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KaBlam!

June & Henry and the KaBlam! logo
Format Animated Variety show
Starring Various voice actors
Country of origin Flag of the United States United States
No. of episodes 47 (List of episodes)
Production
Running time 30 minutes per episode (including commercials)
Broadcast
Original channel Nickelodeon
Original run 19962000
External links
IMDb profile
TV.com summary

KaBlam! is an American animated television series that ran on Nickelodeon from 1996 to 2000. It features a collection of short films in several different styles of animation, bridged by the characters of Henry and June, who introduce the shorts, and have adventures of their own. It also was shown in the United Kingdom from 1997–2000, and in Poland from 1999–2002. It currently airs on Australia's Nickelodeon affiliate. The show is also currently broadcast in France on television channel GameOne (see Télévision Par Satellite), in a French-dubbed version and on other Nickelodeon channels around Europe. Image File history File links Broom_icon. ... Image File history File links Broom_icon. ... Image File history File links KABLAM!.jpg Summary An image of Henry & June from Nickelodeons animation anthology series KaBlam!. Source: [1] Licensing This is a copyrighted image that has been released by a company or organization to promote their work or product in the media, such as advertising material... The bouncing ball animation (below) consists of these 6 frames. ... A variety show is a show with a variety of acts, often including music and comedy skits, especially on television. ... A voice actor (or voice artist) is a person who provides voices for computer and video games, puppet shows, amusement rides, audio dramas, dubbed foreign language films, stop motion, and animation works (including cartoons, animated feature films, animated shorts), and radio and television commercials. ... Image File history File links This is a lossless scalable vector image. ... This is a complete listing of episodes from the Nickelodeon animated television series KaBlam! // Episodes 47 half-hour episodes were produced: Season 1 (1996) All Purpose KaBlam! Built for Speed Comics for Tomorrow Today Comics of Champions Its Flavorific KaBlam! Gets Results A Little Dabll Do Ya Untitled... This article is about the TV channel. ... Year 1996 (MCMXCVI) was a leap year starting on Monday (link will display full 1996 Gregorian calendar). ... Year 2000 (MM) was a leap year starting on Saturday (link will display full 2000 Gregorian calendar). ... . ... This article is about the TV channel. ... Year 1996 (MCMXCVI) was a leap year starting on Monday (link will display full 1996 Gregorian calendar). ... Year 2000 (MM) was a leap year starting on Saturday (link will display full 2000 Gregorian calendar). ... The bouncing ball animation (below) consists of these 6 frames. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ...

Contents

Regular KaBlam! shorts

All these shorts appear once per each episode, save Sniz and Fondue and The Off-Beats, which occasionally were replaced by other (usually minor) shorts. Sniz and Fondue was a series of animated shorts originally appearing on the first two seasons of Nickelodeons cartoon shorts collection Kablam! starring two rodent brothers: namely, Sniz (hyperactive, with a green mohawk and a red nose) and Fondue (often nervous, usually wearing a blue chef hat). ... The Off-Beats was a series of animated shorts appearing on the Nickolodeon television series KaBlam!, featuring the lives of a clique of nerdy individuals, each having their own quirks. ...

  • Henry and June — The animated hosts of KaBlam! who turn the pages of a comic book to reveal the next cartoon, as well as featuring in cartoons themselves. They appear to be named after Henry Miller and June Miller.
  • Sniz and Fondue — A pair of ferrets, who often get on each other's nerves, but are ultimately united as brothers.
  • Action League Now! — Filmed in "Chuckimation", in which the characters/props are moved by unseen hands, or thrown from off camera, interspersed with occasional stop motion animation. Action League Now! featured a group of superheroes, played by custom-made action figures, who fight crime in suburbia despite being total idiots. The four superheroes are The Flesh, described in the Action League Now! introduction as "super-strong and super-naked"; ThunderGirl, who has the ability to fly "like thunder"; Stinky Diver, whose name derives from the fact that most of his diving takes place in toilets and has a foul odor; and Meltman, who has the ability to melt. Considered to be the most successful KaBlam! short, it briefly became a spin-off series in 2001. All the characters on the shorts were voiced by personalities from radio station WDVE in Pittsburgh.
  • Life with Loopy — Followed the life of twelve-year-old Larry and his strange experiences with his imaginative and adventurous younger sister, Loopy. The characters were animated with stop-motion puppet bodies, but their heads were created with flat cardboard heads.
  • Prometheus and Bob — A Claymation/Stop motion segment featuring the camera-recorded mission logs of Prometheus, an alien who comes to Earth attempting to teach the local caveman, Bob, all manner of things. From the use of fire to the act of ice skating, the result is usually a failure by the mischievous third cast member who was a simple monkey.
  • The Off-Beats — A group of unpopular friends who deal with problems caused by many different characters, including a popular clique, "The Populars."

