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    Pokémon

    Pokémon

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    Pokémon is the story of a young boy named Ash Ketchum. Finally having reached the age of 10, he receives his first Pokémon from Professor Oak and sets out on his Pokémon Journey. Along for the ride are his various friends: Misty, Brock, Tracey, May, Max, Dawn, Iris, and Cilan. Together, they journey through the Kanto, Orange, Johto, Hoenn, Battle Frontier, Sinnoh and Unova Leagues. Ash takes every opportunity to capture a Pokémon, Misty trains Pokémon of the Water type while Brock prefers Rock types. Tracey travels around sketching Pokémon. May started her journey for the sights and not the Pokémon but then decided to enter Pokémon Contests. Although Max has no Pokémon, he helps the group out with his handy PokéNav skills so as not to get lost but they still do from time to time. Dawn travels around to compete in contests like her mother did years ago. Iris, although with no long term dream of her own, is out on a Pokémon journey with her trusty Axew in order to raise it well. Cilan has joined Ash in order to see the Unova region, its trainers, and enhance his abilities as a Pokémon Connoisseur.
    Story Arcs: Kanto arc (Season 1): Ash begins his journey to become a pokémon master. He starts his journey with his at first reluctant Pikachu, but the two quickly become friends. As his journey starts he is joined by Cerulean City and Pewter City gym leaders Misty and Brock. Together they travel throughout the Kanto region so that Ash can collect gym badges so that he can compete in the Pokémon League, while fending off the attacks of the villainous Team Rocket.
    Orange Islands arc (Season 2): After losing in the Pokémon league, Ash, Misty, and Brock head to the Orange Islands to retrieve the mysterious GS Ball. After obtaining it, Brock decides to stay and work with Professor Ivy to help him with his dream. As Ash decides to compete in the Orange League, they are joined by Pokémon Watcher Tracey. Together they set out on Ash's new Lapras' back and travel around the tropical islands, while still fending off Team Rocket.
    Johto arc (Season 3/The Johto Journeys, Season 4/Johto League Champions, Season 5/Master Quest): After delivering the GS Ball to Professor Oak, he can't figure out the secrets of the ball. He sends Ash off to Azalea Town in Johto in order to deliver the ball to the pokéball expert Kurt. Reunited with Brock, the trio once again heads off for adventure in a new land so that Ash can compete in the Johto League, and prove that he is better then his old rival Gary. Not to mention Team Rocket continues in their quest to capture Pikachu.
    Hoenn arc (Season 6/Advanced, Season 7/Advanced Challenge, Season 8/Advanced Battle): After settling his rivalry with Gary and ultimately losing in the Johto League, Ash takes Harrison's advice and heads to the Hoenn region. With Misty and Brock back at their gyms, he is all alone, until he encounters an upcoming trainer named May. The two decide to travel together and eventually are joined by May's brother Max, and Brock even returns. Together the four of them traverse the Hoenn region so that Ash can compete in the Hoenn League and so that May can become a great Coordinator and compete in the Hoenn Grand Festival, and don't forget the ever persistent Team Rocket, as well as new foes Team Magma and Team Aqua.
    Battle Frontier arc (Season 8/Advanced Battle, Season 9/Battle Frontier): After losing in the Hoenn League and Grand Festival, Ash and May return home. However, the two of them, as well as Max and Brock quickly reunite when Ash is told about the Battle Frontier in Kanto, and May finds out about Pokémon Contests in Kanto. The group of four continue to travel together in the Kanto region so that Ash and May can continue on in their dreams of being champions, with Team Rocket still in tow.
    Sinnoh arc (Season 10/Diamond and Pearl, Season 11/DP: Battle Dimension, Season 12/DP: Galactic Battles, Season 13/DP: Sinnoh League Victors): After losing in the Kanto Grand Festival, May heads off to Johto to compete in more contests while Max returns home to Petalburg City. After witnessing the awesome power of Gary's newest Pokémon, Ash heads off to the Sinnoh region to once again find adventure. He soon reunites with Brock and they join up with Dawn, a pokémon coordinator just beginning her journey to become a contest champion like her mother. Together the trio travels through the Sinnoh region so Ash can compete in the Sinnoh League, and Dawn in the Sinnoh Grand Festival, as well as fighting off the evil Team Rocket, Team Galactic, and Pokémon Hunter J.
    Unova arc (Season 14/Black and White, Season 15/BW: Rival Destinies, Season 16/Adventures in Unova): After becoming the runner-up of the Sinnoh Grand Festival and after discovering his dream to become a Pokémon Doctor, Dawn and Brock head off on their own to achieve their goals. Meanwhile, after placing in the Top 4 of the Sinnoh League, Ash heads to the Unova region to collect more badges and compete in the Unova League. He is soon joined by Iris, a young girl wanting to be a Dragon Master, and Cilan, a Pokémon Connoisseur. Together they journey throughout the Unova region while also thwarting off the efforts of Team Rocket and a secret organization. Decolore Islands arc (Season 16/Adventures in Unova and Beyond): Following the conclusion of the Unova League and stopping Team Plasma's mission to control Unova, Ash decides to head home to Kanto. Iris and Cilan want to join him as well and together the three decide to take a detour to Kanto and travel through the Decolore Islands.moreless
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    Dragon Ball Z

    Dragon Ball Z

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    Many years have passed since Goku first searched for the Dragon Balls. He is a grown man, with a wife and son. He and his friends have settled into their own lives and, for the most part, things are rather peaceful. Then one day, Goku learns he is really a Saiyan and comes from another planet. Now begins new adventures for Goku and his friends as they defend their home against new, more powerful threats.moreless
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    Dexter's Laboratory

