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Fish Hooks was an American animated television series created by Noah Z. Jones that premiered on September 24, 2010. The series revolved around three fish friends: Oscar, Milo, and Bea and their misadventures in school and life. The title refers to their school sports team, the Fish Hooks.

Plot[]

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The series revolves around adolescent fish Milo, his shy brother Oscar, and their "overly dramatic" friend Bea Goldfishberg. They attend a school submerged in an aquarium in a pet store. The series chronicles their daily lives as they with everything from eel attacks and field trips to romance and homework.

In the credits sequence of each episode, there is a 30-second short featuring a rattlesnake and a mouse having various conversations and banter (usually about the episode itself).

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. 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. Main and recurring cast were announced in a Disney Channel press release on August 26, 2010.

Cast and characters[]

Main characters[]

  • Kyle Massey as Milo Fishtooth, an adventurous Siamese fighting fish who is a self-proclaimed "party guy" and the main protagonist of the series.
  • Justin Roiland as Oscar Fishtooth, a routinely nervous catfish who loves video games and regularly serves as the voice of reason and justice between the main cast.
  • Chelsea Kane as Bea Goldfishberg, a Goldfish who is very "overly dramatic", and wants to be a movie star in the future, but can be over eager and self-centered.

Recurring characters[]

  • Kari Wahlgren as Shellsea, a jewelfish who is Bea's best friend, loves fashion and is concerned about looking good.
  • Alex Hirsch as Clamantha, a crazy, high stressed, and energetic teen clam who is obsessed with Oscar.
  • Atticus Shaffer as Albert Glass, a nerdy glass fish who is very smart and so pale, his brain is visible.
  • Steven Christopher Parker as Jumbo Shrimp, a nerdy shrimp who is best friends with Albert Glass and loves sci-fi and fantasy.
  • Kimberly Mooney as Finberley, a small, kind fish who is one of Bea's friends who is clumsy and has a habit of getting injured.
  • Rachel Dratch as:
    • Esmargot, a slimy sea slug who is another one of Bea's friend. She always leaves mucus behind and is Albert's girlfriend.
    • Koi, a koi fish who is another one of Bea's friends. Koi may be big, but she is very sweet and kind, but speaks in unintelligible grunts.
  • John DiMaggio as Jocktopus, an octopus who is the big bully in the school, but deep down hides a passionate side he rarely shows.
  • Dana Snyder as Mr. Baldwin, Milo, Oscar, and Bea's pregnant homeroom seahorse teacher who hates his job. He later marries Ms. Lips and has his babies with her.
  • Tiny Lister as Mr. Mussels, Freshwater High's drama teacher who is loud and motivates his students.
  • Jerry Stiller (Season 1); Jeff Bennett (Season 2) as Principal Stickler, Freshwater High's sea urchin principal. He is carted around by Nurse Fishington.
  • Annie Potts as Nurse Fishington, the school nurse, later principal, of Freshwater High. She is later revealed to be a robot.
  • Josh Sussman as Randy Pincherson, a fiddler crab who is snobby, rich, and obnoxious and loves to cause trouble for everyone.
  • Jennifer Coolidge as Ms. Lips, a squid who is Freshwater guidance counselor. She is not very bright and later marries Mr. Baldwin.
  • Greg Cipes as Steve Jackson, a fish who most girls at Freshwater High have huge crushes on and everyone, including the boys, find perfect.
  • Maxwell Atoms as:
    • Bo Gregory, a fish who owns and works on a farm and speaks with a country accent.
    • Razor V. Doom, the leader of the Goth Fish group.
    • Hugh Edmundson, a fish from France who is possibly an exchange student.
  • Richard Simmons as Coach Salmons, Freshwater High's enthusiastic salmon gym teacher. He is based on his voice actor and shares many similarities to him.
  • Laura Ortiz as Piranhica, a piranha who is Jocktopus' girlfriend. She is bossy and quick to anger, especially towards Jocktopus.
  • Blake Clark as Chief, a blob fish who is the boss of the Hokey Poke Diner.
  • Tress MacNeille as Bassy, a bass fish who is the waitress at the Hokey Poke Diner.
  • Jane Carr as Dan and Ann Chovie, two twin anchovies, and are known as the "Chovie Twins". They are quite odd and childlike, but they have lots of school spirit.
  • Noah Z. Jones as Mr. Goldfishberg, Bea's father who is friendly, but highly eccentric and sometimes babbles nonsense.
  • Edie McClurg as Mrs. Goldfishberg, Bea's mother who embarrasses her, but tends to be more understanding.
  • John Caparulo as Headphone Joe, Freshwater's laid-back janitor who is mostly seen cleaning algae off the tanks with his mouth.
  • Dave Wittenberg, Roger Craig Smith, and Alex Hirsch as Pass, Punt, and Fumble, a trio of football players who help Jocktopus with his bullying.
  • Kevin McDonald as Dr. Frog, a frog who is Freshwater's formal journalism teacher who is strange and quite insane, but he is still friendly.
  • Derek Evanick as Student Council, three lobsters who are the councils of the school. Each of them are smart and sophisticated, and they hold special events for the school.
  • Felicia Day as Angela Fishberger, a gamer girl who initially dated Oscar, but soon after dates Jumbo Shrimp.

