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The Mr. Potato Head Show 

Mr. Potato Head is working at a television studio producing fresh new shows, but he can't do it without his friends.
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1999   1998   Unknown  

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Series cast summary:
Kevin Carlson ...  Mr. Potato Head / ... 13 episodes, 1998-1999
James Murray ...  Dr. Fruitcake / ... 13 episodes, 1998-1999
Debra Wilson ...  Queenie / ... 13 episodes, 1998-1999
Brian Jacobs ...  Aron / ... 12 episodes, 1998-1999
Alison Mork Alison Mork ...  Puppeteer 9 episodes, 1998-1999
Greg Ballora Greg Ballora ...  Baloney 6 episodes, 1998-1999
Julianne Buescher ...  Potato Bug / ... 6 episodes, 1998-1999
Lisa Kaplan Lisa Kaplan ...  Nora 6 episodes, 1998-1999
Mark Bryan Wilson Mark Bryan Wilson ...  Ham Monster / ... 6 episodes, 1998-1999
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Mr. Potato Head is working at a television studio producing fresh new shows, but he can't do it without his friends.

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USA

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(13 episodes)

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Stereo

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Color
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I remember this show pretty well.
21 December 2007 | by emasterslakeSee all my reviews

Everyone's favorite spud is now a puppet in his own puppet show. No relation with the Muppet Creature Shop or any Jim Henson Family brand name companies. Mr. Potatoe Head and several other off the wall characters are running their own show for 2 executive producers that approve Mr. Potatoe Head's script ideas and suggestions. throughout the whole series, Potatoe Head and his co-stars will either be having a crisis, a problem, or just a plainly weird situation that's too bazaar to be a problem.

I remember enjoying this show as a kid. Just cause the supporting characters were interesting and well thought out. When it was taken off the air, I found it surprising for an idea like this to go to waist. Years later I learn off the internet that it was because of it having low ratings and no one in the U.S. could see a puppet Potatoe Head to be profitable.

Come to think of it was made back in the late 90s, the "Fox Kids"/Pre-Fox Box/Pre-4Kids TV. Which was before the Fox Network canceled their whole weekday cartoon routine, and ending all the Saturday Morning Cartoons they use to show.

Sadly this live action show hasn't seen the light of day when it ended with only 13 episodes. With no large fan bases or decent number of fans, it'll never get the chance to get released on DVD what so ever.


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