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Tom & Jerry's Mexican Adventure (The Robsniak & Furret Comedy Show) (FAKE)
Behold! The episode that got taken off the air 15 days after it's original airing!
Part of Season: 20
Episode Number: 28
Air Date: May 9, 2022
Writer: Fedrick Johnson
Boomer Boomerson
Previous episode: Jake Junior's Big Adventure
Next episode: Who Framed Chipflake?

Tom & Jerry's Mexican Adventure is the 28th episode of The Robsniak & Furret Comedy Show.


After winning a sweepstakes for Dominos Pizza, Tom, Jerry, Slushi, & Sody Pop, as well as Tennessee Tuxedo and Chumley, visit Mexico and get involved in a massive scandal.

Why it ISN'T A Grand Adventure

  1. First and foremost, this was one of the many half-hour TV specials made by Boomer Productions that they heavily promoted just to boost ratings for its shows. Not only was this episode a giant ratings trap, but it was also a huge waste of people's time.
  2. This episode features almost every single racist stereotype in the book, which is culturally insensitive and extremely offensive.
  3. At the climax of the episode, numerous 17-18 year old teenagers pulled out AR-15 style rifles and started shooting up schools near Uvalde. Gee, I wonder why this was pulled from TV.....
  4. Jerry is at his worst in his episode, as he did everything he could to prevent Tom from having a peaceful vacation.
  5. There was a scene in which Chumley and Tennessee Tuxedo started harassing Mexicans to give them Chimi Changas, which is extremely racist.
  6. Multiple amounts of filler, such as, but not limited to:
    • Sody Pop arguing with Carl Casagrande about the plane tickets
    • A pointless Looney Tunes reference where low-budget versions of Elmer Fudd and Yosemite Sam start speaking Spanish
    • Drug cartels arguing with Chumley about who gets to keep the money
  7. Jake Jr. and Rocky's relationship is forced into this episode, as they are seen making out in public for no reason at all.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. Surprisingly Good Ending: The gang goes back to the US, only for them to have their homes burned down by Fred Figglehorn & Bendy (who later get arrested for arson). In addition, a drunk Chipflake impostor lures them in into a blood-stained limo, and the episode transitions into the season finale.

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