The Angry Beavers
Synopsis of Saturday Morning Show
There comes a time in every young beaver’s life when the old dam just isn’t a home any more. For Norbert and Daggett, the stars of Nickelodeon’s The Angry Beavers, that could mean only one thing: Bachelor Pad!!!
In the first Angry Beavers episode, Mrs. Beaver delivered a new litter of beaver pups, and there just wasn’t room for everyone. As the oldest, Norb and Dag were forced to move out and build a dam of their own. The two were definitely an odd couple—Norb was the cool, confident older one (by four minutes), while Dag was a hyperactive, impatient loudmouth with a fondness for hurling insults like “weasel weenie” and “spoothead.”
Putting the two together was a disaster in the making, and the boys didn’t disappoint. Between the constant bickering and Dag’s wacky plans—learning martial arts, getting elected Forest Ranger, masquerading as “Muscular Beaver,” etc.—there were more than enough problems to keep the kids at home entertained. The rest of the cast included baby sisters Stacey and Chelsea, Barry the Bear (a Barry White clone), Truckee the truck-driving shrew, Treeflower, Bing, Big Rabbit, and a stump named Stump.
Equal parts The Odd Couple and Ren & Stimpy, The Angry Beavers was a hit with the Nick crowd. After several seasons, Norb and Dag still roam the land in their one-of-a-kind beaver abode.
Release History10/7/96 - ? Nickelodeon
TV Sub Categoriesanimated
Television CastNorbert Nick Bakay
Daggett Richard Horwitz
Barry the Bear John Garry
Truckee Mark Klastorin
Treeflower Cynthia Mann
Bing Victor Wilson
Stacey Stacey Schauer
Chelsea Chelsea Schauer
Scientist #1 Ed Winter