Guest stars[]

  • Tiffany Thornton as Doris Flores Gorgeous (Doris Flores Gorgeous)
  • Dave Wittenberg as the Geckcoach (Underwater Boy, Mascotastrophe, Halloween Haul)
  • Maile Flanagan as Sunny (Happy Birthfish, Jocktopus)
  • Lauren Tom as Barb (Bea Becomes an Adult Fish, Employee Discount, Merry Fishmas, Milo)
  • Jason Earles as Kevin (Fail Fish)
  • Eric Ladin as Ron (The Tale of Sir Oscar Fish)
  • Jason Alexander as Mr. Nibbles (Hooray for Hamsterwood, Pamela Hamster Returns)
  • Sabrina Bryan as Pamela Hamster (Hooray for Hamsterwood, Pamela Hamster Returns, Bea Sneaks Out )
  • Richard Steven Horvitz as Ninja (Milo Gets a Ninja)
  • Chris Parnell as Swirlies Announcer (Fishing for Compliments: The Albert Glass Story)
  • Eva Amurri as Bleak Molly (The Dark Side of the Fish)
  • George Takei as Bird (Flying Fish, Halloween Haul)
  • Kevin Michael Richardson as Dave the Cave Fish (Peopleing)
  • Ozzy Osbourne as the Earth Troll (Legend of the Earth Troll)
  • Kari Wahlgren as the Freshwater High Cheerleaders (some episodes from Underwater Boy to Break Up, Shake Down)
  • Jerry O'Connell as Sterling Hamsterton (Pamela Hamster Returns)
  • Busy Philipps as Clamanda (We've Got Fish Spirit)
  • Jeff Bennett as Humble Harry (Good Times at Pupu Goodtimes)
  • Daran Norris as the Mayor (Run Oscar, Run)
  • April Winchell as Lady Eelbottom (Oscar Makes an Impression)
  • Dee Bradley Baker as Attila (Adventures in Fish Sitting)
  • Doug Brochu as Lonnie (Banned Band)
  • Bobcat Goldthwait as Fish Santa (Merry Fishmas, Milo), Pillow (Milo and Oscar Move In)
  • Fred Tatasciore as Cabbie (Bea becomes an Adult Fish)
  • Carlos Alazraqui as Mr. Caliente (Hooray for Hamsterwood)
  • Rob Paulsen as Magic Hamster Mirror (Hooray for Hamsterwood)
  • Wallace Shawn as Rat King (Guys' Night Out)

Awards and nominations[]

Year Association Category Nominee Result
2011 Environmental Media Awards Children's Television "Legend of the Earth Troll" Nominated
BAFTA Awards - International Favorite TV Show - Won
2012 Annie Awards Writing in a Television Production Blake Lemons
William Reiss
C.H. Greenblatt
Derek Evanick
Diana Lafyatis
for "Fish School Musical"
Nominated
Kids' Choice Awards Argentina Best Animated Series - Nominated

