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    The Zeta Project

    The Zeta Project

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    In this spin-off from Batman Beyond, Zeta is an experimental infiltration robot equipped with weaponry and a holographic self-projector that allows it to assume any identity. Unfortunately, his programming also evolves to the point where he acquires both sentience and a conscience. He flees the U.S. government, who believe he has been re-programmed by a foreign power. On the run, Zeta encounters Rosalie "Ro" Rowan, a street orphan who is wanted by the law herself. Initially fascinated by Zeta's criminal skills and the unlimited-cash untraceable credit card he has, she attaches herself to him. The two quickly form a real friendship, and set out across America to find both Roe's parents, and Zeta's creator who can prove that Zeta is acting of his own free will. The NSA, led by Agent Bennett, are in hot pursuit. Awards & Nominations: 2001 Annie Awards - Outstanding Individual Achievement for Music Score an Animated Television Production (Nominated) - Outstanding Individual Achievement for Storyboarding in an Animated Television Production (Nominated) 2003 Annie Awards - Outstanding Production Design in an Animated Television Production (Nominated) 2002 Daytime Emmy Awards - Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition (Nominated) 2003 Daytime Emmy Awards - Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition (Nominated) More Details Contributing & Forum Rulesmoreless
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    Dead Last

    Dead Last

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    Strange and supernatural with a humorous bent, Dead Last chronicles the misadventures of a fledgling rock band on the verge of being discovered when the rockers accidentally stumble upon a magical ancient amulet that gives them the power to see ghosts…whether they want to or not. Suddenly, their popularity skyrockets - if only with the dead - as they find themselves eternally stuck with the unwanted task of helping an endless parade of apparitions resolve their unfinished business so they can move on to the next world. In the band, The Problem, are Vaughn Parrish (the brooding and charismatic guitarist and singer, who sometimes lets his ego get the better of him), Scotty Sallback (the band's hulking drummer whose rough-and-tumble exterior hides a good-natured soul) and Jane Cahill, (the beautiful bass player, who often serves as the peacemaker of the group, mediating artistic differences between the two guys). Only 5 of the 13 episodes aired on the WB in 2001, the remaining episodes were later aired on YTV in Canada.moreless
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    Max Steel

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    Max Steel starts off when college student and sportsman Josh McGrath almost dies when a freak accident infuses his body with nanoprobes. But it is discovered that if periodically charged with trans-phasic energy, they not only enable him to survive but give him superhuman abilities. He adopts the secret identity of Max Steel, now working for his foster father Jefferson Smith as one of N-Tek's elite team of high-tech secret agents. However, this considerably complicates Josh's relationship with his girlfriend Laura and his friendship with Pete. Characters Max Steel: Josh's other half. He is the hero who saves the day. Josh sometimes uses Max as a disguise when doing undercover work. Josh McGrath: A normal college student who is an extreme sport athlete. He was involved in an accident that caused him to be dependent on "T" juice. This caused him to live a double life as Max Steel. Kat: Kat is mostly what you call a "punk" She isn't as strict as Rachel was, but she knows how to fight. She is now Max's partner, since Rachel was promoted. Rachel Leeds: A top agent in N-Tech. She is in charge of contolling max and being his "handler." She used to be Max's partner . Dr. Roberto "Berto" Martinez: At 18 years old, he is already one of the most famous experts in pano-technology. He was assign to Max and through a bio link, he can see what Max sees, and hears what Max hears. He's also constantly monitoring the nano probes in Max's body, so he can survive. Laura Chen: Josh's girlfriend. She wants to spend all her time with Josh but He is busy saving the world. Although she doesn't know Josh's secret she is gutsy and doesn't want Josh to be harmed in any way. Pete Costas: Josh's best friend. He's sometimes not very smart, but he's couragous and very curious.moreless
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    Pepsi Smash

