Random stories that happen in the science lab of doom and other shorts

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7 February 1998 (USA)  »

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Funny and Clever Show
30 July 2004 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Toonsylvania was a classical cartoon. It was funny and had very clever episodes. My favorite characters were Melissa Screetch and the zombie family. I especially liked the episode when Melissa Screetch met the three bears and tried to take over their house. That really gave me some good laughs. My favorite Zombie family episode was when Ashley the daughter wanted to be a cheerleader and Fred the son was in a magic show. That too was so funny. I was sad to see this show leave after a few years of watching it. Steven Spielberg did a good job creating this show and him and Toonsylvania deserve 10/10 stars! I hope one day they bring back this show with new episodes or just the good old reruns.


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