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Show with 4 kids who can turn into elemental monsters
The correct answer was: Gormiti: The Lords of Nature Return - I understand that you didn't get that one as it's a really underrated show.
Edited by Routeferret on Jan 15th 2020 at 9:03:15 AM
Digimon or Avatar: The Last Airbender? That's all I think, but the humans don't really transform into monsters.
Show with two aliens travelling in the galaxy.
You knew it would be ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Edited by AutisticAlivia on Jul 24th 2019 at 6:02:13 AM
Wander over Yonder
Edited by KJsixteen on Jul 24th 2019 at 2:54:54 AM
Teenagers solve mysteries at a British boarding school
House of Anubis!
Several unemployed married women’s lives are shaken by the shocking suicide of their long time friend, and the suspicious behavior of her surviving husband and son. Mystery, comedy, and romance ensue.
A wealthy businessman is arrested for various unethical dealings, leaving his family to deal with losing everything.
A dark and evil girl is always being tormented by a cheerful, ditsy girl all the time.
Nope. I was thinking Making Fiends, which only lasted for six episodes.
Edited by ProfVentie on Dec 9th 2019 at 8:02:29 AM
Sorry for the bump, but...
A cancelled cartoon about two kids dressed as superheroes, and they frequently drink slushies.
Edited by ProfVentie on Jan 15th 2020 at 10:06:24 AM
Fanboy and Chum Chum
Reclusive weirdo invites children into his factory then disposes of them one by one.
Edited by Routeferret on Jan 15th 2020 at 8:40:35 PM
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory or one of it's many adaptations.
You know that Tumblr post that's like "I fought God in a 7/11 parking lot"? It's basically that, but with vampires and angels and unkillable cowboys from hell.
Edited by trashconverters on Jan 15th 2020 at 11:28:01 PM
Superpowers aren't important, only muscles, being popular, and self-improvement are important. Also, salt and con men.
Edited by atiredonnie on Jan 15th 2020 at 11:20:51 AM
...Mob Psycho 100?
Young man declares that he'll murder all the tol cannibals and then proceeds to murder everyone except the tol cannibals.
Eh, close enough. It was Attack on Titan.
Edited by unfortunatezorua on Jan 15th 2020 at 11:44:15 PM
Wager your money and answer it with a question.
What is Jeopardy!, yes.
Edited by dave_the_assassin on Jan 15th 2020 at 11:23:52 PM
Teenagers do stupid teenage shit while Northern Irish politics happens in the background.
Nope. It's actually Derry Girls
Edited by trashconverters on Jan 20th 2020 at 9:47:47 PM
Does it have to do with Bill and Ted?
A game show in which two teams of kids have to search for hidden objects in a picture. The team that finds the most has to find more objects based on clues in a two-story mansion, one in each room.
Since nobody's going to answer, I'll just say the answer: Finders Keepers.
There is a hugely famous restaurant, and almost everyone in the city makes that restaurant their priority. It's even famous for the infamous restaurant that's right across from it. The reason for this is because their special has a recipe that's kept hidden away, even from the public. The owner of the infamous restaurant will do anything to get his hands on that recipe, even kill. But the CEO of the famous restaurant has a plan every time, so the adversary never gets the chance to get the recipe.
Edited by ProfVentie on Feb 14th 2020 at 12:10:26 PM
Kid gets stung to death for his girlfriend.
Yeah, it's wrong. The correct answer was My Girl.
Edited by Routeferret on Feb 14th 2020 at 10:40:25 AM
I know this probably isn’t it because of the word “kid,” but man, the Futurama episode “The Sting” fits almost too perfectly.
A young girl hires a diminutive mercenary to help her find her missing father. (IN SPACE!)
Bounty Hamster. Which, aside from the space bit and the merc in question, basically has the same setup as True Grit, in both book and movie form.
Edited by Tre on Feb 14th 2020 at 11:16:45 AM
Way too hard, so I'll just say it's Guardians of the Galaxy with a female human protagonist.
If you mean the 2019 TV series, yes.
Edited by AmourMitts on Feb 14th 2020 at 7:46:21 AM
Two words: talking fruits.
Edited by ProfVentie on Feb 15th 2020 at 9:02:53 AM
It's a bit vague, but I'll go with The Annoying Orange.
Two detectives investigate way too many murders in a collection of villages.
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