When basketball player and larger-than-life personality Lex Morrison ends another disappointing season, PR executive Kirby is tasked with getting him back in shape and making sure Lex doesn't completely fall apart during the off season.
Steven K. Tsuchida
King Star King is an intergalactic warrior who fights various evil foes throughout the Gigantiverse. Always buy his side are his team of "strange heroes" which includes Hank Waffles, Pooza the Wizard, and Gurbles the flying robot bear.
Robin Atkin Downes,
Emotionally devastated by the death of his uncle, Boston carpenter Jack O'Toole (McIntyre) writes a play inspired by the man's wake. When nobody will produce the play, Jack quits his job to... See full summary »
The story centers on around the mysterious death of repeat drunk driving offender Thacker and the discovery of his body in an alley behind the Marshalltown, Iowa, police department after his latest DUI arrest.
I actually liked the show before it got canceled. I thought it was funny and I my friends at school thought it was funny as well. It's directed by the guy who does super jail. So if you like super jail then you might've liked this show. Pretty much this show was insane. You couldn't go one minute without a robot either burning, melting, or shredding. I hate to be Bender if he visited that place. From what I heard it had low foreign appeal and they had a short budget so they had to cancel. Which is ashame because this show had potential and I would've love to see more. I would've loved to see more adventures with Thrasher and Blastus as they try to survive Insanus, but oh well. Despite being 10 episodes it was a pretty good show.
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