History WesternAnimation / SecretMountainFortAwesome

25th Mar '16 6:07:12 AM DaveyDoodlebug
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* AwesomeArt: Most viewers remember this show fondly for the grungy, overly-detailed character designs by Robertryan Cory, who went on design for ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' (most notably the "Weirdmageddon" trilogy).

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* AwesomeArt: Most viewers remember of the positive press towards this show fondly for was aimed at the grungy, overly-detailed character designs by Robertryan Cory, who went on design for ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' (most notably the "Weirdmageddon" trilogy).
25th Mar '16 6:03:08 AM DaveyDoodlebug
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* AwesomeArt: Most viewers remember this show fondly for the grungy, overly-detailed character designs by Robertryan Cory.

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* AwesomeArt: Most viewers remember this show fondly for the grungy, overly-detailed character designs by Robertryan Cory.Cory, who went on design for ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' (most notably the "Weirdmageddon" trilogy).
25th Mar '16 6:00:28 AM DaveyDoodlebug
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* AwesomeArt: Most viewers remember this show fondly for the grungy, overly-detailed character designs by Robertryan Cory.
24th Dec '15 4:03:56 AM Adept
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* ShoutOut: The short PeaceOnEarth in the episode "7,002".

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* ShoutOut: The short PeaceOnEarth ''WesternAnimation/PeaceOnEarth'' in the episode "7,002".
23rd Dec '15 6:23:29 AM Doug86
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* DerangedAnimation: Though considering Creator/CartoonNetwork's [[WesternAnimation/AdventureTime recent]] [[RegularShow efforts,]] this shouldn't come as a surprise.

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* DerangedAnimation: Though considering Creator/CartoonNetwork's [[WesternAnimation/AdventureTime recent]] [[RegularShow [[WesternAnimation/RegularShow efforts,]] this shouldn't come as a surprise.
2nd Dec '15 9:05:20 AM DaveyDoodlebug
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** The episode "Just for Kicks" sees Festro battle a CGI tyranosauras over a pair of sneakers.
17th Sep '15 1:18:05 PM DaveyDoodlebug
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** In "Funstro", Fart tries to calm down a toothache-ridden Festro by singing the opening lines of MrBelvedere.

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** In "Funstro", Fart tries to calm down a toothache-ridden Festro by singing performing a William Shatner-style cover of the opening lines of MrBelvedere.theme to ''MrBelvedere''.
17th Sep '15 1:17:18 PM DaveyDoodlebug
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** In "Funstro", Fart tries to calm down a toothache-ridden Festro by singing the opening lines of MrBelvedere.
4th Jul '15 8:00:04 PM MagnusForce
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Still, for all the collective venom being spewed at this show, it's worth pointing out that it went on to pick up several prestigious animation awards (more so in its short run than the network's flagship shows ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' and ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' ever achieved), and eventually led to Browngardt getting his original ''Uncle Grandpa'' concept off the ground and onto our TV screens. Whether you think that's impressive or a sign of Cartoon Network's descent into mediocrity is up for debate.

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Still, for all the collective venom being spewed at this show, it's worth pointing out that it went on to pick up several prestigious animation awards (more so in its short run than the network's flagship shows ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' and ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' ever achieved), and eventually led to Browngardt getting his original ''Uncle Grandpa'' concept off the ground and onto our TV screens. Whether you think that's impressive or a sign of Cartoon Network's descent into mediocrity is up for debate.



* GrossOutShow: Taken UpToEleven
** Actually subverted, the designs of the show seem to be this but otherwise it's surprisingly tame and focuses more on the humor of the characters rather then obligatory [[GrossUpCloseUp Gross-Up Close-Ups]].



* GrossOutShow: Surprisingly subverted, the designs of the show seem to be this but otherwise it's surprisingly tame and focuses more on the humor of the characters rather then obligatory [[GrossUpCloseUp Gross-Up Close-Ups]].



* OurMonstersAreWeird

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* OurMonstersAreWeirdOurMonstersAreWeird: Let's see...we've got a purple ogre with huge tusks and nothing but underwear, a man made out of ''BUTTS'', a hairy big-nosed creature, a walking ball of pus, and something resembling an emaciated dog speaking in gibberish.
23rd Apr '15 4:36:41 AM DaveyDoodlebug
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The show takes it's humour and art style from Pete Browngardt's ''WesternAnimation/UncleGrandpa'' pilot for Cartoonstitute. Unfortunately, its' [[RefugeInAudacity rowdy, over-the-top humour]] struggled to find an audience and plans for a second season (which was already in production) were scrapped, with only half of the first series actually broadcast. Browngardt has since admitted the show was the result of ExecutiveMeddling: following the network's plan to age up their programming from TV-Y7 to TV-PG, the bigwigs at CN saw potential in the monster characters - some of them early prototypes of the Disgustoids - from ''Uncle Grandpa'' and approached Browngardt to develop a series about them. [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor Needless to say, they were baffled with the finished product]] and immediately declared it a flop.

For all the collective venom being spewed at this show, it's worth pointing out that it went on to pick up several awards (more so in its short run than the network's flagship shows ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' and ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' ever achieved), and eventually led to Browngardt getting his original ''Uncle Grandpa'' concept off the ground and onto our TV screens. Whether you think that's impressive or a sign of Cartoon Network's descent into mediocrity is up for debate.

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The show takes it's humour and art style from Pete Browngardt's ''WesternAnimation/UncleGrandpa'' pilot for Cartoonstitute. Unfortunately, its' [[RefugeInAudacity rowdy, over-the-top humour]] struggled to find an audience and plans for a second season (which was already in production) were scrapped, with only half of the first series actually broadcast.

Browngardt has since admitted the show was the result of ExecutiveMeddling: following the network's plan to age up their programming from TV-Y7 to TV-PG, the bigwigs at CN saw potential in the monster characters - some of them early prototypes of the Disgustoids - from ''Uncle Grandpa'' and approached Browngardt to develop a series about them. [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor Needless to say, they were baffled with the finished product]] and immediately declared it a flop.

For Still, for all the collective venom being spewed at this show, it's worth pointing out that it went on to pick up several prestigious animation awards (more so in its short run than the network's flagship shows ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' and ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' ever achieved), and eventually led to Browngardt getting his original ''Uncle Grandpa'' concept off the ground and onto our TV screens. Whether you think that's impressive or a sign of Cartoon Network's descent into mediocrity is up for debate.
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