• 1 May 27th, 2016 at 12:12PM
    Lastest Reply: 27th May, 2016 11:13:15 PM
    I'm looking for the title of a manga where characters that are a Little Bit Beastly tend to experience fatal Spontaneous Human Combustion. Their animal attributes amount to little more than ears and tails and they live amongst regular humans, but are treated as second class citizens due to Fantastic Racism and live in relative poverty. I think their combustion had something to do with a drug habit? Like taking the drug in question results in an increased probability of randomly bursting into flames. I'm almost certain the main character's girlfriend dies this way in the first chapter. (Also that the main character was high school student/ young adult who was part cow, or had cow-like attributes.)

    For what it's worth, the manga was likely published some time between 2000 and 2011/ 2012. I'm pretty sure I read it while clicking around on some scanlation site. I don't know how much of it was actually published, as I can't recall reading more than a few chapters. It wasn't very well written, but it's bugged me that I can't figure out what it was called. Reply

      I think you might be looking for "Fire Candy."
  • 6 May 20th, 2016 at 10:10PM
    Western Animation
    Lastest Reply: 27th May, 2016 10:23:34 PM
    When I was very young (in the 90's), I saw an episode of something in which the main characters (I think there were two, but I don't remember what they looked like) were being led somewhere by a giant earthworm, who was digging the tunnel as they went and kept spitting the dirt behind him, in their faces. I think the earthworm had a mustache, but I'm not sure. And I have the feeling that it wasn't really a child-oriented cartoon (by which I mean it had crude humor, though probably not quite on the level of Ren & Stimpy,) but again I'm not sure.

    For some reason, I feel like one of the characters was singing "Jingle Bells, Batman Smells", but that may just be my memories getting crossed.

    Anybody have any ideas? Reply

      What this puts me in mind of is the final story arc of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz animated series, where the Nomes attempt to invade Oz using a giant earthworm to tunnel to the Emerald City. Most of the details don't really fit, though.

      The Earthworm Jim cartoon?

      No, it definitely wasn't The Wizard of Oz. Not Earthworm Jim either; I'm 99% sure the earthworm was only in that one episode—possibly even only that one scene. Thanks, though. :)

      And upon re-reading my OP, I realized I should probably clarify: by "giant earthworm", I mean "the same size as the rest of the characters". Not "20 feet long", which is kind of what the OP implies. XD

      Maya the Bee anime? It has an earthworm as a character.

      No, it definitely wasn't an anime—it was a very American kind of cartoon. But thanks for trying. :)

      This sounds like the Christmas special of Bump in the Night. It has the scene with a mustached worm digging and butchered Christmas songs (including "Jingle Bells, [Bumpy] Smells"). It's on YouTube right here.
  • 0 May 27th, 2016 at 10:10PM
    Western Animation
    What cartoon (TV show or Movie) ended with an ending theme that ended with this over the (late 80s - early 90s) Hanna-Barbera logo? Reply
  • 0 May 27th, 2016 at 9:09PM
    It was I think a Christian movie because it aired on a Christian kids network but I'm not sure, it was about these 3 freshman kids I think it was 2 girls and 1 guy, they were just starting highschool when I think the kid ran into a homeless black man that was playing the harmonica. He befriends the two other girls (They all have different intros) so then the homeless man told them that he lived in an abandoned theater that he went to/ worked at when he was younger and wants to save it. The kids agree to help him save it and invest money. I specifically remember the scene when the boy was worried about breaking his glass piggybank open and the girl did it for him. Meanwhile there are some corporate antagonists who want to demolish the theater and build a mall in its place, I think it was one of the girls' father who was the leader of the project. At the end/ climax they have a giant play to earn more money and give the theater hope to open again. I remember watch it in the middle of the night on a television network called "Smile of a child" which was a Christian channel that aired Christian cartoons for children which is why I think it may or may not be a Christian film. Anyone know it? Reply
  • 3 Apr 14th, 2016 at 1:01PM
    Western Animation
    Lastest Reply: 27th May, 2016 08:43:42 PM
    I'm trying to remember an animated show from the 90s or early 2000s where some kind of dimension artifact/tech transported at least three people into a weird alien medieval-ish dimension where at least some of the inhabitants were non-human. The main character was Indiana Jones like with a standard hero quarterback build. The other two were a big muscle guy best friend who has above average intelligence for the standard big muscle guy in animation at the time, and he mostly held off the enemies whenever the hero needed time to figure out a puzzle or defeat the bag guy of the episode. The third character was the female action love interest who was capable of taking out a few mooks on her own but fewer than the other two.

