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The URL with Phred Show

The URL with Phred Show
The URL with Phred Show logo
Created by Alyssa Cooper[1]
Starring Doug Preis
Stephanie Michaels[2]
Country of origin USA
No. of episodes 20
Production
Running time 1 hour
Release
Original channel Noggin
Original release September 10, 2001 – March 31, 2002
Chronology
Preceded by Phred on Your Head Show

The URL with Phred Show is an American television series originally airing on Noggin. It acts as a spin-off series to Phred on Your Head Show and aired from September 10, 2001 until March 31, 2002.

Unlike Phred on Your Head Show, the show focuses on user-submitted content (often artwork presented through Noggin.com).[3] The URL in the series' title is stated by Phred to stand for "U R Live," in addition to referencing the show's focus on Web content.[4]

Contents

  • Plot 1
  • Characters 2
  • Vignettes 3
    • Selected content 3.1
    • Noggin.com selections 3.2
  • External links 4
  • References 5

Plot

A former pickle jar mascot named Phred hosts a televised art showcase in between showings of other Noggin programs.

Characters

The series' title character, Phred

The show is hosted by Phred (a former pickle mascot who lives in the dot of Noggin.com) and his co-hosts, the Skengles. Big Voice, a commanding voice belonging to an unseen human, also plays a prominent role in the show.

Vignettes

Selected content

Like its predecessor, Phred on Your Head Show, the series featured select episodes of other Noggin television programs such as Doug and Cro.

Noggin.com selections

Data such as high scores for videogames on Noggin.com would air along with the focused content. User-submitted content such as "Dress Phred" (a "dress-up" videogame in which the player chooses an outfit for Phred to wear), poll results (presented by two creatures both named Skengle), and "Noggimation" animated patches were often featured.

External links

References

  1. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20001207121700/http://www.noggin.com/pages/credits.htm
  2. ^ https://www.backstage.com/StephanieMichaels/
  3. ^ "The URL with Phred Show". TV Guide. Retrieved January 9, 2015. 
  4. ^ http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/noggin-goes-back-to-school-with-new-interactive-programming-beginning-monday-september-10-71629047.html
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