Drawn Together 3 Seasons 2006

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Season 2
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12. The Lemon-AIDS Walk TV-MA CC

Captain Hero is determined to win the AIDS walk, no matter how many steroids it takes, and Wooldoor takes up shoplifting at the mall.

Starring:
Chris Edgerly, Billy West
Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
February 22, 2006

The Lemon-AIDS Walk

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Season 2
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    1. The One Wherein There Is a Big Twist: Part 2 As the cliffhanger continues, all the housemates return safely home from their island crash without Toot and immediately take in an undeniably adorable new roommate, Strawberry Sweetcake.

    TV-MA 22min October 19, 2005
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    2. Foxxy vs. the Board of Education Spanky gets downloaded with a virus and must gay marry Xandir for health insurance, Foxxy gets busted for not having a Mystery Solving License, and Ling Ling gets sorta killed.

    TV-MA 22min October 26, 2005
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    3. Little Orphan Hero Inspired by Captain Hero's short-lived depression, the roommates start a suicide hotline business.

    TV-MA 22min November 2, 2005
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    4. Captain Hero's Marriage Pact The return of one of Captain Hero's ex-girlfriends reminds him of their marriage pact.

    TV-MA 22min November 9, 2005
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    5. Clum Babies Wooldoor finally reaches puberty and his incessant masturbating creates magical Clum Babies, which have healing powers; naturally, Clara is on a zealous mission to stop him.

    TV-MA 22min November 16, 2005
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    6. Ghostesses in the Slot Machine When the house becomes haunted by the ghosts of 1,000 Indians, the gang decides to offer a piece of their property as a gesture of peace, and the Indians return the favor by building a huge casino.

    TV-MA 22min November 30, 2005
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    7. Super Nanny Captain Hero challenges Super Nanny while Ling Ling tries to get his driver's license.

    TV-MA 22min December 7, 2005
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    8. Terms of Endearment Spying on his roommates' bathroom routines is super fun for Captain Hero until radiation from his X-ray vision causes a serious illness.

    TV-MA 22min January 25, 2006
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    9. Captain Girl Captain Hero's sidekick, Captain Girl, gets killed by the evil Mad-Libber, and Toot learns the hardships of being a mother to a Nicaraguan baby.

    TV-MA 22min February 1, 2006
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    10. A Tale of Two Cows Toot uses a video game cheat book to snag Xandir as her date for her fat camp reunion.

    TV-MA 22min February 8, 2006
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    11. Tim and Xandir, Sitting in a Tree... Captain Hero's alter-ego comes to visit and spends a lot of gay time with Xandir.

    TV-MA 22min February 15, 2006
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    12. The Lemon-AIDS Walk Captain Hero is determined to win the AIDS walk, no matter how many steroids it takes, and Wooldoor takes up shoplifting at the mall.

    TV-MA 22min February 22, 2006
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    13. A Very Special Drawn Together After School Special Xandir's housemates gently prep him to come out to his parents with a little role-playing in this very special afterschool special.

    TV-MA 22min March 1, 2006
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    14. Alzheimer's That Ends Well Clara gets an extreme make-over to remove her "Octopussoir," while the housemates diagnose Toot with Alzheimer's and check her into an old folks home.

    TV-MA 22min March 8, 2006
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    15. The Drawn Together Clip Show The best of Drawn Together Seasons 1 and 2 in clip-show form!

    TV-MA 22min March 15, 2006

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Genres Comedy
Director Peter Avanzino
Starring Chris Edgerly, Billy West
Supporting actors Abbey McBride, Jack Plotnick, Tara Strong, Cree Summer, James Arnold Taylor, Billy West, Alex Borstein
Season year 2006
Network Comedy Central
Executive Producer Bill Freiberger
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Alexandra Stephens on July 31, 2007
Format: DVD
Yeah drawn together is great when it comes to the crude humor. The first season was hilarious but sometimes i found the second season lacking. But it still was a great season. A definite buy is you're a fan of crude humor and hilarious cartoons.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Brandon Nolta on August 9, 2008
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People who like cartoons must be thankful for DVDs, because that technology opened up the floodgates for fans for every kind of animation. Whether you like classic Looney Tunes, hippy-dippy sci-fi parables or Asian tentacle porn, it's all there for you to find and enjoy. It's only been in the last 20 years or so, however, that American TV networks have clued into the idea that many adults like cartoons that have content specifically aimed at adults, even though some cartoons did well in prime-time even fifty years ago or so. Now, with DVD, you can not only watch entire seasons at a shot, you can also see the shows in their unadulterated glory.

