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MeatablePie

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« on: 09-14-2013 18:16 »

This show was made by Craig McCracken, so I got a little interested in it.
This show doesn't really feel like a Disney show.
Anyway, I just hope Disney doesn't slap it with a hiatus like they did with Gravity Falls in favor to show their mediocre sitcoms.
ShinyMetal***

Professor
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« Reply #1 on: 09-14-2013 20:04 »

I really don't watch Disney to often, their shows are usually crappy and the commercial for this show looked kinda dumb, but I'll try to watch one episode and then take an opinion into consideration. If Walt Disney was still alive, I don't think he'd be happy with the dumb stuff Disney plays for kids now.
MeatablePie

Professor
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« Reply #2 on: 09-14-2013 22:46 »

I really don't watch Disney to often, their shows are usually crappy and the commercial for this show looked kinda dumb, but I'll try to watch one episode and then take an opinion into consideration. If Walt Disney was still alive, I don't think he'd be happy with the dumb stuff Disney plays for kids now.

I bet if he was still alive, we wouldn't have this kind of crap.
I'd rather have Wander over Yonder on Cartoon Network, it fits since McCracken had the Powerpuff Girls and Foster's Home of Imaginary Friends.
But there are shows on Cartoon Network that are total shit.
Uncle Grandpa, the fuck is this?

Well, I'm glad we have McCracken back....
ShinyMetal***

Professor
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« Reply #3 on: 09-15-2013 00:09 »

I really don't watch Disney to often, their shows are usually crappy and the commercial for this show looked kinda dumb, but I'll try to watch one episode and then take an opinion into consideration. If Walt Disney was still alive, I don't think he'd be happy with the dumb stuff Disney plays for kids now.

I bet if he was still alive, we wouldn't have this kind of crap.
I'd rather have Wander over Yonder on Cartoon Network, it fits since McCracken had the Powerpuff Girls and Foster's Home of Imaginary Friends.
But there are shows on Cartoon Network that are total shit.
Uncle Grandpa, the fuck is this?

Well, I'm glad we have McCracken back....

I know Uncle Grandpa is shit, at least there's sane people like you out there who understand that.
KurtPikachu2001

Urban Legend
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« Reply #4 on: 09-15-2013 14:32 »

This isn't a Disney rip off of Futurama, is it?  Last time I saw the commercial it takes place in space....

And the title sounds a lot like Into The Wild Green Yonder....



MeatablePie

Professor
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« Reply #5 on: 09-15-2013 14:56 »
« Last Edit on: 09-15-2013 14:57 »

This isn't a Disney rip off of Futurama, is it?  Last time I saw the commercial it takes place in space....

And the title sounds a lot like Into The Wild Green Yonder....





Definitely not.
 tongue

Watch the preview episode:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qvb6NajfSk

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