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The story of Home Movies begins in February of 1999. UPN was sure it had a hit in bringing “Dilbert”, the office satire cartoon strip, to a TV show. As part of the event, they decided a companion show would help. Looking for a family show, they headed to Soup2Nuts. Loren Bouchard invisioned an idea of an improvised character show,
Release date: 26 April 1999
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My Favorite TV Show Characters (54 tv items)
I had friends like this as a kid. That 'special' kind of special.
I thrive to be this kind of actress.
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The Best TV Shows of all time (35 tv items)
"a highly underrated cartoon. very funny. the first season was almost entirely improv-ed. the scripts were basically outlines. the voice actors are all very talented. especially john benjamin."
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Adult Animated Comedies (25 tv items)
"Loren Bouchard with Brendan Small and H Jon Benjamin. As far as animated comedy goes, these names can do no wrong.
Home movies is very honest and very funny. It gets better after season 1 when it abandons the squigglevision of Dr katz. Coach McGirk is H Jon Benjamin's greatest character
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TV Shows' Best Episodes (28 tv items)
"My favorite 'Adult Swim' animated comedy, this show follows the adventures of junior filmaker Brendon, his friends Jason and Melissa, and the wholly inappropriate Coach McGuirk.
The most laugh-out-loud moment of the whole series comes during "Shore Leave," when Melissa, coerced into joining the nefarious Fairy Princess League, sets their Hq ablaze by microwaving a can of hairspray. She even does the slo-mo walking away from the blaze thing. It's inspired."