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    Dinosaur King

    Dinosaur King

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    Upon discovering ancient stones with dinosaur images imprinted on them, a 12-year-old boy named Max Taylor and his friends Zoe Drake and Rex Owen discover they are able to call forth dinosaur companions. These companions will aid the owners in stopping the nasty Alpha Gang from coming into poccession of the mysterious stones and crush their chances at world domination. 4Kids TV Broadcast History September 8, 2007 - Present: Saturday @ 10:30 AM November 24, 2007 - Present: Saturday @ 11:00 AM Theme Song Lyrics Dinosaur King is what you wanna be-a (Make your move, come on, make your move!) Dinosaur King is your destiny-a (Make your move, come on, make your move!) Controlling the cards right in your hands, Jurassic giants at your command! D-D-D-D-Team! Watch out, here we go, Prehistoric dinosaurs, Aren't extinct anymore See 'em fight, hear 'em roar, Watch out 'cuz they're right next door! The past is in the present, Time's been twisted upsidedown, These fossils are colossal, Only one will wear the crown! Dinosaur King is what you wanna be-a (Make your move, come on, make your move!) Dinosaur King is your destiny-a (Make your move, come on, make your move!)moreless
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    Total Drama Island

    Total Drama Island

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    This animated take on the reality genre sees twenty-two teens competing in physical challenges in a dilapidated summer camp setting over a sixty day period. Season Two sees the name of the show change to Total Drama Action with fourteen teens competing in movie related challenges on a run down movie studio lot. In the third season, which has been titled Total Drama - World Tour, fifteen contestants - including brand new characters - travelled the world and burst into spontaneous every episode. The fifth season, titled Revenge ofthe Island, had an all new cast return to the island featured in the inaugural season. Theme Song: Dear mom and dad, I'm doin' fine... You guys are on my mind... You ask me what I wanted to be And now I think the answer's plain to see... I wanna be...FAMOUS... I wanna live close to the sun... Well pack your bags 'cause I've already won... Everything to prove, nothing in my way... I'll get there one dayyy... 'Cause I wanna be famous! Nah nah nah-nah nah nahhh... Nah-nah-nah nah nahhh na-nah-nah nah nah nahhhh... I wanna be... I wanna be... I wanna be famous... I wanna be... I wanna be... I wanna be famous! Doo doo-doo doo... Doo doo-doo-doo doo doooo...moreless
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    Spider Riders

    Spider Riders

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    An animated series based on the series of science fiction novels authored by Tedd Anasti, Patsy Cameron-Anasti, and Stephen D. Sullivan. A kid named Hunter Steele follows his grandpa's journal into a mysterious cave and falls down to the center of the earth, called the inner world. He discovers the subterranean world known as Arachnia and meets a small band of elite warriors, the "Spider Riders," so named because they each pilot their own three-ton, ten-foot battle spiders. Hunter joins them in their fight to save Arachnia from the giant mutant insects called Invectids.moreless
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    6teen

