Burnt Face Man 7

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Another episode of Burnt Face Man. This time with a washing machine theme.


i agree with the last guy

burnt face man was funny until episode 5, after that it kind of went poo. what happened dave? did jerry jackson sap all your creativity? please get back on form your older stuff was great

It was ok...

Yeah... In England, it's spelled "realise," but if you look in any American dictionary, it's "realize..." Americans spell things a but differently.

Anyway... As violent as David Firth's cartoons are, I think it's strange that Burnt Face Man's cartoons don't seem to have any violence in them --and superheroes are usually all about fighting... I was kind of hoping that Burnt Face Man would fight "Have A Nice Day Man," and "Detergent Dan..." Maybe "Rockhead Rumple..." If he just fought a couple of those guys from time to time, I think the series would improve a bit. Instead, they usually exchange a few insults and make BFM look gay and stupid. There isn't really anything wrong with that, but I think he should bump off a couple of those minor villains...

Doki responds:

"Americans spell things a but differently"

hahahah. I hope that's a joke.

If Burnt Face Man were to attack any of his foes then he'd be a slightly better hero than he is. He's a coward, he wouldn't know what to do. The point of this cartoon is not to animate a load of violence. If it was then you'd know about it.


Lol, sry, but a little to random for me lol.


too dry for my taste, decent animation though

Not exactly what I would call funny.

This episode of burnt face man is like movies based on games and vice-versa, it seems like your just dragging on the once funny story and just want to make more non-appealing episodes of this once-good series.

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4.30 / 5.00

Nov 23, 2006
12:34 AM EST
Comedy - Original
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