Okay so apparently Cartoon Network’s Almost Naked Animals has been around for a while, but because my girls stick to only a handful of channels, we never got the memo on this one. That is until just recently.
Patience, Piper and I recently watched – for the first time – Almost Naked Animals: Volume 1, on DVD and all I can say is ~ this show is cr-a-zzzy! Some one behind the scenes of this series has a very peculiar sense of humor (kind of like Nickelodeon’s Real Monsters – wow…or Disney’s Fish Hooks).
Cartoon Network’s Almost Naked Animals is a very interesting cartoon. It’s funny though, don’t get me wrong. The girls and I really had a good time watching the show, but I do think Piper got annoyed by a few of the characters because in the middle of watching the last episode Piper brought me this note that read:
If you didn’t get that – she doesn’t like that Poodle cause it’s mean, Pig and Duck because they’re annoying, Sloth is just weird and Nar-Whal is loud. On a good note – she loves Batty, Bunny, dog and octopus.
Would I allow my kids to watch this show again? Sure. I thought it was pretty funny. Now granted, some episodes might have been a little gross but I thought it was bad enough to tell them to change shows.
PS- the merchandise for this show is too cute! I love sporting my new bag about as much as Patience loves sporting her new T-shirt.
Almost Naked Animals; It’s My Party! (Vol.1)
Release date: September 25, 2012
Runtime: 70 minutes
Available at the official ANA website, amazon and other mass retail stores (online and off)
Quick summary of the show:
Based on the quirky designs of Noah Z. Jones, (creator of Fish Hooks), Almost Naked Animals features an ensemble cast of underwear-clad animals, led by Howie, the fun-loving, hospitality challenged canine manager of the beachfront hotel, Banana Cabana.
Be sure to visit the official website of Almost Naked Animals; you don’t want to miss out on the Free downloads, fun & games, cool merchandise and your chance to learn more about this hilarious show.
Disclosure: I was provided with an Almost Naked Animals gift-pack (thanks to Child’s Play PR on behalf of Cartoon Network) for my participation in this feature. This was not a paid post nor was I expected to say anything positive.