    6teen

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    6TEEN is an animated situation comedy for teens and tweens alike set entirely in a gigantic shopping mall! It's minimum wages and maximum laughs as we follow our ensemble cast of six sixteen-year-old friends trying to make it through their first part-time jobs and life as a teen. 6TEEN is about the important stuff – firsts (and all the ones that follow). First crushes, first jobs, first bank accounts and most importantly, that first taste of freedom… of course, not all firsts are positive. By the end of the first episode, Nikki finds herself stuck (in what she considers a sick twist of fate) working at The Khaki Barn, a store that she wouldn't be caught dead shopping in. Jen's scored her dream job at a sports shop, but her meat head ex-gym coach boss, Coach Halder, keeps throwing her in the penalty box for messing up. Jonesy manages to get his butt fired from his new job (and in every episode hereafter), Wyatt's hopelessly in love with his older co-worker, and Caitlin is forced to endure the daily humiliation of working in the lowest store in the mall's hierarchy of cool – The Big Squeeze, a giant lemon. No "most embarrassing moment" in these teens' lives will be left unturned, and at times it can seem like there's an evil boss, awful customer or "frienemy" around every corner. But through it all, our group of six best friends learn to lean on one another. From stumbling through relationships to dealing with hideous uniforms, the larger-than-life mall provides our characters with the perfect venue to spread their wings - and totally crash and burn trying. Theme Song: Life begins after school, That's when we bend all the rules. Time to hang with all my friends. We like to be together, In a place where we belong! I'm sixteen, starting to find my way. Got a new job, gonna start at the mall today. Thank God I'm on my own for the first time. I'm sixteen, life is sweet, When your growing up so fast. Gotta make the good times last! I'm sixteen, sixteen. Gotta make the good times last! Characters 'Jonsey' Garcia Jonsey's interests in life can be summed up in two words: hockey and chicks. He's a high school hockey star and your typical party-obsessed jock. He's the popular, good looking guy who gets invited to all the parties and who's probably going to peak in high school...unless he makes it into the NHL of course. Clutch under pressure, always willing to go for it, convinced it'll all work out okay. He's hilarious, outspoken, and totally confident that he's the man. Jonsey is unabashedly male and relentlessly girl-crazy...and no matter how bad things are or how hard he's shot down, he always maintains "the attitude". He is always coming up with new schemes - but they usually end up getting the group in trouble. He teases the guys for being wimps and is protective of the girls. Except for Nikki. Jonsey and Nikki love to spar (probably why they're soo great together). Jonsey likes chicks, parties, hockey, hot chicks, getting stuff free, chicks, taking chances, and hockey bunnies (chicks). He dislikes wimps, working at stores that chicks don't shop at, and losing games. He hopes to get a hockey scholarship - college has lots of college chicks...and dorm rooms. Heh heh. Then to play in the NHL. More chicks. Jonsey gets fired from a new job in every episode...let's just say he's not the most responsible cat in town. Note: From the show we learn that Jonsey has 2 younger brothers and that his parents are divorced. Also noted is that his Dad is newly married to Jen's Mom, and he now has a new baby sister!! Jen Masterson Jen is a hip, hot, tomboy who can beat almost any guy in almost any sport and is bound and determined to become a future Olympic champion. She's kind and fun with an edge, but her strongest personality trait is definitely her determination. Jen's mouth is often faster than her brain and she tends to blurt out the exact wrong thing at precisely the worst time. Jen is do-er, the go-getter, and an instigator. She is protective of all her friends but can be bossy when she gets on one of her "missions". While she's got the plans, Jonsey's got the scams...and both of them end up getting the group in just as much trouble. Jen's experience in sports makes her a natural born leader and coach, and she will often offer tips to Caitlin and the boys...even when they don't ask for her help. Jen likes teamwork, snowboarding, girls who rock at sports, taking dares and boy bands. She dislikes boys who think they're better than girls (at anything), stereotypes, cheerleaders, talking instead of doing. She's in constant cell phone contact with all her friends and likes to know everything that's happening as it's happening. She is known to ditch customers mid-sale to answer the phone. Jen's got boys following her around like drooling puppies but barely even notices. When she does go after a guy, she usually picks the wrong one. Jen works at the Penalty Box and she is desperate to make sure no one gets fired so she isn't stuck working there alone. Note: From the show we learn that Jen has 1 older sister and her Mom is newly married to Jonesy's Dad, plus she now has a new baby sister!! Nikki Wong Nikki is questioning and defiant with a punk rock edge, but beneath her tough exterior, Nikki isn't as tough as she seems. She's not cynical – just a "realist". A total original, Nikki loves to take clothes and custom-rip-them to make them her own and can't stand fashion sheep. Her deadpan sarcasm files right over the heads of her co-workers, who she's aptly named "The Clones". Nikki hates everything about mass consumerism, so she considers it a sick twist of fate that she's stuck working at The Khaki Barn, the most generic "don't think for yourself" store in the mall. In her words, "The Khaki Barn represents everything that is wrong with the world today." Unfortunately, The Khaki Barn was the only store that would take her. You could say she has a bad attitude when it comes to authority. She wouldn't be caught dead wearing anything The Khaki Barn