    Dexter's Laboratory

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    Dexter's Laboratory is the story of a young boy prodigy. Born with an extraordinary mind, Dexter has built his very own extremely high-tech and expansive laboratory in his room that NASA could only dream of. But Dexter has to keep his lab a secret for fear others will exploit it. Through out the years, Dexter has had to hide his lab from his parents and others but it is no easy task. All Dexter wants is to spend all the time he can inventing new things in his lab, but between his stupid and annoying older sister Dee Dee constantly barging into his lab and tearing up the place and his arch enemy and rival genius Mandark constantly tiring to take over his lab, Dexter's life is anything but easy. Dexter's Laboratory was originally premiered on Cartoon Network as part of the inaugural, Space Ghost hosted, "World Premiere Toons" before becoming a feature with two full shorts on the regular series, a.k.a. the What a Cartoon Show, it eventually became a series itself. Characters: Dexter - Dexter is the big guy here to spite his short size. Dexter's IQ is enough to rival his role model, Albert Einstein. Dexter is an impressionable little boy who loves action. He is always looking for a fight in his giant Robo-Dexter or against his rival, Mandark and when he isn't doing that or working in his lab, he is playing with his action figures or watching TV. You would be hard pressed to see Dexter outside unless he is doing some sort of experiment or fighting some sort of evil. But other than all that, Dexter spends all his time in his lab. Dexter is constantly working on something new and building on to the lab. So much in fact that he has some inventions he can't even remember making and there are parts of the lab he doesn't know anything about. Naturally, Dexter is the head of his class much to the dismay of his fellow students. Dexter is pretty much devoid of friends but he isn't really bothered by it. As long as he can work in his lab, Dexter lives on. Dee Dee - Dexter's older sister is a very happy and delightful girl. Being taller and older than Dexter gives her a sisterly edge. Dee Dee is one of the few who knows about Dexter's lab as she stumbled upon in when the both were younger. But Dexter does not need to worry about her spilling the secret as no one would believe her even if she did. Dee Dee lives in her own little world complete with unicorns, imaginary dragons, and talking ponies. Her room is a pink nightmare of stuffed animals and dolls that Dexter must avoid at all costs. So naturally, no one really takes her seriously. She is a dancer and a singer but insists on practicing in the lab and wreaking the place in the process. She also has some athletic skill in most sports. But behind it all, Dee Dee is actually a very caring sister who does truly love her little brother. Mom - Mom is a happy home maker who can't stand filth in any form. You will be hard pressed not to find her wearing her yellow gloves. She, like Dexter, wears them everywhere. Mom always has dinner on the table by the time Dad gets home and is always willing for a bit of "playing around" with her husband at anytime. She gets the kids on the bus in the morning and off in the evening. Just your standard work at home Mom who sits on the brink of insanity at times. Dexter seems to take after her with her hard work ethic and inability to stop once she starts. She works in the kitchen much like Dexter works in the lab and hates it when Dad drops in to bother her. Dad - Dad is the typical working man. He leaves in the morning for work and comes home in the evening for dinner. He loves sports and working with his tools. He is a handy man and handles most of the hard work around the house. He likes to mess around with his family, especially Dexter. He enjoys annoying his wife in the kitchen and giving her a playful little pinch in the butt. His constant attempts to get Dexter out of his room and into a uniform of some sort usually are forfeit. He is an outdoors man as well. He loves to fish and camp. Dad is a very laid-back guy. Dee Dee seems to take after Dad with his sports skill, his love of the outside, and his thrive at being annoying. Mandark - Mandark is Dexter's rival and he is totally evil. Mandark is on the same intellectual level as Dexter and has proved it many times. He also has his own lab in his room though it doesn't seem to be a secret as Dexter's. Mandark's lab is bigger and better than Dexter's and he never misses a chance to reminded Dexter of that fact. Mandark's #1 ambition is to shut down Dexter's lab thus making him the only genius around. Mandark is always looking for a way to outdo Dexter in anyway possible. Mandark also has a major crush on Dee Dee which is a point that Dexter exploits all the time. His parents are actually peace loving and hippies in a sense. He repents his parent's ways, but still is forced by them to do peaceful rituals when the time comes. Annie Awards: 1997 - Nominated, Best Individual Achievement: Voice Acting by a Female Performer in a TV Production - Christine Cavanaugh as Dexter. 1997 - Nominated, Best Individual Achievement: Producing in a TV Production - Genndy Tartakovsky. For episode "Hamhocks and Armlocks." 1997 - Nominated, Best Individual Achievement: Music in a TV Production - Steve Rucker and Thomas Chase. 1997 - Nominated, Best Animated TV Program. 1997 - Won! Best Individual Achievement: Writing in a TV Production - Paul Rudish and Jason Butler Rote. For episode, "Beard to be Feared." 1998 - Nominated, Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Female Performer in an Animated Television Production - Christine Cavanaugh as Dexter. 1998 - Nominated, Outstanding Individual Achievement for Music in an Animated Television Production - Thomas Chase, Steve Rucker and David Smith. For episode, "LAB-retto." 1998 - Nominated, Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Primetime or Late Night Television Program. 2000 - Nominated, Outstanding Achievement in a Primetime or Late Night Animated Television Program. 2000 - Won! Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Female Performer in an Animated Television Production - Christine Cavanaugh as Dexter. For episode, "Ego Trip." Emmy Awards: 1995 - Nominated, Outstanding Animated Program (for Programming One Hour or Less) For episode, "Changes." 1996 - Nominated, Outstanding Animated Program (for Programming One Hour or Less) For episode, "The Big Sister." 1997 - Nominated, Outstanding Animated Program (for Programming One Hour or Less) For episode, "Star Spangled Sidekicks" / "TV Super Pals" / "Game Over." 1998 - Nominated, Outstanding Animated Program (for Programming One Hour or Less) For episode, "Dyno-Might" / "LAB-retto." Ending Theme tune: Into at your own peril, past the volted door where impossible things may happen that the world's never seen before In Dexter's Laboratooooryyyyy.... lives the smartest boy you ever seeeeeeen... But Dee Dee blows his experiments to smithereeeennnsss.. there is doom and gloom while things go booooom... in Dexter's Laaaaaaab...moreless
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    Looney Tunes

