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Finding Nemo. Gurgle: She wouldn’t stop shaking the bag. Bubbles: Poor Chuckles. Deb: He was her present last year. Bloat: Hitched a ride on the porcelain express. Peach: She’s a fish killer. —Bubbles, Gurgle, Peach, Deb and Bloat, about Chuckles. In Finding Nemo, Chuckles was a goldfish who was only seen in …

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Finding NemoChuckles was a goldfish that was only seen in a picture of Darla. He was a pet for Darla, but he sadly died because Darla wouldn’t stop shaking the bag he was in.

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