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I remember growing up when cartoons were full of innuendo. They’ve evolved and now are full of sex, vulgarity and at times offensively funny jokes.

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I  remember  growing up when cartoons were  full of  innuendo to  keep adults  entertained even while the kiddies watched. Adult situations  were more so implied, like intimacy in the old school television shows.  Like what used to be private or intimate would cut away at moments of  onscreen passion,  cartoons  have  evolved as well.   With that evolution came  some cartoons full of  sex, vulgarity and  even a little crass thrown in and they’re gut-busting and at times offensively funny.


South Park was the pioneer, the first  adult cartoon to  kick off a phenomenon of crass adult cartoons on TV. They tried to censor it, they  boycotted, angry because  children were watching. However, it came on cable and it came on after 10 p.m.  It was  definitely not meant for children. Then Family Guy  hit  network  television in  prime time. It  changed everything. Family Guy  was bolder, sex-fueled and crasser than  anything The Simpsons, a long-running  family-friendly prime time cartoon could come up with.

TV Executives realized they had hit a new niche market and suddenly Cartoon Network, which  was the 24-hour home to cartoons started Adult Swim.  Adult Swim  is a series of cartoons that would  come on after 11 p.m. when the kids were sleep.

Over the years, the cartoons have rotated but you could find the likes of  South Park, Family Guy, Moral Orel, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Drawn Together and  similar. All the cartoons shown during this 3-4 hour  block of programming  are  too mature  for the little ones and  geared towards making the child at heart smile.

I love Family Guy, then when  American Dad  followed  I was in love. I’ve always been a cartoon  fanatic but, of course, I don’t want to watch The Rugrats or Scooby Doo anymore. In my teens, I was  in love with the MTV cartoon series Daria. Okay, I confess I’m still in love with it and have the whole box set. I like shopping at the local stores though I found that I was limited to enjoying only what was offered in my area. Once I started watching  TV on the internet, I  found the variety  opened up a whole  new world of  comedy.

American  cartoons  are funny.  I’ve found  European  cartoons to be extremely cynical  and  crass and Canadian cartoons  full of sex, swearing, and  fun.  Some of my favorite  adult cartoons can be found on Hulu. If you haven’t  checked them out  yet I suggest you invite your friends for snacks and a laugh fest. Check out my  top 5 below.

Kevin Spencer

Kevin  is a drug addicted  delinquent  teen son on of two  alcoholic  trailer trash parents. His mother is  the neighborhood slut, his  dad the neighborhood joke. Kevin and his  dad both are  constantly in and out of  jail for theft and other minor offenses. Kevin  has an imaginary friend, Allen the magic  goose, who convinces him to commit mischief and mayhem.

Fugget About It

Fugget About It chronicles the life of the  Falcone  family, a new York mafia  boss and his family. After  snitching on his  old  gang Jimmy and his family are put into  witness protection, given a  new name and  sent to Canada. Old habits  die hard and this  family is truly like fish out of the water. They bring their old New York tricks with them and  chaos  ensues.

Brickleberry

Brickleberry is set in a national  park and  features a  crazy  cast of  characters. Malloy, the talking  bear, Denzel, the token  black, Ethel the overzealous do-gooder, Connie, the lesbian and  Woody, bumbling  idiot in control. The  show is full of sex, offensive jokes and even some bestiality.

The Dating Guy

The Dating Guy is  about 4  friends; VJ, Sam, Mark, and Woody who  spend the majority of their  day trying to get. When not trying to get laid they’re trying to get out of trouble that their last conquest caused. From being  shrunken to doll size to waking up  with a naked leprechaun in  their house the antics on this  show are  crazy.

Odd Job Jack

Odd Job Jack – Jack is a loveable but idiotic guy. He works for a temp agency and  every episode he is sent to try another  job. Jack  means well, but everything he touches  causes  something to  go  wrong. He has  two best friends, one agoraphobic, better his  career guide and  his  family round out the cast. Hilarity ensues in every episode with many  being  highly offensive and sexual

The  cartoons I listed above are not for the little ones. They’re  rude, funny, sexual and  in the  case of  Kevin Spencer, drug- laden. If you enjoy the Family Guy, South Park, and  American Dad then  you  will love these adult themed animations.

Thinker, Avid Reader, Couch Potato. Sapphire Hill is a writer from Baltimore Maryland who loves to delve deeper into the whys of everything. Staff writer for 86 Blvd and Badd Magazine. Blogger and talent promoter for Sapphire Spotlight On Talent.

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