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Madballs: Gross Jokes (1987)

Video  |   |  Animation, Short, Comedy  |  27 April 1987 (USA)
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It begins with a warning. It is said that the episode contains scenes that may offend viewers. It is also said that most viewers may experience nagging backache, rapid heartbeat, post-nasal... See full summary »


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Cast overview:
Geoffrey Bowes ...
Screamin' Meemie (voice)
Taborah Johnson ...
Freakella (voice)
John Stocker ...
Skull Face / Aargh (voice)
Jeri Craden ...
Dusty (voice)
Keith Hampshire ...
Hornhead / British Narrator (voice)
Dan Hennessey ...
Slobulus / Announcer (voice)


It begins with a warning. It is said that the episode contains scenes that may offend viewers. It is also said that most viewers may experience nagging backache, rapid heartbeat, post-nasal drip and delerium, swelling of the nose, throat, and abdomen and loss of facial hair. Repeated viewing of the episode will result in the loss of one's bodily functions, redistribution of facial features, and a difficulty in forming simple sentences. The announcer concludes the warning by saying that you should definitely watch this episode if you really want to have a career as a lawn ornament. After the roll call(which curiously excludes Bash Brain), Bash Brain appears and says that he's never seen anything so awful in his life. He then reminisces about some time in a hosptial.

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Nothing but a half-hour of terrible jokes
8 October 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I wish I haven't come across this short. I really do. Do you want to know why? Do you really want to know why?

First, the animation. My god, the animation is horrible. Imagine the animation of Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids and the cartoons from Monty Python's Flying Circus thrown in together and what do you get? One of the worst styles of animation ever seen. At least the animation in Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids and the Terry Gilliam cartoons have better animation than this garbage.

Oh, and don't get me started with the jokes! How can anyone, and I mean anyone, find any of these crappy jokes funny? No, really, how? Where did these writers get the jokes from, a kids' joke book.

Calling this short a crappy piece of turd would be an insult to pieces of turd and I dare you to watch this. Trust me, once the short is done, you will end up breaking the tape in half.

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