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|Chowder Vol 2|
Actors: Nicky Jones, Dwight Schultz, John Di Maggio, Tara Strong, Dana Snyder
Genres: Comedy, Kids & Family, Television, Animation
Marzipan City is a place where anything can happen and the unorthodox is commonplace. In the middle of this bizarre city is a quaint little shop known as Mung Daal Catering, which is owned by Mung Daal, one of the ost acco... more »
Chowder Vol. Two: Can't Wait For this One!
Ellen R. Fissel | South Mountain, PA USA | 12/19/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Well, finally another great volume of a great catoon. Chowder Vol. 2 continues with the misadventures of Chowder, Mung, Shnitzel, and the other zany characters of Marzipan City.
This DVD contains more episodes from the hit animated series.Volume two contains five episodes (two 11 minute episodes per each episode). The episodes included are:
Episode Six- The Wrong Address/The Wrong Customer
Episode Seven- The Burple Nurple Stand/Shnitzel Make A Deposit
Episode Eight- Gazpatcho Stands Up/A Taste Of Marzipan
Episode Nine- The Puckerberry Overlords/The Elemelons
Episode Ten- Sniffleball/Mung On The Rocks
My addvice, pre-order this DVD. It's cheap and you get a lot of entertainment with it!"
More episodes on DVD.
Charles Brubaker | Martin, TN | 03/12/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a second volume of the hit Cartoon Network show "Chowder". These are the next five episodes from the show's first season.
Highlights including the Wrong Address/Wrong Customer combo (the two seemingly different shorts that are connected together into one story, one from Chowder and Mung's side and other from Shnitzel and Truffles')
Gazpacho Stands Up is another funny episode, where Chowder helps Gazpacho by writing down all the jokes for his stand-up comedy appearance. Unfortunately Chowder's handwriting is too terrible for one to read.
Then there's "Shnitzel Makes a Deposit" (one of the first eps to air) where Shnitzel is forced to take Chowder to the bank.
All the episodes are funny. Hope more DVDs will come; the series gets funnier as each episode pass.
Recommended to cartoon fans."