Shuriken School

2006, TV Show

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Parents' Guide: What's New for Tweens?

Former adolescents Michael Davis and Mark Nollinger can still summon their inner middle-schooler when they watch tween TV. They got together the other day to compare notes on the new season for kids who are approximately 5 feet tall, wear braces and inject the word "like" between words, like, all the time.

Michael Davis: Which new or returning shows will send parents screaming out of the room?

Nollinger: It's too early to tell with the new shows, although I can imagine that even some folks who loved Beavis and Butt-Head as college students might not welcome Mr. Meaty (premiering Sept. 22, on Nickelodeon) into their living rooms as parents. Personally, I can handle just about anything as long as I don't have to hear the Camp Lazlo theme song ever again. I do  Read Full Article

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Paid | Amazon Instant Video Aired: 1/12/2007

Season 1, Episode 13
The students are busy cleaning, tidying and polishing the school in preparation for a visit from Shuriken's alumni. While students and staff solemnly wait at the Main Entrance an old man appears, leaning on his cane.

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Paid | Amazon Instant Video Aired: 11/5/2006

Season 1, Episode 12
One night, the Principal comes across a Mysterious Ninja in the school corridors. The Ninja gets away from the Principal, but drops his backpack. The Principal finds all sorts of trophies from Katana School inside.

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Paid | Amazon Instant Video Aired: 10/29/2006

Season 1, Episode 11
In the perspective of an exchange program with an American school, Shuriken welcomes three students from a... Cheerleading Academy! The only school prepared to take on all the costs for the exchange.

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Paid | Amazon Instant Video Aired: 10/22/2006

Season 1, Episode 10
A mysterious demon creates havoc in the school, spreading rubbish throughout the corridors and classrooms. Not only are students terrified by this mystery phantom, but also they get punished by the teachers, who blame them for the mess.

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Parents' Guide: What's New for Tweens?

Former adolescents Michael Davis and Mark Nollinger can still summon their inner middle-schooler when they watch tween TV. They got together the other day to compare notes on the new season for kids who are approximately 5 feet tall, wear braces and inject the word "like" between words, like, all the time. Michael Davis: Which new or returning shows will send parents screaming out of the room? Nollinger: It's too early to tell with the new shows, although I can imagine that even some folks who loved Beavis and Butt-Head as college students might not welcome Mr. Meaty (premiering Sept. 22, on Nickelodeon) into their living rooms as parents. Personally, I can handle just about anything as long as I don't have to hear the Camp Lazlo theme song ever again. I do read more

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Premiered: August 20, 2006, on Nickelodeon
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Premise: A humorous cartoon aimed at kids ages 6 to 11 about a school where young ninjas learn martial arts. Stories focus on 10-year-old Eizan Kaburagi, a new student at Shuriken, and his two best friends, Jimmy B and Okuni Dohan.

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