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->''"The world's first animated reality show."''[[note]]Oddly enough, there would be a [[WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland second]].[[/note]]

A ComedyCentral cartoon that ran for three seasons (2004-2007), ''Drawn Together'' is a RealityShow parody, the concept being that eight cartoon characters from different genres are forced to live under one roof. A notable mark of the show is how each character manages to be both a parody of a specific style of animation and a parody of the stock characters usually put together in {{Reality Show}}s. The show is one of the more polarizing ones to come along in recent years; it draws some ferocious hate for its reliance on gross-out humor and BlackComedy, but it also has an [[CultClassic extremely loyal fanbase]].

Following the show's television run, a DirectToDVD [[TheMovie movie]] was released in which the gang discovers their show has been canceled and attempt to get back on the air.

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!!This show provides examples of:

* AbsenteeActor: In "Captain Hero's Marriage Pact," Toot and Clara (both [[ActingForTwo voiced]] by Tara Strong) are virtually absent from the entire episode until the last few minutes. This could be due to Strong dedicating the majority of her time voicing Unusually Flexible Girl in that episode. The writers quickly {{Lampshade|Hanging}} this:
--->'''Clara:''' Have you noticed we haven't been getting any screen time this week?\\
'''Toot:''' Well, uh, duh! That's because we've been in the basement all week making this awesome potato gun!
* AccidentallyAccurate: After slaughtering Clara's woodland critters for a quick meal, Spanky lies that [[INeedToIronMyDog the... meat blimp crashed out back]]. Cue an actual meat blimp flying by the window.
** While trying to fill out a Mad Lib to find the Mad Libber, Spanky insists that at least one blank needs to be "penis." Sure enough, the villain turns out to be hatching his scheme from the top of the "Penis Tower."
* AccidentalMisnaming: In the third season and the movie, Foxxy had a bizarre tendency to call her housemates and even herself by the wrong name. {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d by Toot in the episode "Breakfast Food Killer".
-->'''Foxxy:''' Tooky, can't you just be happy for Mapplethorpe? (''referring to Wooldoor'')\\
'''Toot:''' Why don't you assholes believe me? (''to Foxxy'') And why don't you know any of our names?
* ActingForTwo: TaraStrong does the voices of both Toot and Clara.
* ActivistFundamentalistAntics: Princess Clara is prone to this. At one point, she wishes Xandir and his new boyfriend live happily ever after... until God throws them both in the fiery pits of Hell, of course.
* AdobeFlash: TheMovie.
* TheAlcoholic: Toot.
* AllAdultAnimationIsSouthPark
* AlwaysNeedWhatYouGaveUp: Hero gives up his powers.
* AmazingFreakingGrace: Plays in the background pretty much any time a character delivers a moral of some sort.
* AmbiguouslyJewish: Quite a lot of them, mainly Hero. Also, Toot has a Jewish surname, but she's never explicitly stated to be Jewish -- only ''very'' vaguely hinted. Wooldoor is heavily implied to be Jewish, but he's ''explicitly stated'' as being Christian in some episodes; blame NegativeContinuity.
** Maybe he's an ambiguous Jew for Jesus?
*** Toot was also reciting the Mourner's Kaddish in one episode -- a Jewish rite.
** Spanky Ham is a strange case. In a third season episode, he all but proclaims himself to be a Jew when he chides Franken Berry (formerly {{Frankenstein|sMonster}}) for turning his back on his heritage, stating "Assimilation is our people's greatest enemy". In the first season, Spanky was explicitly stated as being a convert to Islam... so he's either a Jew (due either to NegativeContinuity or a {{Retcon}}) or a former Jew, which in the latter case, would make his speech very ironic indeed.
** The creators themselves are Jewish, as is Tara Strong (Clara and Toot).
* AnatomicallyImpossibleSex: It happened a few times. One such involved a female cow and Captain Hero saying "I always dreamed of meeting a woman with six penises!"
** Then again, this being Hero, he was probably just mistaking udders for penises.
* AnythingThatMoves: Captain Hero, who doesn't even limit himself to that. In fact, he seems to [[ILoveTheDead prefer things that don't]].
** Also Foxxy, especially in ''Toot Goes Bollywood''.
* ArchEnemy: Hero and Xandir each have one. Xandir's is Lord Slashstab, a pastiche of Venger from the ''[[WesternAnimation/DungeonsAndDragons Dungeons & Dragons]]'' cartoon, while Hero's arch nemesis is a bizarre villain called Scroto whose entire villainous gambit consists of coming up with new ways to trick Captain Hero into washing his privates...
** Foxxy Love has had so many of her children taken away from her, she considers the woman from Child Services to be her arch nemesis.
*** Well, she has admitted to putting Foxxy's children in horrible foster homes.
* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: The warning label on the movie's DVD cover reads as follows: "Warning: This program is recommended for mature audiences only. It contains adult language, situations, nudity, and awkwardness."
** Lampshaded by Wooldoor in Season 3: "Now, my show can entertain kids, annoy adults, and funny third thing!"
* ArtEvolution: Averted with TheMovie. It's animated in AdobeFlash and it's very noticeable. Inverted with the series -- with each successive season, the quality of the animation gets poorer. The series is also a rare instance of this happening to the sound, as well as the graphics: Toot's voice was at first deliberately made to sound like the low quality, scratchy audio recordings of the 1920's cartoons she represents, but the effect was abandoned after the first episode.
* TheArtifact: The fact that the series is supposed to be a reality show became less and less important and stopped being mentioned at all midway through season two.
** Until TheMovie, when the show's cancellation became the focus of the entire plot.
* ArtShift: Each character is animated in a style appropriate to their origin. For instance, Clara is drawn in a {{Disneyesque}} style, Foxxy is drawn like a HannaBarbera character, etc.
** Also everything in the movie.
* AsLongAsItSoundsForeign: Ling-Ling speaks Japanese gibberish, [[LampshadeHanging and he knows it's gibberish.]]
* AttentionDeficitOohShiny: Wooldoor.
* AttentionWhore: Most of them, but especially Toot.
* AuthorAvatar: The Jew Producer. The writers of the show are both Jewish. Unique in that he's deliberately created to be utterly despicable.
