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The Proud Family 

Animated adventures of Penny Proud (Kyla Pratt), a girl growing up with the help of her friends.
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Cast

Series cast summary:
Kyla Pratt ...  Penny Proud 52 episodes, 2001-2005
Tommy Davidson ...  Oscar Proud 52 episodes, 2001-2005
Paula Jai Parker ...  Trudy Proud 52 episodes, 2001-2005
Jo Marie Payton ...  Suga Mama 52 episodes, 2001-2005
Tara Strong ...  Bebe Proud / ... 52 episodes, 2001-2005
Karen Malina White ...  Dijonay Jones 52 episodes, 2001-2005
Soleil Moon Frye ...  Zoey Howzer 48 episodes, 2001-2005
Alisa Reyes ...  LaCienega Boulevardez 48 episodes, 2001-2005
Orlando Brown ...  Sticky Webb 41 episodes, 2001-2005
Raquel Lee ...  Nubia Gross 24 episodes, 2001-2005
Carlos Mencia ...  Felix Boulevardez 23 episodes, 2001-2005
Alvaro Guttierez Alvaro Guttierez ...  Papi 23 episodes, 2001-2005
Anthony Caraballo Anthony Caraballo ...  Various Teenage Voices 21 episodes, 2001-2005
Michele L. Jennings ...  Various Character Voices / ... 21 episodes, 2001-2004
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Storyline

Fourteen-year-old Penny Proud (Kyla Pratt) has one wacky family: over-protective father, Oscar (Tommy Davidson), loving mother, Trudy (Paula Jai Parker), little brother Cece (Tara Strong) and sister Bebe (Tara Strong), and hardcore grandmother Suga Mama (Jo Marie Payton). Her wild friends: Dijonay Jones (Karen Malina White), Sticky Webb (Orlando Brown), Zoey Howzer (Soleil Moon Frye), and LaCienega Boulevardez (Alisa Reyes), and the bullies the Gross sisters (Raquel Lee). Written by Corey Semple (KimPossible2004)

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There's no place like home, girl!


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Official Sites:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 September 2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Família Radical See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo | Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

When LaCienega and her family arrive in town, the pre-teen (who was identified as Afro-Latin) immediately acts like she's better than everyone, especially the darker-skinned characters on the show. She goes out of her way to mock people for their appearances (she even calls one of Penny's baby siblings "nappy"), their weight, and their class. See more »

Quotes

[repeated line]
Oscar Proud: Trudy!
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Crazy Credits

In each main intro scene, the person that appears after Penny's friends and before Suga Mama is different. Mostly related to the current episode. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Lilo & Stitch: The Series: Spats: Experiment #397 (2005) See more »

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Worst Television Show that I have ever seen
29 May 2007 | by procdodSee all my reviews

I am sure there are worse television shows out there, but of the limited amount of television shows that I have seen, this one is the worst. The first reason is obvious, and can be seen by any person who is not tickled by boring, predictable, slapstick humour, or by any person who does not laugh at psychotic ducks. The show has made laugh out loud once. I forget the circumstances, but it did. I hate to admit it, but it must be said. The second reason is because of its racism and negative stereotypes. African-Americans are portrayed as being, cool, slang spewing, hip-hop lovers. White people are portrayed as being nerdy, ugly people who are "wannabes". They try to be cool, or should I say "off the hizzy" (or however you say it), but ultimately are treated like crap by others. Asian-Americans are portrayed as being people who are obsessed with working hard, and learning karate. Latin-Americans are portrayed as being rich and full of themselves. I live in Toronto, which I think is a fairly multi-cultural city, and I do not know ANYONE who talks using slang terms like "off the heezy" or "in the hiz-ouse", black or white. Also portrayed by negative stereotypes are males, and fathers in particular. The fathers are portrayed as being incompetent, self- centred idiots who watch football all the time they can, and have zero respect from there children. Other males in the show are portrayed as being sex-maniacs, wimps, or arrogant losers who think they can beat anyone at anything (but always end up losing to females). The one homosexual character is portrayed as a loser who has been excluded by everyone, except the girls who use him as a fashion designer, and treat him like crap anyway. I probably would not be so annoyed/angry if this show was not a kids show. i once watched the show with my sister, and she said "I never knew that I was supposed to be wearing glasses". I also would not be as annoyed/angry if they put in some new characters who actually WEREN'T obsessed with hip-hop, or had some Asian-American who hung was "cool". This is the worst show I have ever seen.


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