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First of all the show is called Where's Wally. In the first episode the wizard calls him Waldo and then says oops Wally. Why is that funny? I assume there's a secret reason his name isn't Waldo but it's never explained even on today's wikipedia. For some reason all the characters have other characters voices. You'll encounter a Woody Allen bat, a Bert Lahr ghost and even Brad Garret's wizard is just a sad Rodney Dangerfield. All of that has already been done by slightly better cartoons. My only real issue is that I don't understand what audience they are going for here. The stories seem to be geared towards 5 year olds, then they make jokes about peeping Toms, Cleveland sucking and porn magazines. It's all very bizarre and was quickly forgotten for good reason.
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