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Uncle Grandpa Cartoon Network Show Wiki|Promo |Story |Title Song|Charectors |Voices

Uncle Grandpa Cartoon Network Comedy Show|Promo |Story |Title Song|Charectors |Voices

Uncle Grandpa Cartoon Network Comedy Show|Promo |Story |Title Song|Charectors |Voices

Uncle Grandpa is an American animated television series created by Peter Browngardt for Cartoon Network in 2013.

The series is based on Browngardt's animated short of the same name from The Cartoonstitute. Uncle Grandpa is also a spin-off of Secret Mountain Fort Awesome. It is produced by Cartoon Network Studios.

The show is a surreal action-adventure comedy that relies extensively on visual gags and catchphrases. Creator Pete Browngardt has cited the work of cartoonists Don Martin, Gary Larson and Robert Crumb, as well as Golden Age-era animators such as Tex Avery when it came to developing the style of the show.

Each 11-minute episode is presented in a unique format, consisting of a main seven to nine minute story, some short bumpers typically composed of a quick visual joke, and an original short that focuses on the show's side-characters.
Uncle Grandpa Cartoon Network Comedy Show|Promo |Story |Title Song|Charectors |Voices
Uncle Grandpa Cartoon Network Comedy Show|Promo |Story |Title Song|Charectors |Voices
Story of  Uncle Grandpa

Uncle Grandpa, the babysitter who is the uncle-grandpa and brother-dad of every child and adult in the world, stops by children's houses every day to see how they are doing.

The children he visits have a problem of their own and Uncle Grandpa tries to help them through a series of chaotic and surreal misadventures.

He lives in a recreational vehicle (RV) and is accompanied by a red talking fanny pack named Belly Bag, an anthropomorphic dinosaur named Mr. Gus, a photo cutout of a tiger named Giant Realistic Flying Tiger, and a talking pizza slice named Pizza Steve.
Uncle Grandpa Cartoon Network Comedy Show|Promo |Story |Title Song|Charectors |Voices
Uncle Grandpa Cartoon Network Comedy Show|Promo |Story |Title Song|Charectors |Voices

Characters of Uncle Grandpa
  • Uncle Grandpa (voiced by Peter Browngardt) – The series' protagonist. Uncle Grandpa has a large lumpy-staircase-shaped head, a red horseshoe moustache, pink nose, a red fanny pack that talks, a propeller hat, and an outfit consisting of a white shirt, lederhosen with rainbow suspenders, knee high tube socks, and black shoes. His outward appearance is very childlike and simplistic, and he is well-meaning, fun-loving, supporting, somewhat wise and surprisingly competent. In "Uncle Grandpa Sitter" he reveals that one of his abilities is to create a duplicate of himself, which he does in many episodes. His catchphrase is "Good morning!"
  • Belly Bag (voiced by Eric Bauza) − Uncle Grandpa's talking red fanny pack and his closest friend, who carries all of his priceless valuables especially Uncle Grandpa's weapon of choice, his laser hammer. Belly Bag's insides contain many weird objects and dimensions, including a castle where Frankenstein's Monster lives. Despite being practically attached to Uncle Grandpa, Belly Bag has the ability to walk and can produce multiple hands from inside his body. He even has the ability to see despite having no visible eyes. In the second Uncle Grandpa short, "Secret Mountain Uncle Grandpa", he is referred to as "Fanny Pack" and is voiced by Paul Rugg. His catchphrase is "What's cookin', good-lookin'?"
  • Giant Realistic Flying Tiger − A static photographic cutout of a tiger that Uncle Grandpa rides on to get around. Tiger is Uncle Grandpa's other best friend, and while she exhibits normal tiger traits such as only being able to communicate by roaring, she is able to fly and leaves a rainbow trail as she goes. The rainbow trail is also expelled from Tiger's rear end when she passes gas. Her personality is a cross between that of a stereotypical teenage girl, a house cat and a real-life tiger. In order for Tiger's emotions to be shown, only certain parts of her body (specifically her face) are animated; this is done in a stop motion style.
  • Pizza Steve (voiced by Adam DeVine) − An anthropomorphic talking pizza slice with sunglasses and a member of Uncle Grandpa's crew. He tells people how cool and awesome he is, which annoys his nemesis Mr. Gus. Pizza Steve is depicted as extremely vain. Despite this, he is very popular, is a hit with women, and is a good friend of Uncle Grandpa. Pizza Steve is featured in his own cartoon shorts entitled "A Slice of Life with Pizza Steve", which usually involve Pizza Steve exaggerating his abilities. In "Tiger Trails", he claims to be a black belt in Italian Karate, but he wears the black belt over his eyes instead of around his waist. His catchphrase is "I'm like a modern-day Thomas Einstein except a brazillion times better!"
  • Mr. Gus (voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson) − Mr. Gus is usually the voice of reason. He is a large, firebreathing green dinosaur who was Uncle Grandpa's rival in "Leg Wrestler", but eventually became his friend and bodyguard. He is unfazed by most of Uncle Grandpa's eccentricities and seems to have an even temper despite his roommates, but often loses his temper, especially where Pizza Steve's antics are concerned. One of Mr. Gus' favorite parts of the day is 9:00 pm, which is his designated bathroom time, and during that period he likes to take a bubble bath and read for an hour. His catchphrase is "You're just sayin' that to get under my skin."

Telecast Details of Uncle Grandpa

    • Show Name :- Uncle Grandpa
    • Channel Name  - CN
    • Launch Date :-  May 2015
    • Days - Daily
    • Timings -10.30am
    • Genre :- Comedy
    • Language:- Hindi
    Source:- Wiki


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