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  • today’s flockdraw was minimal + successful

    today’s flockdraw was minimal + successful

    1 year ago   •   64 notes   •   VIA: t-d-x   •   SOURCE: annethecatdetective
  • t-d-x:

3liza:

annethecatdetective:

To anyone not hanging out in Sweatshop right now, this makes no sense. We kind of invented a show with a terrible but highly entertaining premise…
This is the rookie cop who gets no respect, has to deal with graffiti, and in my mind, sounds like Steve Buscemi.

Sweatshop got a little out of hand last night.
Sweatshop got a little out of hand last night.

FURRY COPS: only on Fox
starring

Officer Bear.  Unlike every other member of the force, he’s not a furry.  He’s an actual bear.

Sgt. “Foxy” Huahua.  Bear’s partner for three years, her recent promotion has strained their already-tumultuous relationship.

The Chief.  Was a fighting cock for ten years before he joined the force, and kicked his way up he ranks like he used to kick his opponents to shreds.  A good man with a secret tender soul, the Chief is slow to anger, but keeps a firm hand on the reigns of his department.

Medical Examiner Tourquay “Buzz” Boussard has a weird sense of humor and a prodigious cologne collection.  Everyone likes him.

FURRY COPS!!

YOU’RE A LOOSE CANNON, BEAR!

COP DRAMA

Now we are all sons of bitches.

Officer Necks was first introduced in “Pachyderms of Endearment”, the twelfth episode of the seventh season, as an officer who assists Officers Bear and Huahua during a shootout. Originally a minor recurring character, Officer Necks became popular with the audience, and was used more frequently in later seasons, eventually becoming a main cast member in season ten. Officer Necks ultimately met an untimely end in “The Long Neck of the Law”, the third episode of season fourteen, when his throat was slit by the deranged serial killer “Laughing Jack” Hyena, kicking off a season-long storyline as the FURRY COPS tracked down the murderer of one of their own. Officer Bear visits his grave several times in later seasons, and a photograph of him hangs above Bear’s desk. Officer Necks returned in a surprise guest cameo in the sixteenth-season episode “The Thin Blue Lion”. After Officer Bear is shot and left for dead in an alley, he has a near-death experience where Officer Necks appears to him. The episode was nominated for an Emmy, for the closing scene between Officer Bear and his departed friend:BEAR: HUARRGH. GRRAHGG. GROOO GGHAGGHAHHH. RRRRRGGHG.NECKS: I know. I know, old buddy. And I wish you could. But we both know your place isn’t here.BEAR: HUAAARGGHGG. GRRRRRGGH. AWROOOGHA.NECKS: There are people back there who need you, Bear.BEAR: ARRRGHHHRAGH. GHRRRROARRRGH. NECKS: We’ll be together again someday, friend. But not today…BEAR: GROOOOOO…NECKS: Goodbye, old friend.[Officer Bear wakes up, grits his teeth, and gets back on his feet]BEAR: RRRRAARRRRRRRRRGH!

    t-d-x:

    3liza:

    annethecatdetective:

    To anyone not hanging out in Sweatshop right now, this makes no sense. We kind of invented a show with a terrible but highly entertaining premise…

    This is the rookie cop who gets no respect, has to deal with graffiti, and in my mind, sounds like Steve Buscemi.

    Sweatshop got a little out of hand last night.

    Sweatshop got a little out of hand last night.

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    FURRY COPS: only on Fox

    starring

    image

    Officer Bear.  Unlike every other member of the force, he’s not a furry.  He’s an actual bear.

    image

    Sgt. “Foxy” Huahua.  Bear’s partner for three years, her recent promotion has strained their already-tumultuous relationship.

    image

    The Chief.  Was a fighting cock for ten years before he joined the force, and kicked his way up he ranks like he used to kick his opponents to shreds.  A good man with a secret tender soul, the Chief is slow to anger, but keeps a firm hand on the reigns of his department.

    image

    Medical Examiner Tourquay “Buzz” Boussard has a weird sense of humor and a prodigious cologne collection.  Everyone likes him.

    image

    FURRY COPS!!

    image

    YOU’RE A LOOSE CANNON, BEAR!

    image

    COP DRAMA

    Now we are all sons of bitches.

