Dinosaurs (1991–1994)
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Power Erupts 

Robbie designs a science project that if executed in real life, could naturally power dinosaurs' houses and lower their heating bills. This proves to be bad business for Wesayso and B.P. ... See full summary »

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Earl Sinclair
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Earl Sinclair
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Earl Sinclair (voice)
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Fran Sinclair / Scientist / Interviewer / Mr. Pulman (voice)
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Fran Sinclair
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Fran Sinclair (voice)
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Robbie Sinclair / B.P. Richfield
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Robbie Sinclair
Jason Willinger ...
Robbie Sinclair (voice)
Bruce Lanoil ...
Charlene Sinclair
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Charlene Sinclair
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John Kennedy ...
Baby Sinclair
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Mr. Ashland (voice)
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Robbie designs a science project that if executed in real life, could naturally power dinosaurs' houses and lower their heating bills. This proves to be bad business for Wesayso and B.P. Richfield is out to ruin Robbie's image and credibility to the public. Written by Novastar_6

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy

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15 January 1992 (USA)  »

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In Wesayso's smear campaign toward Robbie Sinclair, it is mentioned that he supports furloughs for convicted murderers. This is in reference to Michael Dukakis's presidential bid in the mid '80s, in which an ad against him pointed out Dukakis' support of furloughs for convicted murderers. See more »

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B.P. Richfield: [Sampling wine] That's fine for me, but give the rest of'em the cheap stuff.
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