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The adventures of two irresponsible freshmen, Sanford and Del, who are forced to live with an uptight, pre-med student Joe. Hapless high school buddies, Sanford and Del arrive at the third-rate Barder College oblivious to what higher education is all about. Written by Anonymous

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The Best Show You've Never Seen
2 January 2004 | by (St. Paul) – See all my reviews

"3-South" is easily the funniest and least-known animated series of all-time. Never before have I laughed so hard while watching TV, and never before have I laughed so hard while just thinking about the moments from the show that really get to you.

The show takes place at a fictional college known around the nation as terrible (Barder College), following three freshmen: Stanford (Brian Dunkleman), Del (Brian Posehn), and the intelligent Joe (chose Barder as a safety school, just in case he wasn't accepted to his first choice Harvard) voiced by the show's creator and "Family Guy" writer Mark Hentemann.

Its humor is absurd, but laugh-out-loud funny. It's the kind of show that makes you think, "Damn! I wish I would've thought of that!" which is really what makes a show great. I give it 10/10. If it wasn't for MTV's terrible promotion of the show, it would still be on, and, most likely, alongside such great animated series as "The Simpsons" and "Family Guy".


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