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Sunday, April 24, 2011

1376-1377 Little Rhino and Little Turtle

1374-1375 Little Hipo and Little Red Bird

1373. Little Zebra

1372. Momousa

Momousa (ももうさ) (Seiyū: Yukari Tamura) - (Peach Bunny but could also mean Pink) Momousa and her twin Hanausa specialize in planting and taking care of flowers. She befriends Sophia as well as her friends, but she seems to live with one of Sophia's friends, along with the other three girls once they are found out. She has a crush on Kurousa.


1370. Lisa Loaf

Lactum Mascot

Saturday, April 23, 2011

1369. Lactum Milk

Glass of Milk - Lactum Mascot





1363-1364. Crash and Eddie

Crash and Eddie were two twin brother opossums and new protagonists in the second film. Adopted brothers of Ellie the mammoth, they cared for her and taught her to hang by her tail from a tree branch when she slept, as they did.
They first made their presence known to the opening characters by means of shooting pebbles(or possibly spitballs) through reeds at Sid and Diego, then baiting them so as to humiliate them, but Diego began chasing them, leading both Sid and Diego to Ellie. After much persuasion, Ellie and her brothers joined Manny, Sid, and Diego, though Crash and Eddie spared almost no opportunity in bothering Diego.
As they traveled with Manny and his friends, Ellie grew closer to Manny, putting both Crash and Eddie somewhat closer to Manny and his friends, but creating a short grudge when Manny tried "hitting on" Ellie. In time, however, they saw behind the petty grudges and worked together with Manny, Sid, and Diego to escape the flood, but left with Ellie when she left Manny and his friends to cross the minefield, as she claimed that it was suicide to cross it. Crash and Eddie joined Ellie in trying to escape the flood, but soon ran into trouble when they were trapped in a cave.




Sunday, April 17, 2011

1358. Chunky Fisher Price Dog (1990)

Fisher-Price introduced Chunky Little People in 1991 in response to a safety issue over the Original Little People. If the Original Little People figures were taken apart, the smaller pieces could be swallowed by little children. Rare as the case was....especially considering the Little People line began in 1959 and lasted until 1990...Fisher-Price changed the design of the Little People into what we now know as Chunkies.
The first chunky sets were basically carry-overs from the Original Little People sets, such as the Garage and the Barn. The difference was that the sets seemed very clumsy with their exaggerated features and accessories. Nevertheless, Fisher-Price pressed on and continued to manufacture the Chunky sets until 1996. Click here for a list of all known Chunky Little People sets made in order by model number.
The Chunks, unlike the original Little People figures, were always made of either a hard plastic or a softer, flexible PVC material. The hard plastic figures are more common; in our Chunky People ID Lists (below) we tell you the material type for each individual figure, but if you truly want to become an LPE (that's a Little People Expert), then you should commit the following details to memory:
a) The hard plastic figures are made as two separate pieces (head and body), and can be easily identified by the captured peg or plastic "tenon shaft" that is visible from the underside of the figure, inside the body cavity. This is very similar to the design style of the original Little People figures. These hard-plastic material figures have their color cast as part of the material itself (the color goes through and through the plastic).
b) The softer PVC material characters are made as one unit; the entire body and head section are cast as one piece and are not (nor ever were) separable. You can easily identify these figures by the lack of a shaft inside the body cavity; instead, all you see is a small round hole that extends into the head of the figure. PVC people have their colors applied to the outside of the material, and because of this process, tend to be much more colorful and detailed in appearance (such as the Hamburglar, etc.).
Finally, be aware that although most Chunky figures that represent Causasian people are flesh or peach-colored, it is not unusual to find....just like in the original Little People line....some figures who lack the standard skin coloration and are "ghost-like" in tone. Click here for an example.
In 1997, Fisher-Price made a startling change as they replaced the Chunky figures for squeezable plastic figures with arms. Will the changes continue? Only time will tell.

