Tom Goes to the Mayor (2004–2006)

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Comedy, Animation

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Hapless Tom Peters takes meetings with a bizarre and moronic mayor to share his ideas for bettering the town, always with disastrous results.

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  • Tom Kenny in Tom Goes to the Mayor (2004)
  • Eric Wareheim in Tom Goes to the Mayor (2004)
  • Jeff Goldblum in Tom Goes to the Mayor (2004)
  • Tim Heidecker in Tom Goes to the Mayor (2004)
  • Zach Galifianakis in Tom Goes to the Mayor (2004)
  • John C. Reilly in Tom Goes to the Mayor (2004)

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Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim

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10 April 2005 | offers-9
Without a doubt this is absolutely the worst television I have ever watched. I am a fan in general of Adult Swim, and I'll generally watch programs that are sandwiched between shows I like. Tom Goes to the Mayor should be watchable simply on the grounds that it's in between Robot Chicken and Sealab, two excellent quality shows.

That said, I can't say there is any redeeming qualities to this show at all. "Animation" that is mono-color architectural line drawings on low quality backgrounds, coupled with live action cuts, does not make cutting edge avant-garde media. It makes the show rely on it's humor even further. South Park, as an example, can get away with this. TGTTM can't, for there is no humor to be found in it.

I have watched three episodes of the show, in the hopes that I might find something that might cause a smile, or at least understand why a show like this got green-lighted. The only possible reason I've found is, "Hey, it's got Bob Odenkirk as an EP, so there must be something funny here." There isn't.

I stand corrected, there are two redeeming qualities. First, it makes Super Milk Chan seem like it's on the level of Venture Bros. or Futurama. Second, it provides an extended safe zone to go to the bathroom and fix a snack.

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