|Much Ado About Nothing|
| Created by
Manta-bee, Meanfang, (If you have an idea for an episode, special or musical guest, you may share it. As long as it's legit.)
| No. of episodes
| Run time
| English Network
| First aired
August 12, 2002 (picked up again in 2010)
Much Ado About Nothing is an animated sketch-comedy show originally appearing on the Sydney Network and later WebNetwork. Not to be confused with William Shakespeare's writing of the same title. In its original run, it got cancelled shortly, even though the creators intended it to run for three more years. The reruns were eventually picked up by WebNetwork and rumors have started there will be new episodes.
Title, Airdate, Synopsis
- Say Nothing (January 27) - Musical Guest: Robbie and the Pobbies
- Clean Your Clocks (February 10) - The Crime Fighting Maids show up just in time to save the day, A volunteer lifeguard steps in, a fast-food resturaunt called Slushie Burger is introduced. Musical Guest: Children of the Frögurt
- Who let Parappa in? (March 23) - Guest stars characters from the Parappa series. Parappa himself appears in the "Slushie Burger" skit and as a musical guest. Musical Guest: Parappa the Rapper ft. Milkcan.
- Below C- Level (April 15) - Guest stars Bart Simpson. Musical Guest: Party Posse
- Shell Out (unaired) - Guest stars Spongebob Squarepants. Musical Guest Unknown.
- Bart Simpson
- Parappa the Rapper
- SpongeBob Squarepants (unaired, but might possibly be during possible revival)
- Chris McLean
- Sonic the Hedgehog
- Phineas and Ferb
- Bessie Higgenbottom
Some profilic and obscure bands/musicians have perfomed on the show, which include:
- Alvin and the Chipmunks
- Children of the Frögurt
- Phineas and the Ferbtones
- Parappa the Rapper featuring Milkcan
- Robbie and the Pobbies
This is a list of people who have been cast members on the WebNetwork sketch comedy series, Much Ado About Nothing. The show started on August 12, 2002, but aired again in 2010 on Webnetwork. There is a different spot for each season, with cast in each season. Leading up to the over view which goes over the whole show. When you see the word "final" next to the person's name, that means that it was their final season on the show. When a person's name appears in bold font that means when the first season appeared on the show. Also the full list of castmembers is on the bottom of this page. List of castmembers are put in alphabetical order by last name (not including featured castmembers who never became regular).
|Keet Banley||November 7 , 2002 -???|
|Kiki Cann||August 12 , 2002 -???|
|Beano Cann||August 12 , 2002 -???|
|Leia Chang||August 12, 2002 -???|
|Jim Fittz||August 12 , 2002 -???|
|Mitchel Fox||August 12, 2002 -???|
|Spencer Haness||August 12, 2002 -???|
|Zelda Little||August 12 , 2002 -???|
|Dan Michaels||November 7 -???|
|Hector Morales||August 12 , 2002 -???|
|Amber Raines||August 12 , 2002 -???|
|Keileigh Roberts||August 12 , 2002 -???|
|Richard Spitz||August 12 , 2002 -???|
|Veronica Termezi||August 12 , 2002 -???|
|Natalie Zimmer||August 12 , 2002 -???|
|Lucy Zimmer||August 12 , 2002 -???|
Anime Crush House
Anime Crush House is the title of a recurring skit featuring anime-styled cartoons created by Manta-bee and Meanfang produced by Marathon Production. The cartoons on this skit mimic anime format, sometimes in chibi style.
- Richard Spitz speaks like former president John F. Kennedy.