Fox is obviously returning to form with another animated family comedy, as if their entire Sunday night line-up weren't enough. I yearn for animated shows that dare to be a little different like South Park, Futurama and The Venture Bros.
However, the show involves hamburgers and as a hamburger fan I may give it a shot. It is a bit of a concern that Fox is overdoing it with the animated shows. Perhaps Cartoon Network and Fox should just switch names and be done with it.
Also, based on the photo doesn't the main character look a little like Luigi from the Mario Brothers? Will he have a thick Italian accent as well?
- Beat Club - Volume 1; Volume 2
- The Big Valley - Season 1
- Grounded for Life - Season 2
- Here Come the Brides - The Complete 1st Season
- Hill Street Blues - The Complete 2nd Season
- Home Movies - Season 4
- Monarch of the Glen - Series 4
- Mystery Science Theater 3000 - Collection: Volume 9
- Supernanny - Season 1
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Volume 21: Hun On The Run
- That Girl - Season 1
Comedian and musician Brendon Small, creator of Home Movies, one of the greatest shows ever made, animated or otherwise, is appearing, sans clothes, in the April issue of Playgirl, which is on newsstands now. Apparently he appears wearing only a Viking helmet (but not on his head). Anyway, Small is working on his new show, Dethklok, about a popular death metal band consisting of American and Norwegian musicians. Brendon describes the band as being "...a million times bigger than the Beatles. But a million times more dangerous and a million times more stupid."
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