The Vulcan Vault: Bill Lawrence, Phil Lord And Christopher Miller's CLONE HIGH!!
John Ary here with this week's installment of The Vulcan Vault.
Today Max takes us far back in history, to a strange and wonderful time when MTV excelled at producing compelling animated programming. American audiences were treated to only 8 episodes of Clone High, before the network pulled the plug in the midst of a protest that saw 150 Indians starve themselves on the streets of New Dehli. For some odd reason, they didn't like how the show presented Ghandi's clone as an annoying boozer with ADHD. The protesters won, and history geeks in the US missed out on the full run of Bill Lawrence, Phil Lord and Christopher Miller's brilliant animated comedy.
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