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    The WB will bring six episodes of a new live music series this summer, which feature Pepsi as a premiere sponsor. The cola giant will fork over a large chunk of the show's estimated $800,000 to $1 million budget. Joel Gallen is set to produce the series. Each episode will include at least six live music performances along with a countdown feature and celebrity appearances.moreless
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    Unhappily Ever After

    Unhappily Ever After

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    Jack Malloy is the stressed-out and hallucinating father who works at a used car lot where his boss is his father in-law. Jennifer "Jennie" Malloy is the mother. She has little time for any of her kids or for her husband. Maureen Slattery is Jennie's mother (Jack's mother in-law). Ryan Malloy is the oldest son who is not too bright. Ryan is disliked by both parents; primarily, because he was conceived on their first date becoming the reason why they are all together in this mess and secondly, because he's stupid. Tiffany Malloy is the beautiful, smart daughter. She is envied by her mother and worshipped by her father who relishes her intelligence and her virginity. Ross Malloy is the youngest, forgotten child. He is of average intelligence but progressively develops a warped personality from the lack of any parental love. Mr. Floppy is a stuffed rabbit that Ross gave to Jack. After the stresses of separating from Jennie and having to leave his house, Jack begins to imagine Mr. Floppy is talking to him. Despite being a creation of Jack's own mind, Mr. Floppy shows Jack no more respect than anybody else does; but to Jack, Mr. Floppy becomes his best friend and faithful companion.moreless
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    Smart Guy

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    T.J. Henderson (Tahj Mowry) is a high school sophmore. He isn't just a regular one though. He is a ten-year old tenth grader! After being promoted to high school, T.J. deals with the usual problems of fitting in as a genius, while being a little kid in a big school. He can figure anything out, and homeworks a sinch. Well, one thing he can't figure out is what's wrong with his brother? Marcus (Jason Weaver) is in the same grade as T.J., which only embarrasses him. Especially since T.J. always rubs in his genius factor. Marcus also deals with problems, such as finding a steady date, and doing homework ... make that getting T.J. to do his homework. There's also Marcus' goofy friend Mo. Mo (Omar Gooding, "Hangin' With Mr. Cooper", "Zoe") always seems to be annoying T.J.'s dad Floyd (John Marshall Jones, "John Doe"), with his goofy, and pointless ideas. Floyd himself deals with troubles. He owns his own business, always putting in hard work in at work, as well as at home! After his wife died, Floyd was left to raise all three of his kids on his own. So with work, and homelife, where's the time for dating? Luckily for him, there is his daughter Yvette (Essence Atkins, "Half and Half"). She always keeps the rest of the family grounded, while also being a fighter for equal rights. Runner of the school paper, and top notch student, she does it all. In the life of a smart guy like T.J., there are many ups and downs, but as a close-nit family, they are always there for each other. Theme Song Lyrics for Season 1-2 A slice of life is T.J. Henderson, super intelligent, a fine young gentleman, a ten year old whiz kid bussin high school, a penacious little shorty with a thousand IQ. He's got a way with the ladies, and he's keepin it real, your favorite little study buddy, he knows the deal. Dad says just a kid, on the ball, very clever, you could say that he's bright, brainy, gifted, whatever. (Mo's Voice)Yo brother is smaaaart! He's a smart guy, du du, du da du du du smart guy, du du, du da du, smart guy, du da du du du, he's a smart guy, du du, du da du du du.moreless
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    The Oblongs