1357. Turtwig

Turtwig (Japanese: ナエトル Naetle) is a Grass-type Pokémon.
It evolves into Grotle starting at level 18, who evolves into Torterra starting at level 32.
Along with Chimchar and Piplup, it is one of the three starter Pokémon the player can choose at the beginning of Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum.

Turtwig's appearance is characteristic of a turtle or tortoise, and it is primarily light green in coloration. Its prominent, yellow-colored jawbone may denote a relationship to the snapping turtle. Its green and yellow body is covered by a shell. A small seedling grows on a brown-colored patch on its head, similar to the plant bulb on Bulbasaur's back and the leaf on Chikorita's head, the plant part revealing its Grass-type nature. The brown shell on its back has a thick black stripe and rim, and is apparently made of earth. The shell should feel moist on a healthy Turtwig. Turtwig’s eyes are yellow, as are its feet, and Turtwig’s tail is small.

Turtwig can utilize the sun in order to use moves like Synthesis and SolarBeam. Its rock hard shell provides great defense but reduces its speed. Turtwig receives a huge power boost to its Grass-type moves when it is weary from battle. Turtwig are also capable of many other Grass-type moves such as Razor Leaf and Giga Drain.

1356. Option One Mortgage Corporation Mascot

As of April 30, 2008, Option One Mortgage Corporation was acquired by American Home Mortgage Servicing, Inc.. Option One Mortgage Corporation originates and acquires nonprime residential mortgage products through a national network of brokers and lenders. The company also originates, services, and sells residential mortgage loans. It provides information on historical performance, including delinquency, loss, and prepayments. Option One Mortgage Corporation reaches homebuyers through its wholesale, national accounts, correspondents, and offices. The company was founded in 1992 and is headquartered in Irvine, California. It also has offices in Jacksonville, Florida and Irvine, California.

1355. Wubbzy

Wubbzy (voiced by Grey DeLisle) - Wubbzy is the 6-year-old feline and gerbil-like protagonist of the series. He has a long bendy tail which has many uses. He can hang from trees with it and coil it into a spring to bounce on. He lives in the city of Wuzzleburg. His favorite sport is kickity kick ball, and he often greets people with the phrase "Wow Wow, everyone!". He sometimes gets into trouble and has to rely on his friends to rescue him. He loves playing outside and playing with his best friends, Widget, Walden, and Daizy. Wubbzy first appeared at "A Tale of Tails".

Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! is an American animated television series created by Bob Boyle. The series is animated in Adobe Flash software,[1] produced by Bolder Media, (a joint-venture between Frederator Studios and Mixed Media Group) and Starz Media. Phil Roman, Bob Boyle, Susan Miller and Fred Seibert are the executive producers, and the technical director is David Sandford. The pop rock music is performed by Brad Mossman, and the musical score is composed and conducted by Mike Reagan. The animation is produced by Film Roman.
The series premiered on August 28, 2006 in the United States on Nick Jr. The second season debuted September 2, 2008 on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. in the United States. According to an e-mail from Frederator's Eric Homan, production of a third season is dependent on raising enough money to produce the show.

1354. Hello Kitty

Hello Kitty (ハローキティ Harō Kiti?) (full name Kitty White) is a fictional character produced by the Japanese company Sanrio, first designed by Yuko Shimizu. The character is a staple of the kawaii segment of Japanese popular culture. The character is portrayed as a female white Japanese bobtail cat with a red bow. The character's first appearance on an item, a vinyl coin purse, was introduced in Japan in 1974 and brought to the United States in 1976.This debut came under the Sanrio company lineup, where her various products are still developed and sold.
The Hello Kitty trademark has since spread globally and developed licensing arrangements worth more than $10 to $500 billion annually. Although mainly aimed at the pre-adolescent female market, the Hello Kitty product range goes all the way from purses, stickers and pen sets to toasters, televisions, clothing, massagers, and computer equipment. It has a cult-like following among adults as well, especially in Asia, where Hello Kitty adorns cars, purses, jewelry and many other high-end consumer products. A Hello Kitty anime, targeted towards young children, has also been produced. Examples of products depicting the character include dolls, stickers, greeting cards, clothes, accessories, school supplies, dishes and home appliances.Her fame as a recurring Sanrio character has led to the creation of two officially licensed Hello Kitty theme parks, Harmonyland and the indoor Sanrio Puroland.

