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I can't believe that this show is off the air. I certainly hope that the writers are gainfully employed, because they deserve it. Both the physical and the verbal comedy are hilarious. The show's main drawback is that some of the humor may be beyond the attention span of some younger viewers.
Freakazoid is one of the most original characters I have ever seen. Not his powers or anything, but his dialogue. Cosgrove also tends to steal the show a lot, with his dry wit and unlaughing manner. He sort of reminds me of David Duchovny. Honorable mention also to Freakazoid's cat.
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