Two teenage slackers find a mecha from the future that had been lying in a New Jersey junkyard for nearly 60 years and make modifications much to the dismay of the robot's attractive creator.
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Series cast summary:
David DeLuise ...  Coop / ... 25 episodes, 2004-2005
Wendee Lee ...  Kiva / ... 25 episodes, 2004-2005
Steve Blum ...  Jamie / ... 25 episodes, 2004-2005
Scot Rienecker Scot Rienecker ...  Goat / ... 12 episodes, 2004-2005
Kevin Michael Richardson ...  Glorft Commander / ... 11 episodes, 2004-2005
Clancy Brown ...  Gorrath / ... 10 episodes, 2004-2005
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In the future, humanity has been beset by a horde of alien invaders. Kiva, a human soldier, has captured an alien mecha, the Megas, and remodeled it, planning to send it back in time three years to a pivotal battle so that the humans can win the war. Her plan goes awry when the Megas is fired upon in transit, rocketing it at random through time. She pursues it, as does the alien mothership. Curtain up on present day. A slob in New Jersey has discovered the Megas in a pile of garbage. Kiva, having caught up to him, is dismayed to learn that it has been remodeled, its head replaced by a classic muscle car, its controls integrated with video game controllers, making her new (and unfortunate) ally, Coop, the only one capable of piloting the Megas. She must now find a way to repair the Megas' time controller and return to the future, as well as dealing with the various challenges inherent in co-owning the Earth's most destructive piece of hardware... especially since Coop insists that it ... Written by Anonymous

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Every kid needs a giant robot


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Country:

USA

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English

Release Date:

1 May 2004 (USA) See more »

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Magnanimous bears a striking resemblance to the Marvel Comics villian, M.O.D.O.K., a character who has a unusually large head with small limbs. See more »

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Goat: Where's my two bucks?
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Open mouth; insert foot.
7 August 2004 | by scottishsuziedSee all my reviews

I have never been a big fan of mecha cartoons. Sure I'd watch MS Gundam with my brother-in-law when staying at my in-laws house, but I was just NOT interested. When first saw the commercial for this 'toon, I bemoaned "Oh no! Not another one!" But one Saturday night, while half asleep, the show started. I was too tired to reach the three feet for the remote, and I was too comfortable to just roll over. So I watched the show. There was this one line (I can't remember for the life of me what it was, but it had something to do with video games [of course]), and It reminded me of something my husband would say and I started laughing so hard, I woke up and started watching the show. I've tried to watch it every Saturday ever since.


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