One of the many 2000s kids shows on nicktoons. Hesitated to bring it up. Was about a female robot fitting in and dealing with her issues in high school and planetary threats
And she was all blue and stuff?
Yes what a shame
@EvilLobsterKing yes, lemme edit the theme
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I remember that show, I think, specifically one episode where she gets nerves...
For a moment I thought to the zits and puberty episode
I think it had something like 2 settings, pain and tickle...
Blue his house with a blue little window.
In all seriousness, I remember this show, most prominently, the episode with the puppet.
Holy cow, I remember this. I don't remember watching it, but she certainly looks very familiar!
I remember this show. I was hyped up about that one guy putting butter on his clothes to escape prison or something.
looooved this show, with all it's crazy takes on robotic teenage years. even if i didn't understand any of it until now o_o
I only saw the show once, on the Videonow thingy Majig.
I loved this show
I remember the writing being fairly self aware of how ridiculous the concept was.
I should really go back and watch it.
Man, just hearing that theme song was so nostalgic for me. This used to be one of my favorite shows as a kid.
But this episode:
THIS MESSED ME UP FOR LIFE.
JMP you are the man, man.
I remember watching this when I had Nicktoons network.
I think what I liked the most about it was XJ-9 herself. Not quite sure why though.
I REMEMBER THIS AND I WAS BORN IN/AFTER 2000! THIS WAS THE BEST MANG
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I remember this, I remember the theme. but I dont remember following it.
Well I was going to comment that I used watch this show all the time and loved it
then i was triggered by this
I recently re-watched a lot of the episodes from this series, and it really holds up.
This is one of the many TV shows I watch when I was little. I used to love this show, and I would watch it along with many other classics on Nickelodeon and Nicktoons. I rewatched it a couple of months ago, and I am really pleased with the quality. The characters are fun and relatable, the episodes have a good silliness to them, and I really enjoy how they added the "Mickey-Mouse look" to the show, giving it a good flare. It's definitely a little different than I remembered, probably because I was only 7 when I last watch it.