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23rd Sep '17 3:10:25 PM BobSaget9
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* ''Chip and Pepper's Cartoon Madness''. Not to be confused with ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'', ''Cartoon Madness'' was an affront to animation with its badly-animated surfer bulldogs pasted against the kind of computer-rendered animation you'd expect from the early 1990s. It was like a bloody collision between a bad Flash cartoon and a computer science student's D- project, with no survivors. Then the two dogs enter reality, and somehow this transforms them into two aggressively TotallyRadical {{Surfer Dude}}s [[MascotWithAttitude With Attitude]]. The live-action segments take place in "The Chillin' Shack", a set basically ripped off from ''Pee-Wee's Playhouse'' except with a crowd full of cheering kids in sunglasses who clearly don't want to be there, a butler(?) with a crappy [[FakeRussian Russian(?)]] accent, and hands sticking out of the walls which they high-five with whenever they pass them, but pay no attention to for the rest of the show. And then there's the ''editing'', which makes it look almost like something from ''Series/TimAndEricAwesomeShowGreatJob''... except for real. The guy in the editing room was either [[WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs on LSD]], had [[AttentionDeficitOohShiny ADHD]], or both. At times, it resembled a WebAnimation/YouTubePoop. Of course, this is probably to be expected when you make a show starring a pair of ''jeans designers.''

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* ''Chip '''''Chip and Pepper's Cartoon Madness''.Madness'''''. Not to be confused with ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'', ''Cartoon Madness'' was an affront to animation with its badly-animated surfer bulldogs pasted against the kind of computer-rendered animation you'd expect from the early 1990s. It was like a bloody collision between a bad Flash cartoon and a computer science student's D- project, with no survivors. Then the two dogs enter reality, and somehow this transforms them into two aggressively TotallyRadical {{Surfer Dude}}s [[MascotWithAttitude With Attitude]]. The live-action segments take place in "The Chillin' Shack", a set basically ripped off from ''Pee-Wee's Playhouse'' except with a crowd full of cheering kids in sunglasses who clearly don't want to be there, a butler(?) with a crappy [[FakeRussian Russian(?)]] accent, and hands sticking out of the walls which they high-five with whenever they pass them, but pay no attention to for the rest of the show. And then there's the ''editing'', which makes it look almost like something from ''Series/TimAndEricAwesomeShowGreatJob''... except for real. The guy in the editing room was either [[WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs on LSD]], had [[AttentionDeficitOohShiny ADHD]], or both. At times, it resembled a WebAnimation/YouTubePoop. Of course, this is probably to be expected when you make a show starring a pair of ''jeans designers.''
23rd Sep '17 3:09:46 PM BobSaget9
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* ''Chip and Pepper's Cartoon Madness''. Not to be confused with ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'', ''Cartoon Madness'' was an affront to animation with its badly-animated surfer bulldogs pasted against the kind of computer-rendered animation you'd expect from the early 1990s. It was like a bloody collision between a bad Flash cartoon and a computer science student's D- project, with no survivors. Then the two dogs enter reality, and somehow this transforms them into two aggressively TotallyRadical {{Surfer Dude}}s [[MascotWithAttitude With Attitude]]. The live-action segments take place in "The Chillin' Shack", a set basically ripped off from ''Pee-Wee's Playhouse'' except with a crowd full of cheering kids in sunglasses who clearly don't want to be there, a butler(?) with a crappy [[FakeRussian Russian(?)]] accent, and hands sticking out of the walls which they high-five with whenever they pass them, but pay no attention to for the rest of the show. And then there's the ''editing'', which makes it look almost like something from ''Series/TimAndEricAwesomeShowGreatJob''... except for real. The guy in the editing room was either [[WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs on LSD]], had [[AttentionDeficitOohShiny ADHD]], or both. At times, it resembled a WebAnimation/YouTubePoop. Of course, this is probably to be expected when you make a show starring a pair of ''jeans designers.''
17th Sep '17 9:42:27 AM VAIAZ
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* '''''Dalla Vostra Parte''''' is a political talk show that, like the title suggests, promises to side on the part of the citizens, with live reports and interviews. However, after a few episodes the show's host, Maurizio Delpietro, figured out that pandering on alt-right ideologies and silencing whatever competent host they interview is a better idea than mediating between the two parts: in fact, ''every single episode'' is a string of loud-voiced and slanderous insults geared towards leftists, immigrants, homosexuals, muslims, black people, and pretty much every single person that disagrees with the hosts. The ones that aren't silenced are those who blame everything from killings to rapes, theft or [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking going to a public place]] on immigrants, or think that social progress is "destroying" Italy. The editors of the show don't even bother checking their news sources, instead cherry-picking off statistics that confirm their racist beliefs, and spreading fake news taken from unreliable websites. Over time, the program was frequenty lambasted for its brazen racist and filo-fascist contents, and for encouraging violence against their designated strawmen.

