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herio at 1:20AM, March 24, 2009
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because i think you be down on your luck to do this nice 3d though








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bravo1102 at 3:50AM, March 24, 2009
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We all have such high expectations these days. It's actually pretty good. A lot better than most live action sit-coms out there, but animated sit-coms all get compared to The Simpsons or Family Guy and just can't compete.

Heck, the TV series Clerks was more than good enough, but it came before Comedy Central and had no real home. Remember Family Guy didn't last very long on regular TV before it found new life on cable.

For every good joke there are fifty that are crap. Kind of like photos for a web photo comic. ;)

Look at a Marx Brothers movie; for every schtick that works, two or three just fall flat.
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Product Placement at 4:44AM, March 24, 2009
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Do you guys remember the times it took years to make a single feature 3D films. Now they're making whole series of the stuff. I wonder which is cheaper, making the set and hiring all the extras to maintain it or having an army of computer geeks create something like this?

Also: This didn't make me jump at joy because it was so fantastic… but.. it certainly something I'd watch if I was bored.
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3Eoclock at 10:00AM, March 24, 2009
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I remember this show.

I had totally forgotten about it until now. It was OK. It wasn't as bad as people said it was. I used to watch it with my parents, but then… we just… forgot it existed. but the animated Sigfried and Roy made us lol each time. It's just… I never expected to see them animated… everrrrrrrrrrrrr
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Product Placement at 10:05AM, March 24, 2009
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Wait how old is this anyways?

I'm loving the uplifted chest on the females to simulate breasts.
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MetalLuigi at 5:10PM, March 24, 2009
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Do you guys remember the times it took years to make a single feature 3D films. Now they're making whole series of the stuff. I wonder which is cheaper, making the set and hiring all the extras to maintain it or having an army of computer geeks create something like this?

I'm not sure how old the one in the topic title is, but full series of cartoons in 3-D have been around as far back as 1996 (and possibly further but I can't think of any.

For example!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9qmlDaQRwuE

Lol, I never said it was good 3-D.
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