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    Sitting Ducks

    Sitting Ducks

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    Welcome to the Sitting Ducks guide at TV.com THE STORY In the whimsical world of Ducktown, one bird stands out from the flock: Bill, a well-liked but seldom understood who waddles to a different beat. He finds a kindred soul in Aldo, an alligator from the neighboring town of Swampwood. Together, these unlikely friends struggle to find happiness as best buddies in an alligator-eat-duck world. Bill and Aldo have a remarkable friendship. Bill's neighbors in Idyllic Ducktown, Ed, Oly and Waddle, often drag the mismatched duo into wacky, and sometimes dangerous adventures. Aldo shows remarkable restraint and patience with his feathered friends, but other gators, who reside in neighboring Swampwood, are most interesting in ducks as snacks than as pals, which makes Aldo feel sometimes like he is no-longer a part of a family. But he eventually realizes that the ducks are his friends and nothing can ever change that. Based on Michael Bedard's world-renowned airbrush paintings, posters and books, Sitting Ducks takes place in the whimsical world of Ducktown. Here, a friendship between Bill the duck and Aldo the alligator - two creatures on opposite ends of the food chain - sets the scene for some interesting adventures, and a lot of fun. CHARACTER BIOGRAPHY Bill the Duck - Bill is the big-hearted duck in Sitting Ducks, his best friend is Aldo and learns that Aligators can sometimes not be bad. Bill has a red bow-tie on all the time making him very recognizable. As the series goes on you can see Bill and Aldo's friendship growing larger than ever. Aldo the Alligator - Aldo is the hungry best friend of Bill, Aldo is usually found next to his best pal, Bill. When Aldo learns that ducks can also become good friends instead of good food he starts eating chicken instead. Aldo is very protective over his duck-friend, Bill. Bev - Bev is the owner of the Decoy Cafe in Ducktown. Most ducks refer to Bev as the hot chick. Bev is always found inside the Decoy Cafe serving hungry ducks and learns also that alligators aren't half bad at all. Cecil - Cecil is the dentist of Ducktown. If someone has a tooth-ache he can fix it in a nippy. Cecil has a blue-green working-shirt on and usually has some dental equipment somewhere with him. Cecil is very nice and is always friendly to anyone he meets even if it has to be an alligator. Clair - Clair is the wife of Cecil and is his practical companion of Cecil also. She always wears a blue necklace around her and often has her feathers spiked up. She is very polite and helps a lot of people around Ducktown. The thing that scares Clair the most is alligators. Clair is always around if someone is in need of her. Ed - Ed is the oldest brother of Oly and Waddle. Ed tends to think that he is the best at everything and bets on specific things. Ed is very smart even though sometimes he makes stupid decisions. He is always found either next to Oly or Waddle. Oly - Oly is the great artist of many ducks in Ducktown. He is older than Waddle but younger than Ed. Oly is always found with a light-green hat on his head, he always tries to stay out of trouble with his two brothers. Oly is probably the most politest out of Ed and Waddle. Waddle - Waddle is the dumb-witted younger brother of Ed and Oly. He is the fatter one of the three, who loves milkshakes and loves to eat. Waddle is not very bright at all and causes the brothers to get into trouble all the time. Waddle tends to be the shortest of Ed and Oly and talks funny. Raoul - Raoul is the trouble-making crow that hangs around Ducktown. This Spanish-speaking crow who always tries bringing trouble to Bill, Aldo and their friends. Raoul goes crazy over money whenever there is talk about money he goes insane and his eyes get little dollar signs in them. Fred - Fred is the dis-placed penguin who tends to be the only penguin in Ducktown. He gets very hyper over little things. Fred is always inside his apartment usually watching television. Sometimes he wishes that their were more penguins in Ducktown.moreless
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    Krypto: the Superdog

    Krypto: the Superdog

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    Krypto, the Superdog, chronicles the comedic canine adventures of Metropolis' day-saving superdog from Planet Krypton. Krypto jettisons to Earth after traveling across the galaxies as a test-pilot puppy aboard a malfunctioning rocket ship built by Superman's father. Landing astray on unfamiliar terrain, the fully-grown Krypto swiftly seeks out companionship on Earth and flips over Kevin Whitney, a young boy who too longs for friendship. With an amazing array of super hero powers, ranging from heat vision to super strength to flying, Krypto partners with best pal Kevin to fight evil forces that threaten the safety and well-being of the people and animals of Metropolis.

