Cartoon Sushi (1997–1998)

Here Comes the Pun 

In "Beat the Meatles", The Beatles are parodied. In "Science Facts!", a mayfly with a lifespan of two hours desperately tries to find a mate before time runs out. In "Ultracity 6060", Iria ... See full summary »

Writers:

Keith Alcorn (segment), Dave Hughes (segment) | 1 more credit »

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Episode credited cast:
Dave Avellone Dave Avellone ... Narrator (segment "Robin") (voice)
Merle Becker Merle Becker ... Fly Girl (segment "Science Facts!") (voice)
Lisa Kathleen Collins Lisa Kathleen Collins ... (segment "Ultracity 6060") (voice) (as Lisa Collins)
Todd Hanson Todd Hanson ... (segment "Frogg's Trip to the Sun") (voice)
Chris Hardwick ... Screams (segment "Performance Art Starring Chainsaw Bob") (voice)
Matt Harrigan Matt Harrigan ... (segment "Ultracity 6060") (voice)
Tim Hatcher Tim Hatcher ... Narrator (segment "Beat the Meatles") (voice)
Rich Hutchman ... Factory Worker (segment "Frogg's Trip to the Sun") (voice)
Adam Lane Adam Lane ... (segment "Sea Slugs") (voice)
David Lavender David Lavender ... Mayfly (segment "Science Facts!") (voice)
Mike Libonati Mike Libonati ... (segment "Sea Slugs") (voice) (as Michael Libotani)
Ted Minoff Ted Minoff ... Telemarketer (segment "Science Facts!") (voice)
Greg Pair Greg Pair ... Bouncer (segment "Science Facts!") (voice)
Wade Sheeler Wade Sheeler ... (segment "Sea Slugs") (voice)
Ed Shively Ed Shively ... Screams (segment "Performance Art Starring Chainsaw Bob") (voice)
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In "Beat the Meatles", The Beatles are parodied. In "Science Facts!", a mayfly with a lifespan of two hours desperately tries to find a mate before time runs out. In "Ultracity 6060", Iria takes a trip to the mall, all while being chased by laser-shooting pods. In "Performance Art starring Chainsaw Bob", a chainsaw-wielding performer cuts, skins, and mutilates various people. In "Zerox & Mylar", a cat tries to lure a mouse out of its alcove with a female mouse puppet, but the plan backfires when the mouse goes to bed with the puppet. In "Robin", the titular character goes to the dentist, where the doc accidentally injects his leg with anesthesia; Robin and the dental assistant put his hand in warm water while he sleeps. And in "Frogg's Trip to the Sun", Frogg recalls his vacation on the sun. Also contains "Ye Old Woodshop", "Sea Slugs", a "Great True Moments in Rock & Roll History" about Jim Morrison, and seven "Sex & Violence" shorts by Bill Plympton. Written by Ian Lueck

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Genres:

Animation | Comedy

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Release Date:

19 June 1998 (USA) See more »

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MTV Animation See more »
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Features Here Comes the Pun (1996) See more »

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Music by Luden Barnemuende and Johanna Fetsch
[Heard during "Ultracity 6060"]
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