* AxCrazy: The mall policeman in the episode "The Lemon-AIDS Walk". At first it seems very relaxed, but suddenly shows its extremely violent when he threatens to kill a civilian woman pointing a gun if Wooldoor refused to throw some candy. When Wooldoor is captured, the policeman killed the women anyway just for the pleasure.
** Also, Captain Hero. In the above-mentioned episode Hero (under the influence of excessive steroids) is told that steroids can provoke fits of rage. This single comment causes him to go ballistic, "show [them] fits of rage" and murder the entire house.
* BadassAdorable: Ling-Ling.
* {{Bambification}}: Parodied.
* BeardOfSorrow: On Foxxy Love of all people in the episodes "Captain Hero's Marriage Pact" and "Spelling Applebee's".
* BetterThanABareBulb
* BetweenMyLegs: parodied in the promotional artwork for ''"The DrawnTogether Movie: TheMovie!"'', as seen [[http://images.wikia.com/drawntogether/images/c/ca/Drawntogethermoviecover.JPG here.]]
* BigEater: Toot
* BigNo: Including nine times in one episode.
* BigOlUnibrow: Spanky Ham.
* {{Bishonen}}: Xandir.
* 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.
* BloodyHilarious
* BulletproofHumanShield: Captain Hero's "Hero Shield" move. Depending on the episode, he himself should be immune to bullets.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: Apparently, despite his antics, Wooldoor can be a competent preacher; he's shown in a flashback to have started Clara's Christianity. [[ActivistFundamentalistAntics Knowing Clara]], though, that either went [[GoneHorriblyRight horribly right]] or, [[AlternativeCharacterInterpretation depending on how you see Wooldoor]], [[BewareTheSillyOnes exactly]] [[CorruptChurch as]] [[FridgeHorror planned]].
* ButtMonkey: Half the cast seems to take turns fulfilling this role; it's arguable who gets it the worst.
* CanCrushingCranium: Hero does this in the pilot episode.
** With an entire keg, no less.
* CaptainErsatz: All the characters except Spanky are parodies of other well-known characters. Spanky parodies Flash cartoons and internet-based characters, but is not based on a specific character.
* CaptainSuperhero
* CatScare: Happens in "Breakfast Food Killer" while Toot is searching for the final MacGuffin.
* {{Catchphrase}}: Toot's "Goddammit!"
** Captain Hero's "Save Yourselves!"
** Xandir has "What is going '''on?!'''" in the first season finale.
** Wooldoor's "Wheeee!"
** Foxxy's "Them ain't yo' Funyuns... They's Foxxy Funyuns!!!"
** Everyone: "I-A!" (drawn with donkey teeth). OK, technically that's a catch''face''.
* CharacterDevelopment: Xandir over the course of season one and two went from being trapped in a transparent closet to being openly gay and coming out to his family.
** Toot arguably changes for the better over the course of the series, going from, as the show puts it, a "one-dimensional fat joke" to a sympathetic PluckyGirl with some actual depth.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Spanky Ham was a much bigger jerk in the early episodes. Clara was more naive, and well, let's be blunt, nicer; this was before the writers stumbled onto her [[KnightTemplar religious fanatic persona]]. And Captain Hero was a lot more heterosexual.
** It was around season three that Captain Hero simply stopped ''not'' talking in his girly screechy voice.
* TheChewToy: Everyone, at one point or another.
* CitizenshipMarriage: Spanky "gay marries" Xandir in order to obtain health insurance.
* ClickHello: Parodied.
* ClipShow: Parodied twice; old clips were shown, but were overlaid with goofy/nonsensical captions.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Wooldoor.
* ClumsyCopyrightCensorship: When the show was forbidden from using "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" on the DVD release, a quick parody version was produced to fill the space and {{Lampshade|Hanging}} that fact.
* ClusterFBomb: A certain Captain Hero speech contains 21 {{Sound Effect Bleep}}s. The speech is uncensored on the DVD.
** Also Foxxy upon discovering the housemates have deserted the Suicide Hotline.
* CombiningMecha: Episode three of Season one, "Gay Bash", reveals that Asians can do this.
* ComicallyMissingThePoint: Captain Hero is a master at this. To cite one of many examples, in one episode, an immigrant family from Greece moves in next door. When Captain Hero hears the word "Greeks", he assumes it's a fraternity and immediately rushes over to their house and tries to become a pledge... which he keeps at long after the reality of the situation has become abundantly clear. He is even ''explicitly told'' the truth at multiple points and refuses to believe it.
** "The Lemon-AIDS Walk" is the best one. He becomes convinced that the AIDS walk is a sporting event, not a charity marathon, and decides to "Do more walking and have more AIDS" than anyone else. He then gets hooked on steroids so he can win the AIDS walk, goes mad and lives with Popeye for a while until Popeye dies of AIDS from using contaminated needles, and then enters the AIDS walk... and wins by killing all the other people taking part. So not a single dollar is actually raised for it because no one but Hero actually finished it. And then he steals the AIDS quilt thinking it's his trophy.
* ComicRolePlay: When Xandir runs away, the housemates roleplay the experiences of a young naive teenager moving to the big city and becoming a prostitute. While played horribly to-life, the comedy comes when the housemates keep acting out their abusive, sexual roleplay when Xandir isn't even there.
* ComingOutStory: With Xandir, both played straight (in ''Gay Bash'', when coming out to the house) and parodied (in ''A Very Special Drawn Together After School Special, when coming out to his parents).
* ComedicSociopathy: So. Freaking. Much.
* CommercialBreakCliffhanger: Spoofed.
* CommercialPopUp: Spoofed.
* ComplainingAboutRescuesTheyDontLike: Xandir's girlfriend refuses to accept his rescue once she finds out he's gay.
* ConfessionCam: A common feature of the early episodes; somewhat phased out as the series goes along.
* ContestWinnerCameo
* CousinOliver: Parodied with the character of Strawberry Sweetcake.
* CowboyBebopAtHisComputer: Xandir's whole "Never ending quest to save his girlfriend until he realized he was gay and switched to a never ending quest to save his boyfriend" thing was really only important for the first three episodes of the first season. But any media outlet that described the show acted like it was an important part of his character.
