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->''"They stylized down the characters, which is ok--I actually used to watch the cartoons to figure out what not to do--how not to time, how not to handle the different levels of cels, don't cut that corner because it's gonna be too obvious, 'cause the corners they cut were unbelievable."''
-->-- Animator '''Frank Gladstone''' on the 1960's made-for-tv Al Brodax {{Popeye}} cartoons

Even WesternAnimation has its hilarious bummers.
* ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ckBH-bF4OAw A Kitten Named Bow]]'', which was very obviously dubbed for English-speaking audiences due to completely [[HongKongDub non-existent lip sync]]. Characters [[CaptainObvious tend to point out the obvious]], especially in the first cartoon; they go ''out of their way'' to explain what is happening on-screen, even when they're not supposed to speak. The dialogue only consists of slow line delivery and [[CatchPhrase "Bow]] [[VerbalTic wow!"]] But the horrible dubbing somehow makes it entertaining, albeit for all the wrong reasons.
* The ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' episode "Out of the Past" is arguably one of the darkest and most depressing in the series... but it starts out with one of the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K2p02DfyzCE most ridiculously-goofy examples]] of StylisticSuck in a cartoon. Complete with a lampshade from [[DeadpanSnarker Bruce]].
--> '''Bruce''': You hate me, don't you?
* ''WesternAnimation/TheBeatles''. There's a lot of OffModel, especially with Creator/JohnLennon. Ringo's the incompetent, bumbling ButtMonkey, and John sounds American. ''None'' of the voice actors are played by actual [[Music/TheBeatles Beatles]], no matter what the credits may tell you. The cartoon ''feels'' wrong, and that is why it rules.
** It's also the reason the Beatles' manager Brian Epstein ordered the cartoons never be shown in England, even though Apple--the group's corporate entity--now owns them.
** In fact, Music/GeorgeHarrison used the phrase "so bad it's good" almost verbatim when discussing the show in an interview.
-->'''Harrison:''' I always kind of liked them. They were so bad or silly they were good, if you know what I mean. And I think the passage of time might make them more fun now.
* ''WesternAnimation/BeverlyHillsTeens'': It's the embodiment of every cheesy thing about the 80's, has no idea of what target audience it wants to appeal to, every episode is packed with clichés, and most characters tend to be one-dimensional (but kind of likable). Still it manages to somehow be very charming, and is quite funny when watched with the right mindset.
* ''WesternAnimation/CaptainPlanetAndThePlaneteers''. A show about an earth spirit who gives five teenagers mystical rings that gives (four of) them badass ElementalPowers (and the fifth one gets, [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway uh, something else]]) should make for some quality entertainment, right? Instead we get [[{{Anvilicious}} preachy aesops]] about [[GreenAesop environmentalism]] and why [[StrawmanPolitical white Americans suck]]. We also get [[CardCarryingVillain idiotic villains]] who pollute the earth ''[[ForTheEvulz just for the sake of polluting it]]'' half the time and when the heroes [[AllYourPowersCombined combine their rings' power]], we get a green-mullet-headed, blue-skinned superhero who spouts terrible puns ''[[PungeonMaster every other second.]]'' A deep, rich source of {{Narm}}. But this ludicrous premise and execution has made it ''the'' reason to watch and has created many [[MemeticMutation forum-based memes]]. Plus, in addition to using [[FamilyFriendlyFirearms real guns]] and [[GRatedDrug real drugs]] and [[NeverSayDie real death]], it remains the only children's cartoon in history to have [[VerySpecialEpisode an episode about AIDS]].
-->"AIDS is the best thing to come along since the black plague!"
-->"NO WAY! AIDS stinks!"
** [[MsFanservice Linka]]. If she's not your type, you can always laugh at the combination of {{tsundere}} and [[StrawCharacter Strawman Political]].
** The fact that Ma-Ti technically has [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower the best superpower of the five]] but still manages to be the most useless is simultaneously frustrating and hilarious.
