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I think there is absolutely nothing offensive about this show, and I consider it to be better than most of the junk that Comedy Central puts out. It's at a perfect time right after south park, making it an easy time to watch because you're already sitting at the television. As said before all of the characters are idiotic stereotypes, from Allan's sheltered suburban child with a problem, to C-bass' gangster personality, when in reality all he's done is commit a few minor computer crimes. This show is hilarious, it's not offensive by any means, it's not going to win any awards, but sometimes it's nice to have something light and entertaining, and this show definitely delivers on that.
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