A stoner metalhead named Todd Smith, his crushee Jenny, his best friend Curtis, and the geeky Hannah, search their high school for a mayhem-causing Satanic spell book, while being opposed by Atticus, the evil guidance councillor.
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 Todd Smith (26 episodes, 2010-2012)
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 Jenny Kolinsky (26 episodes, 2010-2012)
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 Curtis Weaver (26 episodes, 2010-2012)
Melanie Leishman ...
 Hannah B. Williams (26 episodes, 2010-2012)
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 Jimmy (26 episodes, 2010-2012)
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 Atticus Murphy Jr. (26 episodes, 2010-2012)
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 Brody (21 episodes, 2010-2012)
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 Rob (21 episodes, 2010-2012)
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 Eddie (21 episodes, 2010-2012)
Francis Fontaine ...
 Minion One (19 episodes, 2010-2012)
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 Hooded Leader / ... (14 episodes, 2010-2012)
Brodie Sanderson ...
 Elliot Everwood / ... (11 episodes, 2010-2012)
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A stoner metalhead named Todd Smith, his crushee Jenny, his best friend Curtis, and the geeky Hannah, search their high school for a mayhem-causing Satanic spell book, while being opposed by Atticus, the evil guidance councillor.

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Fighting evil. With mixed results.

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Todd und das Buch vom Ultrabösen  »

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The school Crowley High and the town of Crowley Heights are named after Aleister Crowley. See more »

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[Knocks a pregnant woman out cold]
Atticus Murphy Jr.: Who's an awesome guidance councillor?
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Referenced in Heroes Reborn: Dark Matters: Where Are the Heroes? (2015) See more »

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A mediocre short film becomes a hilarious new TV series
30 September 2010 | by (Toronto) – See all my reviews

The other day, I turned to the Canadian science fiction channel, Space to watch the season premiere of Supernatural. In the slot preceding that, they had put another premiere - the new series Todd and the Book of Pure Evil, which was based on a short film of the same name that I had seen and found cute but underwhelming a few years earlier. I had no expectations whatsoever, but was soon giggling like a madman and enjoying myself in a way I hadn't done since Buffy was in its heyday. To be fair, Buffy got off to a bit of a slow start, not really making the most of its great cast and promising premise until season 2. Todd, however, hit the ground running. The title character (Alex House) is a seemingly irredeemable slacker/stoner who spends most of his free time daydreaming about heavy metal stardom and making it with the school hottie, Jenny Kolinsky (Maggie Castle). Jenny is trying to track down the Book of Pure Evil because she suspects it has something to do with her missing father. Todd finds it first and uses it to become the heavy metal guitarist he's always dreamed of being...engaging in a guitar duel that was so funny it brought tears to my eyes. Naturally, there are dire consequences. Todd's music mesmerizes the entire audience at the Battle of the Bands, endangering a good portion of the student body and the teaching staff. Ultimately, the book moves on to find other pawns - which Crowley High offers in abundance. While I initially thought the premise too thin to sustain an entire series, the idea of moving the book from person to person opens up a whole world of plot possibilities. The characters and supporting cast are terrific. I particularly enjoyed the 3 Fubar-style hoser/muses in the parking lot who provide fuzzy minded advice and inspiration to Todd. Chris Leavins infuses the school guidance counselor Atticus Murphy with swell geeky evil. This series has plenty of edge, in the form of foul language, political incorrectness, loud music and juvenile gross-outs, but what makes it special is the warped cast of characters, the high-octane imagination and the sharp writing. The Canadian viewing audience gets to enjoy something exclusive and fabulous while waiting for the rest of the world to recognize what a gem this is. Hopefully it builds the large and enthusiastic audience in its homeland before taking off to conquer the world. As the three muses observed after Todd's concert debut, "So it begins anew..."


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