    Theme Song

    Krypto, Krypto the Superdog, Krypto, Krypto the Superdog, It's Superdog time.

    He's a super dog, He's a super hero, He came to Earth from outer space, And his name is Krypto.

    He's super strong, He's super brave.

    He's Krypto, Krypto the Superdog, Krypto, ruff, ruff, and away, Krypto, Krypto the Superdog, Krypto, ruff, ruff, and away.

    He's super smart, In every way.

    He's Krypto, Krypto the Superdog, Krypto, ruff, ruff, and away, Krypto, Krypto the Superdog.

    See that super dog, Flying through the air, He's got super powers, Bad guys beware!

    Krypto, Krypto the Superdog!moreless
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    Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles

    Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles

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    'LEGO Star Wars' returns with three more funny and action-packed animated specials, which are set in the prequel timeline. 'The Yoda Chronicles' follows Jedi Master Yoda and his newest class of Padawans in a fight to prevent Darth Sidious and his minions from building a new super-weapon that will destroy the Republic.moreless
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    MAD

    MAD

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2013)
    A new animated series based on the content from "Mad Magazine." Each episode contains a collection of short-animated parodies of television shows, featured films, games, celebrities, and other media using several forms of animation.moreless
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    Secret Mountain Fort Awesome

    Secret Mountain Fort Awesome

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    Ever wondered if there was a world of monsters waiting to unleash themselves onto the world? Wonder no more. This new animated series will depict a world where monsters and humans will have to learn to live together.moreless
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    MÄR: Märchen Awakens Romance

    MÄR: Märchen Awakens Romance

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2007)
    Ginta Toramizu is a boy who always dreamed of a fantasy world, but now has actually been teleported to one - MÄR Heaven. Ginta was always known as a scrawny guy, and now in MÄR Heaven, he's stronger than ever. When Ginta first enters the world, he meets a strange witch Dorothy, who introduces him to the powerful ÄRMs; artifacts that can possess the power to transform into weapons, summon monsters, or other abilities. Ginta finds a special ÄRM call Babbo. Babbo is special: not only is he a weapon ÄRM, but he is alive and by saying that, he can talk, drink, and move of his own accord. Babbo was once the weapon of a very powerful knight named Phantom, the leader of the Chess Pieces who has returned to conquer MÄR Heaven.

    This show is now airing on Cartoon Network as a part of Toonami AND on Cartoon Network's broadband service Toonami Jetstream.

    General Note on Airdates: MÄR airs on Cartoon Network and Viz's broadband service, Toonami Jetstream. Even though TV.com has broadband shows in its database, the airdates and the titles for each episode are that of it's original U.S. regular Toonami airing. The Japanese titles and airdates, and the Jetstream airdates can be found in their respective episodes. However, the Jetstream airdates will remain until the Toonami broadcast replaces them. Toonami aired some of the episodes out of order, but finally went back to airing in episodic order on February 24, 2007 at a new timeslot - 10:00pm EST.moreless
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    Big O

