Camp Lazlo! (2004–2008)

TV Series   |  TV-Y7   |    |  Animation, Comedy, Family


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Bean Scout Lazlo, a fun-loving, free-spirited monkey, and his two bunkmates Raj and Clam, wreak havoc on a very structured summer camp.

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Joe Murray

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16 July 2010 | abrown975
7
| You know, I guess looking at it from a kid's point of view, this show isn't that bad
I guess this show is okay. I mean, it could be a lot worse. At least the characters actually have personality and they don't all sound the same. The humor isn't actually that bad, considering this is a show for children. The last time I watched I didn't find any fart jokes, and there is honestly nothing I hate more than thirty minutes of "Hey kids! Let's fart because they sound funny!" I guess that compared to a lot of garbage on television nowadays, this show really isn't that bad for children. Children laugh at jokes without inappropriateness, randomness, or hidden innuendo for adults who might be watching, so that's really all that matters. The only things that really bug me though are the main character Lazlo, whom I find to be just plain annoying (voice, animation, personality, the whole enchilada), and the theme song, which is probably the most annoying theme song I have ever heard (and I've heard Fanboy and Chum Chum, so that's saying something). But that's just me. Other than those, I can't find any reason to hate this show. As long as kids like it and it's good, clean fun, then that's good enough for me.

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