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* '''''Dalla Vostra Parte''''' is a political talk show that, like the title suggests, promises to side on the part of the citizens, with live reports and interviews. However, after a few episodes the show's host, Maurizio Delpietro, figured out that pandering on alt-right ideologies and silencing whatever competent host guest they interview is a better idea than mediating between the two opposing parts: in fact, ''every single episode'' is a string of loud-voiced and slanderous insults geared towards leftists, left wing politicians, communists, immigrants, homosexuals, muslims, black people, and pretty much every single person that disagrees with the hosts. The ones that aren't silenced are those who blame everything from killings to rapes, theft or [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking going to a public place]] on immigrants, the above categories, or think that social progress is "destroying" Italy. The editors of the show don't even bother checking their news sources, instead cherry-picking off statistics that confirm their racist beliefs, and spreading fake news taken from unreliable websites. Over time, the program was frequenty lambasted for its brazen racist and filo-fascist contents, and for encouraging violence against their designated strawmen.
17th Sep '17 1:55:32 AM VAIAZ
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* '''''Dalla Vostra Parte''''' is a political talk show that, like the title suggests, promises to side on the part of the citizens, with live reports and interviews. However, after a few episodes the show's host, Maurizio Delpietro, figured out that pandering on alt-right ideologies and silencing whatever competent host they interview is a better idea than mediating between the two parts: in fact, ''every single episode'' is a string of loud-voiced and slanderous insults geared towards leftists, immigrants, muslims, black people, and pretty much every single person that disagrees with the hosts, who blame everything from killings to rapes, theft or [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking going to a public place]] on immigrants. The editors of the show don't even bother checking their news sources, instead cherry-picking off statistics that confirm their racist beliefs, and spreading fake news taken from unreliable sources. Over time, the program was frequenty lambasted for its brazen racist and filo-fascist contents, and for encouraging violence against their designated strawmen.

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* '''''Dalla Vostra Parte''''' is a political talk show that, like the title suggests, promises to side on the part of the citizens, with live reports and interviews. However, after a few episodes the show's host, Maurizio Delpietro, figured out that pandering on alt-right ideologies and silencing whatever competent host they interview is a better idea than mediating between the two parts: in fact, ''every single episode'' is a string of loud-voiced and slanderous insults geared towards leftists, immigrants, homosexuals, muslims, black people, and pretty much every single person that disagrees with the hosts, hosts. The ones that aren't silenced are those who blame everything from killings to rapes, theft or [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking going to a public place]] on immigrants. immigrants, or think that social progress is "destroying" Italy. The editors of the show don't even bother checking their news sources, instead cherry-picking off statistics that confirm their racist beliefs, and spreading fake news taken from unreliable sources.websites. Over time, the program was frequenty lambasted for its brazen racist and filo-fascist contents, and for encouraging violence against their designated strawmen.
16th Sep '17 11:02:21 AM VAIAZ
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* '''''Dalla Vostra Parte''''' is a political talk show that, like the title suggests, promises to side on the part of the citizens, with live reports and interviews. However, after a few episodes the show's host, Maurizio Delpietro, figured out that pandering on alt-right ideologies and silencing whatever competent host they interview is a better idea than mediating between the two parts: in fact, ''every single episode'' is a string of gratuitous insults geared towards leftists, immigrants, muslims, black people, and pretty much every single person that disagrees with the hosts, who blame everything from killings to rapes, theft or [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking going to a public place]] on immigrants. The editors of the show don't even bother checking their news sources, instead cherry-picking off statistics that confirm their racist beliefs, and spreading fake news taken from unreliable sources. Over time, the program was frequenty lambasted for its brazen racist and filo-fascist contents, and for encouraging violence against their designated strawmen.

