Spliced (TV series)

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Spliced
Logo
Genre Comedy
Surreal humor
Crude Humor
Action
Adventure
Created by Simon Racioppa
Richard Elliott
Written by
Directed by Matt Ferguson
Voices of
Composer(s) Paul Intson
Country of origin Canada
Original language(s)
  • English
  • French
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 26 (52 shorts) (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Scott Dyer
  • Doug Murphy
  • Simon Racioppa
  • Richard Elliott
Producer(s) Vanessa Tilley
Running time 22 minutes (11 minutes per short)
Production company(s) Nelvana
Broadcast
Original channel
Original run May 1, 2010 (2010-05-01) – October 19, 2010 (2010-10-19)
External links
Website
Production website

Spliced is a Canadian animated television series produced by Teletoon and Nelvana. The series made its world premiere on Jetix in Latin America on April 20, 2009.[1] The series has aired in Canada on Teletoon,[2] in the United States on qubo, in Australia on ABC3,[3][4] in the United Kingdom on Nicktoons, in Latin America on Disney XD, and in Sweden on Nickelodeon. The series began airing in the United States on qubo on September 19, 2009 until the network dropped it from its lineup on October 24, 2009[5] but returned on September 28, 2010 as part of its "Night Owl" block[6] and was discontinued on March 31, 2012. Beginning early in 2014, YTV began airing reruns on weekdays. In 2014, the series was added onto the "Always On" digital platform of Cartoon Network in the United States.

Plot[edit]

Spliced is a modern take of 1896 science-fiction fantasy, The Island of Doctor Moreau, by H. G. Wells.[7] Spliced marginally distorts Well's characters in this modern twist by making the mutants the result of genetic experiments created by recombinant DNA rather than Well's original vivisection process. As with the original story, these experimental results, plus one platypus not in the original story, live on an isolated tropical island that is called "Keep Away Island" in the cartoon. The mad scientist who created them was arrested and removed by authorities via boat. Left to their own devices, these mutated beasts form a functional society.

Characters[edit]

Peri[edit]

Peri (short for failed exPERIment number 13) is a mutant of indeterminate species and purpose. In the episode where Peri happens upon the lab notes concerning his creation, Entree ends up using the pages as toilet paper before Smarty-Smarts can actually read them to determine Peri's purpose. Peri lives in a plane that crashed on the island. Peri is an expert bowler, and he and his best friend Entree developed their trademark game, "bucket-stick-fruit-ball." Peri is voiced by Rob Stefaniuk.

Entrée[edit]

Entrée (named in reference to the main course of a meal) is Peri's best friend. Entrèe was created as the perfect food animal, being part cow with his udder, a pig body, equipped with chicken wings and a shrimp tail.[8] Entree is the perfect fast-food on the "teats," since he has no legs. Entree "walks" on his teats, named Nugget, Pokey, Cranky, Commador Uddersworth, Tina, A.J., Nippocles, and an unnamed eighth whom Entrèe darkly claims speaking its name "will give it power." Entree's teats are capable of time travel and excellent light show effects. Entree was created as the tastiest treat that can be eaten.. His home is a giant pizza oven and his bed is a barbecue grill. Entrèe is evil, in the sense of always seeking instant self-gratification, no matter the cost. Much of the time Entree's selfishness ends up causing more destruction than Mr. Smarty Smarts intentional evil. Entree is a pig, and loves to gorge down any food, even things that are not food, but especially mayonnaise. Entrée is voiced by Joe Pingue.

