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Mr. Pickles and Bojack Horseman

12 Feb

NETFLIX, INC. BOJACK HORSEMAN

Mr. Pickles

From creators Will Carsola and Dave Stewart (Funny Or Die Presents Nick Swardson’s Pretend Time) comes Mr. Pickles. The urban sprawl of modern society pollutes the old-fashioned town where the Goodman family lives with their lovable pet dog, Mr. Pickles, a deviant border collie with a secret satanic streak.

This is an amazing show, both funny and twisted. Perfect for Adult Swim, which is probably why it was greenlit by them. More boobs, violence, and weirdness. Really excited about this one too, and again, you can see the pilot on YouTube here:

Bojack Horseman

Bojack Horseman is an animated show about a horse-man voiced by Will Arnett that is coming in the spring exclusively on Netflix. I really can’t see how this show could be bad, unless the writing is atrocious. The concept is so great!

Dream Futurama Merch, or… “Why Are There No Scruffy Toys?!?”

6 Feb
Scruffy

Scruffy.

On Twitter, @GotFuturama asked the question “What one piece of Futurama merchandise doesn’t exist that you really wish did?” and it got me thinking.

I quickly realized that instead of trying to cram my answer into the usual ‘140-minus-original-tweet’ characters, that I would need to elaborate on the topic of ‘dream Futurama merchandise’ in a new post, here!

Futurama is easily one of my favorite animated shows. I began thinking about the different TYPES of merch that I know exist, or that I would potentially wish existed. I’m sure there are all kinds of Futurama shirts out there, even though I’ve never really looked (Not sure why I haven’t! I have MANY ATHF shirts!) Really, though, any design of shirt could be easily designed and printed off.

So naturally, next, my mind went to toys.

Most people know that I collect a few toys here and there that interest me. Futurama has SO MANY great characters for potential toys, just like its sister show, The Simpsons, and a good number have definitely been produced – at least all the more main characters.

I own a few of these Futurama toys — the KidRobot ones, the tall-ish Leela figure with moon base — I even had a tin Nibbler (that I sold! Argh!)

Other Futurama toys that were produced (but I don’t [yet] own) include the 2002-2003 Horrible Gelatinous Blob and brain slug toys made by Dark Horse and the excellent Toynami figures made from 2007-2009. Toynami produced a great selection of character figures, even including such one-off characters as Nudar and Nixon’s head in a jar. I also saw a picture of The Don from the Robot Mafia, although it may have been a comic-con exclusive or a prototype.

So, some toys exist.

But Simpsons toys feature pretty much EVERY character you can think of, (for good reason – it’s a more popular show and has been on the air forever) and recently even had a LEGO set produced. Hell, even Family Guy toys are expansive now with their selection of characters! Again, another TV show that is still actively producing new episodes.

Futurama has been canceled twice, from two different networks, but it has a SOLIDLY cool, weird science fiction foundation. That’s why I feel like the Futurama toys that have been produced are missing all kinds of cool possibilities and elements that would be really great to see in a piece. I was surprised at how many toy ideas I was able to generate by simply skimming through the list of Futurama episodes. After that, I of course researched to try and find (what I feel are ‘missing’) toy ideas that are already in existence somewhere. But I couldn’t find evidence that the below character figures or playsets had been produced or even prototyped as of now, ANYWHERE!

Here are MULTIPLE ideas for Futurama toys I’d love to see:

– Scruffy!!!! (Sal has a KidRobot figure! Why is there no Scruffy?!?!)

– Slurms McKenzie figure w/ Slurm Factory playset (+ huge Wormulon mom-slug?!?)

– A full set/pack of robot figures (I saw one, but it only had 4 figures, and was missing a potential Robot Santa, Robot Mafia bots [Clamps!], Calculon, Flexo, or Hedonism Bot.. plus many more… Tinny Tim? Others from All My Circuits?)

– Bender as a were-car (how cool would this be?!?!)

– Nibbler in his spaceship.

– The giant space-whale from “Mobius Dick”.

– Any figures of any of the sewer mutants.

– More heads in jars!! The possibilities for these are nearly limitless.

– Amazon women jungle/temple playset, with Fem-puter.

– Anything with all the characters as fish from “Naturama”.

– Mr. Peppy the bone vampire.

– Fry on the Scooty-Puff Jr. surrounded by giant brains in space!

