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(It's possible he also has Multiple Personality Disorder as a result of his experience in war, judging from him basically becoming someone else in most of his appearances and the few instances he resisted his evil side during Double Whammy and Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow, much like a Dr. In the early internet shorts, his teeth simply became crooked.
There has even been one instance where his eyes became small, circular, and with a light blue iris (Remains to be Seen).
However, in Double Whammy Part I, (and possibly Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow, when he resists his evil side for the first time) he finally realizes his problem and goes to Lumpy the psychiatrist for answers. At the end of the episode Autopsy Turvy (Double Whammy Part II), Flippy finally cures his post-traumatic stress disorder, but is run over soon after by a chicken truck.
He appears to be good friends with Flaky, as they are shown doing activities together like playing hide and seek, and going camping.
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Distinctive dishes created with the freshest ingredients. Established in Guntersville by owners Brandon and Joey Duncan in June 2009, we're a Southern gourmet restaurant with a commitment to consistency.Flippy also appears to be an extremely heavy sleeper, as seen in Easy For You to Sleigh and Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow. When he does die, his deaths usually involve vehicles, machinery, Lumpy, and explosions. He flips out for the very first time when he hides inside his comrade's dead body to avoid being killed by the Tiger Army. The only episodes where Flippy dies are Happy Trails Pt.Most likely, the first time he flipped out, he did it because his consciousness needed to protect him, so his instinct told him to fight or flee, and he fought. Journal and the regular Happy Tree Friends series (unless these episodes, like the regular Happy Tree Friends series, revert everything back to original at the start of each new episode). 2: Jumping the Shark, Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow, Autopsy Turvy (Double Whammy Part II), Without a Hitch, and Breaking Wind (Debatable).If he is in his evil state, he (along with Lumpy, The Mole, Cro-Marmot and Nutty) doesn't have Pac-Man shaped pupils. Although Flippy can be the most cruel and dangerous character in Happy Tree Friends when "flipped out", in his normal state, he is considered to be one of the most sociable and one of the kinder characters.This is proven in several episodes where he is seen doing social activities with some of the other characters, such as going to the movies and playing hide and seek.The Blurb version of Remains to be Seen also states that he is allergic to chocolate and candy corn. Journal, part of the Happy Tree Friends Action Series: Ka-Pow! According to the first episode, Flippy was originally not a particularly good soldier.