Rocket Power (1999–2004)

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 Otto Rocket / ... (58 episodes, 1999-2004)
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 Reggie Rocket / ... (58 episodes, 1999-2004)
Ulysses Cuadra ...
 Twister Rodriguez / ... (55 episodes, 1999-2004)
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 Ray Rocket / ... (55 episodes, 1999-2004)
Ray Bumatai ...
 Tito Makani / ... (55 episodes, 1999-2004)
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 Lars Rodriguez / ... (37 episodes, 1999-2004)
Gary LeRoi Gray ...
 Sam Dullard (34 episodes, 2000-2004)
Sam Saletta ...
 Sam Dullard / ... (25 episodes, 1999-2002)
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The reason for the "N" on The Squid's shirt is because he was originally supposed to be from New York (in the show, he had attended "Newton Elementary School" when he lived in Kansas). Word never got to the artists so the "N" stayed. See more »

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Lars Rodriguez: Why were you screaming so much last night?
Twister: I had a dream about your face.
Lars Rodriguez: Do you wanna dream about my FIST?
Mrs. Rodriguez: Boys, what did I say about threatening each other at breakfast?
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99 Red Balloons
Performed by Goldfinger
Courtesy of Mojo Records
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I used to love this show and still do
5 January 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Whenever I look up old 90's shows on youtube, I always seem to find each one mention Rocket Power and it brings back some great memories. I used to adore this show. Every day I would flip through channels and if I saw this show was on, nothing else mattered. I would pick watching an episode of this for the fifth time than a Hey Arnold for the first time (although I did enjoy that show too).

I think what I liked this one the most out of the 90's shows was because it was somewhat on its own. Other shows always showed the kids at school with two parents and good grades. This one was slightly more realistic in that sense. Sure, they played the sports ridiculously well so i'm not saying that was realistic, but Twister had a mean brother, Reggie and Otto didn't have a mother, and Sam was made fun of for his intelligence. I felt it was almost more gritty (or as much as it could be) for a kid's show.

Even the main characters weren't likable a lot of the time. Mainly Otto with his cocky personality but all of them had something disagreeable. Sam's wimpyness, Reggie's smart Aleck attitude, and Twister's inability to say anything remotely smart were all factors in showing how no one is perfect.

Then of course, as a child, you find the sports they do to be amazing. I was always jealous of their talent and wished I could be as good as they were on skateboards or surfboards. In a way, they were kid's idols. And I still love them to this day.


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