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Codename: Kids Next Door 

The adventures of a group of ten-year-old friends who fight for the right to do everything that adults restrict from them.
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Codename: Kids Next Door follows the escapades of five eager, yet bumbling, ten-year-olds as they join forces against adulthood to fight for the right to enjoy all the fun things in life. These principled kids tackle the really important issues facing their peers, like the right to stay up late or to eat whatever they want. But when taking a stand is just not enough, this crew embarks on top secret missions on behalf of children everywhere, utilizing fantastic homemade technology like flying machines and catapults, to accomplish their goals. Like any good team, the agents in Codename: Kids Next Door each have their own distinct identities, skills and personalities. Numbuh One is Nigel Uno, the British-accented leader of the group. Hoagie P. Gilliam, a mechanical genius and expert pilot, is known as Numbuh Two. Diversionary tactics are the specialty of Kiki Sanban, also known as Numbuh Three. Brash and impulsive Numbuh Four (Wallabee Beatles) is a master of hand to hand combat. And ... Written by Cartoon Network (press release)

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The Kids Next Door were originally meant to be the neighbors (hence their name) of Kenny and Chimpy, who appear in "Kenny and the Chimp in Diseasy Does It! Or Chimp -n- Pox (1998)", Tom Warburton's The Cartoon Cartoon Show (1995) short. While Kenny and Chimpy did not become a series, the Kids Next Door did and retained their name. A character from the original show "Professor XXXL" (Triple-Extra Large) was made a villain of the newer series. See more »

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Numbuh 2 Hoagie P. Gilliam Jr.: HANG ON TO YOUR UNDERWEAR!
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After Episode 26: Operation E.N.D. artwork from the show depicting the moonbase being repaired is displayed. See more »

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Referenced in Animation Lookback: Hanna-Barbera Part 4 (2010) See more »

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Kids Next Door
Written & Performed by Fake Brain
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Well worth watching
9 September 2006 | by See all my reviews

The KND series is without a doubt excellent! The stories and sub plot twists are all integrated into a nice package every time. The artwork is clean & sweet also. Unlike other cartoons that are thrown together and just a lot of messy abstract junky scratches with no real storyline either. But Kids Next Door deliver every time! The 2x4 technology totally rocks! And the Rainbow Monkeys rule!

The animation & cinematography flows perfect in KND and the sf/music meshes perfectly to the action at hand. And there is an endless supply of writing creativity! My favorite cartoon since Sailor Moon.

JP


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