So, there are the Futurama toys I wish existed. My thoughts on “one” piece of Futurama merch that I wished existed turned into an entire collection, but I stand behind all these decisions. I also happen to know that there are some extremely talented toy customizers out there who could probably produce these (for example, my friend made a large scale Mr. Peppy!) Hell, I have a lot of ideas for MY fledgling toy company after thinking about this!

🙂

Bender as a were-car

Bender as a were-car

REFERENCE MATERIAL:

http://thetoybox1138.blogspot.com/2012/07/futurama-toynami.html
http://www.tmnttoys.com/reviews/misc/futurama8/review.html

So….Brian’s Back on Family Guy

4 Jan

Brian GriffinYep.

It’s old news now, but what we all suspected was a joke or an intricate Seth MacFarlane plot twist was exactly that.

Stewie noticed his double in a parallel reality, he was able to save Brian from being run over, y’know, all the stuff you’d expect from a show with a talking dog and baby.

With that said, here are some of the other articles on Brian’s return.

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/family-guy-brian-griffin-back-from-the-dead/

http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/tv-movies/family-guy-dog-brian-griffin-triumphant-return-controversial-death-article-1.1549227

http://hollywoodlife.com/2013/12/15/family-guy-brian-griffin-returns-season-12-episode-8-recap/

http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/tv/2013/12/16/family-guy-resurrects-brian-the-dog/4038129/

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2524409/Brian-Griffin-resurrected-Family-Guy-Christmas-special-fan-outrage.html

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/family-guy-brian-lives-665836?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+thr%2Fnews+(The+Hollywood+Reporter+-+Top+Stories)

New episode of Family Guy tomorrow night (Sunday) on FOX!

20 Great Animated TV Shows That We Watch and Follow

29 Nov
Rick and Morty

Rick and Morty

We wrote a list like this a few posts back, but shows are always being canceled, and new ones are always premiering. It’s the animated TV circle of life.

We took some time and gathered up a NEW list of the 20 shows that we currently love, watch, and follow. And this time, we tried our best to gather up as much detailed information as we could about the present and future of each show.

Here’s the list of cartoons – ask questions or post comments you may have below the post!

The Amazing World of Gumball (Finale episode of season 2 will air next Tuesday, December 3, on Cartoon Network. Season 3 of the show will feature a new voice actor for the voice of Gumball, and is confirmed, but its exact start date is TBA.)

American Dad! (Currently airing new episodes of season 10 on Sunday nights on FOX. Season 10 ends in February 2014. Reruns are aired on adult swim. This 10th season is the show’s last on FOX, as it is moving to TBS for its 11th season around July 2014, exact start date TBA.)

Annoying Orange (The latest new episode was shown August 2013 on Cartoon Network. I’m sure more will come.)

Aqua Teen Hunger Force (Known as Aqua TV Show Show for this last season, the show recently completed its 10th season on Cartoon Network’s adult swim. It was fantastic, as always. We are always excited for the next season. The show may have a new name next season. Who even knows at this point. I just hope they continue making this show forever. Exact details and start date for what I hope is a season 11 TBA.)

Archer (Season 5 begins January 13th 2014 on FX!)

Beavis and Butt-Head (Episodes of season 8 were aired in 2011 after a long hiatus and revival, but then there was no real further news from MTV of its status. In 2012, the manager of the ‘Save Beavis & Butt-Head 2013’ campaign discovered that the show had been cancelled on MTV. The show is now possibly seeking a new home, and Hulu has reportedly shown interest.)

Bob’s Burgers (Currently airing new episodes of season 4 on Sunday nights on FOX. Season 4 ends in February 2014, with the rest of the Animation Domination lineup. Occasional reruns are aired on adult swim.)

Brickleberry (Season 2 just ended on Comedy Central. The show has been well received, and is one of the funniest new shows we’ve seen in a long time. Season 3 has been confirmed for 2014, exact start date TBA.)

China, IL (Season 2 just ended on adult swim. The new 30-minute format works great, and we’re psyched for a season 3, which we hope will be confirmed soon!)

Family Guy (Currently airing new episodes of season 12 on Sunday nights on FOX. Season 12 ends in February 2014. Reruns are aired on adult swim. Just killed off Brian Griffin and replaced with new family dog Vinny.)

The Looney Tunes Show (Has been airing new episodes of season 2 on Cartoon Network. The latest episode was August 2013, and the air date for the next and perhaps final episode of the season, ‘SuperRabbit’, is currently TBA.)