    The Oblongs

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    The tight-knit Oblong clan lives in Hill Valley, a toxic valley downstream from your typical industrial waste site, which has caused a variety of bizarre physical and emotional abnormalities. At the head of the dinner table is the loving, limbless, tirelessly upbeat patriarch Bob Oblong and his adoring, alcohol-and-tobacco-addicted, bald-but-beautifully-wigged wife Pickles, who frequents the Rusty Bucket bar, owned by transexual Anita Bidet (who was originally to be named Sofonda Cox!). The family includes their conjoined twin sons Biff and Chip, who share three legs and three buttocks, but can't seem to agree on anything; sweet, tattling, 4-year-old daughter Beth, sporting a cucumber-like growth sprouting from her head; and youngest son Milo, a one-haired optimist who has every childhood emotional disorder and behavioral problem ever diagnosed. Other members of the family include Bob's mother, Grammy, who's a vegetable; Milo's narcoleptic scottie dog, Scottie; and the chain-smoking family cat, Lucky. Milo used to go to a special school for "the pathologically high-spirited," but now enjoys his days at "normal" school with fellow valley outcasts including the zaftig, toad-like Helga Phugly; gothic and death-obsessed Creepy Susie; bulbous-bottomed Mikey Butts; and brainy, spitting, lower-jaw-lacking Peggy Weggy. Milo and the gang constantly clash with the Debbies, a giggling gaggle of wealthy, popular, seemingly cloned "hill" girls of the same first name. As far as the Debbies and their parents are concerned, anything that isn't perfect - like them - isn't worthy of their attention. "Normal" school is headed by Principal Davis. Other members of the school staff include Nurse Rench, who has a scary operating contraption in place of her right arm, and the homeroom teacher, Leland. Aside from hanging out in the clubhouse in the Oblongs'back yard, the kids often find themselves hanging out at the local store "A to Zed." Bob's disregarding boss at Globocide Industries is the aristocratic father, George Klimer. His wife, Pristine, is a Barbie-like, former Debbie, who used to be school friends with Pickles when both girls lived in the hills - before Pickles married Bob and joined the "grotesque" side. Their attractive daughter, Debbie, is leader of the Debbies; and their not-too-bright but popular son Jared, together with his best friend Blaine, is a well-coifed tormentor of the Clubhouse kids. Executive producer Bruce Helford ("The Drew Carey Show," "Norm[show]," "[show]Nikki") and writer/executive producer Jace Richdale ("The Simpsons") bring to animated life the strange world of underground cartoonist Angus Oblong. Created by Oblong and Richdale, this half-hour comedy series is executive produced by Helford, Richdale and Deborah Oppenheimer ("The Drew Carey Show," "Norm," "Nikki"), for Oblongs Productions, Inc. in associate with Mohawk Productions and Jobsite Productions, distributed by Warner Bros. Television. Mary V. Buck and Susan Edelman are the winners of The Casting Society of America's, award for "Best Casting for Animated Television Voiceover" for The Oblongs. The Oblongs is inspired by characters in the book "Creepy Susie and 13 Other Tragic Tales for Troubled Children" by Angus Oblong. Milo, Susie, Helga, the Debbies, and Milo's Narcoleptic Scottie all originated in this book, which is aimed at adults in the guise of a children's book. Special thanks to Angus Oblong, without whom (the show and) much of the information in this guide would not have been possible! If you like the show, do yourself a favor, buy his book and check out angusoblong.com!moreless
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    Grosse Pointe

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    This "show-within-a-show" comedy from Darren Star takes a satirical look at the action behind the scenes of a teen prime-time soap. It centers on the on and off-camera antics of five actors who star in a fictional high school drama called Grosse Pointe. WB Broadcast History September 2000 - October 2000: Fridays 8:30 PM November 2000 - February 2001: Sundays 9:30 PMmoreless
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    Living with Fran

    Living with Fran

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    Comedy superstar Fran Drescher stars as Fran Reeves, a divorced mother of two, Allison and Josh, who has found love with a man, Riley, who is the same age as her kids. Living with Fran chronicles the story of Fran and Riley's relationship with great humor, and explores the issues affecting an older woman/younger man relationship nowadays.moreless
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    The Mountain

