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Jon Kent Ethridge,
A boy Jimmy gets hit by a train and then for some reason needs a brain transplant. He gets someone's brain and has hallucinations of cartoon characters, who don't actually play an important role in the show. The show's sad attempt at comedy sometimes make me cringe and the laughing track doesn't help. If they're gonna have a laughing track, at least laugh at the rare funny parts, not the corny other jokes.
The characters are unlikeable, Jimmy is like a 5-year-old girl and wouldn't survive in a real middle school, Craig likes to use his best friend to make money, and then Jimmy has an older sister who IS AN ALIEN? WHAT THE HECK? His mom (who is an astronaut) found her. His mom also OWNS A ROCKETSHIP thats his dad likes to fly. He crashes it, but sadly, does not die. Oh yeah, Jimmy's sister's boyfriend is a were-wolf (or just a wolf i forget).
Sonny Appleday, the "evil villain" of the series, is the worst of them all. He announces his plans out loud, ruining them. He wants Jimmy so he can take over the world (is it ever explained how Jimmy will help him take over the world? Nope!) so he tries to steal Jimmy's brain.
So, in the end, this series is Cartoon's Network's worst series. Oh I almost forgot! It's on Cartoon and yet its LIVE ACTION! Seriously, the tag-line was "CARTOON Network's first LIVE ACTION series." WTF? You get my point. -infinity/10
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