- "Real mature, Bradley!"
- ―Stacy Stickler's catchphrase
Stickin' Around is a Canadian animated children's television series from Nelvana Limited, which originally aired on Fox Kids (which also aired Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?, Ned's Newt and reruns of The Magic School Bus) from 1997 to 1998. It ran on Qubo since March 28, 2016.
According to Nelvana, it uses the "advanced computer graphics of "Boiler Paint," virtually convincing us that kids are creating their own animated series." The show won the Gemini Award for "Best Animated Program or Series" in the spring of 1998, while being nominated once again during the fall of 1998, for the Gemini of the same award.
What would happen if kids could draw their own cartoon? Enter into the imaginary creation of eight-year-old Stacy and her best friend, Bradley. Here, the path of everyday life can swerve into a vivid, out-of-this-world roller coaster ride!
- The show was ahead of its time, giving the two lead roles to a girl and her black friend.
- The show is intentionally drawn crudely to simulate a young child's drawing, and it actually looks very convincing.
- This show was played on "The Three Friends and Jerry Show" on Fox Family Channel along with Freaky Stories and The Gogs. It is currently unknown if the show or the shorts were aired.