Maggie Pesky is a fun-loving, energetic, creative, and independent thinking tween fly from the metropolis of Stickyfeet, who often ruffles antennae with other insects caught up in conventional, hard-working everyday routines.
What can I say, this cartoon in on early in the morning and sends me straight back to sleep.
To a young impressionable child, many cartoons are great down to their bright colours, hyperactivity and high pitch voices, yet unlike many other cartoons, this lacks the substance many present and past cartoons contain.
This serise consist of very little storyline, from watching a couple of episodes, I have found that the basis of this story is... Two orphans (little is known of their past are adopted by a bizarre couple - A stunt man dad and secret agent mother. The children are now able to contact an agency in which they can 'replace' anybody in their lives who they are unhappy with (teacher, babysitter, neighbour) with somebody displaying the characteristics of their choise.
This series could make for a great parody based show. Parody being the key word, as each episode is different, meaning that a great episode could well be the making of this show, yet so far, this entire cartoon is lackadaisical in structure, animation within background art, enthusiasm, character development and entertainment value.
This series could do with many improvements, yet on the plus side, this still has the time to do so, being a Disney serise, it has the boost many other cartoons don't. Their are many great voice actors making this serise too, such as Nancy Cartwright (The Simpsons, Kim Possible, Rugrats) and Grey DeLisle (Avatar, Fairly Odd Parents, Billy and Mandy).
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