Paradise PD Review 2018 TV-Show Series Season Cast Crew Online
Creator: Roger Black, Waco O’Guin
Stars: Sarah Chalke, David Herman, Tom Kenny
Review: I just watched the 1st episode of this series and I loved it, this is full of laughter and enjoyment. this just relaxed my mind. half hour an entertainment and your brain get refreshed for a while and then you have take the sweet pills to refresh your self again by watching 2nd episode then 3rd and then all the episode. netflix made another hit after f is for family and big mouth. loved it and liked it. please make season 2 as soon as possible.
Okay so let’s state the obvious: this is the exact same show as Brickleberry, an animated Comedy Central show that isn’t nearly as funny as it thinks it is. There are two reasons for why Brickleberry sucked: first, Brickleberry was on basic cable and thus it always had to hold back and second, because it starred the voice acting “talents” of Daniel Tosh, a man who is also not nearly as funny as advertised.
This show stars most of the cast from Waco O’Guin and Roger Black’s previous show but with a few major changes: first Daniel Tosh is gone (sadly not from earth, just this show) and they added Kyle Kinane, Dana Croker, and Sarah Chalke. Aside from these changes and a shift in setting there isn’t much different. Which is weird because usually after the cancellation of a show, people will try to change things up. O’Guin and Black are instead doing the same damn thing with even the same jokes and, in two very significant cases, THE EXACT SAME CHARACTERS (Bobby Possumcod is back y’all).
But what’s weird is that this show is A LOT funnier than Brickleberry inspite of being the same damn thing. It’s grosser, has nudity, has actual curse words, and graphic sex. The new cast members are also a lot better at their jobs than the missing Brickleberry cast members. Cedric Yarbrourgh has been the funniest thing on TV for years, Dana Croker and Grey Griffin are so solid that it’s a hard to believe they aren’t on every tv show. Then there’s Sarah Chalke who seems very happy to be able to play something other than the hot mess girlfriend or a stressed out single mom. Chalke has some of the best jokes on the show, playing a violent rageaholic cop. Kyle Kinane is also pretty funny as a drugged out police dog but also feels like he’s being underused because even though Kinane’s three pack smoker voice can make most gags funny, the drug addict jokes wear out pretty quickly. Rounding out the cast are David Herman and Tom Kenny who are using the same voices to play roughly the same roles they had before on Brickleberry which is good because hearing Tom Kenny freak out and yell is always hilarious.
It’s a good, not a great show and they tell some of the stronger gags from Brickleberry while also leaning into the best parts of the new cop show setting. They have an ongoing storyline about crystal meth and a hobo, which is so silly it’s oddly genius.
The problem with the show is that it occasionally tries to be smart, which is stupid. This is not Rick and Morty, that show tells intelligent jokes about smart concepts. It’s also not American Dad or South Park where they get clever with silly ideas and tell political gags with just enough heart to still feel fun.
This is a stupid show and it should stay stupid. So when the show devoted an entire episode to trying to make a vague point about police violence and cable news…they completely drop the ball. When the two least funny characters have a b-plot set in a nursing home that’s more amusing than the prolonged gags about Sean Hannity and Rachel Maddow, then something went wrong in the writers room.
If this show is ever going to get from good to great, O’Guin and Black need to stop trying to make a point, stop trying to tell deep jokes, and just stick to the episode long butt puns.Also, make Tara Strong a regular on the show, she’s great.