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    South Park

    South Park

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    Based on a Christmas card by the now-producers, Matt Stone and Trey Parker, called "The Spirit of Christmas"; South Park is a show about four boys; Eric Cartman, Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, and Kenny McCormick. These four little fourth graders live in one messed up town. From talking poo to un-dead celebrities, to a mystical land of imagination, they see it all. All there is to say, is that... No one is safe. Black, white, Jewish, Christian, Scientologist, and everything in between, this show covers it all, and makes light of just about everything.moreless
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    Futurama

    Futurama

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    Comedy Central (ended 2013)
    Futurama follows the comic exploits of Phillip J. Fry, a pizza delivery boy, who was accidentally cryogenically frozen in 1999, and awakens in the year 3000, finding much has changed, and, yet, is seemingly familiar. Together with an assortment of alien, robot, and human friends, he works for an intergalactic delivery service, Planet Express, run by his descendant nephew, and finds many adventures along the way.moreless
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    Drawn Together

    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.moreless
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    Lil' Bush

    Lil' Bush

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    Lil' Bush cracks satirical jokes at the Bush administration. The show depicts the administration members as pint-size cartoon characters. The title character is accompanied by Lil' Cheney and Lil' Condi.
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    Ugly Americans

    Ugly Americans

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    New York is overrun with extraterrestrials (zombies, demons, aliens) attempting to assimilate into society alongside humans in this animated Comedy Central series.
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    Brickleberry

    Brickleberry

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    A group of forest rangers are working at a national park that might be shutting down unless a new ranger can inspire the rest of the rangers to make a change and save the park for good.moreless
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    TripTank

    TripTank

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    TripTank is a weekly half hour comedy series on Comedy Central that feature a variety of animated shorts created by multiple animators.
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    Dr. Katz

    Dr. Katz

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    Comedy Central (ended 1999)
    Dr. Katz is a divorced psychologist who lives with his son, Ben. While trying to help his patients (famous and not famous) with their traumas, paranoias, conflicts and problems, Dr. Katz also handles his own problems. His son Ben is all grown up but still don't know what to do with his life. His hobby is to waste Laura's (Dr. Katz's sarcastic receptionist) time with cheesy pick up lines and useless ideas and inventions. Dr. Katz also frequents a bar, Jacky's 33, and hangs out with his friend Stan and tries to get up the courage to flirt with the owner, Julie. Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist was a cartoon based on Jonathan Katz's personal life. Originally running on Comedy Central, the show aired for 6 seasons, and helped put Comedy Central on the map, along with fellow cartoon hit South Park. Halfway through its sixth season, the network took it off the air and aired most of the remaining episodes on a Christmas marathon later that year, with 3 episodes unaired. Among the patients that sporadically go to Dr. Katz for psychological help we can find familiar faces such as Winona Ryder, David Duchovny, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Ben Stiller, Carrie Fisher, Conan O'Brien, Garry Shandling, Janeane Garofalo, Kathy Griffin, Lisa Kudrow, and Whoopi Goldberg, among others.moreless
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    Shorties Watchin' Shorties

    Shorties Watchin' Shorties

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    Comedy Central (ended 2004)
    The creators of The Job, Denis Leary & Jim Serpico bring you a show about two over-sophisticated, under-supervised infants named Baby Nick and Baby Patrice. Nick and Patrice live in the slums of New York City and spend every moment with each other. There only source of entertainment: TV. Nick and Patrice watch the acts of many famous comics which they animatedly bring to life in their imaginations for us to see. The original concept for Shorties Watchin' Shorties, which is animated comedian acts, was simply short segments of the animated acts during commercial breaks on Comedy Central. The idea had such positive feedback that it was produced into a half-hour show and given its two baby icons, Nick and Patrice. Theme Song: Shorties watching shorties Shorties watching shorties We are shorties on the couch Watching shorties on the TV Make us laugh, bust a gut Fill our diapers up with pee pee Pee pee, pee pee, pee pee Shorties watching shorties Shorties watching shorties Babies watching TV who like pooping This is Shortiesmoreless
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    The Goode Family

    The Goode Family

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    Comedy Central (ended 2009)
    'It's so difficult being good.'

