Cartoon Sushi (1997–1998)
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Episode #1.1 

In "Ultracity 6060", the characters refuse to face the camera since the small budget doesn't allow for proper lip sync. In "Farcus", a man takes an early lunch but regrets it. In "Robin", ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Dave Avellone ...
Narrator (segment "Robin") (voice)
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(segment "Ultracity 6060") (voice)
Ross Cobin ...
Broccoli (segment "Science Facts") (voice)
Mike de Seve ...
(segment "Ultracity 6060") (voice)
Matt Harrigan ...
(segment "Ultracity 6060") (voice)
Jay Hathaway ...
(segment "Pull My Finger") (voice)
Karolina Kulikowski ...
(segment "The Untalkative Bunny") (voice)
Dan Olmsted ...
(segment "Pull My Finger") (voice)
Rob Rock ...
Perry Fantabulous (segment "Science Facts") (voice)
Roberta Anne Swoolzner ...
Tara (segment "Science Facts") (voice)
Frank Ziegler ...
Narrator (segment "Penguins: A Documentary") (voice)
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In "Ultracity 6060", the characters refuse to face the camera since the small budget doesn't allow for proper lip sync. In "Farcus", a man takes an early lunch but regrets it. In "Robin", the titular character goes to a party. In "Pull My Finger", one hamster tries to get another hamster to pull his finger. In "Science Facts!", a broccoli with an IQ of 10 wrecks havoc on a game show. In "Penguins: A Documentary", a narrator describes penguins. In another "Ultracity 6060", Hirogani can't stop passing gas. In "Space War", pandemonium ensues on a distant planet. And in "Untalkative Bunny", a bunny answers his phone but, due to being mute, can't take advantage of an exclusive newspaper offer. Also includes Cartoon Girl's most embarrassing moment and two segments of "The Many Deaths of Norman Spittal". Written by Ian Lueck

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Animation | Comedy

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1997 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Edited from Genocyber (1994) See more »

Soundtracks

Big Show Theme
(uncredited)
Music by Robert Sharples
[Heard during "Science Facts!"]
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