There are thirteen episodes, all of which include violence, language, and sex: Episode 1: The animal babies recite the alphabet in a whole new way. Episode 2: Various "magic" tricks are performed. Episode 3: Show and tell day turns hectic when stranger and stranger things are brought in. Episode 4: The babies play superhero, but Puppy turns villain when Cat takes his idea. Episode 5: The gang meets Cat's cousin, and they all go to play Dungeons and Dragons in his basement. Episode 6: Puppy has various troubles trying to make the Thanksgiving dinner. Episode 7: A spoof on A Christmas Story, where Cat longs for a Red Ryder BB gun for Christmas. Episode 8: On Valentine's Day, the gang goes to a club to pick up women, but Puppy has a breakdown. Episode 10: The animal babies go on Cat's stepfather's computer to look for porn, but are sucked into the virtual reality. Episode 11: The gang forms a band to make it into "The Battle for Boozefest," which Puppy thinks is solely for sex. Episode ... Written by
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The DVD release includes the episode Retarded Animal Babies 9 and Retarded Animal Babies 16 which were never shown on the Internet. See more
When the animal babies play Dungeons and Dragons, the door is originally on the left stone wall, with a pile of rubbish in the right corner. But when Hamster kills the wombats, the door is on the right wall, and the rubbish is in the left corner. Later, the door is back on the left and the rubbish to the right. See more
[after seeing a bad performance of his idol, Bruce Willis
I can't believe I sucked that guy off one time!
I wouldn't spread that around too much, Hamster.
The end credits say, "Several animated animals were harmed during the making of this film." See more
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