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Kids World's Adventures of Full House (TV Series)

Kids World's Adventures of Full House

Kids World's Adventures of Full House is the Kids World's Adventures TV series planned by 20th Universal Goodtimes Century Paramount Productions and DivX Productions. It's unknown if the show will be shown on YouTube and Google Drive.

PlotEdit

After his wife is killed in a car accident, news anchorman Danny Tanner recruits his brother-in-law Jesse Katsopolis (a rock musician) and best friend Joey Gladstone (who works as a stand-up comedian) to help raise his three young daughters: 10-year-old D.J., 5-year-old Stephanie, and 10-month-old Michelle, in his San Francisco home. Over time, the three men as well as the children bond and become closer to one another.


In season two, Danny is reassigned from his duties as sports anchor by his television station to become co-host of a local morning television show, Wake Up, San Francisco, and is teamed up with Nebraska native Rebecca Donaldson. Jesse and Becky eventually fall in love, and get married in season four. In season five, Becky gives birth to twin sons, Nicky and Alex and especially Aaron, Teddy, Derek, Lisa, Denise, Harry Takayama, Rusty, Walter and the group.

EpisodesEdit

All episodes of Kids World's Adventures of Full House (TV Series) are followed in every Kids World's Adventures movie By 20th Universal Goodtimes Century Paramount Productions (20thUGCPP).

SeasonsEdit

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Title Directed by Written by Original air date
1 1 "Our Very First Show" Joel Zwick Jeff Franklin September 22, 1987
2 2 "Our Very First Night" Joel Zwick Jeff Franklin September 25, 1987
3 3 "The First Day of School" Richard Correll Lenny Ripps October 2, 1987
4 4 "The Return of Grandma" Joel Zwick Russell Marcus October 9, 1987
5 5 "Sea Cruise" Tom Trbovich Story by: Lenny Ripps

Teleplay by: Russell Marcus & Jeff Franklin

October 16, 1987
6 6 "Daddy's Home" Howard Storm Joan Brooker & Nancy Eddo October 30, 1987
7 7 "Knock Yourself Out" Joel Zwick Jeff Franklin November 6, 1987
8 8 "Jesse's Girl" Jeff Franklin & Don Van Atta Jeff Franklin November 13, 1987
9 9 "The Miracle of Thanksgiving" Peter Baldwin Jeff Franklin & Russell Marcus November 20, 1987
10 10 "Joey's Place" Don Barnhart Story by: Russell Marcus

Teleplay by: Jeff Franklin & Lenny Ripps

December 4, 1987
11 11 "The Big Three-O" Howard Storm Gene Braunstein & Bob Perlow December 11, 1987
12 12 "Our Very First Promo" Richard Correll Story by: Russell Marcus & Ron Morgrove

Teleplay by: Lenny Ripps & Aurthur Silver

December 18, 1987
13 13 "Sisterly Love" Lee Shallat Lenny Ripps January 8, 1988
14 14 "Half a Love Story" Howard Storm Jeff Franklin & Russell Marcus January 15, 1988
15 15 "A Pox in Our House" Joel Zwick Lenny Ripps January 29, 1988
16 16 "But Seriously, Folks" Joel Zwick Russell Marcus February 5, 1988
17 17 "Danny's Very First Date" Joel Zwick Jeff Franklin February 12, 1988
18 18 "Just One of the Guys" Lee Shallat Lenny Ripps March 4, 1988
19 19 "The Seven-Month Itch" (Part 1) Lee Shallat Jeff Franklin March 11, 1988
20 20 "The Seven-Month Itch" (Part 2) Russ Petranto Story by: Rob Edwards & Russell Marcus

