The offbeat adventures of Courage, a cowardly dog who must overcome his own fears to heroically defend his unknowing farmer owners from all kinds of dangers, paranormal events and menaces that appear around their land.
When battling rogue black holes, vengeful aliens, criminal masterminds, and rifts in the evil dimension, the universe turns to its bravest and brightest to save the day. When those guys are... See full summary »
Mark Robert Edwards,
Numb Chucks is an animated comedy about two half-witted woodchuck vigilantes, Dilweed and Fungus, who use their non-existent kung-fu skills to protect the lives of all the citizens in Ding-a-Ling Springs, whether they need it or not.
If you're looking for clever jokes, good animation, and solid voice acting, then you're looking in the wrong place. Scaredy Squirrel is an all-out assault on the eyes and ears, and the humor is unbelievably poor. The writing and animation is so awful that Scaredy is the show's butt monkey. All of the voice actors come across as being extremely uninterested, particularly Nester's voice actor, who sort of sounds like your creepy pedophile neighbor who you rarely see outside his house.
The show's most glaring flaw is its animation, which lacks detail and boasts terrible, childish animation and dull character designs. The show can't even be bothered to add artificial bed urine, so instead we get flat, texture less dirt floors in paddle ball camp. The animation, as I mentioned before, is terrible. Characters move (and act) in childish ways, particularly when making fun of/yelling at Scaredy.
The humor is almost nonexistent. I've seen more episodes of this show than I'd have liked to, and not once have I even managed a chuckle. Any joke that could potentially be even slightly humorous is immediately killed by Nester yelling act Scaredy for doing something stupid, as if the audience is too stupid to get the joke, despite the fact that it's all humor we've seen elsewhere.
Stay away from Sides**t and S**tty Squirrel. There're a complete pile of trash, and that it's still on the air is insulting. The fact that a good amount of people seem to enjoy it is perhaps even more frustrating. Until people start to realize that Sidekick and Scaredy Squirrel series is complete and utter junk, all I can do is cross my fingers and hope that it gets taken of Cartoon Network sometime in the near future.
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