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* '''''Dalla Vostra Parte''''' is a political talk show that, like the title suggests, promises to side on the part of the citizens, with live reports and interviews. However, after a few episodes the show's host, Maurizio Delpietro, figured out that pandering on alt-right ideologies and silencing whatever competent host they interview is a better idea than mediating between the two parts: in fact, ''every single episode'' is a string of gratuitous loud-voiced and slanderous insults geared towards leftists, immigrants, muslims, black people, and pretty much every single person that disagrees with the hosts, who blame everything from killings to rapes, theft or [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking going to a public place]] on immigrants. The editors of the show don't even bother checking their news sources, instead cherry-picking off statistics that confirm their racist beliefs, and spreading fake news taken from unreliable sources. Over time, the program was frequenty lambasted for its brazen racist and filo-fascist contents, and for encouraging violence against their designated strawmen.
16th Sep '17 10:56:39 AM VAIAZ
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* '''''Paperissima''''' (can be translated as "Super Goofs") is basically the Italian edition of ''Series/AmericasFunniestHomeVideos'', but worse in multiple ways. First, the clips that are actually made in Italy are very few (something like 20 homemade clips in each edition, plus a bunch of blooper reels from whatever shows are airing on Mediaset channels at the moment), with most of them being recycled from American and UK editions of the show. Second, here's the actual problem: ''they stopped getting new clips after a few years''. Yes, the show first aired in 1990, but nowadays the newest clips aired are from ''1995''. They went on for 20 years with the exact same clips, and eventually began to do stuff such as blurring out idents from the earlier editions of the shows to make it look like the clips were aired for the first time, or even ''[[ManipulativeEditing blur out the on-screen filming date]]'', expecting that by doing so the audience will believe that [[ViewersAreMorons the videos blatantly filmed with early 90's home equipment were made last year]] Sometimes they [[ManipulativeEditing cut the sides of a clip to make it look like it was filmed with a smartphone]] (then again, which 2015+ smartphone has a camera with such grainy quality?). Another difference with the foreign version is that funny noises are added to videos where ''people get severely hurt'', and they don't even spare videos with animals, adding [[MostAnnoyingSound the most ear-grating and annoying voices]], totally ruining the fun factor that made those shorts funny. The show came in two formats, the regular one that aired weekly till 2013 (usually lasting for no more than 2 months) and the "Sprint" edition which is still aired as of 2017 (which is a 20-minute version that airs during weekends for most of the year and ''every single day'' during summer), and both are framed with the hosts doing unfunny sketches (the weekly edition was filmed before a live audience: we can only imagine the experience of watching any opening sketch from the show without the ConspicuousCG used to [[DesignatedMonkey torture the male host]]).

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* '''''Paperissima''''' (can be translated as "Super Goofs") is basically the Italian edition of ''Series/AmericasFunniestHomeVideos'', but worse in multiple ways. First, the clips that are actually made in Italy are very few (something like 20 homemade clips in each edition, plus a bunch of blooper reels from whatever shows are airing on Mediaset channels at the moment), with most of them being recycled from American and UK editions of the show. Second, here's the actual problem: ''they stopped getting new clips after a few years''. Yes, the show first aired in 1990, but nowadays the newest clips aired are from ''1995''. They went on for 20 years with the exact same clips, and eventually began to do stuff such as blurring out idents from the earlier editions of the shows to make it look like the clips were aired for the first time, or even ''[[ManipulativeEditing blur out the on-screen filming date]]'', expecting that by doing so the audience will believe that [[ViewersAreMorons the videos blatantly filmed with early 90's home equipment were made last year]] year]]. Sometimes they [[ManipulativeEditing cut the sides of a clip to make it look like it was filmed with a smartphone]] (then again, which 2015+ smartphone has a camera with such grainy quality?). Another difference with the foreign version is that funny noises are added to videos where ''people get severely hurt'', and they don't even spare videos with animals, adding [[MostAnnoyingSound the most ear-grating and annoying voices]], totally ruining the fun factor that made those shorts funny. The show came in two formats, the regular one that aired weekly till 2013 (usually lasting for no more than 2 months) and the "Sprint" edition which is still aired as of 2017 (which is a 20-minute version that airs during weekends for most of the year and ''every single day'' during summer), and both are framed with the hosts doing unfunny sketches (the weekly edition was filmed before a live audience: we can only imagine the experience of watching any opening sketch from the show without the ConspicuousCG used to [[DesignatedMonkey torture the male host]]).
16th Sep '17 6:34:40 AM VAIAZ
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* '''''Paperissima''''' (can be translated as "Super Goofs") is basically the Italian edition of ''Series/AmericasFunniestHomeVideos'', but worse in multiple ways. First, the clips that are actually made in Italy are very few (something like 20 homemade clips in each edition, plus a bunch of blooper reels from whatever shows are airing on Mediaset channels at the moment), with most of them being recycled from American and UK editions of the show. Second, here's the actual problem: ''they stopped getting new clips after a few years''. Yes, the show first aired in 1990, but nowadays the newest clips aired are from ''1995''. They went on for 20 years with the exact same clips, and eventually began to do stuff such as blurring out idents from the earlier editions of the shows to make it look like the clips were aired for the first time, or even ''[[ManipulativeEditing blur out the on-screen filming date]]'', expecting that by doing so the audience will believe that [[ViewersAreMorons the videos blatantly filmed with early 90's home equipment were made last year]] Sometimes they [[ManipulativeEditing cut the sides of a clip to make it look like it was filmed with a smartphone]] (then again, which 2015+ smartphone has a camera with such grainy quality?). Another difference with the foreign version is that funny noises are added to videos where ''people get severely hurt'', and they don't even spare videos with animals, adding [[MostAnnoyingSound the most ear-grating and annoying voices]], totally ruining the fun factor that made those shorts funny. The show comes in two formats, the regular one that airs weekly (usually lasting for no more than 2 months, and luckily is not aired every year) and the "Sprint" edition (which is a 20-minute version that airs during weekends for most of the year and ''every single day'' during summer), and both are framed with the hosts doing unfunny sketches (the weekly edition is filmed before a live audience: we can only imagine the experience of watching any opening sketch from the show without the ConspicuousCG used to [[DesignatedMonkey torture the male host]]). It's amazing how this show manages to still be on the air after [[LongRunner 27 years]].

