History WesternAnimation / DrawnTogether

9th Oct '17 4:10:10 AM MeaJae97
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* BrokenAesop: The Movie has a moral that defeats its own purpose. Near the end of the movie, the protagonists decide that they don't want a point and believe that "offensive" humor shouldn't need moral justification. This has Unfortunate Implications - since this kind of humor only works if it's worked into a moral so there is something to mock or is portrayed with good jest. Yet virtually every joke is made as offensively grotesque as possible, and is either drawn out, mean-spirited, or both. The movie does everything possible, [[ILoveTheDead including necrophilia,]] to prove why we would not want to see creators make "offensive" comedy for no reason. In addition to this, the moral is pretty much a paradox in its own existence, since its doing the very thing it's preaching against. Sure, there might be some justification for an Anvilicious message about why heavy handed morals are bad and it's likely supposed to be ironic, but it sure doesn't do a good job indicating so.

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* BrokenAesop: The Movie has a moral that defeats its own purpose. Near the end of the movie, the protagonists decide that they don't want a point and believe that "offensive" humor shouldn't need moral justification. This has Unfortunate Implications - since this kind of humor only works if it's worked into a moral so there is something to mock or is portrayed with good jest. Yet virtually every joke is made as offensively grotesque as possible, and is either drawn out, mean-spirited, or both. The movie does everything possible, [[ILoveTheDead including necrophilia,]] to prove why we would not want to see creators make "offensive" comedy for no reason. In addition to this, the moral is pretty much a paradox in its own existence, since its doing the very thing it's preaching against. Sure, there might be some justification for an Anvilicious {{Anvilicious}} message about why heavy handed morals are bad and it's likely supposed to be ironic, but it sure doesn't do a good job indicating so.
9th Oct '17 3:24:05 AM MeaJae97
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* BrokenAesop: The Movie has a moral that defeats its own purpose. Near the end of the movie, the protagonists decide that they don't want a point and believe that "offensive" humor shouldn't need moral justification. This has Unfortunate Implications - since this kind of humor only works if it's worked into a moral so there is something to mock or is portrayed with good jest. Yet virtually every joke is made as offensively grotesque as possible, and is either drawn out, mean-spirited, or both. The movie does everything possible, [[ILoveTheDead including necrophilia,]] to prove why we would not want to see creators make "offensive" comedy for no reason. In addition to this, the moral is pretty much a paradox in its own existence, since its doing the very thing it's preaching against. Sure, there might be some justification for an Anvilicious message about why heavy handed morals are bad and it's likely supposed to be ironic, but it sure doesn't do a good job indicating so.
** On top of this, the movie constantly rips on South Park for supposedly being crude humor with lazily tacked-on morals added to justify it. The fact that that's inaccurate aside, that would pretty accurately describe this very movie's own situation. This is made worse with the fact that it's a blatantly false Family-Unfriendly Aesop that insults the very idea of making works purely for entertainment purposes.
5th Oct '17 7:58:45 PM MoonByte
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** In one episode, Toot and Clara didn't appear at all until the end, commenting that they didn't have time for either plot since they were building a potato canon.
5th Oct '17 7:54:42 PM MoonByte
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** Whenever a bunch of ReactionShot happens, chances are high that between them will be footage from an old black and white movie of what appears to be a ape looking slowly around.

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** Whenever a bunch of ReactionShot happens, chances are high that between them will be footage from an old black and white movie of what appears to be a ape wolfman looking slowly around.around, see StockFootage.
5th Oct '17 7:47:47 PM MoonByte
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** Whenever a bunch of ReactionShot happens, chances are high that between them will be footage from an old black and white movie of what appears to be a ape looking slowly around.
28th May '17 10:11:48 AM TomServo3000
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* {{Gorn}}: And lots of it.

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* {{Gorn}}: And lots Lots of it.
28th May '17 10:11:32 AM TomServo3000
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* {{Gorn}}: And looots of it.

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* {{Gorn}}: And looots lots of it.
15th Mar '17 9:21:43 PM nombretomado
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* StockFootage: There is a silent film scene of a wolfman creature that is heavily used, especially in "Drawn Together Babies" (to parody ''MuppetBabies''' usage of live action films).

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* StockFootage: There is a silent film scene of a wolfman creature that is heavily used, especially in "Drawn Together Babies" (to parody ''MuppetBabies''' ''WesternAnimation/MuppetBabies''' usage of live action films).
10th Mar '17 9:41:07 PM Monolaf317
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-->'''Wooldoor:''' We can't all keep dying and then coming back to life the next episode IT'S TOTALLY ILLOGICAL!

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-->'''Wooldoor:''' We can't all keep dying and then coming back to life the next episode episode. IT'S TOTALLY ILLOGICAL!
27th Feb '17 7:09:23 AM Eagal
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* BlackBestFriend: Subverted on the show, as while Foxxy and Clara are [[DependingOnTheWriter sometimes depicted as friends]], more often Foxxy's attitude toward Clara runs the gamut from genuine dislike to exasperated ambivalence. Played straight in real life, as Tara Strong and Cree Summer have been best friends for over twenty-five years, even growing up together.

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* BlackBestFriend: Subverted on the show, as while Foxxy and Clara are [[DependingOnTheWriter sometimes depicted as friends]], more often Foxxy's attitude toward Clara runs the gamut from genuine dislike to exasperated ambivalence. Played straight in real life, as Tara Strong and Cree Summer have been best friends for over twenty-five years, even growing up together.
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