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    Pet Alien

    Pet Alien

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2005)
    Welcome to the Pet Alien Guide at TV.com!

    Show Description This series is about a young teenage boy named, Tommy Cadle who loves to hang out with his Pet Alien pals. It's a great series. Watch it! Imagine that you're an alien from outer space. You've left behind your boring, conformist dimension known as Conforma and traveled across time, space and other dimensions to arrive at planet earth, and then land in a little out-of-the-way seaside town called DeSpray Bay. More specifically, Tommy Cadle's lighthouse hideaway. That's right! Pet Aliens have crashed into the top of the lighthouse tower and made themselves at home. Unfortunately, the earth boy living there was none-too-keen on this house invasion. When Tommy woke to be greeted by a big, slobbering Gumpers, he did what any kid would do when faced with being devoured by a pink, fuzzy, lovable alien: he ran and fell off the top of his lighthouse! It looked like this was going to be a very short TV series. And then, Dinko to the rescue! The little green fellow raced down the side of the lighthouse and caught Tommy before he became a "Cadle pancake". Thus, a friendship was born – and we're not talking about the one between Swanky and himself. A special bond formed between human and a Pet Alien; sentimental and emotional attachment that remains solid, even if one can sometimes drive the other crazy.

    Character Guide Tommy Cadle - Tommy Cadle is an average thirteen-year old boy who one day met alien pals. Tommy Cadle had a boring life before the aliens came. Now his life's crazy and he experiences more adventures than ever. Tommy likes to draw and express his feelings in different ways. Tommy is the main character in this animated series.

    Dinko - Dinko brought a long all of these aliens to earth. Dinko is the leader of the alien gang as he helps out Tommy and his other pals. Dinko gives Tommy an adventure to his life. Without him, this series would be nothing. Dinko is one of the main stars of this series. You can't take this alien out of the series.

    Gumpers - Gumpers is the big, lovable alien who does nothing but being very lazy. Gumpers is a lot like a monster, the only problem is, Gumpers is afraid of monsters. Well, actually Gumpers is afraid of everything and that's how it's going to be in the lighthouse for a while.

    Flip - Flip is crazy and wild. His name, "Flip" describes a lot of his wacky personality. Flip's to hyper to even speak. Flip speaks altogether and it's extremely hard to tell what he is saying. To translate what Flip is saying, you better call up your Spanish teacher.

    Swanky - Swanky is a pain in the butt. Swanky was brought up by getting everything that he wants. This makes Swanky a nerve and puts him in the "boring" character in this series. Swanky's usually found trying to take over the lighthouse for himself. He doesn't really like the other aliens, but he gets around it somehow.

    Scruffy - Scruffy is the mega happy dog of your dreams. Well, he's not really a dog, he's an alien. Scruffy tagged along with the aliens because he was stranded by his owner, who we do not know. Scruffy loves to be scratched behind the ear and do all the stuff regular human-like dogs do. Without Scruffy this series would be a blur.moreless
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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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    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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    Korgoth of Barbaria

    Korgoth of Barbaria

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    Korgoth is a 30-minute animated parody of the sword and sorcery genre and follows the exploits of the most feared and physically awesome barbarian the world has ever seen. When an unsavory ruffian swings an axe into Korgoth's shoulder, it just makes him angry. And he's irritable and bellicose at the best of times. Korgoth lives in a world of spiteful wizards, overweight inn-keepers, devious and hedonistic thieves and distressed, scantily-clad maidens. Through brute strength, an absolute adherence to the tenets of stoicism, and a fair amount of sheer luck, Korgoth often finds himself coming out ahead of his medieval antagonists.moreless
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    Toonheads

    Toonheads

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    Toonheads is an "animation history" series that aired on Cartoon Network. It takes you behind the scenes of various cartoons from Warner Bros., MGM, Paramount, etc. Before and after commercial breaks, a segment called "Toonheads Trivia" breaks out and will ask a question to the viewers about a cartoon.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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    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 Drinky Crow Show