Teleplay by: Kim Weiskopf & Lenny Ripps

March 18, 1988
21 21 "Mad Money" Jeff Franklin Rob Edwards April 29, 1988
22 22 "D.J. Tanner's Day Off" Joel Zwick Kim Weiskopf & Michael S. Baser May 6, 1988
23 1 "Cutting It Close" Joel Zwick Jeff Franklin October 14, 1988
24 2 "Tanner vs. Gibbler" John Bowab Lenny Ripps October 21, 1988
25 3 "It's Not My Job" Joel Zwick Jeff Franklin October 28, 1988
26 4 "D.J.'s Very First Horse" Lee Shalatt Bob Fraser & Rob Dames November 4, 1988
27 5 "Jingle Hell" Peter Baldwin Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler November 11, 1988
28 6 "Beach Boy Bingo" Steve Zuckerman Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler November 18, 1988
29 7 "Joey Gets Tough" Jeff Franklin Lenny Ripps November 25, 1988
30 8 "Triple Date" Peter Baldwin Jeff Franklin December 9, 1988
31 9 "Our Very First Christmas Show" John Bowab Kim Weiskopf December 16, 1988
32 10 "Middle Age Crazy" Peter Baldwin Lawrence E. Hartstein & Richard H. Rossner January 6, 1989
33 11 "A Little Romance" John Bowab Bob Fraser & Rob Dames January 13, 1989
34 12 "Fogged In" Joel Zwick Kim Weiskopf January 20, 1989
35 13 "Working Mothers" Peter Balwin Jeff Franklin February 3, 1989
36 14 "Little Shop of Sweaters" Peter Baldwin Lenny Ripps February 10, 1989
37 15 "Pal Joey" John Bowab Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler February 17, 1989
38 16 "Baby Love" Peter Baldwin Jeff Franklin February 24, 1989
39 17 "El Problema Grande de D.J." Bill Foster Bob Fraser & Rob Dames March 10, 1989
40 18 "Goodbye Mr. Bear" Jack Shea Kim Weiskopf & Jeff Franklin March 24, 1989
41 19 "Blast From the Past" Tom Rickard Lenny Ripps April 7, 1989
42 20 "I'm There for You, Babe" Jack Shea Kim Weiskopf April 14, 1989
43 21 "Luck Be a Lady" (Part 1) Bill Foster Story by: Bob Fraser & Rob Dames

Teleplay by: Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler

April 28, 1989
44 22 "Luck Be a Lady" (Part 2) Bill Foster Story by: Bob Fraser & Rob Dames

