Why Isn’t Begley in Foamy the Squirrel That Often?
When a character gets stuck in a sticky situation, he is usually called “Begley.” Begley was once an apartment guest at Anchovie’s, but when the floor became sticky and the food grew too spicy, he left. He later joined the podcast crew. But why isn’t Begley in Foamy the Squirrel that often?
In “Foamy the Squirrel,” the British squirel Begley is a member of the notorious Foamy Card Cult. He wears a purple mohawk and enjoys video games and technology. Although he is an occasional character, his absence has become a running gag. Begley seems to get along best with Germaine, but this could just be because Pilz-E abused Begley’s tampons.
A recurring character in the series is the black squirrel, called Pilz-E. This squirrel is a cultural icon in American culture, and pulls the race card whenever necessary. He has even starred in his own rants, but appears less than his other two companions – Pilz-E and Germaine. It’s a shame, but the plot of the film does feature a black squirrel.
“Pilz-E” is a drug-addicted squirrel who frequently goes on rants. Foamy and Germaine are troubled by Pilz-E’s tendency to take everyone’s words literally and has a difficult time dealing with his drugged behavior. Foamy is not the only one with a problem with Pilz-E, as Germaine are the only two characters that Pilz-E never has any interactions with.
The title character of the show is a neurotic Jewish squirrel who has been diagnosed with every mental disease known to man. All of his diseases are transmissible among rodents. However, Pilz-E has hinted that half of his diseases are psychosomatic and are side effects of prescribed medication. Consequently, the show’s creators often use Pilz-E as an Author Tract to address the overuse of prescribed medication in modern society.
Anchovie Allcock, better known as “Pizza Guy,” is a failed pizza delivery boy who moved to New York after seeing Germaine on FaceNook. He has since worked in gyms and secretly photographed the two of them. Though he’s not in Foamy’s best interests, Anchovie still finds ways to interact with Germaine and the other characters in the series. In particular, Anchovie dislikes Foamy because he thinks he’s pathetic.
Foamy’s owner is Germaine Endez, a writer from New York who originally lives in her grandfather’s house in Connecticut. She struggles with publishing her poetry and experiments with witchcraft. Despite being an atheist, Germaine lasts for over a decade with Foamy. Germaine, Foamy’s owner, is often enraged and speaks the truth, but she does so in a deadpan manner. Foamy has hundreds of Berserk Buttons, which can be triggered by a gentle breeze. Her acorns are deadly.
Mammed Udi is a man from India who works as a tech support representative for an outsourced company. He offers poor solutions to problems and gets electrocuted by a shocky monkey. After five appearances, he is fired and works odd jobs to earn money. During downtime, he runs a pharmacy and is also a suicide hotline operator.
Foamy’s tech support guy Mammed Udi is a former prisoner who once abused Germaine. Dia is also married to a man named Begley. In actual episodes, however, they aren’t shown together, although they are mentioned in the Word of God. After being in prison for insulting the Queen of England, Germaine ditches Foamy.
Germaine isn’t in Foamy the Squirrel that often. While Germaine isn’t particularly attractive, she does appear to have a very humanistic view of the world. She is cynical, and would rather write poetry than play call girls or pornstars. Germaine is also open to hooking up with other women, but that would mean a very long T&A.
Germaine is Foamy’s main human friend. She is described as a goth. During the first half of the series, she had a big eyeball, but later on, she shortened it. In recent episodes, she has a lot of spooky powers and is a feminist. She is also often shown to be very angry because of the sexual exploitation of women, even though she is bisexual.
In a series about fictional squirrels, Joanna isn’t in Foamy the Squirrel’s life very often, but that doesn’t stop her from being a fun character. In the first book, Joanna is not mute, but her roommate Germaine is. Foamy and Germaine are best friends. They’ve been friends for over a decade, and Joanna still loves them despite her mute status.
Joanna’s notebook was stuffed into her car. She kept a list of book titles in it. The house stank of disinfectant. On the bed, there was a thin blue floral-print duvet with two crisp white pillows. The table by her bed held a lamp and an alarm clock. The closet door was empty except for ten wooden hangers. Joanna’s blue padded chair had been positioned so she could see a cemetery and a stormy sky.
Jessica Watson is a PHD holder from the University of Washington. She studied behavior and interaction between squirrels and has presented her research in several wildlife conferences including TWS Annual Conference in Winnipeg.