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Re: Cleveland's Show
« Reply #15 on: October 12, 2009, 06:51:12 pm »
I was kinda meh on the first two episodes, but last nights episode I actually lol'ed, like for realz. I have to admit it's growing on me.
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Re: Cleveland's Show
« Reply #16 on: October 13, 2009, 11:11:32 pm »
It's definitely better than American Dad, which I actually liked at first. It's not the failure I kind of expected it to be.. I mean... come on, Isn't McFarlane doing something that hasn't been done since the Golden Age of Cartoons? Hell.. the Golden Age of TV. He has 3 fairly well liked shows running at the same time and with in the same general continuity. The trick of it is to see how long they can last. As blasphemous as this may sound, I think Seth MacFarlane and Matt Groening are the Hanna and Barbara  of our generation. >.> Well except for the working together part. Maybe a slightly more accurate comparison would be using Leon Schlesinger and Chuck Jones (or basically mix-and-match any of the great animators here).

Err.. I've rambled again. Point being... I'm kind of enjoying the show so far and Family guy is pretty amusing too (I just hope the "Chevy Chase Curse" doesn't kick in, despite being one of the best Comedians from the last generation of Comedians, still alive that is, he sure doesn't do well in movies and shows... lol).
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