Harvey Beaks is an Nickelodeon cartoon created by C. H. Greenblatt. The series aired in 2015 up until 2017.
A mild-mannered young bird and his best friends, a pair of rambunctious siblings called Fee and Foo, seek adventure and mischief in the magical forest that they call home.
Why It Deserves Freedom Forever
- Amazing and solid animation done by Yeson Entertainment.
- Likable characters, especially the optimistic, open-minded Harvey himself. As for Fee and Foo, they keep Harvey from being too perfect, but they know when to reel him in when he goes too far. This is the example of a perfect group of friends.
- Decent jokes.
- The background design is beautiful.
- The character designs themselves are cute and easy on the eyes. Since they were done by C. H. Greenblatt (The guy who did Chowder), the character designs can also be creative.
- Harvey is a brilliant role model. He'll step out of his comfort zone just to help his friends, which is a good message to anyone.
- Beautiful soundtrack, and the theme song is too beautiful.
- Interesting adventures in well-written episodes.
- Apart from Harvey's character alone (see WIDFF #6), this show teaches very good morals.
- The plot, while simple, also gives a lot of opportunities for imaginative shenanigans.
- Well-paced, and doesn't try hard to be outrageous or to be the one cartoon that stands out.
- Teaches kids about the wonders of the world.
- Brought Nickelodeon back to its rightful fame, especially after the show that made them go downhill.
- Mild overuse of fart jokes.
- The stories can get repetitive and the show in general can get formulaic.
- It's not for the easily annoyed.
- The usually likable characters can be unnecessarily loud at times.
- Dade can be unlikable at some points.
- It got cancelled after only Two seasons.
- Chowder appears in one episode as a cameo, although he belongs to Cartoon Network, not Nickelodeon.