sells, and DON'T expect her to be cheerful. Nikki doesn't take pop culture at face value and is not easily sucked into trends, which makes it such a funny reveal when we discover her closet love for the Boy Band, Dawg Toy. Her goal is to graduate, travel for a year, the settle down somewhere cool and break into the music industry as a A&R executive. Something far away from a suburban mall. For now, the mall provides her with ample targets for her razor-sharp wit and observations. Nikki's a "reality check" for her friends. She brings the loftier ones down to earth and puts the obnoxious ones in their place… but in a good way. She's always up for a good prank and likes to tease her friends good-naturedly. Nikki thinks Jonsey's an "idiot" but loves him anyway, and truly admires Wyatt's originality. Caitlin Cooke Sweet and optimistic - and TOTALLY used to getting her way, Caitlin gets good grades but isn't very street smart yet. Caitlin is a little sheltered and naive when it comes to things like dating, cruel intentions, and the fact that working at the mall isn't just one big social gathering. ("You mean I have to mop the floors? I so did not sign up for this.") She's vain but not conceited and is always doing sweet things for her friends. Even though she's spoiled, you can't help but love her. She can surprise you with her determination when she sets her mind to something, be it finding a new pair of pink clogs or taking Wyatt on a dating safari to show him how to act like a "mature male." Caitlin is girlie to the core and totally boy-crazy - unfortunately, every time a cute guy even LOOKS at her she does something incredibly embarrassing like walking into a wall. The ever hopeful cheerleader, Caitlin assumes things will work out because up until now, they always have. She elicits the group's protective instincts and loves to give dating advice. Caitlin is a new addition to the already-tight group of five. The only reason she's working at the mall instead of shopping here is because she maxed out her dad's credit card on a shopping spree and he, "like, totally freaked." In an effort to teach Caitlin the value of money, her parents insisted that she get a part-time job. So now she works at The Big Squeeze, which is brutal, but Caitlin figures if she can survive the humiliation of working in a giant lemon, she can probably survive anything. Caitlin hates her uniform so much that she never leaves the lemon with it on, doing a Superman-style quick change into her street clothes every time she leaves work. Caitlin is an only child from a family of two doctors and is the apple of her parents' eyes. She strives to prove herself to her parents and works off her credit card bill, yet stays on the job. It's not that bad... she's even gotten used to using the mop. But she STILL HATES THE HAT! Wyatt Williams Wyatt is an old soul. He sees house parties and making out in the movie theater as strictly "for the cretins." He's into more cultural endeavors: a new jazz band, spiritual awareness, a great documentary about gun control...he's very well read, mellow, and a great foil for Jonesy's adolescent hijinks. Wyatt has certain quirks that don't fit into the typical high school scene, but he does have one ace in the hole: he plays acoustic guitar and can play any song on request. Girls love guys who can play guitar and sing. Wyatt has a dry sense of humor that Nikki in particular appreciates. He's more intelligent and well read than his pals. The "smart" one who SHOULD be the first one to object to Jonesy's scams, Wyatt is easily talked into anything Jonesy proposes because deep down he admires Jonesy's confidence and strength. He knows he should stop taking Jonesy's advice on girls - but he can't help himself. Wyatt's love choices, from Serena to Marlowe, are often girls with whom (as Jonesy often puts it) he "hasn't got a chance with". Wyatt often writes down his observations with the goal of one day writing a book. His job is never high on the hierarchy of cool. Yet he doesn't mind being different or uncool. Deep down he knows that in a few years, when he's in college, he'll be the man. You'll find him playing his guitar in smoky coffee houses to bookish hot girls in big sweaters and glasses and finally, he'll be the cool one. It just won't be tomorrow, that's all - but he can wait. Jude Lizowski Jude is into living life large. If it's extreme, he's done it - or it's on his list. He has a pure, almost childlike outlook and seems to be in his own world, but has a totally solid inner logic that can make the others stop in their tracks and listen. Every once in a while, he comes up with the perfect solution to their problems. He's always positive and mellow, and his attitude is contagious. He's that perfect combination of cool, sweet, and mysteriously confident. Jude's pretty restless and often checks out of conversations because he's bored. You might say he's a bit of a space case or a little hyper-active (he was a nightmare to keep track of in kindergarten). Floating on his own cloud, riding his own melt, the only things he takes seriously are his friends and skateboarding. Jude thinks outside the box - and at times, outside the entire room. Take the time he decided to spread his girlfriend net a little farther and stop limiting himself, so he began dating a computer programmed easy chair with a female voice that he named "Betty." She's easy going, listens to him, and gives great massages - even his friends have to admit that it's hard to argue with that logic. He's the confidant - the one everyone trusts with their secrets...though ironically, Jude is REALLY bad at keeping secrets. The girls often come to him for advice about guys (because their other choices, Wyatt and Jonesy, are both hopeless). He is naturally laid back and everything is cool. Doesn't like it when people harsh on his mellow. Jude often ends up being his own boss (except at Underground and with the Zamboni) which is "totally sweeEET!! I can set my own hours!!"moreless
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    Mew Mew Power

