• 3 Mar 23rd, 2018 at 7:07AM
    Lastest Reply: 24th Mar, 2018 11:13:40 AM
    Marvel: Avengers Alliance was a facebook videogame, which was online for some years and closed in 2016. Unlike most superhero games, it was turn based and 2D. Are there any other similar games available now, by either marvel or DC? Meaning, also turn based and 2D. "Available" may mean currently online or, better yet, something you could download or buy, install, have it in your PC and play it over and over again. Reply
  • 2 Mar 24th, 2018 at 10:10AM
    Lastest Reply: 24th Mar, 2018 11:06:36 AM
    I watched the first 5-10 episodes of this show and than lost it. It was at least 8-10 years ago now that I have last heard of it.

    The art-style I can´t really remember, back than it looked really realistic, so not your usual japanese anime. It looked more like CGI, kinda like the movie Gantz:O. (Screenshot from Gantz:o http://www.nerdgasmneeds.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/gantz-o-02.jpg) Maybe not this detailed

    It takes place on some kind of post apocalyptic earth, where the ground is broken into rocks and is floating in the air. The characters are traveling either with bridges between these rocks or with somekind of space/air-ships. The main character is a girl (10-16 years old?) who has some kind of forbidden power, because of which the government (or the evil main character [I seriusly dont know what to call him/her]) is chasing her, after they found out of it. She is some kind of "chosen one". I think she accidentally learn to use it, she exaggerates and drawes attention to herself. There was something with her mom than trying to defend her of the people who are trying to capture the kid (her). [I am getting lost explaining all this]

    She than tries to flee with her older brother, who has no powers but a boomerang as a main weapon. (no, not avatar) I think I can also vaguely remember some robots, but they were stationary (or were they?)

    I am sorry for the bad description of this show, but I only remember so much.


      I'm gonna give that a 95% chance of being Sky Land.

      That´s it! Thank you!

  • 6 Mar 2nd, 2018 at 3:03AM
    Live Action TV
    Lastest Reply: 24th Mar, 2018 10:51:51 AM
    I wanted to know the name of a tokusatsu show in which there was a guy used to transform like power rangers but with his hands. He then had some aura thing coming out from his hand which made him transform. It was Japanese but I watched it dubbed in my local language as a kid Reply

      A rough time frame would be useful. Same with the country you grew up in, that would majorly narrow it down.

      The Maskman team used aura, and the Gekirangers had gloves as henshin device. Could also be a metal hero.

      I grew up in India and it was around 2008-2013. The show used to air on Cartoon Network India.

      So in that timescale it could be Gekiranger https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4OU1ZfJCiA

      Though it could also be Kamen Rider Hibiki, since they use sound to transform and a few of them have wrist mounted devices...

      Its wasn't super sentai or kamen rider

      I checked Wikipedia's list of shows aired on CN India and I didn't see anything familiar. You? It didn't seem like it aired much tokusatsu at all.

      It's a long shot (that you even still come here) but Madan Senki Ryukendo was dubbed in Hindi.
  • 0 Mar 24th, 2018 at 9:09AM
    Western Animation
    It's literally been so many years I've been trying to remember this. I just remember it's an animated TV show, possibly anime with english dubs but I can't be sure. I've seen it twice- one episode I think was pretty early on judging by the exposition. The scene I remember involves a (orphaned??) boy (the protagonist I think) and this rich girl meeting with this guy who knows the ropes on the world's magic system. I think he was an old adventurer after his glory days, and he seemed like an idol for one or both of the kids. The magic system doesn't seem to be magic, exactly, more like kind of videogame-esque powers/spells. When the boy asks the guy to teach him, he says he couldn't afford it, and the rich girl says "but I can", offering to pay for both their educations "plus expenses". Then, the guy tries to teach the boy how to essentially conjure a flame in his hand, but the boy can't do it, which is odd because apparently a kid half the boy's age should be able to do it. It's also odd because I think the boy's dad was an accomplished caster so it's weird for his kid to be unskilled. I think, anyway. They definitely mention his dad and talk about hard work and stuff.

