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moyes
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06:07:50 PM Dec 28th 2013
I am trying to remember an animation (kid's cartoon series) that had time travel or portals in it. You might call it guilt free time travel because the characters (some badgers/racoons or beavers - not sure on the critters) could zap into different eras or places without any device or with out any provisos (you know no wicked person who placed rules on the event) They just said 'I know the answer' or something equally common place and they were transported to a time and place different to the one they were in. It was wacky in the Catdog sense of wacky. It was on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation kids show in about 2010. I though it may have been Angry Beavers but have just watched a few reruns and see that TV and film are used a lot to 'transport' our, the audiences attention but not necessarily the characters physical form. Was it this show or was there something else about at the time? At the time the world was awash with portals in kids animation. But this one with no rhyme or reason to the trickery was fresh. Please help.
Telcontar
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01:47:06 AM Dec 29th 2013
moyes
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06:07:45 PM Dec 28th 2013
I am trying to remember an animation (kid's cartoon series) that had time travel or portals in it. You might call it guilt free time travel because the characters (some badgers/racoons or beavers - not sure on the critters) could zap into different eras or places without any device or with out any provisos (you know no wicked person who placed rules on the event) They just said 'I know the answer' or something equally common place and they were transported to a time and place different to the one they were in. It was wacky in the Catdog sense of wacky. It was on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation kids show in about 2010. I though it may have been Angery Beavers but have just watched a few reruns and see that TV and film are used a lot to 'transport' our, the audiences attention but not necessarily the characters physical form. Was it this show or was there something else about at the time? At the time the world was awash with portals in kids animation. But this one with no rhyme or reason to the trickery was fresh. Please help.
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