I used to like this show when I was a kid not much to say. Has anyone seen the "Series Raping" movie Johnny Bravo goes to Bollywood, I doubt it.
The movies theme song is really the only thing remotly good
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The first season is some of the greatest shit ever.
Seriously awesome. I can even tolerate the refilled later seasons.
Some johnny bravo episodes stand as a testament that if Seth macfarlane really wants to do something funny, he can.
never really liked this show
I liked this show but I can't remember anything specific about it other than the scooby doo episode
also don't say rape unless you're referring to actual rape
This series was my childhood. This, and Hey Arnold.
Also, I wasn't aware of this film. IMDb gave it a rating of 7 out of 10, which is pretty good. Might watch it sometime
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I watched it but I can't remember any episodes from the show. Maybe if I saw it again I'd remember a little more but I do know this wasn't exactly m cup of tea when I was young (Dexter's Lab and other notable cartoons from my childhood were the shit though)
Originally Posted by irvine_11
I loved thismshow a lot as a kid and looking back, I still do. It's even funnier now that I get the dirtier jokes.
My favourite episodes are:
The Sensitive Male
Johnny And The Beanstalk
Bravo Dooby Doo
My Fair Dork - "I wanna pony!", "I WANNA HUSBAND!"
My Date With An Antelope
Did you see a Bull Run by Here?
Bearly Enough Time
Yeah, I used to watch this show far too much.
Thanks to the wonderful Tubbb! for the Black Hole Sun GIF.
Also loved this show. I have seasons one and four on iTunes and would like to get the other three soon. Season one was probably the best, though.
This show was pretty good. I think I liked the Green Eggs and Ham episode the best from memory at least.
Its better than the other Cartoon Cartoons. I liked the episodes with Carl and Pops.
I liked the show, particularly the first and fourth seasons. Why's the movie "show-raping"? That sounds like a horrendous thing to say. If you're criticizing the show because of its different animation style, then fine; I'm a little disappointed too that the movie wasn't hand-drawn. But think about it; the show brings a character to a new setting and revives the old franchise, even with the original voice actors. Johnny Bravo is the first American cartoon character to star in a movie exclusive to India, in Hindi (because there's a short film of the same name, a separate product, done in Hindi). Johnny Bravo Goes to Bollywood reminded me a little bit of a fairy tale; magic potions, princes, a mysterious Johnny doppelganger, that kind of thing. The animation is weird-looking at times, but the set pieces and color palettes are fantastic.
I might be a little biased; I wrote Van Partible to find out more about the film before it was leaked onto Youtube and got a very generous and appreciative response from the man. Back to the show, though - funny stuff. Seth MacFarlane got to cut his teeth on a show with a goofy character, a neat animation style and enough wacky humor to go around. That Dr. Seuss parody, that one with Donny Osmond, that one with Don Knotts and Weird Al... all so off-the-wall and rewarding to watch.
Bravo Dooby-Doo will always remain the pinnacle of the series! Such a hilarious episode! The Schoolhouse rock one was a classic as well. Season 1 was truly the best season.
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