Teleplay by: Lawrence E. Hartstein & Richard H. Rossner

May 5, 1989
45 1 "Tanner's Island" Bill Foster Jeff Franklin September 22, 1989
46 2 "Back to School Blues" Bill Foster Jeff Franklin September 29, 1989
47 3 "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do" Bill Foster Jeff Franklin October 6, 1989
48 4 "Nerd for a Day" Bill Foster Lenny Ripps October 13, 1989
49 5 "Granny Tanny" Bill Foster Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler October 20, 1989
50 6 "Star Search" Bill Foster Kim Weiskopf November 3, 1989
51 7 "And They Call It Puppy Love" Bill Foster Rob Dames November 10, 1989
52 8 "Divorce Court" Jeff Franklin Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler November 17, 1989
53 9 "Dr. Dare Rides Again" Bill Foster Rob Dames November 24, 1989
54 10 "The Greatest Birthday on Earth" Bill Foster Jeff Franklin December 1, 1989
55 11 "Aftershocks" Bill Foster Jeff Franklin and Lenny Ripps December 8, 1989
56 12 "Joey & Stacey and...Oh, Yeah, Jesse" Bill Foster Doug McIntyre December 15, 1989
57 13 "No More Mr. Dumb Guy" Bill Foster Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler January 5, 1990
58 14 "Misadventures in Babysitting" Bill Foster Shari Scharfer & Julie Strassman January 12, 1990
59 15 "Lust in the Dust" Tom Rickard Bobby Fine & Gigi Vorgan January 26, 1990
60 16 "Bye, Bye Birdie" Jeff Franklin Lenny Ripps February 2, 1990
61 17 "13 Candles" Bill Foster Kim Weiskopf February 9, 1990
62 18 "Mr. Egghead" Bill Foster Rob Dames February 16, 1990
63 19 "Those Better Not Be the Days" Bill Foster Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler February 23, 1990
64 20 "Honey, I Broke the House" Bill Foster Kim Weiskopf March 9, 1990
65 21 "Just Say No Way" Jeff Franklin Jeff Franklin March 30, 1990
66 22 "Three Men and Another Baby" Bill Foster Lenny Ripps April 13, 1990
67 23 "Fraternity Reunion" Bill Foster David Ketchum & Tony DiMarco April 27, 1990
68 24 "Our Very First Telethon" Bill Foster Lenny Ripps and Shari Scharfer & Julie Strassman May 4, 1990
69 1 "Greek Week" Joel Zwick Jeff Franklin September 21, 1990
70 2 "Crimes and Michelle's Demeanor" Joel Zwick Scott Spencer Gordon September 28, 1990
71 3 "The I.Q. Man" Joel Zwick Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler October 5, 1990
72 4 "Slumber Party" Joel Zwick Martie Cook October 12, 1990
73 5 "Good News, Bad News" Joel Zwick Ellen Guylas October 19, 1990
74 6 "A Pinch for a Pinch" Joel Zwick Charles A. Pratt, Jr. October 26, 1990
75 7 "Viva Las Joey" Joel Zwick Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler November 2, 1990
76 8 "Shape Up" Joel Zwick Jeff Franklin November 9, 1990
77 9 "One Last Kiss" Joel Zwick Leslie Ray & David Steven Simon November 16, 1990
78 10 "Terror in Tanner Town" Joel Zwick Boyd Hale November 23, 1990
79 11 "Secret Admirer" Joel Zwick Ellen Guylas December 7, 1990
80 12 "Danny in Charge" Joel Zwick Story by: Stacey Hur

Teleplay by: Boyd Hale & Scott Spencer Gordon

December 14, 1990
81 13 "Happy New Year" Joel Zwick Jeff Franklin December 28, 1990
82 14 "Working Girl" Joel Zwick Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler January 4, 1991
83 15 "Ol' Brown Eyes" Joel Zwick Ellen Guylas & Boyd Hale January 11, 1991
84 16 "Stephanie Gets Framed" Joel Zwick Doug McIntyre January 25, 1991
85 17 "A Fish Called Martin" Joel Zwick Leslie Ray & David Steven Simon February 1, 1991
86 18 "The Wedding" (Part 1) Joel Zwick Jeff Franklin February 8, 1991
87 19 "The Wedding" (Part 2) Joel Zwick Jeff Franklin February 15, 1991
88 20 "Fuller House" Joel Zwick Leslie Ray & David Steven Simon February 22, 1991
89 21 "The Hole-in-the-Wall Gang" Joel Zwick Craig Heller & Guy Schulman March 1, 1991
90 22 "Stephanie Plays the Field" Joel Zwick Mark Fink March 8, 1991
91 23 "Joey Goes Hollywood" Joel Zwick Leslie Ray & David Steven Simon March 29, 1991
92 24 "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" Joel Zwick Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler April 1, 1991
93 25 "The Graduates" Joel Zwick Ellen Guylas April 26, 1991
94 26 "Rock the Cradle" Joel Zwick Boyd Hale May 3, 1991
95 1 "Double Trouble" Joel Zwick Jeff Franklin September 17, 1991
96 2 "Matchmaker Michelle" Joel Zwick Ellen Guylas September 24, 1991
97 3 "Take My Sister, Please" Joel Zwick Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler October 1, 1991
98 4 "Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Little Girl Gone?" Joel Zwick Mark Fink October 8, 1991
99 5 "The King and I" Joel Zwick David Pollock & Elias Davis October 15, 1991
100 6 "The Legend of Ranger Joe" Joel Zwick Boyd Hale October 22, 1991
101 7 "The Volunteer" Joel Zwick Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler October 29, 1991
102 8 "Gotta Dance" Joel Zwick Stacey Hur November 5, 1991
103 9 "Happy Birthday, Babies" (Part 1) Jeff Franklin Jeff Franklin November 12, 1991
104 10 "Happy Birthday, Babies" (Part 2) Joel Zwick Jeff Franklin November 12, 1991
105 11 "Nicky and/or Alexander" Joel Zwick Ellen Guylas November 19, 1991
106 12 "Bachelor of the Month" Joel Zwick Tom Burkhard November 26, 1991
107 13 "Easy Rider" Joel Zwick Story by: Martie Cook