    The Drinky Crow Show

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2009)
    Based on the weekly comic-strip "Maakies", an alcoholic crow named Drinky Crow and a drunken Irish monkey named Uncle Gabby, set sail in an eighteenth century nautical setting. Drinky Crow & Uncle Gabby are crew members in Captain Maak's ship. They're currently in war with the French (Alligators), but usually they slack off and drink in the local town harbor. Drinky Crow is usually depressed, suicidal, and desperate. While Uncle Gabby is only obsessed with girls, sex, and booze. Uncle Gabby is also obsessed with Captain's Daughter. Even though no one knows her real name, they don't care. They're only interested in her looks and body. Drinky Crow is always trying to find a new girl. But when there's no one, he comes back to Phoebe. A bird who is always upset with his drinking problem. Lieutenant Vronchy from France, is the captain for his ship. He is Captain Maak's worst enemy, so both of the ships have battles often. Along with Vronchy is Mademmoiselle DeBoursay, a French spy working for his ship. she is highly trained, and usually always gets to Maak's ship easily since all the crew members are so dense. The Drinky Crow Show has finished it's first season. There is no word about a second season, yet.moreless
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    ZOIDS: Chaotic Century

    ZOIDS: Chaotic Century

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    In the far reaches of The Milky-Way on the Planet Zi exists metallic lifeforms that posses superior fighting skills. These are the Zoids. Warriors by nature. Zoids have been used as the ultimate weapons in an on-going war between the Imperial Forces and the republicans of Planet Zi. The first series is Chaotic Century. The first part take place during the war between the two greatest nations on Zi: the Empire and the Republic. Into this chaos enters three different yet connected lives:Van Flyheight, a young Republican who stumbles upon some ancient ruins; Zeek, an Organoid in the ruins who has the capacity to revive and maximize the potential of Zoids; and Fiona, an ancient Zoidian awakened from her sleep and who now accompanies Van on his journey into destiny. With the help of the kooky Dr. D, the mercenary Irvine, and the independent Moonbay among others, Van inadvertently finds himself on a course to stop the war before it takes a disastrous turn. "Foolish Ambtions should not be given the right to rule the Glorious Guylos Empire" according to Prime Minster Homalef. Prozan wants to get rid of the current Emperor, Rudolph. An eight year old boy, who is destined to be King after his grandfather passed away. He meets up with Van and the gang, who guarantees to protect him and bring him back to Guygalos. With the ancient power of the Deathsaur backing Prozan, and with his flunkie, Raven and Shadow it seems that Prozan will succeed.moreless
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    Hot Wheels Highway 35

