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What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Most of the humor is fairly tame, but some sketches poke fun at drug use, murder, and various sex-related topics.
Violence & Scariness
Physical brawls, murder, and death -- but all are obviously comic/fake and played for humor.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Sexual references and innuendoes, and occasional mention of mature/graphic topics like anal sex.
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"S--t" (unbleeped) and "damn."
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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Many characters smoke, drink, and make references to drug use.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that while this sketch comedy show isn't as bawdy as the starring British duo's hit series Peep Show, there's still enough mature content to warrant pausing before giving viewers younger than their teens the OK. Characters make light of drug use, excessive drinking, sex, and murder, and there's some strong language (though it's sporadic). Little of the content is likely to surprise teens, but the show's decidedly British humor may not tickle their funny bones anyway.
Is It Any Good?
The success of Peep Show helped make this talented comic duo a hit among British fans, and it's likely that viewers who enjoy British humor will get some chuckles out of this series as well. Most of the content won't surprise teens, but the show's strong language and frequent references to drug use, alcohol, and sex are likely to give parents pause when it comes to younger viewers.
Ultimately, though, the show's British humor may be lost on American viewers, who probably won't pick up on all of the cultural and societal undercurrents that make the characters and skits funny.
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