A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
It uses not-always-scientific experimentation to answer questions about human behavior.
Positive Role Models
The hosts sometimes crack jokes at the expense of the humans participating in experiments.
Sex, Romance & Nudity
Some episodes have lots of sexual innuendo. Experiments include the use of sperm samples. Crude references include "balls" and "getting laid."
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Words like "hell" are audible. Lots of bleeped cursing.
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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
References to drinking and getting drunk.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that 100 Humans is a reality series that conducts social experiments on 100 people to find answers to silly questions about human behavior. It has some sexual talk, usually in the form of jokes, plus some drinking and bleeped cursing. The hosts have an edgy sense of humor, which is sometimes at the expense of the test subjects.
Is It Any Good?
This mildly amusing series features pseudo-experiments meant to be more funny than enlightening. There are some tidbits of interesting information about human behavior, but neither the theories nor the experiments are particularly scientific. Many of the exercises make the test subjects look silly, too. Meanwhile, the hosts, two of whom are comedians, try to offer some edgy humor, which includes commentary that makes fun of the participants. 100 Humans is lighthearted enough for some people to find enjoyable, but after a while the overworked humor and endless examinations get a little tedious.
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