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Encyclopedia > The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius

The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius is a spin-off of the Oscar-nominated computer-animated movie; Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, first officially aired in September 2002. This is also the first computer-animated Nicktoon. The series is animated by DNA Productions in Dallas, Texas, as was the movie. A television movie, Win, Lose and Kaboom, formerly named You Bet Your Life Form, aired on Nickelodeon USA in early July 2004.


The show is about a kid inventor named James Isaac Neutron (voiced by Debi Derryberry) who gets in and out of trouble by inventing far-out gadgets. Especially notable is the fact that the "brainy nerd" is the hero. His main catchphrase seems to be "Brain Blast!", which usually comes after Jimmy comes up with an idea, accompanied by a visual of the activity in his brain.

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Characters

Besides the title character, the show's characters (and their voice actors) include:

  • Hugh Beaumont Neutron, Jimmy's father. Somewhat oblivious and childish. Voiced by Mark DeCarlo.
  • Judy Neutron, Jimmy's mother. Voiced by Megan Cavanagh.
  • Goddard, Jimmy's robotic dog, equal parts tool and friend. Voiced by Frank Welker.
  • Carlton "Carl" Ulysses Wheezer, Jimmy's neurotic, llama-loving friend. According to canon, Carl was born in 1991. Carl is known as nervous, timid and suffering from hypochondria; at times, he tries to overcome these personality traits in order to appear "cooler" around Jimmy and mutual friend Sheen Estevez. When his parents expanded their cable lineup, Carl found himself focusing on a channel devoted to llamas; he has adored them ever since, going so far as to join a fan club, the Llama Love Society. Voiced by Rob Paulsen.
  • Sheen Juarerra Estevez, Jimmy's hyperactive friend, is twelve years old, making him two years older than Jimmy and Carl. The three are in the same school grade because Sheen was held back. Sheen's wardrobe largely consists of a blue t-shirt and jeans. The t-shirt depicts UltraLord, a popular superhero within the show. Sheen is of Mexican ethnicity, but does not have a noticeable accent. The name "Sheen Estevez" appears to be a reference to the Estevez family of actors — specifically the two members, Ramón and Carlos, who changed their names (to Martin and Charlie Sheen, respectively). Voiced by Jeffrey Garcia, who also won an Annie award for the role.
  • Cynthia "Cindy" Aurora Vortex, Jimmy's rival. Has shown obvious but reluctant friendship toward Jimmy. Voiced by Carolyn Lawrence.
  • Liberty "Libby" Danielle Folfax, Cindy's best friend. Somewhat intellectual, and obsessed with electronic gadgets. Voiced by Crystal Scales.
  • Ms. Winifred Fowl, 5th grade teacher at Retroville's middle school. Voiced by Andrea Martin.
  • Nick Dean, the "cool" kid at school, of Latino descent. Voiced by Candi Milo.

Guest characters

Guest characters in The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius are listed below:

  • Amber (Debi Derryberry; seldom appears)
  • Barbarino (Jeff Bennett; appears in episode A Beautiful Mine)
  • Beautiful Gorgeous, the femme fatale (Wendie Malick; appears in episode Operation: Rescue Jet Fusion)
  • Betty Quinlan, who also seems to have a crush on Jimmy (Kath Soucie; seldom appears)
  • Bolbi Stroganovsky (Phil LaMarr; appears in episode Jimmy For President et al)
  • Britney (Candi Milo; seldom appears)
  • Brobot (Paul Greenberg; appears in the episode of the same name)
  • Butch (Rob Paulsen; seldom appears)
  • Captain Betty (Jim Cummings; appears in Monster Hunt)
  • Chip (Rob Paulsen; appears in episode A Beautiful Mine)
  • Chuck Lestor (Crystal Scales; appears in episode Hall Monster)
  • Clark (Mark DeCarlo; appears in episode The Retroville 9)
  • Coach Gruber (James Belushi; seldom appears)
  • Commander Baker (Michael Clarke Duncan; appears in episode Operation: Rescue Jet Fusion)
  • "Cool" Hugh (Peter Frampton; appears in episode Make Room for Daddy-O)
  • Corky Shimazu (Billy West; appears in episode Make Room for Daddy-O)
  • Dr. Dark/The Pizza Monster (Corey Burton; appears in episode Sleepless in Retroville)
  • Elves (appear in episode Holly Jolly Jimmy)
  • Emily (Debi Derryberry; appears in episode Love Potion #976/J)
  • General Ernest Abercrombie (Mark DeCarlo; appears in episode Substitute Creature)
  • Giggles the Clown (Ben Stein; appears in episode Hypno-Birthday to You)
  • Gortox the Irritable (Jim Cummings; appears in episode The Junkman Cometh)
  • Granny Neutron (Phyllis Diller; appears in episode Granny Baby... this is her second one-shot role as a main character's elder relative, after playing Grandpa's Sister in an ep of Hey Arnold!)
  • Gretchen (Megan Cavanagh; appears in episode The Retroville 9)
  • Gus (Rob Paulsen; appears in episode Normal Boy)
  • Hilgo (Megan Cavanagh; appears in episode Time Is Money)
  • Ike (Crystal Scales; appears in episode Operation: Rescue Jet Fusion, Part 1)
  • Japanese Announcer (Michael Hagiwara; appears in episode The Retroville 9)
  • Jensen (Mark DeCarlo; appears in episode Maximum Hugh)
  • Jet Fusion (Christian Slater; appears in episode Operation: Rescue Jet Fusion)
  • Jimmy Clones (appear in episode Send in the Clones)
  • Junkman (Charlie Adler; appears in episode The Junkman Cometh)
  • King Goobot, the Yokian King (in the original film Patrick Stewart of Star Trek: The Next Generation fame, in the series S. Scott Bullock; seldom appears)
  • Lance (Billy West; appears in episode The Retroville 9)
  • Libby's little brother (Crystal Scales; appears in episode Make Room for Daddy-O)
  • Lou (Billy West; appears in episode Holly Jolly Jimmy)
  • Lucky Joe (Billy West; appears in episode When Pants Attack)
  • Maggie (Crystal Scales; appears in episode Birth of a Salesman)
  • Masseuses (Megan Cavanagh; appear in episode MaternoTron Knows Best)
  • MaternoTron (Megan Cavanagh; appears in episode MaternoTron Knows Best)
  • Max (Tom Kenny; appears in episode Maximum Hugh)
  • Mayor of Retroville (Jim Cummings; appears in episode Monster Hunt)
  • Mayor Quadar (Mark DeCarlo; appears in episode Normal Boy)
  • Mombot (Grey Delisle; appears in episode Brobot)
  • Monks (appear in episode Operation: Rescue Jet Fusion, Part 2)
  • Mr. Moodini (Tom Kenny; appears in episode Maximum Hugh)
  • Mr. Vortex (Mark DeCarlo; appears in episode Make Room for Daddy-O)
  • Mr. Wheezer (Rob Paulsen; seldom appears)
  • Mr. Wuggles, Carl's hamster (Frank Welker; appears in episode My Son, the Hamster)
  • Mrs. Folfax (Crystal Scales; appears in episode Journey to the Center of Carl)
  • Mrs. Vortex (Megan Cavanagh; seldom appears)
  • Ms. Jingle Bells (Megan Cavanagh; appears in episode Operation: Rescue Jet Fusion, Part 1)
  • Mummies (appear in episode Beach Party Mummy)
  • Nanobots (Daran Norris and Tom Kenny; appear in episode Safety First)
  • Nathan (Jeffrey Garcia; appears in episode The Retroville 9)
  • Nissa (Debi Derryberry; appears in episode See Jimmy Run)
  • Octopus Man (Mark DeCarlo; appears in episode Nightmare in Retroville)
  • Officer Tubbs (Frank Welker; appears in episode Holly Jolly Jimmy)
  • Old Carl (Rob Paulsen; appears in episode Granny Baby)
  • Old Lady Nusbaum (Megan Cavanagh; appears in episode Normal Boy)
  • Oleander (Rob Paulsen; appears in episode Hall Monster)
  • Ooblar (in the original film Martin Short, in the series Paul Greenberg; seldom appears)
  • Ozzie (Crystal Scales; appears in episode The Retroville 9)
  • Phantoms (appear in episode Phantom of Retroland)
  • Police Chief (Ving Rhames; appears in episode Operation: Rescue Jet Fusion)
  • Popbot (Jim Cummings; appears in episode Brobot)
  • Poultra (seldom appears)
  • Principal William S. Willoughby (Rob Paulsen; seldom appears)
  • Princess Guan Qi "Peggy" Tsu (Ming-Na; appears in episode The Great Egg Heist)
  • Professor Crank (Dan Castellaneta; appears in episode Operation: Rescue Jet Fusion)
  • Professor Finbarr Calamitous (Tim Curry; appears in episode Professor Calamitous, I Presume)
  • Rayburn, the holographic butler (Corey Burton; appears in episode Aaughh!! Wilderness!!)
  • Robo-Fiend (Rob Paulsen; appears in episode Ultra Sheen)
  • Sam (Billy West; seldom appears)
  • Santa Claus (Mel Brooks; appears in Holly Jolly Jimmy)
  • Sasha Vortex (Megan Cavanagh; appears in episode Maximum Hugh)
  • Sheezicks (Mark DeCarlo; appears in episode Maximum Hugh)
  • Snappy, Carl's turtle (appears in episode Monster Hunt)
  • Swimmy, Carl's goldfish (appears in episode Beach Party Mummy)
  • Tee (Kevin Michael Richardson; appears in episode A Beautiful Mine)
  • Terry Finster (Candi Milo; appears in episode Safety First)
  • Thomas Edison (Rob Paulsen; appears in episode The Big Pinch)
  • Tina Sue (Carolyn Lawrence; appears in episode Operation: Rescue Jet Fusion, Part 1)
  • Tremendous Jackson (Kevin Michael Richardson; appears in episode The Retroville 9)
  • UltraLord (Jim Cummings; seldom appears)
  • VOX (Megan Cavanagh; seldom appears)
  • Wendell (Frank Welker; appears in episode Make Room for Daddy-O)
  • Willy Loman 3000 (Tom Kenny; appears in episode Birth of a Salesman)
  • Yentil Marmelstein (Debi Derryberry; appears in episode Journey to the Center of Carl)
  • Zia (Maurice LaMarche; appears in episode A Beautiful Mine)