    Hot Wheels Highway 35

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    AcceleRacers is a brand new chapter in the Hot Wheels saga! Vert Wheeler, Kurt Wylde, Taro Kitano and Mark Wylde are back with brand new cars, new teams and new drivers at their sides. Two new teams are formed, Teku and Metal Maniacs, and their mission is to stop the Racing Drones, a sinister team driven by an ancient evil that has destroyed Highway 35 and put Tezla's life in danger. Also back for the adventure are former World Race drivers Lani Tam and Kadeem who are now working behind-the-scenes for Tezla along with his sidekick Gig. It's been two years since the World Race so expect some changes in Vert and Mark who are now older and more experienced. AcceleRacers will air in four parts. Each part will air seperately throughout the year: Cartoon Network Schedule January 8, 2005: Part One (Ignition) March 19, 2005: Part Two (Speed of Silence) June 25, 2005: Part Three (Breaking Point) October 1, 2005: Part Four (Ultimate Race) AcceleRacer Teams Teku™ The ultimate in advanced high-tech and expensive high-fashion cars. Driver (Leader): Nolo Pasaro - Vehicles: Synkro, SpecTyte™, High Voltage™ Driver: Vert Wheeler - Vehicles: Power Rage®, Reverb™, Nightlife™ Driver: Kurt Wylde - Vehicle: Battle Spec Driver: Karma Eiss - Vehicle: Chicane™ Driver: Shirako Takamoto - Vehicle: Bassline™ Metal Maniacs™ Supercharged muscle machines that combine high-tech components and junkyard parts. Driver (Leader): Tork Maddox - Vehicle: Hollowback™ Driver: Mark Wylde - Vehicles: Spine Buster™, Flathead Fury™ Driver: Taro Kitano - Vehicle: Rivited™ Driver: Deezel "Porkchop" Riggs - Vehicles: Jack Hammer™, Jaw Jammer™, Piledriver™ Driver: Mitch "Monkey" McClurg - Vehicles: Rollin' Thunder™, Rat-ified™ Racing Drones™ Former test robots superior to any human adversary. Driver (Leader): Gelorum - Vehicle: RD09 Driver: RD-L1 - Vehicle: RD05 Driver: RD-S1 - Vehicles: RD02, RD06, RD08 Driver: MD-01 - Vehicle: RD07 World Race Based on the comic book series created by Starlight Runner Entertainment for Mattel to celebrate Hot Wheels 35th anniversary. The comic books where made up of 35 miniature editions that were included with the 35 cars featured in the World Race line and one full length graphic novel which was sold exclusively at Target stores. Starlight Runner created an entire storyline and 35 different characters in their series which revolved around the Hot Wheels World Race. Five teams, made up of the 35 drivers and their unique vehicles, were put together to compete in an incredible race through another dimension containing amazing and dangerous racing tracks. The teams were put together based on the drivers' special skills, abilities and experience. Their terrain specialties included urban, volcano, jungle, ocean and desert. World Race Teams: Wave Rippers™ Specialty: Ocean. Their vehicles can drive across and under water. Driver (Leader): Josef "Vert" Wheeler - Vehicle: Deora® II Driver: Alec "Hud" Wood - Vehicle: Switchback Driver: Finn Serpa - Vehicle: Backdraft™ Driver: Lani Tam - Vehicle: '55 Chevy® Nomad® Driver: Felix Sharkey - Vehicle: Power Pipes® Driver: Fluke - Vehicle: Chrysler Thunderbolt Driver: Mark Wylde - Vehicle: Corvette® Stingray® Street Breed™ Specialty: Urban. They grew up racing through the fast and furious streets of the world's major cities. Driver (Leader): Kurt Wylde - Vehicle: Sling Shot™ Driver: Dan Dresden - Vehicle: Side Draft™ Driver: Toño - Vehicle: Pontiac® Rageous Driver: Ricky Bell - Vehicle: 24/Seven™ Driver: Bart "Shrimp" Scampi - Vehicle: Road Rocket™ Driver: San Jay Khan - Vehicle: Aeroflash® Driver: Maximo - Vehicle: Pontiac® Firebird® Road Beasts™ Specialty: Jungle. With spikes and buzz