Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this sketch comedy series -- which began its life on the Internet -- definitely isn't for young kids and tweens. Characters commonly use strong language (though the worst of it is bleeped), and sexual situations (simulated intercourse with a whale, a man shown naked with his genitals barely blocked from view, etc.) are played for humor. Violence, though meant to be funny, is often bloody: In one scene, a man is impaled with an axe, another's legs are broken with a shovel, and a third is shot by a crossbow. Older teens who can put the show's comedy style into context may enjoy it, but parents may want to check out the content first.
Fairly graphic simulations are played for humor. In one scene, for example, a woman wearing a bra acts out sex with a whale, who climaxes by spraying water from his blowhole. In another, a man is shown reclining naked from the waist down with his legs apart and a black shape blocking the view of his genitals.
It's graphic, and there's lots of it (though again, it's all for laughs). For example, one segment shows three friends in an argument -- during which one hurls an axe into another's chest, one breaks his buddy's legs with a shovel, and one shoots the third with a crossbow. Characters are hit by cars, attacked by dogs, and shown drinking what's presumably blood. In one scene, a child is shown trapped beneath refrigerators and large furniture.
"Ass," "damn," "bitch," and "hell" are common. "S--t" and "f--k" are also frequent, but they're bleeped.
The guys find humor in everything from sex to violence to a mother's declaration that she could never be as emotionally connected to an adopted child as she is to a biological one. Young kids appear in some sketches; in one, the adults ridicule the child and swear (or at least seem to) in front of her.
Sketches occasionally include brand-name products like Pepsi.
Drugs / Tobacco /