Creature Comforts (2003– )

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The family of sea anemones, the Rudges, are voiced by the same family who voiced the polar bears in the original Creature Comforts short, only now with older voices. See more »

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[episode - The Garden]
Nigel the Slug: I could eat almost anything.
Gary the Slug: Yeah, I'm the same.
Nigel the Slug: I wouldn't refuse anything, the only thing I don't eat is
[pause]
Nigel the Slug: turkish delight.
Gary the Slug: I like turkish delight.
Nigel the Slug: Can't stand it. And lychees.
Gary the Slug: What don't I like? I think, I like most everything. Yeah, Brussel sprouts and that, I like 'em, but the missus don't like it. Not after.
Nigel the Slug: Yeah, I know what she means.
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Every episode ends with three or four more short scenes shown in intervals between the end credits. See more »

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Hugely entertaining and original clay mation series from Aardman studios
22 May 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I love Aardman Studios- Wallace and Gromit, Shaun the Sheep and Chicken Run are all fantastic, innovative and original. Creature Comforts, what can I say about this series? Creature Comforts is every bit as innovative and original as Wallace and Gromit, Shaun the Sheep and Chicken Run. The clay mation looks so good, the characters are modelled so well and the backgrounds and colours are all really pretty. The music is also really well done. But do you know what makes Creature Comforts? The original story lines, the humour and the characters. The story lines are original and fun, and the humour is constantly very funny while being charming and sophisticated as well. And the characters are really unique, adorable and endearing. I love them all so much, but my favourite is Edward the Woodpecker, he is utterly hilarious. Overall, I love Creature Comforts, it is so much fun and just a perfect piece of escapism for a weekend afternoon. 10/10 Bethany Cox


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