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Ian Kelly is a 12-year-old kid with a kind of imagination that goes "cut" in the night. He thinks that his life is a stage and that he is the director! With his Spielberg-like imagination, ... See full summary »
Richard Ian Cox,
An animated TV series about a girl called Mona, a young girl with a vivid imagination. She believes her hometown is overrun with supernatural monsters, and she plans to stop them all and save the town on a daily basis.
Being the youngest and smallest of his large family, Jacob fell into the necessary habit of continually repeating himself to be heard which earned him the nickname, Jacob Two-Two. While that habit has faded a bit since his family's move to Montreal, that is the least of his concerns. After all, when the big city has plenty of adventure to offer for himself and his friends whether it be thwarting his school's villianous faculty, or exploring the strange places and people of the metropolis, life's a challenge the first time around!Written by
Kenneth Chisholm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Take a look at your children. no. never mind. take a look at this show, first.
Jacob-two-two, a little boy in a big family, doesn't get as much respect as the dog-crap you just stepped in today. he has to say things twice to be heard. even then, no one respects him - except his ever so wise father. and a few other people. such as his outcast friends - Beaufort, the school idiot, and Renee, another nerd. along each adventure, Jacob runs into his evil principal, Mr greedyguts, Leo, the cheap janitor, and his teacher, miss sourpickles, plus a few other people as well.
Jacob-two-two isn't as good as the real thing - the books. and the 1970's movies. watch and read those firsthand so you understand what goes on in Jacob's world. or more likely, what happens to him in Montreal. just watch it. it's better than the violence on TV these days.
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