The story of a pair of non-identical twin brothers, Lucien and Wayne, who live with their hygiene-crazed mother and their western/country-crazed father in a small town called Soap City. ... See full summary »
McGee sets out for summer camp but ends up in the wrong bus, where he meets Squirt and Gretchen. The bus ended up at Camp Lakebottom, a forgotten, weird place has a lot of adventures in store for the 3 friends and their enemy Buttsquat
This Kids Show Shouldn't Be Nowhere Near Any Kid At All.
Where Do I Start With This Show. The Character Designs Are Not At All What You Would Expect From A Noughties Cartoon And I've Seen Better Cartoon Designs From 60's Animated Shows.
Next Up It's The Main Character Called Skunk Who Tries To Help The Animals In The Valley By Learning Kung Fu From A Panda, But In Reality He Doesn't Use Much Of What He Has Learned To Fight Off A Group Of Ninja Monkeys Lead By A Baboon.
When I First Saw The Name Of The Show, I Thought That It Would Be Interesting To Watch. But As Soon I Saw 1 Episode Entitled "The Art Of Kung Fruit" I Was Absolutely Switched Off Because Of The Countless Amounts Of Violence Being Done To Most Of The Characters, Especially The Baboon (Yes 1 Of The Bad Guys In The Cartoon) Who Gets Splated In The Face By Plums Thrown By Skunk (Who Also Makes Baseball References) And Then He Slips On A Plum On The Ground And Is Sent Flying Into A Thorn Bush Which Wasn't Visible When The Main Characters Went Up The Hill Towards The Plum Tree. Are You Serious Animators!! Make Your Mind Up On When You Place Your Items In Your OWN Cartoon!
Overall, This Show Is An Atrocity To The Animated World And Should Have Never Been Made At All And The Fact That There's A Film Currently In The Talks Just Makes The Show Seem Even More Worse That It Is Already.
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