Kablam!

Nickelodeon (ended 2000)
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  • Episode Guide
  • S 4 : Ep 9

    Now With More Flava'

    Aired 1/15/00

  • S 4 : Ep 8

    The Kablair! Witch Project

    Aired 1/8/00

  • S 4 : Ep 7

    The Best Of Both Worlds

    Aired 1/1/00

  • S 4 : Ep 6

    Going The Extra Mile

    Aired 12/25/99

  • S 4 : Ep 5

    Under New Management

    Aired 12/18/99

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jim Condendez

    voice of Fondue

  • Billy West

    voice of Various Characters

  • Mischa Barton

    voice of Betty Ann

  • Cris Winter

    voice of Thunder Girl

  • Mo Willems

    voice of September/Grubby Groo

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  • show Description
  • KaBlam! aired on Nickelodeon from 1996 to 2000. It was a comic book style series made up of several different styles of animation, ranging from liveaction, claymation and stop motion all done in shorts. These shorts were introduced by Henry and June, the two hosts of the show. KaBlam! was also aired in the U.K. from 1997 to 2000. It can be seen on NickToons TV and Australia's Nickelodeon channel. Kablam!'s Original Shorts: Sniz and Fondue - Two felines named Sniz and Fondue who go through zany adventures! Action League Now! - A team of superheroes who oddly save the world.Prometheus and Bob - An alien who tries to teach a caveman random things, but with much difficulty due to a monkey. Life with Loopy - A girl who takes things way too literally and tries to fix the problem. The Offbeats - A group of kids who try to fit in with "the populars."moreless

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (229)

    • Henry: June will you help me? June: And I would do that why?

    • Fondue: (To Sniz) Cheer up bucky beaver, I think I've solved your problem. (As he puts on a red rubber nose and a red hair wig on Sniz) It's the newest thing. Everybody is going for this look. It screams happiness. (Sniz has a big tear as he looks in a mirror) No sad clowns allowed in this circus.

    • Fondue: (After a screaming, bald Sniz runs into the kitchen) A prowler. (Holds up a manual egg beater) Alright burglar, I'm going to beat your brains in with this thing, once I figure out how it works.

    • Fondue: Your nuts, your hair is suffocating from all that skull sauce. Sniz: Could it be that squeaky Fondue is jealous of my hot new look? Fondue: Yeah right, Captain Calamari.

    • Sniz: (After trying out the new gel) Snap me down, it works. Praise me it works!

    • Sniz: (To Snuppa, as he looks at the hair gel bottle) Cut me an oversized wedge, you got me the cheap stuff!

    • Henry: Why don't we check in with two guys who go together- June: Like bacon and a tetanus shot. Henry: Here's Sniz and Fondue.

    • Fondue: Okay, now my gardening skills may not exactly be up to snuff, but hey, I can grow a couple of daisies. Sniz: But what if I don't want flowers coming out of my head?

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    Notes (42)

    • This was the only Nicktoon ever created for SNICK, Nickeldeon's Saturday night block, which ran from 1992-2003. KaBlam! ran on the block from 1996-1998.

    • There are only three shorts in this episode, due to the longer length of The Louie and Louie Show.

    • Gary Baseman, the creator of The Louie and Louie short in this episode went on to creating the Disney animated series, Teacher's Pet.

    • Despite being credited in the ending credits, the Surprising Short "Lava" has not appeared in the episode at all and has not been removed since it was never placed on the episode in the first place. It's probably a crediting mistake.

    • Noah Segan, the voice of Henry, revealed in Nickelodeon Magazine that this is his favorite episode.

    • Believe it or not, this is not the episode in which Kablam! becomes more educational with the slogan "Preparing young minds for tomorrow's future ... today!" That one is entitled "Your Logo Here."

    • Angela Anaconda was made into a series.

    • This episode contains the Life With Loopy pilot.

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    Trivia (81)

    • The back of the comic book says, "You're soaking in it!"

    • If Henry got a Prometheus and Bob toy space helmet in 1989, then the short must have existed before the premier in the show's in-universe.

    • This is the first episode where the theme song is re-used at the end during the credits.

    • This is the first episode where June isn't wearing her sweater.

    • While Sniz's hair grew back quickly (it was back by the next episode), Fondue remained bald for the rest of the series!

    • This is the only Prometheus & Bob episode where Monkey's laugh is different.

    • June is drawn with eyelashes for almost the entire episode.

    • Some reruns of this episode accidentaly show the date at the end (on the Nickelodeon logo screen) as 1997, one year after this episode premiered.

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    Allusions (35)

    • The "Life with Loopy" episode name,"20,000 Leagues Under The Sofa" is a spoof to the popular 1954 movie 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea.

    • The sound effect that plays before and after Angela Anaconda's fantasy sounds a lot like the sound effect that played before and after Doug Funnie of Doug had a fantasy, though only present in Nickelodeon's Doug.

    • Dark Vator is an obvious parody of the Star Wars villain Darth Vader.

    • Larry does an impersonation of Michael Jackson's moonwalk while on the moon.

    • The title of "Mr. Sniz's Wild Ride" is the same as the Disneyland ride "Mr. Toad's Wild Ride."

    • "The Borrowers" is the name of a movie.

    • The KaBlam! studio tour is similar to Disneyland.

    • June is apparently a fan of the MTV cartoon Beavis and Butt-Head, according to this episode.

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  • Fan Reviews (44)
  • Okay show

    By MisterShadly, Jun 03, 2015

  • It's like Robot Chicken

    By NostalgiaFaggot, Aug 04, 2014

  • Top Shows - The Variety, Meta Cartoon

    By anastasia1243, Feb 08, 2014

  • Cartoons and comics are two of my favorite things and now they are combined together for this classic hit

    By That_TV_Dude, Jan 16, 2011

  • Cartoons and comics collide--and it was awesome.

    By MadameCat, Jan 17, 2011

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