Metalocalypse (After season 4 on adult swim, when Toki was kidnapped, the hour-long special ‘Doomstar Requiem : A Klok Opera’ aired October 2013 on adult swim. Was pretty amazingly epic. No news yet about a 5th season, but the end of the Klok Opera was a cliffhanger and hinted at more ahead.)

Regular Show (Currently showing new episodes of season 5 on Monday nights on Cartoon Network. Season 5 ends December 31, 2013 with a new years themed episode. Recently aired a half-hour Thanksgiving special episode. Season 6 has been confirmed for 2014.)

Rick and Morty (Season 1 premieres December 2nd at 10:30 on adult swim! The entire pilot can currently be seen on YouTube! From the creator of Community. This is a seriously amazing and hilarious show. You need to see this!!)

Sanjay and Craig (Season 1 on Nickelodeon just ended in November 2013, and season 2 has been confirmed, exact start date TBA. Another new, amazing and very funny show. Thuropp Van Ormann from Flapjack works on this.)

The Simpsons (Currently airing new episodes of season 25 on Sunday nights on FOX. Season 25 will likely end February 2014 with the rest of the Animation Domination lineup, although exact air dates of each episode have not yet been specified. Season 26 has been confirmed by FOX and will most likely begin September 2014 with the rest of FOX’s Animation Domination lineup.)

South Park (Currently airing new episodes of season 17 on Wednesday nights on Comedy Central. Recently engulfed in a multi-part ‘Black Friday Saga’. A deal with Comedy Central was made in 2011 to keep the series going until at least season 20, in 2016.)

SpongeBob Squarepants (Currently sporadically airing new episodes from the show’s current season, season 9. And season 9 has been airing since 2012! The show is so popular, it can basically air episodes whenever it wants on Nickelodeon, and it generally does so. The most recent episode was earlier this month, and the next episode, “Brainless”, has no specified air date yet. Season 10 may begin in 2014. A second SpongeBob movie is also in the works. It was announced that filming is starting in Georgia. The movie will star Antonio Banderas, and will perhaps have a 2015 release date. See article on both of these recent developments here.)

Squidbillies (Recently completed season 8 on adult swim. It was fantastic as always, and we are psyched for what we hope is another season, exact start date TBA!)

Superjail (Season 4 will consist of 6 episodes, and will air on adult swim in 2014.)

Transformers: Prime (This is admittedly the 21st animated TV show in a list of 20 currently-airing shows, and the only non-comedy entry. This is because the third and final season of TF: Prime aired this year, but there was a Predacons movie in October. Perhaps there will be more of these types of specials in the future. TF: Prime is and was such an excellent show.)

You should really watch the whole pilot of Rick and Morty right here. Seriously.

Family Guy Kills Off Major Character — and Why We’re Glad (If It’s Real)

28 Nov

I don’t really know if we need to put a spoiler alert on this, but if you don’t know who died on Family Guy and don’t want to know yet, stop reading.

Otherwise, here are our thoughts on this development.

As most people know, on last Sunday’s episode of Family Guy entitled “Life of Brian”, family dog Brian Griffin got hit by a car and died. He was replaced with new family dog Vinny, voiced by Tony Sirico from The Sopranos.

Shortly after this happened, people on Twitter freaked out, and now there is a petition to bring him back, with thousands of signatures.

The producers had been intending to have a character die (namely Brian) since the beginning of this season, as is evident in this interview with Family Guy producer Steve Callaghan. Some people even think that the move was a deliberate act of sabotage.

Many fans were upset with this development, but I and several other people I know are relieved by this. Over time, we have witnessed Brian’s progression as a character, and how he has become increasingly pretentious, self-righteous and generally awful throughout the show’s seasons.

After all, the death of a character isn’t new for Family Guy, they’ve killed off news anchors and bosses. The Simpsons plans to kill another character as well (in addition to Maude Flanders, and the inevitable demise of Edna Krabappel’s character), as referenced here. Apparently even the cast don’t know which character it will be. I think the death of a character can create good changes in a TV show. After all, things in real life are always changing.

Family Guy vomiting

I’ve watched the show since its’ humble beginnings, and have always loved it. I’ve seen every episode. I think that’s why I’ve been noticing Brian’s flaws surfacing, and it has annoyed me greatly. He has easily become my least favorite character on the show.

