Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Drawn Together - Uncensored Season Three|
Directors: Peter Avanzino, Dwayne Carey-Hill, Frank Marino, Stephen Sandoval
Genres: Comedy, Television, Animation
All the blood, puke and boobs you love are back for the third and final season of Drawn Together. The dirtiest, deadliest, sexiest, and funkiest Drawn Together season ever features MORE animated blood, MORE animated vomit,... more »
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Did I grow up or did the show get less funny?
Gabe | Singapore | 11/27/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Season 1 & 2 I enjoyed very much with the genre-twists and spoofs. But season 3 just didn't hit my funny bone as much. The novelty seemed to have worn off for me and there was nothing new or surprising.
I did not learn anything new about the characters, so they did not grow in this season, at least for me.
Still it was good for it's run of 3 season, and if you've got season 1 & 2, I've sure you'll get this just to complete your collection."
James William Johnston | USA | 02/24/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"if you take the offensive pointed humor of south park and the random humor of family guy, take it even further, and put them together, this is what you get. one of the funniest shows ever. it saddens me this show was ever canceled."
Saving The Best for Last
Richard C. Mente | Detroit, MI USA | 06/29/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Out of all three seasons of Drawn Together, I would have to say that this season is my favorite. the writers dropped some of the less funny bits that brought down the end of Season 1 and Season 2, such as the overly long "duh's" and overly long farts that last too long to be funny, then are funny for a second and then finally just too much...
The third season has a couple of more Ling-Ling focused episodes, "Breakfast Food Killer" is probably the best episode of the series. Although the penultimate episode "Charlotte's Web of Lies" was somewhat of a let down with both Captain Hero's nemesis, Scroto, and Ling-Lings Pokemon spoof. The final episode was better than the clip show from season 2, and the musical performances were entertaining, but the focus on the Brian Dunkelman spoof was simply annoying.
Overall, the show was exactly pretty much what I expected, some good, amusing, low brow entertainment"