ITT: Cartoons that don't have any bad episodes.
I don't regard any Avatar or Gravity Falls episodes as bad, just missed opportunities, poor morals, or filler.
I know /co/ feels differently of course.
But it won't change my opinion.
Everyone purging to "Feels Good" by Tony Toni Tone was fantastic. Interdimensional Cable 2 was the worst because it did what everyone hoped wouldn't happen by not being as funny or funny as the first one. Werner Herzog was pretty fucking great, though.
>Poor morals makes a bad episode
Are you a 12 year old? How do the morals of a show automatically make it bad? Some of the strongest narratives in fiction have been based around questionable morality. It makes a story compelling.
>ctrl + f Samurai Jack
What the fuck is wrong with you people?
The problem is that these episodes wants you to hate a character for doing something sensible given the circumstances, or praise a character for doing something that was stupid and needless.
Questionable morality only works if you tell the audience to judge for themselves, not when it openly condemns one side.
The subplot was a single joke (Jerry's the sort of guy who comments on YouTube, gets totally assravaged in response, tries to make a witty comeback, gets no responses and refreshes the page all night crying) dragged out into an entire episode full of cringe for no real reason. It could have been accomplished in another episode as a one off joke and wouldn't need any childish penis humour.
Fusion Cuisine was great, it explored Steven's relationship with Connie, mainly the not so perfect parts, which you don't often see - normally childhood friends are just instantly thick as thieves, and totally cool with hiding Earth shattering secrets. Here she actually shows off her tower of lies and how she even resents Steven a little for having to do that. The parents all get some pretty good screentime. And the awkward Alexandrite moments were great.
However, I still don't consider SU to be without bad episodes, because, fuck, Ronaldo's just bad. They've tried to explore him more and put a more favourable spin on his insanity, but except for a bit of development in Horror Club, he's annoying as hell and literally needs some fucking emotional counseling. The episode where he goes off the fucking rails for seeing life how it actually is confirms this, it's not cute, is basically mental illness.
samurai jack had plenty of bad episodes, like that one where jack tries to save a town that's being overpowered by the extreme stench of a dragon's flatulence
honestly what were they thinking?
I would have enjoyed the lust for revenge episode if it didn't have such a cop out of an ending. I would have much preferred her killing him and being force to live with the guilt of being a murderer.
I don't know what you're talking about. There is no episode by that name in the series. Stop talking.
You mean the main character's mom's ass, right? Not the rest of her, just that.
The amount of people that just keep going WE proves the predictable, smart ass nature of this board.
All of you people try and impress each other with these funny green text comments, from someone who doesn't spend all their life online, it looks ridiculous.
Fuck this I'm off, don't wanna waste my life on "addictive and funny" 4chan.
South Park and The Amazing World of Gumball
Admittedly, season 17 and 18 of South Park were kind of weak, but I've never seen an episode of either that I didn't at least enjoy.
>shitty opinions: the posts
nice try faggots
not to mention the shitty artstyle
the newer episodes are mostly hit/miss
>don't like transgression
>put you to sleep = bad
you're a delusional fuckwit
No love for Bob's Burgers?
I can't recall an outright BAD episode, maybe a few weak ones but nothing bad...what am I forgetting?
BONUS QUESTION: what's the worst episode from the golden era (3 to 7) of The Simpsons?
You didn't like:
Homer applying for a loan with Burns?
Homer working for Apu
>which includes Homer's sleep deprived hallucinations while driving home and falling asleep in the automatic doors.
Lisa failing to perform at the talent show while Homer gets drunk at the bar.
>Includes the kid singing "my ding-a-ling.
Also, the ending shows Lisa realizing her selfishness rather than the zombie era Lisa that never learns a lesson while the family bends over backwards to appease her.
A solid third if not more of Rick and Morty is merely serviceable but with many missed beats and bouts of poor pacing. You would have a point if every episode was as good as the Microverse or the Council of Ricks, but while each season has a few amazing episodes each also has some clunkers.
everyone is going to post episodes that trigger them, but the real worst episode is the one that pulls the "character fakes being injured to be an asshole" cliche, which for greg is entirely out of character and watching greg be a prick to steven isn't very entertaining in the first place
>hey dude lets talk into the mics after having a few drinks for a few minutes
It was low level improv at best. The entire episode wasn't improvised by the way, only the TV segments.
>That Indian guy who was completely calm in lying his ass off
Not a single bad episode. Little People's the only episode I can think of that's not utterly fantastic.
No it wasn't, no episode was as bad as Inter-dimensional Cable 2.
>Not one of the best episodes
>Reformed anything but mediocre
I'm with this guy.
The early ones, especially gem glow, when it was only trying to appeal to kids. You can argue against me all you want, I'm just stating my opinion.