I think Brian’s flaws really began to surface in the season 6 episode “Movin’ Out (Brian’s Song)”, as his shallowness towards women began to show. Then, season 6’s episode “Play It Again, Brian” really shows Brian’s intense desire for Lois, and how he thinks his best friend Peter isn’t good enough for her. Also in season 6, in the episode “The Former Life of Brian”, we meet Brian’s son — but this is the first and last time we see him. Deadbeat father, anyone?

Further evidence of Brian’s shallowness towards women is seen in the season 8 episode “Brian’s Got a Brand New Bag”, where he dates an older woman, but becomes obsessed with her age and cheats with a younger woman. Three episodes later in season 8, in the episode “Jerome is the New Black”, Brian and Quagmire have dinner, and Quagmire proceeds to go on a long rant about everything he hates about Brian. The rant’s attack is intense, but after hearing everything Quagmire has to say, I seriously agreed that pretty much everything he says is true.

To read bits of Quagmire’s rant, check out this article.

After season 8’s developments, I think the season that really hit it home (for me) about how awful of a character Brian is was season 9. In “Excellence in Broadcasting”, one of my least favorite episodes of Family Guy ever, you see Brian’s preconceived notions of politics backfire on him, and he eventually completely changes his political position completely. But then, by the end of the episode, he reverts totally back to his original stance! In season 9’s “Brian Writes a Bestseller”, Brian fully shows his terrible true colors. Stewie and Brian have always had such a great connection on the show. In this episode, Stewie tries to help Brian with his phony self-help book by becoming his publicist. But despite that, Brian becomes a total jerk, constantly berating and eventually firing Stewie! This was another episode I pretty much hated. Finally, season 9’s “Tiegs for Two” continues to portray Brian as a shallow, ridiculous character, and he has his second major on-screen feud with Quagmire.

Remember this?

Remember this?

Perhaps ironically, in season 10, Brian tells Peter how the Tea Party is a “tool of big business”. And then in Family Guy‘s 11th season, “Brian’s Play” again features success going to Brian’s head despite his lack of writing talent.

All of these arguments, despite the fantastic episodes with Stewie and Brian as a comedic team, are the reasons why I am glad Family Guy‘s writers decided to kill off Brian. I think Vinny will be an interesting development in the show.

At first, I thought the whole thing was a gag only to have Brian reappear, or that Vinny would have secretly bad intentions (as ‘New Brian’ did, and was quickly killed in season 7’s “The Man with Two Brians”). However, by the end of the episode, you see a bond with new chemistry form between Stewie and Vinny.

This death of a character and addition of a new character may actually end up helping the freshness of the series. After all, Seth MacFarlane himself has said he thought the show should have already ended.

We also need to consider the possibility that they are intending to bring Brian back. People are even making hoax sites such as this one, of which the Family Guy producers deny any involvement.

If Brian truly is dead, here is TMZ’s “Remembering Brian Griffin” feature in his memory. I do have respect for his longevity (if he really is gone). Many people say they will no longer watch the show without Brian, but I know I will, and I will be happy about doing so.

The Return of Animation Domination, Aqua TV Show Show, Squidbillies, China IL, Brickleberry, and South Park

1 Oct

They’re all back!

Animation Domination on FOX Sunday nights with The Simpsons, Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy, and American Dad!

Aqua TV Show Show and Squidbillies are both also showing new episodes on adult swim on Sunday nights!

Basically, there’s a lot of things to watch or DVR on Sunday nights.

Hello Mr. UPS man

China, IL is back with new episodes too (also on adult swim). new Regular Show episodes are pretty regular, as is Annoying Orange. All of those on Cartoon Network, of course.

Spongebob shows the occasional new episode on Nickelodeon whenever they feel like it, basically, but I happen to know they’re working on a new Spongebob movie!

We usually stick ONLY to TV, but Spongebob is still on TV, so the movie counts.

So there! Haha.

Here is the link to all the info for Spongebob Squarepants 2, and there is also…

A trailer!

Another great one on Nickelodeon is Sanjay and Craig, of course. It’s incredible! Funny and weird and amazing. Made by Thurop of Flapjack fame.

We’ve also been thoroughly enjoying Transformers Prime. While not our usual comedy fare, we’ve always had a soft spot for giant transforming alien robots from Japan.

Call us crazy.

Finally, Brickleberry is showing new episodes on Comedy Central on Tuesdays, and new South Park episodes are on Comedy Central on Wednesdays!

