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    Samurai Jack

    Samurai Jack

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    Long ago, in a distant land, I, Aku, the shape shfiting Master of Darkness, unleashed an unspeakable evil. But a foolish samurai warrior wielding a magic sword stepped forward to oppose me. Before the final blow was struck, I tore open a portal in time and flung him into the future, where my evil is law. Now, the fool seeks to return to the past and undo the future that is Aku!

    This cartoon from Dexter's Labratory creator Genndy Tartakovsky tells the story of a great warrior displaced to the distant future by the evil shape-shifting wizard Aku. The world has become a bleak place under the rule of Aku, segregated into fantastic tribes and ruled by Aku's evil robot warlords. Jack travels this foreign landscape in search of a time portal that can return him to his home time so he can "undo the future that is Aku!".moreless
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    Johnny Test

    Johnny Test

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    Imagine having a lollipop that gives you the strength of a hundred men or a rocket-powered backpack that can send you to the Moon or genetically altering your dog to make him talk. Johnny Test can do all of that... and more! So it's not just another day in the life of a boy. Johnny Test chronicles the adventures of a fearless 11-year-old boy, his genetically engineered super dog Dukey and his 13-year-old super genius scientist twin sisters, Susan and Mary, who use Johnny as their guinea pig for their out-of-this-world scientific experiments. And half of the time their experiments cause something bad or earth-deadly to happen. Then they have to save the day after they started it. Broadcast History: Johnny Test originally premiered on Saturday, September 17, 2005 at 11:00am (ET) on Kids' WB! The show ran for three seasons on that network before premiering its fourth season Thursdays at 8:00pm (ET) on Cartoon Network. Season five premiered on Monday, June 13, 2011 at 7:00pm (ET). New episodes premiered in the series' new timeslot of Wednesdays at 7:30pm (ET) on January 11, 2012. New episodes currently air Wednesday at 7:30pm (ET) on Cartoon Network.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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    Duck Dodgers

    Duck Dodgers

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    Duck Dodgers is a hapless soul who was frozen inside a spaceship in the 21st century and came out 351 years later. Through his scheming and lies, Duck has convinced the Earth's Defensive Protectorate that he is a hero from the 21st century and has been given a spaceship and a crew. Together they form a "galactic force" that must team up against Earth's major enemy, Mars, and its Martian Commander X-2. The series comes from Looney Tunes cartoons featuring Daffy Duck and Marvin the Martian and Porky Pig.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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    Hamtaro

    Hamtaro

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    Hamtaro is the story of Laura, a 10 year old girl and her pet hamster, Hamtaro. While Laura is away, Hamtaro is at play. You will most likely find him playing with his hamster friends, the Ham-Ham gang. When together, they go on many adventures and help each other out. Popular in Japan for the past few years, Hamtaro is making his way over to the U.S. This guide is tailored to the U.S. version of the show, specifically the episodes shown on Cartoon Network.

    Although there was never any official announcement, Hamtaro is most-likely cancelled. The program hasn't aired any new episodes for around three years now and there is no indication that any further episodes will be produced.moreless
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    Camp Lazlo

