History Trivia / KaBlam

20th Sep '16 9:49:58 PM CutieTabootie
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* RelationshipVoiceActor: In the Hungarian dub, Loopy and Larry's voice actors, Csuha Bori and Szevetlov Balázs, were also the Hungarian dubbing voices for [[Anime/SpiritedAway Chihiro and Haku]], as well as [[Film/{{Twilight}} Bella Swan and Edward Cullen]]. Csuha Bori was also in the Hungarian dub of ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'' with June's voice actress Mánya Zsófi- they were Gretchen and Spinelli respectively.
18th Aug '16 11:34:21 AM MattBoo
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* AdoredByTheNetwork: [[ScrewedByTheNetwork Averted]] with the show itself. But if you watched Nicktoons in the mid-2000s back when they still played Nicktoon shorts during commercial breaks, ''Life With Loopy'' tended to be played the most on it's own. Usually the episode "Hi-Fi Frankenstein". The ''Prometheus And Bob'' short "Bridge" was also very common (''Sniz and Fondue'' and ''Action League Now!'' were also played but not as often, especially the former. They continued to play even after the show itself was removed from Nicktoons' schedule in 2005.

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* AdoredByTheNetwork: [[ScrewedByTheNetwork Averted]] with the show itself. But if you watched Nicktoons in the mid-2000s back when they still played Nicktoon shorts during commercial breaks, ''Life With Loopy'' tended to be played the most on it's own. Usually the episode "Hi-Fi Frankenstein". The ''Prometheus And Bob'' short "Bridge" was also very common (''Sniz and Fondue'' and ''Action League Now!'' were also played but not as often, especially the former.former). They continued to play even after the show itself was removed from Nicktoons' schedule in 2005.
18th Aug '16 11:33:37 AM MattBoo
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* AdoredByTheNetwork: [[ScrewedByTheNetwork Averted]] with the show itself. But if you watched Nicktoons in the mid-2000s back when they still played Nicktoon shorts during commercial breaks, ''Life With Loopy'' tended to be played the most on it's own. Usually the episode "Hi-Fi Frankenstein". The ''Prometheus And Bob'' short "Bridge" was also very common. They continued to play even after the show itself was removed from Nicktoons' schedule in 2005.

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* AdoredByTheNetwork: [[ScrewedByTheNetwork Averted]] with the show itself. But if you watched Nicktoons in the mid-2000s back when they still played Nicktoon shorts during commercial breaks, ''Life With Loopy'' tended to be played the most on it's own. Usually the episode "Hi-Fi Frankenstein". The ''Prometheus And Bob'' short "Bridge" was also very common.common (''Sniz and Fondue'' and ''Action League Now!'' were also played but not as often, especially the former. They continued to play even after the show itself was removed from Nicktoons' schedule in 2005.
17th Aug '16 12:13:43 PM CutieTabootie
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* EditedForSyndication: Along with being cut from international airings, ''Lava'' was also cut from all reruns after 2000, as it was the only short where Nickelodeon didn't own the rights to (most of the episodes that ''Lava'' appeared in were skipped on Nicktoons in the US, except for "Comics For Tomorrow Today!", which kept the short in).

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* EditedForSyndication: Along with being cut from international airings, ''Lava'' was also cut from all reruns after 2000, as it was the only short where Nickelodeon didn't own the rights to (most of the episodes that ''Lava'' appeared in were skipped on Nicktoons in the US, except for "Comics For Tomorrow Today!", which kept cut the short in).[[ClumsyCopyrightCensorship but forgot to cut the short's credits]]).
17th Aug '16 12:11:27 PM CutieTabootie
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* AdoredByTheNetwork: [[ScrewedByTheNetwork Averted]] with the show itself. But if you watched Nicktoons in the mid-2000s back when they still played Nicktoon shorts during commercial breaks, ''Life With Loopy'' tended to be played the most on it's own. Usually the episode "Hi-Fi Frankenstein". The ''Prometheus And Bob'' short "Bridge" was also very common.

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* AdoredByTheNetwork: [[ScrewedByTheNetwork Averted]] with the show itself. But if you watched Nicktoons in the mid-2000s back when they still played Nicktoon shorts during commercial breaks, ''Life With Loopy'' tended to be played the most on it's own. Usually the episode "Hi-Fi Frankenstein". The ''Prometheus And Bob'' short "Bridge" was also very common. They continued to play even after the show itself was removed from Nicktoons' schedule in 2005.


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* ChildrenVoicingChildren: Henry, June, Loopy, Larry, the Off-Beats, and the Populars all had child or teenage voice actors.
15th Aug '16 12:23:48 AM CutieTabootie
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* AdoredByTheNetwork: [[ScrewedByTheNetwork Averted]] with the show itself. But if you watched Nicktoons in the mid-2000s back when they still played Nicktoon shorts during commercial breaks, ''Life With Loopy'' tended to be played the most on it's own. Usually the episode "Hi-Fi Frankenstein". The ''Prometheus And Bob'' short "Bridge" was also very common.
2nd Aug '16 2:26:29 PM CutieTabootie
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* ScheduleSlip: ''Life With Loopy'' was absent for most of the second season; this was due to the short series moving to a new building for production (season one was done at Skellington Productions, which was owned by Disney. After Disney closed the studio, the series moved to Custer Avenue Stages, where it was produced until the end of the series).



