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Series cast summary:
Josh Gardner Josh Gardner ...  Saul Malone / ... 20 episodes, 2007
Dana Snyder ...  Strata Operator / ... 20 episodes, 2007
Peter Girardi Peter Girardi ...  Todd Rogers 20 episodes, 2007
Hugh Davidson ...  Bertrum / ... 19 episodes, 2007
Jeff Bennett ...  Clancy 18 episodes, 2007
Jonah Ray ...  Clancy Mole Man Body / ... 18 episodes, 2007
Kevin Almeida Kevin Almeida ...  Mole Men / ... 16 episodes, 2007
Irina Voronina ...  Fallopia / ... 15 episodes, 2007
Arturo Gil ...  Lil / ... 13 episodes, 2007
Frank Potenza Frank Potenza ...  Robot / ... 12 episodes, 2007
Carlos Alazraqui ...  Stromulus Guandor, Birdbat Leader 10 episodes, 2007
Gary Anthony Williams ...  Strata Operator #2 / ... 10 episodes, 2007
Jonathan Kimmel ...  Dr. Lawrence 'Brad' Perkins / ... 9 episodes, 2007
Andy Sipes ...  Stromulus 9 episodes, 2007


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Official Sites:

Adult Swim | Adult Swim [UK]





Release Date:

11 February 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

S.T.R.A.T.A. See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The odd-looking STRATA building seen in the show's introduction is a manipulated photo of the Engineering Tower at the University of California, Irvine, with a false background inserted behind it. The actual Tower is part of a larger complex of buildings and sits at the edge of a densely wooded park. See more »


[Opening signature tune]
Vocalist: There was a mission underground / So they sent some explorers down / But the crewmen of any worth / Died on their way to the center of the Earth / So we're left with: Johnny Tambourine / A grumpy robot machine / And Saul Malone, the de facto leader of the team / And now he's: Saul of the Mole Men / Saul of the Mole Men / Saul of the Mole Men.
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Saul of the Mole Men
Performed by Trey Parker
Lyrics by Craig Lewis
Music by Tim Burns
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Unique and sometimes amazing (and occasionally dumb)
12 February 2008 | by kreniighSee all my reviews

Sometimes a show comes along that's so different from anything else, so warped in all of its details, that it only finds a niche audience and is rejected out of hand by a lot of people who just don't get it. Invader Zim was one such show, and Saul of the Mole Men is another.

The intentional low-budget cheesiness is a huge part of the show's charm and humor. It may take a while to get used to the blue-screen, computer background style, but once you get used to it, it's gorgeous -- the scenes with the fire people, and the flood scene, are amazing.

The plot clips along at a fast pace, the weirdness is unrelenting, and most of all, it's not just the same old tired jokes and routines. Yeah, there's a certain level of lowbrow humor, but everything else more than makes up for it. I hope this gets released on DVD, or better yet, brought back for a new season. For everyone who says it's just stupid and that no one should like it, go back to watching Everyone Loves Raymond or something equally as tired and predictable, and leave Saul alone.

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