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H. Jon Benjamin,
I watched the premiere last night and I have to say that I really liked it, I highly suggest the show to anyone who liked "Stroker and Hoop" from Cartoon Network's Adult Swim line-up. The animation looks a lot like "Stroker and Hoop" and the humor reminds me of it too. I can't wait to see episode #1.2! I hope it's as hilarious as the first! Oh, and I also wanted to say to anyone who watched bumpers for the show and thought it'd be like "The Oblongs..."(like me) I'd just like to note that it's not. So like I said, if you liked "Stroker and Hoop" then you should watch this show. If you even like other Comedy Central shows like "Drawn Together," "South Park," or "Dr. Katz" then try out this one!
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