Save Home Movies on Cartoon Network (adult swim)

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Every once in a great while there is a show that touches your heart and your mind. You almost piss yourself with laugher. You think, This show is genius. I could honestly say that most shows have to prove themselves with in your face profanity, which lacks any classical comedic thought.
Cartoon Network has decided to end one of the most creatively written and animated series of all times, Home Movies. Home Movies star Brendon Small (star and creator) documents life through the making of movies while simultaneously interacting with everyday events. The show is truly genius. Brendons characters friends Jason (voiced by H. Jon Benjamin) and Melissa (voiced by Melissa Bardin Galsky) add the improvised comedy that has been lacking in almost every other sitcom on television. The character of coach McGuirk (voiced by H. Jon Benjamin) is always causing mischief but with a kind heart. The interactions between children and adults make the show. We find children are not so different than the adults, and it will make any viewer laugh until their stomach hurts.
The show was made by Soup2nuts which was also the team behind Dr. Katz. Anyone who has watched either show will quickly recognize the voice actors and the over all sense of humor. Quick witted and talented, Brendon Small and the rest of the cast have assembled a show that has been spread only through world of mouth. Anyone who watched the show will quickly realize that it is hilarious, and they will want to watch more. Unfortunately Cartoon Network thinks 50ish episodes is enough and they have cancelled the show. They probably dont realize the fan base the show actually has. I plead with you to petition the Cartoon Network to save the show. If you have not seen the show give it a watch (Sunday, midnight for Colorado, probably 11 for the rest of you on cartoon network). This show is truly outstanding. Cartoon Network is making a huge mistake.

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