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Four Eyes!

Four Eyes! is a children's Cartoon series, currently showing on Nicktoons.

Plot summary

The series centers around an alien girl called Emma, who is sent to earth by her parents to repeat the fifth grade. The show was created by Darryl Kluskowski. "Four Eyes!" is a co-production between Porchlight Entertainment, Inc. Los Angeles, CA and Pictor Media, SA, France.

Characters

  • Jules de Jongh as Emma: An 11-year old girl from the planet Albacore 7. She was sent to the Payne Academy boarding school by her parents, after flunking the fifth grade back home. Usually squid-like in appearance, Emma uses a device shaped like a pair of glasses to alter her appearance into a human form. She has a plethora of alien abilities, including multiple psychic powers, the ability to fire a matter-disintegration beam from her fingers, being able to hold her breath for a long time, and many others. In human form, Emma has the physical appearance of a stereotypical geek; she has buckteeth and wears glasses. She has a severe allergy to dairy products.
  • Eric Myers and Ricky Herman as Skyler and Pete: Emma's best friends. They are the only ones who know her secret. While they are both quintessential "nerds", Pete has a tendency to be very panicky and over-dramatic, while Skyler tends to be calmer and more collected. Like Emma, they both wear glasses and have at least one snaggle tooth. Pete has a crush on another girl called Isabelle.
  • Ricky Herman and Regina Candler as Alexis and Roland Billingsford: The school snobs. They act superior to everyone else. While both of them dislike Emma, Alexis especially hates her, going out of her way to cause her trouble. Roland is later revealed to not be as bad as he seems, and was actually pushed into the bullying life by his sister.
  • Eric Myers as Redgar: Star of the Withering Vine school's soccer team. Emma has a crush on him. They have both come into contact before, and Redgar has shown to be really nice to Emma and even inviting her on a date to watch a football game. In one episode, Redgar showed interest in a girl from his own school, causing Emma to become extremely jealous which caused her to turn into a demonic monster, far from her alien appearance.
  • Joanna Ruiz as Miss Dowager: The kid's strict teacher. She lavishes praise on the Billingsford twins, whilst looking for any excuse to send Emma and her friends to detention. It is later revealed that the reason she hates Emma so much is because her last boyfriend left her for a woman with the same name.[1]
  • Tom Clarke Hill as Coach Stebbins: The kids physical education teacher. A former officer in the army, he sees no difference between the students and his former platoon, treating them like grunts and calling them "privates".
  • Tom Clarke Hill as Headmaster Payne: The owner of Payne Academy. An easy-going, good-natured man, he prefers not to punish his students unless necessary, and often tries to "connect" with his young charges. In Plasma Psychic Analysis he, thanks to Emma, gets the characteristics of a cat. In one episode, Emma actually impersonated him by speaking with a man's voice into the PA and actually doing a good job.
  • Regina Candler and Tom Clarke Hill as Emma's Parents: Although living on Albacore 7, they often talk with Emma through a communications device disguised as a lava lamp.

Episode list

  1. Cheaters Never Win / Plasma Physic Analysis
  2. No Payne, No Gain/The Big Race
  3. Miss Pop Hilarity / Emma's Twin
  4. Who Needs You? / In Love
  5. Double Trouble / Pete and Re-Pete
  6. Miss Dowager's Revenge / Skyler's Trick
  7. Roland, The Super Bully / Science Fair
  8. Who's Who? / So Dreamy
  9. Emma's Nightmare / Pete's Romance
  10. The New Monster / Roland's Secret
  11. Frog Day Afternoon / The Last Judgment
  12. Who Am I? / High In The Sky
  13. Alien Island / Birthday
  14. Gone To The Dogs / The Pool
  15. Falling Star / The Detention
  16. Bad Hair Day / The Test
  17. Goal Oriented / Miss Dowager's Secret
  18. Till Dept' Do Us Part / The Animal
  19. My Hero / Camping

References

External links

  • Four Eyes on tv.com
  • Internet Movie Database
  • Four Eyes full-length episodes on KidMango.com
  • Big Cartoon Database
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