    Camp Lazlo

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    Camp Lazlo is Cartoon Network's original Series. Created by Joe Murray, who is known for such shows as Nickelodeon's Rocko's Modern Life, Camp Lazlo features a very crazy summer camp. Cast: Like Joe's other show, this show also features all animal characters. Carlos Alazraqui, Tom Kenny, and Mr. Lawrence, who used to work for Joe on Rocko's Modern Life, also provide lead voices in this show. New voice actors/actresses are well-known voice actor Jeff Bennet, first time voice acting Steve Little, Broadway actress Jodi Benson, and Tom Kenny's wife Jill Talley. Story: Camp Lazlo chronicles life in a place called Camp Kidney that's set in the Pimpleback Mountains next to Leakey Lake, with rustic cabins named after all of the famous beans (Soy, Garbanzo, Jumping and Cocoa among them). It centers on an energetic Brazilian monkey named Lazlo who happens to be a Bean Scout and hangs with his two best pals: a wise and neurotic Indian elephant named Raj and Clam, your basic highly intelligent albino pygmy rhino. They're surrounded by Scoutmaster Algonquin C. Lumpus, a thin-skinned moose, and a Squirrel Scout camp full of girls across the lake. The adventures of once an ordered camp to a camp full of wacky events. Characters: Bean Scouts Lazlo is the main character of the show and he has a tough time with structure, rules and routines of the camp. Voiced by: Carlos Alazraqui. Raj is a giant elephant who hates a mess, cowers from snakes, bugs, often brings Lazlo back down to Earth, and hates being alone which is why he often follows his friends -- and getting in trouble with them. Voiced by: Jeff Glenn Bennett. Clam is the third member of the group in the Jelly Cabin trio. Although he is often described as "four cents short of a nickel." he is acutally very intelligent, but never applies himself. Voiced by: Carlos Alazraqui. Lumpus, the frustrated and scoutmaster moose, is always trying to bring down the fun and he is very self-centered. He has a major crush on Jane Doe, the scoutmisstress of Acorn Flats. Voiced by: Tom Kenny. Slinkman is Lumpus' sidekick who has all the personality of a tree stump and no back bone. He is an obediant person slug but doesn't stand up for himself. Voiced by: Tom Kenny. Edward the Platypus is Lazlo's self-proclaimed enemy who always tries to ruin everyone's day and if someone is not on his side holds a strong grudge. Voiced by: Doug Lawrence. The Dung Beetles, or, Chip and Skip, are Edward's two smelly, and clueless Dung Beetle "side-kicks". Voiced by: Steve Little. Squirrel Scouts Patsy Smiles is a chirpy mongoose that has a major crush on Lazlo. Even though she can be a bit annoying at times, she makes attempts to get to him. Other than that characteristic, she actually knows various fighting moves and hates a lot of girly stuff like dresses. Voiced by: Jodi Bensons. Nina Neckerly, one of Patsy's best friends, she's very much the smart one of her friends. More on the bookish side and maybe a nice Squirrel Scout among everyone. Voiced by: Jill Talley. Gretchen is an ever-hungry alligator that wants to eat anything, especially happy monkeys. She's the toughest one of the 3 main Squirrel Scouts and is always in a grouchy mood. Therefore, she is best to be avoided. Voiced by: Jill Talley. The Scoutsmistress of the Squirrel Scouts, Jane Doe is a perky deer that has to deal with the girls everyday. She is unaware of Lumpus' crush for her. Voiced by: Jodi Benson. Together these characters make one big laugh-fest! Production: Camp Lazlo is airing with new episodes on Cartoon Network's "Fridays" at 8:00 P.M (E/P) which started on July, 8, 2005. Cartoon Network has ordered 26 episodes of Camp Lazlo airing on it's "Fridays" programming block. Those 26 episodes will be split into 13 episodes for each season so Camp Lazlo already has a second season in production. Now, season 3 of the show will begin airing in June 2006 while season 4 of Camp Lazlo is in production, making the total of 52 episodes. Award --The series won 3 awards on the Cartoons on the Bay even taken place in Positano, Italy. It won 3 three Pulcinella Awards for best TV Series, Best Series for Children, and Best Character for Lazlo. --Got an Emmy nomination for the episode "Hello Dolly/Overcooked Beans".moreless
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    The Land Before Time

    The Land Before Time

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    Join the adventures of the dinosaurs from The Land Before Time in this new animated series. Don't miss out as they explore their world and have cool adventures in the Great Valley and the Mysterious Beyond.moreless
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    Batman: The Brave and the Bold

    Batman: The Brave and the Bold

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    In this new animated series, Batman travels to the past and future, journeys beneath the sea and into outer space, and teams up with fellow heroes such as Blue Beetle, Green Arrow, Plastic Man, Aquaman, Red Tornado, Wildcat, and many more, in this series inspired by the classic DC comic The Brave and the Bold.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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    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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    Metalocalypse

    Metalocalypse

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    Metalocalypse is a flash animated comedy airing on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim, created by Brendon Small and Tommy Blacha. Seasons 1 and 2 featured eleven-minute episodes; season 3 has been expanded to conventional half hour episodes. The series follows the exploits of a fictitious half American/half Scandinavian death metal band known as Dethklok. The band and its members are huge the world over, but incredibly stupid - a death metal version of Spinal Tap. Watch as they leave a trail of destruction and mayhem in their wake with their ear-melting onslaught of metal!moreless
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    Dragon Ball GT