Episodes

Season 1

  • Unaired Pilot: Runaway Rocketboy!
  • When Pants Attack
  • Normal Boy / Birth of a Salesman
  • Brobot / The Big Pinch
  • Granny Baby / Time Is Money
  • Raise the Oozy Scab / I Dream of Jimmy
  • Jimmy On Ice / Battle Of The Band
  • See Jimmy Run / Trading Faces
  • Phantom of Retroland / My Son, the Hamster
  • Hall Monster / Hypno-Birthday to You
  • Krunch Time / Substitute Creature
  • Safety First / Crime Sheen Investigation
  • Journey to the Center of Carl / Aaughh!! Wilderness!!
  • Ultra Sheen / Party at Neutron's
  • Broadcast Blues / Professor Calamitous, I Presume
  • The Egg-Pire Strikes Back (one hour)
  • Maximum Hugh / Sleepless in Retroville
  • Make Room for Daddy-O
  • A Beautiful Mine
  • Sorry, Wrong Era

Season 2

  • Beach Party Mummy
  • The Retroville 9 / Grumpy Young Men
  • Operation: Rescue Jet Fusion (one hour)
  • Nightmare in Retroville
  • Monster Hunt / Jimmy For President
  • Return of the Nanobots
  • Holly Jolly Jimmy
  • Love Potion #976/J
  • Sheen's Brain
  • MaternoTron Knows Best / Send in the Clones
  • The Great Egg Heist / The Feud
  • Out, Darn Spotlight
  • The Junkman Cometh
  • Foul Bull / The Science Fair Affair
  • Men at Work
  • Billion Dollar Boy / The Mighty Wheezers
  • Attack of the Twonkies (one hour)

Season 3

  • Win, Lose, and Kaboom! (1 1/2 hours)
  • The Tomorrow Boys
  • Fundemonium
  • Lights, Camera, Danger! (first aired November 27, 2004)
  • Clash of the Cousins
  • Who's Your Mommy?
  • Stranded
  • Jimmy Goes to College
  • Incredible Shrinking Town
  • Crouching Jimmy, Hidden Sheen
  • One of Us
  • Vanishing Act
  • The Trouble with Clones
  • Carl Wheezer, Boy Genius
  • The Evil Beneath
  • The N Men (first aired November 27, 2004)
  • Who Framed Jimmy
  • Flippy
  • King of Mars
  • Best in Show
  • El Magnifico
  • My Big Fat Spy Wedding
  • How to Sink a Sub
  • Lady Sings the News
  • League of Villains

DVDs and Video

External links

  • The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0320808/) at the Internet Movie Database
  • TV Tome: Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (http://www.tvtome.com/tvtome/servlet/ShowMainServlet/showid-6566/)
  • The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (http://www.bcdb.com/cartoons/Other_Studios/D/DNA_Productions__Inc_/The_Adventures_of_Jimmy_Neutron__Boy_Genius/index.html) at the Big Cartoon DataBase
  • JN area on nick.com (http://www.nick.com/all_nick/tv_supersites/display_show.jhtml?show_id=jim)

  Results from FactBites:
 
The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (3235 words)
The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, formerly Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, is an American animated television series, and spin-off of the Oscar-nominated computer-animated movie, Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius.
Jimmy typically has a "Brain Blast" once an episode, usually at his climax of the story when all other ideas have failed, and it is accompanied by a display of his ideas floating within the inner workings of his brain.
Jimmy Neutron has a high IQ level of somewhere in between 210 and 214.
Games : Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius, The (GCN) (398 words)
As in the movie, Jimmy, faithful robot dog Goddard, best pal Carl and the other kids of Retroville must save their parents from the evil clutches of King Goobot and the gooey egg people known as Yokians.
Jimmy's trip takes him to an asteroid orbiting Yolkus Prime and then to the surface of the forbidden planet itself.
The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius is another in a seemingly endless stream of THQ games starring Nickelodeon characters.
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