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James Bond Jr. is the nephew of the famous international spy. Determined to follow in the footsteps of his famous uncle, James Jr. enrolls in Warfield, a prep school based on the grounds of an old counter intelligence training base in the UK. Along with his schoolmates IQ (grandson of Q) and Gordo Leiter (son of CIA agent Felix), James Jr. fights against SCUM (Saboteurs and Criminals United in Mayhem), an international cartel of terrorists and mad scientists. Written by
UGH. And they say TIMOTHY DALTON was the worst thing to come to the James Bond franchise!
From the team that neutered the Ninja Turtles comes this contrived series about the exploits of...uh...JAMES BOND'S NEPHEW?! Oh boy...
Bond Jr. so happens to go to a private school which SO HAPPENS to have relatives of Q and Ms. Moneypenny as classmates. Bond Jr. always finds a way out of school and goes on contrived adventures against foes like Jaws and Oddjob (who tries to dress in a PINK AND PURPLE JUMPSUIT?!) and other poorly designed versions of James Bond's rogue's gallery. And of course, Bond Jr. gets 'help' from a different chick each episode.
I guess since the Muppets had their Babies and Shaggy & the Gang had a Pup named SCOOBY DOO, the idiots in charge of this tripe had to make a Junior out of Mr. Bond, with laughable results.
Horrible animation, horrible character designs, pathetic stories, and a STUPID & UNORIGINAL CONCEPT, James Bond Jr. is a series best left forgotten.
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