Once you see any pic in Background expect it to show up again and often. BG in most animated shows are copy/past as much as possible. If they don't reuse the entire BG, they can just copy the cars etc from a small list of approved files. Watch other cars etc and you find nearly to all are reused.
My guess some staff owned or seen the real car then added a drawing to the library and now you'll seen it often.
------------------ Dr. Ian Malcolm: Yeah, but your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn't stop to think if they should. (Jurassic Park)
I hadn't either until earlier this month when I read a glowing review of it.
Don't be fooled by the fact that it's a cartoon with animal (as well as human) characters. It covers adult oriented themes... and no, I'm not referring to the typical low-hanging fruit of sex and violence.
I just finished watching Episode 4 of Season 3, and I was quite taken by the strangeness of it all. I was curious if perhaps anyone else online had also particularly enjoyed this episode and maybe written about it. Looks like I wasn't alone in my appreciation of it!
Just started watching Season 6. The show is somehow... different from the earlier seasons. The artwork also seems to be inferior, less detailed. However, not all is lost, as notchies are still making appearances.
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Cartoons have really gone down the drain! Too bad many of you were born after the real heyday of cartoons! Classics like Pink Panther, Scooby Doo, Road Runner, and two of my Favorites, Pepe LePew , and my number one favorite, Foghorn Leghorn ! Foghorn the Rooster, the **** with the walk, always going to show the young-un how its done! And it all blowing up in his face ! Oh and Johnny Quest ! That was the day of Cartoons! After Speed Racer, it all went down the drain!
Oh yeah, Popeye, didn't forget about him ! Just didn't include him, and no particular reason not to, other than immediate others that came to mind. And Bojack Horseman or whatever it is? Never heard of it, heard of Sponge Bob, and Simpsons, and Beavis and Butthead, but no quality humor there.
But watching the Pink Panther smashing an alarm clock, and dropping it into a cellar with a stack of more, was just as funny, and relevant at 10 years old, as 60!
And watching him look at an empty street, then seeing tons of traffic as soon as he puts a toe on the road, really makes a funny point, back then and now!
I paint road stripes and stop bars, there wont be a car on the road, untill we paint a stop bar and a cross walk, then somebody gotta show up and drive in the damn paint!
And Popeye fighting the Bully, always relates ! I even like the Simpson's.
And Bojack Horseman or whatever it is? Never heard of it, heard of Sponge Bob, and Simpsons, and Beavis and Butthead, but no quality humor there.
As I suspected, you are unfamiliar with this series. In a very unique manner, BoJack Horseman deals with issues such as childhood trauma, addictions, death and regret. As previously mentioned, it is not a "cartoon". It is not a show for little kids.