Which brings us to the Comedy Central series Drawn Together. I've been a fan of this show for a while, partly because of the writing and partly because of the cheerful way in which it steamrolls political correctness and good taste. If South Park is the Mount Everest of crude, crass animation, then Drawn Together is K2; it doesn't stand as tall, but it's a tougher climb. The truth of this was brought home upon watching the second season of the show on DVD. Much to my surprise, watching the DVD turned out to be a different experience than watching it in first run.

Part of this is due to one of the DVD set's selling points: it's unexpurgated. I didn't think this would make much of a difference, as it's generally pretty clear what's been cut. As it turns out, there was a lot cut out of the show, and not just language: genitalia, violence, enough racist abuse to make the KKK turn red under their sheets, sex in a vast array of configurations and a whole lot of other content that probably produces instant pucker in the unfortunate souls who work in Comedy Central's Standards and Practices department.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Robin Lörbäck on July 29, 2008
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Just like the last season, this one gives you hours of laughter and tears.
Uncensored and brutal, the Drawn Together gang will once again in the most twisted way show you how hard life on a reality show can be.
With more episodes, more racist humor and even more stoned producers, this season will without a doubt be even more entertaining than the first one.
If you liked the first season this is a must! If you didn't like the first season, well then go back to watching The Simpsons and miss out on this fantastic DVD.

All my five are belong to this!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By James William Johnston on February 24, 2009
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more great laughs picking up where the 1st season left off. 3 seasons. collect the whole set, its worth it. go captain hero!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Travis W. Oliver on July 24, 2008
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Drawn together is great. I love the jokes, the puns, the straight up silliness. The only thing is I think it's missing a scene in one episode on the DVD. Other than that it's great.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Karen James on October 4, 2007
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The fans of Drawn Together have waited so long for this DVD to come out and let me tell you it's was well worth the wait!
In this uncut and uncensored DVD we get to see something that I had waited for since the show began we get to hear Xandir sing, however he doesn't sing very long and sounds like a cat being killed, plus we see him in the nude.
I absolutely love the commentary and deleted scenes along with the cast interviews they were such a crack up!
It's fun to see the cartoons we grew up with be parodied in this sick but funny as hell adult cartoon!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Rémi du Crest on November 4, 2007
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What more can one say about Drawn Together?! The show is self-explanatory! And season 2 is just the perfect embodiement of this. DT has no respect for anything, except for the length of an episode(the 30mns format - but that's just the rule for any tv show out there, 30 mns, commercials included, or an hour, but cartoons are always using the first format).
And this is really the only thing DT obeys. For the rest... Anything's game (which means laughing material) for this show. They'll stop at nothing on the road to destroying all taboos! And that's how this satiric animated show found itself a place in a rather crowded category (by quality even more than by quantity), where The Simpsons, South Park and Family Guy reign. But DT pushes the limit even further, nesting in that dirty area where even the other three won't go.
The only limit to that strategy is that DT is burning the candle by the two ends, and hadn't the show been cancelled at the end of the third season, they'd probably have run out of taboos to break, anyway, after 4 to 5 years.
But let's salute the effort and appreciate the freedom of speech of the show, even if half of this liberty's wasted on filthy, disgusting, low-level jokes. The other half is just worth the buy!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Elliot Reed on September 28, 2007
Format: DVD
Finally, this is out! The first season came out a few years ago and the long awaited season 2 finally gets a dvd release. Well this is a great show (although not for youngsters) and the laughs just keep on coming. The special features are kind of lacking, only given some commentaries and of course a karaoke sing along. There are 15 uncensored episodes, including the episode "Terms of Endearment" which was not included in the first season dvd due to legal problems. Anyways, a funny show filled with potty humor, not nessesarily smart or witty, but fun nonetheless. Get it before they take it off the shelfs!
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