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JACOB TWO TWO, THE SERIES

What to know: Based on the celebrated author Mordecai Richler's delightfully irreverent books, Jacob Two-Two is a stylish animated adventure series featuring globetrotting, freewheeling international spies, mysterious neighbors, revolting cafeteria food, treacherous teachers and one very spirited boy.
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Recommended age 5-8
30 minutes
TV
QUBO
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Loved it. "Very random in a good way. Extremely creative." "Interesting." "Hilarious." "Kind of weird."
Jacob Two Two is called that because everything he has to say he has to say twice to be heard. Jacob also plays on the school hockey team as goaltender. His favorite hockey team is the Montreal Marvels, their hometown team and looks after his next door neighbor Mr. Dinglebat's hamster, Agent Intrepid. He often gets into trouble but finds a way to get out of it. Great storylines that teach valuable pro-social lessons such as believing in yourself, honesty and how to deal with bullies. A great music score, and a fantastic cast. It is funny, well written, and just a plain good show. "I love this show!" A story worth telling by the stellar writer Mordecai Richler. Engaging, silly and delightful.
Based on the celebrated author Mordecai Richler's delightfully irreverent books, Jacob Two-Two is a stylish animated adventure series featuring globetrotting, freewheeling international spies, mysterious neighbors, revolting cafeteria food, treacherous teachers and one very spirited boy. The youngest of five children, Jacob is nicknamed Two-Two because he sometimes has to say things twice just to be heard! Small for his age, Jacob nonetheless has a big heart and a heaping helping of determination.
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