saw blades their vehicles can cut through any jungle or forest. Driver (Leader): Banjee Castillo - Vehicle: Ballistik™ Driver: Ric Handy - Vehicle: Zotic™ Driver: Pete Karris - Vehicle: Twin Mill® Driver: Jerry Boylan - Vehicle: Moto-Crossed™ Driver: Skeet - Vehicle: Vulture® Driver: Yucatan - Vehicle: Power Rocket™ Driver: Esmeralda Sanchez - Vehicle: Power Pistons® Dune Ratz™ Specialty: Desert. Their vehicles can handle long stretches of desert. Driver (Leader): Brian "Zone" Kadeem - Vehicle: Krazy 8s™ Driver: Mojave - Vehicle: Wild Thing™ Driver: Toni Berri - Vehicle: Toyota RSC Driver: Chuvo - Vehicle: Ford F-150 Driver: Charlie Raffa - Vehicle: Sweet 16® II Driver: Heralda - Vehicle: '69 El Camino™ Driver: Rekkas - Vehicle: Mega-Duty™ Scorchers™ Specialty: Volcano. Mountains and volcanoes are a breeze and their vehicles even have reinforced tires which can drive through lava. Driver (Leader): Taro Kitano - Vehicle: '70 Road Runner Driver: Vesuvius - Vehicle: 1/4 Mile Coupe™ Driver: Harrison Lau - Vehicle: Red Baron® Driver: Everest - Vehicle: '57 Thunderbird Driver: Wayne Casper - Vehicle: Dodge® Charger R/T Driver: Jet Blaney - Vehicle: '63 Corvette® Driver: Krakatoa - Vehicle: Muscle Tone® The Animated Series When Mattel decided to turn the comics into an animated series they turned to Canadian-based Mainframe Entertainment, experts in computer animation they are the producers responsible for the groundbreaking series Reboot and the latest Spider-Man series as seen on MTV. Mainframe worked closely with the comic's creators, Starlight Runner, to bring the story to life and create an action-packed show. The series introduced us to scientific genius Peter Tezla who recruits the world's best drivers to race through Highway 35. Highway 35 was hidden until Tezla discovered it and found that it lead to another dimension filled with great obstacles. But somewhere in the hidden dimension was an unlimited source of clean energy known as the Wheel of Power. Tezla hopes that whoever wins the race can bring him the Wheel of Power so that he may be able to tap into its power and help human kind. Unfortunately for Tezla, the racers face a challenge even greater than the dimension's ultimate racing tracks...a mystery racer known as Racer Zed-36, who could be working for someone much more sinister than him. In the middle of all the action we also get a glimpse into the lives of the racers and the relationships between them. Although the series features many characters it mainly centers on the rivalry between Wave Rippers leader Vert, a cocky teenager, and Street Breed leader Kurt Wylde, a tough and serious racer. Broadcast History Highway 35 was originally planned as a straight-to-video series but Cartoon Network ran the entire series before every episode could be released on video. The series premiered during Cartoon Network's now defunct Saturday night SVES action lineup and aired alongside other shows such as Samurai Jack. It was later rerun in October 2003 during Cartoon Network's Toonami block Fridays after Transformers Armada, back when Toonami aired on weekdays. The series received a third run in February 2004 during Toonami's Friday Specials. In January 2005, Hot Wheels returned to Toonami (which had now moved to Saturdays replacing SVES) but this time it was for the first episode of AcceleRacers, the next chapter in the Hot Wheels adventures. It premiered to stellar numbers and boosted Cartoon Network's ratings by 74%. The next AcceleRacers episode will air in June. If you're up for the adventure then strap yourself in, pump up the Nitrox 2 and get ready for a wild ride!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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    .hack//DUSK

