Dinosaur Office (2011– )

TV Series   |  Animation, Short, Comedy

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The every day lives of dinosaurs in the workplace.


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5 March 2012 | Captain_Atom
What originally started out as an inside joke on the College Humor website. Three guys playing with Dinosaur toys and pretending they worked in a modern day office evolved into a full top of the line clay-mation animated spectacular! The series, "Dinosaur Office" (2011) which premiered online and has been syndicated and re-released in 3D exclusively on the Nintendo 3DS as part of a new viral marketing for independent short film projects, has become a huge success. Not only is the series clean cut and PG rated, it has a level of humor that's actually funny in a Pixar-esque sort of way. The series is exactly what it's titled, Dinosaurs working in an office. Each episode is about 3-5 minutes long and can guarantee a chuckle or just (like myself) bust out laughing at the random humor. It's a step above shows like "Robot Chicken" and pointless unfunny "Aqua Teen Hunger Force", which rely on more adult rated themes and go to the point where there isn't one. As many argue that random humor shows you have to "get it" to laugh. Dinosaur Office is at a level where anyone can have a good laugh. So watch it with your friends, girlfriend/wife/lover, mother, kids etc. It's age appropriate for just about anyone and it will leaving you wanting more! I just hope more episodes are made, and that they could possibly be longer. This series is definitely a winner; it deserves more than just the internet or a hand-held console.


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Animation | Short | Comedy


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25 July 2011



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