History Trivia / MoralOrel

30th Aug '17 10:41:22 AM omnicritic
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** The show was supposed to be 5 seasons in total, and the title would of been changed to 'Moralton'

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** The show was supposed to be 5 seasons in total, and the title would of have been changed to 'Moralton'
27th Aug '17 3:53:12 PM hipsterelephant
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*** Thankfully, the series reruns around 2:00 am every sunday.
19th Aug '17 11:37:37 PM hipsterelephant
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** The show was supposed to be 5 seasons in total, and the title would of been changed to 'Moralton'
22nd Jul '17 1:44:40 AM KingClark
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* CrossDressingVoices: Orel Puppington is voiced by Carolyn Lawrence. Shapey was voiced by a little girl (the creator's daughter).

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Orel Puppington is voiced by Carolyn Lawrence. Shapey was voiced by a little girl (the creator's daughter).
22nd Jul '17 1:44:27 AM KingClark
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22nd Jul '17 1:44:17 AM KingClark
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* NoExportForYou:
** The series had DVD releases, but only volume one ever made it to the United States, due to poor sales. In Australia, the entire series was released in three volumes, and even had a complete series set filled with special features, that was only released in Region 4.

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NoExportForYou: The series had DVD releases, but only volume one ever made it to the United States, due to poor sales. In Australia, the entire series was released in three volumes, and even had a complete series set filled with special features, that was only released in Region 4.
22nd Jul '17 1:44:00 AM KingClark
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* ScrewedbytheNetwork: Invoked and Inverted. Adult Swim cut down the final season down to just 13 episodes following the disastrous results of "Alone", but still gave it a fair bit of advertising; among the biggest was the previously mentioned "44 Nights of Orel", a marathon that ran through the first two seasons, intersped with the premieres of Season 3. Dino has also stated several times that Mike Lazzo, the executive vice president in charge of Adult Swim, still has interest in producing more specials - the only problem being Dino being more interested in the darker aspects of the show, compared to the first season, which Lazzo considered the best.

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* ScrewedbytheNetwork: ScrewedByTheNetwork: Invoked and Inverted. Adult Swim cut down the final season down to just 13 episodes following the disastrous results of "Alone", but still gave it a fair bit of advertising; among the biggest was the previously mentioned "44 Nights of Orel", a marathon that ran through the first two seasons, intersped with the premieres of Season 3. Dino has also stated several times that Mike Lazzo, the executive vice president in charge of Adult Swim, still has interest in producing more specials - the only problem being Dino being more interested in the darker aspects of the show, compared to the first season, which Lazzo considered the best.
8th Jul '17 9:56:49 AM hipsterelephant
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* NoExportForYou: Unsurprisingly, the series was not licensed or broadcasted outside the U.S. and Canada.
** That said, it's something of a JustifiedTrope in this case: discounting the show's darkness, it deals with a fairly uniquely American issue that even other English-speaking countries tend to see as absurd.

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* NoExportForYou: Unsurprisingly, the series was not licensed or broadcasted outside the U.S. and Canada.
** That said, it's something of a JustifiedTrope in this case: discounting the show's darkness, it deals with a fairly uniquely American issue that even other English-speaking countries tend to see as absurd.
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25th May '17 8:32:07 AM MilanP.
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** In a bit of subversion though when the show was canceled and Adult Swim did a massive month long marathon/dumping of the third season, Dino was allowed to do a series of promos for the third season where he implored fans to watch and record, as far as telling them that Adult Swim will probably NEVER, EVER reair the series. But the critical praise and high ratings that the last season got has managed to secure future reairings of the series for fans...

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** In a bit of subversion though when the show was canceled and Adult Swim did a massive month long marathon/dumping of the third season, season (entitled "44 Nights of Orel"), Dino was allowed to do a series of promos for the third season where he implored fans to watch and record, as far as telling them that Adult Swim will probably NEVER, EVER reair the series. But the critical praise and high ratings that the last season got has managed to secure future reairings of the series for fans...


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* ScrewedbytheNetwork: Invoked and Inverted. Adult Swim cut down the final season down to just 13 episodes following the disastrous results of "Alone", but still gave it a fair bit of advertising; among the biggest was the previously mentioned "44 Nights of Orel", a marathon that ran through the first two seasons, intersped with the premieres of Season 3. Dino has also stated several times that Mike Lazzo, the executive vice president in charge of Adult Swim, still has interest in producing more specials - the only problem being Dino being more interested in the darker aspects of the show, compared to the first season, which Lazzo considered the best.
20th Mar '17 12:56:49 AM TroperBeDoper
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* OutOfOrder: The Christmas episode was meant to be the first season finale but was aired as a pilot.
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