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Animated Atrocities
(2013)

The Worst Critic on YouTube
This guy. THIS GUY. John Enter. The fact that snobbish scumbags like this clown get over 100k subs, while much better critics like PieGuyRulz and KaBlamBandicoot64 can't even get over 100k is frightening. This has such a huge ego. He thinks his opinion is God and if you disagree then you're an idiot. Not to mention he's a gigantic hypocrite. For example, in his awful review of Rocket Monkeys, he "complains" (AKA whines) about how he doesn't like people bombarding him with requests, but when in the episode he's "critiquing" a character complains about getting too many e-mails, Enter makes a joke about how that's a stupid complaint. Seriously. Also, he does not grasp the concept of mean spirited humor. If ONE character, no matter how small he/she may be or gets tortured, gets tortured more than others, according to Enter it's a "torture porn." Unless it's a show he likes like Star Vs The Forces of Evil. I hope this quack gets taken down. FOR GOOD!! Watch RebelTaxi instead, or those other guys I mentioned, if you want real reviews.

Harvey Beaks
(2015)

The best show from Nickelodeon in a long time
Nickelodeon has not been doing well lately. In fact they've been doing downright awful. Their recent shows like Sanjay and Craig, Breadwinners, and Rabbids Invasion have been duds. Shows filled with unlikable characters and stupid nonsense they call "humor". Then there's Legend of Korra and TMNT, that just never really appealed to me personally. Others like SpongeBob and Fairly Odd Parents have been running for more than a decade, and it seems like the former king of kid's programming have fallen flat on their faces. But every once in a while they do produce something epic, something that shows the world that Nick can produce quality. Their last cartoon to do this was 2011's Tuff Puppy and now they've done that again with Harvey Beaks.

The show is created by C.H. Greenblatt, the creator of Cartoon Network's Chowder (My 2nd favorite cartoon ever) and while it does have some of the weirdness that Chowder perfected, the two shows are completely different otherwise. Harvey Beaks' focus is much more on childhood innocence and adventure, resulting in a sweet and heart felt show with surprisingly beautiful animation.

The show is about a bird named Harvey Beaks, and his friends Fee and Foo. Harvey is a tame boy, while brother and sister Fee and Foo are mischievous. This leads to a lot of situations where Harvey is often trying to fit in with Fee and Foo, but it sometimes doesn't work out all the way. Despite the strange designs of the characters, the trio behave a lot like normal kids. They can be gross, they can be weird, they can be emotional, and they're very likable characters. They're also good role models, when one character is sad, the others try to help out that character. They always try to do the right thing. The humor is actually funny in the show. The disgusting humor and cartoons like Breadwinners Will likely be dated after the show gets canceled, but Harvey Beaks' humor is mostly based off of the character's situations like the humor in Foster's Home and Ruby Gloom. It's not trying to be hip to fit in with the kids of this generation. The stories in the show are usually just about Harvey and his friends having fun, with some sort of conflict. For example; in one episode, Fee and Foo are separated by magnetic electricity, and at first they like playing around with it. But soon they miss being able to spend time being together. It's delightful to see them bond like that. That episode in particular really use the power of animation to it's benefit. By the way, the animation and the show is absolutely gorgeous. The backgrounds look completely hand-painted, and the woodland characters in the show match the forest setting perfectly. It's something you must see in order to truly understand what I'm saying.

Harvey Beaks is an excellent show, and a true breath of fresh air for an otherwise dull and unoriginal television network. The show will be completely relevant 10 years from now as it will be in 2015. Think there's nothing good on Nickelodeon? Think again!

Breadwinners
(2014)

Holy Crap, that was pretty bad!
Nickelodeon has been garbage lately, first Korra, then Sanjay and Craig, NOW THIS... What the crap is this? This sucked! Nickelodeon gave THIS a series, yet they rejected The Modifyers? All this show is is two ducks twerking and making unfunny butt jokes. There ARE a couple innuendos, but it's nothing you haven't seen before. This is an extremely poorly made cartoon. Bad acting, bad characters, bad plots, HORRENDOUS ANIMATION, and no redeeming factors. Any parent that lets their kids watch this waste of time should be shot. If you want a REAL funny but silly cartoon, check out Uncle Grandpa on Cartoon Network. Also watch Wander Over Yonder on Disney XD, stay clear of Breadwinners on Nickelodeon. Save yourself.

Uncle Grandpa
(2010)

Pure, fun, and zany
Uncle Grandpa is GREAT! If Cartoon Network cancels it then they are idiots. I don't know what all the hate is for. This show is based off of the Cartoonstitue short of the same name, and is better than Regular Show and Secret Mountain Fort Awesome (the latter I absolutely loved). So Uncle Grandpa is about Uncle Grandpa and his pals doing the silliest and funniest things. In one episode, this kid wanted a nickname, so Uncle Grandpa helped him get one by doing yard work, I wont spoil the ending for you, but his nickname is NOT what you'd expect. The show's art style is so different from what the average Cartoon Network show is. It's pretty good looking too. No Pixar or Disney, but still good. I recommend Uncle Grandpa. But if you're expecting another show like Adventure Time or Regular Show, you might be disappointed. Just go into it with an open mind. -Wes

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