Incredibad

Music review by
Stephanie Bruzzese, Common Sense Media
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Raunchy, crude humor makes this comedy CD for grown ups.
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Parents say

age 13+
Based on 10 reviews

Kids say

age 13+
Based on 26 reviews

A lot or a little?

The parents' guide to what's in this music.

Positive Messages

"Jizz in My Pants" is about guys getting very excited in front of girls.

Violence
Sex

Among other extremely explicit sexual lyrics, includes the classic SNL "D--k in a Box" song-sketch performed on the show by Andy Samberg and Justin Timberlake.

Language

On "Natalie's Rap," the actress Natalie Portman contributes perhaps the most shocking language on the whole CD, such as: "Yo, shut the f--k up / And suck my d--k!"

Consumerism
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

One psychedelic 30-second tune simply repeats three words over and over: "I'm on 'shrooms!" Also features several other references to drinking and marijuana.

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that SNL's reputation for no-holds-barred adult content applies to this CD. Graphic sexual descriptions, alcohol/drug references, and lots of foul language permeate the entire release. Just one of many examples: "Dreamgirl, I pitch a tent / When you stomp in the room."

User Reviews

  • Parents say
  • Kids say
Parent of a 17 year old Written bylotsoflove23 August 2, 2009

Amazing.. for adults

Personally, I love this CD. It's hilarious.. but if my mom were to listen to it she would flip out. The songs are pretty dirty.. I believe one is titled... Continue reading
Adult Written byidk lol July 10, 2011
Teen, 15 years old Written bygamreviewer April 7, 2015

Very explicit album is very funny and not for all kids

This album has some very funny songs, but is very explicit. With many uses of f--k and s--t. It's mostly for adults, but some teens can handle it. It all d... Continue reading
Kid, 12 years old January 15, 2013

Incredibad: Freaky, funny, and flat

Take all the most inappropriate pieces of SNL, sprinkle a few guest celebrities on top, and churn it into 40 minutes of crazy and crude comedy music; now you ha... Continue reading

What's the story?

INCREDIBAD is the new comedy-sketch-in-a-song collection by The Lonely Island, a trio of childhood friends from Berkeley, CA whose antics won them writing gigs for Saturday Night Live. The most famous of the bunch, Andy Samberg, acts on SNL as well, hamming it up in songs like "D--k in a Box" (with Justin Timberlake). The album includes some of the tamer faves from the show, like "Space Olympics," as well as songs like "Bing Bong Brothers" that introduce a wilder side with lyrics like "you might like my penis." Collaborations with T-Pain, actor Jack Black, and even Norah Jones round out the mix.

Is it any good?

Though the laughs are packaged in music, this is a comedy CD first and foremost -- and at times, the comedy is truly side-splitting. However, Lonely Island member Akiva Schaffer had a point when he said, "A comedy song can be really funny, but you need the video with it to really drive it home." Without the visuals, some of Incredibad's jokes fall a little flat. For example, the hilariously inane lyrics on "Lazy Sunday" lose just a bit of their edge when you can't see them delivered by a deadpan Samberg and his former SNL colleague, Chris Parnell. And some of the songs, like "We Like Sports" just kind of go nowhere. Still, the CD shows why SNL skits written by Samberg and his cohorts are so popular: these guys are talented. If your teens want to listen to it, a conversation about satire is in order.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about satire and whether humor needs to revolve around sex, substances, or swearing in order to be funny. What are some examples of laugh-inducing scenarios that don't involve one or more of these things? Which TV shows and movies are funny without being bawdy?

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