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i honesty think if watching something this funny made u lose IQ points pg then u have a problem . if it were trying to be serious i could see your review but u are more full of bull than a bull. The show itself was hilarious and it really showed how deplorable human kind has become when their evil surprises and sickens the new demon neighbors. I think its personally a great take on the sickness of mankind. The voice work is excellent in my opinion it should have gotten at least a second season. So if u like to laugh and u like raunchy comedy this is a good find i say watch it and laugh out loud.... though it is just my opinion and u should make your own.
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