The sequel to the genre-bending phenomenon Backyard Wrestling: Don't Try This At Home, Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes The Neighborhood offers a soundtrack featuring contributions from legendary artists, today's hottest acts, and tomorrow's industry leaders.
What does TGTN stand for?
TGTN stands for There Goes the Neighborhood
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Jenkinson is using this model to gain financing and distribution for other UE animated series in film development, including gidley's Those Who Walk in Darkness, which is in development at Warner Brothers, and There Goes the Neighborhood, which is being developed by Alcon Entertainment for Warner Brothers.
THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD `It really is the front row and you are surrounded by monied people who enjoy nice things, people who know how to behave.
Set for release on the video game consoles in Fall 2004, Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes The Neighborhood carries on the tradition of a game made by the people, for the people.
The sequel to the genre- bending phenomenon Backyard Wrestling: Don't Try This At Home, Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes The Neighborhood is currently in development by Paradox and will be available for videogame consoles including the Xbox(R) video game system from Microsoft in the Fall of 2004 in North America.
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