Adult Entertainment

Swimming for adults – you have to be that high to ride this ride.

1. You have to be that high to ride this ride
2. There is no “P” in the pool
3. Harvey Birdman, attorney
4. Aqua Teen Hunger Force
5. Sealab 2021
6. Broke Show
7. English Channel Swimming
8. Bobby G. Can’t Swim

1. You have to be that high to ride this ride

Adult Swim is a unique kind of Must-See TV found on Cartoon Network. They are providing a jewel of cartoon hilarity the size of fast food for a crowd that has become too tired and conscious for network fare. These viewers need juice, and Adult Swim delivers on all accounts.

2. There is no “P” in the pool

The shows in the Adult Swim line-up know about our attention-deficit and don’t bore us with unnecessary nagging. For example, Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law, lasts 15 minutes, and they laugh harder at it than ***. To play in this pool, you have to close your laptop and turn off the cell phone as the lightning-fast jokes and humor are thrown at you a mile a minute.

3. Harvey Birdman, attorney

Harvey Birdman the Attorney was once Birdman the superhero, but he is now a dumb practicing attorney. All his cases involve legal disputes between other cartoon characters. He’s handled cases involving a custody battle for young Jonny Quest, a copyright infringement dispute between the Chan Clan and Jabberjaw, and defended Scooby and Shaggy on trumped-up pot charges.

Hammer in hand, mighty Thor plays the judge. One of the episodes is a slippery Sopranos parody starring Fred Flintstone, the Dabba Don. He comes to Harvey to defend his many “businesses.” Throughout the 15-minute episode, you’ll see Harvey’s assistant malfunctioning on the mobsters’ side, Harvey adding commentary to the footage of old Flintstone, and a pterodactyl lamp is taking up the stands.

4. Aqua Teen Hunger Force

Aqua Teen Hunger Force is about a group of food items living together in South Jersey. A pistachio milkshake, a bag of fries, and a meatball combine to make a crime-fighting trio. Lazy as they are, they’re making an effort to rid New Jersey’s suburbs of unwanted mischief And crime.

This wacky trio was originally conceived to appear on Cartoon Network’s hit talk show, Space Ghost Coast-to-Coast. Ah, but the network knows a good thing when they see it and gave these misfits a fighting chance with their show during the ever-popular night-time line-up of more adult cartoon fare known as Adult Swim.

5. Sealab 2021

Aww, the drama of a dangerously doomed underwater colony and its servants who can’t stand each other. The year is 2021 and in the depths of the great blue ocean is a monumental high-tech complex known to all as Sealab. With a multinational scientific staff and a trillion-dollar budget, the lab is dedicated to researching and exploring the mysteries of the deep.

Underwater colonization has been the order of the day since the Earth’s surface has become crowded, hot, and icky. As with most government agencies, Sealab is staffed by a motley crew of malcontents and misfits unfit for private sector work. This hapless crew has manipulated their wayward leader, Captain Murphy, into submission and is purely content to ride the government clock and bring in a fat, dangerous salary. The humor touches a deep chord in reality and is one of the funniest things Cartoon Network has ever revered.

Here’s a clip between the captain and Marco:

Marco: Relax, I’ll see what I can do to find your toy.

Captain Murphy:

  • It’s not a toy.
  • It makes real cupcakes with a 40-watt bulb.
  • There are packets of icing sugar.

But the secret ingredient is love. Damn.

Marco: Try to calm down, eat some pudding.

Captain Murphy: Pudding can’t fill the void in me! But it will help.

6. Broke Show

“The Brak Show is the story of a neighborhood. It’s the story of a family. It’s the story of what happens when adults have kids, and those kids go to school. And Brak is in it. He lives in a house. House on a quiet street similar to yours or mine. A house in a neighborhood. That’s The Brak Show.” 

 That’s the official network description of their new hit sitcom starring Brak, the absent-minded space pirate from the Space Ghost cartoons, who goes through all the typical sitcom situations with his friend Zorak, as well as Brak’s parents, brother Sisto and his neighbor. Thundercleese along for the ride.

7. English Channel Swimming

The hilarious giant block of adult-themed entertainment also includes the shows: Baby Blues, Cowboy Bebop, InuYasha, Lupine the 3rd, Mission Hill, The Oblongs, Reign: The Conqueror, The Ripping Friends, and Trigun.

The line-up is completed with ex-Fox Network nighttime-tons, The Family Guy, and Futurama.

8. Bobby G. Can’t Swim

The cornerstone of the parade of humor is former superhero Space Ghost and his popular talk shows Space Ghost Coast-to-Coast. 

 Remember the critically acclaimed Superhero Space Ghost? Now in his forties, he is no longer a superhero and goes by his real name Tad Ghostal. However, to stay in the spotlight, he has started his late-night talk show, filmed in his studio in space.

His co-host, former villain Zorak, and director Moltar interviewed Earth through their videophone. Space Ghost has interviewed many major celebrities, including Jim Carrey, Weird Al Yankovic, Johnny Carson, and Cameron Diaz.

Truly Trivial: There was once an episode where Chad, Space Ghost’s evil twin brother, visits the show to cause chaos.