised how amazingly weird this series actually is.
  • Worthless Yellow Rocks: Jocktopus is given money on his birthday and thinks it's just worthless paper. His girlfriend Piranhica knows what money is, but intentionally keeps him in the dark so she can keep it for herself.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Jocktopus.
    • He actually tosses Clamantha out a window (and onto a car) during "Fish Floaters".
    • And was about to beat up Bea in one episode until Oscar stopped him.
  • Yandere: In the episode "Fishing for Compliments: The Albert Glass Story", Bea becomes obsessed with Albert Glass because he doesn't like him.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Milo's fins look like it.
    • He actually has blue hair as a human in "Pool Party Panic".
  • You Mean X Mas: Fishmas, of course.

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