Random! Cartoons

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Random! Cartoons
Genre Comedy
Created by Fred Seibert
Starring Various voice actors
Composer(s) Various
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 13 (39 segments)
Executive producer(s) Fred Seibert
Larry Huber
Producer(s) Kevin Kolde
Therese Trujillo (line producer)
Running time 30 minutes (7 minutes per segment)
Production company(s) Frederator Incorporated
Nickelodeon Animation Studio
Original network Nicktoons
Original release December 6, 2008 – August 14, 2009
Preceded by Oh Yeah! Cartoons
Followed by Nickelodeon Animated Shorts Program
Related shows Fanboy & Chum Chum
Adventure Time
Bravest Warriors
External links

Random! Cartoons is a Nicktoons animation showcase. Like Oh Yeah! Cartoons, it was created by Fred Seibert and produced by Frederator Incorporated[1] and Nickelodeon Animation Studio for Nicktoons, and was the fourth of their cartoon "laboratories".[2] It was premiered on December 6, 2008 and ended on August 14, 2009. The series aired in reruns on Nicktoons until September 1, 2014.


Creator Fred Seibert[3] ordered thirteen full-length episodes (39 seven minute shorts) for the show, which is also known as Oh Yeah! Cartoons fourth season.[4]

Unlike Oh Yeah!, there is no host. On January 10, 2006, ASIFA-Hollywood hosted an advance screening of six shorts as well as a question and answer session with the filmmakers at the Nicktoons Studios in Burbank, California. Two of the shorts were selected to become television series and one of the shorts was selected to become a web series. Those shorts were Adventure Time, The Bravest Warriors, and Fanboy. Adventure Time began airing as a full-length series on April 5, 2010 on Cartoon Network.[5] The Bravest Warriors, under the new name Bravest Warriors, began airing on November 8, 2012 on Cartoon Hangover.[6] Fanboy, under the new name Fanboy & Chum Chum, began airing as a full-length series on November 7, 2009 on Nickelodeon.

In late March 2013, the show returned to a daytime airing slot at 10:00–11:00 am after only being aired two times a month at 5:00 am for a long time on Nicktoons.

List of shorts[edit]

