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Teddy Lee Dillon,
As a kid I watched this cartoon like religion. However, I caught on to the fact that there was like NO martial arts in it. Were the animators lazy or something? They gave Billy and Jimmy a pair of corny lines and a magic sword. Sure they would do a shoulder throw now and then but thats it! The games were about non-stop brawling, with knives, bottles, bombs, nanchukus...etc you name it! The least they could've done was animate some decent fighting!
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