History WesternAnimation / DrawnTogether

4th Apr '18 9:59:07 AM Basara-kun
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* InnocentBigot: Clara, when she first met Foxxy. When Foxxy realizes that all of Clara's stupid and ill-informed beliefs come from her father, she softens up toward her

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* InnocentBigot: Clara, when she first met Foxxy. When Foxxy realizes that all of Clara's stupid and ill-informed beliefs come from her father, she softens up toward herher.
* InstantTurnOff: The series has Princess Carla dating Captain Hero and have cause car crashes because they arouse her, then she blows him off to hang out with her friends. At the end of the episode he gets sick of it, but she convinces him to do it again, so he does. When she decides to blow him off to hang out with her friends again, he reveals her friends were in the car crash and they are now dead. Cue Princess Carla be frozen in shock.
28th Mar '18 6:08:09 PM Monolaf317
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Vote for your favorite episode [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/crowner.php/BestEpisode/DrawnTogether here]].
10th Mar '18 2:13:31 PM MeaJae97
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** 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. There's no point in pushing the envelope without good reasoning.

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** 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 FamilyUnfriendlyAesop that insults the very idea of making works purely for entertainment purposes. There's no point in pushing the envelope without good reasoning.
10th Mar '18 3:34:45 AM MeaJae97
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** 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.

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** 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. There's no point in pushing the envelope without good reasoning.
10th Feb '18 10:28:26 PM DarkMask
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* BlackComedyRape: Captain Hero gets raped offscreen by a group of frat boys, before running home to his mother in "Little Orphan Hero," as part of his attempt to make up for lost time.

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Captain Hero gets raped offscreen by a group of frat boys, before running home to his mother in "Little Orphan Hero," as part of his attempt to make up for lost time.time.
** the uncut version of the pitbulls brutally destroying the ''WesternAnimation/MuppetBabies'' features the Scooter-{{Expy}} being anally raped by one of the dogs.
30th Dec '17 6:29:19 PM nombretomado
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* GoodTimesMontage: A literal parody, in "Breakfast Food Killers". Whenever Toot mentioned "I'll always remember the good times..." it cuts to a short montage of previous footage with the theme from ''GoodTimes'' playing. It also features all the characters sporting Afros.

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* GoodTimesMontage: A literal parody, in "Breakfast Food Killers". Whenever Toot mentioned "I'll always remember the good times..." it cuts to a short montage of previous footage with the theme from ''GoodTimes'' ''Series/GoodTimes'' playing. It also features all the characters sporting Afros.
29th Dec '17 1:06:12 PM BatmanKalEl
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* AllAdultAnimationIsSouthPark: [[UpToEleven This show makes South Park look clean.]]

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* AllAdultAnimationIsSouthPark: The show is 90% CringeComedy, and you can count the amount of jokes that are not [[RefugeInAudacity shock value]], [[NauseaFuel bodily function-related]] or at the expense of any kind of social/racial group on one hand. Arguably where this trend peeked, as this brand of abundantly politically incorrect cartoons was phased out over the course of its run (save for ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', which only started gravitating towards it post-[[{{Uncanceled}} uncancellation]], and a handful of other shows with only niche appeal). [[UpToEleven This show makes South Park look clean.]]
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.
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