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Is the TV show The Weekenders on DVD?
The entire show is now available on DVD on two volume sets sold exclusively through the Disney Movie Club and Disney Movie eBay shop, which makes The Weekenders the first Disney animated television show to have a full release on DVD.
What was the theme song to The Weekenders?
Premise. The show’s theme song, “Livin’ for the Weekend”, was performed by Wayne Brady and written by Brady and Roger Neill.
What was the running gag in The Weekenders?
A running gag in each episode is that when the group goes out for pizza, the restaurant they go to has a different theme each time, such as a prison, where each table is its own cell, or the American Revolution, where the waiters look like the Founding Fathers and give rousing speeches about the pizzas.
When did The Weekenders move to Toon Disney?
In September 2002, the series moved to Toon Disney, and new episodes began airing on October 19, finishing on February 29, 2004. Reruns of the series continued to air on Toon Disney from 2004 to 2006, and also on Disney Channel in 2003.
The entire show is now available on DVD on two volume sets sold exclusively through the Disney Movie Club. Volume One includes the first 20 episodes while Volume Two covers the final 19 episodes, making The Weekenders the first Disney TV Animation show to be fully released onto DVD.
Who are the voice actors in The Weekenders?
The Weekenders was a Disney animated series about the weekend life of four diverse misfit 7th graders in middle school: Tino Tonitini, Lor McQuarrie, Carver Descartes, and Tish Katsufrakis, voiced by veteran cartoon voice-actors Jason Marsden, Grey DeLisle, Phil LaMarr, and Kath Soucie, respectively.
How old are the characters in The Weekenders?
It is stated at least once that the four main characters are each twelve years old. The setting is the fictional town of Bahia Bay, California. The show was created by Doug Langdale, who later created the Disney Channel animated series Dave the Barbarian.