Ozzy & Drix

The WB (ended 2004)
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  • show Description
  • Ozzy & Drix is based on the breakout characters from the feature film Osmosis Jones, which is an animated inner-body, buddy-cop comedy which follows the adventures of white blood cell cop Ozzy and his partner, over-the-counter cold pill Drix, as they defend the City of Hector; the body of a 13-year-old boy. The second season of Ozzy & Drix amplifies their infectious humor with Ozzy's in-your-face antics and Drix's knowledgeable yet clueless wit as they continue to take on whatever comes their way regardless of how small or simple a situation may appear in the outside world of Hector. Only they know what really happens "skin deep" and what it takes to always be on 24-hour alert, whether it be the sprouting of Hector's first whisker, a rowdy encounter with the Testosterone gang, an unexpected appendicitis attack, or the long-awaited visit from Drix's Auntie Histamine. With their headquarters behind Hector's cornea, these partners have established their "private eye" agency... hoping to keep Hector safe from the many changes and dangers associated with adolescence. This one-of-a-kind pair of problem-solvers are ready to fight for what's right -- on a cellular level. Characters: HUMANS: Hector Cruz: Hector is a 13-year old boy in which Ozzy & Drix live inside of. Whenever Hector gets a disease, Ozzy & Drix fight it off. Hector is going through puberty and maturing at this age, so Ozzy & Drix arrived just in time! MORE TO COME! Please Note:: This is the United States schedule for Ozzy & Drix Please adjust accordingly if you live in another country. Kids' WB! Broadcast History Saturdays September 13, 2002 - February 8, 2003: Saturday @ 9:30 AM February 15, 2003 - March 8, 2003: Saturday @ 11:30 AM August 23, 2003 - October 25, 2003: Saturday @ 9:30 AM Weekdays June 14, 2004 - July 30, 2004: Monday-Friday @ 3:30 PM Special Presentations December 7, 2002: Saturday @ 9:00 AM March 31, 2003 - April 4, 2003: Monday-Friday @ 3:30 PM August 18, 2003 - August 22, 2003: Monday-Friday @ 3:30 PM --------------------------------- Cartoon Network Broadcast History October 4, 2004 - December 16, 2004: Monday-Thursday @ 8:00 PM October 11, 2004 - December 17, 2004: Monday-Friday @ 4:30 PM December 27, 2004 - December 31, 2004: Monday-Friday @ 8:00 AM December 27, 2004 - December 31, 2004: Monday-Friday @ 8:30 AM December 27, 2004 - February 10, 2005: Monday-Thursday @ 8:00 PM January 8, 2005 - February 6, 2005: Saturday @ 1:30 PM January 3, 2005 - Current: Monday-Friday @ 4:30 PM February 13, 2005 - Current: Sunday @ 7:00 AM February 15, 2005 - Current: Monday-Friday @ 2:00 PM February 15, 2005 - Current: Monday-Thursday @ 8:00 PM February 19, 2005 - Current: Saturday @ 7:00 AM Marathons November 27, 2004: 3:00-5:00 PM December 20, 2004: 12:00-5:00 PM January 8, 2005: 3:00-6:00 PM Special Presentations January 1, 2005: Saturday @ 12:00 PM Awards & Nominations: 2004 Daytime Emmys - Outstanding Special Class Animated Program (Nominated) 2003 Annie Awards - Outstanding Character Design in an Animated Television Production (Nominated) 2003 Daytime Emmys - Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Live Action and Animation (Nominated) - Outstanding Special Class Animated Program (Nominated) More Details Theme Song Lyrics: Ozzy & Drix, O-O-Ozzy & Drix! Trouble in the air, what'cha gonna do? (It's a cold, it's a fever, Or maybe the flu, Ah-ah-choooooo!) Meet Ozzy & Drix, private eye, Cuttin' germs and viruses down to size, Busy defending all the nerve endings, They got guts and nerves vim and verne, (They're bad to the bone, even badder in the bladder, Make a scene in the spleen, put the hustle in the muscle, Put the hip in the hips, The word on the lips, Ideas in the brain, Keepin' him sane!) Keepin' him sane! Lookin' good, like a blood cell should (Like a blood cell should!) Ozzy & Drix, O-O-Ozzy & Drix! Inside the body and mind From the tip of the nose to the behind, They're the protectors Of the City of Hector, Ozzy & Drix! Contributing & Forum Rulesmoreless

  • Episode Guide
  • S 2 : Ep 13

    Cavities (aka Journey to the Center of the Tooth)

    Aired 7/5/04

  • S 2 : Ep 12

    Nature Calls

    Aired 6/28/04

  • S 2 : Ep 11

    Double Dose (aka Ozzy and Ozzy)

    Aired 6/21/04

  • S 2 : Ep 10

    Supplements (aka Triumph of the Supplements)

    Aired 6/14/04

  • S 2 : Ep 9

    A Cold Day in Hector

    Aired 10/25/03

  • Cast & Crew
  • Frank Welker

    Dander/Additional Voices

  • Jeff Bennett

    Drixo "Drix" Benso Medaphedrian

  • Rob Paulsen

    Ozzy's Car/Travis Lum/Additional Voices

  • Jim Cummings

    Police Chief Gluteus

  • Vivica A. Fox

    Ellen Patella

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (198)

    • Thrax: (Coming out of Frank's subconcious area) Whew. This cat was sick before I even got here!

    • Ozzy: (After leaving the club) Next time.. I'll be the bad cop. Drix: Er.. you are a bad cop.