** And there's a part where UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler manages to weaken Captain Planet by ''staring'' at him because [[ThePowerOfHate his hatred acts as a form of pollution,]] [[WeaksauceWeakness which Captain Planet is weak to.]] Yes, [[https://youtu.be/V0MVuWDc5RQ this actually happens.]]
** One of the few actually-good parts of the series was the decent soundtrack. The credits theme starts to veer into so-bad-it's-good-ness by being [[EarWorm cheesy but catchy]], and even the opening title sequence did a pretty good job of establishing the series in a tasteful, even somewhat dignified manner. Then season 6 changed the intro to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aon3SdpYins this]]. It consists of scary green goblin lips atonally "singing" a bizarre rap song which calls Captain Planet a "Mega Mac Daddy of Ecology" backed up with comedy wah-wah saxophones, one-key-at-a-time piano playing and what sounds like a morse code machine. It's ironic that this gloriously terrible intro was introduced late in the series when the show's animation improved.
* The two animated ''ComicBook/ChickTracts'' adaptations by 3D animation outfit [[http://www.littleshots3d.com/ Littleshots]]: the Chick Brand™ EasyEvangelism and dubious Biblical accuracy of "The Sissy" and the [[ShootTheShaggyDog Shaggy Dog-shooting]] "Tiny Shoes". The combination of already SBIG nature of the source material, CGI that makes ''WesternAnimation/BoysOfValor'' look like ''Disney/BigHero6'' and zero-budget sound and voice acting form a hypnotically bad whole. Both are available in their entirety on YouTube, in addition to reviews by ''WebVideo/TheBibleReloaded'' (available [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKBvnFzr7yk here]] and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6-V7DaM604 here]]).
* ''WesternAnimation/ChuckNorrisKarateKommandos''. Hilarious, at least [[http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=wSU1Lvxy9Sk the opening]]. But it has So Bad It's Good Moments with the zany fight scenes, horrible acting, and Super Ninja's (oh no, he's a ninja, and he's super?!) effeminate voice. [[http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=kDTjMooYTBE Here are some of the "best" moments.]]
%% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FiARsQSlzDc Colin's Bear]]
* ''WesternAnimation/DennisTheMenace'' has an in-universe example. In "The Price of Stardom", Dennis becomes the prop man for a Heidi-esque play starring Margaret and Mr. Wilson. During the performance, Dennis turns on a giant fan, has Mr. Wilson dress [[FanDisservice in a swimsuit]] for a costume change, drops a bag of fake snow on Margaret and opens a trap door that Mr. Wilson happens to be standing on at the time. The audience laughs throughout the entire performance and cheers when the play ends.
%% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L3iBLpVSmNs Dominator]].
* Most aspects of the French animated series based on ''WesternAnimation/DonkeyKongCountry'' actually aren't all that bad. The characters are accurate to their game counterparts and have likeable personalities, some of the jokes written for the show are genuinely funny, and though the mere presence of singing in the show can be unsettling to new viewers, the songs themselves aren't bad. However, it still tends to be mentioned in these sorts of situations because the ''animation'', perhaps the first thing people notice about cartoons, really ''is'' So Bad It's Good, and in some people's opinions has thus become by far the biggest reason to watch the show. The [[http://combotron.tumblr.com/post/37385685823/one-of-my-favourite-games-to-play-online-is-watch badly-deformed]] character models fall into the UncannyValley with such force, they bounce back out of its depths and end up looking hilarious, rather than scary.