Trivia[]

  • Fish Hooks was the first Disney Channel original animated series to premiere in the 2010's.
  • A revival was at one point planned for Disney+ in 2020, but Kyle Massey's criminal charges prevented them from happening. This combined with accusations of Justin Roiland in 2023 have made any attempt to revisit the show practically impossible.[1]
  • C.H. Greenblatt and William Reiss had previously worked on Nickelodeon's SpongeBob SquarePants, which is also set underwater.

Video[]

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References[]

External links[]

Wikipedia
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Fish Hooks logo
Media
Fish Hooks
Characters
Milo FishtoothOscar FishtoothBea GoldfishbergMr. BaldwinFreshwater High CheerleadersJocktopusPiranhicaJumbo ShrimpAlbert GlassBo GregorySteve JacksonJames SardineHugh EdmundsonRandy PinchersonKoiEsmargotFinberleyShellseaBlandaClamanthaClamandaPass, Punt, and FumbleRazor V. DoomGoth FishAngela Fishberger • Michael • Dan and Ann ChoviePamela Hamster • Geckos • Earth Troll • SnakeMouse
Episodes
Season One: Bea Stays in the PictureFish Sleepover PartyFish Out of WaterDoris Flores GorgeousUnderwater BoyHappy Birthfish, JocktopusBea Becomes an Adult FishDoggonitQueen BeaFail FishFunny FishBaldwin the Super FishDances with Wolf FishHooray for HamsterwoodThe Tale of Sir Oscar FishMilo Gets a NinjaDropsy!Fishing for Compliments: The Albert Glass StoryBig FishThe Dark Side of the FishDollars and FishFish FloatersFlying FishTwo Clams in LovePeopleingLegend of the Earth TrollParasite FrightPamela Hamster ReturnsRiding in Cars with FishMilo's Big IdeaMascotastropheGood Morning, FreshwaterDiary of a Lost FishWe've Got Fish SpiritRun, Oscar, RunGood Times at PuPu GoodtimesOscar Makes an ImpressionFish School MusicalEmployee DiscountHalloween HaulFish Talent Show

Season Two: Bea's CommercialHairanoidAdventures in Fish-SittingBanned BandMerry Fishmas, MiloMilo on the LamBreak Up, Shake DownJust One of the FishRock Lobster YetiSpoiler AlertBea Dates MiloOscar's Secret AdmirerSixteen ClamandlesSend Me an Angel FishScience Fair Detective MysteryGuys' Night OutBea Sneaks OutBusy Bea: Rise of the MachinesSo-fish-ticatedMilo and Oscar Move InOscar is a PlayaLittle Fish SunshineAll Fins on DeckCattlefish, Ho!Brothers' DayUnfinished Doll BusinessMilo's Magical ShakeSpiders BitePrincipal BeaFish at WorkChicks Dig VampiresFish Lips Sink ShipsBea's Birthday SurpriseGet a Yob!Fuddy Duddy Study BuddyFish FlakesSuper Extreme Grandma Games to the MaxKoi StorySee Bea SkiNight at the LoxburyFish Prom
Season Three: Milo vs. MiloEverything but the Chicken SinkLive at the Hamsterwood BowlA Charity Fair to RememberBye Bye Bea BeaGlass Man StandingSouth PafishicUnresolved FishuesFreshwater Five-OPool Party PanicLabor of LoveAssignment: BabiesHare and Back AgainMilo's PonyThe Brandon BubbleJocktopizzaHats AmoreCamp CampAlgae DayBea Saves a TreeSurfing the InterwetDon't Let the Fish Drive the Party BusMilo in a CupFish TacoI Have This Friend...Brothers of a FeatherFreshwater LivesThe Big Woo

Locations
Bud's Pets • Freshwater High • Fish Mall • Hamsterwood


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