    Looney Tunes

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    Looney Tunes is a show that reruns classic cartoons featuring Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tweety, Sylvester, Pepe le Pew, Road Runner, Wile E. Coyote, Foghorn Leghorn and more. These classic characters were featured in 1000+ theatrical cartoons and many prime-time specials made for TV as well as numerous classic cartoon excerpts. Looney Tunes was originally aimed at an adult audience when it aired for the first time in 1955, but unfortunately it was censored. It eventually became a show for children known as The Bugs Bunny Show in 1960, which aired on ABC. Looney Tunes made it's way to Nickelodeon along with numerous Warner Bros. classic cartoons including some of their oldest black-and-whites and almost their complete canon of '60s cartoons. This show started in 1988 and ended in 1999. Now, the Boomerang block on Cartoon Network is the only place in the US where you can still see these timeless classic characters and their animated antics.moreless
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    Sailor Moon

    Sailor Moon

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    A thousand years ago, the moon was home to a great civilization ruled by Queen Serenity. Everything was peaceful, until the arrival of the evil Queen Beryl. To conquer the moon, Queen Beryl unleashed the awesome power of the Negaforce. Although her world was destroyed, Queen Serenity's last hope was the power of the Imperium Silver Crystal and the Crescent Moon Wand. Frozen in Moon Beam Crystals, the queen sent the Moon Princess and the children of the moon to the future on Earth, their memories lost to them all. However, Queen Beryl and her evil forces were also sent to Earth and now they have reawakened. Queen Serenity's adviser Luna must now gather the Sailor Scouts in order to stop Queen Beryl.moreless
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    Dragon Ball

    Dragon Ball

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    Long ago in the mountains, a fighting master known as Gohan discovered a strange boy whom he named Goku. Gohan raised him and trained Goku in martial arts until he died. The young and very strong boy was on his own, but easily managed. Then one day, Goku met a teenage girl named Bulma, whose search for the dragon balls brought her to Goku's home. Together, they set off to find all seven dragon balls in an adventure that would change Goku's life forever. See how Goku met his life long friends Bulma, Yamcha, Krillin, Master Roshi and more. And see his adventures as a boy, all leading up to Dragonball Z and later Dragonball GT.moreless
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    Ed, Edd n Eddy

    Ed, Edd n Eddy

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    Ed, Edd n' Eddy is the longest running animated series produced by Cartoon Network. The show is based on three adolescent boys, Ed, Edd n' Eddy. They hang around their suburban neighborhood of Peach Creek Estates, coming up with scams to con their peers for cash, so they can buy themselves a handful of their favorite treat, jawbreakers. Their plans normally fail though, leaving them in predicaments and situations that always go hay-wire. The characters almost never leave the neighborhood, and adults are nowhere to be seen, as well as any other kids.

    The series was first aired in 1999 on Cartoon Network as the fifth series of the network and has since attracted millions of fans worldwide. Originally, there were to only be four seasons; Cartoon Network, however, has ordered two more seasons of Ed, Edd n Eddy, bringing the series' length to six seasons. There are also be three holiday specials: Halloween, Christmas, and Valentine's Day.

    Show Times:

    •Original Broadcasting: Weekdays @ 7:00 p.m. (USA)

    •Broadcasting: Weekdays @ 10:00 a.m, 4:30 p.m, & 7:00 p.m.; Weekends @ 3:00 & 3:30 p.m (USA)



    '''Ed''' is the workhorse of the group. He is known to laugh a lot, and he is happy most of the time. His mind is a [[subculture]] grab bag full of comics and monster movies, which he often confuses with reality. Ed is utterly at the mercy of his tyrannical younger sister Sarah, who he cares for deeply, and is an easy target for her manipulations. Much to the dismay of [[germophobic]] Edd, he has poor personal hygiene, even to the point of being terrified of [[soap]]. He loves buttered toast, [[gravy]], [[comics]], [[pudding skin]] and animals, especially chickens. Ed is voiced by [[Matt Hill]].. Edd(Double-D)is a young inventor and neat freak. The most intelligent and good hearted of the trio, he is never seen without his trademark sock-like black ski hat, hiding some kind of secret unknown to all the kids except Ed and Eddy. To differentiate his homophonic name from that of Ed, everyone in the series calls him Double-D. His parents put a heavy workload on him, communicating an excess of tasks solely through a multitude of sticky notes. Edd hates being treated terribly by everyone and is easily frustrated. Edd is normally a straight-A student in all of his s and hates sports (apparently because of an odd, never-discussed "dodgeball" incident). Edd is an excellent pedal steel guitar player, although he insists that he detests the instrument. Edd is amazingly intelligent, able to construct complicated machines from cardboard, signs, and various junk the Eds come across. Edd is voiced by Samuel Vincent.Eddy A greedy, ill-tempered con artist, Eddy is the self-appointed leader of the Eds. He goes to great lengths to scam the other kids out of their money, even at the expense of his friends' credibility. His efforts are all in the pursuit of jawbreakers, which he loves as much as he does money. He is very sensitive about his lack of height, suggesting that he may have a Napoleon complex. Eddy detests school, and more than once has tried to escape. His report card labels him a megalomaniac. Eddy loves his retro room, complete with a lava lamp, a large round king- bed, a disco ball, and a turntable. Eddy is mostly seen commanding the two Eds into building the scams while he does non-physical work. He is incredibly selfish, caring for only the well-being of himself and acquiring jawbreakers, even choosing jawbreakers over his friends. Eddy is voiced by Tony Sampson.

