'China, IL' Season 2: Hating on 'Mad Men,' Beach Boys and 'Toy Story'

Adult Swim's "China, IL" is getting bigger and better in Season 2. The show is being bumped up from 11-minute episodes to 22-minute ones, and is having more room to play around with its main cast of characters this time around. The show focuses on characters who either work at or attend the worst college in America, located in the fictitious China, Il. Created by Brad Neely and executive produced by Daniel Weidenfeld, the show capitalizes on Adult Swim's distinct brand of animated comedy. Zap2it was recently invited to visit "China, IL's" animation studio, Titmouse, Inc., in Los Angeles to see where the series' magic happens. During the visit, which included some sneak peeks of Season 2 (including the ones in this article) and a look at the animators behind the show, Zap2it spoke with Neely and Weidenfeld about the upcoming season. They tackle many elements of pop culture in some controversial ways, including the...



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