Comedy Cental's new show. It's sorta like Archer set in my hair salon's front window poster.
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I saw ads for it the other day while watching Archer, actually. I'll probably pick it up here soon, since there's not much to lose if I don't end up enjoying it.
Edit: If anybody's interested, the premiere is actually available for free on Comedy Central's website.
! Meh, I'll give it the benefit of the doubt since it's the first episode. It's way too similar to Archer right now, but less funny due to the randomness,
I kinda liked it. Maybe it was the art style, or Rob Lowe's hypnotic voice, or his and Will Forte's character being fabulous morons.
Was that Elizabeth Banks as the boss? Seemed like it.
Don't get too attached. Aside from Rob Lowe's awesome voice, I can't see this making it past 6 episodes.
Its comedy central, nothing they've ever paired with South Park has lasted more than a season. Aside from Drawn Together, I guess. That lasted what, two seasons? ANd was funny for… one episode? (Xander being gay was only funny when everyone else thought he was and he didn't. Once he accepted it, it just became horrific gay bashing.) Brickleberry? I don't think either of those got past absolute minimum base syndication, 36 episodes.
If it was on cartoon network or FX it could go for a while. But it won't work in that slot.
Both Brickleberry and Drawn Together lasted three seasons but only added up to 36 episodes each. So maybe we can get the same 36 for Moonbeam City. Unless it goes the way of the former two shows and isn't terribly funny or, in Brickleberry's case, is in no way watchable by any sane human being.
Eh maybe you guys are right. Ah well.
Although I will admit I have a weird relationship with Drawn Together..it always went back and forth from being really funny to me to just plain crossing the line and showing some unpleasant visual gag. Some stuff was great, some stuff…wasn't.
Later seasons weren't as good as the earlier stuff, and the flash animation-style of the movie turns me off from seeing it. The show wasn't afraid to "go there", but really, every adult show post South Park tries to do the same thing.
As for Brickleberry....please tell me this show has been canceled. That show is just well, disgusting.
Well, unless this show is able to seriously make itself unique, it won't really be that big of a loss to me.
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As for Brickleberry….please tell me this show has been canceled. That show is just well, disgusting.