Two-Legs Joe and Lord Wingus Eternum[edit]

Two-legs Joe is a two-legged rhinoceros out of whose high and pointy upper hindquarters a mostly silent bird character named Lord Wingus Eternum grows.[8] Two-Legs Joe is the mayor of the town this society of mutants inhabits, which to his great frustration is constantly being wrecked, burned, and blown-up by the innocent yet highly destructive childlike behavior of Peri and Entree, especially when they play in the doctor's abandoned laboratory. Joe's thing, since he has a rhino's weight upon two massive legs, is stomping. Joe loves to stomp, and he loves to stomp Peri and Entree, and especially Entree, after they destroy his town. Wingus, perched on the high point of Joe's back end, is of the species that was the Doctor's "first, and also his best, creation," according to Wingus. It turns out that Two-Legs Joe is actually a mutant growth on Wingus' leg. Such are the hazards of messing with DNA. Two-legs Joe is voiced by Pat McKenna, and Wingus is voiced by Tom McCamus.

Patricia[edit]

Patricia is a platypus that happened to live on Keep Away Island when the Doctor set up shop.[8] She feels very lonely on Keep Away Island being the only creature that is not spliced. She is an author and has been shown writing a book of poetry as well as the novel: "Marzipan Meadows and the Kingdom of Adventure". She is a master of the martial art "Plat Kwon Do". Patricia is voiced by Katie Crown.

Princess Pony Apehands[edit]

Princess Pony Apehands has the head and tail of a pony onto the body of a ape.[8] She is one of the more aggressive mutants, but because she has the mental capacity of a very young girl, she doesn't quite understand how big and strong she is and often hurts others when she is simply trying to play with them or give them a hug. She also has a rather short temper, and will intentionally hurt any mutant who angers her. Her tree house is located deep in the forest and is completely pink inside, and she herself is colored pink and purple. She wears a ballet tutu and slippers and enjoys very girly things. Although she's a girl, her voice is quite masculine and deep. Princess Pony Apehands is voiced by Kedar Brown.

Compuhorse[edit]

Compuhorse is a horse with a computer implanted. He has very limited animation, for example: He cannot move his lips but speaks similarly to Stephen Hawking, with a synthesized voice through his keyboard. His best friend is Calcupony and his rival is AlphaDonkey. Compuhorse is voiced by Pat McKenna. In the virtual game "Cube Whacker" he's known as OmegaSteed. OmegaSteed is voiced by Mark Dailey.

Fuzzy Snuggums[edit]

Fuzzy is a small explorer seeking adventure beyond the island but always fails. He often begins talking with the phrase "Expedition note...". Long ago, Fuzzy was chosen by the doctor to combat against robots of another scientist from another island, but could not be stopped and was later reassigned for exploration. At that time, his opening sentence was "Execution note..." (demonstrated in the episode "Sgt Snuggums"). The Doctor made him indestructible, which is fortunate, considering his exploration attempts usually backfire upon him painfully. Though usually small and cute, Fuzzy's true form personality, which can resurface under extreme circumstances, is that of a giant, musclebound brawler. It was revealed by Lord Wingus in the episode "Stompabout", that were Joe to never get angry again, Fuzzy would rule the island, enslaving all of its occupants. Fuzzy is voiced by Julie Lemieux.

Mister Smarty Smarts[edit]

Mister Smarty Smarts is a dolphin, chimpanzee and a Jack Russell Terrier with a well-developed primate brain,[8] who attempts to take over the island. He resides in a lair which is located on a slope of the volcano. He is quite egotistical, believing the rest of the island inhabitants to be fools. He also has some cross-dressing tendencies, often looking for an excuse to wear a dress. Mister Smarty Smarts is voiced by Mike Kiss.

Octocat[edit]

Octocat is a combination of a cat and an octopus, who is Mister Smarty Smarts' assistant/minion (although it is shown that they share a romantic relationship of some sort), whom she met after they both crashed their cars together. Unlike the other mutants, she cannot talk, conversing solely in meows, but the others are still able to understand her. Like Fuzzy, she too was created to be a super-soldier, and can also assume a musclebound fighting form. Octocat is voiced by Katie Crown.

Censorship and rating[edit]

In the US, the series was originally rated TV-Y7-FV, but after it returned on September 28, 2010, it was now rated TV-PG, due to its extreme gross humor and scariness. In Canada, it is rated G, which is a family friendly rating, but sometimes contains violence and crude language, which makes its rating a PG.

