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Prehistoric Ice Man 

Kyle and Stan fight over what to name a man they found frozen in ice from 1996. Meanwhile, the government attempts to steal the frozen man.

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While hunting through the woods, Kyle falls down a hole and discovers a man frozen in ice. They take the ice man, whom they name Steve, to Dr. Mephisto to study. Mephisto thaws the man out, only to discover that he is still alive, having been kept perfectly preserved since the distant past of 1996. Steve is kept at Mephisto's lab in an environment recreating his native surroundings, but the boys think he should be free. Even so, can a man from 1996 ever comprehend the world of 1999? Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Animation | Comedy

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Trivia

While the "Iceman" is in his room he freaks out about the Atlanta Falcons going to the Super Bowl. They did go to the Super Bowl that year where they were beat 34-19 by the Denver Broncos. See more »

Goofs

For a split second, when Stan and Kyle fight for the last time, Stan's hat is missing, and he looks bald. See more »

Quotes

Government Agent #2: Little boy, sometimes what's right isn't as important as what's profitable.
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References Grease (1978) See more »

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Composed by Ulf Ekberg, Jonas Berggren, Jenny Berggren and Linn Berggren
Performed by Ace of Base
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