Tonight's episode is the first of 12 and will follow Beezers misfortunes after deciding to buy a motorbike.
Branded as an "animated kitchen-sink comedy", it follows an unemployed North Dubliner caller Beezer, his son Sean Og, and his grandad Tom and their life in the fictional suburb of Abbeydale.
NORTHBORO - For more than a decade, BeeZers was a staple in the Northboro community, serving up soft-serve ice cream and Chicago-style hot dogs along with a bevy of sides, including its signature french fries.
"Everywhere I went, people kept saying `You know what would be great?' and it just kept coming up," she said, adding that the locals were left craving Chicago-style hot dogs after BeeZers closed.
She had hoped to offer food of some kind in the future, and it was a no-brainer to ask BeeZers to climb aboard.
At least for now, BeeZers will run as a much smaller operation than in its heyday, but that's OK with Mr.
You'll find folks blowing beezers
on every street, As more emphatic sneezers ...
seem to have developed a couple of beezers
on my chin which I gamely avoid squeezing.
Besides being hard to start, the old 'Beezers' had drum brakes, front and rear.
Now an old 500cc Beezer isn't the fastest bike in the world, which is why I was amazed at how much acceleration took place during the time it took for my brain to register the problem, send the message to my extremities to grab the clutch and brakes, and actually start slowing the bike down.
Down the street at Calibre Digital Pictures, artists have produced a three-minute 3-D kidvid pilot called "The Beezers."
"The Beezers" features subterranean "fur-bearing creatures without seams on their arms" set in highly rendered two-dimensional backgrounds, according to Williamson.
It was difficult to decide which owner was the most absurd because we had a real selection of beezers
to choose from.
Battered Fish II, 191 Main St.; Special Teas, 10 Church St.; West Side Grille, Route 9; Nicky D's Donuts, 243 West Main St.; and Beezers
Ice Cream, 14 East Main St.
As for the title The Beezer
was a large-format children's comic first published by the Glasgow-based firm DC Thomson in the mid-'50s.