Retroville becomes ground zero for a meteor engraved with a mysterious alien message, which only the best and brightest(naturally, Jimmy) can translate. When he finally figures the message ...
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Sheen Estevez, our protagonist, despite a warning from his friend Jimmy Neutron about a button on his ship presses it to see what happens. He finds himself on another planet. No humans... ... See full summary »
Retroville becomes ground zero for a meteor engraved with a mysterious alien message, which only the best and brightest(naturally, Jimmy) can translate. When he finally figures the message out, he and his friends are teleported into deep space and are forced to become contestants on an intergalactic reality game show, where the losers have their home planets destroyed.Written by
Daniel Timothy Dey
I was at my sister's house, waiting for dinner to be ready. My nephew had cartoons on the TV and I couldn't really change the channel without being rude. I sat down to see what tripe the kiddies were watching these days. Over the next 90 minutes, my nephew abandoned the TV for the toys in his room and I was laughing so hard and often that my sister asked what I was doing. Not only is/was Jimmy Neutron the BEST cartoon since Pinky and the Brain, this episode is the best of the series. I would give anything to own this on DVD, but I don't think it's available. That's a real shame. The writers lampoon the TV business in general - sci-fi and reality TV, specifically. When Jimmy's dad built a Star Gate, I thought the writers were actually living inside my own head!
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