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ReBoot 4 Seasons

Season 2
4.3 out of 5 stars (16) IMDb 8/10

In the inner computer world of Mainframe, a guardian program sprite and his friends defend the system from threats from viruses and the User.

Starring:
Michael Donovan, Kathleen Barr

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Season 2

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1. ReBoot, Season Two: Episode 1: Infected

Megabyte disguises himself as an upgrade to infiltrate the core of Mainframe.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: August 30, 1995
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2. ReBoot, Season Two: Episode 2: High Code

A code master from the Net is searching Mainframe for a code master by the name of Tallon. It seems crotchety old Mr.Pearson might have some information to share.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: September 6, 1995
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3. ReBoot, Season Two: Episode 3: When Games Collide

Megabyte's attempt to siphon energy from Mainframe causes two game cubes to overlap and trap him and Bob together to fight the User.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: September 13, 1995
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4. ReBoot, Season Two: Episode 4: Bad Bob

Megabyte's continued attempts to steal Mainframe's energy lands Bob and Enzo in a corrupted Mad Max gamecube. With all of Mainframe's energy at risk for nullification, Bob must keep both the Users and the sprites from winning the game.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: September 20, 1995
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5. ReBoot, Season Two: Episode 5: Painted Windows

Hexadecimal breaks into the Principal Office Archives and tampers with the paint program, using all of Mainframe as her canvas.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: November 1, 1995
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6. ReBoot, Season Two: Episode 6: AndrAIa

With no other young sprites in Mainframe, Enzo is lonely. When an aquatic game drops on the diner, Enzo makes friends with a game sprite named AndrAla

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: November 8, 1995
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7. ReBoot, Season Two: Episode 7: NullZilla

Something horrible comes through Hexadecimal's looking glass, mutating her into a black supervirus. The nulls launch an offensive on her, creating a gigantic null monster.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: December 26, 1995
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8. ReBoot, Season Two: Episode 8: Gigabyte

The entity that came through the looking glass attacks and corrupts Megabyte, who then merges with Hexadecimal, transforming the two of them into Gigabyte, the next generation of virus.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: December 26, 1995
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9. ReBoot, Season Two: Episode 9: Trust No One

Bob is on the case when a string of abductions claim Al's waiter and Dot. Special CGI agents Fax Modem and Data Nully arrive to investigate.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: January 24, 1996
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10. ReBoot, Season Two: Episode 10: Web World Wars

Bob, Dot and Mouse must team up with Megabyte and Hexadecimal to save Mainframe from the attacking Web. Their attempt to close the portal to Mainframe ends with Bob being shot into the web.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: January 31, 1996
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By Strategos VINE VOICE on October 31, 2002
Format: DVD
Well, perhaps not EXACTLY, but that's what comes to mind when I think of the third season of Reboot. The first of Reboot was Saturday morning cartoon fare. Good, but but not incredible. The second season was DEEP, and contains my favorite episode of the entire series, ANDRAIA. But the third season is probably the most popular, and the four episodes on this DVD are probably the reason why.
The first episode, Icons, is one of my all-time favorite episodes of anything ever. In a plot inspired by the Seven Samurai and The Magnificent Seven, a now grown-up Andraia and Enzo Matrix must help some unlikely heros save a system which is in such bad condition that another lost game will undoubtedly cause it to crash. This epsisode features a cool atmosphere, great dialog, and a game inspired by Conan the Barbarian (but with the heroes of the system rebooting as scotish warriors, including Matrix rebooting as William Wallace). Anime fans will undoubtably notice the background motion effect used when Matrix fights is fighting a gargoyle (a total anime-style flying through the air moment).
The second episode is a Star Trek tribute that any Trekkie will love to death. Most of the episode is about Matrix and Andraia taking sides, working out their disagreements, and (oh yeah) finding and destroying a virus. Pretty great.
The third episode is a trip. In a LONG reference to the old show The Prisoner (which I unforetunately have not seen), Matrix and Andraia find themselves back in Mainframe (or is it Mainframe?), trying to find out who the Mysterious #1 is, and what the secret is that he is holding. This epsisode ends in Matrix realizing that he needs to renew his efforts to get back home to Mainframe, and never allow himself to give up.
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While I'm a great fan of reboot, my second favorite show growing up (transformers was my first), this is outrageous, to charge this sort of price for four or five episodes, and they didn't even release season 1 or 2, I would gladly pay the price there asking if it was the full season, but this isn't worth it.
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An old favorite with fun humor and a unique look into the world of your computer.

The terminology and technology might have dated after all this time, but the fun, characters, and animation have stood up well. And for those who can remember the inside jokes and then contemporary jabs at modern life, it is an enjoyable romp.
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By A Customer on October 15, 2000
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I've been waiting for these DVD's to come out for a long time. This cartoon is probably the best animation I've ever seen because it's computer-generated, making it very real. The plot of season 3 (part of which is on this DVD) is very well-thought out, and the characters are awesome (especially Bob and Mouse). I love the character development and the relationships that we see develop in season 3 too. The imagination put into the plot, the characters and this show in general, is pure genius. All three of these DVD's are going straight to my wish list!
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I ordered this thinking it would be of interest but found that it's aimed at much less critical persons or less experienced[?] or jaded[?].

It's a 2-sided disk with two complete movies, one on each side. One side plays for a while and then quits. A disk analysis program reports errors. Unfortunately, I waited too long to try the disk so I'm not able to report the problem to the seller. I presume the seller would have fixed the problem but I can't report on this.
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Out of the four ReBoot DVD's, this is my least favorite, but that doesn't mean it was bad! This classic cartoon show, a milestone in computer graphics productions, continues to improve in the second DVD. The story is well developed and well written. Unlike the first two seasons of this show (these DVD's contain only the 3rd), the entire 3rd season is an arced plot.
If you are a geek, a CGI affictionado, or looking for a new source of entertainment, THIS IS IT.
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In the second dvd of the third series, we catch up with matrix and andria, now both adults.After loosing the gods and mortals game, matrix and andria have been hopping systems on game cubes ( in reality the games been swapped about.On their quest to find bob and return to mainframe, they encounter corrupt systems, viruses, games,personal fears,the crew of the saucy mare and ....the gurdians!A thrilling installment.(...)
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In the second dvd of the third series, we catch up with matrix and andria, now both adults.After loosing the gods and mortals game, matrix and andria have been hopping systems on game cubes ( in reality the games been swapped about.On their quest to find bob and return to mainframe, they encounter corrupt systems, viruses, games,personal fears,the crew of the saucy mare and ....the gurdians!A thrilling installment.(...)
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