A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The guys' competitions -- lighting farts on fire, flirting with men to see who does "better," an obesity contest, etc. -- are the very definition of juvenile and will certainly offend some viewers. And, in their quest for victory, both are willing to cheat.
Positive Role Models
Kenny and Spenny have a strong friendship and good relationships with their families.
Violence & Scariness
Some friendly roughhousing and good-natured insults between friends, but no violence.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
No sex, but some glimpses of male butts (particularly in the farting competition -- during which, one of the guys inserts a rubber tube into his rear end in an attempt to add more air to his system so he can break the biggest wind), and some competitions have a sex-related angle (one involves trying to go the longest without getting an erection, for example). The guys are more than willing to disrobe when a contest calls for it, and Kenny in particular seems to enjoy sitting around in his underwear, which isn't a pretty sight.
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Some mild cursing ("ass," etc.). Stronger words (like "s--t") are bleeped.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this series (which is executive produced by the creators of South Park) is all about two young men who compete in really dumb, gross activities -- from trying to measure (and excel at) flatulence to gorging themselves on meat to resisting getting an erection. Kenny and Spenny are childhood friends who, like many guys, have built a relationship around constant attempts at one-upsmanship. But unlike most people, the duo landed a TV show to document their exploits. Though they seem to be having plenty of fun filming their contests, it's much less entertaining for viewers. Expect some swearing (the strongest words are bleeped) and naked butts.
Is It Any Good?
The duo seem to have a lot of fun hanging out with their film crew as they vie with each other. And although they aren't above a few good-natured taunts, it's clear that Kenny and Spenny have a strong friendship, which is refreshing. But it's not enough to overcome the fact that this show is often simply offensive.
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