It's an Emmy-award winning TV cartoon - and we came across an episode of it that really takes aim at New Mexico.
In fact, the main character tries to lay waste to Santa Fe with a martian death ray.
The show is called "Dan Vs." and every week, it's Dan versus something. In this particular episode, New Mexico is his target.
"At the beginning of every episode, Dan is wronged in some way," said co-creator Chris Pearson. "He raises his little fist to the sky and shouts 'New Mexico!' and then for the rest of the episode he tries to get revenge on whatever person place or thing he thinks wronged him."
The characters take aim at Balloon Fiesta and Santa Fe.
"Half the episodes are relatable - Dan's mad at traffic, Dan's mad at the dentist, something like that - and then half the episodes are, you know, why would Dan be mad at New Mexico?" said Pearson.
In real life, Pearson says he's only had good experiences in New Mexico, even though his car broke down here.
"Within five minutes a cowboy picked me up, drove me to the gas station, waited around until I could call a tow truck," he said. "Just really nice people in New Mexico. So that's why we had Dan destroy the state."
The show airs on TV on the Hub network and the New Mexico episode is now on YouTube.
The show was nominated for three Emmys this year and won for best direction.
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