Judge David Johnson has CatDog-related night terrors on a frequent basis.
Our review of CatDog: Season One, Part 1, published November 6th, 2011, is also available.
Hey. More of this.
Shout! Factory will not rest until every mid-to-late-'90s Nickelodeon cartoon is released, piece-meal, into the ether. Their latest serving is part one of the second season of this goofy relic, CatDog. Allow me to refresh your memory: CatDog is a terrifying perversion of science, a grotesque fusion of cat and dog into one contiguous specimen. Not surprisingly, this abomination has some psychological problems, which passes as relentless quirkiness. CatDog: Season Two, Part 1 offers ten episodes on two discs.
When I reviewed the previous CatDog release, I came to it with a blank slate. It aired outside of my bandwidth, so I was only familiar with it on the periphery. (Didn't Taco Bell have some CatDog merchandise or am I hallucinating?) This is a goofy show and enjoyable in its off-beat humor and borderline gross-out gags. When I first spooled up the series, I got a pretty healthy kick out of their shenanigans, but like mainlining the kreme from a Krispy Kreme donut, the thrill eventually brought on a rather large headache.
Shout! Factory's DVD set: Iffy standard definition 1.33:1 full frame, Dolby 2.0 stereo, and no extras.
Still ridiculous and kind of twisted, but my CatDog fascination might be
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