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About as SFW as it's going to get.

"My name is Peepoodo, I like to sing on sunny days!
It's so exciting too, when all my friends come out to play
Each day brings mystery, and adventures all the way
OH wowee, I can't wait to see whatever's coming next!"
The English theme song

Don't let the thumbnail fool you, this cartoon is NOT for kids.

Peepoodo & the Super Fuck Friends (stylized as Peepoodo and the Superf**k Friends, and changed to Peepoodo & the Super Space Friends in season 2) is a French adult animated series created by animator Balak (co-creator of Les Kassos and Last Man) for the Blackpills app that parodies the typical Edutainment Show in a hilariously NSFW way. And we do mean NSFW; it revolves around Funny Animal characters who constantly have their junk hanging out, and every episode has another extremely sexual topic. You may need a shower after watching, that's for sure.

The first season was first released July 16, 2018 in French, and spanned 18 episodes. The English dub was released May 2, 2019 on the official website. A Kickstarter was made for pitching a second season with 8 episodes, and the first episode of it was eventually released on April 7, 2021.

Peepoodo & the Super Fuck Tropes!

  • All Men Are Perverts: Every male character is pretty damn horny, and will brazenly indulge their desires at the drop of a hat. However...
  • All Women Are Lustful: Every female in the series also has an extreme sex drive, with the exception of Dr. Pussycat, who seems to have more self-control. And even she's not above, say, humping a phallic object for the sake of an end joke.
  • Animals Lack Attributes: Completely averted. All the characters are anthropomorphic animals who are clearly shown to be anatomically correct.
  • Animesque: The show is from France and uses a lot of anime-inspired sequences and expressive faces, along with making references to anime in promotional art.
  • Anthropomorphic Zig-Zag: Mostly, the characters could just as well be humans, but in one episode there are two pandas who demonstrate real panda's infamous 1-3 day fertility period.
  • Art-Style Dissonance: It has a cute and bright colorful art style similar to many children's shows. However, the title alone should clue you in about what kind of show it is.
  • Ass Shove: Mr. Rabbit has a fetish for shoving things, mostly vegetables, up his ass.
  • Bottle Episode: One story revolves around Tuffalo settling at home to masturbate, only to be repeatedly interrupted by various inconveniences (mostly Peepoodo).
  • Broken Aesop: Played at least somewhat intentionally for laughs. Sex and sexuality are normal, natural, and nothing to be ashamed of. Also, sexual acts and bodies are absolutely disgusting.
  • Brutish Bulls: Every time you need a Troubled Sympathetic Bigot to deliver An Aesop, Tuffalo is there for you.
  • Cluster F-Bomb: It's literally in the title. Characters in the show frequently use swear words and sexual references.
  • Comically Missing the Point: Dr. Pussycat becomes increasingly frustrated with the panda couple constantly misunderstanding the intent of her attempts to help invigorate their nonexistent sex life. A case in point, they critique an adult film for its lackluster story and use the provided toys as pins for a toss game.
  • Coming-Out Story: After a touching (but offscreen) heart-to-heart conversation with Dr. Pussycat, the character we previously knew as Kevin concludes one episode by coming out as a trans woman and identifying as Evelyne. It sticks for the remainder of the series.
  • Crapsaccharine World: At first the show looks like a lighthearted children's show, with cartoon animal characters living in the woods and having fun together, but then you find out that Tuffalo is extremely bigoted and the cast is made up of characters with a woefully poor grasp on sexual education (i.e., why their genitals are covered with oozing sores, why they shouldn't put pinecones in their uretheras.)
  • Denser and Wackier: While the first season was certainly already wacky, it was mostly contained to a single town and balanced the raunchy content with educational material reasonably well for the most part. Season 2 is mostly focused on movie and anime parodies and takes place in space after the Earth was destroyed and the cast has to prevent the end of the universe altogether in the last few episodes.
