The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie!


Put on the heels,

step on the puppies and kittens,

and the person who crushes the most

by the time l come wins the coveted, uh,

l don't know, let's say, uh, immunity from

next week's final judgment ceremony night?

Jew Producer,

this competition is ridiculous.

lt almost sounds made up.

That's why you're going to lose. Suck it!

And go!


l thought l had a good chance to win.

l made more bloody fur than

menstruation time at Mount Holyoke.


And it's time!

Ooh! That felt good.


Oh, yeah. You guys did an excellent job.

Oh, oh!


Wait, Jew Producer.

You didn't even tell us who won.

Oh. Um, the winner is, uh,

who hasn't won in a while?

Let's say that guy in shorts there.

Congrats. Here's your immunity,

uh, scented candle.

Booya! You can all suck it, bitches.

That's right, number one, numero uno.

Something didn't sit well with the Foxxy.

l mean, lately, all the competitions was

about us doing some kind of bull crap

so the Jew Producer could

get his Jew-y rocks off.

l can't be the only one

who thinks these competitions

is completely random and arbitrary.

Something ain't right here.

The Foxxy smells herself a mystery.


-What's so funny?

-Come on, Foxxy.

lt's time to give up trying to redeem yourself.

Yeah. For weeks, you've

been trying to make up

for botching that mystery

at the amusement park.

Mr. Wilkinson here

denies being a super villain.

But let me ask you this,

if you ain't not a super villain,

then why would you

need a bulletproof face?


Oh, Henry!

Hang in there, Henry.

Don't give up on me, you hear?

Don't you give up on me.

lt's not your time yet.

You're a fighter, damn it!

Now fight, fight!

Damn! l was 40% sure

he had one of them bulletproof faces.

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