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You're looking for the Gummi Bears, an animated show from the 80s and early 90s. The potion that they drank which enabled them to bounce away from their enemies was called Gummiberry Juice. Here's the intro and its catchy theme song: ...


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Sounds like you're after 90s kids show Van-Pires (seriously), which was one of the first shows to incorporate a large amount of CGI with live action and is about about teens hanging out in a junkyard who can turn into cars: The Van-Pires [...] stories center on a group of human teenagers who protect and defend the world from evil anthropomorphized ...


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This could very well be Pucca. Similarities: Started airing in 2006. Main character is a girl who has a hopeless crush on a boy Said boy (Garu) is a ninja in training There's an older character called Uncle Dumpling Colorful, Asian-style animation The characters have large, round heads and look very much like the Powerpuff Girls. Here's the intro: ...


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You're looking for UK sci-fi mini-series The Infinite Worlds of H.G. Wells from 2001, a historical 6-episode show based on the stories of H.G. Wells with him as the protagonist that investigates paranormal events with his girlfriend, teacher and scientist Jane Robbins. It includes: A truth serum released into London's water supply (Ep. 6, The Stolen ...


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I think you are talking about Coke Studio (India). Currently its 4th season is running on MTV. It show re-composition of popular/non-popular songs, from folk to rap it covers variety of different music. Here is one song from the show: ...


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Sounds like Travel Sick that aired on Comedy Central in 2001-2002: It placed UK writer Grub Smith in a different region of the world in each episode. In each destination, he was asked to complete five undesirable challenges posed by the show's producers. If he failed a challenge, he was forced to perform something unpleasant called a "forfeit". The more ...


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Tenchi Muyo! involves several women who are interested in a guy. There involves an older man who is usually knowledgeable in martial arts, but often provides comic relief, likely through food. It appeared on Toonami around 2000. for some reason, I feel this would be the closest to what you described,however I would hardly consider the writing to be clever. ...


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Sounds to me like the Upside Down Show. The plot of each episode concerned two brothers, Shane and David, who were trying to go to a particular location. They would end up taking "wrong turns" (which were usually doors in their own house) and end up in other rooms, like the basketball room, the orange room, the hairbrush room, etc before finally getting to ...



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