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My Dinner with Johnny Test at 7pm on Cartoon Network

My Dinner with Johnny Test at 7pm on Cartoon Network

Spilling drinks, elbows on the table, arriving late, leaving early, and, of course, burping. These are the aspects of every dinner that most would like to avoid. Most, that is, except for folks like Johnny Test. See, Johnny’s repulsive eating habits and genuinely rude behavior is not only a common occurrence at the dinner table, it’s something he enjoys! But one night, dad has had enough, and he strikes a bet with his son that Johnny can’t go one full meal without complaining about his food for making weird noises. Can Johnny hang on? Or is this truly a Test he can’t pass? TOON into Cartoon Network on November 14th at 7pm for Johnny Test: My Dinner with Johnny to find out.

Fangs a Lot Johnny and Johnny Trick or Treat truly Test Halloween

Fangs a Lot Johnny and Johnny Trick or Treat truly Test Halloween

With every Cartoon Network show really pitching in to make this a scary, and animated, Halloween, its great to see the good folks of Johnny Test contributing not one, not two, but three specials to the bunch! The holiday episodes, Fangs a Lot Johnny, Johnny Trick or Treat, and Nightmare on Johnny’s Street, are sure to offer their fair share of sweetness; not unlike the bags of candy you’ll be going through as you watch them! It all starts off Monday, October 31st – aka Halloween – at 6:30pm. So get there, grab some M&Ms and dig into the Johnny Test Halloween special.

Cartoon Network scares up Johnny Test: Nightmare on Johnny’s Street

Cartoon Network scares up Johnny Test: Nightmare on Johnny's Street

Through the years, Johnny Test has brought us a number of great episodes, courtesy of the genius creations and experiments of his sisters, Susan and Mary. However, in tonight’s Halloween ready episode, it’s Susan and Mary that have their dreams come true. Johnny, on the other hand, must deal with his nightmares. After a series of bad dreams about monsters coming to life and conquering Porkbelly, the unthinkable happens: the nightmares come true! In an actual nightmare, at least you always have the ability to fight back by waking up – not sure what you do when you’re living them in real life! Be sure to TOON in to Cartoon Network October 24th at 7pm for the airing of Johnny Test: Nightmare on Johnny’s Street.

Johnny Test returns to Cartoon Network June 13

Johnny Test returns to Cartoon Network June 13

His sisters are 13; twin geniuses, both. He is younger, and thus always the guinea pig to their tests. Often willingly. The result? An awesome cartoon. The twin sisters Susan and Mary, and the boy, like the series, is named Johnny Test. Premiering back in 2005 on the Kids WB, Johnny Test will be entering his fifth season in a few weeks on Cartoon Network, June 13th. Sure, the math doesn’t necessarily add up, but when you’re getting good animation, it’s not really that important! A joint venture between Teletoon Productions and Cookie Jar Entertainment, Johnny Test will join Cartoon Network’s Monday night animated comedy lineup, which includes The Amazing World of Gumball, Adventure Time, MAD, and Regular Show. Great company; great toons. Johnny will fit right in!

Cookie Jar Entertainment starts Johnny Test season 5 on Teletoon and Cartoon Network

Cookie Jar Entertainment starts Johnny Test season 5 on Teletoon and Cartoon Network

Johnny Test will be kicking off his fifth season later this week on Teletoon, and shortly there after on Cartoon Network. 5 seasons! When the year is all said and done, Johnny Test, Scott Fellows’ creation, will be zoning in at nearly 100 episodes, putting the toon in rarefied company. And, really, it’s easy to see them following the simplified formula: get a boy with two super genius scientist twin sisters, oh and a genetically engineered talking dog, and boom, you’ve got yourself a winner! They don’t even have to be named Johnny, Susan, Mary, and Dukey. Well, OK, maybe they should. They don’t have to be. Regardless, the Cookie Jar Entertainment series might feature stories where Johnny is the guinea pig, but the viewers clearly don’t mind “test”ing new episodes!

Inspector Gadget and Johnny Test to Viper Comics

Inspector Gadget and Johnny Test to Viper Comics

Typically, as seen with specials like Wolverine and the X-Men, it’s the other way around – comics becoming cartoons. But now, two generations worth of toons are now headed into the media of comic books; Inspector Gadget and Johnny Test are making the full transition from animation to the printed page, as Viper Comics signs the two properties to comic book deals. Inspector Gadget, DIC Entertainment’s (now Cookie Jar Entertainment’s) classic 80s toon, features a cyborg detective, whose human body stores multiple bionic gadgets — somewhat like an early Generator Rex! Johnny Test, on the other (non-bionic) hand, follows the adventures of Johnny and his brilliant twin sisters Susan and Mary. Fans can expect a graphic novel collection of each to hit store shelves in early 2011, along side a field dominated by Spider-Man, Batman, Superman, and other Marvel and DC super heroes.

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