* The [[WesternAnimation/JoeOrioloFelixTheCat Felix the Cat TV cartoons]] made by Creator/JoeOriolo from the late 50's/early 60's. They had around 6,000$ per episode, [[WritingByTheSeatOfYourPants had to crank out three new episodes per week and had mere hours to write the stories]], and it ''shows''. Between the [[NoBudget ultra low budget]] and [[LimitedAnimation extremely rushed animation]], [[{{Narm}} very slow and stilted voice acting]] and cheesy as Limburger writing that [[IdiotPlot frequently relies on contrived stupidity to get things going]], and stories that range from asinine to downright bizarre, this incarnation of WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat is mainly liked by fans for either nostalgic value or for a cheap laugh.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheFonzAndTheHappyDaysGang'', with its [[WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs ridiculous concept]] (three characters from the sitcom ''Series/HappyDays'' travel in time with an anthropomorphic dog and a magical girl from the future in order to return to TheFifties), the show's tendency to [[CanonSue treat Fonzie as a god]], [[ClicheStorm it hitting every cliche]] in UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation era Creator/HannaBarbera's book, and the animation being so limited that the characters are smiling when enemies attempt to kill them, makes it an entertaining show for all the wrong reasons.
** Although contrary to popular belief, the series did not come about because Hanna-Barbara couldn't get the rights to [[http://www.cbr.com/tv-legends-revealed-was-doctor-who-replaced-in-a-cartoon-by-fonzie/ Doctor Who]]. Its' similarities are a happy accident.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheFruitties''. The show's premise was that a bunch of sentient fruits and veggies had to move from their old volcano home after it shows signs of erupting... and that specific plot only lasts for the first two episodes to give way to the main characters having various adventures. It had ''very'' LimitedAnimation and [[StockFootage recycled its own footage]] in spades. Episode plots consisted of [[ClicheStorm cliches galore]]. And yet, it can be hard not to laugh at it sometimes. It helps that [[Creator/DoconFilmsProductions the company that made it]] is infamous for most of their cartoons being of low quality.
* ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeExtreme''. Between the laughable live-action sequences, the hammy acting, and the pitiful animation, it has something for everyone to laugh at.
* Once you strip away the NostalgiaGoggles, [[WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983 He-Man]]'s appeal boils down to this. All the AccidentalInnuendo and HoYay certainly help.
* ''WesternAnimation/JibberJabber''. The characters crawled out from the deepest pit in the UncannyValley. The whole series is [[{{Narm}} ridiculously cheesy.]] ''That's'' what makes it so hilarious!
%% Creator/JohnCandy's ''WesternAnimation/CampCandy''.
* The Mel-O-Toons shorts from the early 1960s are yet another unholy union of low budget animation and voiceover. Like the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMoIgoyjWbg Paul Bunyan]] and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y7WT4Y08o_s David and Goliath]] shorts. Just try to keep a straight face as you [[CriticalResearchFailure learn all kinds of amazing things about Paul Bunyan that they didn't teach you in grade school]]. When watching the latter, pay particular attention to [[{{Narm}} Goliath's booming voice, frightening battle stance and grisly death]].
* The entire premise of the animated series ''WesternAnimation/TheMightyDucks''. The series was about a group of hockey-playing, crime-fighting anthropomorphic alien ducks from a hockey-obsessed planet called "Puckworld" in another dimension. Despite the [[ThisIsYourPremiseOnDrugs utterly ridiculous set-up]], though, the series is surprisingly much, much better than it sounds. Unfortunately, no one seemed willing to give it much of a chance, and it was [[ShortRunners cancelled after only one season]].
* Ladies and gentleman, ''WesternAnimation/TheMightyHercules''. Voice acting to make VideoGame/ResidentEvil proud, a shoestring budget, and some serious HoYay make this one so unforgettably bad that just about anyone will enjoy it. Just try and watch an episode without ''peeing yourself in laughter''. ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72HORlpW7H4 Here's one; go for it, you know you want to.]]''
* ''WesternAnimation/MissionHill'' has an InUniverse example in the episode "Plan 9 From Mission Hill". It turns out Wally made a Sci-Fi movie years ago that starred Gus, was full of plot holes, lousy special effects, and had a ''hat'' for a flying saucer. He has made every effort to [[OldShame make sure it is never seen by anyone]] until an old revival theater gets a hold of it and the movie gains legions of followers for how entertaining it is.
