According to the episode "Wedding Belles", Puss Puss is female. See more »
In "The French Take Woodland," Jacques Chirac calls a poker hand with three 9s and two queens a full house, "queens over nines"; similarly, Robert Evans calls a hand with three 9s and two kings "kings over nines." In proper poker terminology, the three of a kind is "over" the two of a kind. Therefore, the two hands described should be called "nines over queens" and "nines over kings." See more »
[after Martha Stewart leaves, Puss mews angrily]
Yeah, Puss. With a capital "C".
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Closing credits include the following disclaimer: All characters and events are fictional. Celebrity voices are impersonated but not Robert Evans, who is voiced by Robert Evans, who may or may not have slept with your wife. Program may contain coarse language and or adult situations and or childish situations. See more »
"Kid Notorious" was just one of the many unsuccessful shows that Comedy Central has tried to launch since "South Park" hit big in 1997. The plot to the this great yet short-lived animated series followed the adventures of Robert Evans, arguably the most famous (or infamous depending on how you look at it) Hollywood producer of all time. I've been a fan of Evans' ever since reading his autobiography The Kid Stays In The Picture, which was turned into a documentary/biography by filmmakers Nanette Burstein and Brett Morgen in 2002. The success of that film lead to this series. Unfortunately, this show could not duplicate the success of that film was canceled within months. Perhaps it was too cartoonish for viewers. The writers took full advantage of the fact that this was an animated show, something that other animated series such as "The Simpsons" does not do. My guess though is that as was the case with "Action", viewers just weren't ready for a satiric series about Hollywood. Maybe one they will be. My rating: A
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