Kröd Mändoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire, Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand Up Revolution,, 2000s American adult animated television series, 2000s American black comedy television series, 2000s American LGBT-related comedy television series, 2000s American satirical television series, 2000s American surreal comedy television series, American adult animated comedy television series, American adult animated musical television series, American adult animated superhero television series, American animated television shows featuring anthropomorphic characters, Comedy Central animated television series, Television series created by Matt Silverstein, Articles with empty sections from June 2020, Articles needing additional references from May 2020, All articles needing additional references, Articles with unsourced statements from August 2013, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Uncensored and extended versions of every episode, Commentary by Dave Jeser and Matt Silverstein (along with cast and crew) on "Hot Tub", "Clara's Dirty Little Secret", "The Other Cousin", and "The One Wherein There Is a Big Twist", Karaoke/sing-along versions of the show's songs, Commentary by Dave Jeser and Matt Silverstein (along with cast and crew) on "Clum Babies", "Super Nanny", "Terms of Endearment", and "A Very Special Drawn Together Afterschool Special", Commentary on the commentary of "Terms of Endearment", Behind the scenes interviews with the cast and creators, Commentary by Dave Jeser and Matt Silverstein (along with cast and crew) on "Freaks & Greeks", "Lost in Parking Space, Part One", "Drawn Together Babies", and "Breakfast Food Killer", Original network promos from all three seasons, D.I.Y. In the series finale, "American Idol Parody Clip Show", vocals from backstage indicate he kills two stagehands, then himself. It is unknown if Molly is in fact the woman's real name, or if Captain Hero made it up for her. Whereas most of the characters are drawn with black outlines, Clara and items belonging to her are drawn with soft edges, a reference to Disney animation techniques, which involve "cleanup" of any black outlines. [6], One of the hallmarks of a Drawn Together episode is music. However, when she discovers that her first victim is Foxxy, she realizes her mistake and rededicates her life to God, becoming a much kinder and sympathetic individual. Despite all this, he and his son share an obvious bond with each other.
"Drawing to a Close: 'The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie! However, later episodes have her as harsh, strident, fundamentalist and intolerant. The original series aired on Comedy Central between 2004 and 2007, with a revival season premiering on Nick After Dark, with reruns also on Comedy Central, in October 2024. It was revealed in "Wooldoor Sockbat's Giggle-Wiggle Funny Tickle Non-Traditional Progressive Multicultural Roundtable!" Xandir is extremely sensitive, and easily scared or worried; among reality show archetypes, he represents the token gay participant. Season Three Uncensored was released on May 13, 2008. The show breaks the fourth wall regularly; on one occasion, the show mocks Adam Carolla, the voice of Spanky Ham. If the player loses, his or her character is kissed or felt up by Spanky instead (if the player plays as Spanky, he is banned from the hot tub due to health department regulations). Among reality show archetypes, she is the manipulative, although later evolves into the dumpy fat/unpopular girl archetype. Whether he is widowed or divorced is not mentioned. It begins with Toast and Ice Cream talking to each other.

He got murdered at the ending by Bob, along with Princess Clara, Foxxy, Spanky Ham, Ling-Ling, Ni-Pul, Captain Hero, Xandlir, and more other people. 2" and became more sympathetic; although Spanky kept bullying Wooldoor and making fun of Xandir, his behavior in this regard was more mischievous than malicious. In one episode, Toot found a cheat code manual attached to a PlayStation 2 controller in the attic. In the past, Jun-Jee had a tendency to miss important events in his son's life. Comedy Central's original tagline for the show was "Find out what happens when cartoon characters stop being polite... and start making out in hot tubs," referring to Clara and Foxxy's kiss in the pilot episode. Toot Braunstein A spoof of Betty Boop, Toot is a feisty black-and-white former sex symbol who had her glory days in the 1920s. Two of Drawn Together's guest stars also came from the casts of earlier Jeser/Silverstein projects: "The Other Cousin" guest star Sarah Silverman (from Greg the Bunny) and Carolla's Man Show co-host Jimmy Kimmel, who guest-starred in "Xandir and Tim, Sitting in a Tree" and "Alzheimer's That Ends Well". He drives a carriage, sometimes while drunk (which, according to Clara's evil stepmother, is the reason Clara's mother is no longer around). One such example is in "The Other Cousin" and "N.R.A.y RAY", in which Toot is pictured with a penis, something that is not consistent with other episodes. Drawn Together was an animated series on Comedy Central aimed at mature audiences. Contrasting, Toot is drawn in the grainy, high-contrast monochrome of her era's technology. The original cast returned to voice their characters and features the guest voice of Seth MacFarlane as "I.S.R.A.E.L." : (no longer available) Released in conjunction with the movie. In "Charlotte's Web of Lies", an actor is dressed like Steve and has a musical number in "Drawn Together: The Musical". A bizarre children's show character in the mold of SpongeBob SquarePants and Stimpy with many of the typical reality-defying behaviors as seen in the Looney Tunes cartoons and the Tex Avery-directed MGM animated shorts. However, toward the end of the first season, Ham bonded with Clara in "Dirty Pranking No. Season Two Uncensored was released on September 25, 2007. His favorite activity is watching strippers, whose activities he always refers to as "the ballet"; in fact, his preoccupation with strippers made his relationship with Clara an emotionally distant one, since he always spent more time with strippers than he did with his daughter. If he is successful, the guilty party is shown swirling around a toilet, which the player can then flush. His real name has not been revealed on the show. A crazy and violent spoof of Pikachu from the Pokémon franchise with an exclamation mark for a tail who battles using various supernatural abilities and speaks in pseudo-Japanese gibberish (or "Japorean", as DiGregorio calls it; which is a portmanteau on Japanese and Korean) with English subtitles. It is later revealed that the Suck My Taint Girl was the one who tricked them, and in fact, hates Drawn Together, as well as being in a relationship with the Network Head. USA Today deemed Drawn Together "the smutty offspring of Real World and Superfriends", stating that the pilot pushed the limits of taste, being overpowered by violence, sex, and disgusting subject matter. Comedian Adam Carolla rounds out the cast.Members of the show's voice cast have previously collaborated with each other on numerous other projects prior to Drawn Together. She is based on Betty Boop. Once they escape from I.S.R.A.E.L., Foxxy insists that the way for them to survive is to get their TV show back on the air. Toot demands to be the center of attention, cuts herself with razor blades, eats excessively when depressed and often instigates conflict in the house. In "Ghostesses in the Slot Machine", she is revealed to have a strong Electra complex towards her father, originated from him preferring to be with strippers rather than her, which makes her even have simulated lesbian sex with Foxxy in front of him. The show is adult-oriented and heavily laden with shock comedy, with plot lines revolving around such topics as the fact that Princess Clara's vagina is a multi-tentacled monster (a theme found in a number of hentai films), and, the humor is largely humorously dark and satirical in nature, its primary focus being the mockery of stereotypes.