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To a kid, every weekend is precious, so each time the final bell rings Friday afternoon, Tino, Tish, Carver, and Lor try to make the most out of the short freedom they have. Tino Tonitini, the show's narrator, is an average sarcastic kid with a good heart and isn't afraid to tell his Mom about his life (actually she usually tricks him into telling her). Tish Katsufrakus comes from an old world family and loves art, music, and all the things her friends find dull. Carver is the athletic one with a shoe fetish. Finally, Lor McQuarrie is the tom-boy. Together, they play pool, eat pizza, and be kids in every sense of the word. Written by
One of the few animated series in which the characters change clothes from day to day as opposed to wearing the same outfit in each episode (although they only have a few outfits each). See more »
I have here plans for a twelve-foot granite pyramid with twenty thousand miniature workers dragging stone blocks.
Uh-huh? And I have *here* cardboard, glue, sticks and paint.
Okay. How about a one-foot pyramid with two miniature workers dragging a sugar cube.
I know you spent a lot of time on those plans, Tish. I'm sorry you had to compromise your artistic vision.
And *I'm* sorry you had to sit on a tube of paint.
Oh great. Looks like I sat on a leprechaun.
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unlike other cartoons, These characters actually change clothes regularly!
Wow, I love this cartoon. OK, so maybe it's not working up to its fullest potential, or getting the credit it deserves, but I must say it is a very well done new series. The humor is very realistic, sarcastic and easy to understand. There are a lot of jokes that blow right over the heads of small children, and the older kids/ adults watching can understand and laugh. All in all, my only complaint is that I don't feel like getting up anymore on Saturdays to watch TV...a sign that I am (unfortunately) growing up...
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