Potato Head Kids
|Potato Head Kids|
|Genre||Animation, Family, Fantasy|
|Voices of||Ian Fried|
Anne Marie McEvoy
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||23|
Christian Broadcasting Network (1989–1990)
International Family Entertainment (1990–1995)
|Original network||Syndication (1985-1987)|
The CBN Family Channel (1989–1990)
Family Channel (1990–1995)
|Original release||September 24, 1986 – February 25, 1987|
Potato Head Kids is an American animated television series that aired in 1985. It was made to pair with My Little Pony 'n Friends. An episode of My Little Pony was played for 15 minutes, and then an episode of Potato Head Kids, MoonDreamers, or The Glo Friends was played. It appeared on CBN Family Channel from 1989 to 1990, Family Channel from 1990 to 1995 during My Little Pony.
Potato Head Kids was an outgrowth of the Mr. Potato Head character franchise. Mr. Potato Head now played an adult figure in the lives of the title kids, a varied bunch of anthropomorphic potatoes with different personalities. The Potato Head Kids do a lot of things in their life while also clashing with a gang of potato-hating delinquents led by Grease.
- Mr. Potato Head (voiced by Kenneth Mars) -
- Mrs. Potato Head (voiced by Linda Gary) -
- Big Chip (voiced by David Mendenhall) - The leader of the Potato Head Kids.
- Puff (voiced by Anne Marie McEvoy) - A bonnet-wearing potato.
- Spud (voiced by Breckin Meyer) - A cowboy hat-wearing potato that talks like a cowboy.
- Lumpy (voiced by Ian Fried) - A beanie hat-wearing potato.
- Lolly (voiced by Kellie Martin) -
- Slick (voiced by Scott Grimes) -
- Spike (voiced by Scott Menville) -
- Smarty Pants (voiced by Susie Garbo) - A female potato in a green hair bow who is the smartest of the potatoes.
- Grease's Gang - A group of delinquents who hate the Potato Head Kids.
- Grease - A kid who is the leader of his gang.
- Auna - A female member of Grease's gang.
- Freezer - A large and strong member of Grease's gang.
|#||Title||Director||Writer||U.S. Original airdate|
|1||"Abbad'Un in a Bottle"||TBA||TBA||24 September 1986|
|2||"The Case of the Fouled Up Pharaoh"||TBA||Douglas Booth||1 October 1986|
|3||"The Curse of the Silver Dragon"||TBA||TBA||8 October 1986|
|4||"Follow the Chocolate Cake Road"||TBA||TBA||15 October 1986|
|5||"The Great Candy Caper"||TBA||George Arthur Bloom||22 October 1986|
|6||"The Grin-Ness Book of Records"||TBA||TBA||29 October 1986|
|7||"Horse Hide and Seek"||TBA||TBA||5 November 1986|
|8||"Left Foot Forward"||TBA||TBA||12 November 1986|
|9||"One Potato Zoo Potato"||TBA||Douglas Booth||19 November 1986|
|10||"Pig Out"||TBA||George Arthur Bloom||26 November 1986|
|11||"Poltergeist Potatoes"||TBA||Douglas Booth||3 December 1986|
|12||"Pot of Gold"||TBA||TBA||10 December 1986|
|13||"Potato Head Pirates"||TBA||J. Brynne Stephens and Michael Reaves||17 December 1986|
|14||"Potatolympics"||TBA||George Arthur Bloom||24 December 1986|
|15||"Puff's New Job"||TBA||David Schwartz||31 December 1986|
|16||"Robin Potato Head"||TBA||Antoni Zalewski||7 January 1987|
|17||"Romancing the Rock"||TBA||TBA||14 January 1987|
|18||"Sam Spud, Private Eye"||TBA||Joe Cook||21 January 1987|
|19||"A Side Order of Soggy Spuds"||TBA||TBA||28 January 1987|
|20||"Small Potatoes"||TBA||David Schwartz||4 February 1987|
|21||"Spike Spiked"||TBA||TBA||11 February 1987|
|22||"Surfin' Potatoes"||TBA||Rowby Goren||18 February 1987|
|23||"The Trash Can Derby"||TBA||Joe Cook||25 February 1987|
- Ian Fried - Lumpy
- Susie Garbo - Smarty Pants
- Linda Gary - Mrs. Potato Head
- Scott Grimes - Slick
- Jody Lambert -
- Christina Lange - Tulip
- Kenneth Mars - Mr. Potato Head
- Kellie Martin - Lolly
- Anne Marie McEvoy - Puff
- David Mendenhall - Big Chip
- Scott Menville - Spike
- Breckin Meyer - Spud
- Laura Mooney - Dimples
- Andrew Potter -
- Ginny McSwain - Voice Director
- French dub: Les enfants Potatous
- Greek dub: Βαβουροπατάτες (Vavouropatates)
- Norwegian dub: "Potethodegjengen"
- Spanish LA dub: Los Poteiros
- Swedish dub: "Potatisgänget"
- Bricken, Rob (11 November 2014). "12 Cartoons From The 1980s No One Will Ever Have Nostalgia For". io9. Retrieved 11 September 2016.