Secret Saturdays Porno Story: Info Chapter 1

Secret Saturdays Porno Story: Info Chapter 1

The Secret Saturdays is an American animated television series created by Canadian cartoonist Jay Stephens (creator of the Emmy-winning cartoon Tutenstein) for Cartoon Network. It debuted on October 3, 2008 in the United States. The series follows the adventures of the Saturdays, a family of cryptozoologists that work to keep the truth about cryptids from getting out, in order to protect both the human race and the creatures themselves. The Saturdays travel the world searching for cryptids to study and battling twisted villains like the megalomaniac V.V. Argost.[1] The series is influenced by the style of 60s-era Hanna-Barbara action series (such as Jonny Quest), and is combined with Jay Stephens’ own personal interest in cryptozoology. The series also airs on Teletoon in Canada.

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When Stephens first pitched the show, it was called cryptids, after the monsters undiscovered by science. It involved a crack team of globe-trotting cryptozoologists that were uniquely qualified for the job because they were once cryptids themselves. Okapi, Komodo, and Megamouth, along with their nine-year-old human mascot, Francis, served as a sort of anti-detective team. They scooted across land, sea, and air in what Stephens called a Campercopter, and their goal was to preserve the mystery of the worlds strangest creatures before they were exposed by humans or destroyed by the cryptids’ nemesis, Monsieur Dodo. This version got him nowhere with many networks, though they all did show interest for some time.[2]

Months later, the show was picked up by Cartoon Network, due to the network (at the time) wanting more action shows due to the success of Ben 10.[3] Nine-year-old Francis became 11-year-old Zak Saturday, and many of the original characters were canned. For a time, the network wanted the show’s name to be The Secret Adventures Of Zak Saturday, but it was later changed.[4][5] Unlike most mystery shows, the goal of the heroes of The Secret Saturdays is not to reveal the existence of cryptids, but to hide it.[6] The art style of the show was influenced by the artwork of Alex Toth and 1960s Hanna-Barbara action cartoons, such as Jonny Quest and The Herculoids.[7][8]

This is a list of episodes of The Secret Saturdays, an animated television series that airs on Cartoon Network in most countries and on Teletoon in Canada. Since the 2008 premiere, it has aired 10 episodes. Creator Jay Stephens has stated that the first 26 episodes will have a huge story arc, based on the Kur Stone first mentioned in the pilot.[1] The series was later picked up for an additional 10 episodes in January 2009, [2] and the next new episode is scheduled to air April 10, 2009.