    The other piece of an episode I saw was later, and I think it was a much later episode in the series. All I remember is those characters climbing on rooftops (or something similar), being chased by a bunch of bad guys. When they reach a big gap, the protagonists say 'hyperjump' or something like that, and that causes them to be able to jump the gap. That's also why I think this is much later in the series, cause the boy who couldn't conjure anything seems to have got the grasp of his powers. After they jump, the bad guys following them do the same thing, but that's as much as I can remember. (I wasn't sure what medium to put so I did Western Animation I hope that's right. Also sorry if this is, like, super obvious.) Reply
  • 2 Mar 24th, 2018 at 6:06AM
    Lastest Reply: 24th Mar, 2018 06:58:33 AM
    I'm looking for a B-movie which takes place in a Pacific island. The plot is about a girl who's chosen to be sacrificed into a volcano to stop the wrath of some god. The last scene is the girl throwing herself into the volcano while being almost naked, followed by said volcano going extinct. It's an American black-and-white movie from the beginning of the 50s. Reply
  • 1 Mar 22nd, 2018 at 4:04PM
    Lastest Reply: 24th Mar, 2018 01:57:33 AM
    I'm trying to find a free in-browser flash (I think) game from the early 2000s or so, involving picking one of three fire and three ice mages and fighting in (I believe) turn-based RPG battles? The title was something like Mage Wars or Shaman Wars. Reply
  • 3 Mar 16th, 2018 at 11:11PM
    Western Animation
    Lastest Reply: 23rd Mar, 2018 10:07:30 PM
    Date: 15-20+ years old.

    Country of origin: Unknown, probably western animation.

    The drawing was artistic. In each episode the kid discovers and enters tiny worlds around him. Once he studies his ice cream up close and notices tiny eskimo-like people in it and soon he finds himself among them. Another time, as he lays in the bathtub, he checks his knees and realizes that they are islands for tiny people, sailing on boats, in the tub. One more is when he's cracking open a hard boiled egg and again, finds a tiny world inside, gets transported there, has adventures with it's inhabitants. This was the structure of every episode.

    It's not the Once Upon a Time series or The Littles.

    The color scheme was similar to that of this cartoon: https://vimeo.com/28238967 And the drawing style was similar to that of this cartoon except what I'm looking for was a bit better drawn: https://youtu.be/1C8sh7y7RDM Reply

      Could it be George Shrinks?

      Were they shorts between episodes or full one 11-22 minute episodes? Where did you watch it?

      Also "better drawn" than Frederic Back's "The Man Who planted Trees"?! Have some respect for a classic by a MASTER! :p

      Automaton 120: Thank you, but it's not the one.

      undrave: Not sure about the length, maybe 10-20 minutes. It was aired on a Hungarian tv-channel
  • 2 Mar 20th, 2018 at 5:05PM
    Western Animation
    Lastest Reply: 23rd Mar, 2018 08:32:16 PM
    I'm looking for a show that's late 90s, maybe early 2000s, I believe it was for kids because there were educational aspects. The animation was like south park, but kinda creepy, like people were lanky and faces were not proportionate. It had mini shows inside the show. The one I remember specifically that I LOVED was a guy going to the zoo, who would pick out a different animal every time to heat eaten by. He would sing a song while being digested and you learnt about the different things the animal would eat. He had a funny name that was part of the song... It could have possibly been a browser game too, because I remember playing the same style games online. Thats all I got and its killing me. Thank you in advanced! Reply

      That sounds like Crashbox to me, the character being eaten is named Eddie Bull

      Yup, that's Crashbox.
  • 0 Mar 23rd, 2018 at 8:08PM
    Anyone know this song? It's a soft rock song from between 2005 and 2012. It has a male singer talking about how he doesn't want to be like his mother and father. The chorus goes something like "I don't wanna be like my mother/I won't let fear rule my life".


    Found it myself. "Silhouttes" by Smile Unhappy Soul. Reply
  • 0 Mar 23rd, 2018 at 6:06PM
    Live Action TV
    I'm trying to remember the name of a show that was on PBS in the 80's that taught basic writing skills. It was set in the office of a department store. The boss was an African-American woman who tried to teach her cute foreign secretary and the seemingly illiterate janitor basic English skills. Does anyone remember this show. I'm mainly trying to find out who played the secretary. If it helps, the PBS stations I would have seen it on were either WHYY in Philadelphia or the NJ Network. Reply
  • 2 Mar 21st, 2018 at 11:11PM
    Western Animation
    Lastest Reply: 23rd Mar, 2018 05:56:31 PM
    I know it doesn't exactly fit into the "show" part of this but there's one episode of He-Man that I've been trying to remember. As I recall, there was some kind of beast or energy field or something that drained the characters of their talents- He-Man lost his strength, Teela lost her agility, Orko lost his magic. There may have been a subplot involving Orko becoming unconfident in himself and trying to leave the castle, and I think Evil-Lyn may appear as well. I know for certain it's an episode of the original 80s cartoon, too. tyia! Reply

      Going by episode summaries, it sounds like "The Rarest Gift of All".