A comic book is a magazine or book containing the art form of comics. ... For the band, see Cartoons (band). ... Henry Miller photo taken by Carl Van Vechten, 1940 Henry Valentine Miller (December 26, 1891 – June 7, 1980) was an American writer and, to a lesser extent, painter. ... June Miller June Mansfield Miller (January 28th, 1902–???) was the notorious and mysterious second wife of Henry Miller. ... Sniz and Fondue was a series of animated shorts originally appearing on the first two seasons of Nickelodeons cartoon shorts collection Kablam! starring two rodent brothers: namely, Sniz (hyperactive, with a green mohawk and a red nose) and Fondue (often nervous, usually wearing a blue chef hat). ... Action League Now! was a television series that was originally part of All That and KaBlam! on Nickelodeon, and was later spun off into its own show. ... There are very few or no other articles that link to this one. ... Stop motion is an animation technique which makes things that are static appear to be moving. ... For other uses, see Superhero (disambiguation). ... Zarbon action figure from Dragon Ball Z made by Bandai An action figure is a posable plastic figurine of a character, often from a movie, comic book, video game, or television program. ... “Suburbia” redirects here. ... “Nude” redirects here. ... For other uses, see Toilet (disambiguation). ... Year 2001 (MMI) was a common year starting on Monday (link displays the 2001 Gregorian calendar). ... WDVE is an FM radio station in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA at 102. ... Pittsburgh redirects here. ... Life with Loopy is a series of stop motion animated shorts featured on the childrens television series KaBlam!. It was created and produced by (W)Holesome Products Inc. ... Cardboard is a generic non-specific term for a heavy duty paper based product. ... Prometheus and Bob is a claymation show on the Nickelodeon show KaBlam!. Prometheus is an advanced alien who has come to Earth in an attempt to teach a very dumb caveman, Bob. ... Clay animation is one of many forms of stop motion animation; specifically, it is the form where each animated piece, either character or background, is deformable, i. ... Stop motion is an animation technique which makes things that are static appear to be moving. ... For other uses, see Fire (disambiguation). ... Outdoor ice skating in Austria Ice skating is travelling on ice with skates, narrow (and sometimes parabolic) blade-like devices moulded into special boots (or, more primitively, without boots, tied to regular footwear). ... The Off-Beats was a series of animated shorts appearing on the Nickolodeon television series KaBlam!, featuring the lives of a clique of nerdy individuals, each having their own quirks. ...

Minor KaBlam! shorts

  • Surprising Shorts — The only short that didn't have recurring characters, these shorts usually had nothing to do with any previous shorts inluded on the show. Includes shorts such as the Lava series, Garbage Boy, Emmitt Freedy, and Stewy the Dogboy', which became Disney's Teacher's Pet, among several others. This segment was usually introduced by June pulling down Henry's pants, revealing his unflattering and garishly colored boxer shorts.
  • Angela Anaconda — A cutout-photo cartoon that was later spunoff into its own series on the Fox Family Channel, in the US. This series is about a girl named Angela who, along with her two friends, are social outcasts. They find themselves unpopular in school, and always seem to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Nanette, a fake-French girl who everyone loves and wants to be, always mocks Angela. During each episode, a poem-like story is narrated by Angela. She often gets her revenge on the antagonist of that particular episode.
  • JetCat — A segment about a girl who has an identity as a cat superhero and flies around, saves her city, or what she says she "flies like a jet and fights like a cat." This is the only short that takes place outside of the comic book. It was featured as a comic in Nickelodeon Magazine for a short time.
  • Race Rabbit — A live-action show about a romantic rabbit racer who competes in races but there is usually trouble along the way caused by the Boolies, who are his human enemies. Race always wins the race, foiling the Boolies' plans along the way.
  • Patchhead — This segment is about a barefoot kid with a watermelon for a hat, and she stops cheaters from winning competitions.
  • The Brothers Tiki — A claymation segment about two extra-terrestrials resembling vegetables, who come to earth in a ship bearing a striking resemblance to a barbecue grill.
  • Fuzzball — A non-recurring cartoon about a girl who tries to re-win her dad's trophy which she broke.
  • The Louie and Louie Show — A cartoon that appears in one episode. Two neglected pets (a hamster and a lizard) try to get some attenion from their owners. This short was animated by Gary Baseman.
  • The Little Freaks — A cartoon that appears in one episode. Three freaky superheroes try to stop a villain from controlling the world's fashion.
  • Untalkative Bunny — Featured the uncomfortable life-situations encountered by a rabbit who is simply unable to speak. Later became a series on a Canadian animation-oriented network.
  • Anemia and Iodine — A cartoon displaying the misadventures of a depressed gothic older sister and her skateboarding, hyperactive younger brother.

