Chickah Jam

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Chickah Jam
The changing television box of doom's most popular channel
Author: Probo
Release Date: August 30, 2006
File Size: unknown
Duration: unknown
Complexity: unrated
Animutatedness: unrated
Audio Info
Chickah Jam
Language: Instrumental


Probo brings us a minimutation, featuring a lot of characters for its length.



Audio Details

The music is from the video game Hamtaro: Ham-Hams Unite.


  • Subliminal stuff:
    • Before the "Changing TV Box of Doom", the message "Kirby rules you all. Yay, Nintendo!" is displayed, along with the Kirby image used in a past avatar of Probo's.
    • When the Winnie the Pooh characters are shown on the "Changing TV Box of Doom", one frame shows "YOU LOVE THIS DONUT" instead of "OMG, WINNIE THE POOH".
    • When the background starts to be a night sky, a picture of a chameleon is shown.
    • Four frames after the chameleon, a picture of Silly Putty appears.
    • For the first four frames of the easter egg, the following text is displayed for each frame, in order:
      • 27
      • I LIKE IKE
  • References:
    • Other animutations:
      • Lüegner: Goomba says "OH MY GOSH! THE SPECIAL GLAZE IS ON THE DONUT!", which is a reference to the special glaze mondegreen in Lüegner.
      • We Drink Ritalin: The "YOU LOVE THIS DONUT" subliminal is a reference to the "You love this movie" of We Drink Ritalin.
    • TV Shows:
      • The THE ANSWER IS MEAT subliminal is a reference to an episode of Whose Line is it Anyway?, where on a question on the Millionaire Show, a parody of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, Colin said that "The answer is meat."
      • The LINGEY LINGEY LOO! subliminal is a reference to Baloney of Animaniacs, a parody of Barney the Dinosaur, who often says nonsense phrases like "Lingey lingey loo!".
      • TIME FOR BAD MOVIE MAKERS! TIME FOR BAD MOVIE MAKERS! is a reference to "Time for Teletubbies! Time for Teletubbies!" of the Teletubbies theme.
    • Other:
      • The I LIKE IKE subliminal is a reference to Dwight Eisenhower's I Like Ike campaign.
      • FIND WALDO TO REPLAY, like it says, is a reference to the Where's Waldo series.
  • The easter egg shows a "Who's that Pokemon?", with a garbage can as the Pokemon, as well as an appearance by Colin Mochrie.
    • Pokemon would later have two garbage Pokemon, albeit neither of them are cans.
  • This is Probo's first animutation to feature back and foward buttons.
  • The text inbetween William Henry Harrison and Donkey Kong says "SORRY. BLANK SPACE".

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