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Some kids discover that there's something wrong with their school; their teachers are acting weird and the teaching therefore also becomes weird. An intergalactic hero, Kenny Starfighter, crashes his space-bus (very similar to that of Lone Star in Spaceballs) in their little society and soon, they team up in order to solve the mystery of the school. It turns out that the person behind it all is the evil Dr. Deo (who, as a revenge for having been turned down by the princess of planet Mylta because of his foul smell, wants to build a machine that will transform Mylta into a giant deodorant roll-on ball), the very villain Kenny Starfighter is out to catch. Their quest takes them deep beneath the school and brings them many encounters. And all the time, there's a feeling of mystery over it all. Written by
Anders E Lundin
Maybe i am wrong but I think this is typical for the Swedes. Since i am from Sweden I think it's hilarious, you shall have in mind that it is for children (even adult children). The mini is about this opposite to Blixt Gordon a total loser, a galactic anti-hero. He gets an impossible mission on earth where he gets help from some kids who belives he is super..or?
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