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No P in the O.O.L. (2001)

When the villainous Mr. Wink and Mr. Fibb extend the adult swimtime in the neighbourhood pool the Kids Next Door are sent a red alert to stop them. Numbuh One suggests employing the ... See full summary »

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Numbah 1 / Numbah 2 (voice)
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Numbah Three (voice)
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Numbah 4 / Mr. Fibb (voice)
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When the villainous Mr. Wink and Mr. Fibb extend the adult swimtime in the neighbourhood pool the Kids Next Door are sent a red alert to stop them. Numbuh One suggests employing the Kid-A-Pault, a Kid's Next Door weapon to put an end to this tyranny...But their plan fails, leaving them to find other means of battling Mr Wink and Mr Fibb. Written by CN

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20 July 2001 (USA)  »

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The episode was produced in September of 2000. See more »

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A great start...
7 November 2004 | by See all my reviews

When the grown-ups extend Adult Swim way longer than usual, the Kids Next Door pick up the distress signal and are on their way! This short was the first KND short to be featured on Cartoon Network, and gave birth to one of the coolest cartoons on TV today.

The cartoon also helped to define the characters we love. Over-analyzing Numbah 1, excited pilot Numbah 2, happy-go-lucky Numbah 3, tough-guy Numbah 4, and cool-as-a-cucumber Numbah 5. The KND fight for the honor of kids everywhere to go swimming as much as they want, or they face banishment to (gasp!) the KIDDY POOL!

The short, also known as "No P in OOL" re-runs occasionally on Cartoon Network, so catch it when you can! ADULT SWIM IS OVER!!!


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