Prod. no. Segment Creator Original airdate Synopsis Cast Series/Short
1 "Solomon Fix" Doug TenNapel December 6, 2008 A teddy bear named Solomon Fix is assigned to protect a child named Ned, only that the child finds him lame. Rob Paulsen as Solomon Fix
John DiMaggio
Maurice LaMarche
"MooBeard: The Cow Pirate" Kyle A. Carrozza December 6, 2008 Moobeard with his companion searches the treasure of the lost island of Hookamookapookalat. Billy West as Moobeard
Erica Luttrell as Sailor Bird
Dave "Gruber" Allen as Darkblade of Fire
Kyle Carrozza as Ungus the Unpleasant / Cow Eating Gentleman
"Two Witch Sisters" Niki Yang December 6, 2008 Twin witch sisters are causing magic-induced havoc at a park. S. Scott Bullock as Dorothy
Dee Bradley Baker as Carrot
Candi Milo
Niki Yang
2 "The Finster Finster Show!: Store Wars" Jeff DeGrandis December 7, 2008 Two Finsters battle anthropomorphic frozen chickens in the supermarket. Billy West as Finster 1
Charlie Adler as Finster 2
Tress MacNeille as Finsters' Mom
"Adventure Time" Pendleton Ward December 7, 2008 In this precursor to the popular full-length series, Finn (known as "Penn" in the short) and Jake battle the Ice King to save Princess Bubblegum. Zack Shada as Penn
John DiMaggio as Jake
Paige Moss as Princess Bubblegum
John Kassir as Ice King
TV Series
"Mind the Kitty" Anne Walker December 7, 2008 Three teens have to babysit a psychotic kitten girl. Dee Bradley Baker as the Duck/Tabby
Jeff Bennett as Punky
Rodger Bumpass as Lemurman
Lynne Maclean as Tabby's Mom
3 "Ivan the Unbearable" Andrew Dickman December 13, 2008 A clumsy Viking gets hiccups that causes destruction. Jeff Doucette as Ivan the Unbearable/Olaf
Maurice LaMarche as Bjorn/Working Troll #1
Tress MacNeille as Ma
Andrew Dickman as Filthy Viking/Working Troll #2
"Boneheads" Hadley Hudson December 13, 2008 Roccos and Bone search for babanas. John Kassir as Roccos
Dee Bradley Baker as Bones
"Tiffany" Adam Henry December 13, 2008 A doll must help her friend overcome a fear of horses. Short
4 "Call Me Bessie!" Diane Kredensor and Dana Galin December 20, 2008 A cow enrolls her friend in a scuba-diving class...but her friend does not want to go! Short
"Teapot" Greg Eagles December 20, 2008 Two African-American kids that are fans of rap music are going to meet a famous rapper. Greg Eagles as Teapot Short
"Hornswiggle" Jerry Beck December 20, 2008 Jeff Bennett
Maurice LaMarche
5 "Hero Heights" Raul Aguirre Jr. and Bill Ho December 27, 2008 In a town where everyone's a superhero, two best friends fight over the new girl in town. Short
"Yaki & Yumi" Aliki Theofilopoulous December 27, 2008 A bat and a dragon participate in a dance competition. Candi Milo as Yumi Short
"Gary Guitar" Bill Plympton December 27, 2008 A guitar tries to make the perfect picnic for his girlfriend, a violin. Short
6 "Krunch and the Kid" Adam Henry January 3, 2009 Kevin Michael Richardson as Krunch
Colleen O'Shaughnessey
"Bradwurst" Angelo di Nallo and Jason Plapp January 3, 2009 A grumpy sausage sabotages his friends' party. Tom Kenny as Bradwurst Short
"Dr. Froyd's Funny Farm" Bill Burnett and Jaime Diaz January 3, 2009 Dr. Froyd needs someone to test out a science experiment, but none of the animals on his funny farm want to! Nika Futterman as Lulu
Candi Milo
Charlie Adler
7 "Bravest Warriors" Pendleton Ward January 10, 2009 Four human teens, Chris, Beth, Wallo, and Danny, save the brain dogs from the tickle monster in outer space. Charlie Schlatter as Chris
Tara Strong as Beth
Dan Finnerty as Wallo
Rob Paulsen as Danny
Polly Lou Livingston as Hi-Five Alien
"Giovanni and Navarro: The Dangerous Duck Brothers" Pat Ventura January 10, 2009 Two ducks want to break a dangerous record. Short
"Sparkles and Gloom" Melissa Wolfe and Anne Walker January 10, 2009 Sparkles and Gloom, two daughters of handsome prince and an evil witch, have their powers switched before the talent show at the Geevil School, where good and evil are best friends. Kari Wahlgren as Sparkles
Jessica DiCicco as Gloom
8 "The Infinite Goliath" Mike Gray and Erik Knutson January 17, 2009 A super villain on parole moves into a neighborhood. Kevin Michael Richardson as Infinity Goliath
