1 January 2003 | dynamite_xi
I was in fifth grade when this show was on the air. It was in the waning years of Saturday-morning cartoons, when networks like Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon were turning cartoons from holy, Saturday-centered gems into common, everyday travesties.
However, even in the midst of the downfall of Saturday-morning cartoons, I remember G.e.e.K.e.R. This cartoon took place in the future. An evil CEO wants to take over the world, and his creation, Project G.K.R. (an artificial superhuman), will lead him to victory.
However, Noah (a talking t-rex, thanks to Brad Garrett) and Lady Becky MacBeth (a rebellious, mostly bald-headed woman) steal the Project and set it loose. It turns out that G.K.R. is nothing more than a drooling, goofy,superhuman geek (hence, his name - "Geeker"). Geeker tags along with Becky and Noah throughout the series.
The show was creative, because it was action-packed with cartoony humor, a la Geeker. Imagine Stimpy from "Ren and Stimpy" in the world of "Blade Runner". G.e.e.K.e.R. was a pretty cool show. Too bad no one else remembers it.
Eight stars out of ten.