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(1999–2001)

Awards

Primetime Emmy Awards 2001

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Ja'net DuBois
For playing "Mrs. Avery". For episode "Let's Get Ready To Rumba".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2000

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation
Nelson Lowry (art director)
For episode "How The Super Stoled Christmas".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1999

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Ja'net DuBois
For playing "Mrs. Avery".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Main Title Theme Music
Quincy Jones III (composer)
George Clinton (lyricist)
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less)
Steve Tompkins (executive producer)
Larry Wilmore (executive producer)
Brian Grazer (executive producer)
Ron Howard (executive producer)
Tony Krantz (executive producer)
Eddie Murphy (executive producer)
Will Vinton (executive producer)
Tom Turpin (executive producer)
Bill Freiberger (supervising producer)
David Flebotte (supervising producer)
Mary Sandell
David Bleiman Ichioka
Michael Price
J. Michael Mendel
Al Jean (consulting producer)
Mike Reiss (consulting producer)
Les Firestein (consulting producer/writer)
Donald R. Beck (co-producer)
Mark Gustafson (supervising director)
For episode "He's Gotta Have It".

American Cinema Foundation, USA 2000

Nominated
E Pluribus Unum Award
Television Series - Comedy

Annie Awards 2000

Nominated
Annie
Outstanding Achievement in a Primetime or Late Night Animated Television Program
Will Vinton Studios
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Production Design in an Animated Television Production
Nelson Lowry
For episode "What's Eating Juicy Hudson?".

Annie Awards 1999

Won
Annie
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Television Production
Mark Gustafson
For episode "Bougie Nights".
Nominated
Annie
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Production Design in an Animated Television Production
Paul Harrod
For episode "Boyz 'N' The Woods".
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting in an Animated Television Production
Eddie Murphy
For playing "Thurgood Stubbs".

Ottawa International Animation Festival 2000

Won
OIAF Award
Best Television Series
Marv Newland
For episode "The Preacher's Life".

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