1353. Buck

Buck (full name Buckminster) is an English-accented weasel that lived in the underground Dinosaur World. He made his appearance in Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs. He is voiced by Simon Pegg in the movie and by James Patrick Stuart in the video game.

Buck is obviously insane, but in a brave, good, and hilarious way. He is bold, daring, cunning, free spirited, and one heck of a daredevil, in fact he is so brave that he does not fear Rudy, unlike everyone else. He seems to enjoy his rivalry with Rudy, the dinosaur who took his eye, and in return Buck took his tooth as a weapon, which he wields with amazing skills. His obsession with Rudy and dreams of defeating him in battle might suggest that he he holds a grudge against Rudy for taking his eye, much like how Rudy holds a grudge against Buck for taking his tooth.
When Buck meets the herd, he seems uninterested in getting to know them as he promptly told them to go home. But he obviously was concerned for them as he followed them to the Jungle of Misery and saved Manny and Diego from a carnivorous plant. He's prone to making brazen and impressive remarks and feats, but almost immediately afterward, he does something that makes him look like a crazy lunatic, such as speaking into a rock like it's a cell phone, talking to skulls, swinging from mid-air, the list goes on. He is a survivor who knows what he's dealing with in the world below, but he's been in the Dinosaur World for so long he's even admitted he lost his mind. Specifically, he says he lost it three months ago from when Manny asked him. He also states he is, or was, married to an ugly pineapple.

1352. Ham III

 Andy Samberg as Ham III, Ham I's grandson. He is a circus chimp who loves his job.

Space Chimps is a 2008 computer-animated family comedy film produced by Vanguard Animation, Starz Media and 20th Century Fox, and it was released on July 18, 2008.[2] The film is produced by Barry Sonnenfeld, John H. Williams, and John W. Hyde and stars the voices of Andy Samberg, Cheryl Hines, Jeff Daniels, Patrick Warburton, Kristin Chenoweth, Kenan Thompson, Carlos Alazraqui and Zack Shada.
The teaser ad for this movie premiered on June 20, 2008 during a Fox broadcast of another primate/space-related movie - 2001's remake of Planet of the Apes.

1351. Little Goat

In 1968, Fisher-Price introduced the first Little People playset, the famous Play Family Barn with barn doors that made a "moo" sound when opened. Also at this time, the figures were made with plastic bodies instead of wood. Eventually, the toys encompassed a wide range of playsets, furniture packs, and accessory packs.
In the middle 1970s, Fisher-Price produced the Sesame Street town, with various Sesame Street stores, a bridge with stop lights and Sesame Street characters such as Bert, Ernie, and the only Little People toys that have been modeled after celebrities -- Loretta Long (Susan), Roscoe Orman (Gordon) and Will Lee (Mr. Hooper). Soon after, the Little People Discovery Airport, a hospital and a school would also be released. Little People characters had by then been also produced with plastic products exclusively.

1350. Buizel

Buizel (Japanese: ブイゼル Buoysel) is a Water-type Pokémon.
It evolves into Floatzel starting at level 26.
Buizel possesses mainly mammalian characteristics with orange fur and paws as well as resembling a realistic cross between a weasel and a sea otter. The collar that is around its neck can be inflated and used as a flotation device when the Pokémon inhales. Buizel also carries characteristics of sea creatures, in that it has two blue fins on its arms and two tails, appearing to be split up, that resembles a fish's fin. Its tail acts as a boat propeller by spinning. There are parallel marks on their cheeks quite similar to those of Furret. Additionally, Buizel has cream-colored paw pads on both its fore- and hind-feet.
From back view, the males have two white spots and the females only have one.
Buizel can apparently both fly and propel itself through water by spinning their tails like propellers. Buizel can also use its tail for firing SonicBoom and Razor Wind attacks.