      Yep, its that! Thank you!
  • 1 Mar 23rd, 2018 at 3:03PM
    Western Animation
    Lastest Reply: 23rd Mar, 2018 03:19:03 PM
    Okay so i remember when I was kid there was this channel that transmitted a lot of cartoona in albanian but some where also in macedonian or serbian im not sure. Anyway there was this show about a bunch of teenage kids and they went to this special place or academy or something and they played this simulation game that also included cards. They had to choose an avatae and the avatars looked like weird creatures eg.one of them was a girl and she was red and had big wings and I think her name started with a T (I think it was Takinomi). The creatures were seperated into like species some od them were insect like and some were seperates into undergekund creatures and some lived into a forest like enviroment. I rember one of the main characters name was Tom and he had black hair and always wore this blue T-shirt or shirt (I can't remember well) . Anyway I can't find I was hoping that someone could help me with that. Any information is highly appreciated m Reply
  • 0 Mar 23rd, 2018 at 12:12PM
    Okay so it was for the younger kid am thinking preschool to elementary from what I remember it was a walking on two legs talking and earing cloths animal show ( don't remember if there were humans as well) this pink/purple hedgehog(or porcupine I remember it looking sorta pointy) she was painting a picture cant remember of what and some of her friends showed up, don't remember if she went with them or was distracted by them but while she was busy a mouse(one of the friends I think) ruin the painting when she came back she was pissed. they started to try to find out. at the end she has two suspects a monkey(i think) and a lion) she says if she figure out its the monkey shell stop getting him those little candies he likes if its the lion shell never speak to him agian the lion then yells a misty no ( i think Misty was her name) and swears his innocence. the monkey asks what if its someone else she replies with ill claw scratch and bit them to bits( the mouse at the back of the group seems to be losing its shit at the thought and is imaging a misty with really long teeth and nails.

    that's all I remember sorry Reply
  • 3 Mar 22nd, 2018 at 12:12PM
    Lastest Reply: 23rd Mar, 2018 12:24:21 PM
    i watched a show when i was younger but i cant remember it now but in the show people would have tubes with monsters in them and spin throw them and then the monsters would come out and they fought each other this way i remember the mc had a monster that resembeld a polar bear and i used to have toys of this but i lost them i just want to know what its called so i can watch it Reply
  • 0 Mar 23rd, 2018 at 7:07AM
    I saw this around 2003 or 2004, but it was a weird video that was on the front page of Yahoo. All I remember was that it was a video with footage of artillery being fired (in night vision like this) with gentle(?) music playing, and also having dolls singing after exiting from a flying saucer. Can someone help me on this one? Reply
  • 1 Mar 22nd, 2018 at 10:10PM
    Lastest Reply: 22nd Mar, 2018 10:45:46 PM
    trying to find a sci fi episode about a man who believes he can control the outcome of the world by moving certain objects in his home. for example, if he doesn't water the plants there will be a flood in Hawaii. the show is like outer limits or twilight zone. Reply
  • 2 Mar 22nd, 2018 at 7:07PM
    Lastest Reply: 22nd Mar, 2018 08:50:08 PM
    Does anyone know that show on Nick where kids fought crime by wearing mechanical football gear that gave them the physical capabilities of football stars? Reply
  • 3 Mar 22nd, 2018 at 4:04PM
    Western Animation
    Lastest Reply: 22nd Mar, 2018 08:33:02 PM
    So I barely remember anything about this show at all. There was an underwater society filled with different sea creatures (maybe all fish like, I'm not sure). I feel like there was a fairly big cast and lots of different subplots with some serialized elements even spanning multiple episodes. I'm not a 100% sure about this, but I believe the characters lived in buildings and some of them even drove vehicles (more iffy about the latter than the former). I wish I could remember what kind of plots the show actually dealt with, but I'm completely blank on this.

    I know for a fact I watched it in the mid to early 90s and it didn't seem like a super old show at the time.

    For the record, I saw this on Norwegian tv (the channel would've been NRK) with Norwegian dubs, so I can't say for sure it's of western origin, but in my memory, it doesn't feel like it was anime. Reply

      Fish Police or Sharky And George?

      It absolutely could be Fish Police, but it doesn't seem quite right. The main problem I'm having is that it certainly felt like there was more than six episodes. I was only seven or eight years old at the time, so who knows though.

      For what it's worth, I also can't find any evidence of FP having aired in Norway.

      It's definitely not Sharky & George.