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Ep#TitleDirectorWriter(s)Original airdate 1-2″The Kur Stone“Scott JeraldsBrandon SawyerOctober 3, 2008V.V. Argost returns looking for the Kur Stone that was taken from him by The Secret Scientists a decade ago. He manages to steal two of the pieces, but the Saturdays have hidden their piece. Argost uses a nerve-monitoring parasite to control Dr. Cheveyo, a friend of the Saturdays, and get them to reveal the stone’s location. The Saturdays head to Manaus, Brazil to prevent V.V. Argost from getting to the last piece of the Kur Stone. They are attacked and captured by Argost and Munya as soon as they dig it up. Though they manage to escape, Argost escapes with the stone piece. An Ornithocheirus joins the family and is christened ‘Zon’ by Zak. 3″The Vengeance of Hibagon“Scott JeraldsLaura McCrearyOctober 10, 2008When the Saturday family travels to Tokyo, Japan to check out an attacking Hibagon, they discover that it is actually a professor named Talu Mizuki. The scientist was trapped in the cryptid’s body after using a mind-transfer device he invented to escape the Japanese crimelord Shoji Fuzen, losing his human body in the process. Now bitter and wanting revenge, the Saturdays have to keep Mizkui from killing Fuzen. In the end, after getting Fuzen put in jail, they give Mizuki the technology needed for him to continue his research. 4”The Ice Caverns of Ellef Ringnes“Scott JeraldsAdam BeechenOctober 17, 2008After disturbing an Inuit chamber in Ellef Ringnes, a Secret Scientist calls in the Secret Saturdays to fight of a creature known as the Amarok. Zak and Fiskerton end up getting in a snowball fight and Zak loses his weapon. In their quest to recover it, they discover that Van Rook and Doyle are the cause of the snowstorm, and have awakened the Amarok. Van Rook ends up awakening several more by stealing more artifacts from the chamber. Zak, with some help from Doyle, is able to put all the Amaroks back into hibernation by returning all the artifacts. Doyle even returns Zak’s weapon, having found it while raiding the chamber with Van Rook. 5”Guess Who’s Going to Be Dinner?“Scott JeraldsEddie GuzelianOctober 24, 2008Doc and Drew decide to go out for their anniversary, which leaves Zak, Fiskerton, Komodo, and Zon to watch the house. After tricking Dr. Beeman, their babysitter and another Secret Scientist, into thinking he’s sighted a UFO, they get the house to themselves and decide to have some fun. However, a cryptid-eating criminal named Pietro Maltese (Piecemeal) invades the Saturdays HQ. While they are able to fight him off for a while, ignorant of his intentions, they discover that he plans to have Fiskerton for dinner. Zak is able to save Fiskerton by using his mother’s Tibetan Fire Sword, but Piecemeal manages to survive the attack and escape. 6”The King of Kumari Kandam“Scott JeraldsBrandon SawyerNovember 7, 2008After the Saturdays track down the Popobawa in Pemba, Tanzania, they receive a distress call from a Secret Scientist claiming that the lost city of Kumari Kandam has resurfaced. Once they get there, they find that V.V. Argost has become the new king of the city. Doc and Drew are captured by his soldiers, while Zak and his cryptids escape in the airship. They return to save Doc and Drew when they meet the true king (a prince whose father was killed by Argost) of the city and help him reclaim his position as king. Unfortunately, despite saving the city, Drew is injured and Argost escapes with another clue to finding Kur. 7”Van Rook’s Apprentice“Scott JeraldsAmy WolframNovember 14, 2008When the Saturdays look for the Alkali Lake Monster in Nebraska, they get into a fight with Van Rook and his apprentice Doyle over the creature’s horn, another key to Kur’s tomb. When Doyle’s face is exposed during their battle, Drew realizes he might be her long-lost younger brother. Doyle arranges a meeting, but Argost attacks them. When Drew hears that Doc has also been attacked (by Munya and Van Rook) she ends up believing that Doyle has tricked her. In the end, Doyle redeems himself by bringing a piece of the Kur Stone which he stole from Argost to the Saturdays HQ. Now that he’s out of a job, he moves in with the family. 8”Twelve Hundred Degrees Fahrenheit“Scott JeraldsRoss BeeleyNovember 21, 2008The family heads to Chile to help Dr. Cheechoo. When the Orsono Volcano erupts, a lizard-man known as the Cherufe is released. After battling the creature, they discover that V.V. Argost is also there, searching for a clue to finding Kur in the creature’s nest. Drew ventures into the volcano when the family figures out what he’s after. She battles Argost over one of the creature’s eggs within the volcano, defeating him and returning the stolen egg to the mother. However, Argost succeeds in retrieving what he was really after, one of the crystals on the egg. 9”The Owlman Feeds at Midnight“Scott JeraldsJosh Harmon
Scott ElderDecember 5, 2008The Saturdays travel to Southern England looking for another clue to finding Kur. While there, they end up finding a bizarre cult which worships the Owlman of Mawnan. The cult captures the family and attempts to feed Zak to the cryptid, but Doyle helps Zak to escape. The family returns to the Owlman’s cave to find the clue they were looking for, using light to defeat the nocturnal creature. However, Doyle overdoes it and causes the Owlman to die in a puff of smoke. The cave collapses, and a map to Kur is revealed. However, Doc fires Doyle for putting Zak’s life in danger before they realize this. Doyle leaves but doesn’t take the money. 10”The Swarm At The Edge Of Space“Scott JeraldsBrooks WachtelDecember 12, 2008When the Saturdays rescue an aircraft under attack by a swarm of atmospheric jellyfish, they discover that it’s Agent Epsilon and his son Francis, who does nothing but play a video game. The Jellyfish turn on their airship, injuring Epsilon in the ensuing battle. Zak soon discovers that Francis is responsible for provoking the Jellyfish, as his “game” is actually a prototype control device that’s driving them crazy. Francis coerces Zak into capture one of the Jellyfish for study, but Zak is able to sneak the control device into the container with it, forcing Francis to abandon both once he discovers it. 11″Eterno“Scott JeraldsTodd GarfieldApril 10, 2009The Earth’s water is being crystallized by some sort of salt beast. The top scientists of the Earth, including the Saturdays, are sent to investigate ways the water can be restored. What they encounter is a salt beast known as Eterno, and he seeks a way to end his misery. When Drew Saturday and a local village refuse to lead him to the hidden location, he turns them all into salt statues. Now Zak must ignore his new position as a person regulated to the sideline. A local village girl leads him to the plant, but she steals the plant sending Eterno and a group of local cryptids after her. Eterno gains it first and drinks all the liquid, but Doc is able to use the root of the plant to synthesize additional liquid and turn all the Earths water, his wife, and the village back to normal. 12”Black Monday” April 10, 2009

