Pictureka is an American-Canadian adult animated sketch comedy television series, created by Seth MacFarlane, Seth Green, Adam Shaheen, and Dan Harmon for Nick at Nite. The series was based on the Hasbro board game of the same name. The series features animated parodies that spoof popular television shows, films, games, celebrities, and other media, using various types of animation (CGI, claymation, stopmotion, etc.) as well as most segments having the same animation as Seth MacFarlane's animated series. The series premiered on Nick at Nite on November 10, 2017.

The series is rated TV-14-DLSV for strong language, drug use, violence, and sexual content. some episodes are rated TV-MA-LV with even more strong language and violence

Recurring sketches

  • What If... - A collection of CGI animated sketches which series alternate (non-canon) scenarios.
  • Commercials - Episodes usually have a parody advertisement for an absurd product. Some examples include, an website where people sold their toys.
  • Dog vs. Cat - The segment features between a black cat and a brown dog.
  • Judge Flintstone - A parody of Judge Judy. This animated sketch stars Judge Flintstone (played by Fred Flintstone), and the Bailiff (played by Elmo). Each Judge Flintstone sketch typically involved two cases, and would end with Fred saying, "Bring in the dancing lobsters!", after which a group of people in lobster costumes, known as the Dancing Lobsters, would enter the courtroom and dance with the spectators.
  • Celebrities Without Their Make-Up - The segment shows what real and fictional celebrities would look like without their make-up. For example: [Galifianakis|Zach Galifianakis] is Benson from Regular Show without his make-up, [Brand|Russell Brand] is a wooden nutcracker without his make-up, Robert Pattinson is Tux Penguin without his make-up, Iron Man is C-3PO without his make-up, and SpongeBob SquarePants is a fruitcake without his make-up.
  • So You Wanna Win Ten Dollars? - A CGI animated sketch and a parody of the game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? hosted by Shag (Shaggy Rogers). The contestant, usually a fictional character, who isn't very bright, is asked five questions, with the final question being worth ten U.S dollars.
  • Stranded - A parody of the hit CBS reality TV series Survivor. The players, usually fictional characters, are stranded in a strange location and were required to stay and deal with one another.
  • Cringeworthy Junk - A collection of CGI animated sketch that shows cringe stuff. It started with episode 1 of Season 2.
  • Picturekavent Calendar – A series of funny and ridiculous pop culture events that happened recently.
  • Mario Plays (Game Name) - A CGI animated sketch introduced in the fifth season, a parody of YouTube celebrity PewDiePie and Let's Play videos. Mario (voiced by Ryan Potter) plays various games on his computer at his house, such as Five Nights at Freddy's and LSD: Dream Emulator (both uses actual gameplay footage of these games).
  • Agent Xero's Post Office - The segment features Agent Xero and Mole are working at the post office, which is before the skit or short starts.
  • Batman vs. - The segment features Batman fighting cartoon characters and video game characters, which is used for later episodes.
  • PBS News - The segment features SpongeBob SquarePants and Kool-Aid Man as news reporters in PBS News, which stands for Pictureka Broadcasting Service. Its name is a parody of CBS News. Starting with Season 2, the sketch serves as the cold opening for every episode.
  • When... Attack - A parody of dramatic crime documentaries, such as When Animals Attack!. Garza introduces himself as a famous character, then explains how a certain inoffensive group have been attacking people. Sketches ended with the attackers showing up in the studio. Gabriel also shows no sympathy for the victims of the attack.
  • Scrapped - A segment revealing rejected ideas within various pop culture properties.
  • Pictureka's Storybook Remix - A sketch detailing remixed versions of popular children's books.
  • Looney Moment - An animated sketch were Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck tell a knock-knock joke which always ends up with Bugs hitting Daffy over the head with the subject of the knock-knock joke.
  • The Real Princesses of Video Games - Three video game princesses (Princess Peach, Zelda, and Samus) who are stuck-up and re-live fairy tales in modern day.
  • Where's Snoopy? - A Where's Waldo type sketch featuring the Peanuts character Snoopy who is hiding at a small-time public function. The viewer is asked to try to find him only to see at the end that he is always cleverly disguised as a prop to blend in perfectly with his surroundings.






Main article: What if Paramount Animation was founded in 1940?/Games Animation Inc in 1985?/List of Pictureka episodes



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