They killed the fucking dog! And then brought him back for an unsold pilot.
The series is one of the “Bootleg” projects from the guy behind the “Power/Rangers” short.
It’s an unmistakably third-rate adaptation.
…Along with regular appeals for war bonds and toilet soap.
According to a 1990s TV series, they're the latter.
This 1990s adventure cartoon follows the original James Bond’s sneaker-sporting nephew.
It’s A Bird…It’s A Plane…it’s terrible.
A smartass takes obsessive aim at the less-than-beloved novelization of a beloved film.
Long before Benedict Cumberbatch became the Sorcerer Supreme, a walking mustache named Peter Hooten took on the role.
Ben Stiller debuted the character at the 1996 VH1 Fashion Awards.
The prologue to The Darjeeling Limited found Wes Anderson luxuriating in melancholy, deadpan self-parody.
Winfrey: “Do you sometimes wish April was a turtle?”
Between their time on Saturday Night Live and as stars of an SNL spin-off movie, the Conehead family briefly appeared in a cartoon.
Because, really, who doesn’t enjoy the highly sanitized antics of frat boys?
A forgotten 1983 TV show tests the theory that kids will watch anything involving animals and robots.
The cult-horror icon’s shtick may have been too over-the-top even for a cornball sitcom.
A Vice article pointing out the homophobic and racist content of the 2013 incarnation of this amusement-park staple got the show shut down. But the previous year’s version was unpleasant, too.
A short film about Aziz Ansari’s ultra-pandering creation is anti-comedy at its finest.
Cowabunga! Excellent! Treble! Feedback! etc.