Although, DT does stick more with it's plot the FG does, so that's why I watch it.
((And the spoof was really an acknowledgement to South Park's popularity.
Spanky: Where are we?
Foxxy: Chile, this is South Park!
Spanky: Now THIS place is funny. I bet if we lived here, more people would watch.
Which is entirely true. If they were featured in South Park, I'd definetley watch more of their show. :D))
A 7-11 is a 24-hour convenience store and a smurf is a small blue fictional cartoon character.
I hope its not going to go off the air.
all the rest...
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It tried to be crude, but unlike SP, the crudeness was almost always out of context and pleading to be noticed. It left me cold, fer sure. I didn't hate it like Family Guy, but I didn't bother to watch it again.
Is that thing still on tv?
It's actually funny reading this thread and it's like people are saying 'NO CARTOON IS BETTER THAN SOUTH PARK!!!11783!'
People actually shouldn't putn Drawn Together is the same catergory as South Park. It's more along the lines of Bro Town, The Boondocks. They're funny but not exactley raised up to the bar as cartoons such as SP and The Simpsons.
It's allright, I guess. I mean, after South Park, I knew there was nothing that couldn't be said or done on TV. But, still, It's worth to watch the show because of the way it mocks both cartoons and reality shows. I wish they made more episodes centering in the house and its dwellers. It seems most episodes nowadays they travel to someplace or do something that has worldwide effect...
As for Southpark and The Simpsons ( 90's cartoon) this reailty tv show is very interesting and awesome songs
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