An Canadian animated tv series created by Mark Bishop and Matt Hornburg, It tells the story of Mark Dexler, a guy looking for love in all the wrong places (and usually the strange places too)Mark's friends are:
Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking - To convince a doctor he is insane, Anderson mentions a slew of crazy jobs he has. And that he also worked for one week in Gap Kids.
Anything That Moves - While, for the most part, the group dates and does normal people, sometimes things can get...bizarre. At one point, Mark comments being turned on by a pack of wolves.
Atlantis - Russell Peters recruits the group in an attempt to find it.
Bad Boss - Denise routinely comes on to both Mark and Bryce (the latter of which she actually had sex with), Bryce, while not Mark's actual boss, is an authority figure and actively enjoys humiliating him and VJ, taking a picture of VJ with a golf-putting device on his genitals just to drive up his Facebook traffic.
Bald of Evil - Discussed by Sam and Woody when her date, Carl, is bald. According to Woody, all bald men are evil.
Bank Robbery - Bonnie does one. The plot of "Bonnie and Mark" deals with the escapade after the robbery.
The Bartender - Both Woody and Celia, although Woody goes on his own adventures. The life of one is discussed by Mark and Woody in "Brother from Another Tanning Booth."
Batman-Gambit - Connie, a weathergirl fired from her position due to a blunder by Mark, engineers one on him. It works.
Betty and Veronica - Mark dates Shari, who is intellectual and witty, and her puppet Malory, who is foul-mouthed, makes sexual jokes, and is downright rude to Sam and Anderson. Mark considers Malory real, not interested in Shari at all unless Malory is a part of it.
Big Eater - Vince's superior officer is always seen eating.
Bi the Way - Woody is shown actively chasing girls, but he makes a comment about having a number of sugar daddies.
Mark also brings a condom when he's up for promotion; he'll do anything for his boss Brian Booyah.
Vince comments that his male superior officer has a sweet ass.
Blondes are Evil - Some of Mark's Girl of the Week's are more evil than others, and, lo and behold, they are blonde. This includes Bonnie (a bank robber), Brie (who commits an insurance scam with her family), Connie (who humiliates Mark on national television) Diana (a gold digger) and Charity (who cheats the boys out of a car). Not all blondes are evil, like Cherry Sundae, or Astrid and Annika.
Con Man - Anderson is one by profession, although Sam also likes to engage in cons herself.
An Irish "leprachaun" and his hot daughter, Fiona, are ones.
Conjoined Twins - An opposite sex pair, actually, Derek and Donna, who become interested in Sam and VJ when they are glued together. As it turns out, they were unknowingly joined together by their father, who had a sick sense of humor and died from a heart attack before he could tell them.
Fish out of Water - Rina, VJ's finance from an arranged marriage, who is "an illiterate from a pissant village", who draws water from an airplane bathroom. She eventually adapts after hooking up with VJ's cousin, leaving him at the altar.
Good Angel, Bad Angel - When Mark thinks Lila is crazy, little versions of Woody and VJ appear on his shoulder. Woody tells Mark to sleep with her, and VJ says he'd sleep with her if she was a glue-huffing troll.
Going Commando - Connie, a weathergirl and one of Mark's dates, has to do this when Mark (unbeknowst to her), steals her panties. A strong gust of wind causes her to flash her audience. After this happens, though, she doesn't put any more panties on, continuing to flash her audience.
Gold Digger - Diana, who is only interested in Mark if he has a yacht.
Hooker With A Heartof Gold - Marie-Claire. She offers sex to Mark in exchange for a kidney transplant to save her little brother Gene. Gene is legitimately dying and Marie-Claire does live up to her end of the bargain.
Innocent Innuendo - There are two white-trash, slutty girls who, when Woody asks if he's seen them before, tells him he saw their video: Two Girls, One Cup (a pornographic film). However, their version is actually the two girls dropping sugar cubes into a single cup of tea and the both of the them drinking it. The trope becomes subverted when, in the second scene, they do a gang-bang with a pack of jealous wolves.
Internal Affairs - Vince is one of these cops. The person he investigates, Valerie is horribly corrupt and it's treated like a good thing, so not played like the normal Internal Affairs member.
The Internet Is for Porn: VJ watches so much internet porn that he eventually discovers that he watched all the porn on the internet. A sexy computer voice congratulates him on finishing the internet and his computer shuts down for good.
Laser-Guided Karma - Charity, a Girl of the Week uses her feminine wiles to cheat Mark, VJ, and Vikram out of a car, then backs out of her promises and drives away in the car...promptly getting into a car accident.
Papa Wolf - The unnamed merman is one for his underage daughter whom VJ beds.
Product Placement - Once an episode, Doctor Love is either mentioned or on a billboard.
Psychic Powers - Archangel. Magically made drinks appear, tricked a robber with illusions, and read Sam's mind to figure out her childhood dream was to have Slinkies for arms. Works incredibly, except when he gets Illusionial dysfunction.
Weirdness Magnet - Most of the girls Mark goes out with usually have some sort of quirk. Perhaps the only exception is Janey.
Where Da White Women At? - Woody constantly, in the episode "Brother From Another Tanning Booth" Mark and Woody change “colour” when they each get their skin lightened/darkened, black Mark proves this.