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    Neon Joe, Werewolf Hunter

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    Neon Joe, Werewolf Hunter

    Set in the pretend sleepy enclave of Garrity, Vermont, Neon Joe, Werewolf Hunter is the story of a neon-clad man with a mysterious past and a highly specialized skill set – hunting werewolves.

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    Assy McGee

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    Assy McGee

    Assy McGee is an animated sitcom featuring police detective Assy McGee, a parody of tough-guy cop shows and movies, who is literally a walking pair of buttocks. Along with his partner Don Sanchez, the trigger-happy McGee solves crimes in a fictionalized Exeter, New Hampshire. Larry Murphy voices all of the main characters. The series premiered on November 26, 2006, on Adult Swim and was canceled after season two ended on July 6, 2008.

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    TV Funhouse

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    TV Funhouse

    “Saturday TV Funhouse” is the title of a recurring skit on NBC’s Saturday Night Live featuring cartoons created by longtime SNL writer Robert Smigel as well as a short-lived spinoff series TV Funhouse that ran on Comedy Central. “TV Funhouse” frequently satirizes public figures and corporations.

    In between the host segments, it would show either parodies of 1950s educational films or cartoons most frequently drawn in the flat, limited-animation style of Saturday morning Hanna-Barbera/Filmation cartoons of the 1970s and 1980s. Another frequent target is the classic 1960s “Animagic” stop motion animated holiday specials of Rankin/Bass.

    The animation was originally produced by J.J. Sedelmaier Productions for three seasons until Wachtenheim/Marianetti Animation in association with Tapehouse Toons took over primary animation production duties. When featured on Saturday Night Live, the opening features an SNL bumper being torn by a small, white dog, revealing the TV Funhouse screen underneath. A caricature of executive producer Lorne Michaels appears, sees the dog, and yells, “Come back here with my show!” before going after the dog. The closing features Michaels still grappling with the dog over the torn piece of the bumper.

    $12.00
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    Stroker and Hoop

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    Stroker and Hoop

    Stroker and Hoop is an American Flash animated television series on Cartoon Network’s late night programming block, Adult Swim. The series is a parody of buddy cop films and television series such as Starsky & Hutch, and features the voices of Jon Glaser as Stroker and Timothy “Speed” Levitch as Hoop. This might also be a parody of the two Burt Reynolds characters: “Stroker Ace” and “Hooper”.

    Stroker and Hoop premiered on August 1, 2004, and ended on December 25, 2005, with 13 episodes. Adult Swim continues to air reruns of Stroker and Hoop on an infrequent basis.

    $20.00
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    Delocated

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    Delocated

    Delocated is an American television series that premiered February 12, 2009 on Adult Swim. The original pilot for the show was aired on April 1, 2008. Jon Glaser plays a man in the Witness Protection Program who moves his family to New York City so they exploit the situation by starring in a reality TV show about them being in the Witness Protection Program. Paul Rudd guest-stars in the pilot as himself. Eugene Mirman co-stars as a Russian hitman/aspiring stand-up comic hired to kill “Jon.”

    This series is produced by Wonder Showzen and Xavier: Renegade Angel creators PFFR. It leans decidedly more towards deadpan humor, and does not use the black humor of their other shows. It is similar in format to The Office, in that it mocks a reality show setup, as if it were a non-fiction, documentary or reality show, not a fictional comedy.

    In the first seven episodes, Delocated had an eleven-minute runtime; as of season two, each episode had a twenty-two-minute runtime. The off-season series finale aired on March 7, 2013.

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    Jon Glaser Loves Gear

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    Jon Glaser Loves Gear

    Actor and comedian Jon Glaser sets out to make a docu-series about his greatest passion: gear. Ironically, it’s this very obsession that continually threatens to derail the show, sending each episode spiraling off on deeply personal tangents.

    $24.00
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    Lucy, the Daughter of the Devil

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    Lucy, the Daughter of the Devil

    Lucy, the Daughter of the Devil is a computer-animated cartoon aired by Cartoon Network as part of its Adult Swim programming block. It was written and directed by Loren Bouchard, produced by Bouchard, Seth and Josh Piezas, and animated by Fluid Animation. It starred Melissa Bardin Galsky as Lucy, the daughter of the Devil, who is voiced by H. Jon Benjamin.

    $16.00
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