Give Little Audrey Her Narcolepsy Back

Having watched the first episode of Harvey Street Kids, I see that Little Audrey does not have her narcolepsy from the original Famous shorts back.

This trait was removed when Harvey adapted the shorts to comic books, and she eventually settled into being the "normal" member of the Harvey cast of characters.

With DreamWorks having revived Audrey, Dot, and Lotta, and retaining Dot and Lotta's quirks, I ask: GIVE LITTLE AUDREY HER NARCOLEPSY BACK

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  • I've learned to tolerate drama...except on the boat
    IN THIS EPISODE - "While You Weren't Sleeping" - AUDREY SAYS SHE'LL SLEEP WHEN ALL HER AWESOMENESSING IS DONE

    SOME NARCOLEPTIC
  • The moonlight is the message of love.
    Maybe this isn't the original Little Audrey, but her granddaughter who is also named Audrey.
  • IN THIS WORLD IT'S MILK OR BE MILKED
    Maybe They Just Didn't Care
  • I've learned to tolerate drama...except on the boat

    Maybe this isn't the original Little Audrey, but her granddaughter who is also named Audrey.

    Maybe! This would also explain why Little Dot is black now...

    Maybe They Just Didn't Care

    who knows

    I haven't read enough of the comics these characters hail from, though I keep meaning to
  • The moonlight is the message of love.
    Anonus said:

    Maybe this isn't the original Little Audrey, but her granddaughter who is also named Audrey.

    Maybe! This would also explain why Little Dot is black now...
    And why she has a personality beyond being worryingly obsessed with polka dots
  • Now they know how many holes it takes to fill the Albert Hall.
    Does Little Dot still have wacky relatives in this one?

    That's, like, the one thing I know about her.
  • I've learned to tolerate drama...except on the boat
    there are no adults shown, at least yet
  • I've learned to tolerate drama...except on the boat
    that means no Aunt Haff Nelson
  • The moonlight is the message of love.
    Honestly I kinda like it that way. I've always liked children's fiction that depicts kids having their own little society independent of the adults in their lives.
  • Now they know how many holes it takes to fill the Albert Hall.

    Honestly I kinda like it that way. I've always liked children's fiction that depicts kids having their own little society independent of the adults in their lives.

    Grunkle Stan, though.
  • Maybe this isn't the original Little Audrey, but her granddaughter who is also named Audrey.

    *sits in rocking chair and complains about the cool new hip kid with a boombox who knocked him off his perch on top of some palm trees and is also his grandson*
  • The moonlight is the message of love.
    I vote we make this the official Harvey Street Kids thread
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