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Evil Con Carne

Evil Con Carne


History of Evil Con Carne

This show was once part of a show called Grim & Evil for two years, until 2003, when it was split up into two different shows. Shortly, Evil Con Carne (created by Maxwell Atoms) was canceled in early 2005 while it's counterpart, The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy (created by Maxwell Atoms also) was still surviving and some of the characters make appearances on that show. For example, there was an episode where General Skarr moved near Billy's house and tried to steal Grim's scythe.


Summary

Evil Con Carne features an idiot circus bear named Boskov who has an crazy and insane brain named Hector attached to him and a stomach. Hector was once a rich man and villainous genius who wanted to take over the world until he was blown up. All that remained was his stomach and brain. A laboratory was formed on Bunny Island. It was created by Hector, Major Doctor Ghastly and General Skarr. Now, they want to rule the world.
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Episode Info

Final: 2x05 -- Ultimate Evil (Oct/22/2004)


Hector commands General Skarr to turn Boskov into a naughty, tough bear when Hector gets tired of his failed attempts to take over the world, but when things go too far, Boskov starts to attack Hector and General Skarr for all of the mean things they have done to him.
Cast
Armin ShimermanArmin Shimerman
voiced General Skarr
Grey DeLisleGrey DeLisle
voiced Doctor Ghastly
Jesse CortiJesse Corti
voiced Boscov/Commando
Phil LaMarrPhil LaMarr
voiced Evil Con Carne
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Crew

Creator: Maxwell Atoms
Executive Producer: Brian Miller (1), Maxwell Atoms
Casting: Kris Zimmerman
Line Producer: Louis J. Cuck

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