1349. Little Elephant

Little Tikes is an American-based manufacturer of children's toys, with headquarters and manufacturing located in Hudson, Ohio. The company also has other manufacturing and distribution facilities in Asia and Europe. Little Tikes' products are mostly low-tech molded plastic toys aimed primarily at infants and young children, for indoor and outdoor use, including its party kitchen and turtle sandbox.
The company was established by Thomas G. Murdough Jr. in 1969 in Aurora, Ohio. The company was acquired by Rubbermaid in 1984. Murdough signed an employment agreement with Rubbermaid under which he would stay with the new parent company for a five-year period as president and general manager. In May 1989, Murdough announced that he would be leaving Little Tikes at the end of that year to pursue other interests.[1] In 1991, Murdough established a new toy business called Step 2, now based in Streetsboro, Ohio[2], aimed at competing with and outselling Little Tikes.[3] In 1999, Rubbermaid merged with Newell to form Newell Rubbermaid.

1348. Little Dog

Mattel, Inc. (pronounced /məˈtɛl/; NASDAQMAT) is the world's largest toy company based on revenue. The products it produces include Fisher Price, Barbie dolls, Hot Wheels and Matchbox cars, Masters of the Universe, American Girl dolls, board games, and, in the early 1980s, video game consoles. The company's name is derived from Harold "Matt" Matson and Elliot Handler, who founded the company in 1945. Handler's wife, Ruth Handler, later became president, and is credited with establishing the Barbie product line for the company in 1959. After the release of the Barbie doll, Mattel revolutionized the toy industry with its talking dolls and toys. Major successes in the 1960s with the talking Chatty Cathy doll in 1960 and See 'N Say toys in 1965 moved Mattel to its position as the number one toymaker in America. Mattel closed its last American factory, originally part of the Fisher-Price division, in 2002, outsourcing production to China, the beginning of a chain of events that led to a scandal involving lead contamination. On Friday, September 3, 2010 a mini "Flash Crash" appears to have occurred in Mattel shares which plunged 22% in pre-market trade for no apparent reason, only to recover shortly thereafter.

1347. Emperor Palpatine

Palpatine is a fictional character and the main antagonist of the Star Wars saga. Ian McDiarmid portrays the character in the feature films.
Palpatine first appeared as the unnamed Emperor of the Galactic Empire in the 1980 film Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. In this film and Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, he is an aged, pale-faced figure who wears dark robes.
In the prequel trilogy, Palpatine is a middle-aged politician of the Republic who rises to power through deception and treachery. As the Senator of Naboo and later the Supreme Chancellor, he outwardly behaves like a well-intentioned and loyal public servant, yet underneath his affable public persona lurks his true identity: Darth Sidious, a Dark Lord of the Sith. As both Palpatine and Sidious, he sets into motion a series of events — including the Clone Wars — which ultimately destroys the Jedi Knights and Republic, allowing him to usher in the Galactic Empire, a brutal authoritarian regime.
Since the initial theatrical run of Return of the Jedi, Palpatine has become a symbol of evil and sinister deception in popular culture.

1346. Cabbage Patch baby with Dolly

In 1989, Mattel took over the Cabbage Patch brand, including production.
The Mattel Cabbage Patch dolls are not limited to cloth bodies and included dolls made from vinyl, which produced a more durable play doll. The Mattel dolls are mostly sized 14" or smaller, and most variants were individualized with a gimmick to enhance their collectibility, e.g. some dolls played on water-toys, swam, ate food, or brushed their teeth.
Some memorable Mattel lines include the updated Kids line of basic cloth dolls that came with birth certificates, the OlympiKids that were made to coincide with the 1996 Olympics, and the Cabbage Patch Fairies. Additionally, to celebrate the dolls' 15th anniversary, Mattel created a line of exclusively female dolls, dressed in period outfits and packaged in collectible boxes. These were the first Mattel dolls to be 16 inches tall, the same measurement of the original Cabbage Patch Kids.
Most of the Mattel Cabbage Patch dolls are still available at online auction sites such as eBay.