  • Destructo-Nookie: In Sesson 2, Beatrix loved Peepoodo's "Peepoodong" so much, she traveled across the stars after him and plotted this, risking the destruction of the entire universe for one epic orgasm. She almost succeeded.
    • This happened post-coitous between them both at the end of Season 1. Peepoodo's expanded... tool was so powerful and out of control, he accidentally destroyed the planet by the time his friends cured him.
  • Double Standard Rape: Female on Male: Discussed and defied in Episode 4. At first, the recently-freed Amazonian warriors are happy to grab the three main characters (who were turned into penises) and have their way with them, but Peepodoo calls them out for objectifying them and using them without consent. The Amazonian women realize their behavior was just reinforcing the same patriarchal standards that kept them oppressed for so long, and vow not to oppress anybody going forward.
  • Early Installment Character-Design Difference: Dr. Pussycat has a fairly simplistic design in the first two episodes, but after that she looks different. Interestingly enough in the last episode that she looks like this, her new form is still in the after-credit scene.
  • Early-Installment Weirdness: The first three episodes each have an "Everybody Laughs" Ending, but this was suddenly ditched.
  • Edutainment Show: The show claims to be a "Sex Education show for kids over 18" and gives factual information about the taboo subject.
  • Ethical Slut: Dr. Pussycat acts as the Only Sane Man to the other characters and is always there to solve conflicts, but she's no exception to the All Women Are Lustful trope.
  • "Everybody Dies" Ending. The season 2 final has the Balak writers attempt to enforce this, but Monique defies it with the help of her and Peepoodo's voice actors.
  • Everyone Is Bi: Peepoodo, Dr. Pussycat, and Evelyn are all bi and willing to screw men as well as women, as was Peepoodo's boyfriend Tonio, as his infidelity was discovered by Peepoodo catching him shagging several women.
  • Fanservice/Fan Disservice: The show's adult premise is double-edged, for better or worse. For all of the uncensored Yiff moments, there are also squick-worthy ones, either for educational purposes, fetish fuel, or flat-out shock value.
  • Feminist Fantasy: In one episode, Peepoodo and his friends get turned into walking penises by a witch for spying on her bathing and being misogynistic in general. Their quest to fix their predicament both parodies the trope (requiring them to slay a dragon inspired by the patriarchy) and earnestly imparts the wisdom to rise above sexism. Until Tuffalo idiotically ruins it with a sexist crack, leading to their transformation into walking anuses.
  • Formula-Breaking Episode: One episode consists entirely a radio show segment hosted by Tuffalo and Dr. Pussycat, the former acting as a Dumbass DJ. The two-parter, "A Christmas Crime", also largely adopts a Law & Order and crime documentary style.
  • Funny Animal: All of the characters are anthropomorphic animals.
  • Furry Female Mane: Dr. Pussycat has a bright pink mane to simulate human hair.
  • Gag Penis: Peepoodo gets a comically enormous wang in the two-part finale, which channels parodies of Dragon Ball Z and AKIRA in the process.
  • Gamer Chick: Dr. Pussycat uses her knowledge of fighting games to defeat Baru Baru Chan and save Peepoodo. She then casually notes she's experienced with SNK tournaments.
  • Genre Shift: The first season is a slice-of-life show and a parody of Eduainment shows. The 2nd season has Peepoodo and his friends traveling to different planets in a spaceship.
  • Gratuitous German: Peepoodo's foreign friend peppers his sentences with German words and idioms.
  • Gratuitous Italian: Dr. Pussycat's erotic dream in episode 3 of season 2 was spoken in untranslated Italian.
  • Gratuitous Japanese: Baru Baru Chan uses a lot of Japanese terms.
  • Groin Attack:
    • An unusual variant occurs when Peepoodo, Kevin, and Tuffalo are transformed into sentient manhoods. After learning the quest they must undergo to regain their original forms, they elect to pledge their determination with a high-five. They regret it very quickly.
