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One of the best indie series, that has never even made it onto television as of this writing, all started with an sketch at a small improv theater.
Sure, the children's dolls, the over-the-top vulgarity and cursing, the many references in which today's audiences may not understand sometimes, and frequent Toilet Humor may turn away many a newcomer, but trust me, it's well worth the stay.
Story-wise, it starts out simple and gag-orientated, but everything grows far more complex after the worldbuilding from Season 1. There's no loose ends, no blue-balling (*cough* Steven Universe *cough*), many humorous callbacks to keep things up-to-date, plenty of well-developed and diverse characters, an unchanging Grey and Gray Morality, dramatic monologues, amazing plot twists, even a few tearjerking moments, and the animation just grows over the seasons.
To sum it up, amateur-created, adult-orientated Barbie Stop Motion MPGiS is a bizarre and yet utterly brilliant masterpiece of a raunchy dramedy.
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