Dude, What Would Happen (2009–2011)

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Three friends set up crazy experiments to answer the questions no one else would ask.

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Creator:

Charles Dalaklis

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28 February 2010 | daves_train
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You know, I was raised during Cartoon Network's golden age and I remember them saying "Cartoons all the time" or something like "Cartoons 24/7". Apparently someone forget this rule and now we are seeing a slew of some of the worst shows I have ever seen. Even if these shows weren't on Cartoon Network they would be terrible. Now before I wrote a review of this show I watched like 2 episodes and I wanted to just crumble into a little ball and remember the good times.

I checked on Wikipedia for some research and found that not only is this show for the 9-17 year old age but it is a huge commercial success. First of all, I know not one person who watches this show. I watched it with my 11 year old brother and found it as dull as I did. I also want to know how this is a commercial success? It is like Mythbusters but really stupid. With Mythbusters it is fun to see Jamie and Adam due this stuff, but with this show they seem to take the fun out of it and go for the EXTREME thing that all teenagers like(by the way, I am 17 so don't assume that I'm a parent.). I also checked that one season only has six episodes so that when they say that they were on for 5 seasons it is really like 3 and a half or something.

The "experiments" are really dull and are something a drunk frat boy would think of. I even saw these guys host a block which really got me irritated when I had to watch them after Ed, Edd, and Eddy and Courage the Cowardly Dog. I could go into detail about the kids but they are all the same to me and they scream at everything.

I would never recommend this show to anybody, this is Cartoon Network freaking out and try to be like Nickolodeon and the Disney Channel. It's sad to say that I can't tell the differences in the channels except in the names only.

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Release Date:

19 August 2009

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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