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Kevin Michael Richardson,
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I was pleasantly surprised by this cartoon when I flipped by it a few months ago on Teletoon, it actually makes up for the fact that they stopped showing Flapjack. The story lines seem to go nowhere and rely on sight gags and comedic timing to keep the audience's attention. The two main characters Entree and Peri have a striking resemblance to Ren and Stimpy along with similar (though less adult) humour. It is fast paced and random and exactly what a kid show should be. Entree also has a lot of similarities to Spanky Ham from Drawn Together (I actually thought it was the same voice actor)which makes him even more entertaining to watch.
I like its on-the-fly humour and hope the show continues.
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