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What's with Andy? is a Canadien animated series that debuted in August 2001. It was originally an interactive Flash movie with completely different voice actors and a promotion for FOX Kids. However, it ended up airing on Teletoon.The protagonist of the series is Andy Larkin, a fun-loving 13-year-old who performs practical jokes. He lives in the fictional city of East Gackle,Alberta. He constantly breaks the fourth wall when the screen freezes.Andy's best friend, Danny Pickett, helps him out on his every prank. He's enemies with his sister, Jen Larkin, and the bullies Peter Lik and Andrew Leech. Andy lusts for a girl named Lori Mackney and usually tries to impress her.The show ran every morning on ABC Family at 8:00 a.m. Eastern Time from August 2001 until March 2002. It was also seen at 3:30 p.m. Eastern/2:30 p.m. Central time on Toon Disney for a short time in early 2005.Filmed primarily in traditional 2D animation, 'What's With Andy?' also incorporates an innovative black and white story-telling style dubbed Doodlevision. Through this unique animation technique, Andy comically renders his own twisted take on events by freezing the action and explaining what's about to happen--from his own perspective. Based on the books in the "Just" series, Just Tricking!, Just Annoying!, Just Stupid and Just Crazy!, written by Andy Griffiths and illustrated by Terry Denton, What's With Andy is produced by Cinegroup's Michel Lemire, directed by Tim Deacon and art directed by Louyse Lambert. The Line Producer is Daniele Joubert.

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  • FIRST AIRED: September 22nd, 2001
  • LAST AIRED: March 4th, 2007
  • Current number of episodes: 78
  • Current timings from Teletoon: Not currently airing

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