Teleplay by: Jeff Schimmel

December 3, 1991
108 14 "Sisters in Crime" Joel Zwick Boyd Hale December 17, 1991
109 15 "Play It Again, Jesse" Joel Zwick Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler January 7, 1992
110 16 "Crushed" Joel Zwick Diana "Jennie" Ayers & Susan Sebastian January 14, 1992
111 17 "Spellbound" Joel Zwick Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler January 28, 1992
112 18 "Too Much Monkey Business" Joel Zwick David Pollock February 11, 1992
113 19 "The Devil Made Me Do It" Joel Zwick Story by: Nicolas Wall & Jane Paris

Teleplay by: Elias Davis

February 18, 1992
114 20 "Driving Miss D.J." Joel Zwick Mark Fink February 25, 1992
115 21 "Yours, Mine, and Ours" Bill Petty Stacey Hur March 3, 1992
116 22 "The Trouble with Danny" Joel Zwick Ellen Guylas & David Pollock March 17, 1992
117 23 "Five's a Crowd" Joel Zwick Ellen Guylas March 31, 1992
118 24 "Girls Will Be Boys" Joel Zwick Tom Burkhard & Stacey Hur April 28, 1992
119 25 "Captain Video" (Part 1) Joel Zwick Mark Fink & Boyd Hale May 5, 1992
120 26 "Captain Video" (Part 2) Joel Zwick Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler May 12, 1992
121 1 "Come Fly With Me" Joel Zwick Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler September 22, 1992
122 2 "The Long Goodbye" Joel Zwick Ellen Guylas September 29, 1992
123 3 "Road to Tokyo" Joel Zwick Ken Hecht October 6, 1992
124 4 "Radio Days" Richard Correll Tom Burkhard October 13, 1992
125 5 "Lovers and Other Tanners" Joel Zwick Jay Abramowitz October 20, 1992
126 6 "Educating Jesse" Joel Zwick Tom Burkhard October 27, 1992
127 7 "Trouble in Twin Town" Joel Zwick Ellen Guylas November 10, 1992
128 8 "The Play's the Thing" Joel Zwick Tom Amundsen November 17, 1992
129 9 "Nice Guys Finish First" Joel Zwick Jamie Tatham & Chuck Tatham November 24, 1992
130 10 "I'm Not D.J." Richard Correll Sarit Katz & Gloria Ketterer December 1, 1992
131 11 "Designing Mothers" Joel Zwick Sarit Katz & Gloria Ketterer December 8, 1992
132 12 "A Very Tanner Christmas" Joel Zwick Jay Abramowitz December 15, 1992
133 13 "The Dating Game" Joel Zwick Jerry Winnick January 5, 1993
134 14 "Birthday Blues" John Tracy Mark Fink January 19, 1993
135 15 "Be True to Your Preschool" Joel Zwick Tom Amundsen January 26, 1993
136 16 "The Heartbreak Kid" Joel Zwick Cathy Jung February 9, 1993
137 17 "Silence is Not Golden" Joel Zwick Ken Hecht February 16, 1993
138 18 "Please Don't Touch the Dinosaur" John Tracy Jamie Tatham & Chuck Tatham February 23, 1993
139 19 "Subterranean Graduation Blues" John Tracy Story by: Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler

Teleplay by: Tom Burkhard

March 2, 1993
140 20 "Grand Gift Auto" John Tracy Ellen Guylas March 16, 1993
141 21 "Room for One More?" Tom Rickard Story by: Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler

Teleplay by: Stacey Hur

April 6, 1993
142 22 "Prom Night" Joel Zwick Adrienne Armstrong & Martie Cook May 4, 1993
143 23 "The House Meets the Mouse" (Part 1) Joel Zwick Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler May 11, 1993
144 24 "The House Meets the Mouse" (Part 2) Joel Zwick Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler May 18, 1993
145 1 "It Was a Dark and Stormy Night" John Tracy Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler September 14, 1993
146 2 "The Apartment" John Tracy Tom Burkhard September 21, 1993
147 3 "Wrong-Way Tanner" John Tracy Jamie Tatham & Chuck Tatham September 28, 1993
148 4 "Tough Love" Joel Zwick Ellen Guylas October 5, 1993
149 5 "Fast Friends" John Tracy Bob Sand October 12, 1993
150 6 "Smash Club: The Next Generation" John Tracy Carolyn Omine October 19, 1993
151 7 "High Anxiety" John Tracy Tom Amundsen October 26, 1993
152 8 "Another Opening, Another No Show" Joel Zwick Story by: Elias Davis

Teleplay by: Tom Burkhard

November 2, 1993
153 9 "The Day of the Rhino" James O'Keefe Adam I. Lapidus November 9, 1993
154 10 "The Prying Game" John Tracy Ellen Guylas November 16, 1993
155 11 "The Bicycle Thief" John Tracy Chuck Tatham & Jamie Tatham November 23, 1993
156 12 "Support Your Local Parents" James O'Keefe Bob Sand November 30, 1993
157 13 "The Perfect Couple" John Tracy Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler December 14, 1993
158 14 "Is It True About Stephanie?" Joel Zwick Carolyn Omine January 4, 1994
159 15 "The Test" John Tracy Dan Chasin & Linda Lane January 11, 1994
160 16 "Joey's Funny Valentine" John Tracy Adam I. Lapidus January 25, 1994
161 17 "The Last Dance" John Tracy Tom Amundsen February 8, 1994
162 18 "Kissing Cousins" John Tracy Tom Burkhard February 15, 1994
163 19 "Love on the Rocks" Tom Rickard Ellen Guylas March 1, 1994
164 20 "Michelle a la Carte" John Tracy Cathy Jung March 15, 1994
165 21 "Be Your Own Best Friend" Joel Zwick Story by: Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler

Teleplay by: Tom Amundsen & Ellen Guylas

April 5, 1994
166 22 "A Date with Fate" Joel Zwick Story by: Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler

Teleplay by: Bob Sand & Chuck Tatham & Jamie Tatham

May 3, 1994
167 23 "Too Little Richard Too Late" John Tracy Story by: Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler

Teleplay by: Elias Davis

May 10, 1994
168 24 "A House Divided" Joel Zwick Story by: Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler

Teleplay by: Tom Burkhard & Adam I. Lapidus & Carolyn Omine

May 17, 1994
169 1 "Comet's Excellent Adventure" Joel Zwick Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler September 27, 1994
170 2 "Breaking Away" Joel Zwick Tom Amundsen October 4, 1994
171 3 "Making Out is Hard to Do" Joel Zwick Carolyn Omine October 11, 1994
172 4 "I've Got a Secret" Joel Zwick Ellen Guylas October 18, 1994
173 5 "To Joey, With Love" Joel Zwick Jamie Tatham & Chuck Tatham October 25, 1994
174 6 "You Pet It, You Bought It" Joel Zwick Greg Fields November 1, 1994
175 7 "On the Road Again" Tom Rickard Ellen Guylas November 8, 1994
176 8 "Claire and Present Danger" Joel Zwick Tom Amundsen November 22, 1994
177 9 "Stephanie's Wild Ride" John Tracy Adam I. Lapidus November 29, 1994
178 10 "Under the Influence" John Tracy Adam I. Lapidus December 6, 1994
179 11 "Arrest Ye Merry Gentlemen" John Tracy Carolyn Omine December 13, 1994
180 12 "D.J.'s Choice" John Tracy Mark Fink January 3, 1995
181 13 "The Producer" James O'Keefe Diana Darby January 10, 1995
182 14 "Super Bowl Fun Day" Joel Zwick Jamie Tatham & Chuck Tatham January 25, 1995
183 15 "My Left and Right Foot" Tom Rickard Ellen Guylas January 31, 1995
184 16 "Air Jesse" Joel Zwick Laurie Parres February 7, 1995
185 17 "Dateless in San Francisco" (crossover) Joel Zwick Greg Fields February 14, 1995
186 18 "We Got the Beat" John Tracy Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler February 21, 1995
187 19 "Taking the Plunge" John Tracy Tom Amundsen February 28, 1995
188 20 "Up on the Roof" John Tracy Story by: David Valliere

Teleplay by: Matt Miller & Barrie Nedler

March 14, 1995
189 21 "Leap of Faith" Joel Zwick Chuck Tatham & Jamie Tatham March 21, 1995
190 22 "All Stood Up" Joel Zwick Story by: Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler

Teleplay by: Carolyn Omine & Adam I. Lapidus

April 4, 1995
191 23 "Michelle Rides Again" (Part 1) Joel Zwick Story by: Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler

Teleplay by: Adam I. Lapidus

May 23, 1995
192 24 "Michelle Rides Again" (Part 2) (crossover) Joel Zwick Story by: Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler

Teleplay by: Carolyn Omine

May 23, 1995

The Episodes Are Going To Be Followed In Every Kids World's Adventures Movie By 20th Universal Goodtimes Century Paramount Productions