>Worse than some S3-S4 episodes
masturbation and the 'piss' one was lame, i still enjoy some of the season 1 & 2 episodes though.
WAY WAY BACK
I miss the season 1 format to be honest.
some of season 1 was lackluster. It's understandable though. It needed time to build up.
Boogie-Woogie Feng Shui.
How anyone can watch this is beyond me.
IT STILL FUCKING HURTS, WHY DID DISNEY JUST THROW IT AWAY?!?!?
It's underrated, but every episode has good and hilarious moments.
Great Divide is one of the worse episodes but its nowhere near "bad".
>noone said Spicy City
You people have the shittiest taste I swear.
I couldn't make it passed the first season.At what point does this stop being goofy and straight forward?
I just finished the first season of Korra and fucking love it. It's straightforward and action packed.
I never got the hate for BWFS. Even a bad episode of Bebop is still better than 95% of other anie.
Maybe memory fails me but I dont recall a bad episode
a lot of episodes of southpark didn't used to be bad but they got bad because they depended so heavily on topical humor and don't stand up. plenty of episodes that are just meh though.
It's overhyped on /co/. Give it a watch, but don't be one of those fuckers who praise it as the best thing ever, please. 90% of the humor is just mundane conversation in a fantastical universe and people get off to that.
The humor mostly holds up, because the topical humor is presented in its own context. They build their own ironic story and you don't need to know current events to understand the point they're driving at.
It helps for laughs to say "that is so true, just like ____" but it isn't needed.
now this show was actually well written i tell ya what
Nice try junior, it's not half as deep as you fanboys pretend. "LOL he's a supervillain but has everyday problems! This is clearly a show for intellectuals such as myself!"
Get over yourself.
>posts le leddit meme
nice try, kiddo
>shitty opinion detected
discarded, you retarded porch monkey
>discounting the later seasons
>le dark edgy may may show
so glad that piece of uninteresting shit got canned
It's a tossup between the one with the MLP parody, and the one where they renovate the bathroom. I'd probably say the former was worse, but the latter bored me enough to actually walk away from the series.
No one watches it because they pretend it's intellectual. It's fucking funny, has a long ass interconnected storyline that is fun to delve into, and drops stupid pop culture jokes and "super science" / "super hero" humor.
But yes some of season 1 is bleh. They even admit it took until midway into season 1 to get their groove. None of the episodes were bad though.
Yeah,... you don't belong here. Your taste is shit.
Airbender stars three kids, so yes it's a bit silly. Yes shit gets more serious, but given your taste in Korra, it may be wasted on you.
There's one episode I didn't like, "The Nature of Nature". Everyone else seems to love it though so seems pretty perfect to me.
>w-w-we got to go Morty i-i-i will explain you later *insert nihilistic joke here*
>haha look at this gore Morty it's pretty adult kind of humor
I just don't understand the appeal
This and Space Dandy are my favorite animes of all time for this very reason (although honestly I like Space Dandy more, but only because it was the first real anime I've ever watched so it was a gateway to animes in general for me).
I know the generals are autistic, but that shouldn't hide the fact that is is an actually good show with consistent quality.
Disregarding the animation itself that is, which too a nosedive after it switched studios.
It had a couple that were just okay, but never got as far as bad.
She was flirting with him while they were both in Adventure Time. Once they got their own shows she preffered to sleep with the execs instead of the other artists. He in turn got fired because she led him on.
Most people on /co/ are teenagers. They only care about plot and lore and the characters are secondary. You can tell how true this is considering how much "filler" is used here for shows like fucking Gravity Falls.
Teenagers are worst in this community, they only cry over their shippings, fillers and stuff. That's why AT, RS or any other modern day cartoon became more for them than for kids.
also all episodes set in Ba Sing Sei
>tfw seeing whats happening at Laogai for the first time
I already watched all episodes of the Danger Mouse reboot, and I don't find any bad episode in it. Now I must wait until another hiatus will be over.
>liking Korra over TLA
So do you just not care about a shows quality and have the attention span of a toddler?
Revival movies and seasons don't count. The original show didn't have a single bad episode and was funnier and more heartfelt than The Simpsons.
What the fuck, they rebooted Danger Mouse?
>Kill yourself please, It was probably one of the best episodes of SU.
>One of the episodes that has another forced crying scene and drama that could have all been avoided but happened cuz reasons
You must be joking.
The Simpsons was full of warn and emotional moments even in non-emotional moments. It had a heart.
Futurama barely standed up against The Simpsons.
Even Futurama's cast's diversity pales in comparison to The Simpsons'
Yeah, while the writing was particularly interesting the show was everything you would expect from the intro. Chicks, giant robots, and retardation. The best combination of any popcorn show.
it was a pretty shit cartoon though, the intro was the only good part
the comic book tie in was actually quite good though, some anon storytimed them a few months ago