Official Synopsis: Sarcastic blue jay Mordecai (voiced by J. G. Quintel) and somewhat responsible raccoon Rigby (William Salyers) are best friends. They even work together at a park owned by Pops (Sam Marin), a big lollipop-headed guy. Which seems normal enough. They've got a cranky gumball machine for a boss (Martin) and they work alongside a Zen-like yeti named Skips (Mark Hamill). Yep. Everything is as regular as can be.
The 2-disc set features all twelve first season and twenty-eight second season episodes. Extras include:
LOL I can't believe I'm the only one that thinks that this looks atrociously bad!! What is Mark Hamill doing voicing a show like this??? Whatever happened to quality animated cartoons? Not long ago there was a post about a similar show, Adventure Show or something along those lines coming out on BD; where did the standards for animation go? So now every Tom, Dick and Harry is doing their own cartoon out of their basement?? These are sad times we live in...
@TheManInBlu If you hate these shows you'll want to skip Uncle Grandpa when it starts. Personally I love these shows. They're funny and well done. Regular Show being a love letter to the 80's and Adventure time taking inspiration from Zelda and D&D.
I do agree with you TheManInBlu that there doesn't seem to be many cartoons anymore that have great animation, like beautifully animated shows such as Animaniacs or Batman the Animated Series, from when i was younger. Though i've never seen this show so can't pass judgement, but from the clip above it looks like one of those surreal shows that doesn't take itself seriously, has it's own unique style and humour, so looks worth a watch!