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Yvon of the Yukon, a animated kids series based in the Yukon arctic, to sum it all up, it's Yvon's different encounters and struggles to adapt to regular life after being frozen for a century and then defrosted by urine. Yup dog urine, this may of just hinted that this TV show has a TON of toilet humor, literally. Because Yvon's a Frenchman from the 1700s, he has absolutely no sense of hygiene, and that's not saying the town that he lives in isn't disgusting as well, I guess whether you like the series or not really depends if you find what some people find disgusting funny, like farts, dung, dog dung, urine, sweaty underwear, it basically encloses every sorts of unhygienic practice you could think of into one package. While watching Yvon of the Yukon as a youth, I found some episodes to be pretty funny and entertaining, his outrageous ways while tieing in some weird but funny plot always brings out some good Ole laughs. It's a pretty original Canadian TV show and I do recommend it lots!
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