Critic Consensus: Housebroken boasts an insanely talented voice cast - if only its basic writing would learn some new narrative tricks.
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A therapy dog named Honey explores human dysfunctions and neuroses, applying her knowledge of psychiatry through leading a group of neighborhood animals in group therapy sessions.
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The elements for a successful show are here in theory, but the overwhelming feeling is that there's nothing enthralling enough to keep viewers coming back for more.
There's a lot of great voice talent here, and were that enough for a show to succeed, Housebroken would be an all-timer. Alas, often the most compelling part of the series is trying to suss out who the voice actors are without looking them up.
There's enough character potential in HouseBroken that gives us hope the show can find some funnier situations once it gets its comedic rhythm going.
The drawings are nothing special and the jokes, as in the title, don't stray far from potty.
Simple, low-key jokes make HouseBroken a laid-back, undemanding watch, with bright, clear animation.
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