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The show was originally going to have a similar serious theme like the 90s "Batman" and "Superman" with comedic undertones. See more »
[after some of his dialogue is poorly lyp-synced]
Ugh! Let's watch the lip-sync, okay?
[shot of a giant pair of lips sinking into the ocean]
[with poor lip-sync]
Ah, thank you!
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Every episode is packed to the gills with hilarity! Not only are the Freakazoid bits brilliant but so are the rest: Toby Danger, Lawn Gnomes, Huntsmen, Lord Bravery (think the Monty Python of Heroes), and everything else rules. Also the voice actors are great, like Ed Asner as Cosgrove and Jonothan Harris (AKA Dr. Smith from Lost in Space). One of the best cartoons but was aimed for the wrong audience. Great songs, likable hilarious characters (like Lobe: the villain with a low self-esteem and Cosgrove whose easily distracted by various things), wonderfully brilliant yet strange stories, jokes galore, homages and spoofs, great use of Stock footage for comedy. BRING IT BACK!
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