Quick, what time?Originally Posted by Spongebrain2.0
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Quick, what time?Originally Posted by Spongebrain2.0
Originally Posted by J. B. Warner
Yes, and its also not worth missing Static. Why are all the go damn good shows on CC on at 10:30 (well, not South Park, which I am actually gonna watch this season) Well, DT is gonna be repeated a hell of alot of times, so, everybody will get a number of times to see it for the first time, or again.
I'm gonna jump away from the crowd and give this show a chance... I have faith in this series.
I hear ya on that Gerbil_Power.. after all we're talking here Three great VA's from other shows, (Cree Summer, Tara Strong, and Jess Harnell) plus a wacky idea for a Few fun scenes that could really make things verrry interesting indeed..Originally Posted by Gerbil_Power
so stay tooned
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Friday nights on CN.. Action, Adventure, and.. Chilli Fries?
Kim Possible 2002-2007. Save the Cheerleader, Save the World. and for one brief Moment, we the fans, did save the world.
So far, I've laughed a bunch.
Wish we got a little more of Ling-Ling and Captain Hero, but Captain Hero's "12 Year Old and a Donkey" scene was good enough.
And Xandir used the Legend of Zelda/Super Mario Bros. 3 flute-teleportation, which is nice.
Saw about five minutes of it, didn't like what I saw, changed back to baseball.
"Make me chaste and pure, but not yet."
-St. Augustine, Confessiones, VIII, 7
Xandir blowing into a whistle, and a whirlwind picking him up and transporting him.
Who would have guessed these guys actually did their homework?! This show is freakin hysterical!
You know normally I'm against it, but in cases like this, I gotta go with Adam Corrolla.
"I LOVE racism!" I can't wait to start watchin this show more often, at least now it's not just only South Park. This show is gonna do juuuuuuuust fine.
Now! Back to my boys finally winning the World Series. THE MOON HAS SPOKEN: THE CURSE......IS BROKEN.
"In an universe where nothing that we do matters, the only thing that matters is what we do."
The show reached greatness and then kept going. Basically what kind of happened here was what would have happened if William Shakespheare had decided that Hamlet needed more death.
Spanky Ham is a great character, he's wonderful, but then they go and ruin him with the pee and poop jokes. Toot is a decent character and I would've accepted her as a meanie because that's funny. But then they had to add the cutting thing which isn't funny. At least with Spanky's poop and pee jokes there is actually a joke of some sort, with Toot's cutting there is no joke. All she's doing is cutting herself which is a horrible thing, there is almost new spin at all besides the character who'se doing it... but even then that spin doesn't provide anything to make a woman cutting herself funny.
I don't like the Pokemon and Saturday morning cartoon characters, they're not funny at all (I liked the end thing with the pokemon... kind of). I get what they're making fun off but unlike Foxy or Spanky they don't put the amount of effort into making these characters fun. I hope they improve later on and put some focus on those two.
The rest of the characters are pretty cool, but like I said before they need take a few steps back and not go for such extremes.
The visuals are pretty good. Nothing fantastic but it's acceptable enough that I don't really care. They also have some nice visual gags.
That was suprisingly good. Had some flaws, but overall I quite enjoyed it.
The show had an oddly paced start, but once it got going it stayed pretty funny. The Princess and Toot seem to be the best characters, but all of them were fairly enjoyable....except the Pig. I know he's supposed to be a satire on lowbrow internet-esque humor, but...it just comes off as lowbrow internet-esque humor. Pretty lame.
But beyond that, good stuff. I'll keep watching.
Unexpected opinion: Tonight's Drawn Together > Tonight's South Park
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I want 30 minutes of my life back. Oh, I'd probably just waste them anyway.
Seriously, I watched this show and didn't truly laugh once. I chuckled at two lines in the whole show: (from the toy ball) "I was going to tell her to kill the president..." and "I was stuck in this mode for three hours!" (black woman moving her shoulders and shaking her finger)
I was expecting a little intro to the characters. Something akin to the dramatic entrances reality TV shows do to kick off their shows, but the show jumped right into things, which kind of took me by surprise.
