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Adored by the Network: Has been renewed for a third season despite low ratings and practically every review (on- and offline) ripping the show apart for being yet another animated sitcom trying to be edgy and vulgar like Family Guy post-2005 (or South Park in its early days).
Maurice LaMarche is the NASA chief on "Mission to Mars," Flamey the Bear on "My Favorite Bear," and Connie's demon child on "Aparkalypse".
Sweet Dee (Kaitlin Olson) quit her job at Paddy's Pub and became a park ranger — at least in season one. From season two on, Ethel is voiced by comedian Natasha Leggero, who voiced Callie on the short-lived Comedy Central show Ugly Americans.
Denzel is voiced by Jerry Minor, a former cast member of Saturday Night Live (he was on the show from 2000-2001note season 26; the season that brought back the male/female anchor pairing to Weekend Update, which hasn't been seen since season seven with Brian Doyle-Murray, Christine Ebersol, and Mary Gross, with Jimmy Fallon and Tina Fey) and Mr. Show.
Tress MacNeille voices the lesbians Steve befriends on the episode "In Da Club" and the Secretary of the Interior (as well as the bag of weed that shows what Denzel's life will be like if he stops smoking pot) in "Old Wounds."
Carlos Alazraqui voiced Warden Tiny Smalls in "Scared Straight" and the Sky Mall CEO on "Baby Daddy."note the voice he uses for the Sky Mall CEO sounds like Dinkleburg from The Fairly Oddparents
Hungary's dubbing choices are...interesting: Denzel's voice actor is the dub voice for Harry Potter, Steve's is the dub voice for Pegasus on the Super S season of Sailor Moon, Malloy's is the dub voice for Humpty Dumpty/Eggs Benedict, Ethel's is the dub voice for Zoey on the Total Drama series, Connie's is the dub voice for Francine Smith, and Woody's is the dub voice for Jake the Dog.
Playing Against Type: Woody is a lot more vulgar than Tom Kenny's usual roles (usually he plays cheery goofballs and comically serious authoritative types). On top of that, you wouldn't know it was him, because the voice he uses for Woody has not been heard anywhere else. His supporting roles (such as Dr. Kuzniak, which actually is similar to that one time he played Dr. Fist on The Cleveland Show, but Dr. Fist is not like Dr. Kuzniak) are just as vulgar.