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I have no problem with the review done on Chowder, but I question the accuracy of whoever put the data together. I am wondering why some of the voice actors get credit for over 60 episodes? Season 1 and 2 had 20 episodes, I have looked everywhere I could find information on this series, and could not find any mention of there being 60 or more episodes. Season 3 had 9, and there were 3 commercials done, adding up to 52. Are there some episodes unaccounted for and/or unaired? I love Chowder, and wish it was still on air, with new episodes... Is there some compelling reason it left us so quickly? Genius work! Mung Daal is my favorite character btw.
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