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In the Simpsons -dominated world of adult cartoons, the thing that sets him apart might be that he's so doggone normal. Well, it's still apparently a go project, with producer Andrew Lazar saying earlier this year that a new screenwriter had been brought aboard. Their delightful final exchange leaves the movie on a high note, and is the chief reason why we're looking forward to the incoming sequel. Not all black animated characters are for children, though. And it's a testament to this film that, while the character's been played a thousand times, this one feels like the original. In , Byrd briefly broke up with Kricfalusi and moved out of the house she shared with him in LA.
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Of course, animated African-American characters were popular long before Disney decided to create one. Save the World Furball, he sighs, apologetically.
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