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Darcy Rose Byrnes,
With Mr. Peabody and Sherman's WABAC time machine now public knowledge, the genius dog decides there is only one thing to be done: put on a TV talk show. So, now Peabody and Sherman host just such a program from their penthouse apartment which recounts their improbably time traveling adventures. In addition, the duo also have various guests from the past, when they are not interrupted by their building neighbors or landlord.Written by
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Wow Mr. Peabody! What a fun trip! Asteroids, the sun, Copernicus. Who knew we'd end up in all those cool places!
You're right, Sherman. And i certainly didn't planet either.
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The WABAC transports Sherman to the DreamWorks Animation logo, where he fishes in the moon and pulls up Mr Peabody. See more »
A few years earlier, the film Mr. Peabody and Sherman was released in theaters. Like all films based on segments of the 1960s Rocky and Bullwinkle show, the film flopped at the box office, even though its revenue was greater than its budget. Nevertheless, the film's positive reception was enough to inspire the creation of this TV show.
Unlike the film which uses 3D cgi, the TV show uses 2G cgi. But that's okay. Sherman here sounds younger than his 1960s counterpart but it still fits the character. There's also a bit of quirkiness on how some of the characters act but that's common to animated shows with classic cartoonish nature. When animated cartoons first hit the screen decades ago, they were originally adaptations of comic characters.
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