    Mew Mew Power

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    Mew Mew Power anime is based on one of Tokyopop's best selling Mangas and is now available in select stores. During her first date with the cutest boy in school, Zoey Hanson is zapped by a mysterious ray that scrambles her DNA with that of the endangered Iriomote wildcat. The next day, Zoey discovers that she has developed the agility (and occasionally the ears and tail) of a cat, as well as the power to transform into a pink-haired superheroine. She and four other girls, each endowed with the genes of a different "Red Data" animal, have been selected for the Mew Mew Project, a top-secret project that aims to protect the Earth from an alien menace. JAPANESE OPENING THEME: My Sweethart by Rita Komatsu JAPANESE ENDING THEME: Koi wa A La Mode by Tokyo Mew Mew The Characters Original Names Included * Ichigo Momomiya - Zoey Hanson * Mint Aizawa - Corina Bucksworth * Lettuce Midorikawa - Bridget Vedant * Pudding Fong - Kikki Benjamin * Zakuro Fujiwara - Renée Roberts * Masaya Aoyama - Mark * Keiichiro Akasaka - Wesley J. Coolridge * Ryou Shirogane - Elliott Grant * Masha - Mini Mew * Kishu - Dren * Pie - Sardon * Tart - Tarb Theme Song Lyrics: (Na na na na na Na na na na na) I didn't count on this Before my very first kiss This isn't the path we choose But there's so much we could lose Team up! (Team up!) Are you up for it? Put your hand in mine, it's a perfect fit Team up! (Team up!) 'Cause it's up to us But it's hard to save the world When your fallin in love! (Na na na na na!) If we band together like birds of a feather We'll be friends forever goin' up up UP! Team up! (Na na na na na!) 'Cause it's not to late We could save the day if we collaborate Team up! (Team up!) 'Cause it's up to us But it's hard to save the world Yeah, it's hard to save the world When your fallin in love... Na na na na na... 4Kids TV Broadcast History February 19, 2005 - September 3, 2005 September 10, 2005 - Currentmoreless
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    Clone High

    Clone High

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    "Clone High" is about the clones of historical figures dug up in the '80s, going through the normal teenage angst like the rest of us. Airdates are Canadian, where the series first aired. Also aired in the U.S. on MTV, Monday nights @ 10:30 as part of "The 10 Spot." "Clone High Theme" by Abandoned Pools.moreless
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    Wayside

    Wayside

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    Based on the "Sideways Stories From Wayside School" book series by Louis Sachar. This show tells the story of Todd, an adolescent kid who has been recently transferred to a peculiar middle school that is 30 stories high, with one classroom per level, serves food in the cafeteria that has achieved self-awareness and strange powers, and where cows roam the halls.moreless
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    Animal Crackers

    Animal Crackers

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    Take a gang of wacky, wild animals, toss in a crazy assortment of supporting characters and you get Animal Crackers — where the wild kingdom just got a little wilder and a lot more neurotic.

    Deep in the heart of Africa lies Freeborn Wildlife Preserve — home to Lyle Lion who prefers ordering pizza to hunting gazelle, Dodo who refuses to accept his fightless fate, Lana the Lioness, Eugene the elephant and their quirky neighbours.

