Rocko's Modern Life: The Complete Series
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All 4 Complete Seasons! 52 Episodes! Extras! Original Art By Joe Murray!
Whats a wallaby to do when hes surrounded by annoying neighbors, freeloading pals, heaps of laundry and the weight of life in general? Why, turn to his loyal canine, Spunky, dim-witted best pal, Heffer and neurotic nay-sayer Filburt to help him confront the trials and tribulations of modern life.
Created by Joe Murray (Camp Lazlo, Frog In A Suit) and starring Carlos Alazraqui (CatDog, RENO 911), Tom Kenny (SpongeBob SquarePants), Mr. Lawrence (SpongeBob SquarePants) and Charlie Adler (Aaahh!!! Real Monsters), Rockos Modern Life originally aired in 1991 on Nickelodeon and has since become a cult favorite all around the world. One of the few brilliant cartoons to break through the genre and emerge as a truly original television experience, Rocko inspires the artist in us all!
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I have always quoted the fortune cookie that Filburt gets at the Chinese restaurant since I was a child, and I always will: Bad luck and extreme misfortune with infest your pathetic soul for all eternity. That right there should be enough to get someone watching the show. Today's modern parallels would be something like Regular Show or Rick and Morty so if you enjoy either of those, give Rocko the "dingo" a chance.
Rocko's Modern Life is such a good cartoon, its fun for kids and adults, in fact it wasn't until I watched it as an adult that I realized how many little "jokes" were hidden in it.
While the DVD's are still safe, the plastic piece that connects the DVD holder to the case is very fragile and has already broken, However, the case still closes and the DVD's are still safe. So I can overlook this little annoyance.
Lets be blunt...this show is twisted. And the humor can be completely unapologetic at times. (Don't worry too much; they didn't put the part where Heffer falls in love with the milking machine back in, or the full "No Tell Motel" bit either.) This show is not one you simply watch for nostalgia, but instead one you watch because the humor still holds up. There is a reason a large amount of people affiliated with this show have gone on to other things. (Cow and Chicken, Spongebob Squarepants, Camp Lazlo, etc)
I can honestly say this show isn't just one of my favorites from when I was young, but one of my favorites now. If you were ever a fan of this show, and don't mind some dirty humor, you simply can't beat the whole series for $30 bucks.
Do yourself a favor and order it already. Or sit around moping about fish sticks...your call.