Stripperella was a short-lived adult-oriented American animated television series created by Stan Lee. The main character, voiced by and based on Pamela Anderson, is a stripper named Erotica Jones who is also the superheroine/secret agent Stripperella. It is rated TV-MA in the United States.
She has a brother named Chipperella, who also happened to be a stripper living the double life as a superhero and secret agent. He was briefly mentioned when Stripperella temporarily lost faith in her crime fighting abilities after having been shrunken by Small fry. He appears in a flashback as a hunky blonde and is affectionally referred to by Erotica and Chief Stroganoff as "Chip."
In a humorous anecdote, Stroganoff tells Stripperella that her brother's memory was erased, later being mostly restored except for the word 'quit' which was forever erased from his memory.
Stripperella debuted on Spike TV in the spring of 2003 and lasted one season with 13 episodes. Anderson described it as not being a raunchy show, despite obvious double entendres and full frontal nudity (which was blurred out when shown on Spike TV).
The animation style changed halfway through the show's run, becoming brighter and revamping the looks of many of the show's major characters. Stripperella, for example, was now drawn with a cowl having larger eyeholes, similar to Batgirl's. Fellow stripper Persephone now had a darker complexion and an accent that inexplicably changed from episode to episode.
In Australia, Stripperella began airing uncensored on SBS TV, starting Monday March 13 2006 at 21:00 local time (9:00PM), after having previously been restricted to early-morning airings on the Nine Network.
In the United Kingdom, Stripperella is aired uncensored as part of the U.K. incarnation of the Cartoon Network's Adult Swim programming block. In Germany, the show aired uncensored on Comedy Central Germany available for all audiences.
The lawsuit attracted the attention of local media, and the story was picked up by the wire service Associated Press and national media, including People and Entertainment Weekly, upon which attorneys in New York City learned about the case and subsequently offered their services. Clover moved to dismiss her own suit before it could be challenged, and had a practicing attorney refile it, specifically targeting Lee, regardless this as well as creative differences lead to the show's demise.
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