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* '''''Paperissima''''' (can be translated as "Super Goofs") is basically the Italian edition of ''Series/AmericasFunniestHomeVideos'', but worse in multiple ways. First, the clips that are actually made in Italy are very few (something like 20 homemade clips in each edition, plus a bunch of blooper reels from whatever shows are airing on Mediaset channels at the moment), with most of them being recycled from American and UK editions of the show. Second, here's the actual problem: ''they stopped getting new clips after a few years''. Yes, the show first aired in 1990, but nowadays the newest clips aired are from ''1995''. They went on for 20 years with the exact same clips, and eventually began to do stuff such as blurring out idents from the earlier editions of the shows to make it look like the clips were aired for the first time, or even ''[[ManipulativeEditing blur out the on-screen filming date]]'', expecting that by doing so the audience will believe that [[ViewersAreMorons the videos blatantly filmed with early 90's home equipment were made last year]] Sometimes they [[ManipulativeEditing cut the sides of a clip to make it look like it was filmed with a smartphone]] (then again, which 2015+ smartphone has a camera with such grainy quality?). Another difference with the foreign version is that funny noises are added to videos where ''people get severely hurt'', and they don't even spare videos with animals, adding [[MostAnnoyingSound the most ear-grating and annoying voices]], totally ruining the fun factor that made those shorts funny. The show comes came in two formats, the regular one that airs aired weekly till 2013 (usually lasting for no more than 2 months, and luckily is not aired every year) months) and the "Sprint" edition which is still aired as of 2017 (which is a 20-minute version that airs during weekends for most of the year and ''every single day'' during summer), and both are framed with the hosts doing unfunny sketches (the weekly edition is was filmed before a live audience: we can only imagine the experience of watching any opening sketch from the show without the ConspicuousCG used to [[DesignatedMonkey torture the male host]]). It's amazing how this show manages to still be on the air after [[LongRunner 27 years]].
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16th Sep '17 6:11:23 AM mlsmithca
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* '''''Paperissima''''' (can be translated as "Super Goofs") is basically the Italian edition of ''Series/AmericasFunniestHomeVideos'', but worse in multiple ways. First, the clips that are actually made in Italy are very few (something like 20 homemade clips in each edition, plus a bunch of blooper reels from whatever shows are airing on Mediaset channels at the moment), with most of them being recycled from American and UK editions of the show. Second, here's the actual problem: ''they stopped getting new clips after a few years''. Yes, the show first aired in 1990, but nowadays the newest clips aired are from ''1995''. They went on for 20 years with the exact same clips, and eventually began to do stuff such as blurring out idents from the earlier editions of the shows to make it look like the clips were aired for the first time, or even ''[[ManipulativeEditing blur out the on-screen filming date]]'', expecting that by doing so the audience will believe that [[ViewersAreMorons the videos blatantly filmed with early 90's home equipment were made last year]] Sometimes they [[ManipulativeEditing cut the sides of a clip to make it look like it was filmed with a smartphone]] (then again, which 2015+ smartphone has a camera with such grainy quality?). Another difference with the foreign versione is that funny noises are added to videos where ''people get severely hurt'', and they didn't even spare videos with animals, adding [[MostAnnoyingSound the most ear-grating and annoying voices]], totally ruining the fun factor that made those shorts funny. The show comes in two formats, the regular one that airs weekly (usually lasting for no more than 2 months, and luckily is not aired every year) and the "Sprint" edition (which is a 20-minute version that airs during weekends for most of the year and ''every single day'' during summer), and both are framed with the hosts doing unfunny sketches (the weekly edition is filmed before a live audience: we can only imagine the experience of watching any opening sketch from the show without the ConspicuousCG used to [[DesignatedMonkey torture the male host]]). It's amazing how this show manages to still be on the air after [[LongRunner 27 years]].

