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Louis J. Horvitz
I actually could not agree more. I find the you tube clips funnier since they are not as apparently offensive as the DVD versions. E.g. "Haha! Douchebags!" is way more funnier than "Haha! Assholes" (which isn't that funny at all). I am a huge fan of Family Guy and American Dad but Cavalcade took away all the mystery. It is equivalent to Cartman getting away with all his profanity. It just wouldn't be as funny. Now don't get me wrong, I laughed out loud at several occasions during Cavalcade but I never felt that subtle "spark". This has made me realize that networks actually can make a comedy series "better" only by being restricted to government influences.
But, would I buy the DVD? I would most definitely do.
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