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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The goal is to perform epic stunts that are more stupid than the last one.
Positive Role Models
Zach and his friends are close, and claim to do these things out of boredom and a need to be creatively entertained. Ultimately they respect Meemaw.
Violence & Scariness
Stunts are dangerous and potentially life threatening. Helmets and some limited safety gear are worn, but people still scream in pain as they are hit by cars, electrocuted with prods, thrown from rooftops, slam belly first into water or mud. Some stunts lead to explosions, crashed cars, broken furniture, etc. Someone is shown throwing up. Fights break out among unsuspecting victims of some of their pranks.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Partial nudity (bottoms), but genitalia is blurred. Men often perform stunts naked to feel more pain, or to have their genitals accessed for a stunt, which leads to some occasional crude language. One person is briefly shown eating a pubic hair sandwich. Fart jokes frequent.
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Despite Meemaw's objection to cursing, words like "ass" and "damn" are audible. Endless bleeped curses.
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Products & Purchases
Occasionally product labels are partially shown, but not in a commercial context.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Beer bongs, sometimes other alcohol-related paraphernalia used for stunts.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Too Stupid to Die features a crew of 20-something-year-olds performing dangerous amateur stunts, many of which are potentially life threatening. People are willingly thrown from rooftops, hit by cars, tasered, and bitten by animals in the genital area, and engage in endless other painful activities. Bare bottoms are visible, but genitals are blurred. There's lots of bleeped cursing, and occasionally alcohol-related items are used as part of the event. Despite the occasional use of helmets, many of these activities appear to be performed irresponsibly. Viewers of all ages are warned to never try these activities at home.
Is It Any Good?
This outrageous but not-that-compelling series features a group of young people doing dangerous stunts in order to entertain themselves and others. Every episode features part or all of the crew, who have a following thanks to their online videos doing something at work, at the gym, at home, and other random places that they characterize as stupid. Some of the antics are ridiculous, while others are extremely dangerous. The bigger and more dangerous the exploit, the more successful it's deemed.
Most of the show is centered on the crew's outlandish behavior. However, to be fair, it does host the occasional amusing moment, especially when they unleash a prank or stunt on unsuspecting bystanders. This makes what they're doing more appealing, especially to viewers who don't have the maturity (or basic common sense) to not try these activities at home. Too Stupid to Die may be fun for some, but it's rather socially irresponsible.
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