    There was at least one episode where they had to fight in a gladiator arena and another where there was a big evil tower that they needed to infiltrate/fight there way up where a high up bad guy was. The show goal was trying to find away home and maybe understand some of the ancient artifacts/tech from a long lost civilization.

    I think maybe the season/series finale had them getting home with a shot of the three (or more) characters standing in a room with lots of glass windows (some broken) with a rainstorm outside and one character stating that they were back home in the exact room where they were originally transported. Reply

      My guess would be one of the animated Flash Gordon's, but I don't see a muscle-y friend...

      It's older but fits your description- Dungeons and Dragons?

      Neither of those unfortunately, but thanks for the effort!
  • 12 May 20th, 2016 at 6:06PM
    Lastest Reply: 27th May, 2016 08:17:44 PM
    This was a movie, probably Disney, about a company kidnapping kids and brainwashing them to want to grow up to work for the company. I think one of the ending scenes (possibly the climax) was at a concert. Reply

      Wait a second, is it Up, Up and away?

      It is not, though that one does seem interesting.


      Honestly, I'm kinda surprised Disney would be so open about that sort of thing

      Well, I'm not 100% sure it's Disney, but I didn't watch many movies that weren't Disney or Disney Channel Original when I was younger.

      Josie and the Pussycats has concerts and brainwashing, but I'm not sure it fits the rest of the description.

      Not that.

      I searched through The Other Wiki's lists of Disney and Nickelodeon films. Nothing I saw matched your description. The only thing I found that had the slightest similarity was The Suite Life Movie, which had an evil company that enlisted an army of twins.

      Like I said, it was only probably Disney, I guess this means it's not. Does that list include Disney Channel original movies? If it does, then this movie is likely something shown by Family Channel.

      Yep, the list I checked included Disney Channel originals. Also, Family Channel? As in ABC Family (now Freeform)?

      No, this one here - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family_Channel I haven't had a chance to go through it yet, but it might be among their programming list.

      Okay, I'll check it out. I've already looked through the ABC Family list of movies anyway, and couldn't find anything. Cartoon Network didn't really have anything either. Do you remember if this was live-action, or animated?
  • 1 May 27th, 2016 at 8:08PM
    Lastest Reply: 27th May, 2016 08:13:47 PM
    This was a book where when you play the game you have to actually do the scenario from the game (most of what I remember was in a jungle.) There were enemy 'pieces' which included a giant spider. Their weakness was water, when they got wet they became tiny and turned back into game pieces, and went back to the board. The main character(s) beat the game by getting the board wet. This was not Zathura or Jumanji. Reply

      After some research, Albion's Dream?
  • 2 May 27th, 2016 at 12:12AM
    Western Animation
    Lastest Reply: 27th May, 2016 06:36:38 PM
    Hello! I am trying to figure out the name of a 5 minute 2D animation cartoon that played between shows where all the little animals, mountains, stars and trees had smiley faces and little round pink/red noses. Little bats even carried in the night sky to signify night time. I remember this cartoon from the late 90s early 2000s and need your help to put a name to it. Reply

      I think I remember this. The bats carrying in the night sky definitely rings a bell. And I think the title sequence showed a group of animals arriving at an outdoor cinema, with the episode's title card appearing on the screen?

      I don't remember what it was called, though. I have a vague feeling it might have been "[x]toons", where [x] was maybe the name of the animator.

      Yay more clues! You're totally right, I remember them sitting in front of a cinema now! Thank you :)
  • 0 May 27th, 2016 at 6:06PM
    Live Action TV
    Trying to find an old TV show with a scifi vibe that I vaguely remember from my childhood, something about a boy who had a problem and had to master some sort of power which was like levitating and creating sparks around himself. There was also a sort of robotic (but human) character with green hair and their name was something like ion, or yon. Saw this on Polish tv but I think its an American show. Reply
  • 0 May 27th, 2016 at 5:05PM
    Can someone tell me what the song starting at 3:58 or so is (assuming it's a real song)? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLZhrGG644Y Reply
  • 2 May 27th, 2016 at 8:08AM
    Live Action TV
    Lastest Reply: 27th May, 2016 04:28:18 PM
    Okay, I remember a cop show on FOX in the early 90s. The show was done via the viewer's POV, like a first-person shooter, and Sam Mcmurray played the "detective's" partner. But the title escapes me right now. Anybody remember this show? Reply

      Likely Suspects?