In July 2008, Cartoon Network started a viral campaign for the show. Several commercials for a website called aired on Cartoon Network.[9] Each commercial featured a pet of the Saturday family: one showed Komodo, another Fiskerton, and a final one showed Zon. One area of the program’s website also held a “secret” document;[10] while most of the words on it were blacked-out, the names of Drew and Doc (two of the main characters) were revealed. The document also talked about a creature discovered outside of Nottinghamshire, England. Though the first word was blacked-out, the paper said a “phantom” had been the newly-discovered creature. It was implied that the creature was the Fiskerton Phantom, a cryptid reported to have lived outside of Nottinghamshire, and commonly done by this website, would be Fiskerton, a main character in the show. To back this conclusion up, Zak stated in one episode that Fiskerton was lucky because he was saved by Doc and Drew, also stated in the document. Typed at the bottom of the document was the name “Agent Epsilon”. This is a character in the show. The website also showed a blueprint of the Saturdays family’s airship. Another site was linked to : the page for an organization called Ten Hero Tusk, which states that its explorers are “D. Blackwell, B. Finster, and L. Van Rook”, the latter and former being characters in in the show.[11] During San Diego Comic-Con 2008, booklets about a show called Weirdworld (the show-within-a-show) were given out, with the website for it on the back of them.[12] Unlike , this one couldn’t be traced back to Cartoon Network. Later, commercials for Weirdworld aired on Cartoon Network for a few weeks before a commercial for The Secret Saturdays itself was aired on August 14, 2008.

In July 2008, it was speculated that the “Montauk Monster” that washed ashore in Long Island could have been a viral campaign for The Secret Saturdays.[13]

Main article: List of The Secret Saturdays episodes

Zak Saturday and his parents, Doc and Drew, are a family of world-saving scientists called “The Secret Saturdays.” Living in a hidden base, they are part of a secret organization of scientists known as The Secret Scientists who protect mankind against the hidden and terrifying things of the world. In the series, folktales aren’t just legends, but actual mysteries that the Saturday family must solve. Traveling all over the world, the Saturdays explore ancient temples and bottomless caves, and battle with villains which includes the evil V.V. Argost (who hides his evil plans under his TV show Weird World) and rival cryptozoologist Van Rook. Scouring the globe in search of cryptids, the Saturdays attempt to keep the existence of these unusual beasts secret, to protect both mankind and the creatures themselves. The Saturdays and their exotic cryptid pets are a loving bunch, trying to work through everyday family matters and squabbles in-between their adventures.[14]

Creator Jay Stephens has stated that the first 26 episodes will have a story arc, most likely based on the Kur Stone first mentioned in the pilot.[15] The series was later picked up for an additional 10 episodes in January 2009. [16]

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Promotional image released for the series when it was first announced at the CN Upfront 2007. From left to right, top to bottom: Doyle, Zon, Fiskerton, Zak, Doc, Drew, and Komodo. Doyle and Doc look slightly different in the actual series.

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