McGee sets out for summer camp but ends up in the wrong bus, where he meets Squirt and Gretchen. The bus ended up at Camp Lakebottom, a forgotten, weird place has a lot of adventures in store for the 3 friends and their enemy Buttsquat
William, is a bright-eyed, eager 10-year-old knight-in-training, completely devoted to his mentor, the lovable-but-slightly-inept-knight-in-gleaming-armor Sir Roderick. The day Princess ... See full summary »
It's one of those Canadian cartoons that make me forget about the whole world. The production is brilliant, each episode is different and it's just crazy funny. The whole idea of a kid superhero dressed as a flamingo is so absurd that it can't stop surprising you. The characters of Milo, Lizbeth and other kids are very well written and the visual side of this show is just perfect.
I'm just waiting for a DVD version of this, because it's amazing that in this whole world of cartoon debris where one show looks exactly as five others there's still something that won't bore you to death. And out of all the cartoons my daughter watches, this and Iggy Arbuckle are the only two I want to have on my DVD shelf.
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