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Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! (2006-2010) is a children's animated show created in Adobe Flash and aired on Nick Jr.. The show is named after the Catch Phrase for the three main characters, "Wow! Wow!" and the main character Wubbzy.

The show centers on Wubbzy, an anthropomorphic rodent with a long, flexible tail. His best friends often get in on the action, the pink rabbit Widget, who is a Gadgeteer Genius, and the blue wallaby Walden, who is the Smart Guy. In season two, they were joined by Daizy, a dog-like girl who acts as The Chick.

Tropes used in Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! include:
  • Accidental Hero: After Wubbzy plays chase with a friendly dinosaur in "Wubbzy the Hero", the town believes that he saved them by chasing a dangerous dinosaur away.
  • Added Alliterative Appeal: Wow! Wow! Wow!
  • Alphabetical Theme Naming: Wubbzy, Walden and Widget. Daizy breaks the pattern.
  • An Aesop: Besides the obvious Aesops that often end cartoons, the musical segments that follow the cartoons usually reinforce the lesson.
  • Attack of the 50 Foot Whatever: Appropriately, the episode "Attack Of The 50-foot Fleegle."
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: Wubbzy asks the viewers of the show in the first short to play hide and seek with him and the screen moves as you "look" for Wubbzy thereby breaking the fourth wall.
  • Catch Phrase: Besides "Wow! Wow!," Widget also uses "No problemo!", "<Convienent item needed> 3000." and "That's not supposed to happen." Walden also uses "Yes, yes, yes!" and "Very interesting!" Daizy is prone to saying, "Lavender lollipops!"
  • Chekhov's Gun: As the gang runs around the new Wubb Club in "The Wubb Club", Wubbzy spills his glass everywhere they go. When the structure is about to fall over this helps them find their way out.
  • The Chick: Daizy. Except for liking "kickety kick ball," Daizy prefers more feminine pursuits. Daizy does not appear in the first season; in episodes after her introduction she is hilariously wedged into the title song by changing the line "and when they're together the fun never ends" to "and when they're with Daizy the fun never ends". Why she was added in isn't clear. Maybe the creators wanted a character who was more obviously a girl than Widget, who is pink but spends all of her (?) time building giant robots.
  • Consolation World Record: In one episode.
  • Evil Lawyer Joke: Wubbzy considers wearing a lawyer costume for Halloween to scare people.
  • Exactly What It Says on the Tin: Taken Up to Eleven with such things as the kickety-kick ball.
  • Excited Show Title
  • Fanwork Ban: Blacklisted for Youtube Poop takedowns.
  • Funny Animal: All of the characters are anthropomorphic animals who live in houses and (mostly) wear clothing. Interestingly, it's really not clear what animals they are supposed to be. Wubbzy is a--yellow square thing, who might be a gerbil or hedgehog. Widget kind of looks like a rabbit, but that's mostly her long ears. Walden's species isn't clear at all. Daizy looks vaguely like a dog.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Widget
  • Girlish Pigtails: Daisy
  • Green Aesop: Wubbzy and the gang have to deal with an excess of plastic bottles in Wuzzleburg in "All Bottled Up".
  • Inept Mage: "Wubbzy's Magical Mess-Up"
  • Ink Suit Actor: Jann Carl as "Jann Starl".
  • Karma Houdini: The beavers.
    • In "Daizy's Purple Thumb" they steal all the produce from Daizy's garden and get away with it.
    • In "The Wubb Club" they deliberately gnaw away a support post for the new Wubb Club, toppling and destroying it, and they get away with that too.
  • Literal Metaphor: In "Lights, Camera, Wubbzy!" the guy directing the Wubb Girls movie asks Wubbzy to be in it, and says "How would you like to be a big star?". It turns out Wubbzy's part is as an actual star in the sky.
  • The Man in the Moon: In "Wubb Girls Rule" he's taking a nap. In "Fly Us to the Moon", he oversleeps, causing the night sky to be present at 8 a.m.
  • Match Cut: "Walden is his friend, he's really smart, he knows about science [cut] and books [cut] and art..."
  • Me's a Crowd: "Too Many Wubbzys"
  • Miracle-Gro Monster: Wubbzy's pet fleegle in "Attack of the 50 Foot Fleegle."
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: In "Hoop Dreamz" Wubbzy meets a "hoopty-hoop" player who wears #23 and is named "Jam-Jam James".
  • Official Couple: Wubbzy and Daizy, perhaps?
  • Omnidisciplinary Scientist: Walden.
  • Performance Anxiety: Wubbzy is stricken with fear when he has to sing onstage in "The Great Wuzzlewood Concert".
  • Robot Me: Widget makes a robot twin in "Gidget the Super-Robot".
  • Rocket Ride: Wubbzy by accident in "All Bottled Up".
  • Rube Goldberg Device: Widget is prone to these, making enormously complicated devices to straighten a picture frame or clean Walden's glasses.
  • Running Gag: That's kooookeeee...
  • Shout-Out: Come on, it can't be a coincidence that one cartoon was titled "Welcome to The Dollhouse", can it?
    • Many other shout-outs througout the series. In an episode where Wubbzy is giant-sized he goes to see a movie called "The Very Big Monkey" that is an obvious goof on King Kong. In another he briefly wears an Iron Man costume.
    • In "Lights, Camera, Wubbzy!", after getting a round of applause for his appearance in a movie, Wubbzy says "They like me! They really like me!".
  • Shrink Ray: "Welcome to the Dollhouse"
  • The Smart Guy: Walden
  • Special Guest: Beyoncé, Ty Pennington (of Extreme Home Makeover fame), Michelle Kwan (Olympic figure skater), entertainment reporter Jann Carl, and Tiki Barber (ex NFL Running Back, although Tiki only gets about four lines in his episode.)
  • Take My Hand: "Wubbzy's Big Makeover"
  • Talent Contest: "Wuzzleburg Idol"
  • That's No Moon: Played with.

 Walden: That's not a star, Wubbzy. That's a comet.

All Three Friends: A COMET?!?