    Based on the hit comic strip created by Roger Bollen, Animal Crackers follows the zany adventures of these animals as they go about their unconventional lives on the African savannah.moreless
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    George of the Jungle

    George of the Jungle

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    This fresh take on a beloved cartoon character remembers the 1960's series for audiences of today. George of the Jungle is about the adventures of a clutzy but loveable jungle hero named George and his interactions with his friends Ape, Ursula and Magnolia.moreless
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    Lunar Jim

    Lunar Jim

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    Together with his friends, Jim and his dog Rover and a computer named Pixel get into lots of not-to-be-missed adventures.
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    Di-Gata Defenders

    Di-Gata Defenders

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    "Di-Gata Defenders" follows four courageous teens whose duty it is to protect the Realm against the Order of Infinis. Each teen has the help of a Guardian to protect them from villains trying to stop them from protecting the people of Rados. Broadcast History: "Di-Gata Defenders" premiered on 4KidsTV on July 28th, 2007 at 11:00 AM. It remained there for five weeks until August 25th, 2007, when it was then put on hiatus. Luckily, the remaining eight episodes of the initial thirteen episode order premiered online at 4Kids.com. Surprisingly, Di-Gata Defenders returned to 4KidsTV a year later on August 9th, 2008 at 8:00am. The first five episodes of the series were rerun for five weeks until September 6th, 2008. On September 13th, 2008, the final thirteen episodes of season one began airing. After the first season finale on December 6th, 2008, the first three episodes of the series reran until December 27th, 2008 when the 4KidsTV block was disbanded on Fox.moreless
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    Magical DoReMi

    Magical DoReMi

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    Magical DoReMi is the English dub of the popular Japanese show Ojamajo Doremi. The series is about the struggles of a 3rd grader named Dorie Goodwyn who, along with her best friends Reanne and Mirabelle, dream of becoming a witch. The Witchlings must go through eight stages of apprenticeship to become full fledged witches and they embark on endless adventures along the way.moreless
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    Delilah & Julius

    Delilah & Julius

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    Delilah and Julius is a Canadian show that originally aired on Teletoon. Delilah and Julius are teens, classmates and spies. Together Delilah and Julius save the world from multiple villains using their intelligence, spunk and a little help from some interesting gadgets. As if being a teenager wasn't hard enough, Delilah and Julius have the extra added pressure to keep the world safe.moreless
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    My Dad the Rock Star