    Sarah is Ed's bossy spoiled little sister, who acts cute and charming only when it serves her. Sarah has Ed's unending loyalty and obedience, mostly from her threats of snitching on him. She has a short temper and is easily agitated by others, especially her brother. She is almost always playing with Jimmy, and when she's not, rushes to his aid the moment Jimmy calls her. Sarah writes about her innermost feelings in her diary, and has a slight love for Edd (albeit usually not enough to spare him from her wrath). She is voiced by Janyse Jaud. Kevin is the jock and cool guy around the block who dislikes the Eds, especially Eddy, and always calls them 'Dorks'. Jimmy is a rather effeminate boy who hangs around with Sarah and chooses to bake cookies and pick flowers rather than anything too tough. Rolf is a foreinger in Peach Creek who often confuses people with his sayings and traditional culture. Nazz is a cool, good-natured, and attractive girl who catches the eye of almost every guy in the neighborhood. Jonny is a wacky, good-natured, and cheerful boy who usually falls for every scam the Eds cook up. He is always seen with his best friend Plank, a piece of wood who may possibly have a mind of his own. But only Jonny knows what he's saying. The Kanker Sisters are a trio of troublesome girls who are out to ruin everyone's good time. They are, however, infatuated with the Eds, while it's the complete opposite with the Eds. May has a preference for Ed, Marie for Edd, and Lee for Eddy.moreless
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    Johnny Bravo

    Johnny Bravo

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    Johnny Bravo tells the story of a biceps-bulging, karate-chopping free spirit, who believes he's a gift from God to the women of the earth. Unfortunately for Johnny, everyone else sees him as a narcissistic Mama's boy with big muscles and even bigger hair. In short, he is the quintessential guy who "just doesn't get it." No matter what he does, or where he finds himself, he always winds up being his own worst enemy.moreless
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    Cow and Chicken

    Cow and Chicken

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    Meet Cow and Chicken, who live under a suburban roof with human parents, human friends and inhuman adventures. Fortunately for Chicken, who ruffles the feathers of many a human counterpart, Cow has an alter ego known as Supercow who wields her beefy frame whenever a situation calls for a bovine intervention. Created by David Feiss, Cow and Chicken received a 1998 Prime-Time Emmy nomination. (The above is Cartoon Network's official summary) Cow and Chicken is Cartoon Network's third original series, containing a third segment in each episode, another original series: I Am Weasel. It ran for three seasons before it underwent cancellation. Due to a new show that Cartoon Network has begun airing that combines various episodes of their original series, we may be seeing Cow and Chicken in the future... This is, however, uncertain.moreless
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    Space Ghost Coast to Coast

    Space Ghost Coast to Coast

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    Space Ghost started out as a scientist, but later was recruited into a member of the intergalactic police. His abilities come from his suit that allows him to fly, and the power bands on his wrists can get him out of almost any situation. Now, he's a talk show host for Cartoon Network's Adult Swim block. Much like what they have done for the recent Harvey Birdman: Attorney At Law, Space Ghost was an old Hanna-Barbera superhero show, called Space Ghost and Dino Boy. So enjoy the laughs and more laughs as the first ever Adult Swim show lives on!moreless
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    The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest

    The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest

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    Jonny Quest: The Real Adventures is based on the series from the sixties (this series is now known as Classic Jonny Quest) and the series from the eighties (known as The New Adventures of Jonny Quest. The series from the sixties was created by Doug Wildey and produced by Hanna-Barbera, Inc. The New Adventures of Jonny Quest were created to complete the fourth half-hour of the syndicated Sunday line-up, The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera. In Jonny Quest: The Real Adventures Jessie Bannon, the daughter of Race, appears for the first time and she takes an important role in this series. The Story 14-year-old Jonny Quest invariably finds adventure in exotic locations around the world with his father, renowned scientist/explorer Dr Benton Quest. They are accompanied by Benton's adopted son and assistant, Hadji; Dr Quest's personal bodyguard, Race Bannon; and Jessie Bannon, Race's teenage daughter. And, of course, Jonny's faithful dog Bandit. One more exotic locale has been added to the travelogue - QuestWorld, a virtual-reality system invented by Benton Quest. Questworld is employed in recreating imaginary or otherwise inaccessible environments. The Questworld system has since been expanded by his son, Hadji and Jessie to include recreational uses as well. In the course of their adventures, the Quest team runs into resistance from a number of sources, ranging from former KGB operatives to their own government to the forces of nature herself. They also receive help from fellow seekers after knowledge, and sometimes from unexpected sources - such as a renegade nuclear submarine captain who targets whaling boats. Jonathan "Jonny" Quest Jonny is extremely curious and loves action. Whenever he is on a journey, he uses his wits to escape from trouble. He has a well-developed sense of responsibility, although he tends to be impatient and even reckless. Very loyal, campassionate, and adventurous, Jonny always puts others before himself. Hadji Quest-Singh Adopted by Dr. Quest, he is also his assistant. The mature and intelligible boy accompanies his mentor on all of his scientific excursions. Specializing in computer programming and general electronic know-how, and is an able backup for any situation. He seems to have a slight problem with heights. A wise person who is always by Jonny's side, teaching him new things and helping solve problems. He has also inherited psychic powers from his parents. Jessica Margaret Leya "Jessie" Bannon She has learned a lot from his father to become intelligent and resourceful. She has a special inclination towards computers and communications equipment, which she manipulates with ease. Her eagerness to participate in and sometimes initiate the Quest team's often rigorous activities does not in any way diminish her femininity. Roger T. "Race" Bannon He used to be a government agent and is now Dr. Quest's bodyguard and Operations Manager. The father of Jesse, he is experienced with piloting any vehicle and has a large knowledge of weapons and security. Benton C. Quest The doctor is a world-renowned phenomenologist, archaeologist, scientist and explorer whose daily commute ranges from 2 to 2000 miles. He has spent most of his life researching strange phenomena all around the world, and now is frequently commissioned as a consultant in such matters by individuals, institutions and governments alike. This has helped him build a personal fortune that allows him to pursue his own interests.moreless
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    Orphen