    • The Christmas special hypes up its parody of crime shows like Law & Order with the murder of "Santa Claus" and the removal of his, err, jingle bells. The conclusion reveals the police chief's moronic deputy secured them as ornaments.
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: Anthropomorphic animals only wearing shirts is played straight with nearly every character, except for the fact that Animals Lack Attributes is completely averted.
  • Home Porn Movie: Dr. Pussycat starred in a 12-VHS collection of this, each containing 3 hours of a specific kink or fetish she took part in. She claims that she only did it to pay off her medical school tuition. In a season 2 episode, one such video was sent through spacetime by Tuffulo and helped a dying race repopulate.
  • Hospital Hottie: Dr. Pussycat. One episode lampshades the trope, when Tuffalo's search for hospital-themed material uses descriptors matching her appearance, resulting in a video featuring a suspiciously similar-sounding doctor.
  • Humanoid Female Animal: Played straight with Dr. Pussycat compared to Peepoodo and Kevin, but averted in general since the male Tuffalo is also more humanoid than the others, while the female Lillyphant is on par with Peepoodo and Kevin.
  • Hypocritical Humor:
    • Dr. Pussycat does this in a Leaning on the Fourth Wall way when she, as the Ms. Fanservice of a cartoon show, says that "it's unrealistic to have sexual desire for a cartoon character". To hammer in the joke further, Tuffalo and Kevin openly lust over her in the background.
    • Peepoodo's pig friend has very unsavory scatological habits, but lashes out and condemns everyone for being disgusting when a sick Kevin accidentally sneezes on him.
  • Innocent Bigot: Tuffalo, arguably. He's never shown to actively hate any group of people, but he frequently shows near-insane ignorance on virtually all issues. He also more often than not seems willing to change his opinions, but he always ends up learning the exact wrong lesson, or immediately forgetting what he learned.
  • Karma Houdini: Tuffalo reveals he was the one who killed Santa (really a Dirty Old Man dressing for the part) in the Christmas special. But since "Santa" is a fictional persona, he gets away with it, since if Santa doesn't actually exist, then Santa can't be the murder victim. Therefore, there is no murder victim, and thus, no murder!
  • Kiss Me, I'm Virtual: Peepoodo develops an unhealthy addiction to pleasuring himself to video game character Baru Baru Chan, which leads to the latter completely dominating the life of the former.
  • The Loins Sleep Tonight: Peepoodo's grandfather has trouble getting it on with Peepoodo's grandmother because he can't get it up. After Dr. Pussycat determines the cause to be his consumption of grapefruit, he gets better, much to poor Peepoodo's horror.
  • Lions and Tigers and Humans... Oh, My!: Mostly averted, but the virtual Baru Baru Chan is human, as are the Amazons the guys rescue as part of their quest to regain their former forms.
  • Literal Metaphor: In "Witch", Peepoodo and his friends are turned into sentient penises (or literal dicks), because Tuffulo was acting like a "dick", to a fox witch, on their behalf. In the end, while they turn back to normal, Tuffulo's Ignored Epiphany makes him an "asshole", leading the trio to become sentient anuses (literal assholes).
  • Mature Animal Story: "Mature" probably isn't the correct word, but it's definitively a show for adults, what with all the nudity and sexual content.
  • Men Are Uncultured: If you compare Dr. Pussycat with the boorish male characters, this trope is definitely true.
  • Messy Pig: Played disturbingly straight with Peepoodo's German friend, who has interests parodying stereotypical German fetishes. Despite that, he's otherwise portrayed as a massive Neat Freak.
  • Mistaken for Misogynist: When Tuffalo and Kevin spy on the witch, Peepoodo asks what they are doing and voices his concern when they tell him. When the witch catches them (due to Peepoodo arguing with his friends), she punishes all three of them.