    • Radio: Thrax was last seen heading for Frank's uvula. Ozzy: Uvula? What the heck's a uvula? Drix: It's that little dangly thing that hangs down in Frank's... Ozzy: (Interrupting) Boxer shorts, I'm on it. (Turns corner sharply towards "rectum") Drix: Not that dangly thing! The dangly thing in his throat! Ozzy: Oh... I knew that. (Does a U-turn and causes an accident)

    • Ozzy: (To Chief) Intruders? The only thing intruding here is your belt size.

    • Drix: Oh yes. Get back with your bad self.

    • Fan Operator: What do you think you're doing!? Are you crazy!? Ozzy: Yeah, I've been told that.

    • Ozzy: Ah! Ah! Ah! Booty burn!

    • Scarlet Fever: Oh mommy.

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    Notes (84)

    • Awards and Nominations: - Won the Just For Laughs Award in 2001 - Nominated for the Golden Reel Award in 2002 for "Best Sound Editing - Animated Feature Film, Domestic and Foreign" - Nominated for six Annie Awards in 2001 for "Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Theatrical Feature", "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Character Animation", "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Effects Animation", "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Production Design in an Animated Feature Production", "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Feature Production" and "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Male Performer in an Animated Feature Production" for William Shatner as the voice of "Mayor"

    • Thrax is a scarlet fever virus.

    • Just before Ozzy gets fired he calls "Leela, Brandy." Brandy is the name of the person that is the voice of Leela.

    • Scarlet Fever is based on Thrax from the movie, coincidentally there both scarlet fever viruses with the same power.

    • This is Frank's only appearance in the series.

    • The scene with Ozzy & Drix in the car at the beginning was from the movie.

    • Drix is not in CGI anymore and his outline is now black.

    • Ozzy's membrane is a lot thinner than it was in the movie.

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    Trivia (42)

    • Thrax's claw is on his left hand. However when he thrusts his right hand up out of the cup of medicinal alcohol his claw is now there instead.

    • After Frank gets sick and Shane gets there, her uncle says "I'm her neice" to the person. (Response: The "I'm her neice" bit is a joke.)

    • In the TV show Ozzy & Drix whenever a cell leaves the body tt coagulates (they get stiff and shrivel up) but in the film Ozzy is launched out of frank by Drix's arm cannon to stop Thrax and Ozzy is outside for a long time and doesn't even start to coagulate. (Response: He and Thrax were in Shame's eye, and there was water because she was crying.)

    • Osmosis Jones was afraid of getting stabbed in the neck, but he's so stretchy and has no bones and all that stuff; that doesn't make any sense. Also, the guy who was running for new mayor accidentally broke that little boy in that commercial's neck (if you look closely at him afterwards, you can tell).

    • Ozzy explains Frank's midnight snack. But he left out fried chicken. Frank is clearly shown eating fried chicken in the episode.

    • How can a mosquito's nose be that long? I mean, there was a ceiling (Frank's inside roof of his leg) from where it stuck it in, so basically it would be about a ruler-length long! The thing is, you don't see how long it is, because it only shows the mouth of the mosquito sucking up Ozzy and Drix into it. (Response: The City of Frank is on a microscopic level. It's possible that the length of the mosquito's stinger was long enough to pierce the skin and go through it enough to let it suck up Drix and Ozzy.)

    • Goof: When Ozzy is in the biker bar he takes down the sign by the door but after his phone call the sign is back up.

    • Mayor Spryman says he can't even handle puberty, suggesting he knows what it is. Yet in the episode where Hector enters puberty he has no clue what it is and is worried Hector might die from it.

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    Allusions (26)

    • Drix: I don't think we're in Frank anymore... It's referring to the movie The Wizard of Oz when Dorothy says, "I don't think we're in Kansas anymore."

    • Ozzy: I'll be back!
      I'll be back is the famous line that T-101 (Arnold Schwarzenegger) uses in all of the Terminator movies.

    • This episode contains multiple parodies of the James Bond films, including the name of the villain, Strepfinger, to the film Goldfinger, and the number plate on Ozzy's car reading OOZ, alluding to the famous number 007.

    • Strepfinger: Monsters, Inc. The villain of this episode, Strepfinger, bears a striking resemblence to a character in Monsters, Inc. named Henry J. Waternoose III.

    • Chief: Faster than a speeding hedgehog.
      This may be a reference to Sonic the Hedgehog.

    • Ozzy: The name's Jones. Osmosis Jones.
      If you guess right, this is an obvious parody of the famous introduction done by Bond. 'Bond, James Bond'.

    • Ozzy: Look! It's the Backbone Boys!
      This is a reference to the boy band, Backstreet Boys.

    • Ozzy: (Turns dial to 11)
      During the "teaser" sequence at the concert, when Ozzy uses a guitar against one of the splinter bacteria, he turns the volume dial on the amplifier up to 11. This is a reference - and incidentally, probably the most famous and often-used reference - to the movie This Is Spinal Tap, a mock-documentary/comedy about a fictional band called Spinal Tap. In the film, band member Nigel Tufnel believes that their instruments and sound equipment are louder than anyone else's, simply because the volume dials are all marked 1-11; the joke being that on "normal" electrical instruments and sound equipment, the volume dials are usually marked 1-10.

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  • Fan Reviews (8)
  • The kind of show that you watch in boring days...

    By Collecionador, Aug 14, 2005

  • A show about Germs and Helps with Problems about your health, Ozzy & Drix, an Informative show.

    By KonMick, Sep 16, 2006

  • A white blood cell named Ozzy teams up with cold pill Drix to fight diseases in a teen's body.

    By PhantomLadie, Nov 03, 2005

  • Blood cells Rule!

    By sailmax, Sep 01, 2005

  • A learning decent show...............

    By BoricuanDragon, Aug 18, 2005