      Definitely Likely Suspects, which I had never heard of before today but found very easily by looking at Sam McMurray's filmography on IMDb.
  • 1 May 22nd, 2016 at 3:03PM
    Lastest Reply: 27th May, 2016 04:16:10 PM
    The other day in Hollister one of the songs playing was really good, but I can't find it like anywhere. I believe some of the lyrics are "getting close to Indio" and "go to California", breaking the word California into its staccato syllables. There were A LOT of oh oh-oh's. Help? Reply
  • 3 May 22nd, 2016 at 1:01AM
    Lastest Reply: 27th May, 2016 12:10:20 PM
    I remember a book, probably a book series, about this kid who moved into a beachside/boardwalk town with his relative, possibly uncle or something, and he liked eating cold pizza, then he met this jellyfish girl and two other guys. Does anyone know it? Reply
  • 1 May 27th, 2016 at 11:11AM
    Lastest Reply: 27th May, 2016 11:10:44 AM
    In this picture, what game is being parodied? Reply
  • 45 Dec 14th, 2014 at 1:01PM
    Live Action TV
    Lastest Reply: 27th May, 2016 10:56:28 AM
    I am looking for two shows:

    1) An American sitcom (sometime between the 1960s and 1990s) with one episode involving a woman in a blue dress accidentally falls in water (possibly a fountain) indoors at a mall or at a party somewhere.

    2) A 2001 short-lived kid's TV show somewhat similar to Sesame Street (I think it was on either PBS, Nickelodeon) with puppets (both hand puppets and life-size puppets) and 2D animation. One episode includes kids (in pajamas, I think) dance-sitting holding a toy (possibly teddy bears) in a classroom, while two life-size puppets in front of a blue tarp or sheet. NOTE: the whole song is played the first time; the second time is the same thing, but the video quickly fades to black and the credits roll while the song is still playing.

    I have been searching for these topics for my entire life, and I still can not find anything. I remember watching them when I was in Gadsden. This is bugging me ever since, and I want to know what these two shows are. Reply

      Number 1 has been asked before, though no one's had any luck finding it. I wish you luck!

      Regarding number 1, are you certain it was a sitcom, and not a movie from around that time?

      I ask this because there is a movie which does have the sort of scene you've described in your inquiry. The movie is called "License to Kill" and it was made in '89.

      In it, Carey Lowell ends up in an indoor pool/fountain at some sort swank function. I think she may have been wearing a blue dress as well, but I wouldn't swear to that.

      That's not it. I think the water was shallow, not deep. Number one could probably be a soap opera, not a sitcom.

      Could it have been this scene from Dynasty?

      I watched a lot of PBS around that time and I can't seem to recall any shows like the one you mentioned in #2. So Nickelodeon might be your best bet.

      I think during that time, I have watched some shows on Nickelodeon also. So, that may be a possibility.

      Also, that fight in Dynasty was outdoors not indoors.


      Is number 2 Tweenies or Bananas in Pajamas?

      Is #2 Elliot Moose from the PBS block the bookworm bunch?

      The kids I mentioned earlier are real, as in human.

      if the woman going into the water was the result of a klutz bumping her in there, i have an impression of something like that happening in a movie "the party" with peter sellers. it may even have been a pond/water fountain deal.

      Bump. Also, someone questioned the woman after the incident. Therefore it was not The Party. Good try though.




      Also if I remember, the puppets are a combination of both traditional puppets and life size walk-around puppets.

      re: the puppet show - can you eliminate the shows in this list?


      several there I totally forgot about… eureeka's castle for one...

      I saw it in 2001, but I'm not sure what season it was.



      Maybe wait a couple weeks (or months) before bumping again?

      Bump. I know it's early, but I can't handle the wait.

      If you know it's early, don't bump. It will actually end up driving people away from your query. The more you tell people to do something, the less they will be willing to do it.





      Bump once again.

