Jacob is determined to claim the attic for his own when dad Morty says it's his if he can spend the night there. Noah and Emma attempt to frighten Jacob out of the deal with the legend of the Hooded ...
Ian Kelly is a 12-year-old kid with a kind of imagination that goes "cut" in the night. He thinks that his life is a stage and that he is the director! With his Spielberg-like imagination, ... See full summary »
Being the youngest and smallest of his large family, Jacob fell into the necessary habit of continually repeating himself to be heard which earned him the nickname, Jacob Two-Two. While that habit has faded a bit since his family's move to Montreal, that is the least of his concerns. After all, when the big city has plenty of adventure to offer for himself and his friends whether it be thwarting his school's villianous faculty, or exploring the strange places and people of the metropolis, life's a challenge the first time around!Written by
Kenneth Chisholm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Unique, painting-style animation that reflects humor and the specialness of Montreal. Fun stories--- as you watch it, you feel constantly surprised by the level of its clever dialogue, beautiful animation, and just how much fun it is! This is soooooooo much better than typical children's programming. As a 39 year old artist, I love it! This show seems to ignore all the rules about what is required for commercial success. It is creative, moral, funny, and unique. WOW is all I can say. I can't wait until it is available for purchase.
Parents, this is a great show for kids, but you will also enjoy watching it. Highly, highly recommended. Give it a try and you will be hooked.
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