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The Bicameral Mind (2001) Season 2 Episode 113- Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot Cartoon Episode Guide The Bicameral Mind

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  • 2001
  • Adelaide Productions, Columbia Tri-Star Television Animation, Dark Horse Entertainment
  • Columbia TriStar Domestic Television
  • Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Rusty, Jo, The Big Guy, Dr. Erika Slate, Dwayne Hunter, Dr. Axel Donovan, Jenny the Monkey, Garth, Mack, General Thorton.
  • Vocal Talent: Pamela Segall (Rusty, Jo), Jonathan Cook (The Big Guy), Gabrielle Carteris (Dr. Slate), Jim Hanks (Dwayne Hunter), Stephen Root (Dr. Donovan), Kathy Kinney (Jenny), Kevin Michael Richardson (Garth), M. Emmett Walsh (Mack), R. Lee Ermey (General Thorton), Tim Curry (Dr. Neugog), Kevin Schon, Jennifer Hale, Dee Bradley Baker, Nancy Cartwright, Maurice LaMarche, Victor Brandt, Sherman HowardBrian Doyle-Murray.
  • Produced By Frank Squillace.
    Associate Producer: Helen Kalafatic.
    Co-Executive Producer: Jeff Kline.

Additional Crew:

  • Series Developer: Jeff Kline.
  • Creator: Frank Miller.
  • Production Design: Frederick J. Gardner.

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Cartoon Summary:

An accident during battle swaps part of Rusty's program with part of Number Four's, giving them each aspects of the other's personality.

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