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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
[Angela wants to trade for her Bug Thug]
You want to trade me your sister?
Yeah, think about it. You could start your own orphanage.
It's bad enough with my own brothers and sisters.
But wait! She hasn't been baptised yet. You could save her soul.
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"My name is Angela, hey hello, welcome to my very own show. I'll introduce my friends to you. Oh no it's Ninny Pooh. Shooby shooby, doo, wha, wha! My name is Angela and you are not Nannette Manoire. You stuck up, snot faced, snot. Welcome to my show, starring me and not starring Nannette Manoire."
This show was one of my guilty little pleasures but I can't say much about the content of this show since it's really a children's show. I think it's okay for children and some adults if they can stomach Angela's voice. I also have to say that if your kids like this show then fine and if they don't then that's okay too. It has your typical grade school stuff in it, kids trying to see just exactly where they fit in. Nannette Manoire is your typical, thinks she's better than everyone else, rich, spoiled little brat with her small circle of friends. Angela Anaconda's family is a little less fortunate than Nannette Manoire's family but they have each other.
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