|Those Scurvy Rascals|
Those Scurvy Rascals title card
|Created by||Blue-Zoo Productions|
|Starring||Nick Mercer (all voices)|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of episodes||26|
|Running time||3.5 minutes (approx. per episode)|
|Original network||Nickelodeon UK|
|Original release||May 2005|
Those Scurvy Rascals is a children's animated series following the adventures of three underwear obsessed pirates. First aired by Nickelodeon UK in May 2005, it is now broadcast worldwide. The main characters Sissy Le Poop (called Jolly Roger in some versions), Smelly Pete and Shark Bait (plus Polly the Parrot) all live on the ship called "The Soiled Pair" and go on a different random adventure in every episode. The series was developed and produced by Blue-Zoo Productions and is owned by Entara.
The opening sequence features their ship and the names of the characters. The theme song is as follows:
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