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Josie and the gang are doing a photo shoot on a rocket ship when Alexadra, wanting to get into the spotlight, shoves Josie out of the way, causing Josie to accidentally bump into the rocket's launch control causing the rocket to take off with them on board. Throughout the series, the band along with the alien creature Bleep continuously battle aliens intent on taking over the universe as they attempt to find their way home. Written by
Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>
"A long time ago..." Okay, only 30 years, Josie and the Pussycats introduced us to what was probably the first Pokemon: Bleep. Like the pocket monsters of today, about all he could utter was his (her?) name: "Bleep! Bleep! Bleep!" This wasn't much different from the original "Josie", but the dialog and music were certainly better than Pokemon. Like most modern video games, I'll take any of the classics instead.
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