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Fish Hooks
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Genre Comedy
Sitcom
Musical comedy
Format Animated television series
Created by Noah Z. Jones
Developed by Alex Hirsch
William Reiss
Written by Maxwell Atoms
William Reiss
Alex Hirsch
Ian Wasseluk
Derek Evanick
Carl Faruolo
Clayton Morrow
Directed by Maxwell Atoms
William Reiss
C. H. Greenblatt
Voices of Kyle Massey
Chelsea Staub
Justin Roiland
Opening theme "Ring the Bell" performed by Jeremy Fisher
Composer(s) Andy Sturmer
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 3 (aired)
13 (List of Episodes)
Production company(s) Bond Animations
Mercury Filmworks
Distributor Walt Disney Television Animation
Disney Channel
Broadcast
Original channel Disney Channel
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
720p (HDTV)
Original run September 24, 2010 (USA) September 25, 2010 (Canada) – present
Status Currently airing (renewed for second season)

Fish Hooks is an American animated television series created by Noah Z. Jones. Twenty-one episodes have been ordered for the first season. It premiered on September 24, 2010.[1] An 11-minute preview was shown on September 3, 2010, following the Disney Channel Original Movie, Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam. The stars of Fish Hooks are former That's So Raven and Cory In the House star Kyle Massey, former Jonas L.A. star Chelsea Kane, and Justin Roiland. Fish Hooks is also one of the only two animated Disney Channel Original Series currently in production (along with Phineas and Ferb).

It was announced on December 8, 2010 that Fish Hooks was picked up for a second season.[2]

Plot

The series revolves around adolescent fish Milo, his shy brother Oscar, and their "overly dramatic" best friend Bea Goldfishberg. They attend a school submerged in an aquarium in a pet store. The series chronicles their daily lives as they deal with eel attacks, trips to the hamster cages, and picture day. They also deal with typical teenage problems (friendships, crushes, sports, acne etc.).

Production

In 2009, 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 will be produced using a mix of 2D digital animation and photo collages.[3] The series is created and co-executive produced by children's book illustrator Noah Z. Jones and developed for television by Alex Hirsch and Bill Reiss.[4] Main and recurring cast were announced in a Disney Channel press release on August 26, 2010.

Cast

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The main characters from left to right; Milo, Oscar and Bea.

