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Mr. Floppy (Character)
from "Unhappily Ever After" (1995)

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Overview

Biography:
Mr. Floppy, voiced by Bob "Bobcat" Goldwait, is a stuft rabbit puppet character to the prior WB show... See more »
Alternate Names:
Mr. Floppy Puppeteer

Filmography

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  1. "Unhappily Ever After"
        - Le Morte D'Floppy (1999) TV episode, Played by Bobcat Goldthwait
        - Tiffany Tutors the Teachers (1999) TV episode, Played by Bobcat Goldthwait
        - Date to Win (1999) TV episode, Played by Bobcat Goldthwait
        - The Artist and the Con Artist (1999) TV episode, Played by Bobcat Goldthwait
        - The Perfect Guy (1999) TV episode, Played by Bobcat Goldthwait
          (94 more)

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Quotes:
From "Unhappily Ever After: Let's Get Ready to Rum Ball (#4.17)" (1998)
Mr. Floppy: There is a bigger problem facing our nation. The idolization of the ordinary. For example, why are all the female day-time talk show hosts enormous beasts? It's like the charge of the woolly mammoth. Suddenly they lift their snouts out of the trough and talk. It's the new American way. Celebration of the plain.
[condescendingly:]
Mr. Floppy: 'America the Beautiful' is becoming 'America with a Great Personality.' It is getting so that the President cannot even get a decent-looking girl.
Jack Malloy: [can of beer in hand next to Floppy on the couch] Oh, well, I guess they just want us to love the fatsos. Otherwise every young girl in America will feel she has to be thin and beautiful.
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