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Róquete Spaniel is one of the main characters of the 2008 Brazilian film and cartoon series As Aventuras de Gui & Estopa. She is the cousin of Cróquete.
Róquete, unlike the other regular characters, was a new character introduced in the last episode of the first season, "Prima Esnobe", and started appearing frequently from the third season onward.
Why She Sucks
- Róquete was an extremely unnecessary addition to the show, just like Iguilda (Gui's mother), Nerdson and other characters.
- Her name is laughable, as it's basically the English word "Rocket" written in the exact way it is pronounced in Portuguese. Furthermore, her name rhymes with the name of her cousin Cróquete.
- Her design is unoriginal, as she looks like a dog version of Judy Funnie from Doug, but without the glasses.
- The fact that she wears clothes is also disturbing if you think about it, since her friends and her cousin are also anthromorphic dogs and are practically naked!
- Her personality is poorly written: she is basically Daria Morgendorffer if she was a spoiled and snobbish rich girl who only cares about clothes and fashion.
- She is rude to her friends and even her cousin Cróquete, treating them like insignificant people.
- Ironically, in the episode "A Cabeça da Cróquete", it is revealed that Cróquete does not really like her.
- She often criticizes everything as outdated and out of fashion.
- As shown in the episode "O Blog da Róquete", she likes to write negative reviews for the internet speaking ill of people (including her friends) and films she hasn't even seen.
- She is spoiled and often manages to have things easily with her father.
- Her voice is annoying and dull.
- Her design gets even worse in the recent seasons, with very large eyes and a very thin body.
- Her dialogue making a joke about the fact that the episode was very short, claiming that if she knew that she wouldn't even appear in her debut episode, "Prima Esnobe" is funny.
- Her theme music is catchy.