Friday, January 28, 2005

AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY PIECES! Tonight Jenny shakes the dust of Tremorton off her heels and explores the world... though not by choice. Our latest and not-so-greatest supervillain from the Cluster is known as Krackus and he sends Jenny on a whirlwind trip around the globe... one piece at a time. Also up tonight, Dancing With My Shell... a must-see for you folks who want to see Jenny and Sheldon finally get together... or not. Posted by Hello

16 comments:

Kevin said...

I'll be watching! I love all four episodes so far!

Anonymous said...

Me too!!!

Anonymous said...

what i'm about to say here is very geeky but OH WELL! lol i saw every episode all except last night! i had to relair my hair and yeah but GR! i missed it! but the first new episode that premiered on monday...was it just me? or was Jenny and Brad...*shakes thought* but then Brad...shaves his hair!!! and grows it back...and then is partnered with Jenny, no more stories for him now right? hehe but still alot of things must have happened over time and yeah to many to type like Brad now-- *hands cover mouth*
midget in a black outfit: SILENCE!
me: *takes hand off* ok fine! <.< >.> BRAD DRIVES!!
midget: smooth..
me: hehe ^^ yeah well anyways i'm not missing this one, Jenny is in a mexican outfit..not that i'm against them but like yeah
Jenny: can i take it off now?
me: nope! you look better like this than in that normal outfit...
Jenny: *evil glare*
me: ..er..yeah well anyways off to watch it!...anychance of the episodes going to play again? i wanna see it again ^^

StaticH said...

wow you guys!!! this season has outdone the last one in everyway! i can't wait to to see it all again tommorow XD

tyde45 said...

Taped them all! Loved them all! Want more! Want more! *crawls back into shadows and hisses, "Without new episodes, it burns us! It burns us!"

Cyberhick said...

This episode was SO GOOD! You people have stinking OUTDONE YOURSELVES! How the heck did you manage to make such a funny cartoon?! YOU GUYS ROCK MY SOCKS!!!

Bushido Hacks said...
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Bushido Hacks said...

FINALLY! I am happy to see the mini-marathon that was on today (Saturday).

Just out of curiousity, what did you guys do this week to persuade the TV executives Viacom to quit procrasinating and air the new season?

What ever it is, keep doing it!

(Dang it! I did again! Curse my spelling!)

Glen Bosiwang said...

Oh dear... since I live in Malaysia, I only can watch Teenage Robot only on weekends. Well, that's what Nick Asia says. So, I don't basically get what you guys get in the US, right? *sniff*

- Glen!

tyde45 said...

Was Around the World in 80 Pieces originally called 'Let's Stick Together'?

Anonymous said...

my compliments to all and especailly the creator of this visual feat, the great R Renzetti. Others have good things to say about Bob also,

Try this link for an example

http://speechtherapy.mullinax.net/whbg/index.cfm?section=journal&archiveID=November2003&entryID=1110200301

red2z said...

I believe that you have outdone yourself with this episode, "Around the World in Eighty Pieces" in particular. It had an interesting story, beautiful backgrounds as always, a great soundtrack, and it was really funny. I showed it to a friend who doesn't watch the series and now he loves it. I can't wait to see more episodes from this season.

Anonymous said...

Could you post something on the influences of the art work? I thought I read some where that Old French Poster Art had something to do with it.

Glen Bosiwang said...

Oh boy! Although I won't get a chance to watch 'Around The World In Eighty Pieces' here, I would actually want to congratulate creator Mr. Rob Renzetti and his crews for making one of the best cartoons ever to grace the TV screen! Mr. Renzetti is absolutely the best, next to my favorite animation idol, Genndy Tartakovsky! Thank you!

- Glen!

Kraken-x said...

hey that mexican jenny looks different, also i'm from mexico, but i must say I've never wore one of those and i've never seen someone (well at least here) wearing one

XJWriter said...

To answer the question above, yes, "Around the World in Eighty Pieces" wasn't always called that. We change titles, according to our Executive Producer, more than any other show at Nick. We have a temp title while we're working on the show and then try to come up with something a little better before it's finalized. We had the hardest time with "Pajama Party Prankapalooza" and I still don't love the title.