    Orphen

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    Welcome to the Orphen guide at TV.com.

    A little about Orphen: When the most prestigious university of magic in the land loses Orphen, their most talented student, they'll do anything to get him back. But Orphen has bigger plans than majoring in spellcasting - namely tracking down the mysterious dragon, the Bloody August. Together with his young apprentice, a spoiled heiress, and two cranky trolls, Orphen must battle both the Bloody August and his old teachers, advanced sorcerers who possess frightening powers and even more dangerous secrets!

    Episodes 1-13 Opening Theme 1: Ai, just on my love / Love, just on my love Ending Theme 1: Last kiss Episodes 14-24 Opening Theme 2: Kimi wa majutsushi / Are you a sorcerous stabber Ending Theme 2: Doushiyou / What shall I do

    For the continuation of Orphen, visit: TV.com's Orphen Revengemoreless
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    Courage the Cowardly Dog

    Courage the Cowardly Dog

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    Courage the Cowardly Dog was an abandoned dog and was found by his owner Muriel who lives in the middle of Nowhere, Kansas with her husband Eustace Bagge. Eustace is a failed farmer who farms no more. His most prized object is his old truck. He is usually watching his old black and white televison and is always asking for his meal. He is crazy about his red chair. Muriel loves to sit in her rocking chair watch her favorite show (not mentioned what it's called), cook, play her sitar, and enjoy talking with Courage. Eustace, on the other hand, dislikes Courage. He scares him with a mask. Courage is a dog almost afraid of everything and with the help of his computer he battles the villians and saves himself and his owners. They don't have any neighbors that live next door. Katz is the most common villian that is seen on the show, he thinks up wise traps to lure people into their doom. The bickering of Eustace, the old customs of Muriel, the action of the villians, and the humor of Courage make it a great show!moreless
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    The Justice Friends

    The Justice Friends

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    The Justice Friends is an animated superhero TV minisodes that exist within the realm of Dexter's Laboratory that focuses on the friendship of three superheroes as they try to balance their superhero lives with the down time at their shared home. Major Glory is a sort of capable American hero but his love for publicity tends to get him in more trouble. Val Hallen is a Viking god of rock who acts more like a surfer dude than anything else and relies on hips static electricity powered guitar for his divine powers. The Infraggable Krunk is a muscle man with a bit of a stunted emotional and mental growth. It can be tough saving the world day in and day out, but what if the real challenge is when the masks come off? Watch as Major Glory, Val Hallen, and the Infraggable Krunk deal with nightmares, a bee gets loose in the house, and a toothache.moreless
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    Dial M for Monkey

    Dial M for Monkey

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    Dial M For Monkey is the hilarious cartoon spinoff of Dexter's Laboratory. The shorts follow Dexter's lab monkey, Monkey (Frank Welker), who is actually a superhero. In certain Dexter's Laboratory episodes, the middle segment would either be a Dial M For Monkey episode or a Justice Friends episode. These segments would often cross over into one another, creating a pretty hilarious universe of characters. During his adventures, Monkey is forced to confront many dangerous enemies. With the help of trusted special agent Honeydew, Monkey faced-off against Huntor, the self-described "ultimate cosmic hunter;" Magmanamus, a grumpy lava creature; Orgon Grindor, a musician with an evil streak; Rasslor, the intergalactic wrestling champ; Barbequor, a hungry deity looking to devour earth; and Peltra, a female foe dead set on skinning Monkey for his precious fur. Dial M For Monkey got its title in part from Alfred Hitchcock's Dial M For Murder and DC Comics' Dial H for Hero.moreless
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    I am Weasel

    I am Weasel

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    I Am Weasel follows the miss-adventures of Weasel, a genius who succeeds in everything he does, and his sometimes partner, sometimes enemy, I.R. Baboon. Clearly not as smart as Weasel, using a unique speech pattern, Baboon is the loser on the show, rarely, if ever, succeeding in anything. The show wouldn't be complete without the Red Guy, who has joined the cast in the second season, and who originally was on the Cow and Chicken show. I Am Weasel was originally only the middle segment on the Cow and Chicken show, both created by David Fiess. Soon enough, Weasel received his own show, and lasted for five seasons. Using a clever combination of slapstick humor and irony at the same time, making the show appealing to adults and young children.moreless
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    Mike, Lu & Og

