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Drawn Together

Season 2 Episode 15

The Drawn Together Clip Show

Aired Thursday 10:30 PM Mar 15, 2006 on Comedy Central
out of 10
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64 votes

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Episode Summary

The best of the past two seasons in clip-show form.

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  • Not the best episode of the series, but not the worst.

    This episode is still very funny, the main reason this is not as good, is probably because I'm just not a fan of clip shows. The bits where it insulted the viewers, I know it was a joke, but I am also not a fan of this. However, this episode was very funny, and I liked it how the 'audience' was laughing at funny scenes during the flashbacks. A good episode.moreless
  • Wait... it was the viewers who won? We all know it should have been Ling-Ling!

    But seriously, it was nice to see old clips along with a laughtrack, mostly because of those episodes I still haven't seen, and come on! Judge Fudge, man! Best side character to enter an obnoxious TV show EVER! But, seriously, I'm not going to lower my score for this, but I agree with all the audience members at the end: We're the winners? Biggest ripoff in history! We all know it should have been Ling-Ling because he's the only one who can really fight and he's the first anime character to enter an American show. Also, he's the only one who can keep a girlfriend. Yeah, there are rumors that he's still going out with Ni-Pul. Anyway, I actually like that ending in a way because it makes fun and disses the one feature of all TV competition thingies that pisses me off, and that is when the people watching and sitting through this whole thing are the winners. I guess Comedy Central can't pick a winner, but yeah, they should have asked for our votes instead. All and all, not a bad way to end the season, but I'm thankful they're not ending the series here. (There is a season 3, if you're interested)moreless
  • Drawn Together

    Every last season episode I have seen Drawn Together begins to suck ass. Like two years ago, I have seen season one last episode, because it was a cliffhanger, and next year on Octobe 19, I thought they was dead. This is agurably one of the worse episode there is.
  • A large nod in the direction of the AUDIENCE!

    Ah! What a final!!! I was expecting crap, after all, what can you get from a clip show so I’m beyond pleased that this time I was wrong, this was (and I’m not joking!) the best clip show I’ve ever seen! They didn’t settle for the usual ‘let’s take the best parts and show them without any particular order’ routine, that most of the clip shows present. They well balanced the ‘old’ and ‘new’ stuff, plus, the large part of the ‘old’ things were shown in a way that fanvideos are made. And I loved it!!

    The plot was even quite interesting and when I realised that the audience is made of all the characters that starred in the earlier episodes, I actually felt touched. Yeah I know, that's not the show to give you any spiritual lift but that's the only show I know that seems to be aware that it's being watched. The ending itself, thought predictable and tacky, was a large nod in OUR directions.

    I feel GOOD. :Dmoreless
  • Just a clip show but with some of the best clips ever.

    This season finale is just a clip show but there is also a winner of the first seven seasons of Drawn Together: The audience. ;O)

    Weird enough that they almost had clips of every episode I really do adore.

    I wanna see season three. Maybe with a new cast member. Give us more.

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


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    • DT Fun facts:
      Drawn Together is seen in fifty thousand countires by over 500 billion viewers.

      DT is the only show gayer than Six Feet Under.

      The character of Toot is based on your mother.

      Foxxy has more protuberant nipples in the second season.

      Comedy Central thought they were buying a reality show.

      "Wooldoor Sockbat" was also the name of Hitler's dog.

      The DTs are something alcoholic gits, just like this show.

      Orginally, James Earl Jones voiced Ling Ling.

      Wooldoor was born in Puerto Rico.

      Drawn Together is actually better than you think.

      Most DT fun facts aren't really that fun.

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