Phineas and Ferb – Season 1 Complete

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                                                             The show follows the adventures of stepbrothers Phineas Flynn and Ferb Fletcher, who live in the town of Danville, somewhere in the Tri-State area. Their older sister, Candace Flynn, is obsessed with two things throughout the show. One is “busting” Phineas and Ferb’s schemes and ideas, usually calling their mother to report the boys’ activities, but is never successful in “busting” her brothers.

                                     Her second obsession is a boy named Jeremy who she tries to impress constantly but is often times embarrassed in front of him. Meanwhile, the boys’ pet platypus, Perry, acts as a secret agent for an all-animal government organization called the “O.W.C.A.” (Organization Without a Cool Acronym), fighting Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz. On every opening Candace will appear and break the fourth wall by saying “Mom! Phineas and Ferb are making a title sequence!”

                                      Much of the series’ humor relies on running gags used in every episode with slight variation.For example, several episodes feature an adult asking Phineas if he is too young to be performing some complex activity, to which he responds “Yes, yes I am.” Other times, there are two other characters who say the same thing (e.g., Isabella and Gretchen in “Isabella and the Temple of Sap”). Also, Phineas and Ferb, along with other characters, before starting their inventions, ask, “Hey, where’s Perry?”. Perry and Doofenshmirtz’s confrontations generally lead to the destruction or disappearance of whatever Phineas and Ferb are constructing or taking part in that day.Another gag occurs when two adults are talking to each other about a mistake made earlier.

                                                          The sentence usually ends with “What did you think a new (whatever the mistake was) is just gonna fall out of the sky!?”, then whatever it was falls out of the sky. Other running gags include catchphrases, such as Phineas’ line “Hey Ferb, I know what we’re gonna do today,” and Doofenshmirtz’s “Curse you, Perry the Platypus!” or “Behold, the ____-inator (whatever it is that he had invented for the day for his evil purposes)!” or “Whatcha Doin’?” normally said by Isabella. Also, Candace catchphrase were usually “Mom!/Mom,Dad! Phineas and Ferb are…” and “That’s it, I’m calling Mom /Dad!” or “Wait till Mom sees this!” before dialling on her cellphone to call their mother.

                                                      One final recurring joke is the fact that the parent’s are heading off to some event for the day leaving the kids alone and return to offer the kids a snack after a failed bust attempt. Other animated gags are the floating baby head, which appears as a gag almost as much as some recurring characters, and a zebra that is always calling Candace “Kevin”. Another recurring theme is Dr. Doofenshmirtz occasionally returns to the fact that he needs to “unplug shrinkinator” even though he actually never presented a shrinkinator to Perry the Platypus. (Agent P)























































                                         Johnny Bravo is the pilot episode of the animated series Johnny Bravo and the title character makes his first appearance. Johnny Bravo goes to the zoo when he flirts with a zookeper, who tells him that a gorilla is on the loose. In order to impress her he goes looking for this gorilla.

One interesting thing about this gorilla, is that he has presumably escaped to pursue a career on Broadway. As he sings the show tune “Won’t You Come Home Bill Bailey” and is seen acting several times.


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The Backyardigans (Seasons 1-3)

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                                                         In each episode, the show’s five friends—Uniqua, Pablo, Tyrone, Tasha, and Austin—rely on their vivid imaginations to transform their backyard into completely different worlds, in which they go through many sorts of stories and adventures. The time-frame of the show can range from a few hours to more than one full day, but in reality, the story always ends just in time for one of them to invite the others for a snack. The imaginary story then reverts to the backyard, and the characters all rush to the house of the person who offered the snack and enter it. After a second, one or more characters open the door, quote the catchphrase specific to the episode and then close the door, ending the show. The episodes focus on music and dancing as much as they do on the stories, with each one featuring a different music genre (such as big band, reggae, Spaghetti Western, polka, Motown, and disco) and four new songs, usually with at least one rearrangement of a well-known or traditional song. For example, in the episode where Pablo, Uniqua, and Tyrone imagine they are secret agents and they are going under the laser beams of a door, they sing the “Laser Limbo Tango”, which is sung to the tune of the popular Chubby Checker song, “Limbo Rock”.


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The Addams family (1992-1993)

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                                                           The first episode to air involved a plot against Fester by his “arch nemesis,” a faceless gangster; the episode was aired out of production order, however, and relied on the viewer’s having seen previous episodes for context, thus leaving the audience in the dark as to why Fester had an arch nemesis.

                                                          Later episodes would introduce the series’ most common recurring villains, a yuppie family named the Normanmeyers that lived next door to the Addams and despised them for their lifestyle being an affront to typical suburban living. Episodes dealing with the Normanmeyers usually involved the father, Norman, trying to either convince Gomez to move away or force him to sell the home; the family’s adolescent son, NJ, was friends with Puggsley and Wednesday, inevitably leading to interfamilial conflict. At the end of several episodes, when the conflict was resolved, Gomez usually suggested a family dance.

                                                         The first suggestion for the dance was usually thrown out because of some weird requirement. The second suggestion was accepted and there was usually a requirement for that dance too. The show’s theme song, which was similar to the original live-action series, was slightly different and was sung by a single baritone voice.


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Season 2 (1993)

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Defenders of the Earth Complete Series

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                                             The plot begins with Flash Gordon and his son Rick escaping from Ming the Merciless. Ming has exhausted all the natural resources of his home planet Mongo and has set his sights on Earth. Flash’s wife Dale Arden is captured and Ming tries to brainwash her. She resists to the point of death.