  • Morally Ambiguous Doctorate: Dr. Pussycat is deeply compassionate and competent at her job — and also rather fond of grabbing people and sexually stimulating them as a means of demonstrating whatever lesson she's trying to drive home.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Dr. Pussycat is more humanoid than the rest of the cast and several characters are attracted to her, including Tuffalo, Evelyn, Peepoodoo's grandpa, and an entire planet of aliens.
  • New Season, New Title: The series was retitled in its second season to "Peepoodo & the Super Space Friends", to reflect the new environment of the show.
  • Non-Humans Lack Attributes: Averted to hell and back; nearly everyone is half-nude, and their privates are always exposed for all to see.
  • Oktoberfest: Parodied in Oktoberfist, complete with plenty of alcohol to win the initially distrusting Tuffalo over.
  • Only Sane Woman: Dr. Pussycat often comes to the rescue with sound advice and a level head.
  • Opening Shout-Out: "Peepoodo is in Love" has a scene where the title sequence is parodied while Peepoodo sings about being in love with Tonio.
  • Pantsless Males, Fully-Dressed Females: Zigzagged. The first episode has three male characters and they're all pantsless, while Dr. Pussycat is fully clothed (well, she wears a labcoat and panties, but the important parts are all covered). However, the first episode also has Mrs. Bunny, who's a Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal just like the boys. Other, later aversions include the half-dressed female elephant Lillyphant and the (initially) fully dressed male foreign friend of Peepoodo. But then this trope comes back into play when Kevin comes out as Evelyn and goes from naked to fully dressed.
  • Parental Sexuality Squick: Understandable in Peepoodo's case, because his grandparents have crazed sex right in front of him.
  • Perverse Sexual Lust: Peepoodo for video game character Baru Baru Chan. It escalates to the point where he's sucked into the game itself and requires the others to save him.
    Dr. Pussycat: It's unrealistic to have sexual desire for a cartoon character!
  • Pink Girl, Blue Boy: Inverted with Peepoodo (who is male and pink) and Lillyphant (who is blue and female).
  • Raging Stiffie: An erection is the main focus of the final double episode, where it's used as both a metaphor for Peepoodo's desire to be an adult and a supply of anime parodies.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Dr. Pussycat is a medical professional who often solves the plot by explaining the sexual tropes who cause the problem of the episode to the other characters.
  • Sex Comedy: Obviously, there's a lot of sexual content, and most of it is played for laughs.
  • Sex Is Good: Despite the raunchiness of the show, a lot of the sex-based lessons are very positive in nature.
  • Sexposition: Used to explain sexual topics and often accompanied by medical chart illustrations.
  • Sexy Cat Person: Dr. Pussycat is an anthropomorphic cat and several of the characters find her attractive, including Tuffalo who actively masturbates to porn featuring her.
  • Shout-Out:
    • The Season 1 finale reminds people of AKIRA.
    Peepoodo: TUFFALOOOOOO!
    Tuffalo: PEEPOODOOOOO!
    • The primer has several posters that parody several pre-school shows like DJ Masks, Hello Lucie, Papa Pik, and Pat Papouille.
    • The 2nd episode of season 2 is called Handjob's Tale, and deals with a fertility crisis.
    • The third episode of season 2 is a Whole-Plot Reference to Alien, and the title is "In Space No One Can Hear You Cream", a reference to the film's tagline. During Tonio's deepest fantasy, Evelyn is naked and covered in pine cones, just like in American Beauty
    • Episode 6 of season 2 features multiple references to Saint Seiya note , to drive this home even further, the episode even pays homage to Saint Seiya's iconic background music.
    • The Balak staff have some mixed opinion about a Roger Rabbit-style plot when Monique meets them in the real world.
  • Subverted Kids' Show: With its cute characters, whimsical adventures, and lessons to learn, it's clearly a send-up of a children's show. But, with its explicit nudity, uncensored sex scenes and occasional raunchiness, both for educational and humorous purposes, it is absolutely NOT for children.