    My Dad the Rock Star

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    What would life be like if you were the son of a rock star? Being the new kid on the block is hard enough; it's even harder when your dad is Rock Zilla, a super-popular seven-foot-tall billionaire rock star. Rock suddenly decides to go into semi-retirement, and moves the family to a house in the sleepy suburb of Silent Springs. Willy, Rock Zilla's 12-year-old son, thinks that all his dreams have come true. But he soon learns that when hotel rooms and tour buses are the only home you've ever known, living in a small town, as the son of a famous celebrity, can present a whole lot of unexpected challenges. Aided by komoto dragon Mosh and best friends Alissa and Quincy, Willy tries his best to live a "normal" life in the burbs. My Dad the Rockstar Opening Theme Lyrics It's so hard just to feel normal When everyone is completely paranormal and Everything is totally deranged And you're the only one who's sane Sometimes it gets So unbearable But mostly I feel Unbelievable Cuz I'm a freak And my dad is a rockstar, yeah My dad is a rockstar That's it, the party's over Turn off the lights, I'm leaving the stage I just wanna get a little more control So nobody can tell me what to do Sometimes it gets So unbearable But mostly I feel Unbelievable Cuz I'm a freak And my dad is a rockstar, yeah My dad is a rockstar, yeah, yeah Characters: Willy Zilla: Willy is 12 years old, likable and unspoiled by either wealth or reflected fame. After all, wealth and privilege has come with a circus attached to it, one that Willy has grown more than a little tired of. He is smart, considerate, friendly, and down to earth. He minds his own business; he's just trying to do his own thing without stepping on anybody else's toes. But his absolute lack of exposure to "ordinary life" gives him the pretext and the perspective To be curious about everything...and a reason for being befuddled by it all. Rock Zilla: The Dad. Middle aged ("says who?!") but fit and exuberant, Rock is torn between his attempts to remain a pop music icon symbolizing youth and father to a wife and two kids he's crazy about. Larger than life, and twice as outrageous, Rock tries to be a "normal" parent for Willy. But his attempts to fit in to the day-to-day routine of Silent Springs are about as subtle as a power chord blasted through a Marshall stack. Crystal Zilla: The Mom. A former model, Crystal looks younger than her years. An L.A. style New Ager. In other words, she's a nutritionally and spiritually conscious woman, but not a hippie Earth Mama; she likes her platinum Visa card as much as her Tarot cards, and her Gucci as much as Granola. Which isn't surprising, for someone born in the Chinese year of the D- hey, wait a minute, you could figure out her age from that, so forget it! Serenity Zilla: Willy's 16 year-old sister. A spoiled, bossy, sarcastic "princess". In the same way that Willy's situation makes him a heightened-reality version of a tween, Serenity's privileged position, her vanity, self-absorption, and domineering personality make her the heightened-reality version of the real-life older sister that every younger dreads. Although she can on occasion be affectionate and familial, she is too spoiled to be able to keep her narcissism in check for long, and remains focused exclusively on herself. Mosh: A stage prop who ended up becoming the family pet. Mosh's story is that he was supposed to be a giant menacing iguana ordered for Reptillian's stage show. But when Rock opened the shipping container, he found instead a large but very docile reptile of intermediate and dubious origin. Too cute and mushy to be a menacing rock 'n' roll stage prop, Mosh was supposed to be shipped back to wherever he came from. But in the end, nobody had the heart to send him away. Skunk: A roadie of indeterminate age. Younger than Stonehedge, but older than just about anyone else on the show. Claims to have once had a job as a gargoyle at the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris. And it may be true. He's seen it all -- and done most of it too. Rock's trusted lieutenant and chief roadie, he kept the Reptillian circus ticking along smoothly for longer than anyone can remember, and has been in the business so many years, he's reputed to have got his start as a young lad, looking after wah-wah pedals for Jimi Hendrix. Alissa: One of Willy's pals, whom he befriends in the first episode. A funny, quick-witted, plainspoken Janeane Garofalo type with the human observational skills of a sociologist and the timing of a stand-up comedian. Another fish out of water by virtue of being a bright girl who doesn't try to hide it, an original thinker who sees the world with unusual clarity. Her aim is true and she is intimidated by no one. Quincy: Willy's other best friend. And not surprisingly, Quincey is - guess what - another fish out of water type. Vaguely Afro-something, he admires black sports and music icons, especially his idol of idols, Jimi Hendrix (who just happens to be one of Rock's heroes too). But "Q" has a hard time making the pieces fit together, having been raised in a mainly white, middle-class neighborhood in a small city, by parents who are loving but conservative and straight-laced. Bobby "Buzz" Sawchuck: Willy's nemesis. The class bully, and as Willy puts it, "the most annoying kid on the planet. Make that the solar system." A year older than Willy and his friends, having flunked a year of school (rumor has it he has to repeat Kindergarten). A big-mouthed, brazen blowhole of a kid without a gram of real courage in his body, and with a tenuous self-identity.moreless
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    Descendants of Darkness

    Descendants of Darkness

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    In matters relating to the world of the dead there is one institution which judges the sins of the deceased: The Ministry of Hades. The summon section of the judgment bureau comprises of groups supporting the ministry's operating functions by guiding the lost souls that wander the mortal world. They are known as the Guardians of Death. Descendants of Darkness (or Yami no Matsuei) is an animated adaptation of four case files from the 11 volume manga series by Yoko Matsushita which is currently being released in English by Viz.moreless
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    Silverwing

