Lilo, Stitch, Jumba and Pleakley have finally caught all of Jumba's genetic experiments and found the one true place where each of them belongs. Stitch, Jumba and Pleakley are offered ... See full summary »
David Ogden Stiers
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Follows Jimmy Neutron, his faithful robotic dog, Goddard, and his eclectic friends and family as they experience life in Retroville. Jimmy is a typical kid, who just happens to be a genius.... See full summary »
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Christy Carlson Romano,
The further (animated) adventures of Buzz Lightyear of "Toy Story" and "Toy Story 2." Buzz, along with fellow Star Command Rangers Mira Nova, Booster, and XR, fight to keep the universe safe from the evil clutches of Emperor Zurg and his henchman, Warp Darkmatter. Written by
A spin off of the Toy Story films. Buzz Lightyear and Zurg from Toy Story 1 and 2 are featured in the cartoon. See more »
There seems to be no sign of intelligent life anywhere...
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The last shot of the opening CG sequence, where Buzz lands in front of the TV, varies in some episodes. Among the alternate actions are: landing on Bullseye, knocking over the other characters with his wings, getting knocked over by RC and Wheezy, confronting the Emperor Zurg action figure, smashing into the television screen, and doing John Travolta's disco move from Saturday Night Fever. See more »
Warburton Takes Lightyear to in... oh, I can't do it.
Honestly, Patrick Warburton not only voices Buzz better than Tim Allen, he voices him waaay better.
Now, don't get me wrong. I loved Toy Story and Toy Story 2. But when it comes to the cartoon series, Warburton manages to keep Buzz a tough, good-cop character and still make him (amusingly enough) more three dimensional than Allen did. Instead of the too-good-to-be-true toy that happens to be on Woody's bad side to start, you have a guy with flaws, who doesn't necessarily always have an answer, or even a clue. Add in the genuinely good comedy (especially for a Disney series), along with the rest of the voice actors, and you've got something terrific here.
If you judge the cartoon version of Buzz and the Toy Story version against each other, you've got the wrong idea to start. Try looking at them as seperate characters. You'll likely find that not only do you like Warburton's version, you love him.
As for Nicole Sullivan, voicing Mira, she provides Buzz his perfect counter-balance. A tough, intelligent, witty female who isn't afraid to knock the edge off of his arrogance, but who still is willing to face danger abound to protect him. Now that's one well-done character.
XR's... perfect. If you've seen MST3K, think of a mix between Tom and Crow. Him alone is good reason to watch. And speaking of MST3K, Booster's about the perfect mix between Mike Nelson and TVs Frank... gullible, somewhat neurotic, mildly clingy farmboy.
Watch it. It's worth it.
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