ChalkZone

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ChalkZone

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The show follows an elementary school boy artist named Rudy who has a special talent: he can draw a portal on a chalkboard and enter the world dubbed appropriately ChalkZone. Once in ChalkZone, Rudy has the ability to interact with drawing that were once on chalkboards and have been erased. This show has a lot to do with the childhood theory of where drawings go after they are erased as well as teamwork to stop even the weirdest scenario. There is actually a Spin Off of ChalkZone! Called: 'ChalkTalk'. Which airs right before ChalkZone. (Kind of a Commercial sorta thing.) Spin-off to Oh Yeah! Cartoons Show Times ChalkZone Currently Airs: Nickelodeon Saturdays and Sundays at 12:00 Nickelodeon 2 Saturdays at 3:00 & 3:30pm Nicktoons TV Sundays at 9:30 pm Mondays at 12:30 am CBS: Chalkzone is now on CBS! (8:00am) Characters Rudy Tabootie: In real life, Rudy's just a regular kid from a town called Plainsville. But Rudy's got one thing most kids don't: a magic piece of chalk that lets him enter ChalkZone, an amazing world where chalk drawings come to life. Snap: Snap is Rudy's idea of a perfect superhero AND a perfect best friend. He's totally fearless, he's as cool as he is blue, and he's always cracking people up-or cracking Bullynerd on the noggin. Penny Sanchez: Penny's totally obsessed with science, while Rudy's a dreamer and an artist. But Penny helps Rudy solve problems, and Rudy takes Penny to new places, like, you know, behind the chalkboard where drawings come to life. Oh, did we mention Rudy has a little crush on her? Reggie Bullnerd: Reggie's the local bully in Plainsville. As if that wasn't bad enough, his chalk-drawing alter-ego, Bullynerd, roams ChalkZone constantly, terrorizing Rudy and his posse. Fortunately, Bullynerd's not only big but also dumb, so Rudy can usually outwit (or at least out-draw) this ogre. Queen Rapsheeba: Queen Rapsheeba is one of the more interesting and entertaining inhabitants of the world behind the chalkboard. She's not only the best rapper in all of ChalkZone, she also has the best car show. And she holds the key to Snap's heart, of course... Joe Tabootie: Rudy's dad is an all-around good guy. He doesn't quite understand Rudy's obsession with drawing and wish that Rudy were more into butchering, the family business. Unfortunately for him Rudy is the kind of kid who would never get a job like that but would enjoy a more "adventurous job." Despite this, Joe still loves his son and is still proud of Rudy for being who he is. Mildred Tabootie: Rudy's mom is what you would describe as a whirlwind of activity. She's what you would call a bit dramatic, and sometimes she tends to blow by Rudy at 90 miles an hour when she's focusing on whatever task is at hand. Mildred works for the newspaper and spends time coming up with a Martha-Stewart-ish column in the local paper titled "Mildred Knows Best." Mr. Wilter: Mr. Wilter is Rudy's teacher, and he's pretty well convinced Rudy's a big time slacker. Maybe that's because during most of Mr. Wilter's extremely long, extremely boring lectures, Rudy is busy drawing. Instead of seeing Rudy for the imaginative kid he is, Mr. Wilter thinks he's wasting his time. Blocky: Blocky is Rudy's very first drawing. He's just square with hands and legs. Theme Song Name: Rudy's Got The Chalk By: Bill Burnett Chalk!… Chalk!… Chalk! Chalk! SNAP: Rudy's got the chalk! Rudy's got the chalk-a, chalk-a, chalk ChalkZone Rudy's got the chalk-a, chalk-a, ChalkZone Rudy's got the chalk-a, chalk-a, chalk ChalkZone Rudy's got the chalk-a, chalk-a, ChalkZone PENNY: Rudy's got the chalk! Rudy's got the chalk-a, chalk-a, chalk ChalkZone Rudy's got the chalk-a, chalk-a, ChalkZone DAD: Rudy's got the-- MOM: Rudy's got the chalk! Rudy's got the chalk-a, chalk-a, chalk ChalkZone Rudy's got the chalk Rudy's got the chalk-a, chalk-a, chalk ChalkZone Rudy's got the chalk-a, chalk-a, ChalkZone REGGIE: Rudy's got the chalk! Rudy's got the chalk-a, chalk-a, chalk ChalkZone Rudy's got the chalk Rudy's got the chalk Chalk, chalk, chalk, chalk, chalk, chalk ChalkZone!moreless
Rick Jones