Episodes[edit]

Spliced season 1 episodes
No. Titles Canadian air date (Teletoon) American air date (Cartoon Network) British air date
1 "Bowled Over"
"Stuck Together"
April 1, 2010 (2010-04-01) May 27, 2014 February 2, 2010

Bowled Over - Peri wants to know what he's good at. After running from Two-Legs Joe, Peri and Entrée find a secret room for bowling, Peri realizes that he was born to bowl. However, in trying to prove his bowling ball can be used for other activities, Peri is frustrated by the results and throws the ball into the volcano. After this, an alien civilization, the Pinnians decide to take over the island and treat the mutants like slaves. By realising these aliens have a kinship with bowling, Peri decides to confront them doing what he does best.

Stuck Together - In search of fun in the lab, Peri and Entrée find one of the doctor's journals, which supposedly tells what the purpose of Peri is. The friends go to visit Mister Smarty Smarts hoping he can read Peri's purpose to them, but it turns out he can't read. He lies and says Peri was created to be the best friend of Entrée. Peri, excited at discovering his purpose, becomes obsessed with Entrée, who cannot bear being constantly chased by Peri. To teach Peri a lesson about personal space, Entrée decides to splice them together.
2 "No Play For Princess"
"Cleaning Up"
May 20, 2010 (2010-05-20) May 27, 2014 February 3, 2010

No Play For Princess - Peri and Entrée are looking for someone to play a game of Bucket-Stick-Fruit-Ball with them, but nobody wants to. The terrifying Princess Pony Ape Hands is the only one who wants to join in. However, she plays too rough so Peri and Entrée quickly try to ditch her. Princess throws a major temper tantrum and decides to smash the old nuclear reactor.

Cleaning Up - When Peri finds out he has small creatures living in his fur, he wants to keep them so they can have a little society there, but when he begins to stink, everybody wants to clean him.
3 "Outsmartered"
"Gordon"
May 6, 2010 (2010-05-06) May 27, 2014 (Outsmarted) TBA (Gordon) February 4, 2010

Outsmartered - Mister Smarty Smarts, tired of the incompetence and ineptitude of the inhabitants of the island, creates a device to make everyone smarter. His utopia is soon ruined when everyone's intelligence goes way past his. After being treated like an idiot, Smarts decides to make everyone unintelligent again.

Gordon - After escaping Princess Pony's tickle attack, Peri and Entrée find an old golf cart. Entrée repairs the vehicle, replacing the engine with the brain of an evil robot. After naming it Gordon, Peri and Entrée travel around the island with their new car. After a few days of driving, Peri and Entrée don't want to drive again for a while. After they abandon Gordon in the jungle, he decides to cause trouble.
4 "Fairly Odd Princesses"
"Brothers in Farms"
April 22, 2010 (2010-04-22) TBA February 5, 2010

Fairly Odd Princesses - After Peri and Entrée accidentally shoot themselves into the sky with one of Fuzzy's transportations, Entrée uses his chicken wings to stop him and Peri falling to their death. However, he crashes through a building and loses control. After they crash through a make-up store, a clothesline and a wig shop (completely changing their appearance) they land in the tree house of Princess Pony Apehands, who believes they are magical fairies. After learning she'll give them everything they ask for in return for fairy tales and fairy songs, Entrée decides to use Princess to get everything he wants. Title reference: Fairly Odd Parents

Brothers in Farms - Peri and Entrée find a mustachioed Entrée-like being frozen in a block of ice. The two friends thaw him out and learn that his name is Apéritif. Apéritif introduces himself to Entrée's "delicious" friends, who all admire him more than Entrée. Entrée, thinking he is nothing compared to his brother, decides to freeze himself, but soon discovers that Apéritif is not the gentleman everyone thinks he is.
5 "Roots"
"Two Arms Joe"
April 29, 2010 (2010-04-29) TBA (Roots) May 27, 2014 (Two Arms Joe) February 9, 2010

Roots - Entrée pushes his laziness to a new level and he literally grows roots, roots he wishes he didn't have when it's Keep Away Island's Crazy Funday!