1345. Little Bunny

Little People is the name of a toy brand for preschoolers, originally produced by Fisher-Price in the 1960s as the Play Family. The current product line consists of playsets, mini-sets and accessories, books, CDs, and DVDs focusing on various configurations of five characters named Eddie, Sarah Lynn, Maggie, Michael and Sonya Lee.

The "Little People" name, registered and trademarked by Fisher-Price in 1985, came from Fisher-Price following the lead of consumers who referred to the early Play Family playsets as "those little people"[1]

Saturday, April 16, 2011

1344. Yu gi Oh character

1343. Jay Jay the Jet Plane

Jay Jay. Male. 6 years old. Small jet airliner. Mary Kay Bergman was the first to provide his voice.

Jay Jay the Jet Plane is an American CGI children's television series based at the fictional Tarrytown Airport. It has about 60 episodes and it is aimed at ages 2-6. The characters are talking airplanes, a helicopter, some humans, and two talking ground vehicles. The episodes are commonly distributed in pairs, with one header sequence and one end credits for each pair, and each pair is 25 minutes long. Each episode contains one or more songs; each song tends to occur in one episode. Produced by John Semper, the series is intended to be educational and teach life and sometimes moral lessons to children (and sometimes also to parents).
The series premiered originally on November 2, 1998 on TLC, but later moved to PBS Kids on June 11, 2001 with the same episodes plus new episodes in 2001 and in 2005.
The original voice of Jay Jay and several of the other characters was voice-over actor Mary Kay Bergman.

1342. Maelstrom

Maelstrom is a globidens that hunted animals during the Ice Age.
Maelstrom is shown in the beginning frozen in a great block of ice that was jarred loose when the wall of ice began crumbling. The ice melted, releasing both Cretaceous and him into the lake which was all but abandoned by most animals. When they made it to the ice lake, the first animal that they had encountered and eaten was Stu the glyptodont, leaving behind only his shell. The two sea reptiles then swam further down the series of rivers where they eventually reached Manfred's herd as well as Crash, Eddie, and Ellie. Maelstrom intended to eat Sid but could not catch him, as Sid was already escaping with Diego, and had only just escaped Maelstrom as he broke off a massive chunk of ice where the sloth and saber-tooth had stood only moments before.
Later, when the dam broke, the two reptiles went swimming on the wall of water that was slowly approaching towards the escaping masses and pulled down Manny when he was swimming to save Ellie. Manny devised a plan to rid himself of the two sea reptiles, by having them try to chase him, he tricked them into hitting a log that was wedged under a large rock. The plan worked, freeing Ellie, and knocking the two reptiles down with the boulder. Although the two reptiles are presumed to have been crushed by the boulder, there might be a possibility that they may have survived the boulder and have gotten swept away with the flood water when Scrat broke the glacier.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

1341. Anime Villain

1340. 1999 MEG Bear

1339. Unicorn

1338. Queen of Spades

This figure of the Queen of Spades was produced by Japan's Kaiyodo.

1337. Bumblebee

Bumblebee (known as Bumble in Japan, Moscardo in Portugal, Űrdongó in Hungary, Maggiolino in Italy) is the "little brother" of the heroic or protagonistic Autobot faction and a mascot, constantly striving to prove himself in the eyes of the other robots - especially his leader, Optimus Prime. This often causes him to take risks that put him in danger. Although a bit of a wise-cracker, he is a capable and reliable messenger and spy, his small size allowing him to go places that his larger commanders cannot. He is highly fuel efficient, has great visual acuity, is particularly adaptable to undersea environments and transforms into a Volkswagen Beetle. He was later reconstructed in a stronger, more mature form as Goldbug.
Bumblebee is established as the smallest of the first year Autobots, but his actual size varies greatly in the various media, ranging from the same size as other Autobot cars to barely taller than a human. His only official height was in an early issue of the Marvel comics where it is stated he is 15 feet tall.
Bumblebee's primary function in the original Transformers animated series and comics was to serve as the "young" character with whom the young viewing audience could identify. To this end, he befriends the Autobots' primary human ally, the young son of the Witwicky family (Buster in the Marvel comic and Spike in the cartoon), a concept that persists into the 2007 live-action film. Although a well-known character because of this, Bumblebee is quite unusual in that, unlike many other Transformers, his name has not been re-used and applied to unrelated characters throughout the ensuing twenty years of Transformers media, due to the loss of the trademark until recently. His role as the "young yellow character", however, has inspired other Transformers characters with the same role such as Cheetor and Hot Shot.