Rick Jones

Bruno Bullnerd (season 2 & 3)

Candi Milo

Candi Milo

Snap/Reggie Bullnerd (voice)

E. G. Daily

E. G. Daily

Rudy Tabootie (voice)

Hynden Walch

Hynden Walch

Penny Sanchez (voice)

Miriam Flynn

Miriam Flynn

Mildred Tabootie (voice)

Will Ferrell

Will Ferrell

Bruno Bullnerd (season 4)

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Intresting

    7.5
    This Show is Barely Recognized and The Final Episode Did Not Even Aired but Still Great
  • This show is pretty underrated.

    8.0
    No, seriously. I watched this as a little kid, and I pretty much just LOVED it. About a year or two ago, I watched an episode of ChalkZone on YouTube, for old time's sake. I still liked it. But again, what did you expect from the golden age of Nickelodeon?
  • Almost Naked Animals is better that this stupid show

    1.0
    The characters are ugly looking, the voices lack-skill, and It's just as bad as CatDog.



    Nicktoons, take it off or you'll be sorry



    That's pretty much it. It's a poor man's Ed, Edd and Eddy, just like how Squirrel Boy is a poor man's Beavis and Butt-Head. It might definitely be on TeenNick soon. Just like CatDog. Which reminds me. This show currently has the EXACT same stereotypes as CatDog.



    Looks like Nick took a step in the WRONG direction this time. The idea is kinda catchy but the show itself? No. Just no.







    Dissappering Act is a total ripoff of a classic Ren and Stimpy episode, Hard Times for Haggist, in a way. Portal Portal is a rip off of another Ren and Stimpy episode, A Yard Too Far







    Waist Mountain is also a rip off of Ren and Stmpy episode, Bell Hops. OK that episode wasn't good but not worse than this piece of shit. The Heist knocks off another Ren and Stimpy episode, Fake Dad.







    Water Water Everywhere rips-off the Ren and Stimpy episode Blazing Intrails and has the EXACT. SAME. FUCKING. PLOT!!!!!!! White Board is an obvious rip-off of the Ren and Stimpy episode, Jerry the Belly Button Elf. It even has the same plot!







    This show obviously isn't going have high rating. Nick, this was a major letdown. Hopefully Breadwinners will do much better. 0/10 for this show.moreless
  • meh...

    5.0
    did not hate this show but I did not love it

    it was hard to watch but it was actually not bad
  • Compared to Today's Cartoons, This is Decent

    8.0
    I have vague memories as a child about this show, and just rediscovered yesterday. From my observations, there's no doubt that this show is creative and has a great concept behind it. Even though the humor is somewhat lacking it's better than the humor most cartoons on Nickelodeon today offer. If I had a choice between this or the current episodes of SpongeBob, i'd pick Chalk Zone any day.



    Characters: 75% (C)

    There's nothing negative about them, but there not memorable.



    Plot: 90% (A-)

    Like I already said, this show is definitely creative and the creativity will keep you interested.



    Humor: 60% (D-)

    The humor used is more of puns than potty humor (or at least from what I've seen) but it's better than the pathetic attempts at comedy Almost Naked Animals does.



    Voice Acting 75% (C)

    Like the characters there's nothing memorable about it, but at least it's not like nails on a chalkboard.



    Average: 80% (B-)



    And one more note to: Minimew2020



    I know you stole my review of Almost Naked Animals and put it here. I reported you and had it deleted. Have a Nice day.

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