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Apollo's Pad (WARNING: Uncensored Puppetry for adults)

Discussion in 'Puppet News' started by mupcollector1, Oct 2, 2012.

  1. mupcollector1

    mupcollector1 Well-Known Member

    Warning: Even though the following was created by the people behind "Mr. Meaty", the content might not be appropriate to sensitive viewers and non-mature adults.

    Has anyone seen Apollo's Pad on the web or their new Canadian TV show? I think it's super hilarious. It's from the Canadian group called "The Grogs" and they were also known for the show on Nickelodeon Mr. Meaty. But this time, they made something for adults. I figure that I put up a warning on top because I've noticed from time to time that there's some younger Muppet fans on here. But then again, age has nothing to do with it. Heck I watched South Park when it first came out when I was 8 or so, and watched ton of MTV Animated shows too growing up...Good Times, Good Times. lol Anyway I know there might be some sensitive viewers on this forum and I wanted to post the clips because I personally love Apollo's Pad. But if you can't handle strong language, sexual type humor, brief violence and over all irreverent humor then it might not be for you. But if you can handle it....enjoy :)


  2. Blink

    Blink Member

    Apollo's Pad little known fact: There were actually several 11 min episodes produced and aired on Nickelodeon; Nick at Nite.
  3. Blink

    Blink Member

    I may be mistaken with the actual channel (could have been Teletoon), but the episodes were created and aired.
  4. mupcollector1

    mupcollector1 Well-Known Member

    They got their own show now on Canadian television. So that might be what your mentioning. The web shows came first I think.
  5. Blink

    Blink Member

    Yes, that's exactly what I am mentioning! I just mixed up the broadcaster. It was not a whole season, though. Just about six, 11 min. episodes.

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