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Dungeons and Dragons

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The general premise of the show is that a group of children are pulled into the “Realm of Dungeons & Dragons” by taking a magical dark ride on an amusement park roller coaster.Invariably, the children try to return home, but often take detours to help people, or find that their fates are intertwined with the fate of others.

Upon arriving in the Realm, the children are a little out of place, but the Dungeon Master, named for the referee in the role-playing game, assuming the role of their mentor, appears and gives them each clothing and magical paraphernalia to suit their abilities.


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X-Men Evolution Seasons 1,2,3

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Season one

                                               The first season introduces the core characters and lays the foundations for future story lines. Professor X, Cyclops, Wolverine, Storm and Jean Grey make up the original X-Men. As the season develops, the ranks of the X-Men are bolstered by the appearance of Nightcrawler in the first episode, Shadowcat in the second, Spyke in the fifth and Rogue (who originally joins the Brotherhood in the third episode) in the seventh. In the later episodes of this season, Nightcrawler discovers the identity of his birth mother, Wolverine finds answers to his past, Rogue switches sides to join the X-Men, and Xavier’s half-brother, Juggernaut, is released from his prison.

                                   Confrontations are typically with the Brotherhood, who vie for new recruits with the X-Men over the course of the season. Toad is the first to be introduced, followed by Avalanche, Blob and Quicksilver. The Brotherhood, led by Mystique, are in fact being directed by a higher power, the identity of whom was “revealed” in the two-part season finale as being Magneto. After Cyclops discovers that his brother, Alex, actually survived the plane crash that killed their parents, they are both taken by Magneto into his “sanctuary” on Asteroid M. Magneto captures several X-Men and Brotherhood members in an attempt to amplify their mutant abilities and remove their emotions. Asteroid M is destroyed by Scott and Alex Summers, but not before two unidentified metal objects fly from the exploding rock.

Season two

                                                        The second season sees the addition of several new mutants, including Beast, who becomes a teacher at the Xavier Institute and an X-Man, as well as a version of the New Mutants: Boom Boom, Sunspot, Iceman, Wolfsbane, Magma, Multiple, Jubilee, Berzerker, and Cannonball. During the course of the season, it is revealed that the villains who supposedly perished on Asteroid M are in fact alive. Sabretooth continues his pursuit of Wolverine, while Magneto continues to work his own agenda.

Mystique poses as Risty Wilde, a high school student at Bayville High who befriends Rogue and breaks into the mansion to steal Xavier’s Cerebro files. Using the files, she recovers Wanda Maximoff, the Scarlet Witch, Magneto’s daughter and Quicksilver’s sister. The mentally unstable mutant joins the Brotherhood upon Mystique’s return, allowing them to defeat the X-Men in a battle at the Bayville mall. Before the finale, a pivotal episode aired featuring the telepath Mesmero opening one of three doors that would unleash a mutant known as Apocalypse.

I                                              n the season finale, Xavier rigorously trains his X-Men to face Magneto, pairing them with the Brotherhood. Cyclops, furious with having to work with his former adversaries, leaves the team. The mansion is later set to self-destruct with Cyclops and several students still inside. Magneto, meanwhile, recruits Sabretooth, Gambit, Pyro, and Colossus as his Acolytes to fight the X-Men/Brotherhood team.

At the same time, Wolverine is captured by Bolivar Trask to use as a test subject for the anti-mutant weapon, the Sentinel. Magneto continues to manipulate events by unleashing the Sentinel onto the city, forcing the X-Men to use their powers in public. Wanda tracks down Magneto and attacks him while he is trying to deal with the Sentinel that is targeting him. The Sentinel is damaged and apparently crushes Magneto as it falls.
                              When the mutants who have not been captured by the Sentinel return to the remains of the mansion, Cyclops and the students emerge from the explosion unharmed. Scott throws Xavier from his wheelchair and blames him for blowing up the mansion. Everyone is shocked as Xavier calmly stands up, transforming into Mystique.

Season three

                                 In seasons three and four, the show notably begins to take a much more serious tone. After the battle with the Sentinel, the mutants are no longer a secret and public reaction is one of hostility. The show is brought into more traditional X-Men lore, dealing with themes of prejudice, public misconception, and larger threats. As the season progressed, the real Xavier is found, Mystique is defeated, the mansion rebuilt, and the X-Men allowed back into Bayville High. Wanda continues to search for Magneto (who was saved by his son, Quicksilver, at the last minute) until Magneto uses the telepathic mutant Mastermind to change her childhood memories. Scott and Jean forge a deeper relationship, and Spyke leaves the X-Men when his power becomes uncontrollable, deciding to live with the sewer-dwelling mutants, the Morlocks.

                            As part of the series arc, Rogue loses control of her powers, leading to her hospitalization. During this time, she learns she was the adoptive daughter of Mystique. Mystique, through the visions of the mutant Destiny, foresaw that the fate of Rogue and herself lay in the hands of an ancient mutant that would be resurrected. Apocalypse emerges in the season’s final episodes. Mesmero manipulates Magneto into opening the second door, and uses Mystique and Rogue (Rogue being hypnotized) to open the last, turning Mystique to stone in the process. Now released, Apocalypse easily defeats the combined strength of the X-Men, Magneto, the Acolytes, and the Brotherhood before escaping.


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