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Comedy Peeps is a Zentonian-American-Canadian television show focusing on two colorful and weird creatures that get characters from other cartoons to be in Skits.{{Infobox_television_2|title1 = Comedy Peeps|image1 = Comedy Peeps.png|caption1 = The logo.|also_known_as = Skits and Glory 1995-2001|genre = Satirical, Comedy, and various other genres.|created_by = Daniel Kuzanka and Wonda Nendaling|based_on = Skits and Glory|developed_by = Buffshark Studios|written_by = Daniel Kuzanka and various others|screenplay_by = Unknown|story_by = Unknown|directed_by = Unknown|creative_director(s) = Various people|presented_by = Various|starring = Various|judges = Unknown|voices_of = Various people|narrated_by = Unknown|theme_music_composer = Unknown|opening_theme = ''It's... the Comedy Peeps!''|ending_theme = Unknown|composer(s) = Unknown|country_of_origin = Zentos, USA, Canada, Japan, South Korea, and El Kadsre|original_language(s) = Zentonian Creole, English, French, Japanese, Korean, and various others (EG: Vicnoran, Italian, others)|no_of_seasons = 9|no_of_episodes = 400|executive_producer(s) = Unknown|producer(s) = Unknown|news_editor(s) = Unknown|location(s) = Unknown|cinematography = Unknown|editor(s) = Unknown|camera_setup = Unknown|running_time = 15-40 minutes|production_company(s) = Unknown|distributor(s) = Unknown|budget = Unknown|original_network = Jetix (Zentos) 2006-2012 (Only on Jetix Midnight block, which is a Zentonian Jetix block that is on at midnight) Adult Swim (USA)
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{{Infobox_television_2|title1 = Comedy Peeps|image1 = Comedy Peeps.png|caption1 = The logo.|also_known_as = Skits and Glory 1995-2001|genre = Satirical, Comedy, and various other genres.|created_by = Daniel Kuzanka and Wonda Nendaling|based_on = Skits and Glory|developed_by = Buffshark Studios|written_by = Daniel Kuzanka and various others|screenplay_by = Unknown|story_by = Unknown|directed_by = Unknown|creative_director(s) = Various people|presented_by = Various|starring = Various|judges = Unknown|voices_of = Various people|narrated_by = Unknown|theme_music_composer = Unknown|opening_theme = ''It's... the Comedy Peeps!''|ending_theme = Unknown|composer(s) = Unknown|country_of_origin = Zentos, USA, Canada, Japan, South Korea, and El Kadsre|original_language(s) = Zentonian Creole, English, French, Japanese, Korean, and various others (EG: Vicnoran, Italian, others)|no_of_seasons = 9|no_of_episodes = 400|executive_producer(s) = Unknown|producer(s) = Unknown|news_editor(s) = Unknown|location(s) = Unknown|cinematography = Unknown|editor(s) = Unknown|camera_setup = Unknown|running_time = 15-40 minutes|production_company(s) = Unknown|distributor(s) = Unknown|budget = Unknown|original_network = Jetix (Zentos) 2006-2012 (Only on Jetix Midnight block, which is a Zentonian Jetix block that is on at midnight) Adult Swim (USA)
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Channel 4 (Zentos and UK)}}'''Comedy Peeps''' is a Zentonian-American-Canadian television show focusing on two colorful and weird creatures that get characters from other cartoons to be in Skits.
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The show had ended in 2017, however its legacy lives on in other cartoons.
== Episodes and Media: ==
 
Pilot (1993)
 
   
 
== Episodes and media ==
 
* Pilot (1993)
 
Experiment gone wrong (1995), various others
 
Experiment gone wrong (1995), various others
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Comedy Peeps has had many video games made before, the majority of them being on the PlayStation. The first game was called: Comedy Peeps: Aftermath of the Experiment, released for the PS2 in 2004, by Traveller's Tales. The second game was released in 2005 for the PS2, and 2006 for the PS3. A GameCube version was released in early 2006. The games were developed by Traveller's Tales again, and Vivendi Games. In Japan, Konami published the game. The third game was released in 2007 for the PS3, Xbox 360, and the Wii. 2K developed the game and Vivendi published it again, but under the Sierra brand. Later versions of the game are published by Activision. Comedy Peeps: The Game was released in 2009, and was developed by Konami. Comedy Peeps: Battle Havoc was released a year later in 2010, developed by 2K and published by Activision. It was released for the PS3 and the Wii. A port for the Xbox 360 was released in 2011. Cyrus from his game series appeared in Battle Havoc as a DLC fighter exclusive to the PlayStation version of the game.[[Category:Fictional television series]]
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Latest revision as of 17:01, 15 February 2020

Comedy Peeps is a Zentonian-American-Canadian television show focusing on two colorful and weird creatures that get characters from other cartoons to be in Skits.

The show had ended in 2017, however its legacy lives on in other cartoons.

Episodes and media

  • Pilot (1993)

Experiment gone wrong (1995), various others

Trivia

Comedy Peeps has had many video games made before, the majority of them being on the PlayStation. The first game was called: Comedy Peeps: Aftermath of the Experiment, released for the PS2 in 2004, by Traveller's Tales. The second game was released in 2005 for the PS2, and 2006 for the PS3. A GameCube version was released in early 2006. The games were developed by Traveller's Tales again, and Vivendi Games. In Japan, Konami published the game. The third game was released in 2007 for the PS3, Xbox 360, and the Wii. 2K developed the game and Vivendi published it again, but under the Sierra brand. Later versions of the game are published by Activision. Comedy Peeps: The Game was released in 2009, and was developed by Konami. Comedy Peeps: Battle Havoc was released a year later in 2010, developed by 2K and published by Activision. It was released for the PS3 and the Wii. A port for the Xbox 360 was released in 2011. Cyrus from his game series appeared in Battle Havoc as a DLC fighter exclusive to the PlayStation version of the game.