Background: Party X Studios (also known as "Party X , Inc.") is the production company of Jimmy8381838, producer of various animated shows, mostly on Dr. Robotnik. It opened up in 1992 as a branding/advertising company named "Jimmy/Rob" in association with Rob59429391. Jimmy/Rob worked for Comcast, DVH, Dr. Robotnik, Kirbird, Swapper, WEGG, KPEG, SEX! TV Adult Network, Adult Central, and also became Dr. Robotnik's advertising agency. Jimmy/Rob helped John49294939 open up a production studio called "Central Park Productions" in 1988 (which was then sold to 94939 in 1992). The company moved to Krusty Avenue in August 1998, and as a result, became "Party X Studios". John49294939, meanwhile, founded Bigger Biggies in the mid-1980s (and resurrected it in 2005).
Central Park Productions, Inc.
Logo: On a background of blue-gray diagonal stripes, We see a city skyline with an orange/red sky, bordered by a gray frame. A large white sun emerges from the skyline. Then from the top right, the text "Central Park Productions, Inc." spins in and places itself on the sun.
Variant: On early Adult's Pick Winners, the logo appears superimposed in black and white. The frame looks like TV static instead of a solid border, and there is a large outline under the sun.
FX/SFX: The sun, the text spinning in.
Cheesy Factor: The text spinning in looks very choppy.
Music/Sounds: A crumbling noise over the closing theme. On Adult Court, there is no crumbling noise.
Availability: Was seen on Dr. Robotnik BUTS, Global BUTS, Talent Kid, Adult's Court, and P to P. Also appears on early Adult's Pick Winners.
Scare Factor: Low. The crumbling noise may catch you off guard. _______________________________________________________________
Party X Studios
1st Logo (1997-2008)
Nicknames: "The School/Party", "The Party X School/Party" The Frederator Ripoff
Logo: Over a school setting (or another footage), we see the words "Party X, Incorporated" appeared below.
FX/SFX: The video's animation.
Cheesy Factor: It's just a clip from either the As Told By Ginger intro or the All Grown Up! intro! That's very unprofessional!
Music/Sounds: The closing theme of the show.
Availability: Rare. It's seen on Oh No! Cartoons, on later episodes of The Meth Minute 40 (earlier episodes have the second logo), and on earlier episodes of The Fairly TV Satellite and BoardZone.
Scare Factor: None.
2nd Logo (2001- )
Nicknames: "The School", "The Party X School", "The Shaking School"
Logo: Same as before, but the logo shakes.
Variants: There is a variant in which the clip background is tinted red with the words "Party X" in yellow or steel gray and "Incorporated" in purple or white. There is also a variant in which the background is red/green gradient with the words "Party X" in steel gray and "Incorporated" in white. There is also a black & white variant.
FX/SFX: The shaking effect.
Music/Sounds: The closing theme of the show accompanied by a shaking sound effect. On the Michael Catty Power Hour animated specials, only the shaking sound effect are heard due to the Pineapple Entertainment logo preceding this one in the logo set.
Availability: Common. It can be seen on The Fairly TV Satellite, BoardZone, and My Life as a Porno Robot.
Scare Factor: Low. The sound effects could catch you off-guard.
3rd Logo (2005-2009)
Nicknames: "Party X Dog", "Partydog"
Logo: On a white background, we see a red silhoutte of Partydog with a yellow "P" on it. The words "A PARTY X PRESENTATION" appear below.
Trivia: This was produced by Fred Seibert.
Availability: Common. It's seen on the first episodes of the webshow Channel Party X and its spin-off, Robot Fite.
Scare Factor: None.
4th Logo (2009- )
Nicknames: "Jackhammer Party X", "Party X Dog II", "Partydog II", "Jackhammer Partydog ", "Jackhammer Dog", "CuteDog"
Logo: On a night city skyline view, on a green mountain, we see a Partydog (Who is a red dog with sunglasses) but the "P" on him is green this time, holding a jackhammer, in which chips these words into the mountain: PArTY X STUDIOS
and when Partydog is done, he throws the jackhammer, and the carved words pop out, along with him in a straight position and spinning red triangles appear in the background.
FX/SFX: This is a stop-motion animation designed, animated, and directed by Jamie4828382, a person working at Party X Studios.
Music/Sounds: A jackhammer noise followed by two bangs.
Music/Sounds Variant: On A Fairly Movie: Grow Up, Catty Andrew!, the ending theme of the movie plays over it.
Availability: Common. Seen on Jare & Low Low on Dr. Robotnik and Robotniktoons, current episodes of Channel Party X, and S1 and early S2 episodes of Grow Time on Allemn Channel. It was also seen on the live-action Fairly TV Satellite movie, A Fairly Movie: Grow Up, Catty Andrew! and it's sequel, A Fairly Christmas. Also seen on Bet You Can't Do This! and Pyro Crew on Allemn Channel after the Krusty Krab Pizza Productions Logo.
Scare Factor: Low. The sounds can catch of off-guard. Otherwise, Partydog looks cute.
5th Logo (2010- )
Nicknames: "Party X Dog III", "Partydog III", "LegoDog", "Pargo" The frederator ripoff III
Logo: Against a white background, we see a pile of red Lego bricks on the floor. They then build up to form Partydog's face. Then the word, "PaRTY X" in the same font as before, zooms onto the PartyDog, which bounces once.
FX/SFX: The blocks building, the text zooming out. It's all live action, but in stop-motion. The Party X text is animated. The design was created by Lego artist Nathan Sawaya.
Cheesy Factor: The brick pile image at the start of the logo moved when it was started to build Partydog's face like someone moved the pile.
Music/Sounds: Same as the 4th logos. The jackhammer sounds really go with the sounds for the Lego bricks.
Availability: Brand new. It's currently seen on Grow Time on Allemn Channel since the 2nd season.
Scare Factor: Same as the 4th logo. It might surprise you the first time you see it, but again, Partydog is again cute, and any fans of Lego bricks will like this logo.