Snake In The Class Review

This is one of the GOOD episodes of this show.

It was really good to see Kobura again, since he and Deadeye are my favorite characters. I loved the part where Chuckie got chased by his fangirls (kinda had it coming). Since Kobura is a snakeman, I wasn't surprised by the fact he could hypnotize people. I also loved this quote, Kobura: And you will stop hissing your "s". People of Wasabiworld: Okey Dokey! It made me laugh so hard! Kobura definitely went under some character change between "Kobura Strikes" and "Snake in the Class". I am happy to give this episode a 10 out of 10. See ya Later everybody.


Now You Coliseum, Now You Don't Review

K.O. Joe learns that he should think before he acts. :!:

I guess it was only a matter of time before I added in this show into my list of favorite shows that I like to watch. K.O. Joe is cool with the kids and cool in his fashion sense, but when it comes to Dr. Wasabi and his restrictive rules, he Really has a short temper! Chick Pea warns Joe that he shouldn't go barging into Dr. Wasabi's looking for trouble, that is not the real way for a Chook to act. But Joe thinks that he will have the situation all under control. Unfortunately, he doesn't. And to add insult to injury, Bubba and Wasabi also capture Chuckie Chan and Chick Pea as collateral! Now if they want to save their lives and if K.O. Joe wants the solar blading ban lifted, he and the other Chooks will have to fight against Wasabi's evil monkey minions in a game of Extreme Rollerblading. Even though the monkeys try to cheat, the Chooks prevail by playing fair and square! Too bad Wasabi doesn't! The only reason he made his game have no rules is that he could Break that rule! He arbitrarily disqualifies the ball that would have won it for the Chooks, and now the two sides are in a tie. The game now moves into sudden death, and now K.O. Joe has to face off alone against Bubba, and Bubba is playing to win! It is in this perilous situation that Joe realizes he was biting off more than he wanted to handle, but he's still determined to get his karate pals out of this mess! And with a real grace of finesse, he foils Bubba's attempts and wins the game, forcing Dr. Wasabi to lift the ban and let the Chooks go free! Best of all, Joe promises he will think about his potential actions more thoroughly before he commits on one of them. This looks like it is going to be a good show. :idea: Enough said, true believers! ;)


Kobura Strikes Review

The first great episode of what might become a great new show! 8)

I haven't had an easy time getting into this show. I've usually been playing my Nintendo DS, so my attention has only been 50% focused. Thankfully, I'm glad my attention was focused 100% this time because it showed a real sense of danger and the commitment Chuckie Chan must face off against: evils against his students and the rest of Wasabi World! As a young student, Chuckie Knew he was a great student with great skills, but had an overconfidence problem. Meanwhile, a fellow student named Kobe had an anger problem. To remedy this, their Sensei sends them on a task to teach them to control their emotions before their emotions control them. Chuckie plays fair and square, and Kobe tries to cheat, but Chuckie wins the first two challenges. On the third challenge, they must pluck a deadly cobra from the Pit of Doom! The situation is very dangerous, but Chuckie remembers what his master told him: he must not let emotions rule his mind. He must stay calm, relaxed, and not show his fear in order to pass. Chuckie succeeds but Kobe doesn't. He falls prey to the snake's venom, and becomes a bitter rival of Chuckie's. Many years later, Kobe has become Kobura and has grown in strength and power. He seeks out and strikes Chuckie with poisonous, deadly venom as retribution for now looking like a giant snake! Kobura tells Chuckie unless Chuckie can pass the three tests again under Kobura's revisions, he and his students will Never get the antidote to cure them! And they must get it by sun down! Even though Chuckie's mind is clouded, his path is clear. He rescues both Ko Joe and Chick Pea from certain doom. But now, Chuckie must pluck and defeat Kobura to get the antidote. At first, it seems like Chuckie can't beat Kobura with poison in his system, but he still remembers his old Master's words, and manages to beat Kobura once again, and saves his students while Kobura falls to his doom. Chuckie saved the day! This looks promising! Enough said, true believers! ;)


Game Over Chooks Review

Really clever show with lots of actions and funny lines

This is a great action show with some really cool kung fu heroes. They all live and work undercover in a hi-tech shopping mall run by an evil dr. What makes this show really funny is the great dialogue and character relationships. They are a bit like 'Friends', all good buddies who equally like to poke fun about themselves, but will always be there for each other.
When the action starts, there are some great sequences and the computer animation was really high quality - very like a movie!
There climax was really tense and you couldn't guess how it would work out; but it was very funny when it did (I won't give away the end!)
I would really recommend catching this show :)


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Ever since I saw the episode "Game Over Chooks" by Cartoon Network's newest show, "Chop Socky Chooks", I instantly fell in love with the show. But not only that, I fell in love with one of the characters on such short notice. Chuckie Chan. First, it was K.O. Joe whom I first noticed, but it was Chuckie whom I couldn't stop drooling over. Sure, he's not "plain english" like Joe, but his wise words of wisdom is all I need to understand what a unique guy he truly is. And I've realized how much he truly is...just looking at those eyes behind those beautiful glasses just makes my heart melt. But looks aren't everyhting, no, I love him because of his big, confident heart and wise mind. No one, not even Dr. Wasabi, can steal this chook's dignity.