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Life is not easy at age 10. And Jerry can attest it.

Jerry is the new kid that has come to school. Doing his best to somehow fit in the society before his eyes, he tries to join the so-called "three friends" (Frank, Eric and Thomas), who don't feel like wanting to have him alongside them. The guys themselves try their hardest to attract girls, so they're not without hardships either. When you're unpopular enough to be rejected by a group that is already unpopular for the rest, you know things will only get worse from here.

The series is a production with roots in Sweden and the United Kingdom, debuting on Nickelodeon in Latin America. Sadly, it was, in a way, too ahead of its time (and Too Good to Last). The show was criticized for its child-unfriendly content, including sexual references, illegal and morally questionable actions that children might see as fun to imitate, and offensive language (one episode had the kids get in trouble for swearing). It only aired for one year in America (on the then-new FOX Family channel, which also included other cast-off cartoons as Bad Dog, Monster Farm [1], and Walter Melon -- along with old reruns of "Pee-Wee's Playhouse"), and only spawned 39 episodes.

Urgently needs Wiki Magic.


  1. not the anime; this was a cartoon about a 20-year-old slacker named Jack who inherits a farm filled with monster farm animals
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