A young Xiaolin monk named Omi with a giant yellow head leads a trio of other students to collect powerful items known as Shen Gong Wu while battling the evil Jack Spicer who is also after the artifacts
OZZY & DRIX, based on the breakout characters from the feature film "Osmosis Jones," is an animated inner-body, buddy-cop comedy which follows the adventures of white blood cell cop Ozzy and his partner, over-the-counter cold pill Drix, as they defend the City of Hector, the body of a 13-year-old boy. The second season of Ozzy & Drix amplifies their infectious humor with Ozzy's in-your-face antics and Drix's knowledgeable yet clueless wit as they continue to take on whatever comes their way, regardless of how small or simple a situation may appear in the outside world of Hector. Only they know what really happens "skin deep" and what it takes to always be on 24-hour alert, whether it be the sprouting of Hector's first whisker, a rowdy encounter with the Testosterone gang, an unexpected appendicitis attack or the long-awaited visit from Drix's Auntie Histamine. With their headquarters behind Hector's cornea, these partners have established their "private eye" agency... hoping to keep ...Written by
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[Hector has eaten too much sugar and all the white blood cells, except The Mole are tired and Drix wants to know why, but The Mole refuses to answer]
Whoever found out about my secret adrenaline supply......
You have a secret adrenaline supply?
Who told you this? They will suffer!
You told me!
Oh, yes, well maybe I could let myself off with a warning...but NO! I must be punished! No one crosses The Mole, not even, The Mole!
[The Mole gives himself a wedgie]
Let that be a lesson to me!
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When I was younger I used to love this series and had no idea that it was based on a theatrically released movie. I sat down to watch the movie and had a mixed expirience. It was OK, but had too much low brow jokes and an unlikable "host".
No wonder it bombed hard in theaters, but then came this much better series.
It pretty much continues where the movie ended when Osmosis and Drix gets transferred to the teenage boy Hector (thank god they did that) and starts all over as detectives.
The series is much more clever and introduces more likable newcomers. The mayor is still a mean youngster, but hey, it's a teenage body so why not have a self-absorbed teenager as its mayor? The police officers are skeptical about the duo's abilities, but they mostly get along.
The new voice actors for our main characters do excellent jobs at imitating the originals which I very much appreciate. And the villainous characters have a lot to offer among others the wonderful Tim Curry being there not one but two times in the first episode and in one about smoking.
The humor can still be juvenile at times, but it never comes out of nowhere or without its purpose and it still has an educational side to it. It can be preachy at times, but that happens little enough not to make a wrong impression.
I think it could have lasted longer, but I guess it's a thing at WB to cancel many of their good tv-shows. I enjoyed Ozzy & Drix and recommend the episodes "Where There's Smoke" and the double "An Out of Body Expirience" for some god performances and good humour.
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