Somewhere in the world, there is a workshop owned by a an inventor named Doc and his Dog, Sprocket. While Doc spends his days coming up with new ideas, Sprocket is peering into a large hole in the baseboard. He knows that something lives behind the wall. Through the hole and down the tunnel, hidden from everyday reality, are brightly lit caves filled with wonderful creatures. This land, bound together by Magic, is called Fraggle Rock. The most notable of the creatures who inhabit this beautiful place are the Fraggles. Fraggles are furry, have tails, and come in all sorts of colors. The Fraggles spend their days laughing, splashing, running, singing, playing games, and telling jokes. They live by a simple care-free code.

Fraggle Rock - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 1983-01-10

Fraggle Rock - List of Fraggle Rock characters - Netflix

Below is a list of characters that appear in Fraggle Rock and its animated spin-off.

Fraggle Rock - Doozers - Netflix

Within Fraggle Rock lives a second species of small humanoid creatures, the pudgy, green, ant-like Doozers. Standing only 4 inches (0.33 ft) tall (knee-high to a Fraggle), Doozers in a sense represent anti-Fraggles; their lives are dedicated to work and industry. Doozers spend much of their time busily constructing all manner of scaffolding throughout Fraggle Rock using miniature construction equipment and wearing hard-hats and work boots. No one but the Doozers themselves seem to understand the actual purpose of their intricate and beautiful constructions. Often they accompany their building with marching songs and various Doozer chants. To ensure that they always have a steady stream of work to do, Doozers build their constructions out of an edible candy-like substance (manufactured from radishes) which is greatly enjoyed by Fraggles. They actually want the Fraggles to eat their constructions because “architecture's supposed to be enjoyed” and also so they can go on to build again. This is essentially the only interaction between Doozers and Fraggles; Doozers spend most of their time building, and Fraggles spend much of their time eating Doozer buildings. They thus form an odd sort of symbiosis. In one episode, the flavor of the Doozer sticks is augmented by adding other flavors, such as tomato and mustard. This symbiosis becomes integral to the episode “The Preachification of Convincing John” where Mokey calls upon the Fraggles to stop eating the Doozers' constructions—because they spend so much time making them. Fraggle Rock quickly fills with constructions and the Doozers have no space left in which to build. After running out of space, the Doozers finally decide to move on to a new area because the Fraggles won't eat their constructions, and there is even a tragic scene with a mother explaining to her daughter that Doozers must build or they will die, and so they must find a new place to live where they can build and hopefully find Fraggles who will eat their constructions. Overhearing this, Mokey realizes that she has inadvertently disrupted a vital symbiotic relationship through ignorant good intentions. As a result, Mokey frantically rescinds her prohibition and encourages the Fraggles to gorge on the structures – just in time to persuade the Doozers to stay. At one point a series of Fraggle Rock books appeared, one entitled “The Legend of the Doozer Who Didn't.” This book details the story of a Doozer who went against Doozer tradition when he stopped working and going to school. According to this book, a Doozer who doesn't “do” becomes a Fraggle – though “All Work And All Play,” a second-season episode of the show, unmasks this as merely a story that Doozer parents tell their children to teach them the value of hard work: no Doozer seriously believes it. The series had several episodes that featured a young female Doozer named Cotterpin as a main character. All of the Doozers were designed by Michael K. Frith and their mechanical bodies were built by Faz Fazakas. Angle Doozer - Architect Doozer (performed by Jerry Nelson in the live-action series, voiced by Townsend Coleman in the animated series) – The designs all of the Doozers' constructions. He also becomes Cotterpin's mentor in the episode “All Work and All Play”. Board Doozer - Bolt Doozer – Exclusive to the animated series, Bolt Doozer debuted in the episode “The Great Radish Roundup” where he was among the Doozers that were displeased that the Gorgs had replaced their radish crops with Banoony Berries. Bulldoozer (performed by Tim Gosley) Cotterpin Doozer (performed by Kathryn Mullen in the live-action series, voiced by Mona Marshall in the animated series) – Cotterpin is a rather rebellious young Doozer who has a stubborn streak. She hates working and building (unlike the other Doozers) and states she would rather be a Fraggle. Cotterpin enjoys drawing, and actually was able to become Architect's apprentice. Though seen as a Baby Doozer in “The Great Radish Famine,” she was introduced in “All Work and All Play” when she rejected the pressure placed on her to take the helmet, and ran away to become a Fraggle. Cotterpin met and befriended Red Fraggle at this time, though Cotterpin finally realized that she couldn't become a Fraggle since she can't do what Red Fraggle could do. However, Architect Doozer understood her plight, as he himself was once in her shoes, and allowed her to “take the drawing board” rather than the helmet. She still maintains a friendship with Red, Wembley, and Boober. Crosscut Doozer (performed by Kathryn Mullen) – Crosscut is a Doozer welder and a member of Flange's work team. Crusty Doozer (performed by Steve Whitmire) – Originally one of the Doozers left behind in the Cavern of Lost Dreams (the original Doozer Cave) alongside Yeaster Doozer. Derrick Doozer - Drillbit Doozer – He was mentioned by Cotterpin in the episode “Boober and the Glob.” Flex Doozer (performed by Richard Hunt) – He gets covered by Boober's lucky hat in the episode “You Can't Do That Without a Hat.” Flange Doozer (performed by Steve Whitmire in the live-action series, Patrick Pinney in the animated series) – Flange is Cotterpin's father and often works as a Doozer foreman. Granny Cantilever Doozer – The grandmother of Cotterpin Doozer and mother of Wingnut Doozer. Hammerhead Doozer - Judge Gavel Doozer (performed by Karen Prell) – Judge Gavel Doozer presides over Cotterpin's trial as seen in “The Trial of Cotterpin Doozer.” Bailiff Doozer (performed by Mike Peterson) – Bailiff Doozer works for Judge Gavel Doozer and is involved in Cotterpin's trial as seen in “The Trial of Cotterpin Doozer.”

