|snake 'n' Bacon|
|Created by||Michael Kupperman|
|Written by||Michael Kupperman|
|Voices of||James Urbaniak|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||1|
|Running time||11 Minutes|
|Production company(s)||williams Street|
|Original channel||Adult Swim|
|Picture format||4:3 SDTV|
|Original airing||May 10, 2009|
Snake 'n' Bacon is a show under consideration.
The show follows Snake, a green snake who communicates through hisses, and Bacon, a piece of talking bacon. The pair are detectives, and live in a live action human world.
The show is based on creator Michael Kupperman's comic series of the same name.
The pilot episode was first shown on Verizon V-Cast in late 2007, to whatever confused phone users who had signed for the service. Adult Swim waited to show it on their network until a Sunday at midnight: May 10, 2009. There was no promotion. A series had already been rejected, for reasons that were never explained. Nearly a year later, Snake 'n' Bacon was chosen as one of 8 pilots in the Burger King Big, Über, Network Sampling popularity contest, where viewers were allowed to vote fof which pilot should recieve a series run. This was a cynical exercise in viewer manipulation. None of the votes actually counted for anything. Adult Swim continued to torture Michael Kupperman with their garbage behavior for many more years.