Comedy about awkward teenager Pepper Ann, who only really has 2 friends, and manages to put other kids off by her slightly-nerdy behaviour, constant bad timing and insistence on trying to ... See full summary »
Short lived animated spin off of the television series Sabrina the Teenage Witch. The animated series is a prequel which features Sabrina as a pre-teen girl with small witch powers. Also ... See full summary »
Peanut (the big brother), Jelly (his sister), and Baby Butter (their baby sister) Otter live on a houseboat on the shore of Lake Hoohaw, along with all of their friends. Whenever they get ... See full summary »
Brook Jenell Slack,
Gina Marie Tortorici
The popular children's books, written by Paulette Bourgeois, come alive in this television series about a turtle named Franklin. Each episode has a story of Franklin and his friends. You'll... See full summary »
Angela Anaconda and her three best friends Gordy, Gina, and Johnny are all a bunch of outcast individuals. The series focuses on the adventures that the friends have. Angela is the leader of the group who also has a vivid imagination. Gina is the stereotypical chubby girl. Johnny is the blue haired Elvis wannabe, and Gordy is the token nerd of the group. They assist Angela in her battles with her older brothers, and finding any way that they can stand up to the rich, French, teacher's pet, Nanette. Written by
The art style is known as Clip Art Animation; the characters were made out of cutouts of black-and-white photographs and Elastic Reality software was used to animate it. See more »
Oh, and besides the Crown of Rye, you also get free, all-you-can-eat cinnamon swirls!
For the rest of my life?
No, for the rest of the day
Mmm... good enough!
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A nice series, but, the visuals are what really make it stand out.
It's a typical school story series, but, what sets it apart is its bizarrely humorous scripts and, especially, its visuals. Borrowing heavily from the Terry Gilliam animation style, no one moves in 3 dimensions! It's like a world inhabited by humanoid crabs. Photos digitally (I'm guessing.) manipulated make up the cast. So, it's entirely possible that everyone we see is the actual voice being used. Regardless, this blend of the real with the sublime sets the style of the series, and that visual execution is what is most superb about it.
In short, in today's dreg of children's series, Angela is welcomingly refreshing. Adults will probably like it more. (I'm 26.)
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