Brickleberry is set to premier on Comedy Central on Sept. 25th @ 10:30pm EST, and having seen the first two episodes, Comedy Central sure does have a hit on their hands. Recently, Waco O’Guin and Roger Black had a chance to talk with Animation Magazine pretty much answering the exact same questions that I asked when we did our interview. However, one interesting tidbit was when Waco was talking about their pitch meeting with FOX:

We first sold the show to Fox in 2009, and to prepare us for our presentation, they told us not to hold back because it’s not going to air in that form,” says O’Guin. “But when the bigwigs saw it, they said, ‘Oh no, we can’t air this!’ I guess it was too much for them!”

As compared to their pitch meeting with Comedy Central:

“The first thing they said to us was, ‘You know, you can really push this further!

Check out the trailer for Brickleberry here and as mentioned the show starts Sept. 25th @ 10:30 pm EST on Comedy Central.

John Schwarz

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