Flabber and Art Fortunes are back to help out the gang. I say those names like I could spot them blindly on a pop quiz. Most of the episodes are the same, but the action changes up to get the kids happy. I still find Flabber the ghost to be a weird character. He looks like he should been part of a Krofft show from the 1970s. I like the weird aesthetic, but it doesn’t make any sense given the nature of the show.
The DVD comes with the final seventeen episodes of the series. It also sports no special features. The A/V Quality is typical for a show like this from the late 1990s. All the sound is upfront and the transfer is thin. But, fans will want to purchase it.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Release Date: OUT NOW!