Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
His spine. GIR falls on Zim's head and Zim cries out, "My spine!"
Mission goo. Almighty Tallest Red: "Zim... you're alive?"
Zim: "Yes, so very alive, and full of goo. Mission goo! Don't be surprised if I take care of the humans before the armada even gets here!"
Forever. "You can't hide forever! And if you can, then I'll wait forever! I've been preparing for this all my life!"
Flies home on GIR. Zim: "GIR! Help me! There isn't much time!"
GIR: "Yes, sir!"
He was using the belt sander. Kid: "What's wrong with you? All you talk about is aliens and ghosts and seeing Bigfoot in your garage."
Dib: "He was using the belt sander!"
Mongoose. Zim: "For you I'm thinking maybe... a dog."
GIR: "Can I be a mongoose dog?"
Earthanoids. "You have to observe what these... Earthanoids... consider to be normal."
"I don't know.". GIR: "GIR, reporting for duty!"
Zim: "GIR? What does the 'G' stand for?"
GIR: "I don't know!"
A sandwich. "What? You got your sandwich..."
Like giant, radioactive rubber pants. "The pants command me! Do not ignore my veins!"
Food Courtia. "Shouldn't you be frying something?"
Skoodge. Invader Larg was the first to be assigned to Planet Blorch, but because of his increased height he was re-assigned to planet Vort, home of the universe's most comfortable couch.
|Which actor spoke the following lines from the episode "Gir Goes Crazy & Stuff"? "There's a squid-brain in your head!"||The "Invader Zim" Voice Cast
Richard Horvitz. This line was spoken by Zim after erasing a policeman's memory by replacing his brain. Probably the best episode of the series.
|In the episode "Attack of the Saucer Morons," the character of Frank is voiced by one of "Invader Zim"'s writers, Frank Conniff, most well-known for his role on what cult-hit television show?||The "Invader Zim" Voice Cast
Mystery Science Theater 3000. Frank, who had only one line in the episode ("Yup, told you he'd come."), is most well known as the evil-yet-lovable TV's Frank, sidekick to Dr. Forester, of "Mystery Science Theater 3,000" where he was also a writer. Frank actually appears on-screen in "Zim" several times, but only spoke once.
|Character actor and former Marine Corp Staff Sergeant R. Lee Ermy, of the History Channels series "Mail Call" provided a voice on which episode of "Invader Zim?"||The "Invader Zim" Voice Cast
Hobo13. R. Lee, a fantastic actor of both comedy and drama ("Saving Silverman", "Full Metal Jacket") was the perfect voice for Sergeant Hobo 678. He was a Marine for eleven years, including at least one tour of Vietnam, before injuries turned from the military towards acting.
Spongebob Squarepants. Rodger's voice has also been heard in Nickelodeon's "Fairly OddParents," as well as several dozen Disney animated series and feature films.
|Prolific voice-over actor Rodger Bumpass, who can heard in many other Nickelodeon series, provided the voice of which "mad scientist" character in "Invader Zim?"||The "Invader Zim" Voice Cast
Professor Membrane. Rodger has been lending his voice to animated characters since the 1960s, when he provided additional voices on "The Jetsons."
Spider-Man. Ted played to role of Hoffman, an employee of the "Daily Bugle", who is featured only briefly in the scene in J. Jonah Jameson's office.
All of these (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, Seaquest DSV, Xena: Warrior Princess). Ted played the role of Joxer on both "Xena" and "Hercules," as well as Lt. Tim O'Neill on "Seaquest."
Skoodge. Ted was also the voice of the very friendly Martian holograph in the "Battle of the Planets" episode.
That '70s Show. Kevin played the wanna-be-cool Pastor Dave in six episodes of "That '70s Show" between seasons 2, 3, and 4, including "An Eric Forman Christmas" in which he gets tied-up with a string of hot Christmas lights.
The Kids in the Hall. Kevin's favorite character to play on "The Kids in the Hall" was Dean, the King of Empty Promises, which he based on himself.
Smurfette. Bliss auditioned for voices in Hanna-Barbera cartoons for approximately 20 years before she was finally cast as the voice of Smurfette on "The Smurfs."
Ms Bitters. Lucille Bliss has been doing voice-over work since the 1950s, when she provided the voice of one of the evil step-sisters in Walt Disney's "Cinderella."
Office Max. Andy was seen as the fast-talking Office Max associate in at least two commercials. He was appeared in an "It's not delivery, it's Dejoirno!" commercial (the naked guy in the elevator), and the movie "Rookie of the Year."
|The voice of Dib, actor Andy Berman, had an on-going supporting role on which television series of the late-'80s/early-'90s?||The "Invader Zim" Voice Cast
The Wonder Years. Andy appeared joined the cast in the later seasons as Chuck Coleman.
|The actress who provided the voice for Gaz, Melissa Fahn, also voiced a main character in the English version of which Cartoon Network-featured anime series?||The "Invader Zim" Voice Cast
Cowboy Bebop. Melissa voiced a character called Radical Edward, who was actually a strange but funny girl. Ed was a computer hacker who freaked out a lot. She was sort of the Gir of "Cowboy Bebop."
|Rosearik Rikki Simons, the digital colorist for the animation of "Invader Zim," also provided a voice for which character?||The "Invader Zim" Voice Cast
Gir. Rosearik Rikki Simons' coloring work can also be seen in Jhonen Vasquez's comic "I Feel Sick." He and Jhonen appear in a brief strip on the last page of one of the issues.
Jhonen Vasquez. Besides occasionally appearing on screen in the series, "Invader Zim" creator Jhonen Vasquez also provided voices for several characters during the show's run.
Falls asleep. He just forgets it, falls over and sleeps.
Corn. This time, they bash through a door with corn-on-the-cob instead of badges as before.