Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|The Adventures of Chico Guapo - The Complete First Season|
Actors: Orlando Jones, P.J. Pesce, Paul D'Acri
Directors: P.J. Pesce, Chris Hamilton, Christopher Hamilton, Jim Duffy, Robert C. Ramirez
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Television, Animation
Created by Orlando Jones, The Adventures of Chico and Guapo is a "show-within-a-show". Chico and Guapo are interns at a Mr. Angelo's recording studio. When they're not out on adventures, they provide Beavis and Butt-Head... more »
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Astounding Secondary BGs echo the sigil of Mithras
Hank McCormick | Washington, DC. | 11/06/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This show is a show that exists. It is so epileptic it inspires one to thank Yuggoth, sodomize a 7 year old boy and praise lucifer under a burning idol of Molech. All Manchurian Candidates please Forgo Beta and please initiate Omega alters now, please. I was most impressed by the Background illustrations of Chico's Grandma's Exterior apt, The lighter that Guapo held and The back of the comedy club that Chico bombed. I thought the other BGs paled in comparison and the animation supervision left much to be desired. I will admit however that the consistency of Guapo's animation was top notch and the detailed plethora of pantomimes the animators gave Guapo to express different core meta-mortal states was staggering. I also appreiciate the significance of the encoding behind his finger gestures. Hopefully the veiwing of such subtle complexities will bring about the true ritual significance of meaning, just like JFK's Sacrifice and the Hegelian machine known as 911 to bring upon the thousand penised black goat to wash the flesh from this earth - ALL HAIL SHUB NIGGURATH!!!!! 1776, 666, Chaka, Will, Holly."
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Fat Rat | Los Angeles, CA USA | 09/13/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This thing is crazy funny, and the people speak as fast as real New Yorkers! I like the old stuff the best--totally bizarre."
chipCHIPLEY | Oaxaca, Mexico | 11/06/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I thought this show was completely atrocious and unwatchable (especially the backgrounds) that is until my eye was caught by the grandeur of the animation supervision. The grace of the character's movements can only be compared to some of the finest scenes from Pinocchio or Fantasia. The way the Animation Supervisor spun gold out of such terrible character designs can only be comparable to when God gave it to Mary so hard that Jesus popped out in that barn. Bravo Sir. Bravo."
J. Williams | Riverside, CA | 09/21/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is a really crazy show, when I first saw the previews I thought it looked very cheap, which it turns out it does. The art and animation are pretty low quality. But I think that actually add's to the charm of the show. I can't say I was hooked the first time I watched it, but i did find it ammusing so I watched the next one. If Beavis & Butthead were a bit smarter, and Latino this would be them. They argue back and fort, and of course come up with horrible ideas which always backfire. The premise of the show is they work for a record label as janitors. They have a crazy boss, a crazy secratery, a gay (black) music producer and Chico's teenage cousin who's a wiz at making music. I can't explain the show other then you need to watch it to see what the hell it's about. The Episodes are short, even shorter then a typical Beavis & Butthead. And they all revolve around Chico & Guapo getting into some sort of trouble. Even people with a nonexistant attention spand should be able to sit through one. Afterwards they flip around TV channels and talk about what they see. Just like B&B, only they don't do music videos. And again, these segements are so short even if you don't like them, it'll be on to another cartoon before you know it. The humor is pretty low brow, and bizzare at times. But the show has a very warm and fun vibe to it. This is no B&B, South Park or Family Guy. But it is a very original cartoon that has the potential to get better and see it's audiance grow."