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Deep in the South Pacific lies an undiscovered island This island housed a people raised on the foundation of song and the luxury of time An island named after its amphibious and bat- like people AQUABANIA Life could not be too good on the island from churro baking contests to Calypso Camp until an evil force descended upon the island and life would never be the same Pushed to the brink of disaster 8 or sometimes 9 men escaped impending doom In a hollowed out log these 8 or 9 men made their way to the highestwaterfall and dropped into the raging sea Drifting aimlessly for days they washed up on a sandy beach owned by a fantastically insane scientist known only as The Professor Pulling them from their wooded tomb he laid them on the sand and having pity on them he took them under his care Later they explained their story and looked up into his bespectacled eyes for pity Learning of their peril he decided to help them fight their cause by giving them the only gift he was capable of - The Power of Insanity Through the use of the Professors scientiffically altered convenience store foods these 8 or 9 men gained powers well beyond that of ordinary Aquabanians They became the AquaBuds then the AquaBoys then finally just Mel and Friends But later the truth was revealed to them---THEY WERE THE AQUABATS With their new found abilities they set out on a rigorous course of training Everyday the Professor would would give them their morning corn dog and they set out to the water for surf and energy enhancing sun activities Later in the day a nourishing churro would give them the power they needed to withstand even a brick to the forehead In the evening they played music which the Professor would help them with his own Hypno-mind-controlling wave patterns This would help
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