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Desc:Horribly uncreative Tom and Jerry rip-off caked with the ugliest banal art work ever commercialized
Category:Accidents & Explosions, Cartoons & Animation
Tags:wal-mart, Twisted Whiskers, The HUB, shows to punish your kids with
Submitted:Shoebox Joe
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Comment count is 14
Shouldn't it be "whiskerz" just for that extra EDGE??
I'm sure all the 4 year olds who watch this appreciate the 80's hair metal pun in the title.
*I* didn't even notice it until you pointed it out.

I didn't notice either!

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It was one of those feelings where you sense something was familiar in the title, but you couldn't put your finger on it.

Hey, don't be mean to someone's student film project!
Still better than Bee Movie.
Bill Kopp was the voice of "Eek the Cat" and the writer/director of the "Tales From The Crypt" episode, "The Third Pig". He should know better.
Shoebox Joe
That may explain why the dock dog looks like Sharky

Maybe he just jotted some notes down and handed it to a sweatshop in India... or that Brazil studio that does all the ripoffs. Obviously not involved in the timing of the gags or anything.

Sexy Duck Cop
A lifetime supply of cat food seems like a steep price to pay to kill a single rodent.
At first I was going to comment on the overall freakishness of the animation and characters.

Then all I could wonder is why is there a sewage system in a doll house.
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You can always gauge how bad an animation is by how much they use that 'springy motion' technique, where every movement of a character is prefaced by motion in the opposite direction. eg A character doesn't just look up, he looks down quickly then up, and everything moves almost like it's made of gelatin. Early Dreamworks stuff was plagued with this.
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