Rob Gronkowski and His Brothers Are Pitching a Gronk-Tacular Cartoon

Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterOctober 29, 2013


If this video were more in your face, it would break your nose.

Deadspin's Barry Petchesky happened upon a leaked video featuring the Gronkowski family's latest endeavor: a cartoon based on their exploits.

The video features the wonderful brand of bedlam that usually goes viral and has already made its way onto YouTube.

Here is the hype video, which does contain a couple of NSFW naughty words. And really, a video with this much bro-ing out just has to be NSFW.

So it's like Scooby-Doo but with more energy drinks and penicillin.

As Petchesky reports, the video is meant to showcase the anarchy that fans might find appealing. It features all the brothers: Rob, Gordy Jr., Chris, Dan and Glenn. It also seems as if patriarch Gordy will be a huge part of whatever end product makes it on air, if it does indeed make it that far.

So far, this is but a pitch—a very testosterone-fueled pitch. It's in the early stages with no mention of the product so far on IMDb.

Per the report, Family Guy co-executive producer Ricky Blitt is interested in co-writing the project, which is promising, but there are so many hurdles to pass before this finds its way to your television.

However, I know what some of you are saying: "Hell yeah, I would watch that." Please step away from the computer and slap yourself in the face...I'll wait.

It's understandable you would want to dive head first into a cartoon this captivating. The Gronks are riding in a huge limo, talking about Viagra parties, and it all ends with bedlam while "Party Rock Anthem" blares into your ear holes.

This whole video is like shotgunning a Sparks or Four Loko. Sure, it sounds like a swell idea, but 10 minutes later you realize how misguided your efforts truly were.

The interesting part is the Gronk crew plans to bust into meetings in the offseason and, as Petchesky was told, "instantly sell it."

Coming soon to a boardroom near you, the Gronks wearing sombreros and tank tops.

Something tells me we will have to savor this video with all our might, because it may just be the last we hear of The Gronks.


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