      The Snorks had vehicles and had a big cast.
  • 28 Jul 30th, 2013 at 10:10AM
    Live Action TV
    Lastest Reply: 22nd Mar, 2018 08:26:53 PM
    I need help finding these:

    1. A life-size puppet show, possibly PBS Kids, aired in either 2001 or 2002. The intro of the show is somewhat similar to the Hoobs, although it is not because I checked. The episode of that particular show involves kids sitting in front of blue tarp or sheet (Video is somewhat similar to [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdGL4hbWV4Q]); does include animation, somewhat similar to Sesame Street. The ending shows the same clip of kids in front of blue tarp or sheet (1st half shown), and 2nd half shows credits with audio of clip still playing.

    2. An American TV sitcom (1960s through 1980s); A woman dressed in blue falls in water, probably a fountain. The next scene shows the same woman, still dressed in blue, being questioned by another person.

    If any of these descriptions are wrong, please let me know. I have been trying to find these for a very long time. Please help me. Thanks. Reply

      So far, I have no one replying for mine, and I do not want to bump this at all.

      I have no clue, sorry. Are there are any more things you remember?

      For the first one, I remember watching it in Gadsden, AL. The show was somewhat similar to Sesame Street, it might be "Play with Me Sesame". For the second one, it was from an episode of the sitcom with the same description.

      I just don't know the names of these shows, unless I was just imagining about them. That's all.

      It could be "Play with Me Sesame", I think there was also a Spain version of "Sesame Street."

      Many, many, many countries have their own version of Sesame Street, often just called whatever "Sesame Street" would be translated to in the local language.

      It's American, but is show is similar to Sesame Street, but I don't think it's it. Also, how is it going with the second one? Any ideas yet?

      You may have to give us some more info about the second one.

      The second one is from a retro television program. I think the woman also wore something that looked like a shower cap, which was also blue. Probably still airs on either TV Land or Hallmark. I think that's all that I can remember.

      A woman, in blue, with a cap on her head, lands in water, then is later interviewed. The clip is notable enough to be reshown. Your very vague description makes me think of Lynda Carter's appearance on "Battle of the Network Stars" where she competed in a swimming event. The way her blue swimsuit fit her was quite memorable. If that's not it you are going to need to give us a better description.

      The woman was wearing either a blue dress or miniskirt, and she was interviewed in a different room after the commercial break, so I don't think that is it. I think it was more of a retro sitcom.

      Why was she being interviewed? I think there is a show that cuts between Lynda's appearance on Battle of the Network Stars and a later interview with her about that appearance.

      Why do you think it was a "retro sitcom"? What about what you saw and heard made it seem like that to you?

      That is not it! It was a retro television sitcom that still airs reruns. The woman accidentally fell in a water fountain, making her dress wet, at a party somewhere. She was really wearing a blue dress or miniskirt. I actually believe that she was also wearing a blue bonnet on her head. In the next scene, one man was asking the same woman, dressed in blue, about the incident. It took place in a different room and she was sitting on a stool. That's all I know for now.

      Also, the party was indoors. I checked Lynda Carter's appearance on Battle of the Network Stars and it was not it. I know for a fact it was a retro television sitcom.

      Maybe you should explain to us what you mean by the phrase "retro television sitcom".

      A retro television sitcom, in my definition, is a comedy or drama that has aired between the 1950's and the 1990's.

      The show that I am struggling to find aired in either the 70's or the 80's. I am pretty sure of that.

      I decided to separate into two different topics so each user can figure out much easier.

      Bump. BTW, this is the old version of my long-waited topic.

      Bump. It's been a long time since I last used this. And now, I'm still on a mission to figure out what these two shows are. If anybody here has an idea, please let me know.

      Would the first one maybe be Puzzle Place? I know that aired on PBS and had some Sesame Street qualities to it.

      I know, but it's not it unfortunately.

      Is #1 "Elliott Moose", "Storytime" or "Someday School"?


      Oh my god you're still looking for this.

      I'll try to investigate this further when I can lol

      Thanks Automation. Yeah, I'm still having trouble figuring out what these two shows are.

      I think I also remember about the second show mentioned that the woman who fell in the fountain was elderly (I think). And after the commercial break, the next scene had the same woman (I think she was still wearing the same clothing from the party) and I think she was interrogated by a man in a suit and tie (at least that's what I think). I think it was also on TV Land at some point, so it may or may not be rerunning.

      Yes, KEVP, so many countries have their own version of Sesame Street, but that does not mean it was a terrible suggestion. I have this account, but I vaguely remember posting that, anyway. Can you remember anything else Ipbtheactor?