    Silverwing

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    Long before the first migration, there raged a Great Battle Between the Birds and the Beasts. This was fought to establish the balance of nature and the territorial limits of every species. The bats, being neither birds nor beasts, would not choose sides in the conflict. For this, a law was passed that forever condemned the bats to darkness...One young bat, Shade Silverwing, dared to break the law. Derived from Kenneth Oppel's best-selling novel of the same name, this animated series goes beyond the novel, exploring the characters' inter-relationships and inventing new adventures. Regarding Contributions: I welcome any notes, quotes, goofs or cultural reference submissions to this guide, but the time it takes for them to be posted will vary. Quotes will be verified first, and all entries will be subjected to approval. All entries may be edited for grammar content. Also, please keep in mind that submissions, particularly notes and goofs, should not contain any opinions. They must be factual and to the point, otherwise they will be rejected for the guide. Please use the forum for discussing the show and expressing your opinions on characters and episodes. Thanks! The Cast of Silverwing: Shade: A young Silverwing bat who was teased by his friends for being the runt of the colony. When he dared to break the law of gazing on the sun, his colony lost its beloved roost at Tree Haven. Only after being separated from his colony does Shade discover the many skills and abilities that make him an extraordinary, heroic bat. Marina: A young Brightwing bat that lived alone on an island until fate intervened and brought Shade to her. She was cast out of her colony because they felt the silver band the humans gave her would bring bad luck. Now Shade's closest friend and migration companion, she is a constant source of moral support and good advice. Goth: A huge and vicious cannibal bat from the South American jungle that was brought north for scientific study. After escaping the lab, he used his skills of deception to trick Shade into describing the Silverwing colony. Now anxious to sit down to a feast of Silverwing before flying back home, he is a constant threat to Shade and Marina's safety. Throbb: Goth's portly brother in-law is not as fast or strong as he is, but is still a vicious adversary with the same craving for bat meat. He and Goth were brought north together and agree to work together to get back home. What Throbb doesn't know is that Goth plans to eat him if they don't find the Silverwing colony. Frieda: The banded chief elder of the female Silverwings is a kind and gentle leader with an endless supply of wisdom for bats young and old. Trusted and respected by the colony, her loyalty was brought to debate after she refused to give Shade to the owls and caused Tree Haven to be destroyed. Still, she sees potential in Shade that no one else can see. Bathsheba: A bitter member of the Silverwing elders with too much to say. She has been jealous of Frieda her entire life and cannot agree with any decision she makes. Bathsheba is determined to become a better leader than Frieda and will do anything to tarnish the leader's reputation, even if it means destruction of the entire Silverwing colony. Ariel: Shade's loving mother lost her mate, Cassiel, just before Shade was born and was left to raise the young Silverwing herself. She knows Shade wants to find his father, but never told him he was alive, fearing Shade would leave to find him. Ariel believes in rules and discipline, but she knows the law is wrong and cannot blame Shade for opposing it. Chinook: The most promising hunter and flyer in Shade's generation, Chinook is boastful and proud of his skills. Knowing the hype surrounding him, he doesn't feel out of place flying alongside the elders or participating in colony politics. He might act like a bully sometimes, but he is noble-hearted and considers Shade both his friend and rival. Mercury: The only adult male Silverwing that stays with the females, he serves as a messenger, scout and guardian for the female elders. He always flies near the front of the colony to keep an eye out for danger. Disciplined and quick to act, Mercury is also one of Frieda's most loyal supporters during times of crisis. Brutus: The vengeful, war-mongering supreme commander of the owls. Brutus ordered the attack on Tree Haven after Frieda refused to give up Shade. Obsessed with war and hunting fugitives, he is always certain about his decisions and does not like to be advised by anyone. Not even his son, whom he is ashamed of for not sharing his views on the law. Orestes: Brutus' timid, vegetarian son is disregarded by his own species because he believes the answers to conflicts lie in diplomacy, not war. After Shade and Marina rescue him from a human trap, Orestes decides that the only way to prove his point is to help clear Shade's name. He may be an owl, but he is also Shade and Marina's friend and trusted ally. Ursa: Being the only Kermode bear around, Brutus felt Ursa would be the ideal neutral creature to serve as leader of the beasts. She didn't want the position, as Ursa had no interest in helping anyone, but was later convinced by Shade to rally most of the beasts and boycott the war. Now an ally of the bats, Ursa's position of authority is invaluable. Luger: The leader of the wolves is a sinister and conspiring character who wished to rule all beasts. When he was not selected as leader, he and his wolves began killing more than their fair share of prey, causing many animals to seek protection from Ursa. Luger cares not for Brutus' war and even plots to help Goth and Throbb fulfill their dastardly deeds. Atlas: Brutus' second-in-command is an owl of few words, but shares similar views on the enforcement and execution of the law. Although not as fast or strong as his boss, Atlas is still a fearsome warrior who should not be taken lightly, which he proves in a wing-to-wing battle with Throbb. Todd: A young and somewhat plump Silverwing bat that used to hang out with Shade and Chinook. A voice of reason, Todd tried to convince Shade not to see the sun, but Shade ignored his advice. Todd also blamed Chinook for losing Tree Haven and reminds him coldly about the consequences of showing off. Breeze: A young female Silverwing and a friend of Shade, Chinook and Todd. Like Todd, she had tried to warn Shade and Chinook about the sun and the owls, but her pleas were to no avail. Her actions suggest that she might like Chinook, but after the sun-gazing incident, Breeze's mother refused to let her hang out with her friends anymore. Zephyr: A wise and blind Albino bat who lives in the spire of a cathedral, Zephyr serves as "bat traffic controller" and makes sure that all bat colonies are migrating safely. He lends his extensive knowledge to Shade and Marina by teaching them star navigation, herbal remedies and echoprojection, all of which prove to be effective against Goth and Throbb. Remus: The paranoid, arrogant and insane side of a duo of rat kings, Remus rules with an iron claw and will jail any of his followers if he feels the least bit threatened. The truth is, as the younger brother of Romulus, he is not meant to be a king at all. Remus thinks his destiny is to rule all beasts, and will do absolutely anything to achieve his goal. Romulus: The rightful king of the rats is stuck sharing the job with his brother Remus, who convinced him that the wing-like skin under his arms made him a freak that cannot rule alone. Cautious and loyal to his kingdom, Romulus soon learns from Shade that one must stand up for one's rights when one is the true ruler. Scirocco: The charismatic leader of a colony of banded bats that dwell in a cabin on a snowy mountain. He won the respect of his followers by promising them that their bands will, one day, allow them to transform into humans and reclaim the day. However, his promises are lies boosted with echoprojections that force Marina to make a tough choice. Penelope: A young Brightwing bat from Marina's colony that was banished because of her band, although Marina heard the elders say she died from it. Penelope was misled by Scirocco's fake promises and became one of his most prominent followers, but realizes where her loyalty should be when she learns Scirocco's secret from Shade. Hector: Chinook's father and one of the male Silverwing elders, Hector is fast, strong and a good leader. He and the other male Silverwings had to leave their own roost early because of an owl attack, but were reunited with the females at Hibernaculum. Hector is also an old friend of Shade's father and reveals the truth to the young bat that Cassiel is still alive.moreless
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    Street Fighter II V

