A short animated series depicting the lives of famous icons from all aspects of our culture, British and American, in exaggerated circumstances.

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Headcases.... not at least funny
10 May 2008 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

I just saw the first episode of head-cases on Youtube and i must say it is okay but not that funny, but hey come great cgi work and they did excellent on it, but the more you watch it just gets stale when i saw the Madonna part i was so turned away from it, who the hell made the idea of Madonna being a guy, but hey i'm not putting it down but DeadRingers has more comedy than this show, and also classic comedies, even Harry Hill's TV burp is better, all i'm saying is that other shows can rack more viewers then this show, but there is one thing about the show WHY IS ROWAN ATKINSON A TORRIE!!!!!!

but its was okay but not really funny as any thing else.


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