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"Off the Air" is a series on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim programming block. The series lacks storylines and plots, and consists only of a collection of animations, internet videos, and archival footage, which are held loosely together by a theme. The series does not air on a regular schedule, with new episodes airing unannounced.

Genres: Comedy
Station: Adult Swim (US)
Rating: 0/10 from 0 users
Status: Running
Start: 2011-01-01

Off the Air Season 1 Air Dates

S01E01 - Animals Air Date: 02 January 2011 09:00 -

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Surreal footage of animals.

Featured videos

The Big Bounce from the Prelinger Archives
Excerpt from El hombre y la Tierra
Zodiac Animals
by Adam Fuchs (credited as Lilfuchs)
Japanese macaque stock footage from Getty Images
Cows and Zebras by Taras Hrabowsky
Meow Mix by Cyriak Harris
Triple Jump advertisement for Japan Airlines
Lizard stock footage from Corbis Motion
Music video for "The Music Scene" by Anthony F. Shepperd
3D end credit animation by Adam Bruneau
Cheese rolling footage from SoGlos

Featured music

"Baltihorse" by Dan Deacon
"Zodiac Shit" by Flying Lotus
"Let the Blind Lead Those Who Can See but Cannot Feel" by Atlas Sound
"The Music Scene" by Blockhead
"Star Spangled Banner" by Black Lips

S01E02 - Food Air Date: 26 May 2011 08:00 -

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Surreal footage of foods and drinks.

Featured videos

The Big Bounce from the Prelinger Archives
Think Globally, Act Locally by William Lamson
Food by Dax Norman
Digestive System by Flix Productions Medical Animation
The Huber Experiments – Vol. 1 by Erik Huber and Matthew Huber
Stock footage supplied by iStock
Unabomber Speckles drawing by R. Land
Western Spaghetti by PES
Music video for "We Want Your Soul" by Happy
Something by Cyriak Harris
Ecological Apple by Andreas Soderberg
Oyster Vision by Coral Morphologic
Automato by Bill Feinup and Barry Kudrowitz

Featured music

"Quick Canal" by Atlas Sound (featuring Lætitia Sadier)
"Bruschotti" by Longmont Potion Castle
"The Flying Nun" by 9 Lazy 9
"We Want Your Soul" by Freeland
"Let's All Go to the Lobby" by Filmack Studios

S01E03 - Dance Air Date: 03 September 2011 08:00 -

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Surreal footage of dancing.

Featured videos

The Big Bounce from Prelinger Archives
Involuntaries 4 by Foofwa d'Imobilité, Vea Lucca and Alan Sondheim
Opening credit animation by Mark Phillips
Music video for "Buchstabe" by Knorkator
Modern Daydreams 1: Deere John by Mitchell Rose and BodyVox
Stock footage supplied by iStock
Protective Cover (The Condom Song) by Nrityanjali Academy (from the India HIV/AIDS Alliance)
Indian Dancing Prank by Christian von Nathusius
Angry Industrial Dancer in Little Saigon by Duy Huu Luu (also known as Tank Nine)
Music video for "Tush It" by Liam Lynch
Music video for "Vessel (Four Tet Remix)" by Bison
Peacock Spider by Jurgen Otto
Robots Dancing by Jean-Charles Bazin and Young Cheol Lee

Featured music

"Buchstabe" by Knorkator
"5 AM (I Love My Haters)" by Clams Casino
"Electrohead" by Combichrist
"Tush It" by Liam Lynch
"Vessel (Four Tet Remix)" by Jon Hopkins
"Woof Woof" by Dan Deacon
"She's Hot" by Clams Casino

S01E04 - Space Air Date: 05 November 2011 08:00 -

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Surreal footage of outer space.

Featured videos

Freedom 7 footage supplied by NASA and the Internet Archive
Porculpa by Lyn Hagan
Opening credit animation by Adam Fuchs; stock footage provided by Getty Images
Toy Robot in Space! by James Trosh
Giant Leap by Kyle Botha
Zeroing by Andrey Nepomnyaschev
Space Ghost character design by Alex Toth, featuring the voice of George Lowe (archived recording from the Space Ghost Coast to Coast episode "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed")
Hell / ????? by David OReilly
Excerpt from In Saturn's Rings by Stephen Van Vuuren
Noisebox in Space by 12foot6
Music video for "A Glorious Dawn" by John Boswell of the Symphony of Science (featuring Carl Sagan and Stephen Hawking)
Music video for "Quantum Leap" by Thomas De Rijk
Apollo 11 launch footage by NASA; telecine by Spacecraft Films

Featured music

"The Grey Ship" by EMA
"Terra Incognita" by Atlas Sound
"A Glorious Dawn" by John Boswell
"Quantum Leap" by Slugabed and Planet Mu
"Decollage" by Les Balayeurs du déser

S01E05 - Body Air Date: 02 June 2012 08:00 -

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Surreal footage of bodies.

Featured videos

CORDS (hear us and have mercy) by Sara Lundberg; a cappella performance by Linda Ohlin, Carina Aronsson, Gustav Nordlander, and Carl Slettengren
Stock footage supplied by iStock and the Internet Archive
Photos of the Visible Human Project supplied by the United States National Library of Medicine
All Ways by Color Chart
Take This Pill by David Firth
going to the store by David Lewandowski
Hot Dog Hustle by Thomas Hunter
SyncBody by Daihei Shibata; artwork by Hiroshi Sato
Sossidge Arms animated shorts by Chriddof
Go Pro On a Hula Hoop by Nick Saik
Amalgamide Tide by Taras Hrabowsky
Stinks by Glogman Johns
15 Denier by Harry Handyside

Featured music

"Quitters Raga" by Gold Panda
"All Ways" by Corduroi
"Little Ships" by Jean-Jacques Perrey
"PLMS_IV_D" by Yaporigami and +MUS
"Baby's Arms" by Kurt Vile
"Pigsy in Space" from Journey to the Wes

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