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Ladies and gentlemen, it's The Eric Andre Show!

"AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHH!!!" *CRASH*
Eric Andre rampaging on his own set (the ending of every new episode promo)

A talk show that airs on [adult swim], created, written and hosted by actor, comedian, and all-around Cloudcuckoolander Eric Andre, with fellow comedian Hannibal Buress as co-host.

Well, "talk show" is a loose way of saying it. Eric will almost always go off on unrelated tangents during the interview or doesn't pay attention at all, while random and absurd things happen, either done by Hannibal, members of the crew or band, objects, or animals that suddenly pop onto the stage. The set is specifically designed to keep the guests not exactly relaxed; for example, beforehand they'd put a heater in the guest's sofa, or during the show, water is sprayed all over the guest. And not to mention, 90% of the time, the guests are totally unaware of what they're supposed to expect during the whole taping. Eric also loves to spring graphically nude and explicit jokes on the fly, gross out his captive audience, and more often than not, he might just go berserk without warning and attack whatever thing in the room makes him the angriest at the moment, be it person, furniture, furnishings, or equipment.

Oh yeah, and he has a habit of wrecking the set every episode (and then it gets magically fixed). In between segments are sketches of him doing street pranks, mostly in New York City.

Imagine it like a live-action Space Ghost Coast to Coast, but a hundred times crazier.note 

The show premiered in 2012 and has run for four seasons, with a fifth reportedly in the works alongside a TV special in Paris that aired on February 18, 2018.


