Kung Fu Dino Posse

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Kung Fu Dino Posse
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Genre Action
Comedy
Created by Peter M. Lenkov
Written by Paul Greenberg
John Derevlany
Peter M. Lenkov
Al Schwartz
Voices of Matthew Gorman
Laura Kolisnyk
Brent Hirose
Nolan Balzer
Simon Miron
Carey Smith
Kevin Michele
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 60
Production
Executive producer(s) Michael Hirsh
Toper Taylor
Pamela Slavin
Al Schwartz
Han-Young Kang
Moon-Ju Kang
Attila Leyai
Producer(s) Jonah Stroh
Eun-Joo Jang
Chung Bok-Lee
Andreas Drewling
Henning Westerwelle
Running time 22 minutes
Production company(s) Sunwoo Entertainment
Nerd Studios
Cookie Jar Entertainment
DACAPO Productions
Distributor DHX Media
Broadcast
Original channel CITV
Original run September 13, 2009 (2009-09-13) – 2012 (2012)

Kung Fu Dino Posse is an animated television series created by Peter M. Lenkov and produced by Sunwoo Entertainment, Sunwoo Asia-Pacific, Nerd Studios and Cookie Jar Entertainment. It premiered on CITV in the United Kingdom on September 13, 2009 at 3:30PM. It also airs on Starz Kids & Family in the United States, weekdays at 8:30AM ET/PT. It premiered on YTV in Canada on December 1, 2011.

Plot[edit]

The evil Skor has thawed out and now its up to the Kung Fu Dino Posse to stop him and his bumbling brother from discovering the magical gems hidden throughout the big city.[1]

Main Characters[edit]

Kung Fu Dino Posse[edit]

  • Kane: (voiced by Matthew Gorman) A tyrannosaurus rex, and the leader of the Posse. He is the most headstrong (perhaps too headstrong) and confident of the Posse, and his just heart won't let Skor get away with his evil plans. Sometimes, he can get a little too serious with the task at hand, and his pride can get the better of him in some situations, but he is a natural leader and will be first to the rescue when his friends are in trouble. Apparently, he prefers quieter hobbies, (previously didn't like loud music) and is still less familiar with the modern world.
  • Lucy: (voiced by Laura Kolisnyk) A triceratops, and the only girl in the Posse. She is quite resilient, calm, collected, and can follow and enforce orders from Kane without hesitation, but can be quite sarcastic. She is quite worldly and knowledgeable of the time of the dinosaurs and the modern era. She is seemingly quite into "girl stuff" in the modern era, such as having "girl talks", and her mannerisms and personality also reflect this, she sometimes gets annoyed with Jet and Chow's immature remarks or actions.
  • Jet: (voiced by Brent Hirose) A pteranodon. Comes off as the most street smart and (modern) worldly of the Posse, especially in terms of language (referring to many people as "Dudes"). He comes off as rude, somewhat of a jerk, and full of himself but can be helpful, and quick to cover up a situation with words to those who are unaware. At times, he can be quite hasty which gets him captured or into trouble, usually as a result of trying to command the Posse, and take charge from Kane.
  • Chow: (voiced by Nolan Balzer) A stegosaurus who has a voracious appetite. The largest and physically strongest dino in the Posse, and not exactly the smartest dino out there and can come off as somewhat clumsy and naïve, and more often than not, his appetite gets the best of him, but he is a very friendly and kind, dinosaur, just don't hide food from him. He seems quite quick to adapt and mimic the personalities and mannerisms of different people and new situations.

Friends of the Posse[edit]

  • Edgar Chudley: (voiced by Simon Miron) He aids the Posse with his knowledge in mathematics, science and technology. Sometimes his knowledge and overthinking is too much for the Posse. He lives in museum with posse.
  • Polly: (voiced by Amy Tang) Another friend of the posse, who studies in the field of paleontology. Edgar seems to have a crush on her.

Secondary characters[edit]

  • Agatha Dimplecorn: (voiced by Gloria Nikkel) She is an elderly lady who is often heckling (unintentionally) with the Kung Fu Dino Posse.

Antagonists[edit]

  • Skor: (voiced by Carey Smith) The main antagonist of the series, and older brother of Skrap, he usually orders Skrap and his other minions to do his dirty work, such as stealing crystals from the Posse, while he stays in his lair. Although both Skor and Skrap are both referred to "raptors" in the first episode, they both have frills like the dilophosaurus depicted in the film Jurassic Park.
  • Skrap: (voiced by Kevin Michele) Skor's younger, less intelligent brother, who reluctantly takes orders from his brother to do his dirty work. His (regular) incompetence with tasks disappoints and annoys Skor.

Episodes[2][edit]

Season 1: 2009-2010[edit]

1. Meet the Posse
2. Jurassic Roadshow
3. Flower Power
4. Miss Congenialosour
5. Dinos on a Plane
6. All the Queens Dinos
7. Diggin for Dinos
8. Extreme Edgar
9. Straight Outta Megaopolis
10. Polly, I Shrunk the Dinos
11. Wing Nuts
12. Best Dino Friends Forever
13. To Skor, With Lava
14. Swimming Lessons
15. Dino Demotion
16. Dinos in Space
17. Loose Links
18. Dino Cruise
19. Dimplecorn
20. Dinos in the Desert
21. Pins and Pickles
22. Kung Fu Cloned Clowns Rule!
23. Attack of the Were-Dino
24. Dino Get Away
25. Mindless Fun
26. Dinos on Ice
27. Skored Straight
28. Silent But Dino
29. Dino of the Year
30. A Pain in the Neck
31. Megaloporock
32. Evil Lair of the Month
33. Team Gnarly
34. Won't Get Skooled Again
35. A Vey Dino Wedding
36. Jet Lays an Egg
37. Breaking Up is Hard to Do
38. The Mayor of Skoropolis
39. Gator Grudge
40. Frankendino

Season 2: 2011-2012[edit]

41. Flight School
42. Frankendino 2
43. Megatropolis: Out of Control
44. Say Ahh!
45. Break Up 2 Make Up
46. Cotton Eye Jet
47. Up & Down
48. Jet Da Hustla
49. Name on a Cloud
50. The Wastebook
51. Kleeenex
52. The Final Destination
53. Easy Jet
54. Deal or No Deal
55. Black & White
56. Gonna Be Famous
57. Team Gnarly (Part 2)
58. Tryna Be Clever
59. Small Money, Tall Money
60. The Final Battle

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