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One of the best shows. Almost completely hilarious. Each show is a different story so you never have to watch each consecutive show just to understand it. I can miss one show and still completely understand the next show the next week. It's just pure comedy and I can't believe that some people don't "likey" this show. It might be directed to a younger audience, so the older people shouldn't be complaining about a horrible show that "seemingly" plays the same jokes over and over (which is what they DON'T do, Patton rarely says "you likey" he says it twice at max per show so they don't kill it). The whole "you likey" line can never get old because he uses it in a great way that you just die to hear during a show. The show where they have the school "Battle of the Bands", I almost didn't hear the great "you likey" line during the show, up until the end he finally said it and I thought to myself "Ah GOD! That's what I've been waiting for! I always get laughs out of the situations he uses it in!!" Haha, I guess people also have different tastes in comedy, like me, I'm more into the whole kiddish; "puerile" type jokes :). So if your into VERY funny, "cute", kiddish jokes, this is the show for you! ***Caution*** If you DO NOT LIKE Spongebob Squarepants, then you wont like the juvenile jokes that this show has ***Caution*** Sorry to the fans (I am one too!!)if this is insulting the show by comparing it to a kid show "Spongebob Squarepants".
I give this a 10/10. There was only 1 show without enough laughs, I think it was the one BEFORE the "Quintuplets Fair".
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