1336. Jazz

Jazz is the name of several fictional characters from the various Transformers universes. For trademark reasons, Jazz is sometimes referred to as Autobot Jazz or Meister, his Japanese name.
Jazz (Tigre in Italy) is the "very cool, very stylish, very competent" member of the Autobots in the Transformers television and comic series based on the popular toy line produced by Takara and Hasbro. His original vehicle mode is a Martini Porsche 935 turbo racing car. Self-possessed, calm, and utterly collected, Jazz is head of Special Operations, with his own dedicated roster of agents. He often gives the most dangerous assignments to himself. It's not a matter of ego—he just really is the coolest head for the toughest missions. Jazz's ease extends to whatever environment he finds himself in, no matter how weird or wonderful. He effortlessly tunes in to the local culture, assimilating and improvising, and making creative command decisions, making him an indispensable right-hand bot to Optimus Prime.
According to critics, Jazz has a "black coded" voice and name.



1333. Windcharger

In robot mode, Windcharger's arms act as the positive and negative poles of a magnet. He can cast powerful magnetic fields at distances up to 700 feet. He can levitate a 10-ton block of steel at that distance. He can attract objects that are affected by magnetism toward him or repel them. At closer distances he can rip them apart.
According to original tech spec notes written by Bob Budiansky found at Iacon One in 2006 the original name for Windcharger was Sprint.[1]
Windcharger was featured on the cover of the Transformers Collectors Club Magazine #37. [2]


1331. Enchantress

The Enchantress is a DC Comics character who has been both a superheroine and supervillainess. She first appeared in National Comics (now DC Comics) flagship science fiction anthology title Strange Adventures #187 (April 1966), and was created by writer Bob Haney and artist Howard Purcell.
More recently she is usually called simply Enchantress.

Freelance artist June Moone is invited to a costume party at an old castle, and stumbles upon a secret chamber where an unknown magical being (later named as Dzamor) empowers her to fight an evil presence in the castle. Saying the words 'The Enchantress' her appearance changes from blond-haired June to black-haired and costumed Enchantress and defeats a minotaur creature from a tapestry. Soon after she defeats a monster at Cape Kennedy and a mirage of a demonic creature manipulated by a crook.
However, in her next appearance, the Enchantress is a misguided character fighting Supergirl, who prevents her gaining omnipotent magical power and cancelling all other superpowers on Earth, twice. Her villainous side takes over after this, and the Enchantress then continues her career as a member of The Forgotten Villains; and part of the army of supervillains during the 'Crisis on Infinite Earths' event.

1230. Mandarin

The Mandarin is a fictional character, a Marvel Comics supervillain and the archenemy of Iron Man.
In 2009, Mandarin was ranked as IGN's 81st Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time.
The Mandarin is a superb athlete with tremendous skill in the various martial arts. Through repeated practice, he has toughened all the striking surfaces of his body, especially his hands, which are covered with thick calluses. He can even split Iron Man's magnetic-beam reinforced alloy armor with repeated blows. So great is the Mandarin's martial arts ability, that he can even survive years without food and water, apparently sustaining himself purely via his mastery of chi. The precise degree of The Mandarin's martial art powers has been the subject of multiple implied retcons by Marvel Comics. Initially, Mandarin was portrayed as being such a superhumanly skilled martial artist that he could destroy Iron Man's armor with his bare hands.[18] Later portrayals focused on his use of the rings, and implicitly retconned the Mandarin's skill to being great but no longer superhuman.The most recent continuity has restored Mandarin's martial arts ability to its original superhuman level.
The Mandarin is one of Marvel Earth's greatest scientific geniuses, and highly skilled in various sciences. Not only has he made himself into an expert authority on alien Makluuan science, but he has also built upon this knowledge by making further discoveries based upon it.
The principal personal weapons of the Mandarin are the ten rings which he wears on the fingers of each hand. The rings' operations cannot be explained by contemporary Earth science, but it is known that they served as near-limitless power sources for the warp-drive engines of the Makluan starship of Axonn-Karr. The Mandarin learned how to convert the rings to his personal uses and to make them respond to his mental commands. The fingers on which he wears each ring, and the known functions for which he uses each ring, are given below.

