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|developed_by = Paulo Ducaveat<br/>Max Viper
 
|developed_by = Paulo Ducaveat<br/>Max Viper
 
|written_by = Paulo Ducaveat<br/>Shane Dukeson<br/>Lester Gomez<br />Mack Oge<br />Leon Oving <small>(pilot)</small><br/>Jefferson Gastor<br/>John Sulger <small>(story)</small>
 
|written_by = Paulo Ducaveat<br/>Shane Dukeson<br/>Lester Gomez<br />Mack Oge<br />Leon Oving <small>(pilot)</small><br/>Jefferson Gastor<br/>John Sulger <small>(story)</small>
|directed_by = Paulo Ducaveat<br/>Raul McFall<br/>Stevie Lincoln<br/>Raul Clancy<br/>Grekk<br/>Mac Ames<br/>Chae-Won Joon
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|directed_by = Paulo Ducaveat<br/>Raul McFall<br/>Stevie Lincoln<br/>Raul Clancy<br/>Grekk<br/>Mac Ames<br/>[[Chae-Won Joon]]
|starring = '''The voices of:'''<br/>Zach Callison<br/>Rick-Jonah Wynn<br/>Grey Griffin<br/>[[Ronald Sotto]]<br/>[[Ally DeMora]]<br/>Jerry Stewfled<br/>Alex Hirsch<br>Linda Cardellini
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|composer(s) = [[wikipedia:Cults_(band)|Cults]]
 
|composer(s) = [[wikipedia:Cults_(band)|Cults]]
 
|country_of_origin = United States|original_language(s) = English
 
|country_of_origin = United States|original_language(s) = English
|no_of_seasons = 1 (2 planned)
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|no_of_seasons = 2
|no_of_episodes = 10 (20 planned)
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|no_of_episodes = 21
|producer(s) = Ben Desper<br>Timothy Diaz, Jr. <small>(line producer)</small><br>Jen Joshua <small>(supervising producer)</small>
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|producer(s) = Paulo Ducaveat<br>Ben Desper<br>Timothy Diaz, Jr. <small>(line producer)</small><br>Jen Joshua <small>(supervising producer)</small>
 
|executive_producer(s) = Scotty Johnson<br/>Max Viper<br/>James Breeman <small>(co-executive producer)</small>
 
|executive_producer(s) = Scotty Johnson<br/>Max Viper<br/>James Breeman <small>(co-executive producer)</small>
 
|production_company(s) = [[The CC|The CC (Cartoon Comedy)]]<br/>[[Phoenix Features]]
 
|production_company(s) = [[The CC|The CC (Cartoon Comedy)]]<br/>[[Phoenix Features]]
 
|running_time = 22 minutes <small>(2 11-minute episodes)</small>|original_network = [[The CC APP]]
 
|running_time = 22 minutes <small>(2 11-minute episodes)</small>|original_network = [[The CC APP]]
|original_release = January 4 - September 13, 2019<sup>[1]</sup>}}'''''Flushed!''''' is an American animated superhero comedy television series created by Dan Wescher and produced by [[The CC|The CC (Cartoon Comedy)]] in collaboration with [[Phoenix Features]]. It premiered unexpectedly on January 4, 2019, on [[The CC APP]], as an attempt at idolizing the success of fellow The CC APP series ''[[Mia Stories]]'', which also premiered without any prior announcement. On January 25, 2019, the series was ordered for 2 seasons of 20 episodes, with 2 segments each. It will be the last one, set to distribute on September 13, 2019.<sup>[1]</sup>
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|original_release = January 4 - September 13, 2019|voices_of = Zach Callison<br/>Rick-Jonah Wynn<br/>Grey Griffin<br/>[[Ronald Sotto]]<br/>[[Ally DeMora]]<br/>Jerry Stewfled<br/>Alex Hirsch<br>Linda Cardellini}}'''''Flushed!''''' is an American animated superhero comedy television webseries created by Dan Wescher and produced by [[The CC|The CC (Cartoon Comedy)]] in collaboration with [[Phoenix Features]]. It premiered unexpectedly on January 4, 2019, on [[The CC APP]], as an attempt at idolizing the success of fellow The CC APP series ''[[Mia Stories]]'', which also premiered without any prior announcement. On January 25, 2019, the series was renewed for a second and final season of 10 episodes that distributed on September 13, 2019.
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
 
