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Code Monkeys 

Two game developers try to survive their crazy Texas billionaire boss and his rich prissy son in 1983.


Adam De La Peña

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Series cast summary:
Adam De La Peña Adam De La Peña ...  Dave / ... 25 episodes, 2007-2008
Andy Sipes ...  Larrity / ... 25 episodes, 2007-2008
Matt Mariska Matt Mariska ...  Jerry / ... 25 episodes, 2007-2008
Gretchen McNeil Gretchen McNeil ...  Mary 25 episodes, 2007-2008
Tony Strickland Tony Strickland ...  Black Steve 24 episodes, 2007-2008
Dana Snyder ...  Todd / ... 24 episodes, 2007-2008
Lionel Tubbins Lionel Tubbins ...  Clarence / ... 24 episodes, 2007-2008
Suzanne Keilly ...  Clare 23 episodes, 2007-2008


Code Monkeys is an animated comedy about Dave and Jerry, two video game makers who have just got jobs at a company called Gameavision. What the two didn't know was that their new boss, Mr. Larrity, is crazy. Watch as Dave and Jerry go through a multitude of misadventures at their new jobs at Gameavision. Written by www.tv.com

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G4's new comedy of 8-bit proportions!


Animation | Comedy



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Release Date:

11 July 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Код - обезьяна See more »


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$1,500,000 (estimated)
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On both G4 and in its DVD release, the series lacked on-screen credits for any of the character voice actors. See more »


Todd: It's not gay if we don't make eye contact
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21 October 2007 | by PhillipJarodNelsonSee all my reviews

As a hardcore gamer geek, this show really speaks to me. I've been gaming for twenty-some years and counting, and this wonderful show is riddled with game-related jokes from start to finish. I don't expect non-gamers to appreciate it too well, but anybody that's spend a decade or two with a game controller in hand should find the show entertaining enough.

It has the silly absurdity of South Park, not to mention the vulgarity, but the cast of characters are adults working at a fictitious game development studio. The art direction is interesting because it's obviously intended to appear like a classic 8-bit video game, on a system like the NES, complete with overly-pixilated character sprites. Each episode is intended to appear as if playing some sort of weird video game, with each show beginning with a start screen and ending with a "game over" screen, and typical in-game stuff like a score or health meter appears at the top of the screen, though sometimes swapped out with other gaming oddities like items collected. The show pauses for commercial breaks.

I wouldn't recommend this show to non-gamers, but to the hundreds of millions of gamers out there, this show comes highly recommended.

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