* There is a [[WesternAnimation/MisterT Mr. T. animated series.]] It features the T-man delivering live-action segments at the beginning and end. It's spectacularly {{Anvilicious}}... and the opening credits feature T. ''spinning a crocodile over his head''. [[http://www.agonybooth.com/recaps/Mister_T/ Consult]] Website/TheAgonyBooth for more information.
* The ''WesternAnimation/MonsterHigh'' movies are full of this trope. The plots are silly, the characters are vague, the humor is incredibly cheesy, they're full of {{anvilicious}} "accepting others" aesops...but they're just so goofy and ''fun'' it's nearly impossible to hate them.
* ''[[WesternAnimation/MutilatorHeroOfTheWasteland Mutilator: Hero of the Wasteland]]'' is an early 90s animation project in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWLE-1xpBtU two]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BUXkQ7puw4 parts]]. It is horrible in every way imaginable: the art looks like something out of ''Liquid Television'' that didn't age well with perspective and anatomical issues up the hole, the sound is poorly mixed (with voices barely audible), and the plot is even worse: a man with a mechanical arm kills things in the wasteland. Yet somehow, the combination of these poor elements is nothing short of hilarious today. A cursory look through the [=YouTube=] comments reveals a general attitude that this was too good to last.
** Imagine, if you will, Creator/RobLiefeld's drawing used as a starting point, and then animated by the same people who made the Philips CD-i ''Zelda'' games, on a shoestring budget, while everyone involved was [[WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs high as a kite]], and you'll get close to understanding the animation style.
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeMe'' is this to some, due to the combination of its {{animesque}} yet poorly animated UsefulNotes/AdobeFlash look, [[{{Troperiffic}} cramming in every anime and]] SliceOfLife [[ClicheStorm trope known to man]], and the existence of [[CoolTeacher Mr. Towes]].
* ''NFL [=RushZone=]: Guardians of the Core''. It reaches ''Film/TheRoom'' levels of this. The animation sucks, the characters are either dull, or blatant stereotypes, and the plot is a muddled mess. But, it's so awful it becomes very entertaining, and fun to riff on. Oh and the main character, Ish (yes, [[WhoNamesTheirKidDude that is his actual name]]) looks like Music/MichaelJackson, which is how it gained the nickname "MJ FOOTBALL".
** The second season kicks this up a notch with the presense of [[HamAndCheese Wild Card]].
%% Creator/RickMoranis' ''WesternAnimation/GravedaleHigh''.
* The 1960's made-for-tv WesternAnimation/{{Popeye}} cartoons, produced by Al Brodax, amounts to almost 230 episodes of animation hastily produced on a shoestring budget, and at a breakneck pace of almost two years, and was farmed out to a variety of studios across the earth--and it shows in every episode. They have abysmal animation, countless animation goofs and suffer from inane story ideas, stilted scripts, humor more stale than sawdust bread, and downright boneheaded filmmaking choices--"Popeye and the Giant" stands out as being one of the worst of them, due to its incomprehensible plot (Bluto makes Wimpy grow giant by sneaking grow pills in his burgers so he can sell him to a circus, that backfires so he teams up with the Sea Hag to...deliver the Giant Wimpy as a doorstop baby to Popeye, who cures him with essence of hamburgers), animation that varies between sloppy to just plain bizarre, bloopers that you don't even need to freeze frame to see (such as a plate of burgers inexplicably being suspended on a flat colored background in the middle of nowhere), and some of the worst editing ever committed to a cartoon (the first minute with Popeye walking and Wimpy saying his trademark line have absolutely ''nothing'' to do with the rest of the cartoon).
* An in-universe one happens in ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife'' (''JustForFun/WackyDelly'' of course).
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Sidekick}}'' has known to fans for toilet humour, cruelty to Eric (one of the main characters), the stupidity of the characters except for Kitty and Mandy and some dumb elements of the show. However, it dosen't stop people from liking the show as it was played for laughs, great character designs and romantic relationships between the characters.