** Same deal with Clara's Octopussoir. It's mentioned in exactly two episodes, yet articles on the show speak of it like it's a vital part of her character.
* CrapsackWorld
* CrossDresser: Hero, Xandir, and Wooldoor tend to appear in women's clothing an awful lot, often with no explanation given.
** Spanky and Ling-Ling in "Little Orphan Hero".
** Also Ling Ling in ''Foxxy vs. The Board of Education''.
** Toot as "Stan" in "A Very Special Drawn Together Afterschool Special".
* CrossDressingVoices: The male Ling-Ling is voiced by the female Abbey [=McBride=]. Also, whenever a young boy shows up, he's generally voiced by TaraStrong.
* CruelTwistEnding: Most episodes get this kind of ending, but being a black comedy, obviously played for laughs. But special mention for this certainly deserves the ending of "Little Orphan Hero". In it, Captain Hero destroyed his home planet in revenge and raped his own parents. Even for many endings are played for laughs, often becomes in DudeNotFunny.
* DarkerAndEdgier: The first half of Season Three, [[SeasonalRot much to the show's detriment]].
* DarkSkinnedBlond: Xandir.
* ADateWithRosiePalms: Every character, even the ultra-prudish Clara, has had their masturbation referenced or shown on the series.
** Heck, the episode ''Clum Babies'' is all ''about'' masturbation!
* DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist: Thanks to NegativeContinuity and frequently [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]].
--->'''Captain Hero''': [[http://youtu.be/kluNJbvuZl8 ...I was determined to save their lives, even though nobody ever really dies. Observe.]]
* DeniedParody: Wooldoor's incredibly elaborate masturbation ritual was thought by many fans to be a parody of WesternAnimation/{{SpongeBob SquarePants}}'s technique for producing bubbles underwater. However, the show's executive producer denied any reference to {{SpongeBob}}, stating that Wooldoor's masturbation was done the way it was in order to appease network censors; it couldn't in any way resemble real masturbation.
* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: The name of TheMovie is ''The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie!''
* DeusSexMachina: In one episode, Ling-Ling and his "Permanent Battle Partner", Ni-pul enjoyed their battle sequences like sex, until it becomes too stale to enjoy. Ling-Ling's partner suggests to make things more interesting by actually, as Ling-Ling would put it, "dipping his noodle in her duck sauce"...
* DisneyCreaturesOfTheFarce: Clara's ability to conjure up animals when she sings is parodied often, most memorably when Spanky and Wooldoor survive a "food ban" by hunting said small animals.
* DisproportionateRetribution: Quite a bit, such as when Captain Hero kills Clara's friends [[LaserGuidedKarma in a car crash when he realizes she's just using him to cause car crashes]].
* DisturbedDoves: One of the show's favorite running gags.
* DownerEnding: TheMovie's ending.
* DoesNotLikeShoes: Wooldoor is always in sock feet.
* DrinkingGame:
** At the end of one of the episodes.
** The box set includes drinking game rules for a select group of episodes.
** The male characters also have a drinking game of "take a drink of whenever something gay happens on Drawn Together." This ends up with Xandir dead as a result of a murderous rampage on Ling-Ling's part.
* DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler: Played for laughs with The Jew Producer in the final episode.]].
** Not to mention Xandir during the episode he finds out he's gay and before he comes to terms with it. Of course, as a video game character, he had more than one life, [[DontExplainTheJoke so he ended up stabbing himself in the gut and dying several times]].
** Wooldoor, so it seems, in the beginning of the second season. Later, he reveals that he was taking his "afternoon noose nap", and the people who buried him thought he was dead.
** In a second season episode, after losing a game of Not-It to get Toot pregnant, Ling-Ling commits {{Seppuku}}.
* DrugsAreBad: Or drinking in this case. After a drinking game (mentioned above) which results in Ling-Ling killing Xandir and more importantly, the guys running out of beer, Hero, Spanky, and Wooldoor go out to get more. They then run over a homeless guy "because they were drinking and driving" as Wooldoor said. He continuously says this for the first half of the episode before Hero punches him.
** There's also that time "Ling Ling OD'd... somehow" on his birthday.
*** [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments "Still think birthdays are cool?"]]
* TheEeyore: Subverted with Toot, who is so bitter and repulsive that she really garners no sympathy whatsoever.
* EggSitting: Parodied. Toot's mothering skills are tested by giving her instead of an egg, an ''actual'' Nicaraguan baby to watch.
* EmbarrassingFirstName: Captain Leslie Shero. "The "S" is silent, you hithead!"
* [[EmbarrassingMiddleName Embarrassing Middle/Last Name]]: Ling-Ling... Well, not so much 'embarrassing' as much as offensive, but [[RuleOfFunny still hilarious]]:
-->'''Ling-Ling's father:''' I am ashamed to call you Ling-Ling [[AdolfHitler Hitler]] [[TheWarOnTerror Bin Laden]] [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Seacrest]]!
* EmbarrassingTattoo: Xandir: "Living Positive" just seemed like such a cool motto back in 1986..."
** Also all of Unusually Flexible Girl's tattoos to Hero.
*** "[[NoteToSelf Rent]] ''Film/{{Memento}}''?!"
* [[spoiler:[[RocksFallEveryoneDies Eraser Bomb Explodes, Everyone Dies]]]]: The ending of the movie.
* EvenTheGuysWantHim: Captain Hero's occasionally flirtatious relationship with Xandir, and Wooldoor's rather obvious crush on Captain Hero.
* EveryoneIsBi
* EveryoneMeetsEveryone: The first episode.
* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: Clara.
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: "Live Action Cow", "Live Action Squirrel With Big Balls", the list goes on, I mean really. Oh, and live action squirrel with big balls, fights live action cow, and I'll give you a hint about live action squirrel with big balls, it involves big balls.
* ExiledToTheCouch: After Captain Hero stands up Xandir at the mall, Xandir that night orders Hero to sleep on the couch -- despite the fact that the two sleep in separate beds.
* {{Expy}}: Each of the house members are supposed to be one, and many more of other cartoon characters show up throughout the series.
** Captain Hero is an expy of masculine superheroes, most notably Comicbook/{{Superman}}.
** Clara' is an expy of {{Disney princess}}es, and is notably designed after Ariel from ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' and Aurora from ''Disney/SleepingBeauty''. Her naivety is a parody of Julie from ''TheRealWorld: UsefulNotes/NewOrleans'', a sheltered Mormon girl who still referred to black people as "colored" (though she got better over time).
** Foxxy is an expy of Valerie Brown from ''JosieAndThePussycats'', most prominently the 1960s cartoon version, who played in a band and occasionally solved mysteries.
** Ling-Ling is supposed to be Pikachu.
** Toot is an expy of WesternAnimation/BettyBoop, right down to the monochrome.
** Wooldoor is obviously WesternAnimation/{{SpongeBob SquarePants}}. This was the only one that was actually disputed by the producers.
*** YMMV. He also wouldn't be out of place alongside ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow'' or another Spumco production.
*** Lampshaded in the episode "N.R.A.y Ray" where a newspaper refers to him as a "poorly conceived Spongebob parody".
** Xandir is based on Link from ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda''.
** Spanky is not based on a particular character, instead parodying Internet downloads in general. Although people have drawn parallels between Spanky and {{S|infest}}quigly.
* ExtremeOmnivore: Exaggerated with Toot.
* EvilFeelsGood / FaithHeelTurn: Clara undergoes both of these together in the two-part "Lost in Parking Space".
* FakeBand: The Foxxy 5. Hey hey hey!
* FakeBoobs: Wooldoor: (anguished) "Just like I didn't deserve to be crowned Miss Universe! These aren't real! ''These aren't real!''" *rips off shirt and rubs his 'breasts' on the camera lens*
* FallbackMarriagePact: Captain Hero and [[PowerPerversionPotential Unusually Flexible Girl]] were FriendsWithBenefits in college and promised that if they were still single at 30, they'd get married. She [[NewOldFlame shows up]] to collect.
* FanDisservice: The DVD episodes are uncensored, which means we get to see not only lots of naked breasts, but a fair amount of ugly, mangled genitalia...male ''and'' female.
* {{Fanservice}}: Both spoofed and played straight.
** Multiple blatantly fetishized references to Foxxy's feet, a few on-screen other instances and a couple merely dialogue.
* FatBastard: Guess. [[spoiler: Toot.]]
-->'''[[spoiler:Toot]]''': So fine! If I can't be the sex symbol, then I definitely be the bitch!
* ForgotICouldFly: If Captain Hero could use his powers properly, the majority of plots would be resolved within five minutes. Of course, expecting Captain Hero to not be an idiot is like expecting your dog to mow the lawn.
** When Spanky catches a computer virus and needs to be rushed to the hospital, Hero starts calling for an ambulance before actually remembering that he can fly...only to fly off through the roof, leaving Spanky behind.
* ForgottenFallenFriend: Captain Hero enters the AIDS walk after witnessing his friend Popeye dying of AIDS by using contaminated needles. He manages to "win" the competition (actually killing all the other participants) and after having taken the prize he sees Popeye's face in the sky. He doesn't even recognize him!
-->[[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments '''Captain Hero:''' ''Who the hell is that asshole?'']]
** In a sense, during the role-playing session, Xandir forgets his promise to Chocolandra Love as soon as she's dead.
* FourFingeredHands: In keeping with the characters' various animation styles, the more realistically drawn human characters -- Hero, Foxxy, Clara, and Xandir -- have five fingers on each hand, but the more "cartoony" characters, Toot and Wooldoor, only have four.
* FriendToAllLivingThings: Spoofed with Clara.
* FullyAutomaticClipShow: The two Xandir "girlfriend" montages in the first episode.
* TheFundamentalist: Clara.
* TheFunInFuneral: Two funerals are held in the show. HilarityEnsues.
* FunWithSubtitles: Ling-Ling's subtitles are used as the basis for numerous gags.
* FunnyForeigner: Ling-Ling is a stereotype of Asian people, including mangling pronunciations of the few English words he speaks, talking primarily in [[AsLongAsItSoundsForeign Foreign-Sounding Gibberish]], having stereotypical Asian sexual fetishes, and so on.
* {{Gasshole}}: Spanky. He even draws out a fart for a ''[[OverlyLongGag full minute]]'' in one episode.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The Mexican dub has the profanity beeped out, but the beep is only short enough to cover a single letter (Ex: Pend*jo), making the cuss words painfully obvious.
** Painfully? More like hilariously.
* GirlOnGirlIsHot: Foxxy and Clara's first, ''very'' deep kiss was milked for all its worth.
* AGodAmI: Wooldoor in the second season episode "Terms of Endearment"
-->'''Wooldoor:''' ''You ask me if I have a God complex? I AM God...''
* GodGuise: Toot ends up in India and is worshiped by Hindus as a talking cow.
* GoodbyeCruelWorld: Said by Xandir as he [[DrivenToSuicide kills himself]]... over and over.
* 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.
* {{Gorn}} And looots of it.
* [[TemporalParadox Grandfather Paradox]]: Captain Hero almost causes his younger self to commit suicide, and ends.
* GrandFinale: TheMovie titled ''The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie!''.
* GrossoutShow: Ugh. So. Very. Much. Seriously this isn't a show you want to be eating anything while watching.
* GrossUpCloseUp
* GrotesqueCute: Strawberry Sweetcake and hell, Ling-Ling.
* HandInTheHole: Parodied.
* HandsomeLech: Captain Hero.
* HeroicBSOD: Xandir gets one for half of a two-part episode when the field trip (to the mall) he was supervising takes a turn for the worse.
** Wooldoor gets one in TheMovie when he learns that the show has been canceled.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler: In the movie, Clara lets the guards kill her so the others will be able to escape.]]
** [[spoiler: Also in the movie, the Jew Producer.]]
* HeroicComedicSociopath: Captain Hero, Ling-Ling in early episodes.
* HighPressureBlood: Toot as a "blood fountain".
