Westley School of Performing Arts. November 3, 2006 at 8:00 p. New My dinner with andre script pdf on February 4, 2008.
In January 2010 all mentionings in the website about the show were removed, meaning that Cartoon Network has abandoned it. The Cure” from season 2. The show received mostly positive reviews. The soundtrack is rated 4. Lil’ D’s heart is broken and his faith is shaken when his musical idol, Sunny Bridges, and his music teacher both go missing on the same day. Joined by his music fellow student music prodigies, Li’l D decides to have a benefit concert to raise money for a new music teacher, but is unable to sell tickets. Lil’ D runs into Sunny, who has quit the music business and returned to Atlanta to lay low.
Lil’D and his incredulous classmates set out to convince Sunny to play at their benefit concert. Sunny rejects this proposition, but when he hears the kids play, he realizes that though he may want out of the music business, he doesn’t want out of the music. He helps the kids with their concert and then agrees to become their music teacher. Sunny’s first lesson teaches the kids to be musically and artistically free. When Principal Luna gives Sunny an overwhelming number of teacherly duties, including being responsible for the annual Peanut Pageant, Sunny instructs his students to use their newfound “artistic freedom” to do a production that’s so free that it’s a free-for-all. The Class of 3000 tries to get involved with the upperclassmen’s upcoming production of “The Kong and I,” but the smug higher-level students give them demeaning jobs. Li’l D, tasked with shooting gorilla footage for the actor playing Kong, heads to the zoo and discovers a gigantic ape named Momo with a talent for playing the drums.
The director wants Momo to play Kong, so Li’l D leverages his connection with the gorilla to gain a starring role in the show. But when Momo seems depressed by his captivity, Li’l D must make a choice between stealing the spotlight and helping his new friend. At a flea market, the Westley kids discover Sunny’s senior yearbook from his time at Westley, which has a treasure map drawn on a loose page. When the “treasure” turns out to be a monstrous blob monster Sunny and his senior year band accidentally created from a mixture of Sloppy Joe meat and toxic waste, the kids learn that you can’t run away from your mistakes, and use classic funk to banish the blobby beast. Sunny tries to teach the class how to play and sing the blues, but Eddie can’t figure out how, as he’s never wanted for or desired anything in his life due to his riches. His lack of appreciation for material things only becomes clearer when his parents throw him a massive birthday party that he tires of almost immediately. Sunny gifts him with a compass that he claims will send him to the greatest present of all, and Eddie and Li’l D embark on a quest through Atlanta to find it–and discover how to appreciate what you have.
Meanwhile, the other kids try to trick Eddie’s staff into believing the birthday boy is still at the mansion so the festivities can continue. Li’l D jumps at the chance. Li’l D joins Soul Stack and slowly loses his artistic integrity and sense of self as he becomes a pitchman for “Extreme Ham,” hawking the product rather than actually making music. When his friends help him realize just how far he’s fallen, he begs Sunny for help in voiding the contract. A series of challenges against Big D fails, and Sunny decides to sacrifice himself to save Li’l D’s own soulbut the star has a trick up his sleeve that will get them both out of the deal. Philly Phil’s efforts to convince the kids that alien life exists send him on a mission into space.