Think that’s pretty much everything going on!

Aqua Something, Sanjay and Craig, other Cartoon Network shows

9 Jun
Sanjay and Craig

Sanjay and Craig

Current great cartoons/animated TV we’ve been watching:

Regular Show on Cartoon Network on Mondays at 8/7c (pm), (The Amazing World of) Gumball airs new episodes at 7:30/6:30c on Wednesdays, and Annoying Orange has new episodes airing Thursdays at 7:30/6:30c!

The occasional The Looney Tunes Show on Cartoon Network is really good too.

On Nickelodeon, Spongebob Squarepants obviously airs the occasional completely random episode, and the new show Sanjay and Craig (about a boy and a snake) is really cool too.

The upcoming stuff:

As we all know, FOX’s Animation Domination is currently airing encore episodes, but they’ll be back soon enough, as will Comedy Central’s Brickleberry and South Park.

Aqua TV Show Show

Aqua TV Show Show (Aqua Something/Aqua Teen)

We’re SUPER psyched for the return of Aqua Whatever in AUGUST on adult swim!

China, IL is slated to come back to the swim in September or October, and Hopefully new Superjail! and Metalocalypse soon too (here’s to hoping!)

Heck, Bob’s Burgers is coming to adult swim on June 23!

Exclusive Interview : Chris Prynoski from Titmouse Inc.

5 Jun

Chris Prynoski of Titmouse

Here is an interview I did with Chris Prynoski (CP) of Titmouse Studios (Metalocalypse, Superjail, Freaknik, etc). My questions are preceded by “ATVS“.

ATVS: Hi Chris!

Firstly, thanks so much for agreeing to do this interview! I’m truly honored, as I’ve been a huge fan of what your studio has released (Metalocalypse, Freaknik, etc.)

I read that you worked in New York and at MTV with Daria and other shows right after college, and that you’ve always doodled in classes. Have you always had a passion for animation/cartoons/art, even when very young?

CP: Yep. I love cartoons. I think the doodling in classes and whatnot is common to every single person I’ve worked with in animation. There are so many post it sketches after every meeting we have at Titmouse, I don’t know what to do with them. Sometimes I fight the post its with my bare fists. Sometimes I have to use lasers.

I did work in New York after I graduated in the mid-nineties. Mostly at MTV. I started on Beavis and Butt-Head during the 4th season in the storyboard department, and eventually directed the hallucination sequence in Beavis and Butt-Head do America. I also worked on 2 season of The Head and directed on the first season of Daria. I created a show called Downtown and moved to LA after the first season was finished. It took me a year before I realized I lived in LA and wasn’t just on vacation.

ATVS: How and when was Titmouse started?

CP: I was directing cartoons for Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network and I thought it would be fun to start a t-shirt company on the side. My wife Shannon and I started a company, made some shirts, and set up a website to sell them. Titmouse sounded like a good, stupid name for a t-shirt shop.

When I got freelance gig doing the animation for the movie Freddy Got Fingered, they asked me the name of my production company. I said a was just a dude. They said they couldn’t hire a dude, so I showed them the paperwork for Titmouse and it checked out. After that we ran all my freelance through that company and we eventually grew into a real animation studio. We now have over 200 employees making cartoons! Besides forcing me to start an animation studio, the best thing that happened to me on that movie was Rip Torn jamming my drawings up his asshole. True story!

ATVS: From the Titmouse portfolio, it looks like you do a pretty good mix of commercial work, music videos, and the TV shows too. What are the main shows/projects that are currently being produced?

CP: Right now we’re in production on seven TV series, a bunch of pilots, some video game content, commercials and shorts. I can’t talk about all of them. Here’s a little cross section: Metalocalypse season 4, Superjail! season 2, Venture Bros season 5. New shows include Black Dynamite and China, IL. Besides the Adult Swim stuff we are also currently in production on gigs for Disney, MTV, Sesame Street, various video game companies and we just finished a Cocoa Puffs commercial. I also just finished eating a bowl of Cocoa Puffs.

ATVS: Everything is done in-house there? Even voice-over work, etc.?