    Mike, Lu & Og

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    Welcome to the Mike Lu & Og Guide at TV.com. Mike Lu & Og is one of Cartoon Network's shows that belongs to a collection of original network series known as Cartoon Cartoons. It premiered on Friday May 7, 1999 during the Cartoon Cartoons Fridays block. The show features a spunky, red-haired girl named Mike (short for Micheline; call her that and you'll be in big trouble), who's a foreign exchange student from Manhattan, New York, a stuck-up island princess named Lu, her cousin Og, a native boy and a scientific genius who can come up with a number of inventions as they go through the wackiest adventures as Mike learns the customs of the island of Albonquetine and the natives, in turn, learn of American culture. REGULAR CHARACTERS: Mike, a young girl from New York City who is stuck on the island. She's an exchange student on the island paradise of Albonquetine and is doing her best to fit in with the natives, while keeping her New York attitude. She often tells the islanders about common items and aspects of American culture that are rather new to them. Lu also known as LuLu, or "Princess Lu" (mainly to herself) is the island's resident brat. She has a pet turtle named Lancelot, who's friendly, but usually treated meanly by his mistress, who spends most of her time trying to get attention or trying to get rid of Mike, because most times she's able to steal the spotlight away from her. Og is Lu's cousin and gets along well with pretty much everybody. He's a genius, so he spends most of his time in his "lab" which is actually a little workshop inventing things for use on the island...many of the items he invents are food or for play (hot dogs made of coconuts for Mike, a sidewalk all over the island for skating, etc.) Alfred is Og's father and a kind man, albeit absent-minded sometimes. His main hobby is hunting, usually with a bow and plunger-tipped arrows. He particularly goes after a very elusive wombat, who with wit or dumb luck often gets away. Margery is Alfred's wife and Og's mother. She's skilled at island cooking and an artist, specializing in sculpting with chisels. She works hard, but often takes time to stop for a cup of tea at least once a day, for it's always an island custom. Wendel is Lu's father and governor of Albonquetine Island. He's often at home passing laws and approving documents, but also helps the islanders celebrate special holidays and reminding them of their history. He has a pet parrot named Skipper who at times can get on his nerves, but would be lonely without him. Queeks is the island elder the gang seeks for advice. He also has magic abilities that at times can go awry. He's a good old man, but often cranky. RECURRING CHARACTERS: Goat, Pig, and Spiney (the Porcupine) make up the island's Philosophical Society with Og. They have weekly meetings discussing various topics, a number of which lead to debate. They're all intellectuals, but speak only in Og's presence and act like regular animals when anyone else walks by. The Pirates, consisting of The Captain, Mate and Bos'n, live off the island where there's little food and they're always hungry as a result. Their favorite delicacy is turtle soup which usually leads to danger for Lancelot if they ever cross paths, as he's sure to be captured and put in their pot. Fortunately for him, Mike, Lu and Og are always around to rescue him. The Cuzzlewits are the clan that live on the other side of Albonquetine Island. They're wilder and more savage than the regular gang Mike knows. But there's at least one exception with preteen girl Hermione, who's smart and sophisticated, particularly by they way she speaks. She not afraid to offer her opinions and advice and is friendly to Mike, Lu, and Og. But she has two younger brothers Haggis and Baggis, who more than make up for their sister's lack of wildness. Other links to Mike, Lu, & Og: wikipedia imdb big cartoon database Lineup History: The show premiered on Cartoon Network on May 7, 1999. It ran for two seasons from June 1999-August 2000 with 2 shorts per half-hour block. It went off that network a couple of years later, but returned on sister channel Boomerang in late 2006, where it's certain to remain. Opening theme song: (To a calypso beat) Mike, Lu, and Og--On the island, Mike, Lu, and Og--Pretty island, Where nobody goes. Palm tree and blue sky, Fish are jumping high, It's an island where nobody knows. Ain't no burger stand, Ain't no disco band, On the island where nobody goes. Whooooo-whoooo-whooo-weee! Theme song variation: (End credits of most episodes) Whooooo-whoooo-whoo-weee! Ain't no cars, no phones, ain't no parking zone, Ain't no chaperones, ain't no Leprechauns, Ain't no mortgage loans, ain't no hair salons, Ain't no savings bonds, ain't no ice cream cones, Ain't no free coupons, ain't no silicone, Ain't no parmesan, ain't no kidney stones, Ain't no microphones, ain't no slide trombones, ain't no carry-ons. On the island where nobody goes. On the island where nobody goes. (Fade out) Whoooo-whooo-whoo-weee.moreless
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    Neon Genesis Evangelion

    Neon Genesis Evangelion

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    A widely followed TV animation series with fascinating characters, a captivating sci-fi premise, dynamic battle scenes, and a super-high density of information that incorporates Judeo-Christian concepts and psychoanalysis as only a few of the elements that allowed Neon Genesis Evangelion to surpass the realm of all anime that had come before it and made a work worthy of the title "New Century (Neon Genesis)." The show began airing in October 1995 with the planning, original story and production handled by GAINAX, who had previously worked on such shows as Wings of Honneamise and Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water. Hideaki Anno, a representative creator of GAINAX, was at the heart of the production work and his individuality colors every aspect of the show. A manga version by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto began running one month prior to the series premiere and new chapters are still being produced.

    Neon Genesis Evangelion had the ardent support of fans, and its popularity boomed even after it finished its first run in March of 1996. Its influence was not limited to anime fans but also spread to the general populace, and it was even called the third impact, following Space Battleship Yamato and Mobile Suit Gundam. At the height of the Eva boom in 1998, the theatrical Death and Rebirth and The End of Evangelion were released. The theatrical releases were created as a separate version of the climax depicted in the TV series. Four movies retelling the story of Evangelion (without GAINAX) are to follow in the coming years.