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  • Actually Pretty Funny: Some of the guests or people in the street segments with a good sense of humor will actually laugh at the nonsense happening around them. Raymond Cruz is probably the best example, even cracking a clever pun during his interview.
    • At the end of the "Octopus" segment, when Eric and his tentacles surround a man who apparently has nobody else to eat with and start chanting "ARE YOU LONELY? ARE YOU LONELY?" at him, the camera zooms in to show that the man in question has a small smirk on his face.
  • Adam Westing: Henry Rollins pops up to deliver the full force of his intimidating stage presence in a screaming monologue about...frozen yogurt.
  • And I Must Scream: Eric seems to be in this situation. One monologue has him asking Hannibal how to escape the show, falling into a void only to reappear on stage, and then screaming for help as occult symbols flash on the screen, implying that he is doomed to forever host the show in some sort of personal hell.
  • Always Someone Better: Hannibal is repeatedly shown to be much more rich and successful than Eric. For example, during the time Hannibal was the main host of the show he opens the episode with a one liner that not only reduces the whole audience into hysterics, but also causes him to spontaneously win several awards as "Best Talk Show Host" and "Best Talk Show Co-Host". Eric is understandably peeved at his success.
  • Ax-Crazy: Eric, in every intro.
  • Bait-and-Switch: Pretty much the entire point of the show. It's set up for unknowing celebrities to come on expecting a relatively ordinary talk show, while the actual content of the show is...not that.
  • Blatant Lies:
    • Some of the guests clearly aren't who Eric says they are, but he treats them as if they were the real deal anyway. For example, Russell Brand is an elderly shirtless Ethiopian man, Reese Witherspoon is a black guy wearing a wig, Arnold Schwarzenegger is Bruce Vilanch riding a motor scooter, Beyonce and Jay Z appearing together as a white red-headed woman and a short Asian man respectively, and Joe Biden is a cooked duck hanging from a string on the ceiling with a cutout of Joe Biden's face glued to its head.
    • For a non-celebrity example, there's the time when a random old white man walks out on stage with his penis hanging out and claims to be Hannibal's father and the time another old white man was introduced by Eric as Tyler, the Creator's dad.
    • Eric also likes to make up stuff about his guests to annoy them. Like accusing them of making a racist post on Twitter or something just as incredulous. Such as on Pauly D's interview:
    Eric: Your mom is Paula Deen?
    Pauly D: ...Who said that?
    Eric: That's what it says on my notes. (camera cuts to show Eric's "notes" are just a bunch of flashcards with swastikas crudely drawn on them)
    • There was also the one time Eric claimed to have footage of Krysten Ritter's new movie, much to Krysten's confusion. Said footage was actually 2 Girls 1 Cup.
  • Black Comedy Rape: The ending of Raymond Cruz' interview.
  • Black Is Bigger in Bed: Apparently, Barack Obama is, at least according to that sexually explicit picture of him that Eric has repeatedly shown to his female guests.
  • Bloody Hilarious: Just about every time Eric or Hannibal kills or injures the other or himself.
  • Body Horror: See Teleporter Accident below.
  • Breathless Non Sequitur: Eric does this constantly to confuse his interview subjects.
  • Butt-Monkey: Eric.
    • That poor, poor drummer.
    • As of Season 4, Kraft Punk is turning into this. Every time he comes on camera Hannibal and Eric run him off and hurl insults at him.
    • The naked PA, who exists solely to be tormented by Eric.
  • Call-Back: Early in Season 2 there was an extremely uncomfortable interview with Eric Balfour from Haven where Eric asked if he'd ever slept with any "Oriental background actresses". A few episodes later, Eric mentioned meeting up with some Oriental background actresses during one of the "Ranch It Up" segments.
  • Calvinball: A running gag is Eric making his guests play nonsensical games during interviews for the sake of tormenting them. Most notable is Rapper Warrior Ninja, where contestants had to freestyle rap during an obstacle course for Eric and Hannibal's amusement.
  • The Cameo:
    • Pete Wentz appears for a few seconds at the end of the Lorenzo Lamas episode to deliver An Aesop and walk away.
    • Chris Rock briefly appears near the end of the Season 3 finale as the director of the "Bird Up" segments.
    • Sebastian Bach barges into the Demi Lovato interview to plant his leg on the desk and ask the visibly confused woman if she likes his hair, before leaving moments later.
    • John Kricfalusi shows up in the New Year's Halloween Spooktacular, doodling on a large canvas in the background.
  • Candid Camera Prank: A lot of them, including but not limited to Eric having sex on a bed in a store, pretending to scalp himself, setting up a smoothie stand and sticking his hand in the blender, destroying a "NYPD car", breaking into a dojo to deliver a "pizza ball", taking pictures of a fashion model while wearing cyclops prosthetics,becoming a black scientologist, destroying an art gallery, pretending to be blind and swinging a walking stick around a lightbulb shop, turning his body into a Froot Loops communion, and making out with a cop who has just apprehended him. Some of the most popular ones have to be "Ranch It Up!" and "Bird Up!".
