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A few years ago, there was a song and music video they kept running on CN about this show, anyone have information on it?
At the bottom where it says Jabberjaw and the Neptunes are portrayed as a ska band with the music set to Pain, would this be correct? Pain does not consider themself to be a ska band.
--Satherev 03:15, 1 July 2006 (UTC) Yes, yes there was, and I thought it was quite good. Shame they did not follow up with a new series. I am not sure what a Ska Band is, but the soundtrack was by Pain. The art was also improved on. While Clamhead and Shelly only got a wardrobe makeover, Biff went from looking like an Elvis impersonator to a more up to date haircut and Bubbles lost the frizzy "finger stuck in a light socket" hairstyle to a retro straight, but still decent looking, hairstyle. The article described her voice and mannerisms as Gracie Allen like. If they managed to do an updated version, hopefully this would change. For an 18 to twenty-something girl to have the voice and mannerisms of a forty-something year old woman is kind of squeaky. The article also compared the appearances of Clamhead to Shaggy, Tinker, and Alexander. While the first three could pass as triplets, Alexander looked nothing like the other three, with resemblance closer to a teenage version of Casey Kasem, who was the voice for him and Shaggy (until recently) but not Tinker or Clamhead.--[[User:retrograde62] 12:02, 26 June 2011 (PST) — Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk)