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From what I remember, this show used to come on at 7pm on Saturdays. I would only watch it at every other weekend, so it most likely came on Saturday nights. It was hosted by a skeleton who was either a puppet or possibly even CGI. The show included puzzles and a segment involving pipes and a talking wrench.

It's not "Tales From the Cryptkeeper" or "Funnybones." If someone could please tell me the name of this show, I'd be very grateful! It's been bugging me for a long time now.

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    Hi! welcome to SciFi.Stackexchange. According to this meta discussion meta.scifi.stackexchange.com/questions/683/… children's cartoons with no direct link to sci-fi/fantasy aren't considered on topic. If you gain over 20 reputation, you should be able to join our site's chat room to ask a question like this. – OghmaOsiris Sep 22 '11 at 19:42
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    I'd say that a skeleton would at least put it on the fringe of fantasy... @Sarah if you can provide other information, like what year this would have been broadcast? was it story driven? etc... – HorusKol Sep 22 '11 at 23:34
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    @Sarah: Have I picked the right one? Wrong one? Or have you left and will not come back? – DampeS8N Sep 23 '11 at 17:54
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Maybe Weinerville? It had a number of puppet characters, including a skeleton whose trademark was singing, "I'm Boney, I'm Boney, leave me aloney!"

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Was it Skeleton Warriors?

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From Wikipedia:

The story takes place on the distant planet of Lumimaire. The conflict of the plot revolves around the need to control the Lightstar Crystal. This powerful crystal powers the great city of Luminicity. Baron Dark, the show's main villain, tried to steal the crystal in order to gain control over its incredible power. He only succeeded in obtaining half of the crystal, with the other half being obtained by Prince Lightstar.

The half of the crystal that the Baron Dark managed to obtain turns him into a living skeleton. It also gives him the power to turn those with evil hearts into living skeletons for his army. Each episode involves Prince Lightstar, his siblings and Baron Dark attempting to obtain the other half of their respective crystals in order to gain control over the planet.

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Crashbox? It had a skeleton in it and it was kind of a sketch based show.

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OWL/TV, kids nature show, pretty sweet show.

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