Wonder Showzen

    Everything About Fiction You Never Wanted to Know.
    It's the Chernobyl of kids' TV shows!
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    "WARNING: WONDER SHOWZEN CONTAINS OFFENSIVE, DESPICABLE CONTENT THAT IS TOO CONTROVERSIAL AND TOO AWESOME FOR ACTUAL CHILDREN. THE STARK, UGLY, PROFOUND TRUTHS WONDER SHOWZEN EXPOSES MAY BE SOUL-CRUSHING TO THE WEAK OF SPIRIT. IF YOU ALLOW A CHILD TO WATCH THIS SHOW, YOU ARE A BAD PARENT OR GUARDIAN."
    ~ The warning that opens every episode

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    Wonder Showzen was a grotesque parody of Sesame Street that managed, against all odds and Executive Meddling, to last two complete seasons on MTV. It features delights such as:

    • Muppets who...
      • Put a robotic slave, a monkey, and the human spirit on trial.
      • Suffer from AIDS.
      • Literally have sex with Middle America.
    • Beat Kids, a segment where an intrepid young reporter asks increasingly annoying and disturbing questions to New York City residents.
    • Horse Apples, a Parody of Hee Haw and Blue Collar TV.

    The spiritual predecessor of Xavier: Renegade Angel.


    Tropes used in Wonder Showzen include:
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    Boy: "It was that summer I developed a crush on my sister."
    Girl: "That wasn't your sister!"
    Boy: "It wasn't? Ew."

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