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Secondary Plot

In addition to the shorts on the show, it also carried its own subplots, usually involving the hosts, Henry and June. In a memorable episode, the show's "crew" strikes, and submits a list of demands, including "Tangy Buffalo Wings".


KaBlam! on the big screen

  • A live-action Prometheus and Bob film was announced in 1998 to be directed by Harold Zwart and produced by Amy Heckerling, but apparently fell through due to lack of interest.
  • The episode of Action League Now! with KISS guest-starring was shown in theaters before the Nickelodeon film Good Burger.
  • Angela Anaconda appeared at the beginning of the U.S. theatrical release of Digimon: The Movie.

Prometheus and Bob is a claymation show on the Nickelodeon show KaBlam!. Prometheus is an advanced alien who has come to Earth in an attempt to teach a very dumb caveman, Bob. ... Amy Heckerling (born May 7, 1954) is an American film director, one of the few women directors to have produced multiple box-office hits. ... Action League Now! was a television series that was originally part of All That and KaBlam! on Nickelodeon, and was later spun off into its own show. ... Good Burger is a 1997 comedy film from Paramount Pictures thats directed by Adrienne Bailon and starring Arnold & Gerald from Hey Arnold!, Sinbad, Shar Jackson, Abe Vigoda, and Jan Schweiterman. ... Ḍ Angela Anaconda is a cutout animation cartoon from Canada that aired on the Fox Family Channel (now called ABC Family) in the U.S. It revolves around an eight-year-old girl named Angela who has wacky brothers, weird friends, and hates a fake-French girl named Nanette Manoir. ...

Regular KaBlam! Characters

Henry & June

  • Henry — Henry is the energetic male host of KaBlam! He tends to behave foolishly, and believes that he looks good shirtless. He is more laid back than June, and seems to be disaster-prone, especially around Mr. Foot. He was voiced by Noah Segan.
  • June — June is the show's more practical co-host. She has a sarcastic personality, and enthusiasm for her job. She has a tendency to find Henry's dilemmas quite humorous. She is rarely injured. She was voiced by Julia McIlvaine.
  • Mr. Foot — Mr. Foot is a giant, ignorant Sasquatch who works on the show. His hobbies include sleeping, injuring Henry, and unexpectedly stealing the spotlight. However, under the rage and bluster, he is not a terrible creature. He never injures June. In one episode, he is revealed to be an accomplished drummer.
  • Mr. Stockdale — The elderly network executive in charge of KaBlam!. He acts rather senile, and will do anything to get KaBlam! good ratings -- including firing someone or getting Henry into lots of physical accidents. He seems to be a parody of Admiral James Stockdale.
  • Henry's Mom — She appeared twice and was mentioned another time. She shows her love for her son in an exaggerated way.
  • Mr. McGee — He appeared twice as a co-host of June on KaBlam!. He gets in fights with Henry's mom.

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Sniz and Fondue

  • Sniz — Sniz is a crazy little rodent who gets himself into trouble on a daily basis. Luckily, Fondue has ways to bail Sniz and himself out of ordeals. His hairstyle is always a green Mohawk. He was voiced by Rick Gomez.
  • Fondue — Fondue is a frustrated, but intelligent teenage rodent who is also Sniz's brother. Like Sniz, Fondue has strange dialogue. Unlike Sniz, Fondue wears a sacred blue chef hat.
  • Snuppa — The roommate of Sniz, Fondue, and Bianca. He is a late-teen rodent, older than Sniz and Fondue, and he is Bianca's boyfriend. He was voiced by John Walsh. [1]
  • Bianca — The roommate of Sniz, Fondue, and Snuppa; she is also Snuppa's girlfriend. She is a teenage rodent, about the same age as Snuppa, who has a big, clownish, blond hairstyle. She was voiced by Monica Lee Gradischek.