      Bump. It's been so long since this trope was up, and I still can't find answers. Either that, or I was imagining things the whole time. If anyone can help me out, that would be great. Thank you.



      can't help dude

      could the first one possibly be Sabrina the teenage witch? because I believe libby falls into a fountain in a courtyard wearing a blue ball gown during the episode where everyone is so dramatic that it's kinda like a soap opera


      Bump. I know it's been a really long time, but I still need to know these two shows.

      Priscella, do you remember what episode of Sabrina it is?

      Priscella is talking about the "As Westbridge Turns" episode

      I just checked it out. Unfortunately, that's not it.


      Bump. After many years, I'm still trying to remember these two shows and it still bugs me. Can anyone help he out please? Thank you.




      While searching for another lost work, I came across a movie called Picture This. It definitely does not fall within the dates you described, but I read that there was a scene where the main character falls into a fountain.
  • 0 May 27th, 2016 at 10:10AM
    I saw this show on cable in the 80's It was a movie or a special or a pilot. One and done. It featured puppets similar in construction to the Fraggles (which was on HBO so that leads me to think it was Showtime for some reason). The end of the show had two Goblin-like creatures trying to escape from underground and being caught by daylight they were turned to stone. The narrator explains that they were stuck there forever as a statue. I've Googled it but Labyrinth dominates any combination with 'goblin' and 'puppet'. Reply
  • 2 May 26th, 2016 at 4:04AM
    Lastest Reply: 27th May, 2016 10:13:32 AM
    This is a movie i never actually saw but overheard this scene when my brother was watching. From what I remember there was this guy (possibly the protagonist) who had taken drugs accidently (not sure what kind) and for some reason when a cop pulls him over he starts cracking up about how pullover is also a kind of sweater. Reply

      I think that's in Dumb and Dumber. Just search the pull over scene on youtube

      I'd guess Dumb and Dumber or possibly Up In Smoke.
  • 19 Apr 27th, 2016 at 10:10AM
    Western Animation
    Lastest Reply: 27th May, 2016 10:03:27 AM
    I hope it's fine if I ask about an episode. Anyhow, I was looking around on the character sheet page of The Smurfs and saw trope entries that mention Gargamel beating the crap out of his godfather Lord Balthazar (who otherwise frightens him) for hurting Azrael, and I want to see the episode where it happens so bad. The page suggests it's the second Christmas special, but I've looked around on the Internet and neither the Christmas specials nor regular Christmas-based episodes (Baby's First Christmas and The Magic Sack Of Mr. Nicholas) even mention Balthazar on their Wikia pages (though it's possible it might be misleading info). I'm not entirely sure where to continue searching without resorting to watching every single episode. Could anyone please tell if they know what episode is this? Reply


      Bump, does no one know what episode is this?

      According to IMDB ( http://www.imdb.com/character/ch0295043/?ref_=ttfc_fc_cl_t27 ) there are only 4 episodes that feature the character Balthazar.

      - Future Smurfed/Crying Smurfs (1986) TV episode, Played by Keene Curtis - Smurf on Wood (1984) TV episode, Played by Keene Curtis - Papa's Wedding Day (1982) TV episode, Played by Keene Curtis The Smurfs Springtime Special (1982) (TV) Played by Keene Curtis

      Given your information I would try the springtime special.

      I've seen the Springtime Special multiple times and I'm pretty sure I haven't seen Balthazar getting his ass handed to him by his godson, and I've also seen Crying Smurfs and there's no Balthazar in sight.
      That page looks incomplete. I remember seeing the character being featured in, say, "Gargamel's Last Will", but the episode isn't listed there.
      I've taken a look at both Papa's Wedding Day and Smurf on Wood and neither of them feature Balthazar's beatdown.


      Bump... Does no one really know for sure?


      ...I wonder if the No-Holds-Barred Beatdown thing between Balthazar and his godson (with the latter winning) even exists in the series. I mean, the pages that mention it say it happens in the second Christmas special (which apparently means 'Tis The Season To Be Smurfy), yet after looking it up, it appears said Christmas Special doesn't even feature either character.



      Really? Does no one know?





      Just to complicate your search... Have you considered the possibility that the event you are looking may have never happened in the animation and only occurred somewhere in the print comics?

      Did you try just watching the 4 episodes with him in it?

