Watched Zootopia again...
1. I love how Bellwether talks to Mrs. Otterton like a friend while having knowingly turned her husband into a mindless savage and she was still none-the-wiser. Master manipulator Bellwether.
2. To be fair to Hopps, it’s technically possible that more than a day had passed since her hiring date when Act 2 begins, but it was about a week at absolute most, because Emmitt was only missing for ten days–which is a week and a half, not two weeks as Nick claimed, to be fair to Bogo–and had already been reported missing to the ZPD by Judy’s first day. Even if we assume it was a week, she was still being quite impatient.
3. Chief Bogo’s expression in the scene where Clawhauser is moved to records is hard to get a read on, but, contextually it seems most likely to be a world-weary expression.
4. Ok, so maybe in the ending dance, Clawhauser doesn’t really “throw” himself at Chief Bogo so much as just “aim” himself at him, but still unsubtle flirting.
4. I wish Flash, Mr. Big, and Gideon were considered for portrait billing. They earned it just as much as Duke Weaselton did, even if Yax, Gazelle, and Mrs. Otterton earned it through sheer star power alone, and aside from the ones who did get portrait billing and “young Judy”, they were the highest billed characters on the cast list.
5. I’m definitely a bigger WildeHopps shipper when I am currently watching Zootopia than I am when producing and consuming fanworks. Which, again, is exactly how I felt about Maxanne in A Goofy Movie and its fandom, even though Judy is way more interesting than Roxanne and Nick is comparable to Max but with a more sympathetic backstory.