    A good place for any Evangelion related information is the Neon Genesis Evangelion Wikipedia page.moreless
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    Acme Hour

    Acme Hour

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2002)
    The Acme Hour was a show on Cartoon Network that showed a variety of Looney Tunes, Merrie Melodies, Tom and Jerry, Pink Panther, and other classic shows. Acme Hour was launched in 1998 and was discontinued during late 2002. The Acme Hour can still be seen on the Boomerang Channel everyday at 8AM and 9PM.

    While it no longer airs on the US version of Cartoon Network, Acme Hour is still a part of Cartoon Network in other countries. Starting in 2005, the US version of Boomerang aired Acme Hour every day. It has since been removed from the schedule.moreless
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    Tenchi Muyo!

    Tenchi Muyo!

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    Tenchi Muyo! follows the adventures of Tenchi Masaki, an ordinary teenager whose quiet life in the mountains of Okayama is shattered by the arrival of a diverse group of alien girls. Although having a bunch of beautiful women living at home might sound like no bad thing, Tenchi soon discovers the downside to this arrangement when the girls start using their special powers to fight for his affections! Genres: Action, Romance, Adventure and Comedy Rated: TV-MA or 15+ [uncut], TV-Y7 [Toonami version] for adult situations, language Season and Series Explanation With all the different Tenchi continuities and storylines, this is how I'm organizing the seasons. Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki (season 1, OAV1) Number of Episodes: 6 + 1 Carnival special Continuity: Ryo-Ohki series Originally broadcast: Fall 1992 in Japan. Description: Tenchi Masaki's quiet life is shattered the day he releases the demon Ryoko from her imprisonment in the Masaki shrine. From then on, nothing is ever the same again as even more girls arrive from outer space - followed by the heinous and eternally wanted criminal Kagato. Could it be that this has some connection to the Masaki family past? Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki (season 1, OAV2) Number of Episodes: 6 + 1 Mihoshi special Continuity: Ryo-Ohki series Originally broadcast: Fall 1994 in Japan. Description: As Tenchi settles down to life with the five girls, a new force is stirring in the depths of the space - the higher dimensional life form known as Lady Tokimi. Just who is Tokimi, and why does she seem so interested in Washu? Tenchi Universe (season 2, TV1) Number of Episodes: 26 Also known as: Tenchi Muyo! TV Continuity: TV Series Originally broadcast: Spring-Summer 1995 in Japan. Description: Tenchi Universe retells the story of how Tenchi came to meet the girls, their adventures both on Earth, and later as fugitives in space. Introduces Kiyone as a regular of the TV series. Tenchi Universe video list 1. Tenchi Muyo on Earth 1 (ep 1-4) 2. Tenchi Muyo on Earth 2 (ep 5-7) 3. Tenchi Muyo on Earth 3 (ep 8-10) 4. Time and Space Adventures (ep 11-13) 5. Tenchi Muyo in Space 1 (ep 14-16) 6. Tenchi Muyo in Space 2 (ep 17-19) 7. Tenchi Muyo in Space 3 (ep 20-22) 8. The Last Battle (ep 23-26) Tenchi in Tokyo (season 3, TV2) Also known as : Shin Tenchi Muyo, New Tenchi Muyo Number of Episodes: 26 Continuity: different TV series Originally broadcast: Spring-Summer 1997 in Japan. Description: Set in yet another alternative universe, this series sees Tenchi heading off to attend school in Tokyo. As Tenchi settles into his new school, and even finds a new girlfriend, Sakuya, the girls back home spend all their time finding ways and excuses to get to Tokyo and be with him. But, unbeknownst to them, in the shadows, a new evil has awoken to toy with their fates. Tenchi in Tokyo video list 1. A New Start (ep 1-4) 2. A New Friend (ep 5-7) 3. A New Legend (ep 8-10) 4. A New Enemy (ep 11-13) 5. A New Love (ep 14-16) 6. A New Challenge (ep 17-19) 7. A New Career (ep 20-22) 8. A New Ending (ep 23-26) Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki (season 4, OAV3) Number of Episodes: 6 + 1 (Plus One) special Continuity: Ryo-Ohki series Originally broadcast: Fall 2003 in Japan. License Status: Licensed by Funimation for the US. Description: Tenchi and friends deal with a whole new bunch of characters, including extended families and even an arranged fiancée! But not every new person is a friend, especially with Lady Tokimi's warrior, Z, stirring up trouble and threatening destruction. Videos: Volume 1, Here comes the Bride (ep 1-3). Volume 2, Target: Tenchi (ep 4-6), is coming October 17th, 2006. Volume 3, Final Confrontations (ep 7 + bonus material) is coming November 28th, 2006. Tenchi Movies have their own continuity but are loosely based on the following seasons, which is where you'll find their episode guide: 1. Tenchi Muyo in Love (TV1) 2. Tenchi Muyo: The Daughter of Darkness (OAV) 3. Tenchi Muyo in Love 2: Tenchi Forever. (TV1) About the U.S. Broadcasts Tenchi first debuted on US Television as part of Cartoon Network's Toonami block on 7pm ET, where it was somewhat edited. Then in 2003, International Channel (now AZN TV) broadcast the unedited entire seasons 1-3 and the movies on Friday nights 8pm PT/11pm ET. Although AZN no longer shows Tenchi Muyo, they occasionally tease their anime audience with some of the more racy Tenchi movie clips. How can I watch the series?: Tenchi is currently not airing on any regular cable TV station, so your best bet to catch this series are places where you could rent movies and anime. If you do see it on cable, please post about it on the forums, especially if it shows up on AZN TV or Cartoon Network again. Spin-offs With so many Tenchi storylines, the producers even came up with these two Tenchi spin-offs: In Tenchi Muyo! GXP the perennially unlucky Seina Yamada finds himself