I get the feeling with all of the recap shows on every Hollywood wannabe channel that go over the minutest happening in Ventura County, somebody thought a cartoon would be a fresh take on a dying fad. Apparently, nobody told them that's been tried before and that none of them succeeded. I'm referring particularly to the show starring Robert Evans, former President of Paramount Pictures as a Hollywood mogul disguised as a social butterfly and able to swing with the A-list of Hollywood. This show however places two comedians in the bodies of mutts and throws them into Hollywood circumstances where they behave as flies on walls to the private conversations of the biggest stars. The problem of this show lies in the comedians' inability to write original material that successfully satirizes events of which we are more than familiar with. The animation style is overdone and basically a rip-off of many different styles without any of the excitement those original styles once had. The caricatures of celebrities in this show seems to have been where the majority of time was spent, and even then they aren't very good. Add to the fact the show is full of dumb premises and situations, and you get one huge flop of a show.
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