    Big O

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    Roger Smith is Paradigm City's top negotiator; he is called upon in times of conflict to try to negotiate through an ordeal. However, Paradigm City isn't like most normal cities. Forty years ago, an event occurred that caused all living individuals to completely lose their memories. People continued to struggle with their existence, despite this fact, though the search for memories still drives mankind to the brink of insanity. That event also caused a few people to gain some special abilities, such as the right to be a Dominus of a MegaDeus. Roger is capable of calling upon the power of Big O, his own MegaDeus, which he decides to use to defend the city from other MegaDeuses. He continues to live by his ideal, that "people are not ruled by their memories!" This is the guide to the Adult Swim version and the dub. For the WOWOW and original Japanese version, go here. Note: Both guides are the same in terms of episodes and summaries (although what is actually currently submitted is different), just the airdates and cast differ. Airdates: The Big O began airing on Japanese television on October 13, 1999. It lasted through January 13, 2000 running 13 episodes. It was canceled, due to only average ratings. On April 2, 2001 it was dubbed and aired on Cartoon Network's Toonami Block. It ran all 13 episodes, but was edited. Due to the fact that the demographic watching the series was older than the one Toonami hoped to aim for, it was taken off Toonami and aired on Adult Swim. On AS, it was a huge success. On August 3, 2003, a second season was co-produced by Cartoon Network and debuted on Adult Swim. This second season, sometimes called The Big O II or simply Big O II, continues the storyline beginning with the last part of the first season's last episode. However, there are some obvious differences in the and narrative. The Adult Swim airing lasted until November 2, 2003. The Japanese airing of Season 2 lasted from January 2, 2003 to March 27, 2003. The producers wanted a third Season, but one was never created. Season 3? Due to a large amount of mysteries left unsolved by the finale of the second season, the production crew wanted to create a third season to tie up the loose ends and finish the series, as per an option on the contract between Cartoon Network and Sunrise. However, the network determined that the show lacked the marketability and numbers to continue airing new episodes on Adult Swim. There is a great deal of controversy over this decision, however nothing is known for sure. For example, the show's ratings were not nearly as bad as Adult Swim had stated. They weren't high, but they weren't low. The reason why Adul Swim said they were bad nd if this fact is 100% true is still unknown for sure. A petition is still available here. The creators behind it are still seeking a certain number of signatures required by Time Warner for consideration of a third season.moreless
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    .hack//DUSK

    .hack//DUSK

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    Two twins, Shu-go and Rena, win characters that model the legendary .hackers Kite and BlackRose. Shu-go is one day beaten by a high level monster. When he was revived he is given Kite's bracelet from a mysterious girl named Aura, which starts the many mysteries of .hack//DUSK .hack/DUSK is set four years after the events that happened in the PS2 games and even though CC Corp has successfully been able to cover up the events that happened, some older gamers can still remember what happened in "The World". .hack//DUSK (also known as The Legend of the Twilight)is based on .hack//SIGN, the.hack Games and the manga.moreless
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    Total Drama World Tour

    Total Drama World Tour

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    The cast of Total Drama goes on a tour around the world and faces the toughest, most embarrassing, most disgusting challenges you can imagine. See who has what it takes to complete the challenges in this fast paced series that's sure to make you squirm.moreless
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    Sheep in the Big City

    Sheep in the Big City

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    Welcome to the Sheep in the Big City guide at TV.com.

    Sheep in the Big City is Cartoon Network's ninth original animated series. The show is a c livestock-out-of-water story about a sheep named Sheep who runs away from the farm and hides out in the big city to escape the Top Secret Military Organization on his tail. Sheep faces problems like finding a nice apartment, balancing work and social life, and avoiding a rich socialite who pummels him with a stainless-steel wig.

    Characters

    SHEEP- Just your average sheep trying to make an honest living in The Big City while avoiding being captured by the secret military organization for a sheep powered ray gun. And finding ways to see his beloved Swanky the poodle while avoiding the steel pounding of Lady Richington's Steel wig.

    General Specific- The leader of the Secret Military Organization. He is your average General assigned to capturing sheep to power the sheep powered ray gun. Although he is usually outsmarted by sheep he never gets discouraged.

    Private Public- Private Public is the right hand man at the SMO. Even though he is lightyears smarter then General Specific he is happy to take the orders rather than give them.

    Angry Scientist- The Brains behind the SMO but is usually to busy correcting General Specific for calling him a Mad Scientist to be of much help and what he lacks in patience he makes up for in the hump on his back.