recruited into the Galaxy Police Academy, where he faces not only space pirates, but girl trouble as crazy as Tenchi's! Aired in Spring-Summer 2002. In Pretty Sammy (aka Magical Project S), the smallest of the Tenchi Girls, Sasami, takes center stage as an Earth schoolgirl who is given the ability to transform into the magical girl Pretty Sammy. A fun parody of Magical Girl shows mixed with the usual Tenchi Muyo humor. OAV Aired in Spring 1995 and TV series in Fall 1996-Spring 1997. This will also house the Sasami Magical Girl Club series that aired in the mid 2000s. Manga: No Need for Tenchi and The All New Tenchi Muyo are loosely based on the first OAV continuity. Main Characters Tenchi Masaki - Thoughtful and hard-working, Tenchi used to be a normal teenager who lived a quiet life in the Okayama mountains with his father and grandfather. All that changed when a group of beautiful alien girls ended up living with him - not only are they extremely powerful and dangerous, but they all seem to have a crush on poor Tenchi! As the glue that binds the group together, Tenchi has formed close relationships with all of the girls, but to date he has yet to pick one over the others. Tenchi also has a connection to the Jurai royalty. Ryoko Hakubi - In the OAV, silver-haired Ryoko was a fearsome demon sealed in the Masaki Shrine 700 years ago, only to be accidentally released by Tenchi. In the TV series' she is a space pirate, but whatever her background, she is not someone to be trifled with. With the ability to fly, teleport and create energy blasts and weapons, Ryoko can hold her own in most battles, but the mere suggestion that she help out with the chores has her running for cover! Nonetheless, despite her self-centred attitude, there is one person she truly cares about: Tenchi. Ayeka Jurai - As the First Princess of Jurai, purple-haired Ayeka is well aware of the duties and responsibilities of her position, and attempts to act in a manner befitting her position- although the veneer of civilisation tends to slip whenever she gets upset! In both the OAV and TV series, she ends up stranded on Earth, and despite her initial reluctance to adapt to the situation, with Tenchi's help she manages to settle down and even enjoy herself. She also develops deeper feelings for Tenchi himself, and is constantly fighting with her old rival Ryoko over who should be the object of his affection. Sasami Jurai - As Ayeka's little sister, light-blue haired Sasami may be the youngest of the gang, but as it turns out, she is also the most practical- certainly you wouldn't want to trust anyone else to do the cooking! An innocent at heart, Sasami's trusting nature and ability to see the good in people has been known to win over even the most hostile enemy. Sasami seems to regard Tenchi as a big brother, often managing to sneak in a hug before Ryoko or Ayeka can get to him (much to their annoyance)! Washu Hakubi - The self-proclaimed number one scientific genius in the universe, red-haired Washu is a top mad scientist who loves nothing more than creating innovative (if sometimes explosive) new inventions in her extra-dimensional laboratory (connected to the Masaki house via the broom closet). Although she spends long periods alone in the lab, Washu manages to form friendships with the others, and has a soft spot for Tenchi in particular. Mihoshi Kuramitsu - Given her clumsiness and basic incompetence, it seems amazing that this blonde and tanned Mihoshi has made it to the rank of first-detective in the Galaxy Police (although in the OAV the fact that her grandfather is the GP Marshal might have something to do with it). Considered a walking disaster by her superiors, Mihoshi nonetheless somehow manages to complete her assignments through a mixture of optimism, determination and sheer luck. Despite her self-proclaimed dedication to her duty, Mihoshi can usually be found at Tenchi's house, napping, eating or just watching TV. Kiyone Makibi - Kiyone does not appear in the OAV continuity, but in the TV series she is a brilliant young GP officer with blue hair whose career took a dive the day she was assigned as Mihoshi's partner. Despite the fact that Mihoshi adores and looks up to her, Kiyone longs to be rid of her incompetent partner, whom she treats like an exasperating younger sibling. Although Kiyone currently serves as a resident officer on Earth, she is always on the lookout for a promotion- especially one that takes her far away from Mihoshi. Ryo-Ohki - As a cabbit (cat-rabbit combination), Ryo-Ohki may just look like a cute mascot pet, but there is far more to her than that- for she can also transform into a spaceship! Smart and affectionate, Ryo-Ohki technically belongs to Ryoko (except in Tenchi in Tokyo), but she is more often to be found with Sasami. In the various series, Ryo-Ohki has several other transformations, but one thing always remains the same- no matter what form she is in, she has an overwhelming love of carrots! Nobuyuki Masaki - Despite being Tenchi's father, Nobuyuki is in some respects less responsible than his son, especially when it comes to 'peeping' at the girls! A good person at heart, Nobuyuki has worked hard to raise his son ever since the death of his wife. Katsuhito Masaki - Tenchi's grandfather, Katsuhito is guardian of the Masaki shrine, and also an excellent swordsman. His calm nature and wealth of knowledge have led some to suspect that there may be more to him than meets the eye. Azaka and Kamidake - At first glance they seem to be a pair of talking logs, but in fact Azaka and Kamidake are Jurai guardians, charged with protecting Ayeka. Although they spend much of their time as gateposts, their knowledge and powers are nonetheless invaluable to the princess. Sakuya - Tenchi's ate in the Tokyo series. She befriends Tenchi but her past is somewhat mysterious.moreless
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