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The Adventures of Figaro Pho 

Everyone of us has got at least one irrational fear ... in the case of Figaro Pho, he has them all. The Adventures of Figaro Pho is a series about a warm-hearted, adorable, quirky and ... See full summary »
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2012   Unknown  
3 wins & 2 nominations. See more awards »

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Luke Jurevicius ...  Boris / ... 39 episodes, 2012
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Everyone of us has got at least one irrational fear ... in the case of Figaro Pho, he has them all. The Adventures of Figaro Pho is a series about a warm-hearted, adorable, quirky and mischievous character ... who just happens to be afflicted with every phobia imaginable. He's afraid of vampires, toilets, mad dogs, aliens, and being stared at by a duck! He's also petrified of being alone, and so Figaro has created a mechanical companion - a dog-like robot he calls Rivet. Written by Anonymous

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TV-Y7 | See all certifications »

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Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 October 2012 (Australia) See more »

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Stereo

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16:9 HD
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Good show to enjoy in small increments
23 November 2015 | by timmy_is_flySee all my reviews

I'm giving it a 10/10 just because I think the overall grade (which his currently an 8) should be an 8.5. The show's about conquering phobias, and each episode contains a different phobia for the protagonist to overcome. It's similar in a way to Courage The Cowardly Dog in the sense that the main character is a bit of a wimp, but is nonetheless forced to face his daunting fears.

I would watch this every now and then in-between shows, and I grew to like it. It isn't incredibly fleshed out, but it doesn't really try to be,as it's just bite-sized entertainment that should be enjoyed in such a way. The animation is good; good models and textures, smooth animation, and good lighting/stages. I haven't watched the 2015 version, which is longer and more fleshed out, but this version in itself is entertaining to watch (and award-winning).

Overall, a good Tim Burton-esque show to watch in small increments.


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