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Freakazoid (Character)
from "Freakazoid!" (1995)

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Freakazoid!: Season 2: Episode 11 -- The Lobe kidnaps PBS's famed carpenter, Norm Abram, to build a wooden device that would kill Freak.

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  1. "Freakazoid!"
        - Normadeus (1997) TV episode, Played by Paul Rugg
        - Freak a Panel (1997) TV episode, Played by Paul Rugg
        - Two Against Freak (1997) TV episode, Played by Paul Rugg
        - Island of Dr. Mystico (1997) TV episode, Played by Paul Rugg
        - Statuesque (1996) TV episode, Played by Paul Rugg
          (19 more)
  2. "Animaniacs"
    ... aka "Steven Spielberg Presents Animaniacs" - USA (complete title)
        - This Pun for Hire/Star Truck/Go Fish/Multiplication (1995) TV episode, Played by Paul Rugg

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From "Freakazoid!: And Fan Boy Is His Name/Lawn Gnomes Chapter IV: Fun in the Sun/Freak's French Lesson (#1.4)" (1995)
Freakazoid: Please, please, leave me alone. I'll give you anything, anything you want, if you'll just go away. How about the just-written script of Batman IV?
Fan Boy: Plucked it off the internet last night.
Freakazoid: An autographed picture of Stan Lee?
Fan Boy: Who's that?
Freakazoid: No idea. How about your very own Harlan Ellison?
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