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#1 Posted on
Tonight on Cartoon Network, there's lots of Adult Swim premieres.

11:00 Home Movies

11:30 Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law. (My Favorite)

11:45 Aqua Teen Hunger Force

12:00 Sealab 2021



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Wow, they didn't advertise that at all. This really salvages the night after The Simpsons was pre-empted for Some Stupid NASCAR Race.



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#3 Posted on
Actually, they've been advertising for at least a week, maybe longer. Plain white text on black background, they've been on during the commercial break for every episode of Family Guy this week.
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I love Adult Swim, and I love the new segments between the shows. MUCH better than the old swimming pool clips.

"Still here?"

"That's cool."

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Plus, all the shows were HILARIOUS, especially Home Movies. And I'm glad they told us that The Brak Show will be BACK NEW IN OCTOBER!! 13 NEW EPISODES, BAYBEE!!!

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Yeah, those ads were surprisingly good. And they've replaced the original bumpers, as well... kinds funny how they said they "should probably order more episodes [of The Oblongs]. Maybe."

As for the lineup, kinda wish they had more Family Guy, but the Oblongs could probably grow on me. It still goes without saying that Harvey Birdman/ATHF/Sealab Fucking Own, of course.



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Birdman was the usual hilarious. Peanut and Phil Sebben are hilarious. "My Lucky Mug!"

ATHF was funny, too.

And the new bumpers do rule. Fun Fact: The first Adult Swim theme song was used as background music in those Los Guerreros vignettes.

(edited by tomvejada on 26.5.03 0539)


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I usually think that ATHF is the weakest comedy on AS, but it was the best episode last night.

I also will admit that I don't dig Home Movies usually, but the first 5 minutes were amazingly hilarious. In fact, the entire episode was tremendous.

I love Harvey Birdman, but it kinda sucked last night. Sealab was decent, but Space Ghost was awful.



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BOOO! Space Ghost was awful??? That was one of the better episodes. Course I first saw that episode when I smoked pot...

Come on, any episode that features Space Ghost pulling armbands out of his ass is worth some praise.

(edited by Pool-Boy on 26.5.03 1211)




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I guess I'm out of the loop. Did they take Family Guy off the air or just move it to a new time slot?



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So far as I can tell, it's just off Sundays for the time-being.

EDIT: And was that a DVD announcement I caught last night?! Was it legit? Is it just "Space Ghost" or will we see one for all the "Williams Street" shows?

(edited by OlFuzzyBastard on 26.5.03 1535)


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A Space Ghost DVD is slated for the fall.

Also, the next new episode of Home Movies will be in the fall.

(edited by tomvejada on 26.5.03 1529)


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#12 Posted on

    Originally posted by OlFuzzyBastard
    Wow, they didn't advertise that at all. This really salvages the night after The Simpsons was pre-empted for Some Stupid NASCAR Race.


Because of NASCAR the usually FOX Sunday line up (including Simpsons) will air tonight (Monday).
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I think getting Futurama and Family Guy off Sunday is a good idea. Four times a week is enough, or else the series will start to wear-out its welcome (like would happen if we had to see repeats many times over).

As for the commercials, I don't like 'em. Sure, I'm glad the old folks swimming are gone, but these commercials seem longer and almost like they're making fun of the viewer by being too smarmy. Eh, whatever.



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    Originally posted by ScreamingHeadGuy
    I think getting Futurama and Family Guy off Sunday is a good idea. Four times a week is enough, or else the series will start to wear-out its welcome (like would happen if we had to see repeats many times over).


Yeah, but I liked those Futurama commercials where the voice says real quickly "SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursday." I'm going to miss those.



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X-E's co-Worst Poster of all time! Jkyle.com says:

Glad to finally hear official word on new C2C.

Frylock shanking Carl=Gold.

Brendan trading "Fuck you!" with his dad's new wife while she's in labor=Platinum.

As for those of you glad they're giving Family Guy and Futarama a break... Bebop is now on five times a week, and with a 1/3 of the episodes of Family Guy!

Quoting Miyazaki, teasing new Oblongs eps (maybe Ferrel thinks of it as a pet project and wants it back?), the giant advisory label...
Good stuff.

Oh yeah, and the death of the Toonami style openings. Finally signifying that the two blocks aren't at all related in target audience was a good idea.



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#16 Posted on
Might as well bump up this thread since there are new episodes of Birdman, ATHF, and Sealab tonight.

Speaking of Adult Swim, tonight's Futurama episode was very good. To show how much Fox cares about it, before the show, the announcer said "Coming Up, a new episode of Futurama", then they cut to Homer Simpson saying, "D'OH, I mean Woohoo!"



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