  • Canned Laughter: Wouldn't be a surreal-fever dream-nightmare-parody of talk shows without it. The clips chosen for the show in particular seem specifically selected to sound as fake and unconvincing as possible.
  • Captain Ersatz: Kraft Punk is designed after the members of Daft Punk, robot helmet and all.
  • Cargo Ship: In-Universe. Eric apparently raped his desk.
  • Casanova Wannabe: Eric frequently hits on his attractive female guests, but they're inevitably far too distracted by the absurd, vulgar, or disturbing madness going on around them to respond well to his advances.
  • Catch-Phrase: "Time for some RANCH!"
  • Chest of Medals: Hannibal's Brother has this even though he's a Walking Shirtless Scene.
  • Chewing the Scenery: More like "violently destroy the scenery with a baseball bat." There will always be at least one person per segment (sometimes Eric, sometimes a random stagehand or extra) who is living LARGE and doesn't care who sees it. Hannibal's brother is probably the best example.
  • The Chew Toy: Street Correspondent Paul Littleson appears a few times, in all of them, he is being hurt in a mundane but funny way.
    • Again, as it bears repeating, but that poor, poor goddamn drummer.
  • Chubby Chaser: Hannibal appears to be this, as he was once confronted in the middle of the Asa Akira interview by a former ex who was fairly hefty. On another occasion, he was distracted from an urgent phone call with Eric by an extremely heavy Big Beautiful Woman taking off her robe in front of him (to reveal a gangster-themed Looney Tunes novelty t-shirt).
  • Church of Happyology: Addressed directly by name in the Black Scientologists skit.
  • Clean, Pretty Childbirth: Averted when Eric's desk has a baby, which comes out covered in amniotic fluid.
  • Cloud Cuckooland: The set of the show itself starting in Season 2, Word of God credits a dream sequence in Twin Peaks for the set. Lampshaded by Questlove:
    Questlove: "...What is this place?"
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: Eric, and Russell Brand in spades. Some of the guests can act this way as well.(Hannibal is generally the voice of comparative, critical reason.) The drummer in season 4 is pretty strange as well.
  • Comedic Sociopathy: All over the place, with Eric as the most frequent victim.
  • The Comically Serious: The producer, who's often seen on the backstage with a complete deadpan reaction at the antics going on in the show or even joining in on the antics himself (like randomly firing a gun during an interview), still with a complete deadpan reaction.
  • Couch Gag: Eric destroying the set during the introduction sequence has different actions per episode, with the scenes being inter-cut in the middle of Eric's rampage. All of these sequences end with the set repairing itself and Hannibal walking on-set, oblivious to what just happened. It has enough to warrant its own page.
  • Corpsing: On the occasions when the surreal madness becomes too much even for Eric or Hannibal. Hannibal is the more frequent corpser, but Eric has completely lost it on several occasions, too.
  • Crazy-Prepared: The stagehands. One imagines they have a warehouse full of desks at the ready, which is promptly replaced the moment that Eric breaks it.
  • Cringe Comedy: Most of the guest segments. Especially Tatanya Ali and Sinbad. The show is basically half this and half Surreal Humor.
  • Cuckold: "I want you to have sex with my wife" seems to be one of Eric's go-to phrases, using it on both men and women.
  • Dance Party Ending: Tyler, the Creator's interview ends with him, Eric, and a random guy breaking out in dance after the random guy advises to "investigate 3/11".
  • Deadpan Snarker: Hannibal, usually in response to Eric's attempts at telling jokes.
  • Death Seeker: Eric attempts to kill himself more than a few times.
  • Depraved Kids' Show Host: Hannibal as the Safety Stegosaurus who proceeds to make kids recite disturbing phrases like "I don't wanna die", eat directly out of a garbage can in front all of them, and then vomit afterwards.
  • Despair Event Horizon: Rory Scovel crosses it while showing us how to cook like a pro, going into a nihilistic monologue about The Nothing After Death before crushing glass into his face, pushing the table to the floor, and collapsing on the floor while crying.
    Eric: Yeah, uh... can't wait to try that at home.
  • Dirty Old Man: George Clooney is both this and a Depraved Bisexual.
  • Dissonant Laughter: The "studio audience" responds to almost everything that happens on set, be it obscene acts of vulgarity, spontaneous violence, frequently naked cast members or staggeringly unfunny jokes with bouts of raucous laughter, which makes the whole thing even more surreal.
  • Distant Finale/Downer Ending: Parodied at the end of the first season. R.I.P. Eric Andre (1983–2028)
  • Dude, Not Funny!: In-Universe; Hannibal is constantly calling Eric out on this.
  • Drop the Cow: Happens whenever that episode's guest has become just a bit too comfortable. Usually arriving in the form of Eric or a random stagehand beating the other up or getting shot.
  • The Eeyore: The black saxophonist, who keeps saying that he wants to kill himself.
  • Eek, a Mouse!!: Stacey Dash has nearly this exact reaction when she notices the rats emerging from Eric's desk.
