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Panini originally had an outfit which only revealed her face (which was to have pointy ears), and was going to bully Chowder in a manner similar to Rugrats (1990)'s Angelica Pickles. But C.H. Greenblatt disliked unctuous obnoxious characters like Angelica, and so decided to make Panini cuter and sweeter: he made the pointy ears bunny ears, and made her have a crush on Chowder; since Chowder is not old enough for girls, Greenblatt felt this would make the romance much funnier. See more »
Ah Chowder. Pretty nostalgic for me as a kid. I used to love this show. But looking back at it, It's not as great as I thought it was. Chowder is about a kid named Chowder (Nicky Jones), a chef apprentice to Mung Dall (Dwight Shlutz). By the way, what the hell is a Mung? Anyway, Mung owns a catering business with his wife Truffles (Tara Strong) and Shnitzel (John Di Maggio). Who is arguably the most memorable character in the show because he only says one word, Radda. By the way, they have crazy adventures too. ORIGINALITY!! So yeah, mediocre story here. Not much here. The animation isn't that great either. Sure, it's better than other crappy shows like Problem Solverz, but still only okay at best. And they occasionally do random kinds of animation as well. CGI, claymation, etc. And while they are pretty good, it doesn't really work well considering the jokes are the average, "act like a complete moron" kind of humor. Which is another fatal flaw. Chowder, our main protagonist, IS VERY ANNOYING. Mainly because of how stupid he acts. And his voice doesn't help at all. Mung is pretty mediocre. You don't really get to know him too much. So he's pretty ignorable. Truffles can get annoying, but I found her voice pretty funny for some odd reason. I already explained Shnizel. And the only other character left is Gazpacho. He's the comedy relief. because of how nervous he always is. But he's not really that funny. So so far, it sounds like I don't like the show. But there are good qualities to it. Like the humor can sometimes be funny, and the characters, despite being okay, are very memorable. And some episodes can have a decent message. Other than that, it's very flawed, but not a bad show.