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This was the second BKN program to catch my attention, and it is a DEFINITE improvement over "Street Sharks." (And that's not hard to do.) This show was kind of a cross between the TMNT cartoon and the comic book "Dinosaurs for Hire." It concerned a group of dinosaurs (T-Bone, Bullzeye, Spike and Stegz) who, with the help of the blue female alien Chedra battled the Raptors (Bad Rap, Haxx and Spittor), who constantly pushed the Extreme Dinosaurs to the wall. I LOVED Gary Chalk as Bad Rap and Scott McNeil as T-Bone. Entertaining stuff.
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