* [[WesternAnimation/SpiderMan1967 The 1960s Spider-Man cartoon]] counts. While the show did have many genuine fans, it also has a large So Bad, It's Good fandom. All the camp of the Adam West Batman show (being as it, like the Batman show, crawled out of the goldmine of So Bad It's Good that was UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}}) add to that the most unsuitable voice ever for the guy who plays Spider-Man, low budget animation, and stock footage used over and over again, and it's very difficult for most viewers not to laugh at the hideous result. A monstrosity IN COLOR!
** Funnily enough, unlike ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'', [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMdh4DkslVk it had a lot less network watch]], although there are still UnfortunateImplications, it remains funny, plus it gave us this gem...
--->'''Spider-Man:''' This is for the man you killed.\\
([[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome He punches Uncle Ben's murderer so hard he]] ''[[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome breaks through the door]]'')
** And speaking of color, the garish splattering of mismatched hues thrown all over the place (especially the sky) made New York City appear more radioactive than the ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'' universe.
%%* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' (Do not simply say that the show has a lot of detractors. Say what is bad about the show and why people watch it regardless. A remake being more comedic than the original does not make the remake bad.)
* ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' had an in-universe example when Buster, Babs and Plucky decided to make a non-comedy film. One of the studio's heads actually mentioned the trope. He didn't like it enough to the point of giving them other serious roles but enough to readmit them in comedy.
* Gene Deitch was quite brilliant in his 1950s stylized modern work; he took the stodgy, flagging Terrytoons in an interesting direction. But when he took on the ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' franchise in the early 1960s, it went in a whole weird Eastern European-filtered direction.
* ''Tony Hawk's Boom Boom Sabotage''. The villain is a [[JerkassWoobie demented]] [[EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette circus]] [[CrappyCarnival ringmaster]], and his [[TheDragon dragon]] is a vicious, snarling midget pirate; they have many HoYay moments. The heroes consist of five teenage skateboarders and DistressedDude Tony Hawk. The [[IdiotPlot storyline]] is utterly disturbed and often takes a backseat to skateboarding sequences, the subtitles often render dialogue as 'unintelligible', and the [[SoOkayItsAverage animation]]... [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking is satisfactory.]] Only because of all this is it worth seeing (with the subtitles on for maximum amusement!).
* ''WesternAnimation/ToxicCrusaders'', which ditched the R-rated qualities of ''Film/TheToxicAvenger'' and replaced them with hilariously ridiculous dialogue, plots, and animation. Many things made no sense whatsoever: Toxie went to live in the town dump after his mom suggested it, even though she had no problem in later episodes visiting him or boasting that he's her son. He also mentions later that he and his friends need to "pay rent" -- [[FridgeLogic to the dump?!]] All the mutants were called, ''every single time,'' [[InsistentTerminology "hideously deformed mutants of superhuman size and strength."]] There were constant [[AssPull ass pulls]]: when a MadScientist creates french fries that turn anyone who eats them into nearsighted, forgetful old people - his own words - it turns out that putting pepper on them turns the mutagen chemicals into bubble gum, which negates the process. There is also a RunningGag in which the BigBad's main henchperson Psycho will predict, with eerie accuracy, ''exactly'' how their plans will be foiled. The BigBad [[TooDumbToLive never listens]]; once, he tells Psycho to stop spoiling things for him. There's also lampshade-hanging galore.
-->'''Junkyard''': Do we have time for a flashback?\\
'''Toxie''': Oh sure! It'll probably take Killemoff some time to come up with a new plan to destroy us.
** After Killemoff loads a giant monster truck on a barge which predictably [[CassandraTruth (Psycho said it would)]] sinks the whole thing to the bottom of the river:
-->'''Killemoff:''' [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall I thought this sort of thing only happened in cartoons.]]
* This is what most animated adaptions of video games tend to be.
** All three of the ''WesternAnimation/SuperMarioBros'' cartoons fall into this, due to being loaded to the bursting point with outrageous animation errors, cringe-worthy writing, and HamAndCheese acting, which helped turned these series into [[FountainOfMemes Fountains of Memes]].
