|Created By||Ralf Hat|
|Written By||Ralf Hat|
|Country Of Origin||United States|
|№ Of Seasons||14|
|First Aired||June 5, 1999|
|Running Time||24 Minutes|
|Production Company(s)||Deadpan Productions|
|Picture Format||480i (4:3) (1999–2008)|
HDTV 1080i (2009–)
New Sodom is a city located in the fictional U.S. state of Jefferson. Being homed to oddities including sentient food items (with chickpeas being the dominant population), humans and humanoids, New Sodom is constantly sprung into various dilemmas which are brought among the ignorance of the civilians.
Kitchen's main synopsis centers over the vicious adventures of middle school friends ― Victor McCoy, Ezekiel "Pants" Goldstein, and Chuck Darren. Attempting to survive the dangers and oddities which surround New Sodom, the trio use their various schemes which often get out of hand quick. Episodes usually depict the main trio getting involved into different situations which will commonly introduce taboo subject matter in a morbidly offensive manner. And unlike other adult animated programs such as The Simpsons, South Park, or Family Guy, Kitchen has a minor focus on mockery of pop culture throughout.
- Victor: The down-to-earth centered protagonist of the series; a fourteen year-old chickpea with completely genial assets. He is typically seen as a sane everyman, which differs entirely against the majority of the series’ cast. While Victor may have a sense of reality and care for others, he’s downright irresponsible with an angst-ridden mind. Victor enjoys hanging out with his friends almost always. Victor is also the obsessive one of the trio who tends to do the right thing, but often always hit back unfairly with bad luck. He is unfortunately a poor help and is bullied constantly by his peers. He has maroon colored hair and light blue clothing.
- Pants: The deuteragonist of the three; he is a thirteen year-old chickpea who is quite an irritating yet misunderstood child.
- Main article: List of Kitchen episodes
Brief series history
Conception, pilot and first years (1999-2004)
Decline and rise in quality (2005-2008)
Post-movie rebrand (2009-2014)
Modern day (2015-present)
Content and controversies
||English||TV-14 (DLSV) to TV-MA (LSV)|
|Canada (excluding Quebec)|
|UK and Ireland|
- Main article: Kitchen: Real & Raunchy