Top 10 Things that Make a Cartoon Episode BadWell this list has been a long time coming, for this list we will be going over all the things that can make a cartoon episode bad from stuff like having too much filler, mishandling a serious subject, having a character act horribly and face no consequences for their actions and much more.
My favorite example would be Family Guy,Sanjay and Craig, and especially Breadwinners. Looking at what kids of today find funny I worry for the next gneration, growing up doing stupid things and having no good sense of humor
For me, the South Park episode "Breast Cancer Show Ever" comes to mind.
Pretty much every Squidward torture porn in a nutshell where an episode punishes or tortures a character for literally no good reason.
This happens to Meg especially.
This has loud house written all over it proof Lincoln Torture Porns
Pokemon's "Go West, Young Meowth" ironically is one of THE ultimate examples of this one
This definitely should be number one. Family Guy does this crap so much and it's one of the main reasons why I hate that show
I just dislike it when people make jokes out of serious things.
There are way too many to name just a few examples Someone's in the Kitchen with Sandy horribly ripping off Imitation Krabs, Sanjay and Craig's Fat Baby ripping off Ren and Stimpy's Son of Stimpy/Stimpy's First Fart.
Those episodes where one character acts really horribly towards other characters in an episode and faces no punishment for their actions such examples "Everyone Knows It's Bendy" and every Patrick's a prick episode.
I can't believe Gary didn't went crazy mad on Patrick at the end, did Patrick brainwash him?
That episode in the thumbnail has to be one of the worst SpongeBob episodes.
Lots of modern family guy episodes do this.
Too many episodes do this they have a really good idea but end up squandering any potential the episode could have had a few examples The Loud House's One of the Boys, and "Oral Report" from SpongeBob Squarepants and one from Courage the Cowardly Dog "Ball of Revenge"
Episodes where a character acts like the complete opposite of how they would normally act
Two episodes from South Park that come to mind is Pip and A Million Little Fibers both star a secondary character that aren't capable of carrying an entire episode.
While I do agree that Chloe wasn't a good character, her addition kind of makes sense on a logistical standpoint. The Fairy Counsel banned fairy babies (meaning no new fairies) and any new godkids had to share fairies with existing godkids.
However, that doesn't justify her being a one dimensional character. Still, I know what I'm saying when I say I'd rather have Chloe over Sparky any day.
Perfect example Lisa Goes Gaga from the Simpsons.
Just an example "Demolition Doofus" where Mrs. Puff tries to murder SpaongeBob after he cripples her then doesn't show even the slightest bit of remorse.
So? This gives us backstory to the character and why they did what they did.
A big example of this entry is the Family Guy episode "Life of Brian".