Kevin Spencer is a sociopath addicted to cough syrup/booze and cigarettes. He is guided primarily by emotion and will go to any lengths to satisfy his needs with no worries about future ... See full summary »
Kevin Spencer is a sociopath addicted to cough syrup/booze and cigarettes. He is guided primarily by emotion and will go to any lengths to satisfy his needs with no worries about future consequences. He barely attends school and always breaks the law, though the offenses are minor. Kevin also has no friends-except for Allen The Magic Goose, who lives in his head and helps him make decisions. The show also stars his parents: Percy, a fat hard-drinking, chain-smoking welfare recipient who probably committed every minor offense in the book of law, and Anastasia, another fat hard drinker and chain-smoker who puts out for every guy in town. Written by
The theme song is to the tune of "Jeepers, Creepers". See more »
[after getting a letter from a woman in prison and giving it to Peter Wilcox, his cellmate, to read for him]
Why do I have to read it?
I can't read, and your hooked on phonics.
I'm hooked on crack, you moron!
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Kevin Spencer as Himself The title character speaks no words so there's no need to cast a voice for him. See more »
I give this show four out of ten even though I think it deserves more like three out of ten. Once in a while there would be a joke on this show that would almost make me laugh but usually the jokes were pretty stupid and the show in general was predictable and dumb. The Percy character was great and I really liked Alan the Magic Goose but it seemed to be the same types of stories again and again where Kevin and or Percy got caught up in some criminal activity and then get out of it in the end somehow, usually by some strange coincidence, and you usually know where the show is going before it actually gets there.
I don't have too much of a problem with all of the swearing/drugs/violence/sex because it was specifically a show for adults I just thought the show wasn't that great and what really dragged it down was the production values. It's to be expected with a cheap Canadian show like this but it was really distracting it was done so badly.
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