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Moral Orel, Season 3TV-MAClosed Captioning

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The final season of Moral Orel revolves around the disastrous father-and-son hunting trip from Season 2's finale. How will Orel's relationship with his father change? Is the town affected by Orel's absence on those two fateful days?

Customer Reviews

I admit I did not like this show at first...

...well, for the first and second season. I thought it was lacking in many areas and not totally clever. Now, in it's third and final season it is finally crossing the line of decency and showing why Adult Swim picked it up in the first place. Unfortunately, too little too late for it's creators who found out the third season is the last. For those who may not have gotten it the first 2 seasons, do what I have done, pick up from season 2 with the last 2 episodes. The hunting trip, part 1 and 2, are a great reintroduction to pick it up and see it in a new light. It is a lot darker now and there are more answers to come according to the creator.

"Numb" Just After Watching

I have to admit, I have been a hardcore fan of Moral Orel since its beginnings in Season 1. It was something humorous and witty to watch~watching the townspeople of Moralton interact daily, the silliness of their often strongly "moral" (but even more often hypocritical) viewpoints was wonderfully entertaining, if not a little thought-provoking. However, it became extremely clear that episode after episode, the themes became darker and darker, and finally you have "Numb" and "Grounded" as a result. Though extremely pleased with the overall storyline and talented stop-motion animation, I could not help but feel slightly numb after watching both of these groundbreaking episodes. These are the darkest and most real that Moral Orel has produced, as we delve deeper into the depressing pits of Orel's parents, and we even find spiritual enlightenment as Orel tries to become closer to God in "Grounded". Honestly, I couldn't help but feel kicked in the stomach as I watched these episodes, my pity and heart going out to the pure heart that is Orel. Hopefully Season 3 ends in a slightly positive note for this poor disheartened soul who's been betrayed and letdown by some of his only role models.

Nature Reflections

So this season is the last, and just when the characters are really getting fleshed out. But in reality it could have only been done this way; if they moved into the dark episodes from very nearly the begining the show would have been dead by mid season of season two. This show is great and makes you want to reflect on your own life experiences, it is very dark but well worth the investment. This entire season seems to be reflecting on the ending of last season, which in it's self could never be ignored. Please watch the rest of this great show before it slips into the darkness.

Moral Orel, Season 3
View in iTunes $11.99
  • SD Version
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Released: Oct 10, 2008
  • CCin English

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