Stay tuned until the end for a special look at Bee and PuppyCat: Lazy in Space, a brand new series coming in 2019! Check out http://beeandpuppycat.com/ for more updates.
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Bee and PuppyCat: The Series – Ep. 8
Toast: Cas’s former wrestling rival, Toast, comes to town, insistent on taking Cas to the mat for a rematch. Meanwhile, Cardamon forces PuppyCat into a wedding with his dog, Sticky. Finally, Bee confronts Deckard about his decision to forego cooking school, before TempBot assigns the pair a job managing a kitchen on Baking Planet.
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Credits for This Episode
Created By: Natasha Allegri
Written By: Natasha Allegri
Directed By: Larry Leichliter
Storyboard By: Vera Brosgol
Art Director: Efrain Farias
Character Designers: Becky Dreistadt
Char/Prop/EFX Cleanup: Hans Tseng
Prop/EFX Designers: Zachary Sterling
Char/Prop/EFX Clean Up: Cory Holmes
Background Design: Hans Tseng
Background Painter Hans Tseng, Mira Lark Crowell
Asssistant Background Painter: Nichols Maniquis
Storyboard Revisions: Hans Tseng
Executive Producer: Fred Seibert
Producers: Kevin Kolde
Associate Producer: Sylvia Edwards
Production Manager: Stephen Worth
Post Production Coordinator: Lewis Foulke
Production Assistant: Ross Kolde
Casting Director: Meredith Lane, CSA
Editor: Ray Valenzuela
Animatic Editor: Logan McBeath
Bee: Allyn Rachel
Cardamon: Alexander Rodriguez
Crow: Natasha Allegri
Deckard: Kent Osborne
Host: Patrick Seery
Omelette: Arin Hanson
Pretty Patrick: Patrick Seery
Voice Director: Meredith Layne
Dialogue Recording: Salami Studios
Dialogue Mixers: Giuliano Pizzulo
Assistant Dialogue Mixer: Nico Garofolo
Dialogue Editorial: Thomas J. Maydeck, C.A.S.
Post Production: Salami Studios
Re-Recording Mixer: Thomas J. Maydeck, C.A.S.
Sound Designer: Rick Hinson, M.P.S.E
Sound Effects Editors: Rick Hinson, M.P.S.E
Foley Mixer: Roberto Dominguez Alegria
Foley Artist: Cynthia Merrill
Bee & PuppyCat Theme Song
Score By: Will Weisenfeld
“Lonely” Song By: Brad Sucks
Animation Checking: Wendy Jacobsmeyer
Track Reading: Slightly-Off Track Inc.
“Lonely” Song Animation: Saki Muramoto
Animation Services: OLM, Inc.
Key Animation: Yuji Ikeda, Shuji Tanaka, Hiromi Nakayama, Miyuki Sano, Ken Ishizuka
Secondary Animation: Chie Ohtsuki, Nakamura Production, D-motion, Anitas-Kobe, Studio Elle
Animation Checker: Yumi Abe
Animation: Hiromi Ito, Fujika Enomoto, Shiori Miyazaki, Saki Ebisawa, Kei Goda, Hiroko Suzuki, Aoi Yamagishi, Aya Takeno, Mai Toriyama, kiyomi Okuda, Arisa Kuzumoto, Dragon Prodaction, ZAENDO, Nakamura Production, Kino Production, Anime R
Finishing: Studio Elle
Cinematography OLM 2D
Colorist / Finishing Checker: Koji Ohtsuki
Filming Director: Tatsuki Yukiwaki
Art Department: Katsumi Takao
Art Department: OLM 3D
Production Manager: Ryosuke Sakurai
Production Desk: Tomoaki Kurimoto
Production Chief Assistant: Isamu Kikuchi
Production Assistant: Akihiro Kuji
Supervisor: Susumu Nakagawa
Executive Assistant (OLM, Inc.): Miho Matori
Producer (Sprite Animation Studios): Junichi Yanagihara
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