Top 10 Most Annoying Stereotypes Made About Certain Animated SeriesIs there such a thing as cartoonism (in the context of words like sexism, nationalism and racism)? Because there really should be right about now
MOST of the BEST episodes of the series are in the first three, but that doesn't mean the rest have good episodes, too.
I personally don't like the episode "The Sponge Who Could Fly". It's annoying and cringy, and the town folks were pretty mean.
Even without using my common excuse of "Rocko was the actually GOOD show of the two", I can tell you for certain that Rocko did NOT rip off Ren & Stimpy. Yes, it pretty heavily borrowed certain elements of itself (most notably the gross-out imagery and its purposefully ugly art style) from R&S, but if you actually looked at the ways in which they were written, there was indeed a pretty MAJOR diversity between the two shows.
That, and the idea for Rocko also started WAY before R&S was even a thing in the first place; now let's see how R&S responds to Static Cling's stupefyingly hilarious and amazing trailer, shall we?
What are the chances?! There's only a slight chance that someone has autism, and a slight. Chance that someone has Down Syndrome. But the most ridiculous part is "live in their mothers' basements" What nonsense is that? There's only a chance someone lives in their mother's home as an adult, let alone in their basements which probably have no significant source of food and water.
Now THIS is a good reason to tell someone that he's been watching too much Youtube, if he actually believes this stereotype
Pretty close to being true, actually, but pay attention to all of the background narrative going on in the show and it'll make this assumption pretty flipping easy to prove wrong (need I mention Vegeta's backstory of how Frieza basically set out to kill and enslave his entire race, or how much training Goku put himself through in the original Dragon Ball series to get where he is in DBZ? )
You do know that not all Invader Zim fans are girls that shop at Hot Topic, right (yes; unsurprisingly, the Zim series was a VERY popular subject there back in its heyday)
There is a lot more to the show than just this, I really hate when people say the show sucks for this sole reason.
Some reasons I don't like it:
1. It bores me
2. Steven's voice is annoying
and other resons. But I don't hate it because of the feminist message.
If you're going to complain about something you don't like about these shows, how about how astonishingly mean-spirited and unfunny both of them are (along with how unabashedly racistly The Cleveland Show portrays African Americans)
As much as I may love I Hate Everything dearly,
I know for a fact that not everything he says IS even close to fact
"Remember when music was good BACK IN MY DAY? "
"(insert thing here) is the worst thing in history"
"Aquaman is the worst superhero ever created"
Hi, I'm a Millennial. I've got a friend he is 30 he has been a fan since he was 7 or 8.
But oh no, Ren & Stimpy doesn't have to put up with this at all, because it was so amazingly INNOVATIVE for its time (reality check; so was Rocko)
Batman: The Animated Series is in the same league of overrated T.V. shows as power rangers time force and young justice. The Batman (2004-2008) has more heart than Batman: The Animated Series and 3-dimensional characters and better comedy that balances a dark and edgy tone with a lighthearted one. It seems like all people want from Batman is a violent show with no humanity in it.
Rocko might be the only GREAT thing that Joe Murray has made, but I'm mostly just trolling when I say that it's the only GOOD thing he's made
It's a bad show, but it's not worse than The Brothers Grunt or Mega Babies.