Todd & The Book Of Pure Evil: Season 1
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Imagine, if you will, a book of awesome power. A book that will make your deepest,
darkest desires come true... but at a horrifying cost. This is The Book of Pure Evil, and
it s loose in Crowley High. Thankfully, one horny teenager stands between The Book of
Pure Evil and the end of the world as we know it. His name is Todd. And he will save
our asses - whether he likes it or not.
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"He's a student at Crowley High, So he is High School Age, which at Crowley High could be anywhere between 14 and 25
He is a Male, His Name is Todd... Smith. No Middle Name... That I know of."
Todd wants to be a rock star, and in episode one, he is the first to come across the Book of Evil. Todd turns the book into a mean looking guitar, and becomes the most shredding awesome guitar player ever. So much soo, his rock started making people bleed from every hole. His friends come to stop him, but can't get the book before it mystically flies away like some kinda book bird.
The rest of this season, the book finds someone who is troubled finds the book, and it helps them until it turns out to be more of a curse.
If you liked Tenacious D and the Pick of Destiny, Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey, Idle Hands, ect... then check this show out!
Todd is a cute, clever and very funny show that has the gang fighting a monster-of-the-week while an overriding story arc links all the episodes together. I first caught the series on Netflix and loved the show so much that I had to get it on DVD. I just wish the second season didn't cost so much more than the first, and I really wish there were more than two seasons made. :(
It's chalked full of dick jokes, decapitations, stoner humor, and I find myself watching this again and again!
I'd never seen or heard of it, but it was a recommendation based off of "Reaper" (excellent buy)
The show is a little immature, and the actors have some cheesey roles, but all in all, it makes for a pretty fun experience.
The story line begins to involve you regardless if you want to get into it or not.
Give yourself until at least mid-season of season 1, before you decide to thrash this selection!
It's good for what it is!