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* '''''Paperissima''''' (can be translated as "Super Goofs") is basically the Italian edition of ''Series/AmericasFunniestHomeVideos'', but worse in multiple ways. First, the clips that are actually made in Italy are very few (something like 20 homemade clips in each edition, plus a bunch of blooper reels from whatever shows are airing on Mediaset channels at the moment), with most of them being recycled from American and UK editions of the show. Second, here's the actual problem: ''they stopped getting new clips after a few years''. Yes, the show first aired in 1990, but nowadays the newest clips aired are from ''1995''. They went on for 20 years with the exact same clips, and eventually began to do stuff such as blurring out idents from the earlier editions of the shows to make it look like the clips were aired for the first time, or even ''[[ManipulativeEditing blur out the on-screen filming date]]'', expecting that by doing so the audience will believe that [[ViewersAreMorons the videos blatantly filmed with early 90's home equipment were made last year]] Sometimes they [[ManipulativeEditing cut the sides of a clip to make it look like it was filmed with a smartphone]] (then again, which 2015+ smartphone has a camera with such grainy quality?). Another difference with the foreign versione version is that funny noises are added to videos where ''people get severely hurt'', and they didn't don't even spare videos with animals, adding [[MostAnnoyingSound the most ear-grating and annoying voices]], totally ruining the fun factor that made those shorts funny. The show comes in two formats, the regular one that airs weekly (usually lasting for no more than 2 months, and luckily is not aired every year) and the "Sprint" edition (which is a 20-minute version that airs during weekends for most of the year and ''every single day'' during summer), and both are framed with the hosts doing unfunny sketches (the weekly edition is filmed before a live audience: we can only imagine the experience of watching any opening sketch from the show without the ConspicuousCG used to [[DesignatedMonkey torture the male host]]). It's amazing how this show manages to still be on the air after [[LongRunner 27 years]].



* In 2015, '''''Sorci Verdi''''' ("Green Mice") graced the Italian screens for 5 episode between October and November. Its premise was a late night show starring rapper J-Ax, but it did what every late night show ''shouldn't'' do: the satirical skits were very cheap and predictable shots on politics and television, intermixed with bad musical numbers and awkward interviews with [=VIPs=] and various showmen. It ultimately felt like a 90-minute advertisement for other rappers and friends of J-Ax. Today, it's remembered as a television failure that drew very little attention.

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* In 2015, '''''Sorci Verdi''''' ("Green Mice") graced the Italian screens for 5 episode episodes between October and November. Its premise was a late night show starring rapper J-Ax, but it did what every late night show ''shouldn't'' do: the satirical skits were very cheap and predictable shots on at politics and television, intermixed with bad musical numbers and awkward interviews with [=VIPs=] and various showmen. It ultimately felt like a 90-minute advertisement for other rappers and friends of J-Ax. Today, it's remembered as a television failure that drew very little attention.
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* '''''Dalla Vostra Parte''''' is a political talk show that, like the title suggests, promises to side on the part of the citizens, with live reports and interviews. However, after a few episodes the show's host, Maurizio Delpietro, figured out that pandering on alt-right ideologies and silencing whatever competent host they interview is a better idea than mediating between the two parts: in fact, ''every single episode'' is a string of gratuitous insults geared towards leftists, immigrants, muslims, black people, and pretty much every single person that disagrees with the hosts, who blame everything from killings to rapes, theft or [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking going to a public place]] on immigrants. The editors of the show don't even bother checking their news sources, instead cherry-picking off statistics that confirm their racist beliefs, and spreading fake news taken from unreliable sources. Over time, the program was frequenty lambasted for its brazen racist and filo-fascist contents, and for encouraging violence against their designated strawmen.
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