TriviaEdit

  • Alvin Seville, Baby Bugs Bunny, Baby Kermit, Winnie The Pooh, Tiana, Charlie Brown, Reese Ambler, Rydell, the Kids Next Door, Numbuh 362, Ash and his friends, Littlefoot and his friends, Scooby-Doo and the gang, Scrappy-Doo, the Tom and Jerry kids, Tarzan and his family, Simba, Nala, Timon, Pumbaa, Timmy Turner, Cosmo, Wanda, Chester, AJ, Elmer, Sanjay, Trixie Tang, Dr. Rabbit and Dr. Brushwell, Ronald McDonald and his friends, Littlefoot, Cera, Ducky, Petrie, Spike, SpongeBob SquarePants, Patrick Star, Bloom, Stella, Flora, Musa, Tecna, Layla, Roxy, Simba, Timon, Pumbaa, Zazu, Terk, Tantor, Baloo, Bagheera, King Louie, the Vultures (Buzzie, Flaps, Ziggy, and Dizzy), Jiminy Cricket, Alex, Marty, Melman, Gloria, the Penguins of Madagascar (Skipper, Kolwalski, Rico, and Private), Genie, Louis, Roger Rabbit, Danny, Sawyer, Rex, Dweeb, Woog, Esla, Rapunzel, Pascal, Flynn Rider, Maximus, Jean-Bob, Speed, Puffin, Chanticleer, Wilbur the Albatross, Owen, Lindsay, Beth, Strawberry Shortcake and her friends, Danny Phantom, Sam Manson, Tucker Foley, Jazz Fenton, Danny, Sawyer, Jean-Bob, Speed, Puffin, Rex, Dweeb, Woog, Elsa, Rapunzel, Pascal, Flynn Rider, Maximus, Chanticleer, Wilbur the Albatross, Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber, Junior Asparagus, Hercules, Megara, Philoctetes, Pegasus, Alice, Pocahontas, Meeko, Flit, Princess Aurora, Prince Phillip, Peter Pan, Tinkerbell, Rosetta, Silvermist, Idressa, Fawn, Oliver, Dodger, Lucky, Cadpig, Rolly, Spot the Chicken, Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Jessie, Tommy Pickles, Chuckie Finster, Simon, Theodore, Brittany, Huckle, Lowly, Woody Woodpecker, Ord, Cassie, Arthur Read Ash and his friends, Ronald McDonald and his friends, Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber, Junior Asparagus, Laura Carrot, Jimmy and Jerry Gourd, Mr. Nezzer, Mr. Lunt, the Powerpuff Girls (Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup), Professor Utonium, Miss Keane, Blue the Puppy, Ploka Dots, Slippery Soap, Tickety Tock, Mr. Salt, Mrs. Pepper, Paprika, Periwinkle, Roar E. Saurus, Fredrica the Birthday Girl, Zazu, Rafiki, Kovu, Kiara, Terk, Tantor, the All-Grown Up Gang, Grandpa Lou Pickles, Carly Shay, Sam Puckett, Freddie Benson, Spencer Shay, Gibby, The Gummi Bears, Scrooge McDuck, Huey, Dewey, Louie, Webby, Launchpad McQuack, Darkwing Duck, Gosalyn Mallard, Honker Muddlefoot, Chip and Dale, Gadget Hackwrench, Monterey Jack, Zipper, Lilo, Stitch, Pleakey, Jumba, the Muppets (Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo, Bean Bunny, Rowlf the Dog, Scooter, Rizzo the Rat, Waldorf and Statler, Pepe the King Prawn, Sweetums, Thog, Sam the Eagle, the Electric Mayhem and Walter), Popeye, Olive Oyl, Popeye's Nephews (Peepeye, Poopeye, Pipeye, and Pupeye), Wimpy, Mario, Luigi, Princess Toadstool, Toad, Yoshi, Donkey Kong, Diddy Kong, Sonic the Hedgehog, Miles "Tails" Prower, Knuckles the Echidna, Amy Rose, Cream the Rabbit, Cheese the Chao, Shadow the Hedgehog, Rouge the Bat, Team Chaotix (Vector the Crocodile, Espio the Chameleon, and Charmy the Bee), Silver the Hedgehog, Blaze the Cat, Spyro the Dragon, Sparx the Dragonfly, Banjo and Kazooie, The Griffins (Peter, Lois, Chris, Meg, Brian, and Stewie), Glenn Quagmire, Cleveland Brown, The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Harry Potter, Hermoine Granger, Ron Weasley, Anastasia, Alex, Marty, Melman, Gloria, the Penguins of Madagascar (Skipper, Kowalski, Rico, and Private), King Julien, Maurice, Mort, Vitaly, Gia, Stefano, Marlene, Baloo, Bagheera, King Louie, Kit Cloudkicker, Rebecca Cunningham, the Vultures, Pinocchio, Jiminy Cricket, Geppetto, Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Jessie, Hamm, Slinky Dog, Rex, Mr. Potato Head, Mrs. Potato Head, the Squeeze Toy Aliens, Bullseye, Dolly, Mr. Pricklepants, Buttercup, Trixie, Chuckles the Clown, the Incredibles (Bob, Helen, Dash, Violet, Jack-Jack, and Frozone), Cinderella, Snow White, Ariel, Sebastian, Belle, Lumiere, Cogsworth, Mrs. Potts, Chip the Cup, Aladdin, Princess Jasmine, Genie, Abu, Mulan, Mushu, Cri-Kee, Pocahontas, Meeko, Flit, Princess Aurora, Princess Tiana, Louis, Rapunzel, Flynn Rider, Pascal, Maximus, Princess Merida, Peter Pan, Tinker Bell, Terence, Fawn, Rosetta, Silvermist, Iridessa, Vidia, Lucky, Cadpig, Rolly, Spot the Chicken, Alice, Hercules, Megara, Phlioctetes, Pegasus, Phineas and Ferb, Candace Flynn, Isabella Garcia-Shapiro, Stacy Hirano, Buford, Baljeet, Perry the Platypus, Kids World's Adventures Team, and the characters will guest star in this show.

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