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All of the Kongs from the DKC cartoon.

The Donkey Kong Country TV series was a short-lived French computer-generated television show starring Donkey Kong, Diddy Kong, Candy Kong, King K. Rool, as well as numerous other Kremlings. It first aired in France on September 4, 1996, and was originally titled La Planète Donkey Kong ("Planet Donkey Kong"). It premiered late in North America on August 15, 1998, and the original run finished on July 7, 2000; the show is currently airing in Australia as of December 2009. Strangely, many of the episodes were aired out of order, confusing many fans. Regardless of this, the Donkey Kong Country TV series won a publicly-voted award at 7 d'Or in 1999, for "Best Animation and Youth Program" ("Meilleure émission d'animation et de jeunesse").

The show featured all of the Kongs from Donkey Kong Country and Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, except for Swanky Kong and Wrinkly Kong. There were also featured characters exclusive to the show, such as Eddie the Mean Old Yeti, Kaptain Skurvy and Bluster Kong. Most of the episodes can be seen through YouTube.

Episode list

Season Episode Title

1

1

Bad Hair Day

1

2

Ape Foo Young

1

3

Booty and the Beast

1

4

Barrel Barrel...Who's Got the Barrel

1

5

Kong For a Day

1

6

Raiders of the Lost Banana

1

7

From Zero to Hero

1

8

Buried Treasure

1

9

Cranky's Tickle Tonic

1

10

Get a Life, Don't Save One

1

11

Orangutango

1

12

Double Date Trouble

1

13

The Curse Of Kongo Bongo

1

14

Speed

1

15

Klump's Lumps

1

16

Bluster's Sale Ape-Stravaganza

1

17

Legend of the Crystal Coconut

1

18

Kong Fu

1

19

I Spy With My Hairy Eye

1

20

Bug a Boogie

1

21

Watch The Skies

1

22

Baby Kong Blues

1

23

Ape Nesia

1

24

The Big Chill Out

1

25

To The Moon Baboon

1

26

A Thin Line Between Love and Ape

2

27

Hooray for Holly Kongo Bongo

2

28

The Kongo Bongo Festival of Lights

2

29

Speak No Evil Dude

2

30

The Day The Island Stood Still

2

31

Monkey Seer Monkey Do

2

32

Four Weddings and a Coconut

2

33

Follow That Coconut

2

34

Vote of Kong Fidence

2

35

The Big Switch A Roo

2

36

Hunka Hunka Burnin' Bluster

2

37

Best of Enemies

2

38

It's a Wonderful Life

2

39

Just Kidding

2

40

Message In A Bottle Show

Availability

The show is available on iTunes, And DVD.

Trivia

The episode Barrel, Barrel, Who's Got the Barrel? is loosely based on the James Bond film franchise. The barrel which holds the Crystal Coconut is numbered "007", Bond's code number, and when the number is first revealed the Bond theme is played.

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