Recent airings of all of the earlier episodes in the U.S. have much but not all of the profanity dubbed over (for example "pissed off" got replaced with "ticked off"). Versions of some of the episodes with all of the profanity can still be found in some of the earlier DVD releases. Despite these changes, all of the scenes involving guns, violence, drug references, and sexual innuendos remain intact. See more »
Hard to believe this came out before Adventure time
Hard to believe this came out before Adventure time, I sat that because I remember this show & AT were the 2 that brought CN out of the dark ages that were the recovering years of CN real, and it's great to still see it on strong today. This shows formula is to take a everyday or cliché problem and blow it out to universe endangering levels with stoner humor and a large amount of influence from the 80's. The show is about a giant blue jay and a regular sized raccoon working at a park while balancing work, personal live, slacking off and whatever insane threat they come across. This show also uses songs from the 80's and I sear I had to look up to see if this show was suppose to take place in the 80's(which it dose not). Speaking of 8o0's this show dose one thing that many other shows forget, references do not equal jokes. This show started off episodic but in more recent episode they real do build up some continuity not to adventure time's level but still pretty good and I do wish stuff like this can influence shows of the future. The show's more adult oriented humor isn't bad and kids can get a laugh when they make jokes that push the censors. Over all this show is really good it can have a nostalgic vibe even if you haven't seen it before and that's because it's pretty reminiscent of a cartoon form the 80's only with the writing of a show that's on know a days.
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