Darran Norris
"Kyle + Rosemary" Jun Falkenstein January 17, 2009 A geek and a goth who play MMORPG games must break their shells to be together. Short
"Garlic Boy" John R. Dilworth January 17, 2009 A garlic with a healing tonic wants to do good for folks. Gary Littman as Garlic Boy Short
9 "Flavio" Mike Milo January 24, 2009 An Italian goat wishes to be an inventor. Rob Paulsen as Flavio Short
"SamSquatch" Adam Muto January 24, 2009 A cryptid hunter finds a Bigfoot named SamSquatch. Max Burkholder as SamSquatch
Daran Norris as Conrad Conard
Dee Bradley Baker as Nessie, Karl, Momsquatch
Ja'net DuBois as Mom
"Girls on the GO!: First Date" Aliki Theofilopoulous January 24, 2009 Short
10 "Victor the Delivery Dog" Niki Yang January 31, 2009 Victor has to make deliveries before dinnertime. Short
"The Bronk and Bongo Show: Losing Patients" Manny Galán and Alan Goodman January 31, 2009 Steve Purnick as Bronk
Joel McCrary as Bongo
"Thom Cat" Mike Gray January 31, 2009 A talking cat (surprising to everyone) helps a troubled girl from a bully. Short
11 "Sugarfoot" Erik Knutson April 4, 2009 A boy whose a fan of cowboys and dinosaurs goes to a field trip to a museum with both of his interests while dealing with a bully. Charlie Schlatter as Sugarfoot
Dee Bradley Baker as Socko and Delivery Man
Jennifer Hale as Ms. Penelope
"Dugly Uckling's Treasure Quest" Guy Vasilovich April 4, 2009 Short
"Dr. Dee & BitBoy" Jun-Kyo Seo, Kong-Yo Kang, and Larry Huber April 4, 2009 Two kids and a scientist in a dog suit stop a corporation from creating a donut addiction. Short
12 "Super John Doe Junior" Lincoln Peirce April 11, 2009 A superhero loses his powers but one of his fans gets them instead. Jim Connor as Super John Doe
John Zee as Mayor
Marc Graue as Anchorman
Betsy Foldes as Moma
Kimberly Brooks as Super John Doe, Jr.
David Shaughnessey as Blimey
Sandy Fox as Robin
Andy Morris as Evil Butthead
"6 Monsters" Fred Seibert and Alan Goodman April 11, 2009 Adventures of six monsters in high school presented in different styles of animation. Jeff Bennett as Grandpa/Gaillard
Chuck McCann as Buck
John DiMaggio as Roy
Nika Futterman as Cathy
Teresa Ganzel as Lulu
"Ratz-A-Fratz" Jim Wyatt and Karl Toerge April 11, 2009 Three hungry rats must escape a security guard. Jess Harnell as Crank/Man at Cookie Nook
June Foray as Mall Walker/Old Man #1/Man at Garbage Can
Debi Derryberry as Pop Singer/Teen at Cookie Nook
Scott Fresina as Urban
Jim Wyatt as Cyrus
Don Cameron as Swuawk/Old Man #2
13 "Lance & Zoopie: Squirly Town" Doug TenNapel August 14, 2009 A sly hyperactive squirrel takes his germaphobe straight-laced friend on an adventure to clear his aching head. Stephen Root as Lance
Bobcat Goldthwait as Zoopie
Keone Young as Flashback Lance & Zoopie
"Fanboy" Eric Robles August 14, 2009 In this precursor to the popular full-length series, Fanboy and Chum Chum buy their first Frosty Freezy Freeze. David Hornsby as Fanboy
Nancy Cartwright as Chum Chum
Don LaFontaine as Announcer
Jeff Bennett as Fanman/Lenny
Kevin Michael Richardson as Ice Monster
TV Series
"HandyCat: Bees-nees As Usual" Russ Harris and G. Brian Reynolds August 14, 2009 On there first day on the job, a handyman feline and his dog try to get rid of some pesky bees in hoping for a second job. Rob Paulsen as Handycat/Drillbit
June Foray as Woman


Frederator Studios has persisted in the tradition of surfacing independent animation voices. They've started several cartoon shorts "incubators" featuring new talent, characters, and series including (as of 2015) What A Cartoon! (Cartoon Network, 1995), Oh Yeah! Cartoons (Nickelodeon, 1998), The Meth Minute 39 (Channel Frederator, 2008),[7] Too Cool! Cartoons (Cartoon Hangover, 2012), and GO! Cartoons (Cartoon Hangover, 2016).[8] These laboratories have spun off notable series like Dexter’s Laboratory, The Powerpuff Girls, Johnny Bravo, Cow & Chicken, Courage the Cowardly Dog, The Fairly OddParents, Nite Fite, Fanboy & Chum Chum, Adventure Time, Bravest Warriors, Rocket Dog, and Bee and PuppyCat.

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