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  • a.k.a. Cartoon Inc.
  • Cartoon Characters: Frank, Tony, Bing, Dean, Sammy.
  • Produced By Danny Antonucci.
  • First Aired on August 15, 1994.
  • Originally Aired on MTV MTV.
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A. / Canada  Canada

Cartoon Summary:

A sacred ceremony is held to decide which one of the Grunts is The Chosen One, who will save the Grunts from extinction. The Chosen One is Perry. He becomes incredibly stressed out, and flees from the Monastery and into the "world" of humans. Now his five...  (more)

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Gross to the max!

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By the time Beavis and Butthead were in full swing, the Brothers Grunt grunt was added to the excellent stream of maturely themed animated shows produced by Mtv (including Aeon Flux, Cartoon Sushi, The Maxx, and the Head). When I first saw this show, it was a...  (read more)

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