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The Neuralizer Syndrome

The Neuralizer Syndrome (1997) Season 1 Episode 6- Men In Black: The Series Cartoon Episode Guide The Neuralizer Syndrome

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Amblin Entertainment, Adelaide Productions Gregg Berger, Keith Diamond, Jennifer Lien, Charles Napier Mark Amato Duane Capizzi, Frank Paur, Rafael Rosado, Jeff Kline, Laurie MacDonald, Walter F. Parkes, Richard Raynis Jim Latham
  • 1997
  • Amblin Entertainment, Adelaide Productions
  • Columbia Tristar Television
  • Men In Black: The Series Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Kay, Jay, Elle, Zed.
  • Vocal Talent: Gregg Berger (Kay), Keith Diamond (Jay), Jennifer Lien (Elle), Charles Napier (Zed).
  • Directed By Mark Amato.
  • Produced By Duane Capizzi, Frank Paur, Rafael Rosado.
    Executive Producers: Jeff Kline, Laurie MacDonald, Walter F. Parkes, Richard Raynis.
  • Written By Dennis Woodyard.

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Kay is accidentally neuralyzed and becomes a teenager again.

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