    The Mountain

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    Boundary Mountain is an escapist playground for wealthy tourists and extreme sports enthusiasts, but to the Carver family, it's home.The Mountain chronicles the larger-than-life saga of the Carvers, whose colorful patriarch, David Carver, Sr. (guest star Chad Everett) founded the town and its internationally famous ski resort after winning the land in a poker game. When this legendary man unexpectedly dies, his choice of an heir sends shockwaves throughout the community. Free-spirited David Carver, Jr. (Oliver Hudson, Dawson's Creek) left home years ago to pursue his dream of becoming a world-class motocross racer, while his older brother Will (Anson Mount, Line of Fire) diligently attended business school with every expectation of taking over the family empire. No one, least of all the brothers themselves, expected David to inherit the Mountain. Now, David finds himself saddled with a responsibility he never wanted and a brother who rightly feels betrayed. David just wants to run, until he realizes his grandfather may have had bigger things in mind. David begins to reconnect with his mother Gennie (Barbara Hershey, Beaches), a former ski champion who has a passion for organizing charity events, and teenage sister Shelly (newcomer Tara C. Thompson), a competitive snowboarder. He will uncover long-buried secrets about his co-workers and his town while trying to cover up his own past. He finds that Boundary is no longer what it used to be when he was a teenager. Maria Serrano (Alana De La Garza, All My Children), the love he left behind, has moved on and found comfort in David's older brother Will. Travis Kurri (Johann Urb, Zoolander) grew up as David Sr's faithful protege but his loyalties no longer lie with the Carvers but with ruthless business tycoon Colin Dowling (Mitch Pileggi, The X-Files), a man who wants to take over the mountain and expand his empire there. The changes (and complications) keep coming with the arrivals of Colin's daughter Max (Elizabeth Bogush, Titans) and son Michael (Tommy Dewey, What I Like About You), two young adults who find that they're more interested in the spirited Carver kids, David and Shelly, than they are in their father's business ventures. Michael immediately clashes with town local Sam Tunney (Penn Badgley, Do Over), Shelly's friend and snowboarding buddy, whose growing feelings for his childhood friend and teammate are being trampled on by the young Dowling's own attraction to Shelly. From Warner Bros. Television Production Inc. in association with Wonderland Sound and Vision. Executive producers are McG, Stephanie Savage (producers of The O.C.) and Shaun Cassidy (American Gothic). David Barrett (Fastlane) directed.moreless
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    Glory Days

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    Seven years ago, Mike Dolan (Eddie Cahill) wrote a novel, with characters based on people from his home town of Lake Glory. The novel was a huge success; it made the bestseller list and was turned into a movie. When Mike gets an extreme case of writer's block, he decides to return to Lake Glory, where he runs into angry townies, determined to see him fail.moreless
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    On the Spot

    On the Spot

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    Detention

    Detention

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    At Benedict Arnold Middle School, there are a eight kids that are always mischievous and often wind up in detention:

    Shareena: The brain who's into reading and alternative culture.

    Emmitt: The one who's always looking for alien presence.

    Gug: The weird and feisty boy.

    Jim: The obsessed comic fanatic.

    Duncan Bubble: The yo-yo wielding quiet boy.

    Orangejella and Lemonjella: Are twins who are geniuses that help their group try and succeed in their schemes.

    Shelley Kelly: A goody-goody girl.

    Miss Kisskillya: The insane teacher who manages to always catch these kids in their schemes.moreless
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    Heavy Gear

    Heavy Gear

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    The Heavy Gear animated series brings the world of Terra Nova to life. When two crack dueling teams face off in the arena, a young boy finds that his wildest dreams have come true. Recruited into the Shadow Dragons as a Gear pilot, Marcus Rover can finally take control of a multi-ton war machine. Fighting alongside his squad in the Heavy Gear Championship, he must prove himself against the Northern Vanguard of Justice and its commander, Major Drake Alexander Wallis III. This 3D CGI series is produced by Sony Pictures Family Entertainment and animated by Mainframe Entertainment.moreless
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    Muscle

    Muscle

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    The fourth sitcom to debut on the WB, and the first to be canceled.
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    That's Warner Bros!

