List of Moral Orel Episodes

List Of Moral Orel Episodes

The following is a list of episodes for the Adult Swim animated television series Moral Orel.


Read more about List Of Moral Orel Episodes:  Series Overview, Season 1: 2005–2006, Season 2: 2006–2007, Season 3: 2008, Specials, Lost Episodes

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... Dino Stamatopoulos in the commentary for the series finale, there were seven finished episode scripts that Adult Swim chose not to produce due to their decision to cancel the series/roll ... It was suggested that Adult Swim might be willing to make a "Moral Orel special" of some sort in the future, but Stamatopolous stated that he declined the offer in favor of moving onto ... Had the show not been cancelled and cut down to 13 episodes, the show's second half would have played out quite differently Orel's paternal grandfather would have joined the cast ...

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