      To answer your question, I believe that the tarp was held on each side vertically by the two mascot-like puppet characters. Unfortunately, I don't remember the characters' names. I think it also took place in some sort of classroom if I remember correctly. The kids were sitting on the floor dancing (almost like swaying), and then cuts to another puppet in front of the action. So there would be the intro, a live-action segment, an animation segment containing a certain number of objects, then the song performed by the kids and puppets, then the same animation segment with the same number, then another live action segment, and it ends off with the same song performed earlier. And in about the last quarter of the song (the shot when the puppets does its little dance in front of the action), the footage fades to black and then the credits roll. And I think that's all I can remember.
  • 1 Mar 22nd, 2018 at 8:08PM
    Live Action TV
    Lastest Reply: 22nd Mar, 2018 08:05:30 PM
    I think this was on Nick, it was about this group of teenagers who like played a bunch of video games and then the monsters from the games came to life and they had to use like weapons they made, the girl had a big metal fist thing, and i think the man guy was a ginger and he had big teeth and used this gold metal gun thing. It’s not The Troop it came out after that but it was kinda the same plot. This has really been bugging me cause i vividly remember a scene where they walk in to there warehouse hang out spot and theres like a TV but i cant remember the name! Please help. Reply
  • 1 Mar 14th, 2018 at 1:01AM
    Web Original
    Lastest Reply: 22nd Mar, 2018 06:48:46 PM
    I surprisingly can't find anything on this meme. It was an art meme from Deviantart that was everywhere circa 2006-2008. I remember there were multiple cubes where the artist would rant against fan misconceptions, like "Naruto is... not in love with Sasuke". Reply
  • 1 Mar 21st, 2018 at 11:11PM
    Live Action TV
    Lastest Reply: 22nd Mar, 2018 04:45:34 PM
    At the end of episode 16 of season 9 "Weekend in Wine Country" the whole gag of the candy dish turning out not to be an inconspicuous item stolen from Opera because she had infact stolen it from Michael Obama is extremely similar to an episode of a comedic show I cant for the life of me remember. In it the characters steal a seemly invaulable nicknack (candy dish or ashtray) from a famous persons house, but as it turns out, the item was infact quite cherished by them because they had stolen it from another celebrity. If anyone knows what this is, please tell me. It is killing me! Reply

      It vaguely reminds me of the episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm where Larry's dad has a jacket which looks exactly like Hugh Hefner's and they get mixed up.
  • 1 Mar 22nd, 2018 at 5:05AM
    Lastest Reply: 22nd Mar, 2018 03:32:03 PM
    Hi, so i was on Instagram and I saw this like 5 second clip of this show and I have no idea what it is and no one is helping me finding it. The clip showed a boy who was most likely in his late teens or early twenties and the background was dark so it was night time and he was white and had short dark hair. In the scene he was talking to someone and said "I think about you all the time." Please help! Thanks! Reply

      Could you share a link to the Instagram post here so we can see it?

      Edit: Oops... sorry I re-read your post and I think I misunderstood. I thought you said you "liked" the post and still had access to it. That doesn't seem to be the case.

      Sorry, but unfortunately I don't have any suggestions. Good luck!
  • 1 Mar 22nd, 2018 at 5:05AM
    Lastest Reply: 22nd Mar, 2018 06:12:04 AM
    So it's like one of those shows where you've got these main characters and they've got the ability to transform and summon some tools and things to fight with. They later introduce another main character but he doesn't really work with the first " 2 main characters". In one episode, the 3rd character finds out that the evil guys had killed his parents and then transforms from the device and kills them both. The first episode is when there's this guy, talking to his "device" that kind of looks like a dragon, they found another dragon device thing and it said it would choose it's own master. First episode, the " new master" is shown, and running from the evil guys. Oingg through the buildings and stuff, but barely remember anything in detail, it was shown around 2010 I'd say. Thanks for reading most of it :) Reply
  • 3 Mar 11th, 2018 at 7:07PM
    Lastest Reply: 22nd Mar, 2018 04:26:46 AM
    I can't seem to recall this certain show where there's a military base in a desert on top of a Sandy colored plateau/mountain and inside of it there are monsters trapped inside. I remember one episode where the protagonist is trying to save people from these 4 legged monsters and everyone has fallen asleep and is in a coma but this one scientist is still awake(thanks to her shocking herself) and they end up going into this hospital where the outbreak started. That's all I can remember besides the fact the military base has armed troops and tanks. Reply

      Sounds like "Plague" episode of Generator Rex

      You should check the old queries before reposting them

      I answered that yesterday. I've got something for the wishlist, now. (PM when you get a query answered like when people reply to your comments on Reddit.)