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Parody Motivator: New Alvin and the Chipmunks

I am general surprise when I found this last night. I mean, when was the last time a bad live action movie based a cartoon actually spawned a new cartoon? Closest thing I can remember were new Scooby Doo shows....

So far, from what I've seen, it seems to actually keep the spirit of the 80s/90s show. Other than the design change to make the Chipmunks and Chipettes to make them more like their movie counterparts, it is pretty much the same show actually (more than I can say for Teen Titans Go).

It is even on Nick Jr. NICK JR! The channel FULL of nothing but "interactive" kids show. To have a show for kids played out for laugh is a refreshing change of pace. Heck, I've been thinking how there has been a HUGE decline in cartoons like (and pretty much in general) recently.
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Baron-von-Blau's avatar

"Only took about four movies to make"

And only lasted about 3 seasons, apparently...

captainryno's avatar
"movie counterparts"??? ....


TV Show:…

...... i don't see it.

also, it's not on Nick Jr.! why do people keep saying that???
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GeltyDrake's avatar
They look like creepy little children! T,T Or creepy dolls!
SilverZeo's avatar
Yeah, Uncanny Chipmunk valley... But if you think they're too scary, then don't watch the episode with the talking teddy bear.
CCB-18's avatar
To me, they look more human than animal, with the exception of the noses.

Last time I saw something similar to that was both the Classic and the Modern ThunderCats...
RetroUniverseArt's avatar
These Chipmunks look pretty good, and from the looks of those toys and other stuff in their room, they're back to being kid size instead of chipmunk size -- as they should be.
SilverZeo's avatar
They're more like in between. They seem to be chipmunk size when they're at school though...
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