If you’re a fan of cartoons or anime, you may be familiar with the bedfellows. They are a pair of cartoon characters, usually male and female, who share a house. In their cartoons, they argue, and have toes and soles. Depending on the episode, they are either a couple or not.
The Bedfellows is an animated webcomic that follows the antics of two anthropomorphic roommates. They are named Sheen and Fatigue. Their relationship is a little bit dysfunctional. Mostly they are annoying and constantly annoy each other. However, there is one exception.
The cartoon series has been adapted into a video game on Steam. The plot revolves around Sheen and Fatigue’s interactions with a group of eccentric characters. It is also a homage to Rampage. In addition, it’s been re-made as a comedy animated short film, which was released on YouTube. Various examples of the cartoons may contain sensitive content. You can find a list of the comics and more information on the Bedfellows at FurAffinity.
The first few episodes have the cartoons with pads on their feet. However, it’s been changed to more realistic CGI. Another example is the “Hang Up” episode. In this episode, Sheen and Fatigue argue about who should hang up. There’s even a punched-in-the-face moment where Sheen hits Fatigue.
Fatigue was initially portrayed as a female character. But this was changed when the youtube series began. This was to prevent confusion about the gender of the characters. However, the NSFW versions of the comics did make it clear that Fatigue was male.
Some of the more extreme episodes show that the two friends are sexually aggressive with each other. Sheen has a habit of sleeping with random women, while Fatigue is always the one to stand up for himself.
Charlie Sheen has an abusive, drunken, and anti-social personality. He is diagnosed with Asperger’s, and his behavior becomes even worse. However, this does not stop him from displaying his anti-social behavior.
They argue in “Hang Up”
The Bedfellows webcomic is about the adventures of two anthropomorphic roommates: Sheen, an exaggerated dog-cat hybrid; and Fatigue, an undecided gender man. Though the webcomic originally ran exclusively on FurAffinity, it later spawned a series of animated short films on YouTube. These films, which have since been adapted for the video game, are available on the website.
When the cartoon first airs, Charlie Sheen is a piss-drunk drunk with Blank White Eyes. He is also a depraved bisexual and often sleeps with other men. Eventually, he is diagnosed with Asperger’s disorder. This makes him act out even more than usual. And his anti-social behavior begins to worsen.
Sheen is a jerk and is physically abusive towards Fatigue. At one point, the two argue over who should hang up the phone. But Fatigue gets comeuppance.
In one episode, Fatigue gets a tampon in his pocket. He tries to avoid telling Sheen about it, but Sheen discovers the truth. Later, Fatigue gets a job at the post office. It appears that he has a strange accent, though it’s not made clear whether or not he’s male.
Unlike Sheen, Fatigue is generally nicer and kinder. Although he is sometimes rude, he’s usually not violent. His main character traits include camp gay tendencies and feminine mannerisms.
Interestingly, the comic is not safe for work. Several elements of the cartoon are NSFW, such as the character’s sexuality and abuse of alcohol. Some of the characters are also subverted, such as Toni P. Another notable element is that they don’t normally have toes. There’s a ‘My Little Donkey’ theme song stuck in their head whenever they play with penis. A recent episode has added full-body shots.
They have ear worms
In a nutshell, ear worms are songs that a person keeps in their head, or plays over and over. Generally, they’re harmless. But sometimes, they can be so irritating they ruin a person’s mood and even cause sleep disturbances.
The Bedfellows is an animated webcomic created by Kris Patrick. It features two anthropomorphic roommates, Sheen and Fatigue. While most of the cartoon is furry, there are elements of Not Safe for Work in it.
Sheen is a mean-spirited, drunk, and abusive character. He is often seen sleeping with various women. He also has an abrasive, flamboyant vocal style. His vocal inflections mimic a cross between a dog and a cat.
He has a job at the post office. But he’s constantly irritated by Fatigue. This abrasiveness mirrors the ‘I Can Haz A Cheezburger’ stereotype. When he’s not annoyance, he’s usually nice.
He gets comeuppance when Toni P laughs at him. However, he’s still considered a bad drunk by Fatigue.
In addition to being rude, fat, and drunk, he’s also a bisexual. Apparently, he’s in an abusive relationship with Fatigue.
One episode of the cartoon features an actual worm. He’s stuck in the characters’ heads. They’re trying to get it out, but it’s really hard to do.
Another episode shows the characters’ feet getting toes. That’s actually a reference to the NES game. Eventually, they drill a hole in their foreheads to let their voices out.
There’s also a video game adaptation of the comic. This version was released on Steam in February 2017.
As far as I can tell, there aren’t any episodes on YouTube. But the cartoons are available on FurAffinity.
To get rid of ear worms, try distraction. Alternatively, cognitive behavioral therapy can help.