Galaxy High School (1986– )
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Lox, a new student from Mars arrives and infects Milo with the Martian Mumps. Soon the entire school is looking green, sporting antennas and very punctual. Only Doyle and Aimee, being from ... See full summary »

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(as Larry DiTillio), (developer)
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Susan Blu ...
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Ms. Biddy McBrain (voice)
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Gilda Gossip / 'Flat Freddy' Fender (voice)
Guy Christopher ...
Earl Eccchhh (voice)
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Ollie Oilslick / Reggie Unicycle (voice)
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Booey Bubblehead / Wendy Garbo (voice)
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Coach Frogface / Sludge (voice)
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Doyle's Locker / Aimee's Locker (voice)
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Milo De Venus (voice)
Danny Mann ...
Creep (voice)
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Rotten Roland (voice)
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Beef Bonk (voice)
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Lox, a new student from Mars arrives and infects Milo with the Martian Mumps. Soon the entire school is looking green, sporting antennas and very punctual. Only Doyle and Aimee, being from Earth appear to be immune. Captain James T. Smirk of the Medifederation Starship Eagle Eyes arrives on the scene and places Galaxy Hign under eternal quarantine and place it in orbit around Mars. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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29 November 1986 (USA)  »

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Professor Icenstein: Aha! Just as I thought. The key element in Beef's personality is rage. He would rather be angry than anything.
Doyle Cleverlobe: Well that's the truth, but what's it got to do with Martian Mumps?
Professor Icenstein: Aha, when you made him angry, it brought back his true self, thus curing his Martian Mumps
Aimee Brightower: You mean we have to make people angry to cure 'em?
Professor Icenstein: No, no, no, no, no, that only worked with Beef because it's his strongest emotion. Someone else might be cured by laughing, or hugging, or zinging a zong.
Beef Bonk: That's disgusting!
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