Main

  • Milo Fishtooth (voiced by Kyle Massey) is an adolescent betta fish. Milo is a self-described "party guy" who tries to have fun in any situation. He is very loud and loves to go on wild adventures and throw parties. It was confirmed in "Doris Flores Gorgeous" that he is 16 years old, and is friends with Bea, a female who is an aspiring actress, and is also very friendly with his brother, Oscar. In "Fail Fish", Milo is shown to have attention disabilities, and passed his test with the help of Bea and Oscar, who performed dangerous yet educational activities, because that is how Milo learns. He's afraid of losing Bea's friendship, as shown in "Fish Sleepover Party". So he and Oscar disguised as girls to sneak to their party. Oscar joined cause of Milo's pursuation. He, as stated by Mr. Baldwin, is a "selfish fish". In "Fish Out Of Water", he ventured outside the tanks in watersuits, along with Oscar and Bea. In "Underwater Boy", he tries out for football to get attention, but ends up as water boy. He doesn't notice his importance on the team until Oscar encouraged him by using a pie chart. Milo doesn't really have common sense, which leads to those crazy adventures. He thought Mr. Baldwin was the comic superhero, Captain Aquarium. He got a dog for Oscar named Murphy, and Oscar drove him away, so Milo, Bea, and Oscar try to find him. At the end of the episode, Milo got a horse. He is known by Oscar, as lazy, as he doesn't wash his underwear. That's why Oscar wanted to get a new roommate. Milo has a nice attitude, but could rarely get angry. He so far is doing good with friends in school, but he lacks his studying. He is shown to care for Oscar a lot, along with Bea, as they desperately looked for him when he was missing. In "Dances with Wolf Fish", Milo was really dirty, which made Oscar get out Senor Broom and Senor Mop. Their brothers ring is a skull that lights up. In "Dropsy!", Milo pretends to have a fish disease called the Dropsy, simply because he saw all the benefits that Albert Glass was getting when he was sick. He ends up getting dumped in a tank with other fish who really have the Dropsy, but that never get better. In "Milo Gets a Ninja," it is shown that Milo can be somewhat of a control freak. At the beginning of the episode, he befriends a ninja who will do anything he says, after which he decides to use his newfound power to correct injustice in his school. However, the power goes to his head when, instead of just ridding the school of Jocktopus, he locks everyone in the school in individual fish tanks because in his eyes, they each did something wrong. It is only when Oscar tells him that he has become an even bigger bully than Jocktopus that Milo realizes the error of his ways. In "Big Fish", Milo feels weak compared to the girls in his school, so, after taking the advice of Jumbo Shrimp, he uses the power of a "Big Tank" to make himself more muscular. The problems start when Milo decides that he is not big enough, and so continues to use the "Big Tank", despite prior warnings from Jumbo Shrimp that he should not use it excessively. Milo ends up falling asleep in the tank and becomes so huge that he inadventantly breaks the tank and is now considered a giant monster. In the end, Oscar, Bea, and Jumbo Shrimp force him into a "Shrink Tank", which should get him back to normal in 36 hours.
  • Bea Goldfishberg (voiced by Chelsea Kane) is a goldfish who is very "overly dramatic", and wants to be a movie star. Her friend, Oscar, has a huge and regularly unspoken crush on her, and she is obviously oblivious to this. She even once said Oscar is her boyfriend, but it turns out she was just "acting" so Clamantha could get away from Oscar. However, she may have some feelings for him. She claims that she is the most beautiful fish of all time, despite her friends not agreeing so. In the episode "Underwater Boy", it is shown that she is a fan of football. As shown in several episodes, both her parents are extremely overprotective of her and treat her like a baby, so she once tried to take a job at Fish Flakes inc., but eventually got sick of it and quits. When the students had to give presents in Jocktopuses birthday, Bea says she's too talented to be punched, and tells a really long story about her being a "delivery female" to distract Jocktopus. In Bea Becomes an Adult Fish, Bea tried to become an adult cause her parents treat her like a baby. When she went to Fish Flakes inc., she at first enjoys it, until her manager gets boring meetings, and lots of work. She doesn't mind going on adventures, as long as she could be with her friends. She's really close to her best friend, Shellsea, as they always chat and hang out. Bea seems to be a dramatic to most situations, like when she and Milo tried to sneak in Clamantha's yearbook office, but it turns out her picture was perfectly fine. She's the tritagonist of the show. She is 16 like Milo and Oscar. In Hooray for Hamsterwood, it is shown that Bea wants to have her own T.V show. So she got to Hamsterwood (a parody of Hollywood) and went on a show called "I Dares Ya!". The show includes eating mystery items. It turns out that Bea was the mystery item! So she pretended to have a fake disease called the Ick.
  • Template:AnchorOscar Fishtooth (voiced by Justin Roiland) is a routinely nervous catfish with an afro who Clamantha, a student of Freshwater High, is infatuated with and has opened a shrine to.[5] He is a video game lover and has a good relationship with Bea and mostly Milo (due to their brotherhood). Oscar is often very stressed throughout the series, mostly because of Milo's crazy adventures. Similarly to Clamantha, he has opened a shrine to his crush, Bea. He attempts to keep his crush on her a secret, for instance: when Bea saw his drawing of them together, he snatched it and ripped it to pieces. Oscar would like Bea to notice him. He's 16 years old. When Milo got a dog, Oscar didn't like him, as he smashed his video game chair. In the episode Doggonit he yells at Murphy causing him to run away. Oscar reveals that he is half betta fish, and that he didn't mean what he said because betta fish are very passionate. So Oscar went with Milo and Bea to save Murphy from the scorpions. He is terrified of Clamantha, as she has a crush on him, in which he despises. Oscar gave money to Jocktopus on his birthday, but Jocktopus calls it "worthless paper", so Oscar gets tangled up in trouble. He made up a fake girlfriend named Doris Flores Gorgeous so he doesn't have to worry about not going on dates with anybody. He tried to keep it away from Milo and Bea, but they eventually went to her home, Fish Niagra Falls. It turns out Doris was Clamantha, and Oscar said to "Doris" that they're not right together. Unlike his brother Milo, he doesn't like to go on adventures, and only does cause Milo or Bea asks him to, so that makes Oscar more of a neutral character. He is the deuteragonist of the series. In "Funny Fish", it is shown Oscar has no sense of humor, so Milo tells him to laugh at everything. He also gets bullied by Jocktopus far more often than Milo and Bea. He also has a diary, where he writes about his tough days. In "The Dark Side of the Fish," he became upset after reading his poem to the class because nobody understood him. He therefore begins hanging out with the goth kids in his school, and even underwent a goth makeover, in which he changed all his clothing to black, wore "spooky contacts" and received a temporary tattoo. He eventually changes back at the end of the episode, after Milo and Bea read him a poem that shows him they really do understand him.

