Kevin Spencer
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    • Item: Kevin Spencer Location: by James Fleming

      Kevin Spencer is a very unusual little cartoon show that originated (and as far as I know is only shown in) that country we like to call Canada. It airs on their Comedy Channel, although rarely and basically only whenever the channel feels like showing it (usually really late on a Sunday night).

      The show is about our would be hero, Kevin Spencer.

      Kevin is a troubled kid, as we are informed by the song. He drinks and smokes constantly, his mother is a whore and his father is an unemployed lazy drunkard. He also has an imaginary friend, a big bird named Allen who tells him to do all sorts of crazy things. On occasion Kevin will see demons and just start running, and his father will yell “Get ...

      • them demons, boy!” or something to that effect.

        The production values of the show are probably the worst I have ever seen in a cartoon. Truthfully it makes South Park look like it is made with billions of dollars. It is simple flash animation, the sort of stuff you would expect a 12 year old kid to make the first time he ever got to play with a

        Flash Animation program. That said, the animation works for the show, and it is truthfully one of the funniest things I have ever seen on TV, although I have only been fortunate enough to catch a handful of episodes.

        If you are looking for something different and hilarious and you happen to live in Canada, check out Kevin Spencer if you ever get the chance. It is truly a great show.

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