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PB&J Otter is similar to Happy Tree Friends

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PB&J Otter is similar to Happy Tree Friends

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The way Scootch bumps into things could be considered similar to the deaths in HTF


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Post on Mon Jun 02, 2014 10:15 pm by Flick Duck

Ummm how is that similar at all? Tongue
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Post on Tue Jun 03, 2014 2:29 am by CFullmetalgrl

..what?
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Post on Tue Jun 03, 2014 7:15 am by FLINTER

I say the show should have been banned from broadcast, because it contains way too much of stuff that's not suitable for preschoolers - whether it's incest scenes, sexual innuendos everywhere, erotic (noodle) dancing, songs with dual meaning (including songs that provoke suicide) & much more.  If the production was monitored by that Project Zero guys then I'm not sure how all the mentioned stuff did slip from their eyes/ears, unless it was intentional.  Among all shows for kids, this one is the kind of I wouldn't recommend watching.  Better to choose something like Backyardigans or even Little Einsteins - at least that one helps kids to get themselves ready for the stuff they will learn in school, besides it introduces them to wonderful classic music masterpieces... not the junk that's currently on tv/radio/youtube.
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Post on Tue Jun 03, 2014 5:04 pm by ChrisROCKSC23

FLINTER wrote:I say the show should have been banned from broadcast, because it contains way too much of stuff that's not suitable for preschoolers - whether it's incest scenes, sexual innuendos everywhere, erotic (noodle) dancing, songs with dual meaning (including songs that provoke suicide) & much more.  If the production was monitored by that Project Zero guys then I'm not sure how all the mentioned stuff did slip from their eyes/ears, unless it was intentional.  Among all shows for kids, this one is the kind of I wouldn't recommend watching.  Better to choose something like Backyardigans or even Little Einsteins - at least that one helps kids to get themselves ready for the stuff they will learn in school, besides it introduces them to wonderful classic music masterpieces... not the junk that's currently on tv/radio/youtube.
Really? I don't think so. If it did, it would have a TV-PG or a TV-14 rating.
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Post on Tue Jun 03, 2014 5:34 pm by FLINTER

Because the creators were clever enough to hide it so it would pass the rating as TV-Y.
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Post on Wed Jun 04, 2014 8:54 pm by Splouge

FLINTER wrote:I say the show should have been banned from broadcast, because it contains way too much of stuff that's not suitable for preschoolers - whether it's incest scenes, sexual innuendos everywhere, erotic (noodle) dancing, songs with dual meaning (including songs that provoke suicide) & much more.  If the production was monitored by that Project Zero guys then I'm not sure how all the mentioned stuff did slip from their eyes/ears, unless it was intentional.  Among all shows for kids, this one is the kind of I wouldn't recommend watching.  Better to choose something like Backyardigans or even Little Einsteins - at least that one helps kids to get themselves ready for the stuff they will learn in school, besides it introduces them to wonderful classic music masterpieces... not the junk that's currently on tv/radio/youtube.

The way you're acting, I'd think you're talking about Yo Gabba Gabba
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Post on Wed Jun 04, 2014 10:51 pm by Flick Duck

Splouge wrote:
FLINTER wrote:I say the show should have been banned from broadcast, because it contains way too much of stuff that's not suitable for preschoolers - whether it's incest scenes, sexual innuendos everywhere, erotic (noodle) dancing, songs with dual meaning (including songs that provoke suicide) & much more.  If the production was monitored by that Project Zero guys then I'm not sure how all the mentioned stuff did slip from their eyes/ears, unless it was intentional.  Among all shows for kids, this one is the kind of I wouldn't recommend watching.  Better to choose something like Backyardigans or even Little Einsteins - at least that one helps kids to get themselves ready for the stuff they will learn in school, besides it introduces them to wonderful classic music masterpieces... not the junk that's currently on tv/radio/youtube.

The way you're acting, I'd think you're talking about Yo Gabba Gabba

Pretty much any show from the 90s (Rugrats, Ren & Stimpy, Rocko's Modern Life, Animaniacs, etc.) fits that category. Cartoons have a tendency to stick naughty jokes in for adult fans of the show or non-fans who are forced to endure the show because their kids like it. I seriously doubt that was the case with PB&J Otter.

The only instance of "getting crap past the radar" in the show really is in Bubbles' Beginnings where Peanut says that "Ootsie and Bootsie don't give a flip about Bubbles" which I'm actually a little surprised the line got approved by Disney. Tongue

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