A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Though much of the show's content is both funny and creative, it's got plenty of crass jokes -- as well as racial and ethnic stereotypes, some of which border on offensive. The cast of the various skits are primarily male and Caucasian, but other racial/ethnic groups are represented.
Violence & Scariness
Lots of fantasy violence, including shooting, killing, and hanging. Lots of fake blood and gore. Guns and other weapons are occasionally shown being used.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Strong sexual innuendo, including specific references to various sexual activities. Nudity (bare buttocks) is blurred. One sketch features a woman supposedly pushing various items from between her legs (no nudity is shown). Frequent crude references to genitalia, including "balls."
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Audible language includes words like "hell," "a--hole," and "bastard." Stronger curse words (like "f--k") are bleeped out.
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Products & Purchases
The series is sponsored by Verizon Wireless.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Lots of alcohol and drug references; characters are shown drinking and getting drunk. One ongoing skit features a man being hit by a drunk driver.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this series is made up of skits and other short-form content that originally aired on the Web. Although often funny and creative, much of the subject matter is clearly intended for mature audiences. Segments include salty language (with the strongest words bleeped out), fantasy violence (with lots of fake blood and gore), drinking, smoking, and some racial/ethnic humor. There's also plenty of innuendo, including crass references to genitals and discussions about masturbation and other sexual practices. Occasional nudity (bare buttocks) is blurred out.
Is It Any Good?
Funny and creative, the series introduces TV viewers to some of the innovative work created by independent film companies, comedy troupes, and actors who've turned to the Internet to both create and bring attention to their work. But it's definitely not age-appropriate for tweens or young teens. Yes, the occasional nudity is blurred and the strongest profanity is bleeped, but there's tons of innuendo and some racial/ethnic humor that borders on offensive. But for older teens and adults mature enough to handle it, this series offers some original entertainment.
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