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Father of the Pride is the most subversive and hilarious sitcom since the similarly whacked-before-its-time Greg the Bunny and consistently matches the laughs quotient of the King of Animated Comedies, The Simpsons.
Funny-ha-ha or funny-cute? I think the show wants us to say "funny ha-ha," but I couldn't get out of funny-cute mode, probably because the computer-generated imaging used to animate the show kept reminding me of movies like Shrek or Toy Story.
If the producers and writers of this show are in therapy, then it's not working. And if they're not in therapy, they should consider it, but not just therapy; these people need to undergo deep psychoanalysis.
Father of the Pride is so much more than crude humor. The plotlines are fun, intelligent and well thought out. The cast of characters is varied and always engaging to watch. The vocal casting could not be better. The CGI is the best I have seen on TV.
[Father of the Pride] can be an amusing, semi-irreverent diversion, but in the first two episodes, I didn't care about any of the characters because not enough care was put into crafting them as individuals. They're all types we've seen before.
It's startlingly vulgar for a show that NBC ferociously pitched at children during its Olympics telecasts, and sadly short on good laughs for a show with so much top-notch voice talent to be of much interest to adults.