    Dragon Ball GT

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    Dragon Ball GT is the continuation of Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball. Goku is accidentally wished back into his child form thanks to Pilaf trying to use the Black Star Dragon Balls. Now he, along with a grown up Trunks and his granddaughter Pan, must travel the universe to search for these Black Star Dragon Balls and return them to the Earth within one year, or the Earth will be destroyed. Of course it's not going to be easy, but with the help of a robotic friend named Giru they're sure to succeed. The bigger question is what new dangers will await our heroes in space and when they return to Earth? The Dragon Ball GT Rap: Witness the ultimate battle between the greatest of the greatest in all the worlds. Take the Grand Tour, Grand Tour, GT. Step Into the Grand Tour, Grand Tour, Grand Tour, Step Into the Grand Tour, Grand Tour, Grand Tour, Dragon Ball GT! Step Into the Grand Tour, A brand new adventure begins, Another challenge for Goku and his friends. Now he's a Saiyan strong, Pilaf makes him a child again. The Dragon Balls are turning, burning to end the world and everything within: the ultimate battle between good and evil, Who's gonna win? When the sand clock dictates the consequence will our heroes have the strength to be the last line of defense? Your wish has been granted. Step into the Grand Tour, Dragon Ball GT!moreless
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    Skatoony

    Skatoony

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    Skatoony is a quiz show where two hosts Chudd Chudders and the Earl ask people questions if they get them wrong they are kicked out into some sort of factory the factory changes every episode the episodes used to repeat at 7:00p.m but they now repeat at 6:30p.m all though it's last week's repeats. The show is based on a game which was on the Cartoon Network microsite in 2000 and the original Skatoony phone in shows.





    Character Guide:





    Chudd Chudders:

    The main host in Skatoony he is the one who presents games such as ''Bang on or Bogus'' and ''The Skatoony Quiz Champ Challenge'' and his best friend and co host is The Earl.



    The Earl:

    The hunk of the show he seems to be attractive to the girls and is Chudd's co host.He hosts his own game ''Earl's Halfway Deal'' where in the middle of Quiz Champ Challenge he takes the time higher for the one who is in the game who has two answer the 10 questions before time runs out.His best friend is Chudd Chudders.



    Tony Eagle Eyes:

    The cheapskate of the show he is the Skatoony boss and seems to boss the hosts Chudd and Earl and his relatives seem to once appear on the show like his grandma or his cousin T.J.









    THEME SONG:



    Girl: Skatoony!



    The Earl: Where it is the word on the street



    Girl: Skatoony!



    The Earl: It makes me feel so neat



    Girl: Skatoony!

    The Earl: It gets me hot inside



    BOTH: Skatoony,why don't you take me for a ride?



    Girl: Skatoony!



    The Earl: It sounds really neat



    BOTH:It's crazy,wacky,looney baby!



    The Earl:It's Skatoony,yeah!



    *Various pictures of Chudd and Earl probably when they have been on vacation*



    The Earl:All,right!



    Skatoony is currently on hiatus which means they are making a second season which will probably air about April 2007.moreless
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    The Super Hero Squad Show

    The Super Hero Squad Show

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    The heroes of Super Hero City - Iron Man, Hulk, Wolverine, Thor, Falcon, Silver Surfer (Season 1), the Scarlet Witch (Season 2), and hero-in-training Reptil - team up to fight crime against numerous super villains, with help from peace-keeping agency S.H.I.E.L.D. (run by Captain America and Ms. Marvel), in this Cartoon Network animated series based on the toyline of a similar name. Each superhero possesses a certain ability that makes the Super Hero Squad the perfect team. Iron Man - Technology factor Hulk - Strength factor Falcon - Speed factor Silver Surfer - Energy factor Thor - elemental factor Wolverine - animal factor In Season 1, the heroes try to obtain all the fractals of the shattered Infinity Sword before Doctor Doom and his squad of VillainVille evil-doers can. In Season 2, the heroes travel throughout the galaxy to stop a powerful alien named Thanos from obtaining all the Infinity Gems, so he can prove himself to Nebula and gain control over the universe.moreless
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    The Venture Brothers