After a sort of drab start, the show really picked up and by the time it was over I found I actually found myself liking it. Pretty odd that this show (which I had pegged to be not that great) turned out to make me laugh more then tonight's South Park.
The only other qualm I had with the show was the constant flashing effect they used every 3 seconds to cut between confessional scenes and house scenes. I don't think even real reality TV shows use that graphic THAT much. I also didn't like the pig...but that closing 'this year on Drawn Together' sold the series for me.
All right, this is definitely my surprise of the year. Don't care what anyone else thinks; I thought this show would turn out awful or mediocre, and instead it's hilarious.
The characters whose genres got jabbed at in this (Mainly Clara, Xandir and Ling Ling) had those gags pulled off great. All the varying drawing styles were done well. The jokes kept coming and made me laugh ("Grapes are fun!"). It was just funny in general, and now the only thing I'm worried about is the possibility of the other characters' genres not being skewered (Though we've got a whole season, so I'm not that worried).
I'll definitely be watching this one. B+ (It'd be an A-, but I also think Spanky's a one-note character, so that brings things down.).
Christ, what the hell was that? A bunch of cheap jokes strung together so close and a lot of disturbing imagery. Everyones a horny idiot drunkard, and noone was anywhere near lovable.
Why does Comedy Central keep picking up these shows? They're nowhere near what South Park offers, they always go too far and well...get cancelled.
I really didnt need to see those fugly ass shots, that pig crapping everywhere, and when he said "I LOVE RACISM!" and struck a stupid pose, I knew something was amiss. Then the princess and Foxxy kissed and then a song came on. That was the final nail on the coffin.
I saw the first half, and in my honest opinion I must say that this show is even worse than Father of the Pride...and that's saying a lot! The women weren't anything, they were being total sluts waaaay too much, and those songs were plain bad. The Pokemon parody was way overdone too. And I didn't really like the idea of a perverted pig or a really bad Betty Boop ripoff.
Comedy Central has been on the decline lately....first they get rid of SNL in favor of MadTV, then they stop showing Conan O'Brien encores (maybe they lost their contract?), and now South Park and Drawn Together are on..it seems that Chappelle's Show is their only saving grace right now. (ne season starts in March!)
Now if you excuse me, there's some baseball on...good thing nothing much happened while I was watching this show.
Be sure to catch 24 every Monday at 9pm Eastern on Fox (and 10pm Eastern on Global). Watch it, because you know you're brighter than Michael Irvin.
This was pretty funny, I laughed a good couple of times. Oh wait, sorry that was the South Park on earlier. Okay so I thought Toot was a little funny and I liked Xandir's warp whistle a la Zelda, but other than that it was a pretty lame show. Repeating "I'm out to save my girlfriend" and "I kept doing this gesture" junk is NOT funny. The Lesbian antics were boring and just a desperate attempt to get the audience to laugh. The whole concept of it being a reality show is just not funny, simply because reality TV on it's own sucks as well. So out of the three new animated shows that are coming to Comedy Central (Odd Todd remains) 2 out of 3 haven't been that great. I know, I will give this show one or two more viewings, but I'm not expecting anything especially with the episode preview for next time. Please Comedy Central, if Odd Todd isn't good, then just stop with the animated shows minus South Park. PLEASE?!?!?!?!?!
Thank God Baseball is over. That Stuff is boring as hell
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Well, I flipped back and forth between "Whose Line?" and this (only during "Whose Line?" commercial breaks, of course). What I saw was pretty lame for the majority, but it had its moments. I stayed FAR away from Clara and Foxxy's musical number, but Xander transporting himself with the tornado was pretty funny. Didn't see much of Spanky in action, but I did see the ending scene (which seemed awfully risque) and the season-long preview. It seems one future episode may deal with the controversy surrounding black stereotypes and the politically incorrect cartoons of the 1940s, which may catch my interest. Other than that, nothing too sensational. The animation could be better too.
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