Two Arms Joe - Peri and Entrée want to thank Joe for everything he's done for them and the island. After asking Compuhorse what they could do to make him happy, they decide to give him Peri's arms for a day. Joe is pleased but grows too fond of Peri's arms and doesn't want to give them back.
6 "Honorary Freak"
"Come to the Dork Side"
April 1, 2010 (2010-04-01) TBA February 10, 2010

Honorary Freak - Peri and Entrée want to know why Patricia is so upset and become "The Smile Squad," trying to cheer her up in outlandish and fruitless ways. When that fails and they make her even more upset, they decide to use a brainscan machine to look into her mind and see what she's thinking. They find out that Patricia feels lonely because she's the only none-mutant on the island. After some thinking, Peri comes up with the perfect plan to make her feel like one of them.

Come to the Dork Side - Realising that Peri's ability to innocently cause mayhem could be harnessed, Smarty Smarts attempts to turn him evil.

Title reference: Come To The Dark Side, a quote from Darth Vader
7 "Best Before Date"
"Stompabout"
May 27, 2010 (2010-05-27) May 27, 2014 February 11, 2010

Best Before Date - At the supermarket, Entrée has a barcode on his butt scanned, and finds out that he is two days away from his "best before date", after which he will supposedly turn to mush. After a day of trying desperately to "turn back the clock", Entrée switches places with Peri, pretending that Peri is Entrée, with only a day to live. Peri, buying the deception, decides to destroy all of "his" stuff, and tells his friends what he really thinks of them, as read in "his" diary. When the time finally comes, Peri realises the truth, and Entrée, instead of turning to mush, gains a hair-like growth of mould.

Stompabout - When Peri and Entrée accidentally cause a Whirrel to destroy half the town, Joe loses his temper, demolishing the other half. The other mutants tell Joe that he needs to control his temper. Joe, hurt, leaves, declaring Peri and Entrée the new mayors. In solitude, Joe hears from the bird on his back, Lord Wingus Eternum, who teaches him how to control his anger. However, when an entire pack of Whirrels attack the town, Joe is forced to regain his temper in order to stop them.
8 "Amazon"
"Juice"
May 13, 2010 (2010-05-13) TBA (Amazon) Juice (May 27, 2014) February 12, 2010

Amazon - Patricia goes on vacation, reluctantly leaving Peri and Entrée as housesitters. Peri and Entrée end up turning the house into an indoor jungle, and when Patricia gets back, she is captured by her pet Molesters, who have turned into a savage tribe by their new environment. Peri and Entrée mount a rescue attempt, but discover that the Molesters have actually made Patricia their queen.

Juice - Entrée becomes obsessed with getting everyone to like him. An accident with a pair of very tight jeans makes him realise that the milk from his top-right udder, "Nugget", is very tasty. Everyone loves the "Nugget" milk, and Entrée soon becomes incredibly popular, to the point where he shuns Peri. However, everyone else then becomes addicted to the milk, and when "Nugget" runs dry, they chase after Entrée.
9 "Stupid Means Never Having To Say I'm Sorry"
"Cube Whacked"
May 27, 2014 February 15, 2010

Stupid Means Never Having To Say I'm Sorry - Entrée's lucky stone goes missing and Peri is determined to find out who took it.

Cube Whacked - Compuhorse is boring. At least, that's what Peri and Entrée think, until they discover his built-in videogame, Cubewhacker.
10 "Fuzzy's Great Journey"
"Octocataclysm"
May 27, 2014 February 16, 2010

Fuzzy's Great Journey - Peri and the others try to cheer Fuzzy up by making the island look like the long sought goal in Fuzzy's jungle journeys.