    Narator- The unseen narrator...well sorta. He is the introducer and is usually upset at the writing of the episode but has an over appreciation for the beloved sheep.moreless
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    The Mr. Men Show

    The Mr. Men Show

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    The Mr. Men Show is an animated sketch comedy for children, based on the books by Roger Hargreaves. The show will feature twenty five Mr. Men and Little Misses, some of which have been re-designed for the series. Each episode will consist of a specific theme, as well as music that revolve around one or more of the characters.moreless
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    Perfect Hair Forever

    Perfect Hair Forever

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    Perfect Hair Forever is a show about a young boy named Gerald who for some unknown reason is going bald. He sets off on an adventure to gain "perfect hair forever" under the guidance of his mentor, Uncle Grandfather, and Rod, The Anime God. He meets many strange individuals who join him in his quest including the Action Hotdog, Norman Douglas (Former the Inappropriate Comedy Tree), The King of All Animals, Twisty (aka Terry), and others. He is thwarted at every step by Coiffio, the Evil Controller of Cats, whose minions include Catman, Model Robot, and the Astronomic Cat.

    Essentially it's a big parody of Japanese Anime, and is not meant to be taken seriously, at all. Not even a little bit.moreless
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    The Life and Times of Juniper Lee

    The Life and Times of Juniper Lee

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    Juniper Lee is a typical 11-year-old girl born into the secret responsibility of fighting the forces of mischief and chaos that hide everywhere. On any given day, she may have to skip out on her best friend's birthday party to discipline some unruly 6-foot leprechauns or smack down some troublemaking gnomes. Theme Song In a world full of monsters and demons, June is the only one who sees them. When evil beasts start their plotting and scheming, She kicks butt and sends them home screaming, Sends them home screaming... Go! Go! Go! Go! You can't stop the girl... When crazy creatures come, June has to stop them; She'd be happy if it wasn't her problem; She's the one who has to resolve them, Has to resolve them... Go! Go! Go! Go! You can't stop the girl...moreless
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    Porky Pig

    Porky Pig

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    Porky Pig is an animated comedic collection of TV series shorts gathered from the best of Warner Bros. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies fan favorite Porky Pig. While Bugs Bunny gets all the glory, Porky Pig holds the power as the first character created for the cartoon series. His stuttering signature line has made this everyman infamous and well known for his signing off Looney Tunes line of "That's All Folks!". Watch Porky Pig go to Wackyland in order to hunt down the elusive Dodo bird, as he deals with his scaredy cat Sylvester in a visit to a haunted mansion, and when he takes on his new job as a milkman. Academy Award nominated, loved by critics, fans, and creators alike, and a staple of childhoods galore, Porky Pig is a classic cartoon character with even more classic short cartoons.moreless
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    The Popeye Show

    The Popeye Show

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    Each episode of The Popeye Show includes three Popeye cartoons that have been restored to their original theatrical state. Along with that, the show presents facts and trivia about Popeye and his supporting cast, from his origins in E.C. Segar's 'Thimble Theatre' comic strip, to notable people behind the scenes, such as Jack Mercer and Max and Dave Fleischer, who made Popeye a star.moreless
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    Super Milk Chan

    Super Milk Chan

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    This show star Milk-chan, a selfish, drooling, potty-mouthed, 5 year old superhero without any superpowers. She lives alone with her robot nanny, (Tetsuko), that looks like a giant milk bottle and a slug, (Hanage), who drinks too much and her mechanical dog, (Robodog), that pees on everything. She spends her time dodging her landlord since she's six months behind on the rent. Every episode the President (of everything) calls her on the hot line, and there is some trouble at hand. Don't worry about her lack of abilities though, she doesn't really accomplish anything, just complains and swears a lot. The American version is outrageously funny! The humor in this show is definitely off beat and strange, just about as strange as a powerless 5 year old superhero who lives alone. In one show she convinces her landlord to leave by imitating Michael Jackson. "Michael" threatens to slaughter a bunch of cows and place a blood curse on the landlord if he doesn't leave. "There's a slot on my **** between Spielberg and Geffen." Michael Jackson (Milk) yells at the poor man. In the same episode the president discusses his sexual exploits with the tot and relates how Condoleezza Rice said that she wanted more of his 'executive branch.' The humor is definitely off kilter. One problem Milk faces is tracking down a counterfeiter who has replaced the picture of Mary-Kate Olsen on the new currency with that of Ashley Olsen. As the president states, there's no way that "Joe McBus-pass" will notice that difference. It's up to Super Milk-chan to find the creator of the bogus bills before the economy is ruined. This is The Super Milk-chan Show. Is it wholesome? Probably not. Good for you? Definitely.moreless
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    Tom Goes to the Mayor

    Tom Goes to the Mayor

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    Tom Peters is full of ideas. The Mayor is eager to embrace almost any proposal, as long as it is accompanied by a snazzy Powerpoint presentation or a cool musical number.

