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Idiots Anonymous - ep. 5

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An interesting mix of grain pastries and cowboy genitalia...

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They actually had live video things like that? I thought that was just something from "MADtv". I loved seeing all the different characters. Wasn't this about a self help group? These guys are still hilarious. I'm glad the jokes keep on going through this cartoon.

Whacking the weenie. That should become more mainstream. The voices are so hilarious. You really got a lot going on here. Bill was probably the funniest and he wasn't even the dumbest!

Love it! I remember watching all of these circa 2002. While the animation quality has not aged well, the content and voices are still as funny as I remember. You have a great sense of timing wth the silent pauses.

At the time I was young and had never met anyone from the East Coast in real life. Now I have and it is absolutely side splitting how spot on the short tempers, abundant cursing, and interruptions are.

It's also interesting to see the growth progression. The later episodes have more character interactions and development, more scenes, and are longer. You may never read this, but back in the day I was always hoping there would be an Idiots Anonymous 6.

I'm British and this HAS to be one of the MANY times that non-British people try to do a British accent and end up sounding Australian.


This is my favorite collection. My name is Marty and now I hear Paul's voice when my friends call me. Hey Mahty! I think they are doing it on purpose.

Probably the best.

Heh, I love this one. You did really great with the pacing and the length of it, and as usual, the hilarious voices. You did really great with the boss, he was hilarious. I like how you included the whole cast in this one, and in the end they all tied in together.
Hilarious, as usual.

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4.37 / 5.00

Jun 26, 2001
8:54 AM EDT
  • Daily Feature June 27, 2001