Recurring cast

Episodes

Main article: List of Fish Hooks episodes

List of Fish Hooks episodes

Guest stars

Fish Hooks has had at least one guest star in a majority of the first season episodes. Guest stars include:

International release

Country / Region Network(s) Series premiere Title
Template:Flagicon Arab world Disney Channel Middle East January 15, 2011 (Sneak Peek)
February 12, 2011 (Premiere)
Fish Hooks
Template:ARG Disney Channel Latin America September 5, 2010 (Sneak Peek)
December 8, 2010 (Premiere)
Pecezuelos
Template:BRA Adolepeixes
Template:CHL Pecezuelos
Template:COL
Template:MEX
Template:PER
Template:VEN
Template:AUS
Template:NZL
Disney Channel (Australia)
October 2, 2010 (Sneak Peek)
November 23, 2010 (Premiere)
Fish Hooks
Template:BGR Disney Channel Bulgaria January 15, 2011 (Sneak Peek)
February 12, 2011 (Premiere)
Риби тийнейджъри
Template:CAN Family September 3, 2010 (Sneak Peek)
September 25, 2010 (Premiere)
Fish Hooks
Template:CZE Disney Channel (Czech Republic) January 15, 2011 (Sneak Peek)
February 12, 2011 (Premiere)
Rybičky
Template:DEN Disney Channel Scandinavia 2011 (Premiere) På krogen
Template:FIN Disney Channel Scandinavia February 18, 2011 (Premiere) Koukussa
Template:FRA Disney Channel France December 15, 2010 (Sneak peek)
February 14, 2011 (Premiere)
Ca bulle!
Template:DEU
Template:AUT
Disney Channel Germany December 31, 2010 (Sneak Peek)
January 10, 2011 (Premiere)
Der Fisch-Club
Template:GRC Disney Channel Greece January 15, 2011 (Sneak Peek)
February 12, 2011 (Premiere)
Ψαρο-Ιστορίες
Template:IND Disney Channel India March 18, 2011 (Sneek Peak)
April 30, 2011 (Premiere)
Fish Hooks
Template:ISR Disney Channel Israel March 6, 2011 (Premiere) הדגים
Template:ITA Disney Channel Italy December 31, 2010 (Sneak Peek)
April 1, 2011 (Premiere)
Fish Hooks - Vita da Pesci
Template:JPN Disney Channel Japan December 18, 2010 (Sneak Peek)
March, 2011 (Premiere)
スイチュー! フレンズ
Template:NED
Template:BEL
Disney Channel (Netherlands/Flanders) February 14, 2011 (Premiere) Fish Hooks
Template:POL Disney Channel Poland December 31, 2010 (Sneak Peek)
January 15, 2011 (Premiere)
Akwalans
Template:ROU Disney Channel Romania January 15, 2011 (Sneak Peek)
February 12, 2011 (Premiere)
Viaţa în acvariu
Template:RUS Disney Channel (Russia) TBA Рыболовные крючки
Template:ESP Disney Channel Spain December 30, 2010 (Sneak Peek)
February 25, 2011 (Premiere)
Pecezuelos
Template:SWE Disney Channel Scandinavia February 18, 2011 (Premiere) På kroken
Template:TUR Disney Channel Turkey January 15, 2011 (Sneak Peek)
February 12, 2011 (Premiere)
Balık Oltası
Template:GBR
Template:IRL
Disney Channel (UK and Ireland) September 17, 2010 (Sneak Peek)
November 6, 2010 (Premiere)
Fish Hooks
Template:USA Disney Channel September 3, 2010 (Sneak Peek)
September 24, 2010 (Premiere)
Disney XD February 19, 2011

References

External links

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