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  • Monica DeVertebrae
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  • Monica DeVertebrae is the apatosaurus who lives next door to Earl and Fran Sinclair on Dinosaurs. She was voiced by Suzie Plakson and puppeteered by Julianne Buescher.
  • Monica DeVertebrae is the brontosaurus who lives next door to Earl and Fran on Dinosaurs. Introduced in the second season episode "Unmarried ... With Children," Monica is a career woman, a real estate agent selling the house next door. Monica also holds the distinction of being the first dinosaur to divorce her husband, deciding not to renew her marriage license. As a four-legged dinosaur (only her neck and head are ever shown), she often encounters racial prejudice.
  • Monica also holds the distinction of being the first dinosaur to divorce her husband, deciding not to renew her marriage license. As a four-legged dinosaur (only her neck and head are ever shown), she often encounters racial prejudice. Earl generally thinks of Monica as a radical, filling Fran's mind with wild ideas about independence. Her strong will and refusal to let dinosaur misogyny affect her role in the work place led to the "Sexual Harris" hearings in "What "Sexual Harris" Meant". Roy Hess has a crush on her, and in "Green Card," they briefly marry so Monica can stay in Pangaea.
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  • Good
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  • Being insulted, being offended
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Voice
Likes
  • Helping out, hanging out
Actor
Name
  • Monica DeVertebrae
Personality
  • Kind, friendly, nice, polite, helpful
Shows
  • Dinosaurs
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Note
  • voice
  • puppeteer
Performer
Home
Occupation
  • Real estate agent
Debut
  • 1991
Friends
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  • Monica DeVertebrae is the apatosaurus who lives next door to Earl and Fran Sinclair on Dinosaurs. She was voiced by Suzie Plakson and puppeteered by Julianne Buescher.
  • Monica also holds the distinction of being the first dinosaur to divorce her husband, deciding not to renew her marriage license. As a four-legged dinosaur (only her neck and head are ever shown), she often encounters racial prejudice. Earl generally thinks of Monica as a radical, filling Fran's mind with wild ideas about independence. Her strong will and refusal to let dinosaur misogyny affect her role in the work place led to the "Sexual Harris" hearings in "What "Sexual Harris" Meant". Roy Hess has a crush on her, and in "Green Card," they briefly marry so Monica can stay in Pangaea. Monica was the only "film-style" body-less puppet on set, requiring a team of 4-5 puppeteers to operate the massive cables needed to move her neck joints, steady the fulcrum, and roll her in and out of the window.
  • Monica DeVertebrae is the brontosaurus who lives next door to Earl and Fran on Dinosaurs. Introduced in the second season episode "Unmarried ... With Children," Monica is a career woman, a real estate agent selling the house next door. Monica also holds the distinction of being the first dinosaur to divorce her husband, deciding not to renew her marriage license. As a four-legged dinosaur (only her neck and head are ever shown), she often encounters racial prejudice. Earl generally thinks of Monica as a radical, filling Fran's mind with wild ideas about independence. Her strong will and refusal to let dinosaur misogyny affect her role in the work place led to the "Sexual Harris" hearings in "What "Sexual Harris" Meant". Roy Hess has a crush on her, and in "Green Card," they briefly marry so Monica can stay in Pangaea. Monica was the only "film-style" body-less puppet on set, requiring a team of 4-5 puppeteers to operate the massive cables needed to move her neck joints, steady the fulcrum, and roll her in and out of the window.
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