    The Venture Brothers

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    Hank and Dean Venture, with their father Doctor Venture and faithful bodyguard Brock Samson, go on wild adventures facing megalomaniacs, zombies, and suspicious ninjas, all for the glory of adventure. Or something like that. Hank and Dean Venture are relatively identical twins, only born four minutes apart, who live for the thrill of adventure. Their dated vocabulary and high-pitched voices are intentionally annoying, especially to their father, Doctor Venture, a boy genius turned mediocre scientist who hates everything about his life. In the midst of this conflict is Brock Samson, a man of swift neck-breaking action. Preferring to resort to his brawn instead of his brain, Brock is simple but effective, and does a better job at taking care of the kids than Doctor Venture, as long as they leave his treasured Dodge Charger alone. The Venture Brothers is a take off of Johnny Quest and the Hardy Boys.moreless
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    Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex

    Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex

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    It is a time when, even if nets were to guide all consciousness that had been converted to photons and electrons toward coalescing, standalone individuals have not yet been converted into data to the extent that they can form unique components of a larger complex. Based on the manga by Shirō Masamune and made popular world-wide by Mamoru Oshii's 1995 cyberpunk classic, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex adds more to the rich, philosophical tale of the fusion between man and machine. The year is 2030 and man and machine are fast becoming fully integrated. Advancements in computer technology that can be melded into both body and mind have become readily available. Criminal acts have entered a new era as well. Exploiting the very systems meant to advance society for the better, criminals have created new ways to get what they desire. Cyberbrains, now very commonplace within society, allow for the abuse of people's minds through hacking. Along with body enhancements come androids that allow for criminals to work their machinations from behind the scenes. As new and more serious forms of crime escalate, more advanced police units are needed to handle these emerging threats. That is why Public Security Section 9, a special task force made up of both flesh and blood humans and mechanical cyborgs, has been assembled. Equipped with the latest technology and advance multipedal tanks called Tachikomas, Section 9 handles high crimes committed against the Japanese people. Each member has their own strong points that come in handy during each mission, but when dealing with such highly advanced criminals, strong points are second only to cold, hard skill. Japanese Title: 「攻殻機動隊 STAND ALONE COMPLEX」 「Kōkaku Kidōtai STAND ALONE COMPLEX」 Literal Translation: Offensive Shell Mobile Unit. Artistic Translation: Mobile Armoured Riot Police. Age Rating: TV-M; 青年 / 成年 - Seinen (Pronounced Say-nen) (Young Adult) / Seinen (Adult). Violence, Language, Nudity, Political Intrigue. Genres: Mecha, Military, Police, Science Fiction, Politics. Intro Theme: 「Inner Universe」by Origa (eps 1-26) 「Rise」by Origa (eps 27-52) Outro Theme: 「Lithium Flower」 by Scott Matthew (eps 1-26) 「Living Inside the Shell」by Steve Conte (eps 27-52) SAC: 1995 Movie Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex takes place in the year 2030, one year after the events of the first movie that was released in 1995. However, SAC takes place in an alternate universe. Thus, the events of the movie never take place in the world of SAC. A Note about the Episodes For Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - 1st GIG, the SA/C nomenclature denotes SA as 'Stand Alone' and C as 'Complex'. 'Stand Alone' episodes deal with various cases that Section 9 handles. 'Complex' episodes cover one major case that Section 9 investigates throughout the first season. For Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - 2nd GIG the IN/DI/DU nomenclature denotes IN as 'INdividual' episodes, DI as 'DIvidual' episodes, and DU as 'DUal' episodes. While one may think that IN refer to the Stand Alone episodes of the second season, they actually are the Complex episodes of 2nd Gig. DI episodes are the Stand Alone episodes. Finally, DU episodes cover cases pertaining to the Japanese Government.moreless
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    Chowder

