Zazoo U (partially found Fox Kids animated series; 1990-1991)

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Zazoo U
Title card.
Title card.
Status Partially Found

Zazoo U was a television series that ran on Fox Kids from September 8th, 1990, to January 19th, 1991. It had a total of 13 half-hour episodes.

Premise

Zazoo U involves a higher learning institution called Zazoo U where all the people going there are animals, and the extraordinary is ordinary.[1]

Availability

Zazoo U never got a home release, and there are currently two episodes online. The rest of the episodes have remained lost

Episodes

# Episode Title Description Status
1 The Nine Mile Pile All the students arrive at Zazoo U for the first class and immediately struggle to adjust to the school and to each other. Lost
2 The Crayon Box That Talked A box of talking crayons is discovered; each crayon wants to be the greatest of the box and befriends each of the students to try to succeed. Lost
3 The Search for the Meaning of Life A troubled Tess sets out on a quest to find the meaning of life. Found
4 Yesterday's Zoo Boink, Tess and Bully search for Zazoo U's Janitor and discover a world of past bygone relics. Found
5 Is Bigger Better? The students enter a dispute about whether bigger means better. The dispute soon goes into bigger, but not better, dimensions. Lost
6 Har V and Sue Tess and Grizzle fall out as friends and vie for Boink's affections. Lost
7 Bully Loses His Temper Bully gets mad and loses his temper - an enraged miniature version of himself jumps out and storms around wreaking destruction. The class must now get the Temper back to Bully. Lost
8 Share a Chair Everybody at Zazoo U gets a special gadget-laden custom school-chair, except for Grizzle. But no one will share with him, so he gets despondent and wanders off, leading the class to search for him. Lost
9 Ms. Devine's Blues Miss Devine is dejected about her pet Rarf being unremarkable, and thus possibly a worthless nothing. Rarf goes out of his way to prove he is special to her. Lost
10 No Strings Attached Boink discovers invisible strings that can be seen only with the imagination. But he's messing around with the strings causes the laws of physics to go seriously awry. Lost
11 Money for Music The classwork to earn money to get new musical instruments. Grizzle and Tess try all sorts of money-making schemes, while Boink and Bully go around looking for donations. Lost
12 One Single Seed The school is invaded by an alien... a talent agent who's looking for the next big star. The agent himself possesses creativity, but can the others help him realize his potential? Lost
13 Boinks's Rap Everybody gets ready for the school talent show, and all sorts of incredible antics and performances are in store. But Boink gets a serious case of stage fright, so it's up to the others to coax the show's best act out of him. Lost

Videos

ToonAmp's Zazoo U review (part of History of Fox Kids review.
Theme song of the series.

References

  1. The IMDb page for Zazoo U. Retrieved 20 Nov '17

Comments


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Ryanskii

2 months ago
Score 1

Can you tell us what the series was about? Links to the found episodes Pictures History of the series

A list of what the episodes is isn't going to cut it
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AManFromDeclan

2 months ago
Score 0

There is no information on the plot of this series. And in all honesty, I'm not really sure. I guess they're all weird animals and creatures who attend this Wayside-esque school. After all, they're only TWO episodes of information.

But if you want more information, you'll have to find out the same way I did.

https://yout...GTMWQY?t=361
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ToreeBoreyAppleCorey

27 days ago
Score 0
Just put up some episode premises.
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Ryanskii

27 days ago
Score 0
Edited it so that it would fit inside the graph.
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Ryanskii

2 months ago
Score 0
Stop editing
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AManFromDeclan

2 months ago
Score 0
Why?
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Ryanskii

2 months ago
Score 0

there

the video code was wrong,

and when you add episodes, you add it to the chart
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Ryanskii

2 months ago
Score -4

Also, it is your job, as the person who WROTE the article, to explain what it is about, the story, and the development.

That doesn't mean searching through a list on YouTube and be done with it.
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AManFromDeclan

2 months ago
Score 0
I can give a completely bullshit explanation if you want.
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AManFromDeclan

2 months ago
Score 0

What about this page:

http://lostm...eries;_1997)
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AManFromDeclan

2 months ago
Score 0
I can give a completely bullshit explanation if you want.
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Ryanskii

2 months ago
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Ok cool dude, Nightmare Ned can be worked on

I am just saying that you should add more information to the article, unless there is no infomation

because if that guy could find information from his History of FOX Kids, then sure as hell you can aswell
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AManFromDeclan

2 months ago
Score 0

Most of what he talked about was more opinion than facts, aside from basic information.

Don't assume I have the skill and resources to do some journalism-level coverage on a scarce and obscure show that I'd rather be watching (if the other 11 episodes were around).

Besides, I have several other obscure shows to create articles for and bring to TLMW community's attention (since no one else has so far).

Also, Rome wasn't built in a day, but this page was built 3-4 in the morning.
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Anonymous user #1

2 months ago
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I heard this got a shortlived UK dvd release of 3 volumes with 2 episodes each. I'm assuming these were the first 6, and the two episodes we have were sourced from these.

I guess for all the arguing going on here I could explain it as an arty show with a bit of toon slapstick between quite original elements of imagination and philosophy - you can tell it was made by art students. It has a strange vibe, sometimes there's a bit too much going on, other times it's slow and pondering and thoughtful. Its characters put up with the weirdness and chaos of the school to explore concepts such as 'if everyone has a different reason to live, what is the true meaning of life?' - very different from other school shows that preferred to be more relatable. I'd like to see more.
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AManFromDeclan

2 months ago
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Same here, which why I created this article, and plan to do more with other lost shows (like Channel Umptee-3 and Brats of the Lost Nebula).
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Ryanskii

2 months ago
Score 0
CHannel Umptee-3 already has an article

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