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Toonsylvania

Season 2 1998 - 1999

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  • 1998-10-26T12:00:00Z on FOX
  • 25 mins
  • 3 hours, 20 mins (8 episodes)
  • United States
  • English
  • Animation
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8 episodes

2x01 Something Weenie This Way Comes/Ideadical Cousins/Melisserella

  • Season Premiere

    1998-10-26T12:00:00Z — 25 mins

After discovering that they are broke, Dr. Vic and Igor take jobs at Weenie on a Twig while Phil is mistaken for a video game at the local arcade; Fred and Ashley Deadman play with their French cousin who wants to get rid of Ashley and live her life; Melissa Screetch is a lazy, nasty Cinderella in this boogie-woogie take on the classic tale.

2x02 Igor's Replacement/The Deadman Bunch

  • 1998-11-09T12:00:00Z — 25 mins

Igor gets a new job with a different mad scientist after Dr. Vic refuses to give into his demands; a Brady Bunch parody starring the Deadmans.

In this parody of My Fair Lady, Igor trains Phil to be the stand-out of the Westminister Monster show after Dr. Vic refuses to let him enter; the angry villagers recite a poem about a stranger with a strange nose; Phil sings about the many brains he has in the lab and in his head.

A movie crew invades the castle and Igor, Dr. Vic, and Phil fight back; a B-movie parody where a sleepy Western town is attacked by an overgrown woman with 50 feet; Becki (the Weenie on a Twig supervisor from "Something Weenie This Way Comes") performs a piece on why she hates being on Toonsylvania.

Dr. Vic, Igor, and Phil endure a boring visit to the DMV after Dr. Vic gets a misprinted license plate; a B-movie parody in which aliens want America to switch over to the metric system; Melissa Screetch creates her own TV show where her babysitter is sent to an Alcatraz-style prison island.

Dr. Vic sells his fountain of youth potion on an infomercial; the Deadman kids are expelled for being dead; Melissa wishes for a Black Ops helicopter; Dr. Vic's maid Madame Olga sings about her secrets and dreams.

Igor, Dr. Vic, and Phil go time-traveling; Dr. Vic hosts his own cooking segment; a network censor with P.O.T.T.I (Parents Opposed To Television Inappropriateness) speaks out against the show's violent content; an Igor/Phil segment gets toned down by the censor from the previous segment; a newsreel parody shows how the Deadman family changed history; an unknown extra points out the scenes he appears in on the show; a B-movie parody about a swamp monster who wants to go on vacation.

Phil falls in love with a female monster, but Dr. Vic ends up stealing her; a parody of Shakespeare's Richard III has Igor as the protagonist; the Deadman kids fight back against their bullies; Melissa Screetch's wilderness group gets lost in the woods.

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