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Lucien Cramp (Character)
from "The Cramp Twins" (2001)

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  1. "The Cramp Twins"
        - Tattoo Boy/Cow Son (2005) TV episode, Played by Kath Soucie
        - News Whale/Twisted Ending (2005) TV episode, Played by Kath Soucie
        - Happy Gas/Twin Toys (2005) TV episode, Played by Kath Soucie
        - Keith/Mommy Boy (2005) TV episode, Played by Kath Soucie
        - Goosenapped/Rotten Romance (2005) TV episode, Played by Kath Soucie
          (29 more)
  2. The Fight for the Fox Box (2003) (TV) Played by Veronica Taylor
    ... aka "Fox Box Rocks" - USA (alternative title)

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From The Fight for the Fox Box (2003) (TV)
Shredder: [on the briefing screens where the antagonists videoconference] The Turtles may have the code, but we have The Turtles! There should not be any more problems.
Dr. Eggman: I believe Sonic may have discovered my code, too.
The Voice: I hope the rest of you had better luck!
Dr. K: Not exactly. Cubix sort of got my code.
Dialbolic: Kid Muscle may have lucked out and gotten the code, but I wouldn't say this is the final call.
King Dedede: Don't blame me! It's Escargoon's fault! He was in charge of hidin' my part of the code.
Escargoon: What's the big deal? The code's still in five different pieces, right? Nobody'll ever put 'em together!
The Voice: You fool! Donatello set up a website called SaveTheFoxBox.com! If anyone saw all the parts of the code, they could enter it there and restore the network!
[the Voice's visualization fades away as the voice itself changes to reveal the speaker as Wayne Cramp. His voice is no longer distorted]
Wayne Cramp: And that would make me mad at you! And you don't wanna make me mad, 'cuz when I get mad, that's when I get even!
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