Octocataclysm - While Mister Smarty Smarts ponders where he went wrong after another plan ended in defeat, Octocat looks to carry out a plan of her own.
11 "Promises, Promises"
"There Will Be Stomp"
TBA (Promises, Promises) May 27, 2014 (There Will Be Stomp) November 28, 2009 February 17, 2010

Promises, Promises - Entrée discovers the most amazing thing: people will give you almost anything if you make them a promise in return. But when all those promises come due, he's forced to make good on a promise he'll regret.

There Will Be Stomp - After a particularly exhausting day of stomping, Joe wakes up to find out that he can no longer stomp. Peri and Entrée decide to help Joe find his stomp again, by bringing him to his "happy place". Meanwhile, Smarty Smarts capitalises on Joe's lack of stomping by using his "Cyber-Stomper" machine to terrorise the village.

Title reference: There Will Be Blood
12 "Taste of Friendship"
"Sugar Low"
September 13, 2010 (2010-09-13) May 27, 2014 (Taste of Friendship) TBA (Sugar Low) February 18, 2010

Taste of Friendship - Peri gains super powers after licking a glowing rock in the lab and Entrée grows very jealous of him as a result.

Sugar Low - When Peri receives a cookie for helping someone out, he goes helping mad! And after eating all the treats he earned, he goes sugar mad.

Title reference: Sugar High
13 "Compu-Peri"
"Marzipan Meadows and the Kingdom of Adventure"
June 17, 2010 (2010-06-17) May 27, 2014 February 19, 2010

Compu-Peri - Peri gets a new pet, Pistachio, a buppy. When Pistachio runs away, Peri is heartbroken. After visiting Compuhorse, Peri decides to not feel any emotions anymore, becoming "Compu-Peri". His friends decide to try and snap him out of it. Title reference: Computer

Marzipan Meadows and the Kingdom of Adventure - While working on her novel, "Marzipan Meadows and the Kingdom of Adventure," Patricia is constantly distracted by the antics of the other islanders. She quickly loses her temper, threatening to beat everyone up if they don't let her work in peace. When Patricia tries to move on with her story, she experiences writer's block, and realises that her friends crazy antics actually gave her inspiration.
14 "The Mutants Who Cried Monster"
"Pink"
April 15, 2010 (2010-04-15) TBA May 5, 2010

The Mutants Who Cried Monster - After their friends laugh at them for crying monster, Peri and Entrée try to make a monster of a cute little mutant called Melvin. Title reference: The Boy Who Cried Wolf

Pink - Peri wakes up one day and finds he has turned completely pink but doesn't know how to handle the new look.
15 "Livin' La Vida Lava"
"Mo' Mayo, Mo' Problems"
August 5, 2010 (2010-08-05) TBA May 4, 2010

Livin' La Vida Lava- Peri and Entrée find a remote that can control a local volcano. However, their playing with the remote drains the volcano of lava and leads to problems. Title reference: Livin' La Vida Loca

Mo Mayo, Mo' Problems - Entrée's through with regular food - all it does is fill up space in his stomach he could use for eating mayonnaise.
16 "Walkie-Talkie Spinesuckie"
"My Fair Sharkbunny"
August 12, 2010 (2010-08-12) TBA May 5, 2010

Walkie-Talkie Spinie-Suckie- While trying to find batteries for a "Mr. Jigglesworth" toy, Peri and Entrée find a pair of walkie-talkies, and use them to pull pranks on the other mutants. Soon after, though, Entrée starts using his walkie-talkie to ask Peri for help with everything, causing Peri to discard his in anger.

My Fair Sharkbunny - Being chased by the Wunny Sharbit, Peri manages to trap him in a glass tube, which he finds out has a translator device that allows Wunny to speak. Putting the translator around Wunny's neck, Peri takes it upon himself to teach Wunny the difference between friends and food.

Title reference: My Fair Lady
17 "Pork Chop"
"Same Difference"
September 15, 2010 (2010-09-15) TBA May 7, 2010

Pork Chop- Entrée, desperate for respect, finds a helmet in the Doctor's lab, which teaches him kung fu. Entrée is quickly corrupted by his new-found talent, and takes over the entire town, beating up anyone who challenges him. Peri uses the helmet to learn how to make balloon shapes, using this skill to defeat Entrée.

