Parents' Guide to

Pig Goat Banana Cricket

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Fun, hectic cartoon set in absurd, imaginative world.

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A Lot or a Little?

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

Community Reviews

age 12+

Based on 6 parent reviews

age 8+
I Always See You Know Vomit And Don't Let A Little Child Watch This Okay.

This title has:

Too much violence
age 14+

pig goat banana cricket was not for kids

i think pig goat banana cricket was a amazing show but it was not for kids because its very vilonte banana picks up some zombie organs pig gets shot with lazers pig bites off crickets arm goat slams a guys arm in the door and it falls off goat runs through a mine feild after joining the army a kid picks his nose and pulls out his brain and falls over and it has lots of dark humor theres a board of punishment with a bottle of poision on it goat threatens banana by saying shell plan bananas funeral a peice of fruit commits suicide by jumping in a blender pig sits on a chair and a kid goes flying out the window and you can hear him get hit by a car banana robs a rappers grave pig tries to throw a fish back into the water but fails and it falls on the road and gets run over prince mermeow is about to get his head chopped off and pig goat banana cricket think theres no way they can save him and banana grabs some popcorn and says lets sit back and enjoy the show and theres a character named physcopath giraffe who tries to murder the main characters theres suicide references cricket rips a flower out of the ground and he says come on man end it an a giraffe sticks his head in a lions mouth and theres some edgy Adult jokes like the earth wants to make out with another planet bananas cousin says he will take banana to the spank bank a statues head falls off and pig thinks its a person and thinks hes dead pig dresses up as a pimp and theres a pickle bar and grill with thatbeing said i think pig goat banana cricket is ren and stimpy for a new generation and i dont recommend it for anyone under the age of 14

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much sex

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (6 ):
Kids say (11 ):

Pig Goat Banana Cricket's content is utter nonsense, but, given its entertainment value, kids won't care. What they will see instead is a place where imagination rules the day and the laws of nature don't apply, where a talking shopping cart can become your new best friend and your guitar might suddenly start singing back to you. They'll also notice a friendship that somehow withstands vast personality differences and every bizarre circumstance that can be imagined.

On the other hand, the stories suggest that no amount of bad or misguided behavior will have anything but hilarious consequences. It's unlikely that many kids will mistake what they see as anything near real life, but it does invite discussion about the differences between what we see on the screen and how things work (and don't work) in the real world.

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