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(Deadline)   Apparently, the idea of an abusive, foul-mouthed teddy bear was not Seth MacFarlane's original idea, as he's now being sued by someone with an animated web series about a foul-mouthed, abusive teddy bear   ( divider line
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2014-07-16 04:02:34 PM  
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Joe_diGriz: Jaden Smith First of His Name: Wasn't there some Fox show in the nineties that had the same vulgar stuffed animal thing?

You may be thinking of Unhappily Ever After, aired on the WB as part of its original lineup. (They were trying, and failed, to replicate Fox's "Married with Children" success.) It featured a foul-mouthed talking stuffed bunny, voiced by Bobcat Goldthwaite.

But they did have a young Nikki Cox, who, in her prime, was much hotter than Christina Applegate.
2014-07-16 03:54:06 PM  
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Actually, I think the idea of an abusive, foul-mouthed teddy bear was born the first time an older brother interacted with a teddy bear.
2014-07-16 03:30:53 PM  
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bdub77: I'm pretty sure I invented this character when I stuck Andrew Dice Clay in my Teddy Ruxpin.

I hope you mean you stuck an Andrew Dice Clay TAPE into your Teddy Ruxpin.
2014-07-16 01:15:39 PM  
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I didn't care for Ted. It insisted on itself.
2014-07-16 10:03:33 AM  
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What a REAL foul-mouthed teddy bear looks like.
So yah, take your previous art and shove it.
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