    Mike Judge, creator of Beavis & Butt-Head and King of the Hill, brings us this new animated series about an obsessively "green" family whose politically correct life results in constant laughs.

    ABC ordered 13 episodes of this series before it moved to Comedy Central. The show is scheduled to air midseason.

    The show is being produced by 3 Arts Entertainment and Media Rights Capital.moreless
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    Kid Notorious

    Kid Notorious

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    Comedy Central (ended 2003)
    Kid Notorious follows the adventures of big-time Hollywood producer Robert Evans. Always along for the ride are his ever-faithful butler, English, his sassy housekeeper, Tollie Mae, and his kitty cat, Puss Puss. Occasionally, former Guns 'N Roses guitarist, Slash, joins them on their adventures. Robert Evans has as many ex-wives as he does hit movies. But his talents go beyond movie producing--whether it's scaling the mountains of Nepal or toppling an evil dictator, he does it all without spilling a drop of his ever-present cosmopolitan. Everything in the Kid's life is a production. English, Evan's butler, now finds himself pouring cosmopolitans in Hollywood's most notorious house of havoc after serving years in the most distinguished homes of British royalty. Never without his white gloves and monocle, English will do whatever it takes to serve his beloved maestro. Crawl through a sewer to break Evans out of a mental institution? Lay down in front of an oncoming eighteen-wheeler? All in a day's work for this Oxford-educated manservant. Tollie Mae, Evan's housekeeper and cook, doesn't take crap from anybody. In fact, her catchphrase is "Not in my job description." She's the lone voice of reality in a house filled with Hollywood fantasy. And the only one who can tell Evans "what time it is." Her goal in life is to marry Denzel Washington. Puss Puss is Evans pet cat, confidante, and script doctor. Whenever in a jam, the Kid turns to Puss as his sounding board and number one problem solver. The cuddly Puss gets great pleasure from torturing English. The real-life home of Evans, Woodland, serves as the backdrop to all their escapades. Fun Fact: Whenever someone swears on the show, it is replaced by an audible [beep]. Yet, if you turn on the closed captioning, the swear word appears and not a [beep]. Theme Song Hey! Let's do it! Kid Notorious! Hey, get down, get down, When the Kid's in town. Kid Notorious! The Kid's so sly, That notorious guy. Kid Notorious: (spoken) You bet your ass I am. Comedy Central Broadcast History October 2003 - November 2003 --- Wednesday 10:30 pm November 2003 - December 2003 --- Tuesday 10:30 pmmoreless
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    Freak Show

    Freak Show

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    Comedy Central (ended 2006)
    Freak Show is the brain-child of David Cross (Arrested Development and Mr. Show) and H. Jon Benjamin (Home Movies) and revolves around a group of people who are, well... freaks. They simultaneously perform as a side-show attraction and as superheroes that are (secretly) employed by the Pentagon to undertake low-priority missions.moreless
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    Stephen Colbert's Tek Jansen Adventures

    Stephen Colbert's Tek Jansen Adventures

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    Stephen Colbert Presents: Stephen Colbert's Alpha Squad 7: The New Tek Jansen Adventures' is a series of short, animated science fiction comedy segments airing within 'The Colbert Report' on Comedy Central. It is a running inside joke in the show wherein Colbert has produced the cartoons himself after a publisher has shown no interest in the long form novel form of the science fiction story. Colbert voices the titular character of Jansen himself, of course. Since airing on the show the Tek Jansen Adventures became an actual comic book series published by Oni Press in 2007. Tek is a debonair space adventurer with a huge haircut who is irresistible to women, both human and alien vllain. Tek is known for his ridiculous catch phrases and exclamations such as 'Parum-pum' and 'Solar Plexus!' Each episode ended with a cliffhanger, leaving a naked Tek Jansen trapped in some sort of mortal danger. The entire first season of the short animations was included as bonus material on the 'Best of The Colbert Report' DVDs.moreless
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