Ricky Sprocket is the world's biggest child film star. He works for Wishworks studio (a parody of DreamWorks Studio) and for Mr. Louie Fischburger, his boss. Despite the fact that Ricky ...
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Ricky Sprocket is the world's biggest child film star. He works for Wishworks studio (a parody of DreamWorks Studio) and for Mr. Louie Fischburger, his boss. Despite the fact that Ricky stars in some of his favorite movies, lives in a mansion, and sometimes performs brain surgeries for actor patients, otherwise he is a very normal kid who doesn't let celebrity fame go to his head. He likes to hang out with his friends and shares a rivalry with a spoiled female child star named Kitten Kaboodle. Still, Ricky has chores and homework he must do sometimes when he isn't battling animal-tonic props.Written by
Ricky Sprocket is one of Canada's best original shows ever created and it really deserved a lot more seasons. It appeals to both children and adults with a lot of hilarious subversive humor that actually works. Too bad Nicktoons & NickSplat doesn't air shows like this anymore and ChalkZone is just a cheap ripoff of Ed, Edd and Eddy, yeah it was good for a time but now its pure crap and its time for them to bring this show back.
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