One of the dirtiest shows ever produced for kids, Rocko's Modern Life was a cornucopia of inappropriate jokes and raunchy gags. Looking back, it's tough to believe what they got away with. You might not have realized it as a kid, but today it seems pretty obvious that Rocko was working for a phone sex line.
The bawdy humor was so prevalent that it's hard not to read "All Scottish Show" and just see "ASS."
And come on, this isn't even trying to be subtle:
Though sometimes the easter eggs weren't dirty, but downright disturbing.
But yeah, they're mostly dirty.
Most disconcerting of all is how well a board game called "Spank the Monkey" would sell.
Teen Titans GO! was meant to be a more zany and fun take on the superhero group than its predecessor. It aged down the characters, who were already sidekick-aged to begin with, and gave everyone a cutesy super-deformed Final Fantasy VII look. But even with that new tone, TTG managed to fit one of the darkest easter eggs in any TV show, much less a children's cartoon.
Above we can see a shelf full of Batman's trophies, which include The Ventriloquist's dummy and uh, what appears to be the severed head of Mr. Freeze. But let's take a closer look at Robin, here.
Right next to the framed photo of Batman and Robin is an urn. An urn full of the ashes belonging to Jason Todd, a former Robin who died. A former Robin who died after the Joker killed him with a crowbar. That crowbar would seem to be sitting there right next to the ashes. Seriously, this is what we're recalling here:
To recap, this fun show for kids features an easter egg which depicts the ashes of a young boy and the murder weapon used to kill him, all prominently featured in the home of the man who was supposed to keep him safe.
In comparison, lopsided frog boobs sound positively wholesome.