Top 10 Times Cartoons Went Too FarThese are the most offensive and disturbing moments in cartoons, moments that really crossed the line it could either a moment, an episode or an entire series , for this list were excluding anything from The censored eleven or any cartoons that were product of there times.
This was apparently the creators of Family Guy's response to The Simpsons having an episode in which a wanted poster of Peter with the words plagiarist.
That moment sucked.
The episode was supposed to show why Ren is so crazy. Instead, they portray him as a violent psychopath.
This just went that extra mile. A disgrace to cartoons, and film in general. John Kricfalusi is probably a cool guy, but good god...
This whole episode is heavily mean-spirited towards Canadians. Throughout the episode, the Canadian family is referred to as The Canadians and never by their actual names.
The episode opens with Cow and Chicken's home being invaded by a group of biker women who chew on their carpet, which is a reference to carpet munching, an offensive term for lesbian.
It was quite the surreal and disturbing experience. But hey, that's what makes Invader Zim as great as it is.
I support every parent who is protesting against this toddler version of Baldi.
I feel horrible for Plankton having to deal with this money-grabbing douche. All Plankton dreams of is to be like Mr. Krabs and own his own restaurant, but it's unfortunate that he can't cook very well. Now I get why he wants to steal the recipe all the time.
"Hey, Steve, we're running out of ideas for new episodes. Got any ideas?"
"Let's make the bad guy want to die."
"Steve, you were always a genius."
This can't be true. Did this actually air on a children's show?
The episode is disturbingly similar to the "Squidward's Suicide" creepypasta. There are two suicide jokes that are particularly morbid, even for SpongeBob.
Oh, they're definitely going to stay on Santa's naughty list for a long time after that incident.
That would leave them on the naughty list forever! Santa's reaction was priceless though.
I remember that episode. I felt so bad for Arnold, considering it was actually Sid and Stinky who spilled the beans, and not Arnold.
Because that's what the Toddler Titans do best: take something magical or amazing and defecate on it.