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The protagonist of the series is Andy Larkin, a mischievous 12 year old preteen and the self-proclaimed "world's greatest prankster". The show follows him as he tries to perform incredibly well-thought-out and elaborate practical jokes, or pranks, on people. He lives in the fictional town of East Gackle. He constantly breaks the fourth wall when the screen freezes. Andy's best friend, Danny Pickett, helps him out with almost every prank. His enemies include his older sister, Jen Larkin, and the bullies Peter Lik and Andrew Leech. Andy has a crush on a girl named Lori Mackney (in the books her name is Lisa Mackney) and usually tries to impress her. The show is based on Andy Griffiths' children's series of Just... books (which were illustrated by Terry Denton), although many episodes are not directly based on the books. Changes from the books to the TV series include Andy's last name, which was originally that of his creator, and other minor name changes, such as Lori's name being Lisa ...
"What's With Andy" is an absolutely halirious show about one Andy Larken (voiced by Ian James Corlett) & his best buddy Danny (Bumper Robinson or Daniel Brochu) who are typical teenage boys living in a small town called East Gackle who are easily and almost always bored. The answer to their boredom is ALWAYS to pull a prank on someone they know, favorite people including his sister Jen, or his school & their wannabe-superintendant principal.
All the pranks are so teenage-boyish & "this-would-only-happen-in-a-cartoon-world" but are halirious anyhow, even adults love the show!
The animation is great, very crisp, & the writing is top-notch, really creative and wacko, lots of good dialogue, teens love to quote it after they see it, they keep on laughing.
It's a light-hearted cartoon-comedy show that kids & adults alike will enjoy, & it will leave you feeling good after. Perhaps you'll even be spouting one of Andy's infectious sayings afterwards!! ;)
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