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Asbestos I Can

Asbestos I Can (2011) Season 6 Episode 61- Squidbillies Cartoon Episode Guide Asbestos I Can

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  • Williams Street
  • Animation Studio: Radical Axis
  • Distributed by: Adult Swim, Cartoon Network
  • Cartoon Characters: Earlie Cuyler, Krystal.
  • Voice Actors: Todd Barry, Stuart Daniel Baker, Mary Kraft.
  • Produced By Jay Edwards, Keith Crofford, Michael Lazzo.
  • Editor: Jay Edwards, Phil Samson.
  • First Aired on September 11, 2011.
  • Originally Aired on Adult Swim Adult Swim.
  • Running Time: 11 minutes.
  • Season: 6
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:


Early's addiction to asbestos hats gives him a terminal disease, and the Sheriff decides to let Early have his last wishes granted.

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A family of inbred squids tears the ass out of all creation in the North Georgia Mountains. It's not all drinking, brawling and reckless gunplay. Occasionally, they use crossbows. There's also hate,...  (more)

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