The Proud Family (2001–2005)

TV Series   |  TV-Y   |    |  Animation, Comedy, Family

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Follow the adventures and misadventures of Penny Proud as she does her best to navigate through the early years of teend-dom.




  • Marcus T. Paulk and Kyla Pratt in The Proud Family (2001)
  • The Proud Family (2001)
  • The Proud Family (2001)
  • The Proud Family (2001)
  • Jo Marie Payton in The Proud Family (2001)
  • Sicily Johnson and Lee Thompson Young in The Proud Family (2001)

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Bruce W. Smith, Doreen Spicer

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13 August 2012 | J-Fields2594
| Chill!
Alright, some of these reviews are irritating me.

Seriously, how is the show racist or stereotypical? Its a regular freaking Disney Show. There is nothing stereotypical about it. Its not like any of you actually know to the tee on how every single race act. What part of Penny's character is ghetto? The use of slang? I am eighteen, and trust me, everyone from every race uses slang. Most of the reviewers would not know that, since most are most likely pass the age of thirty and think of themselves to be "Critics".

Suga Mama and Oscar's characters are made to be "Funny", this is a animated Disney Show. This is not The Cosby's, its not suppose to be realistic, what Disney show(real or fake) is realistic? Even Stevens? No, Lizzie Maguire, No. Thats So Raven, No. And the list goes on, a lot of you all sound ignorant, to be honest. The show is very funny, in my opinion. It even has some morals every once and a while. Though the show is no longer on air, i still believe it is a great show to buy for DVD and show your children. At least give it a try, listening to people who feel the need to judge the show as if it was a Oscar movie or something, won't get you anywhere.

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15 September 2001



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