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Hulkbuster

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« : 06-17-2003 15:23 »

What is everyones opinion on the dilbert animated series?
boingo2000

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« #1 : 06-17-2003 15:58 »

The opening theme is good.
Kryten

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« #2 : 06-17-2003 17:06 »

Loud Howard is WAY overused.
SamuelXDiamond

Rectum Favourist
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« #3 : 06-17-2003 17:17 »
« : 06-17-2003 17:17 »

Good voiceover work: Daniel Stern, Larry Miller, Jason Alexander, and the inimitable Tress MacNeille, Tom Kenny and Maurice LaMarche. My main problem with it was, it just looks plain weird seeing Dilbert with a mouth!

Still, pity it got canned so early on, though...
Hulkbuster

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« #4 : 06-17-2003 19:13 »

Dogbert is god, right?
Kryten

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« #5 : 06-17-2003 20:31 »

Bucky Katt could totally kick his ass.

That's what I wanna see. A "Get Fuzzy!" cartoon.
Hulkbuster

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« #6 : 06-18-2003 20:00 »

Get fuzzy is good, but give bucky one monkey to eat and he would be out of the fight. His goals are too small.
AClosetFan

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« #7 : 06-18-2003 22:05 »

PEARLS BEFORE SWINE! PEARLS BEFORE SWINE!

I know that's completely unrelated... but that's the best animated seires EVER... well actually that's a comic strip... but Dilbert's #2 for sure.
Britz

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« #8 : 06-18-2003 23:17 »

I absolutely love the Dilbert strips, the cartoon was good, really good actually but didn't always live up to the more "everyday" humor of the strip. Yes, i'm aware of what the strips like, but it was everyday humor made outlandish, the cartoon was straight out outlandish. Though I did love the opening theme song and sequence.
Delta-V

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« #9 : 06-19-2003 15:01 »

Since I work in a Cubicle as an Engineer, sometimes the Dilbert strips hit pretty close to home.  Many of the situations are not outlandish at all, but everyday occurances here.  Most of us have at least one, if not several, Dilbert cartoons posted on the walls.

The TV series was pretty good.  A bit outlandish, but not bad.  I haven't seen them all...UPN was pretty new then and there wasn't a UPN station in the area.
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