A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
It paints a screwball picture of an inept group of first responders. Stereotypes, insults abound.
Positive Role Models
Every character is severely flawed in their own way.
Violence & Scariness
Lots of fantasy violence. People getting shot up and killed; dead bloody bodies everywhere. Guns, electric saws, other weapons frequently used. There's also a mass killing of dogs. One cast member is a sadistic cop.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Endless crude and sexist jokes. Sexual harassment is a theme, but treated as a joke. Bare (animated) bottoms and breasts, and simulated sex acts.
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LOTS of cursing, including "f--k," "s--t."
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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
A canine character has a drug problem. The snorting of cocaine and consumption of other drugs is visible. People produce meth.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Paradise PD is an irreverent adult-oriented animated comedy about a group of police officers. It contains endless bloody fantasy violence, cursing, and crude sexual innuendo (including simulated sex acts and animated bare bottoms) and continual instances of sexual harassment. Drug production, use, and addiction is also a prominent theme. There are some stereotypes perpetuated, and quite a few fat jokes. It's not meant for kids.
Is It Any Good?
This over-the-top series features silly storylines and profanity-filled banter full of crude sexual references. The escapades of the cast often lead to violent and bloody scenes intended to be funny (spoiler alert: they're usually not). Also part of the fray is the drug-related humor, whether it be a result of busting a meth lab or enabling Bullet's drug habit, which he developed as a narcotic-sniffing pooch.
There are lots of off-color quips, which may appeal to those who like irreverent comedy. But Paradise PD isn't particularly well-written, the result of which leads to potentially clever jokes turning into predictable gags filled with tasteless lines that are more vulgar than naughty. Unless you're not too picky with your animated comedies, this series can begin to wear on you rather quickly.
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