*** The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65uNCLBTje0 ending theme]] for ''Series/TheSuperMarioBrosSuperShow'' cartoon. [[DanceSensation Do the Mario!]]... the Mario being a dance where, as explained by the man himself, you "swing your arms from side to side", then "take one step, and then again."
-->'''Crow:''' [[Literature/TheEyeOfArgon You mean walking?]]
-->'''Mike:''' [[RunningGag Let's not jump to conclusions.]]
** ''WesternAnimation/CaptainNTheGameMaster''. A teenager enters the world of Creator/{{Nintendo}} games. Every character he meets - [[Franchise/{{Castlevania}} Simon Belmont]], VideoGame/{{Mega Man|Classic}}, [[VideoGame/KidIcarus Pit]] ([[IAmNotShazam named Kid Icarus]]), [[YouDontLookLikeYou is very unlike their in-game counterpart]] and has a terrible, exaggerated personality. Mega Man is short and ''green'' and says "Mega" in almost every sentence. Kid Icarus does the same by ending most of his sentences with the suffix "-icus". Simon Belmont wears goggles and acts like a vain ladies' man. And that's just the characters. The plots aren't particularly good either. Neither is the voice acting, Mega Man has a ''really'' gravelly voice, and Princess Lana and Kevin sound bored most of the time.
** Take one of the most violent and overly innuendo-filled fighting game series of all time, [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids attempt to make it family-friendly]], add a bespectacled tween magician for the young ones to associate with (''[[OlderThanTheyThink before]]'' ''Literature/HarryPotter'' took off!), and you get the American ''VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}}'' [[WesternAnimation/{{Darkstalkers}} animated series]], one of the best examples of unintentional So Bad It's Good ever. See why [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KiHRLUIZzs4 here]].
*** Three words: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdO-yO-bfrU Lord Raptor rapping]].
** The ''[[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfZelda Legend of Zelda]]'' cartoon has been the butt of numerous jokes for its poor animation, out-of-character portrayals of Link and Zelda, and especially its campy and [[TotallyRadical "really rad"]] dialogue. "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3D5tkAUNFa4 Well, EXCUUUUUUUUSE me, princess!]]"
** ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog''. Whoooooo boy. Where to begin? This cartoon suffers from cheap, OffModel animation and terrible writing, thanks to a low budget and a five-days-a-week schedule that forced its creators to churn out more episodes rather than make better ones. This show lasted longer and had more episodes than its counterpart ''[[WesternAnimation/SonicSatAM SatAM]]''. But it is great riffing material! And those faces are so expressive. They make great [[MemeticMutation reaction pics]]! There's a reason it's a FountainOfMemes. ("[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyM1UGD8sqM SnooPING AS usual I see...]]" Anyone?)
*** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CcrtkiLEGbE Sonic the Hedgehog teaches us about sexual harassment...]] In the most over the top and noninformative way possible.
---> "Kids... That's NO GOOD!"
** The second ''[[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Sonic]]'' cartoon, ''[[WesternAnimation/SonicSatAM SatAM]]'', is actually considered pretty good, when if it has [[InNameOnly little to do with the games]]. The ''third'' cartoon, ''WesternAnimation/SonicUnderground'', however, is either this or just plain bad depending on who you ask.
** The 90's ''WesternAnimation/StreetFighter'' cartoon has an almost completely ironic fandom and is a veritable FountainOfMemes thanks to its lamentable animation, hammy acting (especialy Richard Newman's M. Bison, who steal every scenes he's in) and often stupid and strange writing.
* ''WesternAnimation/WildGrinders'' has awful animation, cliched plots that make no sense, and pretty much should be called teen stereotype TV. It has gotten to the point to where everyone who watches it watches it to laugh at how bad it is.
* ''WesternAnimation/KungFuDinoPosse'': A ClicheStorm of a TeenageMutantSamuraiWombats cartoon with one-note StockDinosaurs for characters...yet it's so enjoyable in how it embraces the clichés of shows with similar formulas.