Wow, these people are just heartless, as if Mr. Krabs was running both Nick and Viacom! This show was intended to entertain animators, but Nickeltrocious, as I like to call them, said, "Hey look, moving pictures with bright colors! This looks perfect for kids!" (At this point, the Klasky Csupo graffiti logo could've became a show. Yeah that'll put some images in your head!) Anyway, before I give people nightmares, when the promo for Breadlosers came out, I already had no high expectations whatsoever for the former "first network for kids"; shows like Fanboy and Chum Chum and Sanjay and Craig had proven to me that they no longer care about catering to their audience. All they want is to nickel and dime careless parents and take advantage of the fact that they don't pay much attention to what their kids are watching. Personally, I have never actually seen an episode of the show, and I don't want to. Instead, I listen to what other people have to say, and boy did this show get some critical backlash! What's even worse is the even more controversial nick and more.com article about this abomination being the #1 show for the network's target demographic, ages 2-11. To continue, the journalist even said that "they put kids first". Oh by that you mean giving kids a first hand look at animal abuse (Spongebob), people being driven to suicide (still Spongebob), infected splinters (okay this is getting old let's move on to another show), and characters forcing their friends to vomit (a la Sanjay and Craig). Now that I have my examples over with, let's get to the premise of this... thing. Two ducks, SwaySway and Badeuce (where'd they get these names from?) fly around in a rocket van delivering bread to a bad part of town. They constantly throw butts at us *insert As Seen on TV joke here* as well as other forms of tasteless, wannabe-Ren-and-Stimpy gross out humor. They even use their butts as weapons O_o. Plus, their designs are hideous; it's as if someone took Flappy Bird, made doubles of it, colored it green in MS Paint, photo shopped them onto tall and short people's bodies (also painted green), and animated them in Adobe Flash. There you go, SwaySway and Badeuce in a nutshell! Other jokes in here are bland slapstick and pop culture references no one within the main audience will understand (which is why the pilot was supposed to be FOR ANIMATORS. KIDS AGES 2-11 ARE MORE THAN LIKELY NOT ANIMATORS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! D:<) Also, a huge complaint I have about the show is it's take on love; it's very disturbing! If you don't believe me, watch Love Loaf and Quazy for Vanessa. In Love Loaf, the ducks find a loaf of bread with a heart in the middle. The Bread Master guy or whatever he is tells the duo that if you get someone to eat the bread, they will fall in love with you. The tall duck object thing wants to get his crush, Jenny Quackles, to eat the Love Loaf so they can get married and have kids. Instead of telling the boys a positive message about not forcing someone to fall in love with you, the bread guy tells them "love takes some time". Yeah, forcing food down someone's throat so they will like you takes a while to get used to, excellent message for the kids! -____- So the boys break into summer camp, where Jenny is going to, and cross-dress their way into getting her to eat the Love Loaf. Don't wanna mention the ending AT ALL. And as for Quazy for Vanessa, you'll have to see it for yourself. Bottom line: parents, if you are reading this, DO NOT I REPEAT DO NOT LET YOUR KIDS WATCH THIS MORALLY CORRUPTED SHOW. Unless you want them to be exposed to as much messed up crap as possible, just keep your sanity. By the way, there is a petition on change.org to ban the episode that I just mentioned. You'll see why. Nickelodeon has been rendering me hopeless in terms of it improving since 2009, when Spongebob's 10th anniversary was overly hyped and in the end flat out lied to its fan base, causing it to plummet down to earth. So far I'm completely convinced that corporate greed and the philosophy that "kids are dumb and know nothing" have been taking over Nickelodeon, not actual humans who have experience with kids. Thank you for listening to my little rant. I would seriously go insane if my 2 year old brother watched this show; it's bad enough that my 5 and 10 year old nieces are getting a kick out of it.