* HollywoodHomely:[[invoked]] Parodied. Foxxy and Clara both have perfect bodies; Toot is only slightly pudgy, yet is treated as if she's as big as a whale. Unfortunately, the show tends to undermine this by actually drawing her fat and gross for a cheap joke now and again.
* HookerWithAHeartOfGold: Foxxy as "Chocalandra" in "A Very Special ''Drawn Together'' Afterschool Special".
** Also Foxxy normally, since she's blatantly shown to have sex for money and be the most caring member of the household.
* HypocriticalHumor
* IfItsYouItsOkay: The otherwise straight Wooldoor Sockbat is extremely infatuated with Captain Hero.
** Then there was the scene in season one where Spanky, Hero, and Wooldoor all took turns playing spin the bottle with each other, culminating in a three-person mouth orgy.
-->The bottle points to Wooldoor: "WHEE!!"\\
'''Captain Hero:''' "Hey! If you're going to be gay about this, you can't play!" He proceeds to kiss him.
* IJustShotMarvinInTheFace: [[spoiler: In the final episode, The Jew Producer runs offstage in despair to commit suicide. He somehow manages to accidentally shoot dead at least three stage hands, after each time screaming "No! I shot another stage hand! Why do things like this keep happening to me! I can't take it anymore!" and then trying again, each time getting even more disparaged. He finally succeeds.]]
* ILoveTheDead: Captain Hero ''really'' has a thing for dead bodies. Season Three is packed to the brim with jokes about how much he loves them, and in TheMovie, he carries a girl's corpse around for the entire movie, calling her his girlfriend, "Molly".
* ImDyingPleaseTakeMyMacGuffin: In "Breakfast Food Killer", the murdered cereal mascot Quackers gives Toot four of the five golden [=UPC=] codes before he dies, imploring her to find the fifth so they can bring down the evil cereal empire.
* IndianBurialGround: "Ghostesses in the Slot Machine"
* InformedJudaism: The Jew Producer. Other than the name, there's no indication of his Jewishness.
** Until the movie.
* 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
* ITakeOffenseToThatLastOne: A nice example in "Drawn Together Babies".
-->'''Baby Xandir:''' You ass-kissing adopted homo!\\
'''Baby Captain Hero:''' I am NOT adopted!
* JapaneseRanguage: A very common gag with Ling-Ling.
* {{Jerkass}}: Some more so than others, but all of them display JerkAss tendencies at times.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: ...and even all of the jerks have their caring moments. Even Spanky will stand up for a dying Clara, even when she's been standing against him for the entire episode.
* {{Keet}}: Wooldoor.
* KillEmAll: [[spoiler: The ending of two episodes, as well as the movie.]]
* KillerRabbit: Ling-Ling.
* KnightTemplar: Captain Hero and sometimes Clara.
* LampshadeWearing: Spanky at the beginning of "Charlotte's Web of Lies." Well, with a traffic cone, anyway.
** Also in the first episode, Spanky is seen wearing a lampshade while taking a dump into a cantaloupe. First sober, then drunk.
* LanternJawOfJustice: Parodied.
* LawyerFriendlyCameo: Oh so many; it is a parody of animation after all.
* LeastRhymableWord: There's a first season episode that has Foxxy give the cast a "sex ed" talk as if she were a MisplacedKindergartenTeacher and the rest of the cast (obligingly) act like kindergartners. She rhymes "pee pee" with "teepee", but when she gets to vagina, she calls it a "gigi", which in her words "rhymes with puppy...but not very well."
* LegalJailbait: Parodied with Strawberry Sweetcake.
-->'''Spanky Ham:''' How old are you, Strawberry Sweetcake? Eight?\\
'''Strawberry Sweetcake:''' More like eighteen, silly-billy! I just taste eight.\\
'''Spanky Ham:''' (grinning) She's so legal!
* LifetimeMovieOfTheWeek: Parodied heavily in the VerySpecialEpisode.
* LimitedWardrobe: All the characters.
* LongTitle: The episode "Wooldoor Sockbat's Giggle-Wiggle Funny Tickle Non-Traditional Progressive Multicultural Roundtable!" A bit of trivia: the Italian dubbing goes the opposite way and bluntly renames the episode "Gay Franchise/{{Terminator}}", after the featured villain.
** Let's not forget the limbless undercover sting unit in "Little Orphan Hero" called the "Special Tactical Operations Unit To Catch People Who Set Up Suicide Hotlines Because Of A Reality Show Challenge And Then Didn't Follow Through On Them So They Cause The People Who Needed Them To Take Their Own Lives And Then They Change Their Minds When They Realize Not All People Should Be Forced To Live So They Try To Assist Someone In Euthanasia". Or the STOUTCPWSUSHBOARSCATDFTOTSTCTPWNTTTTMWTRNAPSBFTLSTTTASIE for short.
* LyricalDissonance: In one episode, Foxxy sings a song called "Crashy Smashy Die Die Die." The song describes a horrible car accident that killed her bandmates, but it is musically upbeat and catchy.
* MaleGaze
* ManipulativeEditing: The show's producer openly admits that he does this, and he persists with it despite the housemates' objections.
** Lampshaded by Foxxy Love: "Goddamn white producers and their goddamn white flashes. They can edit us to make us say whatever they want. My [''edit''] taint [''edit''] is [''edit''] made [''edit''] out [''edit''] of [''edit''] bacon. [''shakes fist''] STOP IT! Now where was I? Oh yeah... My taint? 100% pure bacon, y'all."
* ManufacturingVictims: Season three's "Toot Goes Bollywood" has Foxxy going into therapy for her nymphomania. The psychiatrist, Wooldoor, implants a false memory of childhood sexual abuse, and this false memory takes over her life. Ruining her life, making her end up in jail, and make her murder a lot of innocent people - in that order.
* MeatOVision: Several times with Toot, and once with Spanky.
* MilesGloriosus: Captain Hero.
* MissConception: Clara is tricked into thinking that being kissed by Foxxy impregnated her.
* MisterSeahorse: Parodied; Xandir, Captain Hero, and Wooldoor have been jokingly suggested to have the ability to become pregnant.
* TheMovie: A direct to video one. Called ''The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie!'', no less.
* MsFanservice: Foxxy Love, Clara, Clara's cousin Bleh.
