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Why are some twins different? Watch The Cramp Twins and you'll see that not all twins are the same, Wayne and Lucien Cramp (Wayne is the blue kid, Lucien is the normal coloured kid!) Wayne is pure evil, terrorises his brother, lives on sugar loves collecting Junk. Lucien is eco-friendly, eats healthily and is a vegaterian, knits, and hangs around The Swamp with his best friend Tony Parsons, who by the way is REALLY tiny! Thier mother is a complete neat/clean freak and their father just wants to be a cowboy all the time. They all live in Soapcity. I first caught The Cramp Twins on Cartoon Network and just thought it was so sureal, it just so funny, and it helped that i like work of the main characters, Wayne is voiced by the fab Tom 'SpongeBob Squarepants' Kenny and Lucien by Kath Soucie who is Phil and Lil from 'Rugrats' and Rodney and Megan from the equally fab show 'Baby Blues', i have looked at a lot of web sites about voice actors, and no mention of Cramp Twins are on there, i'm assuming you don't get it in America, which is weird, but hopefully, some of you may have seen it.
When The Cramp Twins first started, I loved it. But the later episodes
are really repetitive, unoriginal and random, not to mention
predictable. The story lines were often simple which isn't a bad thing,
but while the early episodes had humour that was funny, the later
episodes don't work up to that level, in fact the humour in the later
episodes is juvenile and really random.
The animation was pretty good, the colours were bright and the characters were interestingly drawn, while I was never a fan of the theme tune I often loved the incidental music. The writing was to start off humorous and engaging, but like the humour it became juvenile. I had mixed feelings on the characters.
I always liked Lucien and Tony, and I did like Wayne until the writers went overboard and made him a completely unlikeable jerk. The parents had their moments but they weren't enough to make them completely likable, while I never could stand Wendy. On a plus side, the only really consistently good asset was the voice acting, both Tom Kenny and Kath Soucie are great as Wayne and Lucien. Overall, it was a good show but then it became random and juvenile and I didn't like it as much. 6/10 Bethany Cox
This show is so fun I get glued to the TV.Keep on the good work Brian Wood!But you know what...it's Hilarous!Watch it today,watch it tomorrow it doesn't matter..when you watch it.Keep watching and laugh yourself silly.
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There were good cartoons such as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Kirby
Right Back at Ya! But this... Not so much. Now, I'll sing my review to
the tune of the Brady Bunch theme song.
It's the story of a boy named Lucien, who looks like Marcy's homosexual brother. He's a stereotypical nerd and loser just like all of the rest.
It's the story of a boy named Wayne, who's completely and definitely insane. He reminds me of Bart Simpson, except he has blue skin.
This TV show is nothing but a pile of horse crap because the animation is tacky and the story plots have made no sense. That's how 4kids created the Cramp Twins.
The Cramp Twins, The Cramp Twins.
This TV show is nothing but a piece of cat crap.
The Cramp Twins is a supremely entertaining show that'll never fail to
tickle your funny bone. Set in the fictional town of Soap City, the
story is about two brothers in the Cramp family and their day-to-day
adventures and experiences.
Although they are twins, Lucien and Wayne share little in common. Lucien is the Nature-loving gentle soul always looking for ways to protect and nurture the swamp, while Wayne is the aggressive angry boy who likes spending time at the junkyard with close friend, Dirty Joe. Their opposite mannerisms often put them on collision course with hilarious results. Voiced by the brilliant Tom Kenny, blue-colored Wayne Cramp really makes this show stand out. His sadistic yet lovable attitude will have you in splits. Despite being averse to Nature, he is successfully able to recycle and re-use various household items on a daily basis. Lucien, however, is into Nature but doesn't possess any of these attributes. And that's all part of the ironic charm that makes The Cramp Twins the wonderful social satire it is. It delightfully examines the abuse inflicted on the environment by greedy corporations and heavy industries.
Overall, the show is well written and voiced by a talented cast. The animation art is easy on the eyes and quite innovative. A must-watch. Kudos to Brian Wood!
The Cramp Twins is best described as a warped view on adolescent life. Lucien and Waye are at each others throats constantly yet still remain brothers at arms when the heat is on from other sources. Their mother is a clean freak, and dad is a cowboy nut, so no wonder they have issues! The show can drag at times, and is not always side splittingly funny, but the overall effect is wonderful. Speaking as a twin I can relate to the Cramp's various troubles. If nothing else the Cramp Twins will leave you giggling, and if you are up to the oddity it can leave you rolling on the floor.
I mean like, when I was little I didn't watch TV often...So, when my
brother showed me this....I was NAUSEOUS.
Sure, it's not the a$$ shaking of Breadwinners Sure, it's not as lazy as 12 oz. mouse Sure, It didn't give me as bad as a headache as annoying orange or problem solverz.
But this was just....NO. PLEASE. NO. I BEG OF YOU. FRICKIN' NO. GOD PLEASE HELP US. PLEEEEEASSSSEEEEE.
The one and only episode I ever saw of this show? Spit collector.
When you look at the title you'll see the name of the writer-- How fitting for this episode. No offense to you.
Not only Wayne was annoying in this episode, but in the series.
Some advertisement comes on for these candies that fiz out of your mouth. Wayne has the candies, eats too many, and goes to the other room.
Wayne at dinner can't seem to sit still. The other twin (I don't know how to spell his name) tells on him.
Wayne is a jerk, His brother is bland. His mom is nagging, Just like everyone else, In this trend that's sagging. (credit goes to that YouTuber TheMysteriousMrEnter)
Wayne gets addicted to those candies, like it's a drug.
WOW, Cartoon Network. WOW.
I mean like at least you don't see those bad CN shows often--At least they're ashamed. Unlike Nickelodeon, because THEY seem to be proud of shows like....
this list is gonna be really long so you might want to scroll.
Fanboy and ChumChum Fred The Show Marvin Marvin Sanjay and Craig Planet Sheen Breadwinners Nick Studio 10 Mr. Meaty Awesomeness TV Peppa Pig Rabbids Invasion Pig Goat Banana Cricket Oggy and the COCKroaches. You know why I put the first four letters in caps
You know what, there's at least 30 bad Nickelodeon shows, so before I get even more side tracked, let's continue with why this show sucks.
Wayne can't seem to find more candies, so he gets the from the dumpster, as he is still acting insanely, the writing continues to be lazy..
Wayne picks as much spit as possible--This is where I get really nauseous--He shows off his spit and it's "wonderful uses" Then they take it to the doctor, where they learn it's not his. Wayne has the saliva of a 80-year-old woman. The crying begins. They believe it's the symptom of something greater. I know the rest of the story, but it's too disturbing to hear. Wayne ends up in the hospital. And to be honest, who came up with the color and shapes AND the humor / Characters? Apes? (credit to TheMysteriousMrEnter again) Well, if you exuse me, I have to go puke. After reading this review, you might, too.
To be honest, I got interested in this show last year, But looking back at this today.. Well now there's black cruel spirit into it. Fox and Cartoon Network had nothing to do with it. This was a true nightmare. The biggest flaw I have with it is.. FoxBox's 1st one character they call charming Wow, praising backstabbing comic reliefs How outstanding.... But that would the be the worst character in the series That would be Wayne Cramp. He's just a mix of Sonic, Both Naruto and Sasuke, Mordecai (while being a jerk) Gumball and Bloo. And what kind of lame catchphrase would he say Girl pants. Ah, Wayne you pedophile! I never wanna see you traitor and your dirty shenanigans ever again! 5/10 Mediorce
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Wayne is 10 so is his brother and so why is he saying girl pants its childish he isn't he is meant to be a mature child not a 2 year old saying GIRL PANTS ha ha ha ha all day I'm sure everyone gets bored of it and 10 year old nerd Lucien shouldn't be hanging with 3 year old tramp tony and why oh why is Wayne such a lmao and try acting like a 2 year old going girl pants did it then the dad doesn't even care atall he just goes heehaw ride em cowboy all day then even tries to spend $2,000 just for a bear toy just wrong and Wayne is just spoilt and when he doesn't get his way he blames Lucien all day everyday even saying hes not his brother terrible families
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**Possible Spoilers** When I first saw this show on Cartoon Network, I
gave it a try, and I liked it. But when I saw every episode, it got
boring. There has to be more episodes. It sucks now especially that
there's always a commercial after the theme song.
The characters are weird. There's Lucien who's an eco-geek and a good-for-nothing loser. ( I mean, who names their kid Lucien ) There's Wayne who has no friends his age and is hooked on sugar and junk. Tony, Lucien's best friend, is a swamp midget, and Mari, Lucien's nerdy girl friend who wears her pants too high.
Overall, this show's okay and is a little funny. It's funny when Wayne calls Lucien "girl-pants", "mud-features", or "eco-geek".
Comparisons to other cartoons:
Better than: any cartoon on Nickelodeon ( Especially The Wild Thornberrys)
Not as good as: The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy
My rating: ***1/2 / ***** ( 3.5 out of five )
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