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Generally speaking, no, it isn't.
Then go back to /co/mlur with the rest of your kind. Even the lowest of the yellow bugman has more standards than a westerner.
I watched a few clips of the new episode and I have no interest in watching season 4. I don't think this season is going to do as well as 3, not because of the decisive fanbase but two years is a long hiatus and I don't think they'll get the casual viewers like they did with season 3. A lot of people in the comments sections are socked to see a new season. Maybe CN is just testing this short season to see if the series is till viable.
His son can do his voice just fine, he's an actor too so it isn't just funny voices:Guest wrote: ↑Sat Nov 16, 2019 6:31 pmThoughts on The Boondocks? I got the DVD sets of Seasons 1 and 2 secondhand recently, but I found the show way too preachy for my liking and it relies way too much on dated topical humor. I heard they were making a new season for HBO, but I'm not sure what they'll do with Grandpa now that John Witherspoon is dead.
I wouldn't call Boondocks too topical because of this post. If anything it's more relevant and popular now because of all the clips that are spreading lately on youtube.
It holds up well because of it. Shit, look at the recent cuck meme and Dale's "son" who is obviously John Redcorn's kid and how Bill Dauterive went from being a chad to a beta after a nasty divorce. It wasn't rammed down your throat like with other shows but it's there and written so well without being preachy garbage.
Excellent choices. Archer sadly needed to end a few seasons ago, but it gave us some good during its prime. Venture Bros is a fucking brilliant series, it’s grossly underrated and so intricately woven that I can forgive the long hiatuses the creators pull.pibbs wrote: ↑Sat Nov 16, 2019 11:42 am90s classic. Here are some of my favorites.
King of the Hill
Archer (earlier seasons definitely)
South Park (some misses but many hits)
South Park is definitely hit or miss for me. I remember hating season 10, and while I haven’t seen every season since I’ve caught up on the more recent ones. Gay Parker and Fatt Stone are edgelord contrarians, I remember when they came out as faggots Republicans a few years ago, even though we know they’re smug shitlibs who simply hate other smug shitlibs. They admitted to using Cartman as their mouthpiece on some issues (Family Guy for instance) even though he’s often in the wrong.
I miss their early days, before they got too arrogant and rich. I had fun with Baseketball and Orgasmo, and miss the zany early seasons of South Park before it went all topical and shit nonstop. That’s another show I’m just ready to pull the plug on.
And yeah Poonoo you’re dead on with that statement. KOTH is always gonna hold up for me because of that, I’m glad it ended when it did and didn’t grow stagnant like the other shows we’ve talked about.
Also can I get some love for Dan Vs? It was a cartoon aimed at an older audience on a kid’s network that did surprisingly well. Granted I think those constraints kept it from being another bullshit Adult Swim cartoon, so maybe it wasn’t so bad.
I didn't, because you're not
It was never Fox. They pitched it to Fox but Fox said 'We like sitcoms about families' and the South Park creators didn't want to do a family sitcom so they went to Comedy Central
Good analysis on these shows. I'm surprised Venture Bros wasn't as big as Rick and Morty. Perhaps Brock's manliness scared away the cucks, feminists, and autistic man children.
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