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Could you be remembering a bit of Teddy Ruxpin? Admittedly it's not a Movie, but the intro might fit. It has got a bear and a rainbow waterfall, and something flying, even if it is not a carpet: ...


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Was it Gummi Bears by Disney? I remember lots of rainbows and bears there.


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Possibly the Australian show Wicked Science from 2004-2006 about two blonde teens who both suddenly become geniuses and battle eachother with scientific inventions: Toby Johnson is regular easy-going student struggling with homework and girls. Elizabeth Hawke is the Teacher's pet. Nobody at school likes her and the only person she likes is Toby. One day ...


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Shaka Zulu, maybe? wiki: Shaka Zulu (1986) is a television series directed by William C. Faure and written by Joshua Sinclair for the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), based on Sinclair's novel of the same name (1985). It is based on the story of the king of the Zulu, Shaka (reign, 1816 to 1828), and the writings of the British ...


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Was it perhaps the TV series of "The Powers of Matthew Star" ? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Powers_of_Matthew_Star


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It's an episode from the 1st season of the X-Files, "Born Again" which aired April 22, 1994. Episode Summary: After a detective and his former partner die in unexplained circumstances, the accidents are linked to a little girl who witnessed both deaths and Mulder believes that she may be the reincarnation of a policeman murdered by his colleagues. ...


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Sounds like Holly's Heroes from Australia that aired in 2005: Holly McKenzie is a 14-year-old New Zealander who moves to the Australian seaside town of Woolich with her family. When her dreams of playing basketball with the local team the "Rams" are quickly shattered, Holly is determined to prove her ability by forming her own team, the "Outlaws". ...


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could it be this cutaway on Family Guy?


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This is an extreme longshot, especially as I think that visakh would have mentioned if the show was puppet based, but there was an episode of a 60s British childrens' Sci Fi series that used puppets a la Thunderbirds (in fact same people just earlier) that featured the character being put on trial on a planet of robots- complete with robo jury and judge and ...


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This sounds like the Bionic Woman season 2 episode Biofeedback from 1977: Jaime teams up with Darwin Jones, an expert in meditation and biofeedback to stop his brother Payton from selling a code analyzer to foreign powers. If they get their hands on the analyzer, the identities of every OSI agent are at stake. In the episode, Darwin is able to slow ...


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Possibly Beavis and Butthead's "Die, Fly, Die!" The guys are watching TV when a fly comes in they don't notice it until it lands on Beavis. So they decide to kill it but they fail at punching and kicking it then Butt-head says they need weapons, so Beavis takes a shovel and Butt-head takes a hammer. But Butt-head destroys their lamp and their ...


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Possibly Dr. Weird from Aqua Teen Hunger Force. Here's a compilation of his 'Behold' cold-opens [WARNING: gets a bit gory near the end]: Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz from Phineas and Ferb ...


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Sounds like High Incident from 1996-1997, though it lasted 2 seasons. In the finale called Shootout: A botched bank job turns deadly when civilians and outgunned ECPD officers are trapped in the line of fire by robbers armed with military-assault weapons. Officer Lenny Gayer is shot a mile from the scene by a stray bullet, causing paralysis from the ...


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This could be the Smallville episode Abandoned (Season 10, Episode 8). From an online recap: Lois is unpacking a box when Clark comes in. He notes that she's reluctant to admit that she moved in, and Lois explains that the box contains her mother's keepsakes, and her father sent her to them. Her mother, Ella, gave them to Lois after she found she had ...


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A friend pointed me to the answer, it's the Pirate Islands series produced by Australian channel Network Ten in 2003: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0307803/ A freak accident sends three Australian kids into a computer-generated world of pirates and swashbuckling heroes. The kids must help a group of adventurers find a buried treasure and a way back to ...


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Are you possibly talking about Al Delvecchio from Arnold's Diner in Happy Days? From TVTropes: Catch Phrase: "Yeeppp, yep, yep, yep, yep, yep..." whenever he was disappointed or things did not go his way. Here's his pic and audio clip (it's also seen in the end of Weezer's famous video for Buddy Holly): ...


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I rechecked the details of the episode, I can even place a "ship in space"-interpretation now. It does sound like the Season 1 final of "Sailor Moon". The girls there arrive on an icy plain (actually, the north pole, which is why the "space" part made me unsure) via a gate, the visuals ARE fitting for "ship in space" in quiet a few places, they all do die, ...



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