Lloyd: Episode 1

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Episode 1: I Did It All For The Dookie

After reeling from a bad date, Lloyd, a private investigator, is hired by a worrisome alien to search the Sahara Desert for his brother Dookie.


Check out a deleted scene from this episode:

Episode 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4W9QhcpN-ys


LLOYD is a series created by Brad "The Cinema Snob" Jones and animated by us here at Toonwerks. We'll be putting up episodes here at later dates but you can find the latest episodes and commentaries on Brad's website: http://www.thecinemasnob.com/lloyd


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He should just go after his secretary. She is clearly the better choice, she's more rational, she understands him (a little TOO well - maybe she's a lesbian?), and she looks to be the same breed. Must preserve the purity of the genepool. Of course since you have made this fictional universe HALF-furry, i.e. there are catpeople and other furries who have hands and talk and wear clothes, but there are also humans, the comedic potential would be greater if you did the opposite of preserving the pure bloodline, and he had a human girlfriend instead, and then there could be a furry reminder here and there, like they go on a date and he orders a bowl of catfood which he eats without a knife or fork but just by sticking his face in it (but I guess that kind of contradicts what you were going for here, having him not act feline at all but just like a 1940s tough guy detective who just happens to be a cat). Then it would be kind of like Business Cat. Not to be confused with filmcow's business cats, I mean the deviantart series with the businessman with the cat head. Speaking of which, is anyone else reminded of the hyperactive unicorns from Charlie the Unicorn, by the two annoying ETs? A good video for anyone who wished Charlie would get a chance to kill those two little bastards the whole time. I'm guessing that was the idea. Also kind of reminds me of "Babes and Bullets", the garfield's 9 lives spinoff thing. Overall worthwhile.

Legendary Frog is still creating?? Hell yeah!

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My favorite cat detective.

Now this was hilarious!!!!

Very new series by Brad Jones (The Kerrigan The Frog Creator) has made a very good and descent animation by adding odd humor and elements that would made you thinking what the hell I just watched but anyhow it is a good mix, PS. Brad Jones keep up the good work.

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4.26 / 5.00

Feb 15, 2016
6:31 PM EST
Comedy - Original
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