* MushroomSamba: In one episode, Ling-Ling's fur secretes a hallucinogen whenever he's disappointed. In another, Toot starts hallucinating after drinking saltwater.
* NativeAmericanCasino: "Ghostesses in the Slot Machine"
* NegativeContinuity: Like most things, heavily {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d. As they say in the show, "Continuity is for bedpans".
-->'''Wooldoor:''' We can't all keep dying and then coming back to life the next episode IT'S TOTALLY ILLOGICAL!
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Clara's character was partly inspired by Julie from ''TheRealWorld: New Orleans'', the show's first Mormon housemate, known for her unenlightened views based on her sheltered upbringing (though she learned as she went along and had made a complete turnaround by the time she appeared in a later crossover series).
** By the same token, Spanky was originally based on Puck from ''The Real World: San Francisco'', although this characterization was pretty much gone by the end of the first season.
* NoodleIncident: Why you dissin' on Tori?
** She knows what she did.
** "That was one crazy Yom Kippur"
** "Right, Craig?!"
** "Oh Lil'Timmy. Momma misses you."
* NoPeriodsPeriod: Averted like ''hell''.
* NothingCanStopUsNow: Spanky's use of "Nothing can ''possibly'' go wrong!" is always followed by something going wrong.
* NWordPrivileges: Judaism is mocked ruthlessly. Both creators are Jewish.
* ObituaryMontage: Spoofed in the series finale.
* OffModel: Some early third season episodes suffered from this, particularly "Wooldoor Sockbat's Roundtable" and "Spelling Applebee's".
* OhAndXDies: Less than two minutes into TheMovie, we find out that [[spoiler:Clara]] is going to die.
* OlderThanTheyLook: Implied with Foxxy, who looks to be in her early-to-mid twenties but has a teenage ''grandson''.
** Toot is a "20s Sex Symbol" in confessional captions, which also say she is 22. [[CaptainObvious This continuity issue isn't given much attention]].
* OnlySaneMan: Foxxy was this at the beginning of the series, though by the end, it was Spanky more often than not. In fact, Wooldoor even {{lampshade|Hanging}}s this in the series, when he asks Foxxy for her advice on one occasion because she's "The only one in the house who isn't completely retarded."
* OperatorFromIndia: Mocked in "Toot Goes Bollywood"; even the nation's [[ArtisticLicenseHistory king]] is seen taking tech support calls.
* OrgasmicCombat: Clara and Foxxy in the first episode.
* OutOfFocus: All characters not named Captain Hero.
* OutsideInsideSlur: Godzilla calls Ling-Ling a Twinkie ("yellow on outside, white on inside") for turning his back on his Asian heritage.
* OverlyLongGag: Several times; the most notorious is probably Spanky Ham farting for an entire minute. Usually the outros are overly long gags. More frequent in the earlier episodes.
* PantyShot: Toot, quite often.
* ParentalIncest: Clara's father seems to be sexually attracted to her, and Clara is so [[VirginityMakesYouStupid naive]], she equates this with paternal love. Foxxy also has an unhealthy fixation on her own father ([[spoiler: Uncle Ben, of rice fame]]), who went to get cigarettes over 20 years ago and never came back.
* PinballProtagonist: Xandir in most episodes which focus on him, particularly the afterschool special.
* PingPongNaivete: Captain Hero and Princess Clara both exhibit this quite a bit.
* PitySex: Xandir throwing Toot a "mercy-f**k"
* {{Pixellation}}: Spoofed in the first episode. Foxxy gives Clara the middle finger, but Clara is unable to tell because "Foxxy's hand went all blurry".
* PlotInducedStupidity: Captain Hero to an incredible extent.
* PoorlyDisguisedPilot: The SpinoffBabies episode was intended as a possible one if the parent show got cancelled; the network wasn't interested.
* PopUpTrivia: The clip shows do this, though the "trivia" notes are fake.
* PositiveDiscrimination: Though she has her moments of {{Flanderization}} like the rest of them, Foxxy is often portrayed as the only person in the house with any sense.
* PrecisionFStrike: Princess Clara curses much, much less than the other characters, and as a result, it tends to be hilarious when she does so. [[ClusterFBomb Strongly averted with everyone else, however]].
* PreMortemOneLiner: Captain Hero, upon thwarting the supervillain "Two Hands" ([[ItMakesSenseInContext actually just Xandir in disguise]][[note]]Captain Hero wanted to prove to his mother that he was a competent superhero, so he had Xandir dress up and attack her, just so he could save her.[[/note]]):
-->I have a new name for you, Two Hands!\\
''[punches him in the stomach and rips out his intestines]''\\
[[JustForPun "Semi Colon"!]]
* PrettyInMink: Captain Hero buys a fur-trimmed coat after winning a bet with Spanky that he could get Clara's cousin Bleh to sleep with him. Later in the episode, Bleh is shown wearing an identical coat, having made a similar bet with one of her friends.
* PrincessClassic: After her rebellious phase, Clara turns into a parody of this.
* RapidFireComedy
* ReadingAheadInTheScript: In TheMovie, when trapped in a slowly-filling underwater carriage and at a loss for what to do next, the housemates listen to the DVD commentary.
* ReadingTheStageDirectionsOutLoud: Foxxy does this while running a suicide hotline in "Little Orphan Hero".
-->'''Foxxy Love:''' Thank you for calling the suicide hotline. My name is "line". How can I help you? Remember to sound like you care.
* RealityShowGenreBlindness: Only Foxxy seems to have any sense of GenreSavvy with regard to reality shows, and even with her, it comes and goes.
* RealityTVShowMansion
* ReallyGetsAround: Foxxy Love.
* RearrangeTheSong: The final episode featured many of the show's songs being performed in radically different arrangements from their previous renditions. The show also rearranged its own theme song on occasion to suit the needs of certain episodes.
* RebelliousPrincess: Clara in the first season.
* RefugeInAudacity: There doesn't seem to be a limit to the show's audaciousness.
* RelaxOVision
* TheResolutionWillNotBeTelevised: The show's final episode was a network-mandated on-the-cheap clip show that both the fans and the show people were dissatisfied with. The series' proper resolution came in the form of a direct-to-DVD movie.