    Chowder

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    In the fantasy town of Marzipan, a very succesful kitchen is run by Mung Daal. But Mung is also a teacher.A young child by the name of Chowder is the well-known chef's apprentice. Chowder believes that one day, he will be a widely respected chef like the one he is working with. However, Chowder has a problem. He cannot stop gorging himself on the culinary delights by which he finds himself surrounded.And when you mix in a rock monster named Shnitzel and a bad-tempered wife, Truffles, then there`s nothing less than absolute chaos to be found in Marzipan. Character Bios: Chowder - A small, eccentric, and slightly overweight child who wants to become a great chef. The problem is he will eat any culinary concoction he finds himself tempted with. Chowder's pet is Kimchi, who is a cloud of "stink". He's a Cat/Bear/Rabbit thingy Mung Daal - A food genius and Chowder's master. He is teaching Schnitzel and Chowder how to be chefs. He knows of rare foods like the "No Fruit". He is like a father to Chowder. Truffles - Mung Daal's wife, Truffles is a bit moody,and it doesn`t` take much to get on her bad side. She serves as a mother for Chowder. Shnitzel - A professional chef who works at Mung Daal's Catering. All he says is "radda", although the other characters have no problems understanding him. Panini - The same species as Chowder, who has a crush on Chowder (who does not return her feelings), who thinks she is Chowder's girlfriend, and lets him know this at every time she can. She is also Ms. Endive's apprentice. Ms. Endive - A chef who teaches culinary skill to Panini with strict discipline. She is often unkind, and considers Mung Daal to be her inferior rival. She is tall and pudgy. Gazpacho - A wooly mammoth who is a storekeeper, selling strange food to customers. Kimchi - A stink cloud that is Chowder's best friend and pet. Most people don't want to be around Kimchi because of his smell. He often just follows the group. Chowder just seems to ignore his smell. Theme Song: Mung Daal: You take the moon, and you take the sun... Chowder: You take everything that seems like fun! Truffles: You stir it all up, and when you're done... Shnitzel: Rada rada rada ra-ra rada rada! All: So come on in, feel free to do some looking Stay a while, 'cause something's always cooking Come on in, feel free to do some looking Stay a while, 'cause something's always cooking Yeah!moreless
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    Paranoia Agent

    Paranoia Agent

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    When darkness overcomes the heart, Lil' Slugger appears...

    An elementary school boy on Rollerblades dubbed Lil' Slugger (Shounen Bat) is said to be responsible for a series of mysterious hit-and-run assaults in Tokyo. The circumstances are always the same: none of the victims can recall the boy's face and only two distinct details are left in their memories - golden Rollerblades and the weapon, a golden baseball bat bent like a dog's leg.

    Two police detectives, Keiichi Ikari and Mitsuhiro Maniwa, are assigned to the case to track down the perpetrator and put an end to his violent and random spree. What at first may seem like a typical act of juvenile vandalism soon turns out to bear the signature of an unclear evil. The attacks never leave their victims as they were before as each victim before the attack is overcome by stress, depression, or an emotional trauma created by their environment, their past, or their secrets. They are so overwhelmed that they enter a state of paranoia as they fight their inner demons. After a good smack in the head, they seem as if that their emotional trauma has been alleviated. Starting with the first victim Tsukiko Sagi, a shy character designer who created the immensely popular pink dog Maromi, the detectives follow what little clues they have and try to apprehend the boy. But just when they think they got it solved, things get more complicated as they reach the end of their line.

    Opening Song: "Dream Island Obsessional Park" by Susumu Hirasawa

    Closing Song: "White Hill - Maromi's Theme" by Susumu Hirasawamoreless
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    Trigun

    Trigun

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    Meet Vash The Stampede, a man worth $$60,000,000,000! Responsible for destroying many cities he's traveled through, you'd think this guy is quite a heartless fiend. Yet, in one of the cities, he destroyed it without killing a single person. Meryl Strife and Milly Thompson are two insurance agents assigned to look after Vash and deal with his wake of destruction, but the Vash they discover is quite the opposite; he is really silly and foolish, but gentle and caring. He goes through great lengths to save the lives of the innocent without taking the lives of the guilty. An emotionally driven yet funny, philosophical yet silly, action packed yet dramatic series by Yasuhiro Nightow, Trigun enjoyed a long manga run from 1998 - 2007, but has been made into a 26-episode anime in 1998 by Madhouse. It is directed by Satoshi Nishimura (Fighting Spirit) and its screenplay was done by Yosuke Kuroda (Tenchi Muyo series). The English dub was done by Pioneer, and features one of Johnny Yong Bosch's (Bleach, Power Rangers) premier voice acting roles. In 2003, Trigun was added to Cartoon Network's Adult Swim schedule, where it enjoyed much success up through 2005. Trigun Video Titles The $$60,000,000,000 Man (1-4) Lost Past (5-7) Wolfwood (8-10) Gung-Ho Guns (11-13) Angel Arms (14-16) Project Seeds (17-19) Puppet Master (20-22) High Noon (23-26) Q: What is with that cat?! A: Nightow has an affection for Kuroneko (black cat) as he is one his first manga characters. He appears in random scenes throughout the series.moreless
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