  • Surprisingly Realistic Outcome:
    • Mr. Rabbit suffers detrimental (and gross) consequences after repeatedly subjecting his posterior to one Ass Shove too many.
    • Dr. Pussycat leaves Peepoodo in charge of her clinic while she's away, telling him only to treat minor injuries. The resulting episode has Peepoodo completely disregard her advice and fail to assist anyone from his lack of medical knowledge.
    • The fad to completely shave one's body leads to a number of grotesque rashes, blotches, and infections from the loss of protective hair and the users' careless breaking of the skin. Of course, being Peepoodo, it's presented as a send-up of a Zombie Apocalypse.
    • More than once, Tuffalo quickly reverts back to his misogynist tendencies, as learning lessons gets trumped by long-standing bad habits.
  • Take That!: The first episode of the second season was one huge blatant jab at Netflix (in the form of Amaflix+) and self-censorship bureaus in general for being overly prudish, with Peepoodo, Tuffalo and Evelyne temporarily brainwashed into acting in a child-friendly and bland version of the series before Dr. Pussycat frees them and the Amaflix robots attempting to censor the main characters' nudity by cutting off their private parts. This essentially addresses how excessive censorship tends to get in the way of creative freedom.
  • Take That, Audience!: In a hypocritical way, Ms. Fanservice Dr. Pussycat thinks it's unrealistic to have sexual desire for a cartoon character. The scene cuts to Tuffalo and Evelyn drooling over her.
  • Teeny Weenie: Tuffalo has a micropenis and it has an effect on his mentality.
  • This Is Gonna Suck: After the witch Tuffalo and Kevin spied on turns them and Peepoodo back to normal after cursing them to be dicks, the latter two talk about how they learned a lesson on consent, while Tuffalo says that women act irrational because they get periods. Peepoodo and Kevin's faces show they know what's in store for them. The final scene shows the three of them have been turned into anuses note  and Dr. Pussycat asking if she can open a window while talking to them.
  • Toilet Humour:
    • The first episode has Peepoodo end up hit with a torrent of feces after Mr. Rabbit has the vegetables shoved up his ass removed.
    • "Oktoberfest" ends with Strubel and the pig women pissing and shitting everywhere.
  • Too Dumb to Live: Tuffalo, in addition to being extremely ignorant, is also extremely stupid, often having to go to Dr. Pussycat to help him with problems he very clearly gives himself. He is so dumb that in a promo for season 2, the cast is stuck on an island in space and Tuffalo causes half of their oxygen to deplete due to his recklessness.
  • Trash of the Titans: We see the inside of Tuffalo's house in one episode. There are stains everywhere, and the floor is covered in empty drink containers, cigarette butts, pinecones, and even feces.
  • Troubled Sympathetic Bigot: Tuffalo isn't the most tolerant member and is constantly rude to other people because of his small dick.
  • Unusually Uninteresting Sight: Episode 8 of Season 2 has Monique waking up in the real world, where she confronts the Balak staff about the plot to kill her and rest of the cast off. No one freaks out that they are talking to an animated cat woman with huge breasts, let alone one that they made or voiced.
  • Wolf Man: A Distaff Counterpart appears in the two-part finale, threatening to mutilate the main characters and then swooning over Peepoodo's Gag Penis.
  • Women Are Wiser: Played straight with Dr. Pussycat, whose smart about sexual health while the males of the cast frequently get injured (whether that's sticking carrots up the ass or pinecones up the urethra).
  • World of Funny Animals: Every character is an anthropomorphic animal.
  • Yiff: Lots of X-rated sex is in this series full of funny animals. All fully uncensored!
  • Zombie Apocalypse: A trend that pushes most of the animals to shave all their body hair and feathers reduces the lot of them to shambling, infection-ridden beasts who attack anything with hair. It's instantly resolved once a new trend that encourages massive hair growth gets their attention. Peepoodo and Dr. Pussycat end up shaved but spared from the zombiefication.