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If you like Adult Swim or Archer you might enjoy Safety Geeks: SVI. The show is the comic adventures of a semi-elite force of safety experts; the P.O.S.H. (Professional Occupational Safety Hazard) team. This cult web series follows them as they are obsessed with making the world and bits of Canada safer. The team Reginald (David Beeler), Budwin (Tom Konkle), Dr. Randi Minky (Brittney Powell), Hopkins (Benton Jennings) and Miss Van der Graaf (Mary Cseh) investigates insane accidents to find out what went wrong and who is to blame. Ironically, their involvement causes far more damage than they prevent, leaving a trail of chaos and destruction in their wake.

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  • Actors: Tom Konkle, David Beeler, Brittney Powell, Benton Jennings, Steve Tom
  • Directors: Roger Tonry
  • Writers: Tom Konkle, David Beeler
  • Producers: Tom Konkle, David Beeler
  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Pith-e Productions/KoldCast.TV
  • DVD Release Date: March 11, 2010
  • Run Time: 128 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003BVJ8V2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #252,684 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Throatwobbler Mangrove on March 12, 2010
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Bottom Line: Raunchy, wacky and filled up to the brim with one-liners, Safety Geeks SVI is an object lesson in High Camp and a real must-watch for anyone who likes their comedy with a great, big dollop of outrageousness.

Safety Geeks: SVI starring Dave, Tom, Brittney Powell, Benton Jennings & Mary Cseh, chronicles a CSI-like team which investigates safety accidents, leaving a swath of comedic chaos and destruction in their wake.

Safety Geeks SVI has some of the best special effects I've seen in a web series. It's right up there with Condition:Human on my list of masterfully done graphics. Sure, all of them are a little corny but it just adds to the overall camp of the show. They understood what they were trying to achieve and executed it.

The show moves a little too quickly in places. It feels like the type of series that squeezed 10-12 minutes of content into 7 or 8. With such fun characters on stage, you really wish they had taken more time to flesh out their plots from episode to episode.

This is not a show for everyone, few shows are. People with weak stomachs, a distaste for fart jokes and a particularl sensitivity to sexualized humor will not enjoy Safety Geeks, however, that makes it funnier for those without those particular predilections. All in all, this is a show that deserves your attention. It's timing, sense of humor and overall feel put it on the list of top tier web comedies.

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- Alec Corday

From underneath the brilliant toupees of Dave & Tom comes a show that pokes relentless fun at a society increasingly over-obsessed with safety.

Thus, Safety Geeks: SVI is a parody on many levels.
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By Brianna on December 28, 2010
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Safety Geeks: SVI had its start in the saturation of procedural shows on television. The most influential target is CSI: Miami, but it's more a poke at the entire genre than a straight parody of Horatio. The creators have described the show as "a nice mix of surreal Adult Swim humor with a Monty Python take on CSI, Missing, Without a Trace, NCIS etc.." While I hesitate to compare anyone to Monty Python, because they are legends, that description is well stated. The show is very funny, full of one-liners, and often flying off the rails into the completely absurd. If you're an Adult Swim or Monty Python person, it should be right in your wheelhouse.
SVI follows the exploits of the P.O.S.H. (Professional Occupational Safety Hazard) team, which is made up of Reginald Syngen-Smythe (David Beeler), Budwin Yacker (Tom Konkle), Dr. Randy Minki (Brittney Powell), Sparky Van Der Graff (Mary Cseh), and Dr. Randy's amazing boobs (seriously, they get so many closeups, they deserve their own credit, their own IMDb page, and a spot as the wallpaper on my phone). EDIT: And Hopkins (Benton Jennings)! How did I forget Hopkins? He is, after all, the brains of the operation. P.O.S.H. investigates accidents and safety violations. Fortunately for us, if not the people they are investigating, along the way they cause more problems than they solve.
The first season is now complete, and follows one case of a tragic forklift accident at a warehouse store. The actions of the team range from odd, to stupid, all with huge helpings of cheese. And I mean that in the best possible way. It's all great fun to watch.
That cheesiness also extends to the look of the show. Clearly a lot of time and effort has gone into the effects used, and they take on a quality that I would call fantastically bad.
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Today I got the chance to enjoy the first season of SAFETY GEEKS: SVI in one mega "WEB TV movie."

SAFETY GEEKS: SVI is loosely satirical and completely outrageous. Having experienced INVENTION with Brian Forbes, I knew going in I was in good hands, the allegedly small and abnormally hairy hands of expert comedic craftsman and creators, David Beeler and Tom Konkle.

SAFETY GEEKS: SVI follows the P.O.S.H. (Professional Occupational Safety Hazard) Team as they investigate a forklift accident that took place at a "Giant Provisions," a Costco or Sam's Club type warehouse store. For safety professionals they sure cause a lot of destruction ranging from death by private plane landing (on you) to electrocution by crime scene tape. But (spoiler alert) they do solve the "case" but at what cost? I'm sure Budwin Yaker would know the penny. Speaking of...

The P.O.S.H on site Team is made up of eccentric British billionaire, Reginald Syngen-Smithe (David Beeler), the inscrutable number cruncher Budwin W. Yaker (Tom Konkle) and ex-stripper turned psychologist Randi Minky (Brittney Powell), who not only adds laughs but is the show's sex appeal. She looks like Sophia Bush's sexier older sister. Then there is the requisite support team at headquarters, crippled techie, Sparky Van Der Graaf (Mary Cseh) and Reginald's butler, the aptly named Manservant Hopkins (Benton Jennings). All the actors do a really good job. Their performances are quirky and consistent. So much delicious awkwardness.

The whole show was shot on Green Screen, which really created a unique environment. It lent its self to humor you normally only see in animated shows these days.
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