    Street Fighter II V

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    Street Fighter II: V is about two Ansatsuken warriors named Ryu and Ken Masters. They go on a quest to find people and Fight them. They also travel with Chun-Li. They also have another quest. That quest is to destroy the Shadaloo base and destroy it's leader, M. Bison.moreless
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    Bromwell High

    Bromwell High

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    Welcome to the Bromwell High guide at TV.com. Bromwell High is set in an under-funded, graffitti-scarred secondary school in South London and follows the exploits of three exceptionally naughty school girls, one maverick Headmaster and a bunch of desperate teachers. Keisha Marie, Latrina and Natella are the first word in streetwise charm.moreless
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    A Miss Mallard Mystery

    A Miss Mallard Mystery

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    The world-famous "ducktective", Miss Mallard, from the childrens books, stars in her own TV series solving mysteries all over the world with her nephew, Willard. No matter where Miss Mallard and her nephew travel, they are inevitably caught up in the most intriguing investigations. Creative and endlessly resourceful, Miss Mallard's capable wings can transform a hairpin, a parasol, or a handkerchief into the most unconventional crime-fighting tools. Uncovering clues while escaping suspicious accidents and avoiding mysterious disasters can be tough work, but Miss Mallard always catches her duck! Filled with clues and "hidden evidence", each Miss Mallard Mystery encourages children to follow clues and solve the mystery, with Miss Mallard.moreless
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    Blazing Dragons

    Blazing Dragons

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    In Ancient Camelhot, King Allfire and the Knights of the Square Table battle evil nights and protect their castle. It's mainly based around Flicker, a bright young dragon who one day hopes to become a knight. He serves as a squire to Sir Loungelot, whose name speaks for itself. Flicker is in love with the beautiful young princess Flame (who loves him in return.) And it's just a bunch of fun filled adventures of the dragons from "Camelhot"!moreless
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