Is this at all geared towards adults, or simply another case of a kid's show that draws an adult crowd (Adventure Time, for instance)?
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As the others mentioned, it's the latter, but it's on a classic Simpsons level on quotability. Girl, why you ackin' so cray cray?
The latter. It's pretty cool though, and the art's really good.
Definitely the latter.
I saw an episode once on a plane while there was nothing else on, definitely seemed to be more of an 'adventure time' kids show, drawing adults. mainly geared toward children with some things thrown in for adults as well