* RetroactiveWish: In the first episode.
* [[RequisiteRoyalRegalia Royal Crown]]: Although her outfit is relatively [[ModestRoyalty modest]] by princess standards, Clara is almost never without her tiara.
* RhetoricalQuestionBlunder: A variant happens with Toot in "Alzheimer's That Ends Well," when her happy/excited "Oooh, what's this?" questions are mistaken for genuine confusion, causing the rest of the gang to put her in a nursing home.
* RichInDollarsPoorInSense: A ''very'' early character trait of Clara's, mostly forgotten after the first episode.
* RightInFrontOfMe: When Xandir asks PacMan not to tell his ex, Ms. Pac-Man, who is friends with Xandir's girlfriend, about his sexuality, he finds out that [[TertiarySexualCharacteristics Ms. Pac-Man is Pac-Man with a bow]].
* RoguesGallery: Hero's consists of Scroto; the Koala Bear Rapist; the Gigantic Midget; the Mad Libber (and his henchman, Quadriple-Jack); the Mad Felcher; and the most confused supervillain of all: Senor Eskimo Goldberg (''"What the hell '''am''' I?!"'').
* RuleOfFunny: The show ''lives'' by this trope.
* RuleOfThree: Wooldoor lampshades and ruins this joke forever by pointing it out to everybody with "Now my show can entertain kids, annoy adults, AND funny third thing!". It will be hard to enjoy any joke like that again.
* RunningGag
** "Uh, DUUUUUUUUUH!" (accompanied by donkey noise)
** "I should kill you where you stand!"
* SassyBlackWoman: Foxxy Love.
* SatelliteCharacter: Steve from Long Island. First appeared in "Clum Babies", as Ling-Ling's friend [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin from Long Island]] to be Ling-Ling's wingman at the clubs. Started [[TheCameo randomly showing up]] in later episodes that had nothing to do with Ling-Ling.
* ScoobyDoobyDoors: Parodied in the ''La La La La Labia'' video. They even show you how they work!
* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Comedy Central's screening schedule was erratic, to say the least. The show would often be off the schedule for ''months''; many viewers assumed it was cancelled long before it actually was.
** Lampshaded by the plot of the direct-to-DVD sequel, obviously.
* SelfDeprecation: Seasons Two and Three are especially rife with jokes about how bad the show is, especially one episode in season 2 where the housemates fight back against an ''Entertainment Weekly'' article writer who graded their show an "F" [which happened in real life]. ''Entertainment Weekly'', of course, got wind of the episode and branded ''that'' one with an "F" as well.
* ShortRunInPeru: The second half of Season Three, delayed by Comedy Central for almost a year, was broadcast in Latin America two weeks before the US.
* ShoutOut: Many, even to ''Series/SesameStreet'', with the gang randomly impersonating the Yip Yips.
** In one episode Toot goes to her FatCamp reunion and [[Film/{{Carrie}} has pig's blood dropped on her.]]
** In season 1, episode 4, there's an extended Franchise/StarWars shoutout with Toot and Jabba the Hutt and Xandir in Leia's slave outfit. There's even a carbonited Han Solo that she eats like ice cream.
*** In "Capt. Hero's Marriage Pact" Capt. Hero daydreams that Toot is Chewbacca, Xandir is !!C-3PO, Clara is Leia, and Wooldoor is !!R2-D2 from the Ceremony Scene.
** MuppetBabies
** FatAlbertAndTheCosbyKids
** WesternAnimation/SchoolHouseRock
** They even send a shout out to [[Series/TheDailyShow Jon Stewart]] via LampshadeHanging.
** Wooldoor at one points escapes a buried coffin and travels through the earth to the surface. What game interface is used to show this moment? '''VideoGame/DigDug'''.
** In season 2 episode 6, Captain Hero violated a rule stating that superheroes can't bet on their own matches. The code number of that rule? [[Literature/LesMiserables 24601]]
* ShowerOfAngst: Parodied twice, first with Captain Hero and then later with Xandir.
* ShutUpKirk
-->'''Mickey Mouse''': Gosh, you've really given me something to think about, Spanky... WHILE I KILL THOSE POLITICALLY INCORRECT FREAKS! [[EvilLaugh AH HA HA HA]]!
* SlidingScaleOfContinuity: Level 1 (Negative Continuity), as exemplified by the fact it is the subject of the page quote for NegativeContinuity.
* {{Smurfing}}: In "Captain Girl". [[PardonMyKlingon As you know]], all nonce words (or in this case, holes in the riddle text of the Mad Libber, which has the same effect) default to "male genital" if noun and "having sex" if verb. Guess what happens when there are more holes than words in the text. (Averted again when finally some sanity sets in and the holes are filled with more sensible choices:)
-->Spanky Ham: But there should be ''at least'' one penis in the text!
* TheSociopath: This is a series FULL of sociopaths. Even to get a real kick out of that everyone are this, excluding Foxxy, Xandir, and Wooldoor.
** Spanky Ham is the perfect example. LackOfEmpathy, deceives or puts people in horrible situations for their own convenience, is unpleasant, obnoxious, sadistic, greedy and manipulative.
** Captain Hero is not far behind either. He is a frequent lack of empathy, not afraid to do heinous acts, has a problem of childhood, even raped his own parents.
* SpellingBee: "Spelling Applebee's".
* SpinoffBabies: The "Drawn Together Babies" episode.
** Ironically, as they were making fun of shows that did this, this was even a possible REAL spin-off series, but the network didn't go for it.
* SpoofAesop: Quite common.
* StairsAreFaster: A ridiculously exaggerated example. Events in the episode have left Captain Hero a quadriplegic. At one point he has to ascend a ludicrously long flight of stairs in his wheelchair. Just a moment after he finally reaches the top, his housemates arrive by elevator.
* StalkerWithACrush: Foxxy's grandson to Toot.
* StartMyOwn: Captain Hero decides to start his own fraternity after being rejected by what be believes is a fraternity next door. The fact that it's not a fraternity at all but merely a family of Greek immigrants never occurs to him.
* StatusQuoIsGod: {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d more than once.