Cameron Bradberry (Zach Callison), an asocial teenager, uncovers his superpower: that of giving individuals any type of luck that he desires. He uses this power to his likes, such as getting back at his tormentors and receiving high scores on his tests, but finds out he's not the only one when class smart aleck Noah Jones (Ronald Sotto) reveals he too possesses a superpower. Together, they both attempt to survive the trials and tribulations of conservative high school life while dealing with also having superpowers.
 
Cameron Bradberry (Zach Callison), an asocial teenager, uncovers his superpower: that of giving individuals any type of luck that he desires. He uses this power to his likes, such as getting back at his tormentors and receiving high scores on his tests, but finds out he's not the only one when class smart aleck Noah Jones (Ronald Sotto) reveals he too possesses a superpower. Together, they both attempt to survive the trials and tribulations of conservative high school life while dealing with also having superpowers.
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| colspan="2" | January 4, 2019
 
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| '''[[#Season 2 (TBA)|2]]'''
 
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===Season 1 (2019)===
 
===Season 1 (2019)===
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! id="ep1" scope="row" style="font-weight:normal;" |20
| class="summary" style="text-align:left;" |Final Battle – Part 1
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Raul Clancy<br />Chae-Won Joon
 
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| class="summary" style="text-align:left;" |"Final Battle – Part 2"
Final Battle – Part 2
 
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Raul Clancy<br />Chae-Won Joon
 
| style="text-align: center;"|Raul Clancy<br />Chae-Won Joon
 
| style="text-align: center;"|John Sulger <small>(story)</small><br />Jefferson Gastor
 
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==Inconsistencies==
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==Reception==
*In the pilot, June has short, straight hair, but in other episodes, it's curly and long.
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The show has received positive reviews, with an 8.2 out of 10 rating on IMDb, and an audience score of 90%. The show is critically acclaimed for its good comedy and featuring two LGBTQ+ characters, Johnny Wind and Tommy Ward.
*In the pilot, the sky is cyan in one shot, but sky blue in the next.
 
 
[[Category:X-Inbox]]
 
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[[Category:TV series]]
 
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Latest revision as of 18:20, April 20, 2020

Flushed! is an American animated superhero comedy television webseries created by Dan Wescher and produced by The CC (Cartoon Comedy) in collaboration with Phoenix Features. It premiered unexpectedly on January 4, 2019, on The CC APP, as an attempt at idolizing the success of fellow The CC APP series Mia Stories, which also premiered without any prior announcement. On January 25, 2019, the series was renewed for a second and final season of 10 episodes that distributed on September 13, 2019.

PlotEdit

Cameron Bradberry (Zach Callison), an asocial teenager, uncovers his superpower: that of giving individuals any type of luck that he desires. He uses this power to his likes, such as getting back at his tormentors and receiving high scores on his tests, but finds out he's not the only one when class smart aleck Noah Jones (Ronald Sotto) reveals he too possesses a superpower. Together, they both attempt to survive the trials and tribulations of conservative high school life while dealing with also having superpowers.

CharactersEdit

Main article: List of Flushed! characters

Series overviewEdit

Season Episodes Segments Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 11 21 January 4, 2019
2 10 18 September 13, 2019

