An all-cynical, all-evil absurdist variety show that parodies the classic educational PBS shows of the 1970s, made up of old cartoons and educational films, children, and puppets from one's worst nightmares.
Seemingly unconnected citizens of Tokyo are targeted for bludgeoning by a boy with a golden baseball bat. As detectives try to link the victims, they discover that following the assaults, the victims' lives have improved in some way.
According to Scott Adsit, his staunchly Christian family were very offended by the content of the episode "God's Chef". His sister was so upset with him that they argued constantly. Adsit decided to quit the show. But a few days later, they decided to make up and Adsit rejoined the show. See more »
[Orel knocks on the door to his dad's study]
I mean, yes?
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During the closing credits of each episode, Orel is seen animating a different stop-motion movie, each starring Jesus or God. See more »
Don't listen to the other reviews, Moral Orel is one of the best new shows on adult swim
Many people say that adult swim is losing its touch with brand new shows like Perfect Hair Forever and Squidbillies but I see it as a new direction. Moral Orel is adult swim's newest show. Animated using claymation, this show is about a young boy named Orel and his troubles growing up Christain. This show uses offensive humor sort of like South Park which is the main cause of the negative feedback but the show feels innocent and with that brand of offensive humor brings hilarious results. If you like twisted situations and claymation you should watch Moral Orel. If your a big baby that gets offended by this sorta humor Moral Orel is defiantly not for you. 8/10
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