Ask Edward, All About Babies
Studio: Frederator Studios Release Date : August 9, 1998 Series: Oh Yeah! Cartoons
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Synopsis

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Credits

Director

Robert "Rob" Renzetti

Music

Steve Rucker
Thomas Chase Jones

Voices

Tara Strong
Tom Kenny

Character Design

Robert "Rob" Renzetti
Paul Rudish

Creator

Robert "Rob" Renzetti

Writer

Robert "Rob" Renzetti

Background Design

Daniel "Dan" Krall

Prop Designer

Bob Boyle
Sean Edberg

Background Color

Tim Biskup

Television

Oh Yeah! Cartoons (Season 1, Episode 4)

Video Information

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Reviews and Comments

From Ethanimation21 :

Have you ever wondered what would happen if you put Tom Kenny and Tara Strong as a comedy duo featuring to kid dogs? Well, this is the short for you, "Ask Edward: All About Babies. The plot of the short is that Emo plays baby with his toy figures, which annoys his big brother, Edward. Emo explains the reason is because their mom and dad were talking about having another baby. since this short is Ask Edward, this episode does what the title predicts. Edward answers the question simply to say that storks bring in their babies, not too dissimilar to Dumbo. After Edward explains, Emo finds an egg outside, and he and Edward mistake it as an egg for a baby brother. And Edward teases Emo that the "baby" could be a problem for him. And Emo tries his best to make sure nothing terrible happens to him, simply by trying to put the egg into the dark, and tries to put the egg in the freezer, but it just falls and cracks. Their mom overhears this and decides to cook them scrambled eggs. When Edward refuses, they confess to their mother what's been happening, and their mom tells them it's just a complete misunderstanding. And Edward gives out a much better explanation. You see, after the stork lays the egg, the bee has to pollinate it, otherwise, there's no baby inside, leaving Emo quite confused, but stung by a bee on the nose in the process. The short is quite cute. The characters are cute, the animation is cute, heck, the voices are cute, heck, even the plot is cute, almost as cute as Nermal from Garfield and Friends, but don't tell Garfield that. I should of course mention that Emo was voiced the lovable Tara Strong, using a voice that's sort of like a precursor to Timmy Turner whom she also does. She's just one of the best voice actresses out there. But she's not the only star of this cartoon, there;s also Tom Kenny as the voice of Edward (AKA: Eddy), using a voice that is pretty much as precursor to Carl from Johnny Bravo, in which whom Tom Kenny also did about a year later. Enjoy all the cuteness of the cartoon while you still can.
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Daniel "Dan" Krall: Background Design
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Tim Biskup: Background Color
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Robert "Rob" Renzetti: Creator
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Robert "Rob" Renzetti: Writer
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Robert "Rob" Renzetti: Director
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Tara Strong: Voices
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Tom Kenny: Voices
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Steve Rucker: Music
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Thomas Chase Jones: Music
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Robert "Rob" Renzetti: Character Design
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Paul Rudish: Character Design
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Bob Boyle: Prop Designer
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Sean Edberg: Prop Designer
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