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When Cartoon Network acquired broadcasting rights to Underdog in the 1990s (continued until June 1999), three 4-part segments were withheld due to insensitive themes. "Simon Says 'No Thanksgiving!'" was skipped for containing ethnic stereotypes of Native Americans, "The Molemen" was skipped for Underdog drops his energy pills in water supply by getting the people (young and old) to drink, and "A New Villain" is skipped for Underdog is brought back to life in underwater with electricity in his body. When Boomerang acquired broadcasting rights to the show in 2002, some of the season 3 4-part segments were promptly skipped until 2005, which ran until 2006. Unlike Cartoon Network, "Simon Says 'No Thanksgiving!'" and later "The Molemen" aired on the Boomerang, but still excluding "A New Villain". See more
The secret compartment of my ring I fill, with an Underdog super energy pill.
The series originally aired with a four-part "Underdog" episode running complete in its 30-minute time slot. All current TV prints are a compendium of two related shows, "The Underdog Show" and "Tennessee Tuxedo And His Tales" (but shown under the "Underdog" title), with each of their segments mixed into each 30-minute episode. Some TV prints open with a segment "introducing an exciting scene from today's 4-part episode...", but instead of going into the preview the main credits roll. The end credits use titles from both "Underdog" and "Tennessee Tuxedo" shows. See more
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3 October 1964 (USA)
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