|This baby bird needs help. Lumpy's up for it!|
|Aired:||June 18, 2009|
|Episode List:||Internet Season 3|
|All Flocked Up(03:34)|
|Previous Episode||Wrath of Con|
|Next Episode||Something Fishy|
"All Flocked Up" is an episode of the Happy Tree Friends internet series, the eighth of the third season, and sixty-second overall.
HTF Episode DescriptionEdit
Hilarity ensues when Lumpy’s bird-brained attempts to replace a wayward chick to its nest turn “fowl!”
Lumpy is walking through the forest when suddenly a baby bird falls out of the sky. Lumpy scoops up the baby bird and tries to put it back in the nest. Unfortunately, the bird's nest sits atop a branch high up the tree.
Later, Lumpy stands on a scissor lift with the baby bird in a small pouch on his chest. Lumpy looks at the control system and sighs in frustration, as the levers are extremely difficult to handle. He pulls a lever and the lift sends him flying up into the air, whereupon he hits his head on the branch that the baby birds are nesting on. He hoists himself up to deliver the bird to its nest. He uses the control panel as a 'leg-up' and accidentally moves one of the switches, quickly lowering the scissor platform. As he goes down, his nose scrapes against the side of the tree. He arrives at the ground where he lifts up his head to find that that his nose has been worn down from the friction.
Lumpy, with bandages tied around his nose, tries again with a pair of scissors and some balloons tied to a chair anchored to the ground. He snips the rope holding the chair to the ground and the chair lifts off. He laughs as he ascends to the branch, but ends up missing it and floating even higher. He grabs a sling-shot from his pocket and attempts to pop some of the balloons. He misses and hits Toothy, who is tarring his roof. The ammo hits him in the back of the head and he falls face first in the tar, causing the skin on his face to get torn off when he stands up screaming.
Lumpy realizes he has missed the balloon and frowns. He pulls out the scissors again and cuts one balloon string, causing the entire chair to fall quickly. Lumpy falls out of the chair, causing it to begin rising again. Lumpy, falling to his death, grabs onto a tree branch. The force of his fall, however, breaks his arm off from his hand, his tendons connecting the two together. His fingers begin slipping, so Lumpy pulls on his tendons to keep his fingers clamped around the branch.
He looks over and notices that the nest is right next to him, so he bites down on his tendons and reaches for the branch with the baby in hand. Two of his tendons snap as the bird rejoins the nest. Lumpy smiles happily, but falls as his last tendon has broken. Lumpy falls to his death, splattering to pieces as he hits the ground. Shortly after, the baby bird falls to the ground again. It bites down on one of Lumpy's tendons as a shadow approaches and The Mole reaches towards it. The Mole climbs up to the branch and puts Lumpy's heart in the nest instead of the baby bird.
Birds of a feather flock together!
- Lumpy is splattered when he hits the ground after falling from a high tree branch.
- Lumpy's snout is scraped off.
- Toothy's face is burnt by hot tar.
- Lumpy's arm breaks after cutting all but one balloon.
- Lumpy's antlers change directions several times throughout the episode.
- Although the people in Happy Tree Friends have three fingers and a thumb on each hand, (typical cartoon illustrations), when Lumpy's nose is scraping against the tree, one of his hands had four fingers and a thumb.
- It is shown in Just Desert and The Carpal Tunnel of Love that Lumpy's skull is extended to his snout. When his snout is scraped off, bone cannot be seen.
- Lumpy's antlers pass through his exposed tendons several times.
- In many episodes, when Lumpy's brain is shown, it is extremely tiny (a sign of Lumpy's stupidity), however, when Lumpy dies, his brain comes out and it is normal size.
- When Lumpy grabs onto the tree branch, while his arm is breaking off, his hand isn't holding the tree correctly.
- Lumpy uses his right hand to grab onto the tree branch, but after he dies, his left hand falls down.
- Toothy can be audibly heard after his face lands in the tar, however, Warren Graff wasn't credited under 'voices' and Lumpy usualy has 6 teeth but at the start of the episode when he opens his mouth he has none and when he picks up the bird he has 3.
- Even though Wrath of Con (previous episode) and Something Fishy (next episode) use the "Now in Glorious... HIGH DEFINITION!" intro, this one doesn't have it, even though a "stretching" noise is heard; that being when the screen would expand into High-Def.
- Despite there being a pre-release picture of Lumpy holding a giant toothbrush, it never actually made it into the final cut. (writer, Warren Graff posted a comment on sneak-peek page saying that he didn't remember the giant toothbrush in the script "What the hell is that toothbrush for??? I don't remember that in the script!!!") The giant toothbrush can, however, be seen in the background next to a clump of trees before Lumpy floats up to the branch with the balloons.
- Toothy's injury is similar to Cub's injury in A Sucker for Love, Pt. One and Petunia's death in Flippin' Burgers.
- Lumpy's arm injury is similar to Toothy's eye injury in Eye Candy.
- Lumpy's death is similar to Handy's death in See What Develops.
- Writer, Kenn Navarro said on the "Burn After Reading" page (p2) that Handy was going to be in Toothy's place, but was changed to Toothy because he has hands and wanted to make it clear that he was tarring his roof. He felt it was important to see somebody pushing the broom around, something that Handy wouldn't be able to do (also seeing how Warren Graff is the voice actor for both Toothy and Handy, it wouldn't take much effort to change from Handy to Toothy).
- This is the only time Lumpy dies from falling from a huge height, in other episodes when he falls from a huge height he only gets injured.
- A HTF flash game named This Game is All Flocked Up is based on this episode.
- All Flocked Up is the phrase that can be used as "All F***ed Up", which can be vulgar.
- There are no female characters in this episode.