Same Difference - After being tormented by Peri and Entrée, Smarty Smarts and Joe go to their "happy place," only to find out that it's the same place. Realising that they share a mutual dislike of the annoying duo, the two become friends, pooling their resources to deflect Peri and Entrée's antics, and pulling a few pranks of their own.

Note: When Joe and Smarty Smarts are in the cinema, a clip of Grossolgy can be seen.
18 "Follow your Dreamworms"
"Of Masters and Minions"
September 16, 2010 (2010-09-16) TBA May 11, 2010

Follow your Dreamworms - After Entrée laughs at Fuzzy Snuggums' latest attempt at exploring, Peri tells him that it's Fuzzy's dream. He shows Entrée that Patricia and Joe have dreams too, but Entrée scoffs, saying his only dream is to eat something delicious. After eating a pickled egg from the Doctor's fridge, Entrée passes out. After waking up, he starts to hear a voice in his head telling him to do things. Title reference: Follow your Dreams

Of Masters and Minions - When Mr. Smarty Smarts blames Octocat for all of his mistakes, she leaves and makes Peri her new master.
19 "Yetis Don't Care About Nothin'"
"Clones Don't Care 'Bout Nothin' Either"
September 30, 2010 (2010-09-30) TBA October 13, 2010

Yetis Don't Care About Nothin - Entrée is bored and decides to have fun on the island. Peri, Joe and Patricia stop him and he accuses them as fun wreckers. The next morning Entrée jet-skis the island to Antarctica and the island is attacked by Yetis. When Entrée discovers that Yetis can do whatever they want he decides to join them.

Clones Don't Care 'Bout Nothin' Either - When Peri and Entrée decide that they have too many things to do, they use one of the Doctor's old machines to make themselves some clones (Pontie and Underpants) to help them get things done. However, the two clones decide to take over Peri and Entrée's lives forever. This episode also includes the short "Message in a Bottle".
20 "Whirrel Call"
"Nightmare on Condemned Street"
September 13, 2010 (2010-09-13) TBA June 3, 2010

Whirrel Call - While picking on a Whirrel named Ed, Entrée and his victim fall off a cliff. The landing causes their brains to pop out and rebound into each others' heads. Entrée quickly enjoys his new life as a Whirrel, and the unassuming Peri enjoys Ed's pleasant attitude. Entrée is then ordered by a group of Whirrels to kill himself for his crimes against Whirrel-kind.

Nightmare on Condemned Street - After a series of bad nightmares, Peri decides to use one of the Doctor's dream machines to enter his subconscious and confront his nightmare monster. However, once inside, he discovers that the toaster-headed monster isn't such a bad guy after all. Together with Entrée and Patricia, they become "Dream Gladiators", protecting the dreams of all the mutants on the island.

Title reference: Nightmare On Elm Street
21 "Nobody's Cult But Mine"
"Stomach on Strike"
July 16, 2010 (2010-07-16) TBA June 4, 2010

Nobody's Cult But Mine - After experiencing painful itching, Peri becomes a chrysalis, emerging to reveal a beautiful pair of butterfly wings, which hypnotizes anyone who looks at them. Entrée takes advantage of this by charging the other mutants food to look at Peri's wings. Mister Smarty Smarts tells Peri that Entrée is using him, convinces him to banish Entrée, and starts using him for his own nefarious goals. Title reference: Nobody's Fault But Mine

Stomach on Strike - Sick of the constant abuse Entrée heaps upon them, his stomach, heart and brain suddenly jump out of his body, abandoning him. Entrée then ingests Peri, having him fulfill the roles of his AWOL organs. After a few false starts, the arrangement becomes satisfactory for both of them. However, Entrée's organs return, having outstayed their welcome by annoying everyone else on the island.
22 "Living Hellp"
"Sgt. Snuggums"
September 23, 2010 (2010-09-23) TBA June 4, 2010

Living Hellp - After a busy day of helping the other mutants, Patricia creates "Mrs. Motherly", a computer system designed to help everyone on the island with everything. Mrs. Motherly's drones go off to help, but they soon start doing everything for the mutants. Tired of this, Patricia, Entrée and Peri team up to shut down Mrs. Motherly.

