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Clay-mation character Orel Puppington is a young boy who constantly deviates from his Protestant upbringing. Though his parents, school coach and Rev. Putty clearly impart their religious values upon him, Orel always misunderstands and for some reason believes that smoking crack is a good thing, euthanasia is OK, and impregnating women with a sperm-filled pastry bag is actually a moral thing to do.

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aired 217 days ago
Oral impregnates several women in the neighborhood.
aired 218 days ago
Orel believes everyone in the cemetery is being disrespectful to God.
aired 219 days ago
Orel wants advice on how to honor his father.
aired 220 days ago
Orel tries to get eggs banned in Moralton.
aired 221 days ago
Clay rants about his sacrifices at the bar.
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Florence and Dottie go their separate ways.
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Orel goes to the school's annual "Arm's-Length Dance."
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Clay reflects on his childhood.
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Bloberta yearns to be accepted.
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Joe searches for a more vibrant guardian.
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Doughy takes Orel's place in the family.
aired 232 days ago
The life stories of three women from Moralton.
aired 233 days ago
The townspeople refuse to give Orel advice.
aired 234 days ago
Orel is grounded for holding a bloodletting.
aired 235 days ago
Bloberta looks for love while Clay and Orel are away.
aired 238 days ago
Orel and Clay take a hunting trip.
aired 239 days ago
Orel and Clay take a hunting trip.
aired 240 days ago
Orel holds a premiere of his animated film in his back yard.
aired 241 days ago
Orel recruits new lost souls for Reverend Putty to save.
aired 242 days ago
Orel plays the role of Judas in a musical.
aired 245 days ago
Dougy learns about gold-digging from his teacher.

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