    .hack//DUSK

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2004)
    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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    BrainRush

    BrainRush

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2009)
    This Cartoon Network game show takes place entirely on a roller coaster! Players will compete against each other's intellect with questions and brainteasers while they are in motion. The show mainly takes place in Knott's Berry Farm theme park located in Buena Park, California. Many players rode rides like Xcelerator, Silver Bullet, Boomerang and many other atractions along the season. The show ended just after only six episodesmoreless
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    Shura no Toki

    Shura no Toki

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    Legends tell of an invincible martial art known as Mutsu Enmei-Ryu, an unarmed style that allows the user to defeat any number of armed opponents using incredible speed and strength. This is the story of three generations of those who bear the name Mutsu, and their encounters and battles with the strongest fighters of their era. Alternative titles:
    L're des Shura
    Mutsu Enmei Ryu Gaiden: Shura no Toki
    Shura no Toki: Age of Chaos Opening Theme:
    "Identity" by sacra Ending Theme:
    "Natsuhiboshi" by Akane Osawamoreless
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    Witch Hunter Robin

    Witch Hunter Robin

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    Welcome to the Witch Hunter Robin guide. To most of Society, Witches are nothing more than myths and legends of a bygone era. However, there are a few people who possess the Witch genome; a gene that may give the person special, supernatural abilities. For them, a secret organization named Solomon (STN) was formed to track and hunt them down before they became a threat to the rest of Society. The story follows the members of the STN-J, the Japanese branch of Solomon. Unlike other branches of the STN, the STN-J captures Witches alive. Armed with a substance called Orbo, an invention developed by Administrator Zaizen, the Hunters subdue the Witches of Japan and send them to a facility called the Factory. It was during one of these Hunts that a member of the team was killed. With morale falling, Solomon Headquarters sends a new Hunter from Italy to join the STN-J as a replacement for the fallen Hunter; a young girl named Robin Sena. Robin is only 15 years old, but she is already a gifted Craft User. When she first joins the team, she is met with mistrust and impatience by the other members of the STN-J. With the recent heavy Witch activity in Japan, however, the team is kept very busy. Robin's determination and skill with her Craft, which is the ability to create and manipulate fire, slowly gains the trust of the other members. As the Witch activity increases, it soon becomes apparent there is more going on under the surface. With the futures of both Witches and Hunters alike, it may well be Robin who holds the key to everyone's survival. Main Characters Robin Sena: The youngest member of the STN-J team, she was sent to Japan as a replacement for a fallen Hunter. Although she was born in Japan, she was raised in an Italian convent by Father Juliano, one of the heads of Solomon. She is a special class of Hunter, called a Craft User. Her power is Fire. Amon: The team leader and, along with Ms. Karasuma, one of the most experienced Hunters. Keeping mostly to himself, even the other team members do not know much about his private life. He relies mostly on his Orbo gun, but it is suspected that he has a strong power. His power is unknown. Miho Karasuma: The team's second in command, she takes her mission as a Hunter seriously. Because she has a somewhat motherly personality, one of the other members joked about her being the ‘old lady', much to her chagrin, since she is only 19 years old. Like Robin, she is also a Craft User. Her power is to Scrye; the psychic ability to pick up information from people or objects. Yurika Dojima: As a favor to her parents, who are members of the Japanese Cabinet, Ms. Dojima was offered a job at the STN-J. Because of her status, she's treated as ‘special' around the office, to which she takes full advantage of; lazing about, reading magazines, coming in late and such. Unlike the other members of the team, she just barley qualifies as a Hunter. She has no known special abilities. Haruto Sakaki: Enthusiastic about being a Hunter, Sakaki's brashness often causes him to get himself hurt or cause some sort of property damage. Often scolded by the Chief for his latest set of infractions, Sakaki nonetheless continues to try his best. Like Dojima, he has very little ability and no known special ability. Michael Lee: Although not a Hunter, Michael is nevertheless an important part of the team. A computer hacker, he had hacked into STN-J's network and discovered the secret organization's existence. Captured by the STN-J's agents, he was given a choice by Zaizen: either join the organization and never leave the premises, or be put to death. Choosing life, Michael became an invaluable part of the team, getting the information they need for a job and beefing up the network's own systems. Chief Kosaka: The office manager who runs the day-to-day operations of the STN-J, he serves under Administrator Zaizen. His goal is to run the office as efficiently as possible, which often puts him at odds with Dojima. Although overbearing, he is, under it all, an understanding and resourceful person. Takuma Zaizen: The Administrator of STN-J, he oversees both the operation of the Japanese branch of the STN and the Factory, the facility where captured Witches are taken to. He is also continuing the research and refining of Orbo, the substance which is used to subdue Witches. He also has some deep, dark secrets about the Orbo which he is keeping from Solomon Headquarters.moreless
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    SD Gundam Force

