The stand-up comedy of New York-based identical twins Kenny and Keith Lucas (The Lucas Brothers) gets animated. After their uncle dies and leaves them his old van, the twins start a moving company called Va¢ation Boy\$. Their customers are often apprehensive to hire such a scrawny duo, but the brothers like to remind them that that's why God made two of them. A day that begins simply by moving a bed down the street may lead to the threat of city-wide catastrophe, resolved only with the help of a once-famous '90s wrestler.
Runtime: 15 minutes
Lucas Bros. Moving Co. - Golan the Insatiable - Netflix
Golan the Insatiable is an American animated television series that originally aired on Fox on November 23, 2013 along with Lucas Bros. Moving Co.; it officially premiered on January 11, 2014. It was created by Josh Miller and developed by Dave Jeser & Matt Silverstein. It is based on stories written by Miller that appeared on the website Something Awful. It aired on Fox's Animation Domination HD programming block. Golan the Insatiable was picked up by Fox for a second season consisting of 6 half-hour prime-time episodes featuring a new voice cast and alternate continuity. The season premiered on May 31, 2015 on Fox's Sunday Funday lineup. Fox canceled the series after two seasons.
Lucas Bros. Moving Co. - Series overview - Netflix
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