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Been a while, but from what I remember, wasn't terribly entertaining.
I like Damon Wayans, and I haven't seen this cartoon in a decade, but from what I can remember, it wasn't the most interesting show. If I watched it, it was because it was a cartoon, and I'd watch just about any cartoon simply because it was colorful and made noises. Every episode would be generally the same thing: Poor, imaginative small boy and friends would learn life lessons through trial and error, and at the end of every episode, a valuable lesson would be learned or something. If you didn't see it back in the 90s, there's certainly no need to go out of your way to try and see it now. I can still remember the opening theme song like I heard it yesterday.
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