T.U.F.F. Puppy (2010–2015)

TV Series   |  TV-Y7   |  Animation, Short, Action


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A secret agent labradoodle is recruited into a task force called T.U.F.F and fights injustice throughout the city in which he lives.


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Creator:

Butch Hartman

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19 July 2011 | ultramatt2000-1
10
| This show is super hilarious!!
In a world where nothing's good on TV. Where shows that range from negative and messed-up are starting to rule the airwaves. There is one show that has a tendency to be delightful to watch and listen. A show that cannot be seen with a straight face. A show that would brighten up your day, even if you had a bad day or something like that. A show that is funny as hell. It's name is T.U.F.F. PUPPY. The show was inspired by such 60's secret agent shows like MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E., THE AVENGERS (a British TV show from the 60's not the Marvel Comics one) and GET SMART (mostly that show). This show answers the question: What would happen if Spencer from i-CARLY is recruited by C.O.N.T.R.O.L. to replace Maxwell smart and all the characters are animals? T.U.F.F. PUPPY is the answer. Dudley Puppy answers the first part of the question (i.e. it is like Spencer got recruited there). Kitty Katswell (who got a crap load of online attention), answers this question: "What if Trixie Tang, Barbera Feldman or Emma Peale and a pet cat had a love child?" She is like the smart character. Keswick is Butch Hartman's answer to Carlson from GET SMART. This smart pooch is not only paying homage to Carlson, but to Jerry Lewis' title role in THE NUTTY PROFESSOR (1963). The Chief, is angry and gruff, Just like Howard Beale in NETWORK (1976) Also, he is grouchy and sarcastic, just like the chief in GET SMART. I like this character. He is funnier than the others, especially his voice, which is done by Daran Norris (who sounds a bit like Jorgen von Strangle). Here's a little task. Listen to Jorgen's voice, then listen to The Chief's voice. You'll notice something! The villains are hilarious! Snaptrap (a rat who happens to be horribly allergic to cheese) somehow, remind me of Dr. Insano from the internet series, THE SPOONY EXPERIMENT (Google it up you're online). Ollie the Otter is modeled after Eric Idle, Francisco the Alligator has a voice that sounds like Sylvester Stallone with a Chicago accent. The Chameleon, is an homage to Peter Lorre and he is my favorite villain. Also there is Birdbrain, who is a blue-footed booby who cannot fly and has a humming bird assistant named Zippy. The humor consists of brief gags that were recycled from FAIRLY ODDPARENTS as well as new gags which is very good. It is his signature humor, his shtick, which is why I love it. Bottom line: I highly recommend it. Because: it's not SPONGEBOB. I don't like SPONGEBOB because every episode is almost the same thing, it ranges from Krabs vs. Plankton or Annoying the living !@$#% out of the long-suffering Squidward, which gives maturity and growing up a bad name and inspires bullying and mischief. Negativity aside, I highly recommend this cartoon because you'll love it. Oh yes, enjoy this music video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XObMfY6Gepk

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