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Desc:I beheld the wretch - the miserable monster whom I had created.
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Religious
Tags:Jesus, christianity, horrible cartoons week, mcgee and me, imaginary friends
Submitted:coprolalia
Date:05/13/08
Views:1891
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Comment count is 17
halon - 2008-05-13
5 stars for "animation producer: mike joens"
Jefka - 2008-05-13
Ahahaha0 seriously, would you want YOUR name tied to this?

MagickPoultry - 2008-05-13
This is a very unappealing show. Whenever I see it flipping channels, I make my wife watch it. And it's always the same episode, too.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-05-13
WHAT
Randroid - 2008-05-13
The kid from 0:26 looks like a younger William H. Macy.

Caminante Nocturno - 2008-05-23
I think he looks more like Mark Hamill. And McGee looks like the mascot from Cracked Magazine.

Evilhead - 2008-05-13
Gah, we were always forced to watch this crap when it rained during PE or whatever. Terrible, terrible crap.
coprolalia - 2008-05-13
Maybe this is projecting but the kid talking to his cartoon and drawing pictures of Jesus all day is probably going to end up a weird adult.
futurebot - 2008-05-13
I vaguely remember one episode of this that involved him sneaking into an R movie and being absolutely traumatized for the rest of the episode that he couldn't get those images out of his head. He was seriously having the nightmares of a holocaust survivor.
Quad9Damage - 2008-05-13
Yes, and when the kids are in the theater you can see the reflection of the screen is in their 3D glasses. It's a single, never-changing image of a train. My friend and I cracked up at that.

kingarthur - 2008-05-13
There will be a special plae in hell reserved for James Dobson. Oh yes.

Also, is it me or were the nutty evangelicals of the 1980s more reserved as opposed to the balls-out-foaming-at-the-mouth crazy they are now?
kingarthur - 2008-05-13
*place

GuyCorngood - 2008-05-13
I got a white hot tingling sensation in the back of my head recalling this show.
coprolalia - 2008-05-13
Embarrassment?

Quad9Damage - 2008-05-13
They used to show us these videos all the time in youth group, back when I was a third grader. I think the little cartoon man was only there to crack one-liners once or twice every episode. Also: Mousetrap.
GoodAaron - 2008-05-13
One of my friends' dad was one of the producers on this show. I have an autographed VHS.

She never caught on that I wasn't actually a fan of the show, but rather of the idea of an autographed VHS copy of the show.
Jeff Fries - 2008-06-24
Hey, it's that show about the kid who was a much better cartoonist than I was.
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