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Now this is a cool show! I want to applaud Cartoon Network for this cool show! This show's release date is Sunday March 5, 1995 and since then I have loved to watch all the What a Cartoons! Pfish and Chip, Cow and Chicken, and Johnny Bravo are all cool What a Cartoons! My favorite What a Cartoon is "Pizza Boy" from episode "No Tip"! This episode was released on Wednesday March 19, 1997. First you see the boss giving orders to the Pizza Boy to deliver a Pizza to the Arctic Circle within five minutes "or else"! Driving into the sea, getting kicked off of a plane, attacked by dogs, Pizza Boy sure has it rough and when he delivers the Pizza (which cost five bucks) he gets "no tip"! Pizza Boy takes it really hard! The thing that I like about this episode is that the Pizza Boy is always in a hurry plus all the hilarious scenes. That equals nonstop laughter.
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