The misadventures of a magical uncle and grandpa to everyone in the world and his friends.

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Peter Browngardt ...
 Uncle Grandpa / ... (135 episodes, 2010-2017)
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 Additional Voices / ... (113 episodes, 2013-2017)
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 Additional Voices / ... (113 episodes, 2013-2017)
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 Pizza Steve / ... (103 episodes, 2013-2017)
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The misadventures of a magical uncle and grandpa to everyone in the world and his friends.

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Originally started as a short for the canceled Cartoon Network show The Cartoonstitute. See more »

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History sadly repeating itself with all this Uncle Grandpa hate.
13 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you are reading this with an open mind, I'm grateful that you've taken the time to read this. If you are reading this out of your hatred for this 'piece of crap' that has brought CN to 'a brand new low', I make no apologies for what you are about to read:

I, like many, grew up with the likes of Ren & Stimpy, Cow and Chicken, et. al., grew deeply attached to the humor that was present in both, and consider them to be of a very high standard that few cartoons today can hold. That said, I genuinely believe with every wrinkle in my brain that Uncle Grandpa continues that pedigree fantastically well. There's definite love and consideration going into this production, each gag oozes a level of madcap energy that leaves me laughing like a cretin at best and gets me to sit in awe at the worst. True, cartoons like 'Adventure Time' and 'Regular Show' (the latter I love to death) have added a bit of sophistication to the cartoon, but the problem is that through their commitment to layering the strange with the normal, they become less like cartoons and more like generic, middle-of-the-road sitcoms (in my honest opinion). Mixing sobriety with silly is nice, but is it really to much to ask to see one show that completely tosses reality out the window with out any real-life to anchor it?

And to those who claim that this show is trying too hard to be silly, I can only say that it isn't your fault exactly. The problem with programs such as AT and RS growing in popularity is that we are hit with a deluge of programs that resort to 'wacky', 'zany' humor for profit-sake. As a result, the line between a show with genuine strangeness and one that has a whiff of the boardroom is virtually invisible. Sanjay and Craig, for example, feels a bit synthetic with its homages to 'rad 80s culture' and surreal humor at times, not to mention the wealth of recent failed pilots out there that are clamoring to take the Finn and Jake/Mordecai and Rigby crown. I can assure you all that Uncle Grandpa is the LEAST of your irritations!

The truth is, any media that is truly out there is guaranteed to get the backlash it receives, whether it's deserved or not. Think about how 'The Simpsons' written off as this wretched inversion of family values when it first arrived on TV, the only reason why is that the likes of 'The Cosby Show' and 'Family Ties' were still dominant with their perfect, sanitized depictions of family life. The world can only tolerate things that are 'outside the box' as long as it within a safe distance of it. The masses prefer a bit of familiarity tied to the unfamiliar, it's like a security blanket for them.

At least, that's what I assume when you bray on about how this show is 'the most repulsive display of incest I have ever seen'.


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