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Pamela Anderson provides the voice of Erotica Jones who is stripper by night and superhero Stripperella by even later at night.
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Series cast summary:
Pamela Anderson ...  Stripperella / ... 13 episodes, 2003-2004
Tom Kenny ...  Kevin Calhoun / ... 13 episodes, 2003-2004
Maurice LaMarche ...  Chief Stroganoff / ... 13 episodes, 2003-2004
Jill Talley ...  Giselle / ... 13 episodes, 2003-2004
Sirena Irwin ...  Persephone / ... 11 episodes, 2003-2004
Kirsten Kairos Kirsten Kairos 7 episodes, 2004
Greg Proops ...  Bernard 7 episodes, 2003-2004


Pamela is the voice of Erotica Jones, a dancer at the local strip club, who always has time for her friends such as Persephone, a fellow stripper who is dating conjoined twins. But when duty calls Erotica becomes Stripperella an agent for T.H.U.G.G. and a superhero who fends off nasty villains such as Dr. Cesarean, a plastic surgeon whose evil plans involve giving unexpected women explosive breast implants made of nitroglycerin; Cheapo, a super-villain on a budget who makes his henchman share a gun; and Pushy Galore, a former genetic physicist who has learned to breed animals with designer logos on their skin and makes designer knockoffs out of her ex-husbands. Stripperella has the ability to float to safety from tall distances courtesy of her enhanced hair. Watch out for her patented move Scissor-ella which allows her to knock-out bad guys with her thighs (think Famke Jannsen as Xenia Onatopp in the James Bond film Goldeneye). If she allows you to touch her breasts then look out for ... Written by Bubba

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Fighting crime. Saving the world. Pole dancing. All in a night's work. See more »


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Release Date:

26 June 2003 (USA) See more »

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Stan Lee's Stripperella See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Despite the show carrying a TV-MA rating, scenes involving nudity were censored with pixilation on some airings. See more »


Stripperella: Look out crime. I'm gonna to take a bite out of you. But - not in a way you're gonna find - pleasurable.
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Alternate Versions

