An all-cynical, all-evil absurdist variety show that parodies the classic educational PBS shows of the 1970s, made up of old cartoons and educational films, children, and puppets from one's worst nightmares.
Meet Stroker, a private eye still mastering the art of sleuthing, and his partner Hoop, self-proclaimed master of disguise. Together with their disobedient talking hatchback C.A.R.R., ... See full summary »
Timothy 'Speed' Levitch,
King Star King is an intergalactic warrior who fights various evil foes throughout the Gigantiverse. Always buy his side are his team of "strange heroes" which includes Hank Waffles, Pooza the Wizard, and Gurbles the flying robot bear.
Robin Atkin Downes,
Pete Matthews is a prodigiously gifted mediator, who can mediate anything and everything, except, he discovers, his own life. It gets more and more out of his control after he and his ... See full summary »
I've tried watching this show on multiple occasions, but I've never managed to get through an entire episode. I've never been a wrestling fan, but I thought the show might be worth a few chuckles. I was seriously disappointed. It's so bad that when the show comes on, instead of muting it or changing the channel (nothing else decent is on that late anyway), I pause the DVR so I can just fast forward through it. The characters are all grotesque in appearance, which wouldn't be so bad if the show had some redeeming qualities. Adult Swim shows are noted for their bizarre sense of humor, this show has none of that. The so called humor, if it's there at all, is low-brow and hasn't even gotten me to grin once. Some shows are funny stupid (Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Squidbillies etc.) this show is really just stupid stupid. Why MWA is still on the air is beyond me. Steer clear of this show, and maybe Adult Swim will wise up and put something watchable on the air.
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