Five bizarre-looking aliens crashland on Earth. With no way to return home, they find themselves trying to make sense of Earth life from the confines of a rented house.
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Five bizarre-looking aliens crashland on Earth. With no way to return home, they find themselves trying to make sense of Earth life from the confines of a rented house. Written by Cynan Rees <cynanrees@hotmail.com>

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A lack of popularity in Germany caused a comic-book series based on the show to be abandoned. One issue was produced and released, shortly before the show's cancellation. See more »

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Referenced in Oggy et les cafards: Jalousie (1998) See more »

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Written by Iggy Pop
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A better version of Sidekick
20 February 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The second best Xilam production! Ogy and The Cockroaches being the first, and Zig and Sharko being the third. It follows the adventures of 4 aliens (5 in the first season) who try so hard to get back on earth, but a lot of weird stuff are keeping them from doing so. I saw a lot of episodes online, and it was so damn funny! I have to say, this show's almost like Courage the Cowardly Dog but without horror. I just don't understand why this show got cancelled in 2 seasons. It's also a scary thing that Nelvana (assuming the rival company of Xilam) in 2010, they made a rip-off on Cartoon Network that was no where near as good as Space Goofs.....It was a bad show called Sidekick, that's very creepy how a company that dubbed Cardcaptor Sakura and Metabots would rip-off a show from their rival company. Overall, this show was great. Why did it have to go so soon?


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