Sniz and Fondue was a series of animated shorts originally appearing on the first two seasons of Nickelodeons cartoon shorts collection Kablam! starring two rodent brothers: namely, Sniz (hyperactive, with a green mohawk and a red nose) and Fondue (often nervous, usually wearing a blue chef hat). ... Richard Harper Rick Gomez (born June 1, c. ... Monica Lee Gradischek, a 1994 graduate of NYU is an American voice actress in animation, commercials, and video games as well as performing arts. ...

Action League Now!

  • The Flesh — A blond, muscular, dim-witted bodybuilder who goes without clothes. He usually gets in the way when the Action League is trying to save the day, but he nevertheless fits perfectly with the team. His catch phrase is "Ouchies." The figure used in the show is actually a modified Conan the Adventurer figure. He seems to have an eerily accurate sense of direction. He was voiced by Jim Krenn.
  • Thundergirl — Thundergirl has the power to fly. She is usually seen flying around the city trying to find the Mayor, or any other bad guy causing trouble. Whenever in flight she'd immediately sing "Thundergirrrrllll, flies like thunderrrr", (although thunder does not fly) and is sometimes heard humming the tune. Thundergirl does not appreciate Meltman's crush on her, and usually whacks him in the face following his professions of love. The figure used is a Sindy doll's head on a superhero action figure body, and may be a tribute to Storm. She was voiced by Cris Winter.
  • Stinky Diver — A mustachioed diver who is often seen diving into toilets. He was once a member of the Navy. He speaks with an English-type accent and of course, has a foul odor. He has a beach house, which is actually a port-a-potty located on a beach. He loves his money quite a bit, and will not let anything happen to it. He is usually found next to Meltman, one of his best friends. The character itself is a barely-modified 1994 G.I. Joe Shipwreck toy. He was voiced by Jim Krenn.
  • Barry "Meltman" Meltfarb — An action figure who is almost completely melted. Meltman has the power to melt, and is the smallest and weakest member of the Action League. He has a crush on Thundergirl, but she does not return the sentiment. Since his only power is to melt, Meltman is very unhelpful. There was a running gag in the segment where he occasionally finds his original nose, usually immediately before being severely injured. He was voiced by Scott Paulsen.
  • The Chief — The Chief hired the Action League members. He is very commanding, and will not let evil win. Without The Chief, the Action League would be nothing. His main quote is "Blast it!" and he constantly uses metaphors to describe the action. He was voiced by Victor Hart.
  • Justice — Justice is The Chief's loyal golden retriever, and probably the smartest member of the Action League. Justice makes appearances in many episodes. The dog's sounds were made by Alyssa Grahm.
  • Bill the Lab Guy — Bill the Lab Guy tries to help the Action League by testing experiements and checking if the Action League has a disease. His main quotes are, "There's nothing I can do" and "I was afraid of this!" Bill the Lab Guy tends to become very annoying to the Action League and viewers. He was voiced by Scott Paulsen.
  • Quarky the Lab Girl — Bill the Lab Guy's daughter, who is taller than he is. She once became a superheroine herself, named Super Teen.
  • The Mayor — The Mayor is the evil villain in Action League Now! He may be the mayor of the town, but he wants to take over the world. The Mayor always tries to get the Action League in danger. He was voiced by Jim Krenn.
  • Hodge Podge — The former accountant of the Action League. Due to a blender accident, and an operation from Bill the Lab Guy, he is now a mutated giant made of parts from other toys.
  • Spotzilla — The Mayor's German Shepherd. Unlike Justice, Spotzilla is an actual dog; not a toy (which is why it is considered "huge" — it's because of its size comparison to the action figure citizens and the Action League). He is often sent by the Mayor to wreak havoc.
  • Big Baby — A gigantic baby doll trying to destroy the Action League, KISS (the band), and the general public. He was voiced by Harry Connick, Jr..[2]
  • Smarty Pants — A genius villain that tried to get hidden knowledge by attacking The Flesh, after Bill the Lab Guy input this knowledge into The Flesh's brain to conceal it from villains.
  • The Narrator — He is in every episode and announces what is occurring in the episode, before and after commercial breaks.
  • Action Mobile — Not a character, but a vehicle. The Action Mobile is the League's main mode of transportation. It is a radio controlled red monster truck police car. When the Action League is behind the wheel, they often (inadvertedly) run over others.

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Trivia

In 2001, during Action League Now's Spin Off from Kablam!, The Flesh, Thunder Girl, Meltman & Stinky Diver were made as five BK Big Kid's meal toys, even though they were packed as one toy.


