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While certainly not the best "Cartoon Cartoon", but it isn't bad either. It's a pretty good show that has its moments. The intellctual I.M Weasel, and the incredibly stupid I.R. Babboon are funny characters, as is the Red Guy (who also appears on Cow and Chicken). This show is quite similar to Pinky and the Brain since one character is smart, and one is an idiot. While not as good as Cow and Chicken (David Feis's first cartoon to grace television), it's still worth checking out.
After all, there isn't another show that has the main character scream out "I AM WEASEL"!!!!!
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