    THE LONG NECK OF THE LAW

    Officer Necks was first introduced in “Pachyderms of Endearment”, the twelfth episode of the seventh season, as an officer who assists Officers Bear and Huahua during a shootout. Originally a minor recurring character, Officer Necks became popular with the audience, and was used more frequently in later seasons, eventually becoming a main cast member in season ten. Officer Necks ultimately met an untimely end in “The Long Neck of the Law”, the third episode of season fourteen, when his throat was slit by the deranged serial killer “Laughing Jack” Hyena, kicking off a season-long storyline as the FURRY COPS tracked down the murderer of one of their own. Officer Bear visits his grave several times in later seasons, and a photograph of him hangs above Bear’s desk. Officer Necks returned in a surprise guest cameo in the sixteenth-season episode “The Thin Blue Lion”. After Officer Bear is shot and left for dead in an alley, he has a near-death experience where Officer Necks appears to him. The episode was nominated for an Emmy, for the closing scene between Officer Bear and his departed friend:

    BEAR: HUARRGH. GRRAHGG. GROOO GGHAGGHAHHH. RRRRRGGHG.
    NECKS: I know. I know, old buddy. And I wish you could. But we both know your place isn’t here.
    BEAR: HUAAARGGHGG. GRRRRRGGH. AWROOOGHA.
    NECKS: There are people back there who need you, Bear.
    BEAR: ARRRGHHHRAGH. GHRRRROARRRGH.
    NECKS: We’ll be together again someday, friend. But not today…
    BEAR: GROOOOOO…
    NECKS: Goodbye, old friend.
    [Officer Bear wakes up, grits his teeth, and gets back on his feet]
    BEAR: RRRRAARRRRRRRRRGH!

    1 year ago   •   64 notes   •   VIA: annethecatdetective   •   SOURCE: annethecatdetective
  • annethecatdetective:

To anyone not hanging out in Sweatshop right now, this makes no sense. We kind of invented a show with a terrible but highly entertaining premise…
This is the rookie cop who gets no respect, has to deal with graffiti, and in my mind, sounds like Steve Buscemi.

Sweatshop got a little out of hand last night.
FURRY COPS: only on Fox
starring

Officer Bear.  Unlike every other member of the force, he’s not a furry.  He’s an actual bear.

Sgt. “Foxy” Huahua.  Bear’s partner for three years, her recent promotion has strained their already-tumultuous relationship.


The Chief.  Was a fighting cock for ten years before he joined the force, and kicked his way up he ranks like he used to kick his opponents to shreds.  A good man with a secret tender soul, the Chief is slow to anger, but keeps a firm hand on the reigns of his department.


Medical Examiner Tourquay “Buzz” Boussard has a weird sense of humor and a prodigious cologne collection.  Everyone likes him.


FURRY COPS!!


YOU’RE A LOOSE CANNON, BEAR!


COP DRAMA

    annethecatdetective:

    To anyone not hanging out in Sweatshop right now, this makes no sense. We kind of invented a show with a terrible but highly entertaining premise…

    This is the rookie cop who gets no respect, has to deal with graffiti, and in my mind, sounds like Steve Buscemi.

    Sweatshop got a little out of hand last night.

    FURRY COPS: only on Fox

    starring

    Officer Bear.  Unlike every other member of the force, he’s not a furry.  He’s an actual bear.

    Sgt. “Foxy” Huahua.  Bear’s partner for three years, her recent promotion has strained their already-tumultuous relationship.

    The Chief.  Was a fighting cock for ten years before he joined the force, and kicked his way up he ranks like he used to kick his opponents to shreds.  A good man with a secret tender soul, the Chief is slow to anger, but keeps a firm hand on the reigns of his department.

    Medical Examiner Tourquay “Buzz” Boussard has a weird sense of humor and a prodigious cologne collection.  Everyone likes him.

    FURRY COPS!!

    YOU’RE A LOOSE CANNON, BEAR!

    COP DRAMA