    SD Gundam Force

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2004)
    The anime, SD Gundam Force is about the land of Neotopia, a peaceful place where humans and robots exist side-by-side in perfect harmony. That is, until the Dark Axis, evil invaders from another dimension, set their sights on conquering Neotopia. But Neotopia has a means to defend itself. Working in secret, the Super Dimensional Guard Force was established, and their best hope to defeat the invaders is the top-secret Gundam Force. Led by Captain Gundam, the Gundam Force is made up of different Gundams with amazing and unique abilities. With the help of a brave boy named Shute, these fearless defenders will stop at nothing to defend Neotopia and defeat the Dark Axis once and for all! As this series moves on their will be more and more Gundams and friends joining the Gundam Force such as Bakunetsumaru the Blazing Samurai, Zero the Winged Knight and many others. This series is in 3D animation and will make your hair rise through all of the momentum in this anime. SD Gundam Force is scheduled to have a second season sometime soon, where we do not know when up to now. This show is a thriller and will hopefully change the way you look at anime for a very long time now. So watch SD Gundam Force, now! Character Guide: Shute - a brave boy who becomes involved in the battle for Neotopia when he accidentally meets top-secret Captain Gundam. Shute fixed Captain Gundam when he was destroyed by Grappler. Shute activated Captain Gundam's Soul Drive which makes him very strong. He is smart, brave, and often uses his inventions to help the Gundam Force. He becomes very attached to Captain Gundam and the others, and will do anything he can to help them. He is Captain Gundam's best friend, and a special member of the Gundam Force. Captain Gundam - a perfect fighting machine. Captain Gundam was the leader of the Gundam Force before Shute came along. He was built with the sole purpose of defending Neotopia and the rest of the universe, but his identity is a secret. In fact, the citizens of Neotopia aren't even aware that he exists. Captain Gundam has been given clearance to use all sorts of guns and weapons against the Dark Axis, but his most powerful asset is the Soul Drive, which is activated when he first meets Shute. He is heroic and brave, but doesn't always understand emotion. Captain Gundam and Shute are best friends. Zero: The Winged Knight - a powerful sorcerer, Zero is a Knight Gundam from the world of Lacroa. When the Dark Axis began to destroy, Zero's homeland, it was up to him to and his comrades to defend it. They failed, and the Dark Axis took over Lacroa. Zero left at the princess's command to find a way to defeat the Dark Axis. He teamed up with the Gundam Force to get help in defeating the Dark Axis once and for all. He often uses magic to devastate the enemy forces. A gallant hero, Zero will fight his heart out for revenge. Bakunestsumaru: The Blazing Samurai - Bakunetsumaru is a fierce Musha Gundam from Ark, a place where the Dark Axis also destroyed. The Gundam Force invited Bakunetsumaru into their team and he gladly accepted. Bakunetsumaru has a sharp temper and let's it out on Zero a lot. The "blazing samurai" is a huge addition to the Gundam Force.moreless
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    Princess Natasha

    Princess Natasha

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    Natasha is an exchange student from Zoravia. What her host family (the O'Briens) doesn't know, is that she is also a secret agent and must defend her homeland from the evil plans of her uncle, Lubek. Natasha is also the Princess of Zoravia, plays for the varsity basketball team and has a huge crush on the O'Brien's older son, Greg.moreless
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    The Popeye Show

    The Popeye Show

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2001)
    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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    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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    Pecola

    Pecola

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2003)
    Welcome to the Pecola guide at TV.com.

    Show Type: Animated Genre(s): Comedy, Children Show Status: No longer airing First Telecast: April 21, 2003 Last Telecast: May 27, 2003 Episodes: 58 Color Episodes, 1 TV Movie

    Pecola is about a little penguin boy named Pecola living in a port town called "Cube Town," and the everyday life of Pecola and his friends and neighbors, all of whom have unique personalities. Cube Town is a quiet and peaceful town. Well, that is if Pecola isn't getting into trouble again! Pecola is so curious and hyper active that he has trouble staying out of trouble for long. Although he always has the best of intentions, he usually ends up causing trouble of some sort! Pecolius, Pecola's grandfather, a famous archeologist and adventurer, is raising the inquisitive Pecola and tries his best to keep him from causing too much trouble, but he knows he can only do so much.

    Despite causing an occasional disaster, the whole community of Cube Town is like as an extended family to Pecola. They scold him and tease him; they also help and support him. Sometimes they even give him his favorite pudding! There is never a dull day in Cube Town when Pecola is out and about!

    Pecola was originally seen in 3D computer-generated animation in April 1998 on Ponkickies, a program on Fuji TV.

    The $5.5 million (Canadian) production cost of this series was split evenly between the Canadian and Japanese sides. Sales of the cartoons and spin-off products through 2003 are estimated at $68.5 million (Canadian) in Japan alone.

    Pecola is the third production from Nelvana's state-of-the-art 3D facility in Toronto.

    Achievements Second prize for an animated TV series, at Vancouver Effects and Animation Festival (VEAF), Canada.

    Special Distinction for a TV Series at Annecy 2001 International Animated Film Festival, France.

    Broadcasted in 30 countries including USA - Cartoon Network (What the guide is based on) Japan - TV Tokyo Canada - Teletoon France - TF1moreless
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