Developed from an Internet cartoon, Kelsey Grammer, in a far cry from his role as Frasier Crane on Frasier, voices a New York City attorney who wakes up one day to find out he's been turned into a rat.

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Developed from an Internet cartoon, Kelsey Grammer, in a far cry from his role as Frasier Crane on Frasier, voices a New York City attorney who wakes up one day to find out he's been turned into a rat.

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He's a Lawyer. He's a Rat. Yes, it's Redundant.

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Pretty good, but too short.
11 September 2002 | by (Here) – See all my reviews

I haven't seen many web-animations, which might explain my principal complaint with Gary the Rat. But brevity aside, Gary the Rat, with Gary voiced by Kelsey Grammer, is really great. The artwork is really good, and allows a great deal of rat facial expressions, and the animation is fairly smooth. The humor is also pretty good, the kind we've come to expect from the better prime-time animated shows. Gary is also appropriatley charactered, seeing as how he truly is as evil as most lawyers are made out to be. The exterminator who routinely tries to kill him with zany plans is a tad juvenile, but nevertheless makes great humor when interacting with Gary, even though Gary is almost oblivious that someone is trying to kill him. It's a shame this wasn't made into a real tv series, so we'd get more than three minute increments each time, but all things considered, it's still pretty good.


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