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David Feiss' name appears in two episodes. In "Happy Baboon Holidays" (Season 1) it is written on a wall behind I.R.'s trailer, when we first see it. And once again, in "I Am Franken-Weasel" (Season 5) "Feiss" is written on one of the headstones in the cemetery, when I.R. goes to "get a fresh body". See more »
I.M. Weasel is really funny cartoon. The characters comparison is great (An extra smart Weasel and idiotic Baboon). And the surrounding world (full of idiots) of I.M. Weasel is adding the style. The show would probably be nothing without The Red Guy who is the sickest in the cartoon. Charlie Adler is something special. That man makes I.R. Baboon much more funnier and The Red Guy much more crazier. I just wonder will David Feiss continue with new episodes.
Although Cow and Chicken and I.M. Weasel have almost the same cartoon crew, these two shows are much different from each other which proves David Feis's qualities
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