Moody's Point is an over-the-top parody of youngster dramas/cleaning soap operas, principally, Dawson's Creek. The sketch specializes in Moody (Amanda Bynes), an emotionally exaggerated youngster whose mom is misplaced in a sizzling air balloon and whose father is lacking a toe.The 5th episode of Moody's point a skit at the Amanda Show.Enjoy :) I do not own the Amanda Show. All rights, Nickelodeon.I used to be uninterested in now not with the ability to in finding this on Youtube, so I compiled the entire episodes of Moody's Point from the Amanda display! Enjoy!! :)
Moody's Point used to be a cartoon at the Nickelodeon series The Amanda Show. It was once carried out in seasons two and 3. The caricature parodied the WB's Dawson's Creek and all other youngster dramas or soap operas. The cartoon focuses on Moody, an emotionally exaggerated teen whose mother is lost in a hot-air balloon and whose father is lacking a toe.
Moody's Point was a cartoon on the Nickelodeon series The Amanda Show. It was performed in seasons two and three. The cartoon parodied the WB's Dawson's Creek and all different teenager dramas or cleaning soap operas.
The caricature makes a speciality of Moody, an emotionally exaggerated teenager whose mother is lost in a hot-air balloon and whose father is missing a toe. She joins her friends with Brie, the easily indignant Misty, Spalding, a boy who has an enormous overwhelm on Moody however is criticized through her in a daft manner and constantly has items flung at him from beyond the screen; and Sternum (performed by way of Matthew Botuchis), a thinking about "bad boy" who responds to each question via asking the other query. Each episode had its personal storyline, and ends with a cliffhanger. An episode ends with Moody finding out that her delivery oldsters are circus trapeze artists named "The Flying Worthsbergs". The episode was once left on a cliffhanger, however the display was canceled shortly thereafter. Schneider had pitched an full-fledged collection according to the skit to Nickelodeon, but the show was once now not green-lit.