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  • Series Premiere Date: Oct 2, 2010
  • Season #: 1 , 2
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  • Summary: Sheen's dull life in Retroville is about to be transformed when he sneaks into Jimmy Neutron's lab and finds his top secret rocketship. When he accidentally blasts himself off into outer space and crash-lands on a planet called Zeenu, inhabited by strange purple aliens, he realizes that he has no way home and tries to make the best of it. Along the way he encounters an evil alien named Dorkus, who will be found most of the time seeking revenge against Sheen for crashing Jimmy's rocket onto his house, Pinter, a small winged eyeball creature and sidekick of Dorkus, an alien named Doppy, who looks just like Sheen's friend Carl Wheezer, an emperor called Emperor, who is the leader of Planet Zeenu and thinks Sheen is a superior being sent from heaven, Aseefa, a Glimmorian who is tomboy, space warrior, and Sheen's first space crush, and Nesmith, a talking chimp genius similar to Jimmy Neutron – excellent in math, English, and fixing rockets, who crash-landed on Zeenu in the 1960s and is named after one of the band members of The Monkees.

    Sheen has so much fun on the new planet, but realizes how much he misses home. Hopefully Sheen will get back to Earth before anyone notices he's gone, but it will be up to Sheen's new friends and a little bit of luck!
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  1. Nov 7, 2011
    3
    This show truly isn't that much fun. Sheen wasn't really an interesting character in the 1st place, but to have his own show? The thin story of Planet Sheen is especially bad and there is no character development. Collapse
  2. Jan 13, 2011
    2
    While this show does have a pretty big standard to live up to (Jimmy Neutron was fantastic!), I really don't think it did it. It's an okay show and all, but there's not charachter development, and hardly any plot. It's a good show to watch when you need something mind numbing and filled with idiotic humor (as in the humor is that he's an idiot). But the show has a tough precedent to live up to, which it so far has not. Jimmy Neutron had wonderful episodes with inventive plots, underlying with ridiculous humor. In Planet Sheen, you can just expect to find the ridiculous humor. I guess this has been more of a comparison then a review, but the makers of this show knew what they were up against.

    PS... They don't even mention Libby whatsoever!! He acts like he's never had a girlfriend, ever! It really makes me steamed, the nerve!!!!!!! They should have at least had a small scene in one of the episodes with him looking at a picture of her or something and acting a little sad.
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  3. Jul 28, 2011
    2
    Wow. Jimmy Neutron was fantastic, but this is just sad. It's not as bad as Tak and the Power of Juju and DEFINITELY not as bad as Fanboy and Chum Chum, but still. The humor is bad, and there's hardly any character development or plot. All the fun and charm in The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius has vanished in its succesor. This other critic here pointed out that Sheen acts as if he never loved a girl before, when in Jimmy Neutron, he loved Libby. I'm with him. Sheen, prior to this spinoff, used to show at least some intelligence, but now all that has disappeared. Now I ask myself "how did this guy pass kindergarden?". However, I would still rather watch every episode of this show ten times than watch even one episode of Fanboy and Chum Chum, well......once. Expand