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This series is a pairing of two separate cartoons. One is about the Grim Reaper, who after losing a bet, is forced to become the playmate of two children. One is Bill, a cheerful, but dimwitted little boy, and Mandy, a cynical, devious little girl. The other cartoon features the exploits of the evil Hector Cancarne, the disembodied brain of a man who plots world domination. Unfortunately, after his body exploded, his brain was placed in a jar and he became forced rely on a thick-headed bear named Boscoe to perform the physical tasks he was once capable of doing himself. Since the preliminary run of the cartoon, the "Evil" portion has peeled off and the exploits of Hector Cancarne is no longer its own cartoon. The series has been re-titled "The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy" and occasional appearances of cartoon characters from the preliminary "Evil" portion have made their way into an assortment of episodes. Written by
Originally Maxwell Atoms wanted Grim to speak in a British accent and had Jonathan Harris in mind to voice him, when Greg Eagles auditioned and spoke in a Jamaican accent he was impressed and had him retooled. See more »
Sometimes the flower of Mandy's shirt disappears. See more »
[Billy and Mandy have been discussing Billy's fear of clowns, which Mandy has called "pointless"]
Mandy, you have to believe me! The clowns want to take over and become the dominant species! They will
[shouts at the top of his lungs]
Destroy us all! Destroy us all! Destroy us all! Destroy us all! Destroy us all! Destroy us all!
[sitting at his desk in class with his fellow students]
Destroy us all!
[at the chalkboard, attempting to solve a math problem]
Destroy us all!
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After the credits, Billy, Mandy, and Grim are inside the cartoon network logo. Grim tries to slice Billy and Mandy's heads off with his scythe, but they duck and he misses. See more »
This has got to be the best cartoon network show of all time.
The show originally started as a show called grim and evil. But the evil part was soon dropped and became one show following Grim, Bill and Mandy. The show uses gross out humour which is probably the only show of it's kind now next to ren and stimpy. The thing about this show is that it's too dark to be a kids show it literally gets away with murder with it's humour and story lines and just it's plain weirdness like when billy starts to work with cthulu. The show will not be stopped and should hopefully continue for a long time unless they show something really offensive or not suitable for kids TV which i think will be very soon.
All in all this show is amazing funny and witty and fast on it's feet and well worth a watch unless you censor your kids from it.
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