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Apr 22, 2012 | 4:50 PM EDT
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one girls mad plight against her addiction.

i'm gonna make this into a rad new series :))))

support would be nice :)




Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

dude,what the fucking hell was that..?


Rated 3 / 5 stars

interesting but the guy looked like dexter (all grown up) from dexters lab when he first showed up with the gloves the sound and animation was a bit rough with some work it could be a good show

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is pretty funny and pretty well done. I would love to see the seiries.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Holy shit, Reno and Elena!

What, hasn't anybody ever played Final Fantasy VII?

Back to the review: Eightsquare composed a cartoon about addiction and inner turmoil devolving into psychosis. And it's colorful.

Esther loves a good chocolate bar, but remember that cacao products contain caffeine, a stimulant and diuretic that humanity happens to utterly rely upon, being completely fucking addicted to everything nowadays. The Straight-Edge types have gone unheard long enough, because the crisis of conscience that Esther's co-worker rouses within her ought to be a wake-up call. A silly wake-up call, but a wake-up call.

Kudos to Eightsquare's hopes of launching a series with "Fuzzy Toilet Seat", a phrase with its own tongue-in-cheek imagery (although let's be frank: isn't it nice to sit on something that isn't a conductor of cold temperature every once in a while?), because the production values here don't disappoint. It's also one of the goofiest things I've seen in a while, and it put a smile on my face. It is a comic send-up of everyone's battle against an addiction, dependency, or vice. It can drive one crazy, which is why buddy system-based twelve-step programs remain popular even today. Though I could advise "progress, not perfection" to our feisty little heroine, it would appear that Esther has truly gone off the deep end.

All I can say is I'm glad to have switched to decaf years ago and stayed there. "Fuzzy Toilet Seat" is a worthy front page entry, though the voice-overs should not be so muffled. That will improve in future installments. I hope.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I like you.

You're silly.

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