1329. Pedestrian

1328. Little People

1327. Flotsam

Flotsam and Jetsam are green moray eel minions of the sea witch Ursula. Flotsam and Jetsam are voiced by the late Paddi Edwards in the film and the television series. They speak in unison, finish each other's sentences, and entwine their bodies. The concept of their linkage is further heightened when their white eyes combine to form a single crystal ball, a portal through which Ursula can view the outside world.
Flotsam and Jetsam are the first to notice Ariel's infatuation with the world above. Upon witnessing the mermaid fall in love with a human, Prince Eric, Ursula sends Flotsam and Jetsam to propose a deal to Ariel. In making sure that Ursula wins the deal, Flotsam and Jetsam sabotage what would have been a successful kiss between Ariel and Eric. In the climax, Flotsam and Jetsam attempt to drown Eric by dragging him underwater. Sebastian and Flounder attack the duo, forcing them to release Eric. They are then accidentally killed by King Triton's trident when Ariel deflects Ursula's aim just as the sea witch fires a killing shot intended for Eric. Flotsam and Jetsam are notable for their efficiency (an oddity in Disney films where henchmen are usually portrayed as incompetents). Until they were killed, they succeeded at every task Ursula gave them, and due to that, Ursula, shocked that she killed her eels by accident, sadly mourns for them, right before turning her attention and rage towards Ariel and Eric.

1326. Linus Van Pelt

Linus van Pelt is a character in Charles M. Schulz's comic strip Peanuts. The best friend of Charlie Brown, Linus is also the younger brother of Lucy van Pelt and older brother of Rerun van Pelt. He first appeared on September 19, 1952; however, he was not mentioned by name until three days later. He was first referenced two months earlier, on July 14. Linus spoke his first words in 1954, the same year he was shown with his security blanket. On the various specials, Christopher Shea first voiced Linus van Pelt in 1965. His younger brother, Stephen, voiced Linus from 1971 until 1975. Various actors (among them Jeremy Miller of Growing Pains fame) have played Linus since then.[1]

Perhaps paradoxically, given his advanced intellect, Linus is almost never without his blue blanket, which debuted in the June 1, 1954, strip. He holds the blanket over his shoulder while sucking his thumb. It was in fact he who coined the term "security blanket."[6][7] Ridicule of the habit is not a major concern for him as shown when one friend, Roy, warned him at summer camp that he would be viciously teased for it. In response, Linus uses his blanket like a whip and shears off a tree branch with intimidating power and notes: "They never tease me more than once." The blanket, it turns out, is an autonomous (although non-verbal) entity. In a 1965 strip, it engaged in a campaign of clandestine attacks on Lucy, even routing her from the house, due to her constant, albeit failed, attempts to get rid of it by throwing it in the trash burner. In the special A Boy Named Charlie Brown, it also performed a complex dance routine with Linus upon being reunited with its owner.

208. Margaret

Margaret White is Hello Kitty's grandmother. She makes a delicious pudding and loves nothing more than to sit in her rocking chair and do embroidery.

Margaret is the grandmother of Hello Kitty and can be found ingame of HKO in London, close to her husband Anthony, the grandpa of Hello Kitty. This sweet old lady will give you a few quests.

You can also meet Margaret at the Dream Carnival standing a bit apart from "the love of her life" Anthony. She will also give you something to do at the Carnival.

Like the whole family White, the grandma of Hello Kitty also lives in London. She was born on March 31th, makes delicious pudding and loves doing embroidery while sitting in her rocking chair.