Lock Doozer – He is one of the Doozers eaten by The Glob. Lugnut Doozer (voiced by Bob Bergen) – Exclusive to the animated series, Lugnut Doozer debuted in the episode “What the Doozers Did.” He and Rhinestone Doozer objected to what he perceived as Cotterpin Doozer's failure to have the glue for one of the Doozer Constructions be sticky enough as Cotterpin was working on her first floating Doozer Construction. He and Rhinestone changed their minds when the floodwaters came into Fraggle Rock. Modem Doozer (performed by Karen Prell) – Modem is Wrench Doozer's mother and an occasional Doozer forewoman, which at least once led to a rivalry with Flange. Protractor Doozer – Exclusive to the animated series, Protractor Doozer debuted in the episode “The Great Radish Roundup.” He serves as the Doozers' mathematician where he calculates on how many Banoony Berries it would take to make the Gorgs sick of them. Rhinestone Doozer (voiced by Rob Paulsen) – Exclusive to the animated series, Rhinestone Doozer debuted in the episode “What the Doozers Did.” He and Lugnut Doozer objected to what he perceived as Cotterpin Doozer's failure to have the glue for one of the Doozer Constructions be sticky enough as Cotterpin was working on her first floating Doozer Construction. He and Lugnut changed their minds when the floodwaters came into Fraggle Rock. Rotary Doozer (performed by Sandra Shamas) Scoop Doozer – Scoop Doozer is a Doozer who appears in the second season Fraggle Rock episode “Doozer Is As Doozer Does”. Scoop is one of Turbo Doozer's cronies, who helps pressure Wrench Doozer into flooping, against his own judgment. Spanner Doozer - Tumbrell Doozer (performed by Gord Robertson) – Tumbrell Doozer tries to get Judge Gavel Doozer to get rid of Cotterpin as Architect Doozer's apprentice as seen in “The Trial of Cotterpin Doozer.” Turbo Doozer (performed by Richard Hunt) – Turbo Doozer introduces Wrench to flooping, which is a dangerous pastime because it causes hiccups, a potentially disastrous condition for Doozers given their small size. Tweezer Doozer – Tweezer Doozer is a Doozer who works at Turbo's team, which was Tower Team F, until the Architect Doozer made it Support Squad A. Wingnut Doozer (performed by Karen Prell in the live-action series, voiced by Barbara Goodson in the animated series) – Wingnut Doozer is Cotterpin's mother. Wrench Doozer (performed by Dave Goelz in the live-action series, voiced by Townsend Coleman in the animated series) – Wrench Doozer is Cotterpin's best friend and Modem Doozer's son. Yeaster Doozer (performed by Sandra Shamas) – Yeaster is one of the Doozers originally left behind in the Cavern of Lost Dreams (the original Doozer Cave) alongside Crusty Doozer.

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