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A Very Big Deal (2008) Season 2 Episode 17-B- Sushi Pack Cartoon Episode Guide A Very Big Deal

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  • 2008
  • DiC Entertainment, American Greetings
  • Cookie Jar Entertainment
  • Sushi Pack Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Tako Maki, Maguro Maki, Ikura Maki, Kani Maki, Wasabi Pow, Titanium Chef, Satel-Lightning, Aqua-Bot Boy, Hideki, Fugu, Toro, Unagi, Mochi Macchiato, Uni, Ben, Sir Darkly, Mayor Hack Martin, Jenny Flume.
  • Vocal Talent: Rick Adams (Tako Maki), Tara Strong (Maguro Maki), Andrew Francis (Ikura Maki), Chiara Zanni (Kani Maki), Scott McNeil (Wasabi Pow, Fugu), Adam Behr (Titanium Chef), Michael Daingerfield (Satel-Lightning, Aqua-Bot Boy), Maryke Hendrikse (Hideki), Vincent Tong (Toro).
  • Directed By Walt Kubiak.
  • Produced By J.C. Cheng, Jim Lara.
    Executive Producers: Nicholas Hollander, Tom Ruegger, Ryan Wiesbrock.
  • Written By Gordon Bressack, Shea Fontana, Nicholas Hollander, Tom Ruegger.
  • Creator: Studio Espinosa.
  • Executive in Charge of Production: Shannon Nettleton.
  • Voice Recordist: Kenneth Gilbert.
  • Production Assistant: Missy Moore.
  • Production Intern: Jordan Kast.

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Cartoon Summary:

Ikura wishes to be large instead of sushi-sized, but when an accident transforms him into a building-sized behemoth, he must cope with the downsides and dangers of his size.

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