Sgt. Snuggums - Peri and Entrée torment Fuzzy with a pranking game called "Island Fools", causing him to turn into a musclebound brawler, who sees every other mutant as a robot to be smashed. Knowing that only another super-soldier can beat a super-soldier, Joe tries to convince Octocat to fight Fuzzy.
23 "Helen"
"The Count Of Pinchy Crabbo"
October 19, 2010 (2010-10-19) TBA October 14, 2010

Helen - When Peri and Entrée fall in love with a pancake, they start to fight each other over it.

The Count of Pinchy Crabbo - After being chased by the Wunny Sharbit, Peri and Entrée get stuck up a tree. Entrée makes a hang glider out of his chicken wings and promises to come back for Peri. But when a mysterious mutant hangs around town and becomes friends with Entrée he forgets about Peri. After some time however, the new guy starts to torture Entrée with a game called "Now that I have your trust it's time for revenge".

Title reference: The Count Of Monte Crisco
24 "Jetpackin'"
"Mole-sters In The Mist"
September 18, 2010 (2010-09-18) TBA October 12, 2010

Jetpackin - Entrée is very bored and decides a jetpack might cure his boredom. Title reference: Packin'

Mole-sters In The Mist - After Entrée gets into a fight with a Mole-ster named Sid, Peri takes care of it. After a number of days, Sid leaves. Meanwhile, Mister Smarty Smarts has developed a shrink ray, which he uses to shrink all the town members. Peri and Entrée decide to ask the Mole-Sters for help.

Title reference: Monsters In The Mist
25 "Mr. Wrinkles in Time"
"Bite, Shuffle And Moan"
September 11, 2010 (2010-09-11) TBA

Mr. Wrinkles in Time - Entrée time-travels with Patricia and Peri to find out why Two-Legs Joe doesn't like him.

Bite, Shuffle And Moan - Peri is feeling under the weather and his refusal to stay in bed leads to problems for everyone around him when his illness worsens.
26 "One Joe Wingus"
"Poosh and the Quest for the Blargy Parble"
September 11, 2010 (2010-09-11) TBA October 19, 2010

One Joe Wingus - After Lord Wingus Eturnium convinces Joe to go to the other side of the island (with "help" from Peri and Entrée) to meet with his kind, he is given a choice to have Joe separated from himself, but finds that it means having Joe ground off of him.

Poosh and the Quest for the Blargy Parble - After Peri discovers that saying 'Poosh' can make Entrée do anything he wants him to, he works him to exhaustion. When Patricia and Two-Legs Joe find out, they decide to send Peri on a quest for the Blargy Parble to give Entrée time to rest.

Broadcast[edit]

Spliced has aired on a number of channels around the world.

In Canada, it airs on Teletoon, Cartoon Network, and YTV. In Autralia, it airs on ABC3. The series airs on Nicktoons and Pop in the United Kingdom and Ireland. In the United States, it airs on qubo and on Cartoon Network's "Watch Cartoon Network" digital platform.

References[edit]

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  3. ^ "NELVANA MAKES A SPLASH DOWN UNDER" (Press release). Corus Entertainment. Retrieved March 13, 2010. 
  4. ^ "ABC3 Australia moves to fill first sked". kidscreen. October 1, 2009. Retrieved July 20, 2013. 
  5. ^ "qubo Channel Schedule 2009–2010". qubo. Retrieved March 13, 2010. 
  6. ^ "Schedule Starting September 27". qubo. Retrieved September 16, 2010. 
  7. ^ nurun.com (2010-04-15). "Genetic experiments yield goofy results in 'Spl... | Entertainment". Sudbury Star. Retrieved 2013-06-07. 
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