PART TWO of the extended cut of "Beauty and the Obese" starts with a "Previously on Stripperella" segment that runs almost two minutes. Other additions/changes include:
  • 1. The scene with Stripperella undercover at Dr. Cesaerian's as "Sister Mary Hadalamb" is extended slightly. The scene in the original ends after a close-up of Stripperella's face and goes to her night break-in of the office. The new stuff begins with Stripperella beating a hasty if clumsy retreat "Well, I'd better go back to... where-ever nuns go." "Church?" "Yeah! That place!". Then we shift to the front door of the Tender Loins with the sign reading "Open till 2 am... never clothed." We see the Siamese twins confronting the doorman. He reacts with shock, exclaiming "Whoah! YOu're twice!" He then rubs his eyes and says "Now you're all blurry!" to which the Brit wannabe, Cliff, responds nastily. The doorman asks for ID's, but Dave is the only one with a card and is granted enterance. When he is denied, Cliff complains "You don't really need to see my ID. I'm clearly over twenty-one." Persephone then runs up, excited that Dave arrived, but is less enthused by Cliff's presence. The feeling is mutual as Cliff snarls, "I return to London in the morning and my brother insisted that we spend my last night in a vulgar sleaze emporium!", prompting an easperated response from Dave. The scene then moves inside of the club with the Siamese twins entered with Persephone as the bartender and Erotica watch. Erotica bemoans her friend's luck with men that the bartender sums up with the conclusion that she's easy(loose). Erotica corrects this charge with "lucky", wishing that she could meet a guy , fall in love, etc. She further mutters "Sometimes I get so lonely, dancing and fighting crime(this second one catches the bartender's attention), that I just don't have time for a social life." The bartender asks about her statement 'fighting crime' that prompts Erotica to hastily say that she said GRIME and that she spends a lot of time cleaning around the house. She then leaves work AGAIN, saying goodbye to her boss. He tries to protest, but she ignores him totally and he gives up. This new addition is about 1 and 1/2 minutes.
  • 2. As she breaks into Dr. Cesaerian's office that night, some new dialogue inserted. As she cuts a hole into the front door's glass with a clawed glove, she mutters to herself "Oh, I forgot that I can cut glass with my nipples! I could've broke a nail like this." Another dialogue addition happens when she picks the door to Room 3. She mutters, "Oops, wrong finger." The scene is not extended timewise at all.
  • 3. The next new scene begins in the Tender Loins as the owner and the bartender discuss the 2-drink minimum policy and how it would adhere to the Siamese twins, with the owner asking if they should be charged for 2 or 4 drinks. The bartender says it doesn't matter since the British half has had WAY more than 4 drinks. Totally soused, Cliff suggests that they visit "your naked tart of a girlfriend!" Dragging Dave along reluctantly, Cliff drools and giggles mispronouncing Persephone's name and climbing up on the stage. Dave angrily chastises Cliff, and the two get into a fistfight. Confronted by the doorman Cliff is ordered out while Dave is allowed to stay, but Dave says he was leaving anyway. Outside the club, Persephone follows the two and ask to speak to Cliff alone. Dave turns away and Persephone asks what Cliff hates about her, insisting that she's not trying to come between them. Cliff admits that he's jealous of Dave. Since Dave was born first by a week (no, this doesn't make sense to me either or Persephone, seeing as they're Siamese twins)he always felt as if their parents loved Dave more. He then drunkenly rambles on about how while he was at Oxford, Dave was partying with women. This made him jealous because he never had success with women. He also admits that he's madly in love with her and bemoans that she'd probably never give him the time of day, saying mean things to her as a defense mechanism. She softens at that and hugs Cliff. This scene ends with drugged Striperella waking up in the doctor's basement lab and runs about 2 1/2 minutes.
  • 4. After Dr. Cesearian explains his rationale behind his actions, exclaiming "Ooh, I HATE models!" there is a dialogue extension where he continues ",,,and heights. But, that's neither here nor there. You can't really harm heights."
  • 5. In the VH-1 Fashion Awards, the announcer's line-up of stars is slightly different. In the original, ALF and others are mentioned, while the first listed in the two-parter is Tony Danza and others.
  • 6. When Dr. Cesaerian threatens to inject the now-freed Stripperella with cellulite, there is a new commercial break. After the break, the scene repeats the last line.
  • 7. There is a change in Kathie Lee Gifford's appearance on the Fashion Awards. In the original, her scene is black-and-white(implying that it's on a TV screen), but in the two-parter, she's announced and her scene is in color.
  • 8. In the race to the Fashion Awards, there is a slight scene extension. It starts after Woody Allen comes on stage at the Awards. Stripperella pulls up to a railroad crossing on her bike just as the barrier comes down and the train crosses. As she waits, a truck from "Ramps Plus" pulls up next to her with a huge ramp attached behind the trailer. She uses this to jump the train. As she lands on the other side, the train passes and the barrier goes up, exasperating her. This extension runs about 40 seconds.
  • 9. In the original concluding scene at the Tender Loins, a slight dialogue extension has Persephone bemoaning that Dave left her because she slept with his brother Cliff and somehow he found out. This lasts about 25 seconds.
  • 10. After the bartender muses "I have a feeling we haven't seen the last of Stripperella." the original episode ends, but in the two-parter there is an extension showing Erotica backstage pulling the bag of Dr. Cesaerian's face parts (all that was left of him after his lab mysteriously exploded)out of her pocket and saying, "I don't think we've seen the last of YOU, Dr. Cesaerian." The scene then shifts to a train station where we see an extremely fat and trench-coated figure boards a train to Italy. It is Dr. Cesaerian, and he literally sneezes his nose off before replacing it and boarding the train.
  • 11. The words "The End" are actually shown before the credits.
  • PART TWO runs about 21 and 1/2 minutes, with commercials excised. The whole thing runs about 43 and 1/2 minutes total.
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Sexy, ridiculous fun
17 February 2006 | by mlaroweSee all my reviews

This is not Shakespeare. This is not Frank Miller. This show has plot-lines and characters worthy of a sexed-up version of Batman back in the '70s. I loved it.

As far as animation goes, both sets of character designs are on par with the good stuff your kids (and some of you grown ups) watch on Saturday morning. It's a lot better than what I used to watch, and I'm not that old. The voice talent is great and the writing is clever, not taking itself too seriously but not leaving gaping plot-holes that can't be explained with the shows own established logic.

So, just to warn, the DVD collection does, in fact, have nudity. There is more in the earlier episodes, as a side note. Characters are intentionally gimmicky and not particularly multi-dimensional, making the show easy to pick up and enjoy no matter what episode you're on. The plots, villains, and every other aspect of the flavor is an eerily accurate parallel of Saturday morning cartoons. And the star's influence shines through with the overwhelming amount of animal-rights pushing that happens.

All the clichés are there, and all the jokes. There's nothing not to love except that not enough people watched. Put the kids to bed, grab the wife/husband/whatever and enjoy.

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