Special Agent Oso
Special Agent Oso is an American children's CGI-animated TV series. The series was created by Ford Riley. It premiered on April 4, 2009 with 2 episodes airing that day as part of Disney Channel's Playhouse Disney block, and aired two seasons of 60 episodes through May 17, 2012. After the original broadcast of the series finale on May 17, 2012, reruns continued to air through 2016.
Why It Rocks
- Great animation in nice CGI.
- Likable characters, such as titular character, who is very funny.
- It sends good morals to children.
- Its crossover with Handy Manny was great.
- Catchy songs, especially the theme song.
- Talented voice acting.
- The side characters (Dotty, Wolfie & Buffo) are great as well.
- Lots of well written episodes.
- It succeeds in painting spy missions in a positive and kid-friendly light.
- It has lots of really funny jokes.
- "Thundersmall" was an epic series finale where Oso had to save his friends!
- Overall, it's a great show to appeal to children.
- The concept of a bear helping children is a bit skeptical.
- The animation, although good, does have some problems, especially with the human's eyes.
- Sometimes, Oso will teach basic things like how to drink from a water fountain.
- The show has been treated poorly by many.
- While Oso is pretty likable, he can be portrayed as annoying and dimwitted at times.
- The song, three special steps, can be very irritating.