A. Chimendez

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[[Image:achimendez.png|thumb|A. Chimendez (silhouette) in the [[recording studio]] with [[Crack Stuntman]].]]
[[Image:achimendez.png|thumb|A. Chimendez (silhouette) in the [[recording studio]] with [[Crack Stuntman]].]]
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'''A. Chimendez''' is a hack scriptwriter and director for various low quality [[TV Shows|television programs]].  He may be a television equivalent of [[Lem Sportsinterviews]].   
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'''A. Chimendez''' is scriptwriter, director and producer for various low quality [[TV Shows|television programs]] and movies. most notably the [[Cheat Commandos]].  He may be a television equivalent of [[Lem Sportsinterviews]].   
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Chimendez finally appeared (in silhouette form) in [[The Next Epi-Snowed]], trying to control [[Crack Stuntman]] from going too far off script.  He finally had to take over as a character named [[Agent Chimendez]].  Chimendez is shown wearing a hat, having frizzy hair, and speaking with a vaguely Latin accent.
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Chimendez finally appeared (in silhouette form) in [[The Next Epi-Snowed]], trying to control [[Crack Stuntman]] from going too far off script.  He finally had to take over as a character named [[Agent Chimendez]].  Chimendez is shown wearing a hat, having frizzy hair, a goatee, and speaking with a vaguely Latin accent.
The name A. Chimendez is similar to that of Mexico-born [[Wikipedia:Bill Meléndez|B. Meléndez]], who is best known as the late animator and director of the [[Peanuts]] television specials (and the voice of Snoopy) as well as [[wikipedia:A Martinez|A. Martinez]], a television actor most prominent in the 1980s and 1990s.
The name A. Chimendez is similar to that of Mexico-born [[Wikipedia:Bill Meléndez|B. Meléndez]], who is best known as the late animator and director of the [[Peanuts]] television specials (and the voice of Snoopy) as well as [[wikipedia:A Martinez|A. Martinez]], a television actor most prominent in the 1980s and 1990s.

Revision as of 19:29, 2 August 2009

A. Chimendez (silhouette) in the recording studio with Crack Stuntman.

A. Chimendez is scriptwriter, director and producer for various low quality television programs and movies. most notably the Cheat Commandos. He may be a television equivalent of Lem Sportsinterviews.

Chimendez finally appeared (in silhouette form) in The Next Epi-Snowed, trying to control Crack Stuntman from going too far off script. He finally had to take over as a character named Agent Chimendez. Chimendez is shown wearing a hat, having frizzy hair, a goatee, and speaking with a vaguely Latin accent.

The name A. Chimendez is similar to that of Mexico-born B. Meléndez, who is best known as the late animator and director of the Peanuts television specials (and the voice of Snoopy) as well as A. Martinez, a television actor most prominent in the 1980s and 1990s.

Known Scripts

Other Chimendezes

Story by Youdbetterbelieveit Chimendez

A. Chimendez Jr. wrote the Cheat Commandos episode "Movie Night!". It is unclear if this writer is the son of A. Chimendez or if this is A. Chimendez's full name.

In highschool, another Chimendez, Youdbetterbelieveit Chimendez, wrote the story for an episode of "The Homestar Runner Mysfit-steries". His or her relation to A. Chimendez (or A. Chimendez Jr.) is also unknown.

The window title of Let us give TANKS! reads "A Very Tremendous Chimendez Thanksgiving".

The script for The Limozeen Advantage was written by F.A.O. Chimendez.

Sickly Sam's Big Outing was based on the vaudeville stylings of Wibe Chimendez.

Twenty THANXty Six was written by Beverly Sportsinterviews-Chimendez, implying that Beverly Sportsinterviews is married to A. Chimendez.

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