Drawn Together

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In this spoof of reality TV shows, such as ''The Real World'' and ''Big Brother'', eight distinct - and dysfunctional - cartoon archetypes (who also spoof the archetypes you might see on a more normal reality series) are flung together and forced to put up with each other. Through various misadventures ranging from scintillating to shocking to downright strange, these eight roomies probe each others' personalities and push each others' buttons.
James Arnold Taylor

James Arnold Taylor

Wooldoor Sockbat

Tara Strong

Tara Strong

Toot Braunstein/Princess Clara

Cree Summer

Cree Summer

Foxxy Love

Jess Harnell

Jess Harnell

Captain Hero

Abbey McBride

Abbey McBride

Ling-Ling

Jack Plotnick

Jack Plotnick

Xandir P. Wifflebottom

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  • You guys are idiots.

    7.0
    Look, Drawn Together may not be the greatest show in the world. But it was top notch funny. Comedy Central billed it as the first animated reality show; to different it from Survivor. These cartoon characters are a mock of stock characters of popular culture since the show came in production and airdate in 2004 such as Japanese anime, classic 1930s cartoons, video game characters, superheroes, squatch and stretch, flash toons, 70s series and Disney classics. Here are the direction points and views of the cast:



    Captain Hero - A mock and parody of Superman of frat attitude and dramatic behavior and feelings.



    Princess Clara - A parody of Disney Princesses who has been spoiled and sheltered which may explain her shyness and differences from the real life since she thought Foxxy was her maid.



    Ling Ling - A homicidal parody of Pikachu with his own Japanese-esque dialog that no one understands, but it's subititled. Down right funny and perverted; and young.



    Xandir - A Link spoof with a flamboyant attitute and a quest to save his girlfriend until he realizes he is gay. Yes. He is the butt of gay jokes and finally learned to acknowledge he's gay in later episodes.



    Spanky - Based on many flash webtoons that have grossed out humor. Duh! Hes disgusting. It's who HE IS!



    Wooldoor - Wacky wachamacallit parody of Spongebob and Stimpy with a happy go lucky tone and a sicko humor.



    Foxy - Based on Josie and the Pussycats with a 70s retro rhythm, she wants her freedom and independence as a mystery solving African American girl.



    Toot - A sex symbol in her own era (not realizing that it changed), she wants to have a hot boyfriend and to be loved by her boobs, butt and others. But people dont acknowledge that because she's fat. So, she became the b***h to manipulate others and try to get a boyfriend.



    These comical parodies help make Drawn Together special.



    Aye lad, its our opinion. But dont force it on people; okay. This is what i think.moreless
  • Love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    10
    Man i love Drawn Togeter. My fav. character is Foxxy Love
  • I love Drawn Together

    10
    When writer's make shows, comedies etc...... They know up front they can't please everyone. That being said I have watched a few of these episodes. I started watching this series when I was married. Everyone has their own sense of humor and what will make me laugh will not necessarily make you laugh, and that is fine! I was told if you don't have nothing nice to say, don't say anything at all. Then there is a song that the main lyric is, you say it best, when you say nothing at all. I have watched Beavis and Butthead and I am not a fan of always starting fires, however found this show funny as all getgo. Southpark makes the kids run the lives of the adults and has some vulgar sexual content in it as well, I don't agree with this series, however when I watch it, I find some of the episodes funny. Family Guy with a dog having sex with humans is not my cup of tea I find it funny plus the name of the mother in Family Guy is the same as my paternal gma which I love dearly. King of the Hill I watch too and I find that show very funny too as well as American Dad. I don't have to agree with content of a show meaning kids disrespecting adults, starting fires for the hell of it, a dog and an adult woman having sex, or a cartoon character that is an old man that gets his jollies off by the kid characters. Child pedophile is what I would call it and although I would love to have front seats to the day they are put to death if it happened in the real world, I still find humor in the adult animated shows that may use what I hate and would never do as their main lines for humor, doesn't mean I wouldn't watch them or like watching them. If they make me laugh and is not boring I would love it. So keep in mind what will make you laugh may not make me laugh and what I like (as well as other Drawn Together Fans) you don't have to like. That is what makes the world so great we are all different and have our own tastes. I hope they bring Drawn Together back.moreless
  • It is so good It needs a return.

    10
    Never fails to make me laugh! NEEDS TO MAKE SEASON 4!!
  • Favorite Television Cartoon Series

    10
    The difference between Drawn Together and other Adult Cartoon Show's is that it has a diverse amount of characters. To me, It was quite touching : as I watched this since I was 15, and Xandir sent a example to my *** life.

    It was something different and to me it was special. way better than Family Guy or South Park.
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    Themes

    Satire, Comic Book & Graphic Novels, Mockumentaries, unlikely friendships, dysfuntional families