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With the exception of two other episodes, Toons These Days will be dual series, featuring Doggy's trademark ranting, and a more analytical kinder review by Conroy Cat.
Visit this site to see the latest episode.
Yeah, I don't really understand many cartoons anymore. If Nickelodeon wanted people to watch their shows, they'd show reruns of Ren and Stimpy, Hey Arnold, Rugrats, and Rocco. Well, if Nickelodeon wanted me to watch their channel that'd be ideal. There are some great new cartoons on the air right now though. Nice review and animation btw.
Good video, but the volume difference between Doggy and Conroy is too much, I thought I would become deaf. (Why is he here anyway, I liked the old style more, where Doggy just rants about the shows, and Conroy wasn't giving a review no one wanted)
What I don't really get is this: If the show is targeted towards 12-year-olds (regarding the jokes), why are they broadcasting it when (at least in my area) the 12-year-olds should go to bed?
Or at least, their parents have already come back home and are watching too, but they are not particularly amused.
Not to contradict Doggy but i haven't ever heard of that show...
why did he have to suddenly add the cat in the review >:(
Two restaurant mascots crash their co-worker's house party.
He stands against his worst enemy, himself.
4 college burnouts fighting monsters... Trying to make money.
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