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(out of 3 reviews)
AGE
5
QUALITY
 
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Adult Written byAl Jackson April 15, 2012
AGE
11
QUALITY
 

Great show!

This show is GREAT! It is really funny and keeps kids occupied LOL.
Adult Written byrororobottt October 3, 2011
AGE
2
QUALITY
 

Wow.

This show is a rip off of other terrible shows. It has parts in it that are supposed to be funny, like screaming/ running around and "funny" phrases, but the comedic timing is ridiculously so far off to the point where I almost cried at how bad I felt for Melanie Watts being so proud for this. It becomes screamingly apparent she is proud of her work when she deems it necessary to include a blip of her own name in the introduction. The main character is ridiculously bland. So bland that I would much rather watch a snail crawl down the street--now THAT'S entertainment. He's just some sort of neurotic squirrel that's too trusting for his own good. He's not a three-dimensional character--totally un-relateable, and has no humanistic imperfections. He's just too dumb. This show should be aimed more towards younger children--such as "infantile." The colors will keep them entertained since the humor most certainly won't.
Adult Written byTommypezmaster September 8, 2011
AGE
2
QUALITY
 

Homestar Runner if resorting to potty humor

It is bad enough that this Cartoon Network series promotes bulling, but to brainwash people into liking the horrid animation and voice acting. Scaredy Squirrel has become the most duncical show ever seen on Cartoon Network, even more hammerheaded than BOTH Gym Partner & Baby Looney Tunes combined! If this show return in 2012, please for the love of all that's John K., steer clear of this insipid show. you're better off watching T.U.F.F. Puppy on Nick and Nicktoons.