**There were also rumors of a scrapped fifth (and possibly sixth) season, posted on both Wikipedia and TV.com around the early-to-mid 2000s. After a fan asked if the unproduced seasons were real, Mark Marek confirmed that the show didn't have any further seasons planned after the fourth one.



** There was going to be a spinoff show called "The Henry and June Show" and focused on [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Henry and June]] and premiered in 1999. It had only two segments: the first segment, "A Show of Their Own", featured Henry and June with a studio audience and musical guests. The next segment was "Be True to Your School", where Henry and June attend school, and try their best to tackle hard subjects like "How to Look Your Best". It was never again shown after it premiered. One must wonder what happened to have Nickelodeon cancel it after two segments, and where the clips are now.

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** There was going to be a spinoff show called "The Henry and June Show" and focused on [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Henry and June]] and premiered in 1999. It had only two segments: the first segment, "A Show of Their Own", featured Henry and June with a studio audience and musical guests. The next segment was "Be True to Your School", where Henry and June attend school, and try their best to tackle hard subjects like "How to Look Your Best". It was never again shown after it premiered. One must wonder what happened to have Nickelodeon cancel it after two segments, and where the clips are now. Eventually, many elements of the pilot were later integrated into the show's fourth season.
26th Jun '16 10:50:25 AM Morgenthaler
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* DawsonCasting: Averted. The main kids in ''The Off-Beats'' segments were voiced by young children, most notably [[Series/TheOC Mischa Barton]] as Betty-Anne Bongo. The later episodes had several of the kids' voices sounding a bit lower, including the females (who were voiced by girls). The only adult voice actors were series creator Mo Willems, who voiced September the dog and Grubby Groo, Kevin Seal (better known as the voices of [[SheepInTheBigCity Sheep and General Specific]]) providing Tommy's yelling voice, Bradley Glenn as Grubby Groo's nephew Bradley, and series producer Kris Greengrove as September's girlfriend February. Not to mention that Henry and June were done by kids, along with Loopy and Larry.

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* DawsonCasting: Averted. The main kids in ''The Off-Beats'' segments were voiced by young children, most notably [[Series/TheOC Mischa Barton]] as Betty-Anne Bongo. The later episodes had several of the kids' voices sounding a bit lower, including the females (who were voiced by girls). The only adult voice actors were series creator Mo Willems, who voiced September the dog and Grubby Groo, Kevin Seal (better known as the voices of [[SheepInTheBigCity [[WesternAnimation/SheepInTheBigCity Sheep and General Specific]]) providing Tommy's yelling voice, Bradley Glenn as Grubby Groo's nephew Bradley, and series producer Kris Greengrove as September's girlfriend February. Not to mention that Henry and June were done by kids, along with Loopy and Larry.
8th May '16 5:06:22 PM nombretomado
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** The trope though was oddly averted after [[VocalEvolution his voice broke in season two]], as many animated shows that have male child voice actors are known to recast when said male child voice actor hits puberty and his voice cracks[[note]]''Adventure Time'' and ''HeyArnold'' are possible exceptions, as they incorporated the vocal change into the series rather than get rid of the talent[[/note]].

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** The trope though was oddly averted after [[VocalEvolution his voice broke in season two]], as many animated shows that have male child voice actors are known to recast when said male child voice actor hits puberty and his voice cracks[[note]]''Adventure Time'' and ''HeyArnold'' ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' are possible exceptions, as they incorporated the vocal change into the series rather than get rid of the talent[[/note]].
28th Apr '16 6:59:28 PM mkrgolf
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*** When a fan asked Mark Marek (creator of Henry and June) about The Henry and June Show, Marek responded, "The Henry and June show only [aired] once as you noted. Not planning to release the pilot any time soon. Believe me, you don't want to see it. It's rough (By this, I am referring to the KaBlam! pilot...not the H&J Show pilot)" Despite this, [[http://www.markmarek.org/QTs/KABLAM/HENRY_JUNE_Special_LR.mov the episode is now available on his website.]]

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*** When a fan asked Mark Marek (creator of Henry and June) about The Henry and June Show, Marek responded, "The Henry and June show only [aired] once as you noted. Not planning to release the pilot any time soon. Believe me, you don't want to see it. It's rough (By this, I am referring to the KaBlam! Kalam! pilot...not the H&J Show pilot)" Despite this, [[http://www.markmarek.org/QTs/KABLAM/HENRY_JUNE_Special_LR.mov the episode is now available on his website.]]
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