ArgonV wrote:Doctor Snuggles is the first thing that comes to mind, although the only things in common are a professor and a pogo stick...
Teknobo wrote:They dealt with weird topics, like cloning from a transporter machine and other things. It wasn't funny at all, however. I think it might have been called "O, Canada"?
EDIT: yeah, that was it, but I can't find any information on it. Anyone else remember it?
diamand wrote:Hi, I'm also after a show a saw many years ago, about a group of soldiers or hunters going back in time to hunt dinosuars and I think someone in the show stepped on a butterfly or some sort of bug and when they returned everyone was speaking a different language. I think it was a Twilight episode or mayby The outer Limits. Can anyone help me to find out what that show was, it's been on my mind for may years.
MrGee wrote:Looking for a link to a video I saw years ago: It was a stage play starring a ninja who would do comically ridiculous stunts by having the stage crew, dressed in black, carry him or the props around in a very obvious way. Every time he was about to do something he shouted WOOOOOSS! (rhymes with goose). Anyone?
suffer-cait wrote:MrGee wrote:Looking for a link to a video I saw years ago: It was a stage play starring a ninja who would do comically ridiculous stunts by having the stage crew, dressed in black, carry him or the props around in a very obvious way. Every time he was about to do something he shouted WOOOOOSS! (rhymes with goose). Anyone?
i can't remember what it's called but you just described an entire style of japanese theatre.
AvatarIII wrote:some series in the 90's which seemed kind of inspired by Back to the Future, and The Last Starfighter
a young man (present day) is picked up by some mad scientist in a time machine that looks a bit like a winnebego, they also later pick up some warrior/feral girl, they are chased by an evil guy in a red time travelling suit, there's also something about a weapon made of light, which is destroyed and scattered across time and space and the MCs are searching for it, and there is a twist at the end:Spoiler:the mad scientist turns out to be evil and the guy in the red suit is a time-cop type guy
ArgonV wrote:This is not for me, but for a friend
It's a movie - from the 90s - from the perspective of a news station like CNN. Aliens come to explore the Earth and leave markers at the north and south pole. Jet fighters destroy the markers left by the aliens, which pissed them of. The return with a full force and then the film ends.
Other things he remembers: In the end, the reporters show photos of their loved ones, there's only a few lead characters and it's called something general, like 'Breaking News' or something similar.
It wouldn't have been a commercial or something for Cyberworld 3D, would it?drclaw wrote:A Twilight Zone style show, presented by a CGI female robot
Jorpho wrote:It wouldn't have been a commercial or something for Cyberworld 3D, would it?drclaw wrote:A Twilight Zone style show, presented by a CGI female robot
- A malfunctioning spaceship, the protagonist has some argument with the ship AI, ...
- A CGI short about a small bot (think WALL-E crossed with a street sweeper) on a museum, where one of the displays may have been labeled "The most dangerous object"
My cow! My cow! My lovely cow!
Who will save my, who will save my lovely cow!
I'm on my way, to catch the thief!
Da da da before he turns to roast beef
interactiveagency wrote:What was the show on cartoon network about 10 years ago, little kid that's an evil genius. He's got a super annoying sister that drives him nuts but always manages to thwart his plans.
by drclaw » Wed Jan 25, 2012 7:43 am UTC
A Twilight Zone style show, presented by a CGI female robot
It wouldn't have been a commercial or something for Cyberworld 3D, would it?
No, it couldn't have been a commercial, each episode was ~30 minutes, besides, the CGI part was only at the beginning and end of the episode, the rest was live action.
krogoth wrote:The two I can't remember what are from one was an anime, they started the episode off suggesting stuff happened in the past he didn't want to drag his sisters into or something, then he's talks all pedo to a little girl and stands on his head as part of a bet then tells her her he can see up her dress or something. Then if i recall correctly he gets taken hostage or was already hostage to his teacher...
pollywog wrote:I want to learn this smile, perfect it, and then go around smiling at lesbians and freaking them out.Wikihow wrote:* Smile a lot! Give a gay girl a knowing "Hey, I'm a lesbian too!" smile.
Angua wrote:One of the Butterfly Effect movies, most likely.
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