    That's Warner Bros!

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    When the Warner Brothers' Television Network, the WB, began broadcasting in 1995, with a 'Kids' WB!' assortment of animated programs, it seemed logical that the offering should feature the classic Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons for which Warner Brothers' animation division is famous. Thus, a new package of the classic cartoon shorts was assembled under the title of That's Warner Bros.!. 65 episodes were compiled and aired weekday mornings or afternoons, depending on the wish of individual affiliates. The majority of shorts on That's Warner Bros.! were those which had previously been airing on the Nickelodeon cable television network. Each half-hour show consisted of three shorts and one "Hip Clip". "Hip Clips" were excerpts of varying length pulled from certain cartoons to fill time. The show's opening was mostly the same as the one that was used on the Fox Network's version of Merrie Melodies (1992-1994). The differences were a new, jazzy music playing as Bugs makes his way through the Warner lot to the studio and, of course, the That's Warner Bros.! logo replacing the one for Merrie Melodies. Unlike Merrie Melodies, however, each That's Warner Bros.! show did not always feature a Bugs Bunny cartoon short. After one season, the show was updated. Its title was changed to The Bugs N' Daffy Show and given a new, catchy theme song, as Daffy and Bugs sing about the stars of the show.moreless
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    The Help

    The Help

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    Maria was on her way to becoming a beautician when her mother's illness forced the 22 year-old to come home to care for her. Maria's mom has since moved on to a better place. Maria has moved on as well - to be the maid for the insanely wealthy Ridgeway dynasty. As one of many servants who dote on the demented and dysfunctional family, Maria juggles extremely important tasks like dusting their many unread books, vacuuming their priceless rugs and picking up after their prized poodle Pookie. But the biggest surprise comes when Maria discovers there's not only a class struggle between the upstairs and the downstairs, but there's an all out war among The Help! Executive producers Ron Leavitt (Married... with Children) and Marty Adelstein with director Gerry Cohen (The Drew Carey Show) in conjunction with Original Productions and Warner Bros. Television.moreless
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    The Tom Show

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    The Tom Show stars Tom Arnold as a father raising two daughters while having to start his career all over again in St. Paul, Minnesota. All this after his bitter and public divorce from Maggie, his ex-wife and the mother of two girls, and superstar daytime television talk show host. Tom returns to KOGD, the TV station where he got his start in television working for broadcaster Charlie Dickerson. Charlie has been the host of the local morning show "Breakfast with Charlie" for the last 43 years. In an effort to get higher ratings, Tom, as Charlie's new producer, brings in an eccentric, offbeat co-host for Charlie. Some at KOGD, including station manager Tanya Cole, are skeptical about the new "slick Hollywood producer," while others, like eager and high-spirited production assistant Jonathan Summers are honored to be working with "the man who helped re-invent daytime television." Either way, Tom has returned to his roots for a second chance at his career and the opportunity to stay close to his two young daughters as he faces the challenges of raising them on his own.
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    Big Man on Campus

    Big Man on Campus

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    Our Gang

    Our Gang

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    Our Gang is a series of comedic short films from the early days of American filmography. It was created and produced by Hal Roach throughout the 1920s and 30s, and is better known today as "The Little Rascals." It features the adventures of a lovable gang of children, whose mischief and frivolities have brought laughter to America and the world for generations. Among the most famous of the children are Spanky (George McFarland), Alfalfa (Carl Switzer), and Buckwheat (Billie Thomas). The series is notable for breaking stereotypes and prejudices by portraying blacks, whites, boys, and girls together in one group as equals, a concept that was unheard of when it premiered. More than 200 shorts and one feature film, "General Spanky," were produced, and they have been re-run on television continuously for decades. Anyone with an interest in classic film or family friendly comedies will find something to like about Our Gang.moreless
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