rocko wallaby

 * ; & EVERGLADES  — Sophomores

  • Dora Marquez and Belle Evans
  • Tiana Dupre and Miranda Killgallen
  • Chris Teacup and Bebe Proud
  • Pocahontas Xioban and Dot Warner
  • Cinnamon Jones and Jasmine Amrai
  • Jimmy Nunnally and Kion King
  • Kovu Lyon and Doug Fannie
  • Sasha Washington and Pan Son
  • Abigail Lincoln  and Cece Proud
  • Michiko Malandro and PepperAnn Pearson
  • Jade Henderson and Courtney Gripling
  • Pinky Emmanuelle and  Sharon Spitz

* ; & UNIVERSITY TOWERS  — Juniors

  • Lilo Pelekai, Kiara King, Princess Morbucks, Poof Fairywinkle-Cosma
  • Jane Lane, Jasmine Dubois, Monique Clyde, Karen Beechar
  • Satoshi Batista, Brick Flagg, Virgil Hawkins, Stitch Pelekai
  • Mego Harris, Vincent LaSalle, Lapis Roux, Arthur Read 
  • Rocko Wallaby, Naveen Armand, Buster Baxter, Goten Tran
  • Francine Frensky, Jodie Landon, Nazz Bartonschmeer, Blossom Utonium
  • Ron Stoppable, Ty McNutly, Robert Squarepants, Michael Mackenzie
  • Bubbles Utonium, Jodie Landon, Ashley Boulet, Bonnie Rockawller
  • Muffy Crosswire, Roxanne Dolores, Buttercup Utonium, Kim Possible
  • Mark Jones, Riley Freeman

* ; & KENDALL HALL — Seniors

  • Selina Kyle, Amethyst Summers, Debbie Thornberry, Rose Huntsman

  • Guts Hawkins, Diego Marquez, Nick Dean, Wade Wilson

  • Tracey Clarke, Helga Pataki, Star Johnson, Malina Mazzini 

  • Shego Harris, Cindy Vortex, Nala Rudo, Tabasco Jones

  • Siddeeq Massey, Danny Fenton, Gerald Johanssen, Tucker Foley 

  • Angelica Pickles, Judy Funnie, Veronica Lodge, Ursula Zephalopod
  • Trent Lane, Timmy Turner, Terry McNulty, Aladdin Sane 

  • Phillip Deville, Basil Jones

  • Cree Lincoln, Olei Gross, Trixie Carter, Paulina Sanchez
Dying Heritage: Furry Language Down to Less Than 200 Native Speakers

Most modern furries only know the old tongue by the loanwords that have survived in English; yiff, scritch, murr. And a few thousand intrepid furries hoping to get closer to their cultural heritage might even have reached a conversational level. But as recent as two hundred years ago, it was a different story.

In 1785, it was estimated there were 300,000 speakers of the furry language. It was during this time that the great literary works of our culture were written, such as Rocko The Wallaby Dandy, The Learned Mouse and the Fool, and The Conniving Carnival Caretaker: A Scoobert Hound Mystery. (Like so much of the literary wealth of Furry, they are known better by their English language adaptations.)

Revival efforts have met lukewarm success, partially owing to the complex system of glyphs in which Furry is written, such as :3 and *^w^*. Though it seems doubtful Furry will ever achieve the status it once held, now may be our last chance to learn Furry from living speakers, and at the risk of editorializing, it is vital that we do so. The day we lose our language is the day the words of our ancestors fall mute, and we will have no choice but to study The Looney Toons in the language of our fursecutors.
'Rocko’s Modern Life' TV movie greenlit at Nickelodeon

“EW has learned exclusively that Nickelodeon has greenlit a TV movie of Rocko’s Modern Life, the classic ‘90s animated Nicktoon created by Joe Murray.

The one-hour TV special will bring back all of the beloved characters in Rocko’s fictional city of O-Town. Murray will return as executive producer and co-director of the film, which will be produced out of Nickelodeon Animation Studios in Burbank.

“I’m very happy to be rejoining Rocko and my friends from O-Town again,” Murray said in a statement. “What I have found by bringing these characters back is that it’s not so much about nostalgia, but a sense that they still feel relevant and fresh to me, and after 20 years, they can’t wait to comment on modern life in the 21st century. They still have a lot to say.”

Rocko’s Modern Life ran for four seasons from 1993 to 1996 on Nickelodeon. The series followed the wildly ordinary (or ordinarily wild) life of a wallaby named Rocko, his dog Spunky, and his eccentric friends: Heffer, an idiotic steer; Filburt, a turtle with spectacular neuroses; and Mr. and Mrs. Bighead, a middle-aged amphibian couple. The show was known for its surreal aesthetic, copious double entendres, and widespread social satire – which one can only imagine will feel right at home in 2016.

No title, casting, or release date has been set yet for the Rocko’s Modern Life TV movie. ”