Mung tells Chowder that one day he'll have to grow up and run the kitchen on his own once he becomes old enough. Chowder didn't want to grow up and sings a song explaining why, but he sings the same ...
The offbeat adventures of Courage, a cowardly dog who must overcome his own fears to heroically defend his unknowing farmer owners from all kinds of dangers, paranormal events and menaces that appear around their land.
At the end of the closing credits, the Cartoon Network logo opens to reveal Chowder dragging a sack of food. He pulls out an O from the "Cartoon" and munches on it like a donut; but as he walks off, an apple drops from the sack, and the logo closes with the apple replacing the O. See more »
The first airings of the show didn't include the puppet segments during the end credits. Instead it had still photos shown from episodes that were played. See more »
I must say, I was a great fan of some CN shows like Dexter's Laboratory, Foster's Home, Adam Lion, JOhnny Bravo, Edd, Ed and Eddy, and all the classics, but my 8 year old daughter (7 then) liked Chowder most of all. So I gave it a chance. And it didn't disappoint me. What a funny greatly done artistic show! :) And what a great surprise: Chowder (voice) is really a kid, he almost looks like his character, he's adorable. That's a big plus, and all the actors are great. Amazing although sometimes a but tough humor, but still amazing. And there are already some cult lines in the show, and some incredible artistic shoots. 10* from me!
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