* StayingAlive: Taken to a ridiculous degree. The cast even began {{lampshad|eHanging}}ing it after a while.
* {{Sting}}: Frequently.
* 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).
* SuperMode: Ling Ling sprouts [[Franchise/DragonBall Super Saiyan 3]] hair out of his back in the first episode while trying to make Clara and later Toot accept his challenges.
* TakeThat: Against ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' in TheMovie.
--> You can't be funny unless you're also relentlessly preachy.
* TakeThatCritics: After ''Entertainment Weekly'' gave the show an F, the show devoted an entire episode to lashing out at them over it, but sort of [[ZigZaggingTrope zig-zagged with it]]. They mocked the reviewer, but admitted the criticism was fair, regardless of that. EW still gave them another F for that one.
** Added to that, Spanky on the person who reviewed the show: "No wonder! You're a Jewish conservative pro-life born-again overweight Asian homophobic lesbian broad who cuts herself! YOU'RE NOT OUR TARGET AUDIENCE!"
* TalkingToHimself: A small handful of performers, also members of the main cast, voice most of the guest roles on the series. TaraStrong even [[ActingForTwo voices two ''main'' characters]], Clara and Toot.
* TalksLikeASimile: The show is very fond of these, and they become progressively more warped as the series goes along.
* TechnicalVirgin: Clara never has straight-up coitus over the entire course of the series, but she does get her rocks off in some odd ways, like car accidents.
* TemptingFate: At the end of "Dirty Pranking No. 2"
--> '''Clara:''' I just love happy endings!
--> ''*Robot Insectoids With Hats break in and kill everyone*''
* ThatPoorCat: A cat scream is heard any time an object falls or is thrown offscreen.
* ThemeMusicPowerUp: "Ling-Ling into battle go! ... Kill kill kill die die die!"
* TheyKilledKennyAgain: The entire cast, but Toot and Ling-Ling especially.
--> '''Wooldoor:''' We can't all keep dying and then coming back the next episode! It's totally ''illogical''!
--> ''(previously dead)'' '''Ling Ling:''' Tell me about it.
* ThirdPersonPerson: Now, the Foxxy will frequently talk in third person, y'all.
* TitleDrop: A running gag; {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in "Lost in Parking Space, Part 2", where it becomes a BerserkButton for Spanky.
* ToadLicking: In "The Other Cousin", Xandir, Toot, and Wooldoor discover that Ling-Ling secretes a hallucinogen whenever he is disappointed. After directly referencing the similarity to toads, they proceed to lick the life out of him.
* TonightSomeoneDies: Spoofed.
* TooKinkyToTorture: Captain Hero can get off on most ''anything'', and [[MadeOfIron the more painful, the better]].
* TooSoon: "Terms of Endearment" was shelved for over a year following the death of Christopher Reeve, whose paralyzing horse riding accident was parodied in the episode.
** Bit of FridgeLogic as to why they would draw the line ''there'' of all places.
* TotemPoleTrench: Taken to extremes in the [[SomethingCompletelyDifferent episode]] [[TheOneWith where they were]] [[SpinOffBabies all babies]]. In the same episode the doctor was [[DressedToHeal four babies in a lab coat]].
* TransparentCloset: Xandir in episodes 1 and 2, after which he becomes CampGay.
* TwoferTokenMinority: Foxxy.
* TwoLinesNoWaiting: Most episodes; many times the two stories don't even intersect with each other.
** {{Lampshaded}} in "The Lemon-AIDS Walk", where the separate plots are Hero training for an [=AIDS=] walk and Wooldoor getting caught stealing from the mall. Wooldoor is leaving the mall security office when Hero, having joined the Mall Walkers, shoves him aside, shouting, "Out of the way, subplot. Main story coming through!"
** Also lampshaded in "A Tale of Two Cows", when Toot, who is away in her own plot that week, materializes out of nowhere to comment on the ridiculousness of the main plot.
--> '''Toot:''' Thank God I'm in the ''other'' story.
* UnderwearOfPower: Xandir.
* TheUnintelligible: Ling-Ling.
* VaginaDentata: The Octopussoir again.
* VagueAge: Wooldoor; in the earliest episodes of the show, the characters ages were shown whenever they were in the confessionals. Wooldoor's age was the only one not given, being shown as "??"
** It's been hinted that he might be thirteen.
* VerbalTic: Suck My Taint Girl occasionally replaces "taint" with another word in her speech.
* VerySpecialEpisode: Spoofed.
* VirginityMakesYouStupid: Clara.
-->'''Foxxy:''' It turned out that the princess didn't know a damn thing about sex. How does she get guys to pay her rent?
* VocalEvolution: Clara's voice got deeper and less chirpy over the course of the series, while the opposite happened to Foxxy and Toot. Spanky's voice got gruffer, to the point of becoming distinguishable from Adam Carolla's natural speaking voice.
* WackySoundEffect: Wooldoor first and foremost, but the others get their fair share.
* WhatTheHellHero: In reaction to Captain Hero, appropriately enough.
* WhenEldersAttack: Happens to Toot in "Alzheimer's That Ends Well" and Foxxy in the movie.
* WhiteDwarfStarlet: Toot.
* WholePlotReference: Numerous episodes.
* WigDressAccent: Spoofed.
* {{X-Ray Vision}}: Captain Hero. It's no particular surprise [[PowerPerversionPotential what he uses it for]].
* YouAlreadyChangedThePast: Captain Hero manages to contact himself in the past, instructing his younger self to do humiliating/horrible things, one of which gives him his name. His older self explains it by saying that he's getting revenge because [[TemporalParadox someone did the same thing to him when he was younger]].
* YouKnowImBlackRight: Clara's remarks to Foxxy in the first episode.
* YourMakeupIsRunning
* YouNeedToGetLaid: Toot; she's generally considered far too unpleasant to ever have sex with. She's even challenged to find some as one plot. [[spoiler: She gets the entire Indian sub-continent to have sex with her, because they thought she was a sacred talking cow.]]
** Despite this, she seems to have had sex with Xandir, Captain Hero, and Clara, as well as threesomes with Foxxy and Spanky, and Ling-Ling and a Mexican hooker.
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