Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this animated series leaps straight from the pages of venerable satire classic MAD magazine and offers the same parodies of popular TV shows and movies and other sketches. The jokes come fast and furious and are both witty and juvenile ¿ in other words, exactly the kind of thing that will appeal to tween and teen boys. Much of the humor is ribald and/or crude, but the focus is much more on bodily functions (i.e. farts, poop, and puke) than on sex. And though there's no real swearing or sex, some parents might still find the humor too vulgar.
Plenty of ribald references, but the humor is mostly based on bodily functions other than sex -- think poop and puke jokes.
Some parodies of popular films and TV shows feature over-the-top explosions and shootouts, but it's all played for laughs.
Mild swearing, such as "turd."
Anything that's a hit with fans -- especially all of the big movies and TV shows -- is ripe for being taken down a notch with well-done parody, which simultaneously makes fun of something while also recognizing its pop-culture value. That's the formula that MAD magazine has perfected over the years, and while it's not outright mean-spirited in most cases, there's no concretely positive take-away, either.
The show includes many spoofs of well-known movies and TV shows, such as Avaturd and Star Blech.
Drugs / Tobacco /