Four friends and their daily lives of playing extreme sports, surfing, and getting into some crazy situations.
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 Otto Rocket / ... (62 episodes, 1999-2004)
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 Reggie Rocket / ... (62 episodes, 1999-2004)
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 Ray Rocket / ... (59 episodes, 1999-2004)
Ray Bumatai ...
 Tito Makani / ... (59 episodes, 1999-2004)
Ulysses Cuadra ...
 Twister Rodriguez (57 episodes, 1999-2004)
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 Lars Rodriguez / ... (39 episodes, 1999-2004)
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 Sam Dullard (35 episodes, 2000-2004)
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 Sam Dullard / ... (27 episodes, 1999-2002)
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Four friends and their daily lives of playing extreme sports, surfing, and getting into some crazy situations.

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Rocket Power was named "the show for stoners before they knew they were stoners" by several people on social media such as Facebook and Twitter See more »

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Twister: Please tell me this is a bad dream.
Lars Rodriguez: Mom says I have to tag along 'cause you're too lame to go to another country by yourself.
[He tosses the suitcase to Twister, who discovers that its empty]
Twister: For your information, Hawaii is a state.
Lars Rodriguez: Yeah right. And Chicago's a city.
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(Theme Song)
Performed by The Wipeouters
Courtesy of Kid Rhino Records
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basically, my youth in a TV show
21 September 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

My first memory of this show--I caught a glimpse of Lars and thought he only had one eye, so I got scared and changed the channel. (Hey, I was 9!) Luckily I gave the show another chance. It ended up being my obsession for...God, how many years did it run? It wasn't particularly clever, not at all, really. Basically every episode consisted of the word "dude", sports, and some sort of small drama that only lasted 15 minutes. But I was hopelessly addicted to it, and to this day I still can't pinpoint why. The cliché "every new person that comes here rocks at sports", the dumb explosion of "SUPER BEEF" or something across the screen...but it was such a great show. Especially if you watched the background--the surfer turning into a dolphin, the UFO beaming up a whale, the fisherman falling into the ocean, the giant fish skull talking...they don't make cartoons like they used to! To this day, Twister is still my favorite cartoon character of all time. He was just so stupid, it was great. Even now, almost 10 years later, I still use the word "dude" in almost every sentence.

This show really encompasses everything of my youth. I remember going on about it all the time, and making my friends watch it. I used to know every single word to "Race Across New Zealand", and could repeat the whole movie at any given point.

To sum this all up, I have no idea why I loved Rocket Power so much. But I did, and I still do. The other month I found a Rocket Power videotape at a yard sale and almost cried. Good 'ol memories...


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