Parents' Guide to

Almost Naked Animals

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Skivvy-wearing animals' antics are zany fun for older kids.

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What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.

Community Reviews

age 10+

Based on 10 parent reviews

age 9+

The best anime ever

This show is my favorite anime, I rate 2000000000000/3 because I love it. The show captures the nakedness well and is very mature. My very favorite part is when they showed a chicken in a pool of gravy... TL;DR Very epic anime Would recommend -Joe

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
Too much sex
age 8+

All I can say is that this show actually was a hit I would say the hunor in this show is those found in spongeSpo.

also to the people who think negative when watching a childs cartoon you have issues major issues try to see it in a perspective of a child

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (10):
Kids say (39):

Let's be honest. There's something undeniably funny about seeing animals in underwear, and this laugh-out-loud cartoon will further tickle viewers' funny bones with its wacky characters and witty humor. Kids will love the exaggerated animation style of the animals' ridiculous appearances, which complement their crazy personalities and unlikely predicaments. Sloths, butterflies, pigs, cows, and even a timid octopus inhabit this unusual beachfront hotel, and it's all that fearless leader Howie can do to keep the walls from caving in, especially since he's usually at the heart of the mayhem.

The show's style and content cater to elementary-aged kids; preschoolers may have trouble distinguishing between reality and the gag-style violence (long-distance falls, car accidents, fire, and electrocution, all without realistic injury) that abounds in each episode. Parents might take issue with the female characters' breasts protruding through their undershirts, but it's clear they're not intended to be of a sexual nature. The show's writing is smart enough that adults will get some laughs right alongside their kids, so if you do watch with them, be sure to point out instances in which the characters' diversity encourages respect for differences and requires them to find common ground.

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