The theme song for KaBlam! is performed by the band "Moon Ska Stompers". The song is "Two Tone Army" which is originally by The Toasters. The Toasters are a third wave ska band from New York formed in 1981 by Robert Bucket Hingley. ...


During the theme song, Godzilla briefly appears. This article is about the character itself. ...


KaBlam! characters

Life with Loopy

  • Loopecia "Loopy" Cooper — Loopy is an imaginative, crazy little girl with a knack for discovering surreal things, such as a world under the sofa. While she is often discouraged by Larry whenever she goes out to adventure, she does not let that stop her.
  • Larry Cooper — Larry is Loopy's intelligent brother. Much like Lassie, Larry knows every detail of Loopy's adventures, although he is almost never there.
  • Those Two Paper-Bag Guys — These two almost always show up on Life With Loopy at one point or another, each time as different people; "helping" Loopy with her latest escapade. Loopy does not appear to recognize them from episode to episode.
  • Other PeopleLife With Loopy occasionally has various live-action interlopers.
  • Loopy and Larry's Parents — They are Loopy and Larry's parents. They seem like caricatures of parents from 1950s sitcoms.

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Prometheus and Bob

  • Prometheus — Prometheus is a gaunt purple extra-terrestrial, of advanced intelligence. He attempts to educate Bob, a nimrod caveman, as an experiment recorded on his remote-controlled camera. Prometheus is often injured due to Bob's low IQ.
  • Bob — Bob is a babbling caveman. He once was completely covered in hair, but now has none because of a laser incident in the first clip.
  • Monkey — Monkey is a small chimpanzee with many different roles, sometimes helping Prometheus, other times making his life miserable. Monkey usually tried to mess up or distract Bob.
  • Animals — There are animals that occasionally appear. Most are one-timers, but one appeared twice, which was a prehistoric pet dog. Another was an orca who appeared in ice skating, which tried to tug Bob in and treated the Monkey like a toy ball. Other animal appearances included prehistoric cattle, which Prometheus used to instruct Bob on milking. A wooly mammoth was once featured as Bob's trumpet.
  • Misc. Cavemen — These cavemen were seen when Prometheus first met Bob. Together with Bob, they attempted to procure Monkey as dinner. The plot subsequently failed.
  • The Narrator — He recites the opening to the short, and the introduction to the short's "tape", "Tape [insert number here]", and finally, "End."
  • Commander Alien - Appeared in few skits to find Prometheus, but actually gets some consequences.

Prometheus and Bob is a claymation show on the Nickelodeon show KaBlam!. Prometheus is an advanced alien who has come to Earth in an attempt to teach a very dumb caveman, Bob. ...

The Off-Beats Segments, created by Mo Willems

  • August — August is the unofficial leader of The Off-Beats. He is the one Off-Beat that desperately wants to be liked by The Populars. However, none of his inventions, such as the Suave-O-Matic 5000 or the Helicart, impress anyone.
  • Betty Anne Bongo — Betty Anne Bongo constantly plays the bongos unless she loses her glasses. She's always helping Tommy, August, and Repunzil out of a jam. She was voiced by Mischa Barton.
  • Tommy — Tommy loves his plaid coat and hat, and he loves being alone, and never goes indoors. Normally he's quiet, but he cannot handle his emotions very well, so sometimes he yells, which startles everyone, especially himself. Voiced by Mark Wagner.
  • Repunzil — Repunzil is the youngest and most excitable member of The Off-Beats. She loves everyone and everything, even if they run away. Repunzil's long hair makes it very difficult for her to wear a hat.
  • September — August's talking dog. He often runs away, and gets paid to like August, but he seems to enjoy being with the Off-Beats anyway. He was voiced by Mo Willems.
  • Grubby Groo — Grubby Groo is The Off-Beats' friend. He is the only adult in the world who realizes that The Populars are really mean kids, despite the Populars always pretending to be nice when Grubby is around. Like September, he was also voiced by Mo Willems.
  • Tina — Tina is the leader of the Populars, who rules them with an iron fist. If any of the Off-Beats start thinking that they are cool, Tina's always around to set them straight.
  • The Populars — The popular group at school that always travels in a clump. They are led by Tina (see above).