    Tom Peters is a would-be entrepreneur and civic do-gooder in the eccentric small town of Jefferton. He brings his crackpot ideas to The Mayor, who invariably endorses them. From there, the show explores the comedic possibilities of government machinations, provincial thinking and tragically misguided civic pride.

    Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, the show's creators, met in 1994 as college freshmen at Temple University, helping each other out on film and video coursework. After graduation, they continued to work together, working in both New York and Philadelphia on strange short films. One of their first projects, Tom Goes to The Mayor, a short, dry conversation about a proposed buffet restaurant, was included in Penn University's Institute of Contemporary Art and selected by the Philadelphia Festival of World Cinema as a short film. In 2001, Tim and Eric compiled "Tom" and several others shorts onto a tape that they sent to all their comedy heroes, including Bob Odenkirk. He liked it. Together, these three developed Tom Goes to The Mayor as a TV series, which they pitched to Adult Swim, while Tim and Eric continued to make short films and perform in comedy showcases. In early 2004, Adult Swim gave the greenlight to the series.

    Tom Goes to The Mayor has a unique animation style. Tim and Eric take still photographs of real actors, processing them with a computer filter. The various still poses are strung together to tell the story, in a fashion not unlike a school filmstrip. No "lip flap" and very little actual movement of arms, legs and objects are used. As a result, the series sets a new definition for the phrase "limited animation," and establishes a compelling visual style.

    The show was renewed for a 17 episode second season which began on June 5, 2006 and concluded on September 25, 2006.

    Season 1 and 2 DVDs are due out by Spring 2007 according to Tim and Eric's website.

    Theme Song Jefferton alive! Jefferton alive! The Mayor: (spoken) Hi. I'm the Mayor, and my door is always open for you! Jefferton alive! Tom Peters: (spoken) My name is Tom Peters and I'm full of ideas. Community spirit! The Mayor: (spoken) Hi, how are you? (laughs) Shopping! Food! Free to be, Being free, Jefferton alive!moreless
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    Grojband

    Grojband

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    Grojband, Cartoon Network's latest animated series, is about the spontaneous and rock-driven life of young, passionate musician, Corey Riffin, and his 3 best friends Laney, Kin, and Kon. Together, they create the ultimate rock band to pass the time. The problem: they haven't the slightest clue how to write good lyrics. Unless of course they steal juicy ideas from Corey's older sister, Trina's, diary. The evil, overly-emotional, and highly popular drama queen makes for the perfect source of a good song. With that in mind, Corey and his band create and rock to the best lyrics, always ending in a great show.moreless
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    Robotboy

    Robotboy

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    Robotboy is a battle machine with dreams of becoming a real boy. Upon hearing of Robotboy’s ability to spontaneously change into a fighting machine with the capability to wipe out entire armies, the evil genius Dr. Kamikazi, sets out to find Robotboy with hope of using him to enslave the world. Robotboy is sent to into hiding with a Tommy, who with the help of his friends Gus and Lola, teach Robotboy how to become a real boy as they keep him away from Dr. Kamikazi’s evil clutches.
    The series debuted in the U.K in November, each episode airing straight. The series is expected to have 52 episodes which is equal to 26 half hour episodes.moreless
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    12 oz. Mouse

    12 oz. Mouse

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    From the co-creator of Aqua Teen Hunger Force, The Brak Show, and Space Ghost comes 12 oz. Mouse, the story of a drunk mouse named Mouse Fitzgerald. He used to work for a secret government agency, and had a wife and a child. But one day he was brainwashed, and placed where he is today. He's recovering lost memories of his family and job, some of which are not real, with help of his friend Skillet, Eye, Rhoda, Liquor, and Roostre, who might be in a similar situation as Fitz. Meanwhile, Fitz is being watched over by Shark and the Rectangular Business Man...moreless
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