      @Daefaroth Not really. I don't think Balthazar ever appears in the comics (but then again I never really laid my eyes on them), and some pages of The Smurfs (the character sheet and the Crowning Moment of Awesome page if I remember correctly) claim it happens in the second Christmas special. It's apparently supposed to be 'Tis the Season To Be Smurfy since it's the aforementioned second (and last) Christmas special, but that doesn't even feature either of the two villains I've brought up. What I did take into consideration though is that information about this "beatdown scene" might actually be falsified and misleading info (also making the quote "He is my friend!" on the character page a case of Beam Me Up, Scotty!).
      @Bootlebat As I had previously mentioned, I've seen both the Springtime Special and Crying Smurfs (the latter of which doesn't even feature Balthazar), and looking up Smurf on Wood and Papa's Wedding Day turned up nothing about the beatdown. It also turned out the IMDB page is actually inaccurate; Balthazar doesn't make his only appearances in the episodes IMDB mentions (and Crying Smurfs doesn't belong), and some searching turned up [1] a talk page on the Smurfs wikia that properly lists all episodes he appears in (though I have the feeling at least 1 episode might've been left out).

      Oh god, so many bumps...
  • 1 May 27th, 2016 at 3:03AM
    Western Animation
    Lastest Reply: 27th May, 2016 09:38:49 AM
    When I was a kid, late 90's/early 2000's (1999 - 2002?), I walked in on my mom watching something. I don't know if it was a TV show or movie, and I have no idea what the channel would have been, or if it was a VHS/DVD. It was 2D animation, very colorful. From what I remember, there was an anthro rhino (hippo? elephant?) standing in a forest as cute animals danced and sang around him. The rhino gave the camera an annoyed look, then he took out a gun and killed the animals. There was a narrator that sounded like a nature documentary host; I'm remembering the phrase "And then he took out a gun" or something similar being spoken by the narrator. I'm remembering a lot of blood, but that could be my imagination making it worse than it was. It looked to me like a kids' cartoon, then that happened and traumatized my little self, ha ha. I left the room right then, disgusted by it, so I didn't see or hear any further. Every once in a while that memory pops into my head, but I have no idea what it was! Any ideas? Reply
  • 0 May 27th, 2016 at 7:07AM
    It concerns a young girl trapped on an unidentified world after a spacecraft (aboard which she is seen stowing away in the title sequence) crashes, forcing her to pick a side between the evil droid empire who have full industrial capacity, energy weapons, combat aircraft and walking weapons platforms (Riddlers? Wrigglers? That's as close as I remember the name sounding) and the Robots, a bunch of rag-tag, inconsistent-model robots whose only vehicle for much of the series is a cobbled-together airship which somehow works even though it has two wonky propellers that don't rotate constantly (this bunch of robots promptly dubs the child Girl-Man.) The planet's only other known inhabitant is a humanoid being whose face is always hidden behind a mask painted like the hazard chevrons on an old British diesel shunter. In one episode the Robots manage to get a steam train (dubbed "the Choo-Choo) operational. The Evil Empire's attempts to destroy or steal it fail ridiculously, until the end when the Robots shut down the locomotive, let the fire go out, and return home, when the evil droids' leader (who isn't really leader but is usually left in charge of the forces deployed in the story) thinks he has won, sneaks into the station and tries to steal the train - single-handedly - by trying to pull it away by hand, via a rope tied around the headstock. "Come on, Choo-choo!" It obviously doesn't work. He's not exactly Gundam-sized, this guy. Reply
  • 0 May 27th, 2016 at 2:02AM
    So, I'll try again to find this (just posted this very same text at /x/):

    "Have you guys ever played a game that nobody even remembers about it and you can't find for shit anywhere?

    I have an odd one giving me some trouble. If I record correctly, the name of the main character of the game was Max. He is a pale green alien that appeared to use some kind of... belt on his crouch and had a weird an apathic facial expression.

    The game was educational and I played on my PC (Windows 98), but had some really strange stuff going on, and when I played, it was like back in the year 2000, and it had a very charming 3D aspect even for that time (besides my computer having 16MB or less of video at the time, it also ran just fine).

    Thing is, about the weird stuff in that game, is that it was... dark. There was a segment where you would assume control of the character after he goes to a park to play, and after a certain scene, make a choice.

    The scene was that a strange man whose face cannot be seen, comes in a car with very dark windows and call for you with his hand. The narrator tries to alert you that you should go back home, but suddenly, you are presented with the choice of either going to the car, or turning back home.

