The battle between the Spectral Knights and Darkling Lords leaves each group without magical powers. They go to Merklynn to recharge their staffs, but Merklynn wants them to get the Dragon's Eye for him first.
After a battle with the Darkling Lords, Cryotek is left accidentally with both his bear totem and Cravex's phylot totem. The dark magic of Cravex's totem makes Cryotek acting evil and causing mischief. The Spectral Knights and Darkling Lords must then form an alliance to save Cryotek and bring things back to normal.
Pee-wee shows his new Apple iPad to the Playhouse Gang! PeeWee's show ends Feb. 7th.
Credits: Written by Eric Appel, John Koch, Paul Reubens, Josh Meyers & Natalie LentrnDirected by: Eric AppelrnProduced by: Chris Bruss and Mike FarahrnDP: Christian SprengerrnCamera: Dustin BowserrnSound: Bo SundbergrnProps: Katie ByronrnProd Coordinator: Sean BoylernLori Alan - voice of Chairry and Magic ScreenrnJosh Meyers - voice of Clocky and ConkyrnLance Roberts - voice of GlobeyrnPuppeteers:rnArtie Esposito - ChairryrnHaley Jenkins - Magic ScreenrnPatrick Johnson - GlobeyrnSean Johnson - ClockyrnVictoria Johnson - Magic ScreenrnRuss Walko - ConkyrnSpecial thanks: Kelly Bush, John Koch, Natalie Lent, Kristina Sorensen, Joe Witt
President Obama claims insurance premiums would be reduced by 3,000 % (percent) at a Health Care Reform summit in Strongsville, Ohio, on March 15, 2010. Our President is a true Messiah; a Magic Man that will bring America out of debt within 6 months.
Two young Japanese girls turn into two old Japanese men and there's a photo to prove it! A presentation of the Just For Laughs Gags. The funny hidden camera pranks show for the whole family.
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First, Keith Barry shows us how our brains can fool our bodies -- in a trick that works via podcast too. Then he involves the audience in some jaw-dropping (and even a bit dangerous) feats of brain magic.
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