The Whitest Kids U' Know: Season 2
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WKUK's ability to find the truth regular people don't admit to themselves makes them incisive satirists and social critics. They hold up inverted visions of the myths we build around ourselves. Their skewed vision of moments like the writing of "The Star-Spangled Banner," or their parodies of pop songs, are funny because they are so precisely accurate, even if those being skewered don't admit it.
Not surprisingly for a show buried on a premium cable network, their content can often be over-the-top. Head writer Trevor Moore had two shows canceled for his language and content before finding his niche here. And that trend continues: the show's naked fear of women, fondness for penis jokes, and frank salty language will bug blue-noses. This show doesn't let you off easy, and will alienate the tender-hearted.
But when they hit, they hit hard. They practice the principle that telling the truth is the funniest form of satire. And even their cringe-inducing themes cut through our veils and force audiences to take a good look within to ask why we react that way. Hilarious, brazen, honest, and unsubtle, WKUK takes you for a ride that you won't forget easily, and will leave you changed whether you like it or not.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Me and the rest of my family like to binge watch the episodes. We've gotten the theme song perfectly, and we most especially like to hum it on car trips to remember the best skits.Published 12 months ago by Hannah
I had heard somewhere about this comedy troupe, and that they were good, so I thought I'd check them out. Read morePublished on October 17, 2011 by tophercurtis