    I don't remember what happens after you refuse do go to the suspicious figure in the car, but I do remember that, if you choose to do so, you would be presented with a black screen, which would turn into a scene where this same alien stares a static TV in an unknown house (where he appears to be in a pitch-black room or hall), while the narrator says he made a wrong decision in going to a strangers house like that. The game restarts at that point, and you have the same sequence in the park.

    I completely forgot about this game until some months ago, when I had a very weird nightmare re-calling the time when I played it.

    I asked my mom about it, and, surprisingly, besides reminding of a lot of other educative games she bought at the same time I've played it, she doesn't know anything about it.

    At the time she actually listed me which educational games she bought, and the list included an english game called "Steps 1" (on how to learn english, there was a penguin in there), the "Reader Rabbit" series, a game with a deformed wizard in brazilian portuguese (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bffku4cxJ1Y) [Embed] and some Rugrats ones there were not really educational.

    In any case, I couldn't even remember many of these, besides remembering this weird 3D alien game. Doing some research in some forums and asking even on yahoo answers for it, I've even drawn more or less how does that character seemed to be like. Zero answers from anyone. Nada.

    Eventually, my PC broke, so I forgot about it for some time in order to organize some IRL stuff until I would eventually buy a new one (also giving some time to my research to gain any attention from anyone (I visited and posted on forums in 4 different languages I knew well: Portuguese, Spanish, English and Italian).

    Well, here is where the issue becomes a little bit interesting. None of my questions, which I also got bookmarked on chrome in an specific folder, were there any longer.

    They were completely gone. "The Page is invalid", "This page doesn't exist", hell, even internet wayback machine couldn't do shit (the question on my yahoo account also got removed, and besides having a save image of one year ago or so, I couldn't see it, since the question list was private.

    I'm working on making a new drawn of it (I suck a lot on doing this shit though) and will soon post it in here, since all the other copies are pretty much not where they should. " Reply
  • 3 May 26th, 2016 at 7:07PM
    Live Action TV
    Lastest Reply: 26th May, 2016 09:03:31 PM
    there was show that i used to watch and i cannot find the name if the show. the premise is about different people are living their lives and open a random door and the door magically opens to the bar. the bartender tells them there is a reason why they came there. and i think they have to make some sort of life changing choice that changes their fate. and after they change thier lives they can leave. i think it used to air on THE HUB network but i am not sure. every episode their is a new person that has to solve some dilemma by going into the bar. Reply

      Bar Karma?


      Your welcome - it was the fourth result on a google search for television change fate bartender
  • 2 May 26th, 2016 at 1:01AM
    Lastest Reply: 26th May, 2016 08:56:50 PM
    This was a movie I remember seeing many years ago, perhaps 10? I think it was something my older aunt was watching. It was about a theater troupe (?) who were being haunted by an angel of death. The angel was a beautiful young woman dressed in a white suit and fedora. She was seducing members of the group, i.e. leading them to their deaths. She actually killed the oldest one of them after a nice meal (?) but said something to his friends along the lines of, "It's not a tragedy when a man dies of old age" or a very similar line. That line stuck with me for a long time and I think it might've influenced my own views on celebrity deaths—whenever a particularly old celebrity dies, I always find myself thinking "Well, he/she lived a really long and full life, so that's something to be happy about." Does anyone know what this might be? Reply
  • 2 May 18th, 2016 at 7:07PM
    Lastest Reply: 26th May, 2016 07:13:02 PM
    http://imgur.com/QxtphY1 Reply

      The first thing that came to my mind was maybe The Littles, but the art style in your picture is a bit different from that show. The Littles' style was more Animesque, while your picture looks like it might be something from Don Bluth. A Troll in Central Park, maybe?

  • 2 May 26th, 2016 at 10:10AM
    Live Action TV
    Lastest Reply: 26th May, 2016 04:00:26 PM
    It's probably around 10 - 20 years old, but I remember it was about a man and his dog (It may not be a dog, my friends seems to remember it as a giraffe), that were made of rubbish or recycled materials, and they would go on adventures together. I think I saw it on milkshake, but I may be mistaken. They appear to summon things into creation, such as a hot air balloon that gets made in stages, as if the animator animated making it, so it would be a box, then it gets covered in newspaper, then something is added on top of that, and then string, and a balloon etc. And that's all I can remember apart from thinking that it was very creative. Thanks - Harry Robins. Reply