There are thirteen episodes, all of which include violence, language, and sex: Episode 1: The animal babies recite the alphabet in a whole new way. Episode 2: Various "magic" tricks are performed. Episode 3: Show and tell day turns hectic when stranger and stranger things are brought in. Episode 4: The babies play superhero, but Puppy turns villain when Cat takes his idea. Episode 5: The gang meets Cat's cousin, and they all go to play Dungeons and Dragons in his basement. Episode 6: Puppy has various troubles trying to make the Thanksgiving dinner. Episode 7: A spoof on A Christmas Story, where Cat longs for a Red Ryder BB gun for Christmas. Episode 8: On Valentine's Day, the gang goes to a club to pick up women, but Puppy has a breakdown. Episode 10: The animal babies go on Cat's stepfather's computer to look for porn, but are sucked into the virtual reality. Episode 11: The gang forms a band to make it into "The Battle for Boozefest," which Puppy thinks is solely for sex. Episode ...
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The DVD release includes the episode Retarded Animal Babies 9 and Retarded Animal Babies 16 which were never shown on the Internet. However, episode 9 eventually got released online for the show's 10th anniversary, on April 6, 2013. See more
The color of Hamster's stomach and nose change continuously throughout. See more
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The end credits say, "Several animated animals were harmed during the making of this film." See more
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