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Minor KaBlam! Characters

Angela Anaconda Segments

  • Angela Anaconda — This imaginative young girl looks average on the surface, but is in fact quite special and unique. Angela tries very hard to be good by obeying her elders, and doing her homework, but sometimes her active mind can get the best of her. In her imagination, Angela is usually thinking up ways to get back at the mean Nanette Manoir.
  • Gina Lash — Gina is Angela's best friend, and the smartest kid in her class. She always beats Nanette at spelling and math, which severely annoys Nannette. Gina loves to eat anything, even cherry-flavored lip balm and the Cinnamon Swirls at Mapperson's Bakery.
  • Johnny Abatti — Angela also likes to hang out with her friend Johnny. Johnny and Angela can usually be found at Johnny's grandmother's pizza parlor.
  • Nanette Manoir — Nanette has perfect golden locks, and is never seen in a dress that is wrinkled or stained. Nanette thinks she is way better than everyone else because she lives in a large house with a built-in pool. Nanette can be very mean and very snotty, which drives Angela's overactive imagination wild. She also pretends to be French to appear "classy".
  • Gordy Rhinehart — Puny Gordy Rhinehart is one of Angela's friends. He has to use an inhaler to help him breathe. Gordy is almost as addicted to his inhaler as he is to Gina.
  • Mrs. Brinks — Mrs. Brinks is Angela's mean teacher who never realizes that Nanette "kisses-up" to her to get what she wants.

Ḍ Angela Anaconda is a cutout animation cartoon from Canada that aired on the Fox Family Channel (now called ABC Family) in the U.S. It revolves around an eight-year-old girl named Angela who has wacky brothers, weird friends, and hates a fake-French girl named Nanette Manoir. ... Ḍ Angela Anaconda is a cutout animation cartoon from Canada that aired on the Fox Family Channel (now called ABC Family) in the U.S. It revolves around an eight-year-old girl named Angela who has wacky brothers, weird friends, and hates a fake-French girl named Nanette Manoir. ... Ḍ Angela Anaconda is a cutout animation cartoon from Canada that aired on the Fox Family Channel (now called ABC Family) in the U.S. It revolves around an eight-year-old girl named Angela who has wacky brothers, weird friends, and hates a fake-French girl named Nanette Manoir. ... Ḍ Angela Anaconda is a cutout animation cartoon from Canada that aired on the Fox Family Channel (now called ABC Family) in the U.S. It revolves around an eight-year-old girl named Angela who has wacky brothers, weird friends, and hates a fake-French girl named Nanette Manoir. ... Ḍ Angela Anaconda is a cutout animation cartoon from Canada that aired on the Fox Family Channel (now called ABC Family) in the U.S. It revolves around an eight-year-old girl named Angela who has wacky brothers, weird friends, and hates a fake-French girl named Nanette Manoir. ... Ḍ Angela Anaconda is a cutout animation cartoon from Canada that aired on the Fox Family Channel (now called ABC Family) in the U.S. It revolves around an eight-year-old girl named Angela who has wacky brothers, weird friends, and hates a fake-French girl named Nanette Manoir. ...

JetCat Segments

  • JetCat — She is a girl named Jenny that also saves the day by being JetCat, a cat superhero. People know both her as a normal person and her as Jetcat, but the people think of Jenny and JetCat as separate people.
  • Todd Johnson — He is Jetcat's best friend and only person who knows about her secret identity. He often needs to be rescued.

Binomial name Felis catus Linnaeus, 1758 Synonyms Felis lybica invalid junior synonym The cat (or domestic cat, house cat) is a small carnivorous mammal. ...

Race Rabbit Segments

  • Race Rabbit — A bunny that is a racer. He will also help anybody in need, yet he always wins, even with the Boolies trying to catch him.
  • The Boolies — They are two people that are the bad guys. One is the leader of the duo, who wants to catch and stuff Race Rabbit. The other is the sidekick who loves drinking tea. They always lose.
  • Max — Max is the talking computer built into Race's car. She speaks with a British accent.

Anemia & Iodine Segments

  • Anemia — Gothic girl who wants to find the ghost cat.
  • Iodine — Her skateboarding, hyper brother.
  • Anemia's Cat — Finds the ghost cat.

Episode guide

For a complete listing of episodes, see List of KaBlam! episodes. This is a complete listing of episodes from the Nickelodeon animated television series KaBlam! // Episodes 47 half-hour episodes were produced: Season 1 (1996) All Purpose KaBlam! Built for Speed Comics for Tomorrow Today Comics of Champions Its Flavorific KaBlam! Gets Results A Little Dabll Do Ya Untitled...


 
 

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