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Million Dollar Extreme Presents: World Peace 

Million Dollar Extreme Presents: World Peace, a satiric vision largely set in a post-apocalyptic world. The popular sketch group is comprised of Sam Hyde, Charls Carroll, and Nick Rochefort.
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Series cast summary:
Sam Hyde Sam Hyde ...  Sam / ... 6 episodes, 2016
Nick Rochefort Nick Rochefort ...  Nick / ... 6 episodes, 2016
Charls Carroll Charls Carroll ...  Charls / ... 6 episodes, 2016
Erick Hayden Erick Hayden ...  CEO Erick Hayden / ... 4 episodes, 2016
Andrew Ruse ...  09635 / ... 2 episodes, 2016
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Million Dollar Extreme Presents: World Peace, a satiric vision largely set in a post-apocalyptic world. The popular sketch group is comprised of Sam Hyde, Charls Carroll, and Nick Rochefort.

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5 August 2016 (USA) See more »

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Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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Prior to the show's premiere, a clip of the series was featured in the Adult Swim web series Development Meeting. The clip included an early logo for the series containing a symbol found in the notebook of James Holmes, the man who committed the 2012 shooting at an Aurora movie theater. The clip also featured certain on-screen graphics that were censored by the network. See more »

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Unique and Unfiltered
19 August 2016 | by easonreidgrahamSee all my reviews

If anything this show can be seen as being unique and unfiltered. There is no denying that. I would say however from my own point of view it comes off complex and perhaps at least a little smart if not at least sharing insight into how certain men, misogynistic or not, think. I think it might also be considered thought provoking ---though for women I could see how it could be infuriating as well as demoralizing for ethnic minorities. I feel that uncomfortable feelings one could feel exists even if you are a heterosexual white male because of how mysterious and indirect the messages are in the show. In an interview with Sam Hyde (the leader of the comedy troupe which is responsible for World Peace), Sam says he doesn't want to come off as someone who has some sort of message to get across despite the fact that you can never tell when any member of the comedy troupe of Million Dollar extreme are constantly lying to get reactions out of people whether it's Charls, Nick, or Sam himself.

That is kind of the fun of it though. Part of the "joke" is to never really understand if they are serious or not. I usually lean toward the latter due to how over the top and ---extreme--- Million Dollar extreme always is. They at least think they're joking, but from personal experience with questioning the deeper meaning of my own sense of humor I have found myself to be completely harmless, whether or not I am a lazy entitled human being.

The show is art regardless of whatever if may seem like. I could see how you could argue that Sam Hyde's low budget trolling on the MillionDollarExtreme Youtube channel which allowed him to experiment with making other people feel uncomfortable and angry without getting beaten or incarcerated may have not exactly been art but simply the style of all the weird animation in the opening theme and intermissions sets the odd tone and makes the racism, sexism and general intolerance become quirky whether or not they are just trying to offend as many people on television that they can.

But that's the whole point, the show is an experiment like the Youtube videos but it achieves artistic standards whether or not the comedy troupe had anything to do with the subtleties that allowed it to be green-lit in the first place. There's plenty to be appreciated stylistically other than the weird art style seem randomly almost like tongue in cheek patterns pretending to be propaganda with a eerie hypnotic effect. For instance, the way the camera is positioned in scenes as if a camera operator was sitting on a ladder aiming downward and diagonally from a character in a tiny office for no apparent reason whatsoever other than to poke your brain even though the sets have enough effort put into them without feasibly being done without professionals on a budget ---while obviously looking disproportionately terrible at the same time. The music is tasteful and unique and has no real purpose other than to purposefully make the characters in the skits seem as stupid as possible. Like the troupe's Youtube antics often what they say makes no sense but they talk with such confidence that often it doesn't matter how blatantly insane due to their peculiar delivery along with the rest of their non verbal communication that makes them seem unsettling at times, but never dangerous, malicious, or serious about anything.

Check it out on Cartoon Network's late night "Adult Swim" programming or whatever.

FRIDAYS AT 12:15 EASTERN TIME

The show will most likely not make another season so if you're at least mildly intrigued, check it out before it's too late.


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