Season 1 (2019)Edit

No. Title Directed by Written by Storyboard by Original airdate Prod.
Code
1 "The Dash
The Major Confession"
Paulo Ducaveat Leon Oving Joe Agamarco January 4, 2019 101
The Dash: Cameron utilizes his luck so he can win his Fitness Training class's competitive mile run, unaware that he has used up all of it for the day as he had previously used it to get a 106 on a Math test. Because of this, he has to compete in the race using his strength.
The Major Confession: Cameron is forced to come out to his parents after he's caught energizing his powers, but his vague response adheres them to believe he's coming out for...another reason.
2 "Way Down We Go"
June's Power"
Stevie Lincoln Shane Dukeson Stan Maifrey January 4, 2019 102
Way Down We Go: Cameron's superpowers go out of control and make a student running with him trip over, leaving the kid in the clinic.
June's Power: Cameron goes to June's house, giving Mrs. Capper June's schoolwork because of June's absence. June's mom lets him into June's room, where she is practicing using her telekinesis. Cameron then learns she has powers.
3 "The Tick-Tock
I Will Do It!"
Paulo Ducaveat
Raul McFall
Lester Gomez Joe Agamarco
Bart Wright
January 4, 2019 103
The Tick Tock: Cameron's dad buys an antique clock with a ticking noise so annoying that Cameron tries to get rid of it.
I Will Do It: Cameron is exposed to a chemical that turns him rebellious, and he starts using his powers to do dares at school.
4 "The Rude Dude
Noah the Know-It-All"
Paulo Ducaveat Shane Dukeson Stan Maifrey January 4, 2019 104
The Rude Dude: Noah starts pulling pranks on Cameron, so he uses bad luck to get Noah sick, and Cameron goes rogue with his luck.
Noah the Know-It-All: Noah creates a drink that makes him smarter, and he uses the knowledge to try taking over the world.
5 "Make Me
A Tale of Two Classrooms"
Grekk Mac Ames Bart Wright January 4, 2019 105
6 "In The Time
Ye, Me and We"
Raul Clancy Shane Dukeson Bart Wright January 4, 2019 106
7 "Nerd Alert!
A Heavy Grudge"
Raul Clancy
Grekk
Mac Ames Joe Agamarco January 4, 2019 107
8 "A Hard-Knock Life
Superpowers
Stevie Lincoln Lester Gomez Stan Maifrey January 4, 2019 108
9 "Cool and Vicious
Cracked"
Raul Clancy Shane Dukeson Bart Wright January 4, 2019 109
10 "The Cold Day
Location No. 5"
Paulo Ducaveat Mac Ames
Jefferson Gastor
Stan Maifrey January 4, 2019 110
11 "Hero" Raul McFall Paulo Ducaveat
Shane Dukeson
Lester Gomez
Stan Maifrey
Bart Wright
January 4, 2019 111

Season 2 (2019)Edit

No. Title Directed by Written by Storyboard by Original airdate Prod.
Code
12 "The Notebook
The Life"
Grekk Paulo Ducaveat Bart Wright September 13, 2019 201
13 "Vacation"
Stevie Lincoln
Paulo Ducaveat
Bart Wright
September 13, 2019
202
14 "Try Me
The True Center of the Earth"
Raul Clancy
Mac Ames
Stan Maifrey
September 13, 2019
203
15 "For the Birds
My Cinematic Dreams
Lester Gomez
Jefferson Gastor
John Sulger (story)
Paulo Ducaveat
Joe Agamarco
September 13, 2019
204
16 "Madness
Why I Hate Sports"
Paulo Ducaveat Lester Gomez Stan Maifrey
Joe Agamarco
September 13, 2019 205
17 "Downtown
No Lies"
Jefferson Gastor Mac Ames Joe Agamarco September 13, 2019 206
18 "A Good Look
Worst Teacher Ever"
Paulo Ducaveat
Raul Clancy
Lester Gomez Joe Agamarco September 13, 2019 207
19 "Just for Laughs
Never Again"
Paulo Ducaveat Paulo Ducaveat Bart Wright
Stan Maifrey
September 13, 2019 208
20 "Final Battle – Part 1"

Raul Clancy
Chae-Won Joon

John Sulger (story)
Jefferson Gastor
Joe Agamarco
Stan Maifrey
Bart Wright
September 13, 2019 209
21 "Final Battle – Part 2" Raul Clancy
Chae-Won Joon
John Sulger (story)
Jefferson Gastor
Joe Agamarco
Stan Maifrey
Bart Wright
September 13, 2019 210

ReceptionEdit

The show has received positive reviews, with an 8.2 out of 10 rating on IMDb, and an audience score of 90%. The show is critically acclaimed for its good comedy and featuring two LGBTQ+ characters, Johnny Wind and Tommy Ward.

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