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That's all I can say about "Chowder." I've been disappointed with CN's output for years, but Chowder is...surprisingly refreshing.
The basic premise is this: a little cat/bear/rabbit kid wants to be a great chef one day, so he became an apprentice to a catering company run by a old, blue guy named Mung Daal. He runs the company with his overbearing wife Truffles. Rounding up the shop is Shnitzel, a rock monster who can only speak in "radda radda radda." Every once in a while Chowder will run into Panini, a girl who has an obsessive crush on Chowder, leading him to scream "I'm not your boyfriend!" and running away.
Anything goes beyond that. The humor is random and bizarre, with Chowder saying weird things out of nowhere. I also like the artwork, which screams "cartoon!" So yes, there you go. I've actually written a positive review on a Cartoon Network original.
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