CP: It varies from show to show. We have a studio in Los Angeles and one in New York. In LA we have a full sound booth and post production facility. In New York we work with other folks. On all of our shows we do writing through animatic internally – including design, color, storyboard, etc. Then some projects we animate in house and others we ship to studios in Korea, Canada, Ireland and Nepal. Then we do editing and post. We usually do the final sound mix at an outside facility. We do most of the voice over work in LA at our studio. Tommy Blacha developed the voice for Murderface by doing a scene where he was supposed to be eating baked beans in the second episode. We all realized that was IT! THAT was the character! So we went back and re-recorded his voice in the first episode. It’s harder to do that stuff when you don’t have a booth in house.

ATVS: About how long does it take to make an TV episode, start to finish?

CP: Every show is different. It depends on the style, the budget and when the network needs it to be finished. Also, sometimes you get an order of six 11 minute episodes and sometimes you get an order of fifty two 11 minute episodes. Usually it’s somewhere between 6-9 months to produce an episode, but many are being made at the same time. The fastest season we produced was 20 half hours of DJ and the Fro for MTV. We started writing in February and had aired all 20 episodes by June. I don’t recommend that kind of schedule.

ATVS: What show is the most fun to make?

CP: They’re all fun in their own way. Recently, Freaknik and Superjail have been great because we had the freedom to go really batty with them. Adult Swim is great because they really let us go insane.

ATVS: What is your personal favorite TV show to watch that is currently on the air – cartoon or otherwise?

CP: Wow! I like a lot of shows. I play a lot of video games too. It’s tough to nail it down to a favorite. I like to watch are Adventure Time, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and I have to say I actually watch our current season of Superjail! I’m really proud of our animators for making that show so crazy you can watch it twelve times in a row and always see something new.

ATVS: What is your personal favorite TV show of ALL TIME?

CP: Man, that’s tough. Maybe Chris Elliot’s Get A Life. It has the surreal tone of a cartoon, even though it’s a live action show. It was way ahead of it’s time. Actually, my studio’s name was influenced by an episode of Get A Life. It’s the one where Chris eats toxic waste and gets really smart and starts entering spelling bees. When he is asked to spell the word “titmouse” he can’t stop giggling.

ATVS: What would you be doing if not making cartoons?

CP: I’d probably be doing wiring diagrams. In the early days, before we could afford to hire tech folks, I was the network engineer and admin at Titmouse in addition to my creative duties. I kind of dig it. Either that or a homeless guy, drawing pictures in my sketchbook for money.

ATVS: Any advice for aspiring animators/show creators?

CP: Do what YOU want to do, not what you think will sell. If you are doing what you love, it will come through on screen. That’s what separates the good shows from the great shows.

ATVS: Thanks again for taking the time, GREAT interview!

(Chris can be found on Twitter and the official Titmouse site is Titmouse.net.)

-Jake, Animated TV Shows

Upcoming Chris Prynoski (Titmouse Studios) Interview, Season Finales/Premieres

28 May

We’re thrilled to report Chris Prynoski of Titmouse Studios has agreed to do an interview with us!

Really psyched about that. I will have that up soon.

In other news, all the FOX shows had their season finales (The Simpsons, American Dad!, Family Guy/Cleveland Show, and Bob’s Burgers), just as South Park (Comedy Central, Wednesdays), Aqua Unit Patrol Squad 1, Superjail, (Sundays, adult swim) Regular Show, Adventure Time and The Amazing World of Gumball (Cartoon Network, all on Mondays) seasons are running strong!

Also SERIOUSLY looking forward to the new season of Futurama and Ugly Americans starting Thursday, June 23rd on Comedy Central!

The Simpsons of course ended with the Edna Krabappel/Ned Flanders romance (“NEDNA”) and you can vote on whether or not that should continue here (http://thesimpsons.com/nedna).

Another poll of note is for the #1 “best animated series of all time” being done amongst a “25 Greatest Animated TV Shows” feature by Entertainment Weekly here — I feel they omit a lot of shows, but major shows are included. Vote!

And don’t forget to follow us on Twitter (twitter.com/AnimatedTVShows).

More soon! Thanks for reading.

Superjail Season 2 episode 5 Gay Wedding (via Stay Tooned In)

1 May

Superjail Season 2 episode 5 Gay Wedding Superjail Episode 5 “Gay Wedding” Adult Swim Air Date – May 1st Midnight Adult Swim have released the new promo clip for upcoming Superjail episode “Gay Wedding” Check out previous episode “Hot Chick” and our article about Party Band “Cheeseburger” who created the Superjail Theme song … Read More

via Stay Tooned In