  • Eldritch Abomination: The Octopus, who is covered in poison (or as the French say, la poison), has a Hive Mind with its tentacles, and believes Bill Cosby is innocent.
  • Electric Torture: Poor Jack Black.
  • Everyone Has Standards: In the "Who Can Hold the Most Babies?" sketch, Eric is clearly just as uncomfortable as the people in the sketch and completely breaks character, saying, "I hate this bit" after he unintentionally makes a child cry.
  • Fan Disservice: Lots of penises get whipped out on this show and not just Eric's.
  • Funny Background Event: Even the background is not safe from the bizarre and random occurrences happening during each interview.
  • Gainax Ending: Nearly every episode and segment ever.
  • Genre Blindness: Those poor, innocent foolish celebrity guests who seem to think that this is a ''real' talk show. Demi Lovato is probably the worst example of this, as she's visibly about this close to running off the stage screaming once the madness gets started.
  • Genre Deconstruction: This seems to basically be the concept of the show.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: It doesn't take a whole lot to set Eric off. Jay Z also reacts very poorly to questions about his music or his personal life.
  • Hell Is That Noise: Loud and disturbing noises are one of the many weapons in his arsenal Eric uses to torment his guests, like when the drummer inexplicably lets out a tortured and demonic-sounding scream during Jack McBrayer's interview.
  • Heroic B.S.O.D.: Eric, on occasion.
  • Hollywood Atheist: Rory Scovel, judging by his nihilistic monologue during his "Cooking Like a Pro" segment.
  • Hurricane of Puns: Ariel Pink's performance, which was followed by Ariel Stinks (aka Ariel Pink with sewage dumped on him), Ariel Plink-182, Ariel *NSYNC and... Ariel Black, which is just Hannibal wearing drag.
  • Incredibly Lame Fun: The "What If It Was Purple" segment, which has Eric and the audience applauding (and vomiting) at the sight of various purple things.
    Hannibal: Nothing about this game is that intense.
  • In-Name-Only: Most of the "celebrity guests", which leads to more confusion as they get more obscure and you actually don't know if it's the real one or not.
    • Happens much less often after season 1, which feature mostly actual celebrities with a couple fake ones recurring from the first season.
  • Jack Bauer Interrogation Technique: What Jack Black's interview devolves into.
  • Jive Turkey: Parodied and exaggerated to no end in Eric's "Ranch It Up!" skits, which run on Eric's character having a completely nonsensical frat boy slang.
  • Jump Scare: Often deployed against the show's guests, usually involving something bursting out of Eric's desk.
  • Kubrick Stare: The trombonist/singer in Season 4 has a habit of doing this directly into the camera. It's appropriate, considering that the band in season 4 is an homage to The Shining.
  • Lighter and Softer: The Raymond Cruz interview is probably the only time a guest has actually enjoyed his time on the show.
  • Little People Are Surreal: Quite a few dwarves show up on the show, to Lynchian effect. In particular, the Octopus skit has Eric in an elaborate octopus costume, with Eric in the costume's main body and a few little people as its tentacles, who proceed to terrorize an innocent restaurant.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: The black saxophonist is apparently Questlove's father.
  • Made of Iron: The shit that Eric puts his body through is ridiculous. It'd be impossible to count how many times he's just been shot.
    • More literally with Kraft Punk, who commented that he is unable to die and subsequently proved so by shooting himself in the head multiple times with no effect.
  • Madness Mantra: "Everything... is in... the NEWS today..."
    • "Did you hear about this... Did you hear about this..."
  • Makes Just as Much Sense in Context: Pick a random segment of a random episode. Any segment of any episode.
  • Mind Rape: Arguably the entire goal of the show. Eric and Hannibal always position themselves so that the guest can never watch both of them at once, making it that much more traumatic for the poor interviewee.
  • Mind Screw: Constantly and Played for Laughs. Some segments seem particularly Lynchian, such as "Savion Glover", who just ran around screaming with a rotisserie chicken taped around his head and over his face while wearing a wig and breaking things, and... tap dancing?
  • Mistaken for Special Guest: While fooling around at the RNC 2016 event, Alex Jones mistakes Eric for Trevor Noah and invites him on-stage at his rally, with Eric saying his usual stuff.
    Eric: I want you to have sex with my wife.
  • Mood Whiplash: Frequently.
  • More Dakka: Whereas Eric destroys the set by turning himself into a human wrecking-ball, Hannibal (when he was hosting the show) has this as a simpler solution by unleashing a hail of bullets on the set and at the band while they're performing.
  • Mundane Made Awesome: "And now, ladies and gentlemen, Flying Lotus CHECKS... HIS... EMAILS!"
  • N-Word Privileges: Hannibal's Brother is trying real hard to say it less.
  • Naked People Are Funny: Eric will often appear naked while trashing the set in the opening credits.
  • Nausea Fuel: In-Universe; apparently, the sight of a purple rabbit is this to Eric, as it makes him vomit instantenously.
  • Negative Continuity: To say the least.
  • Never My Fault: After Eric shoots two magazines worth of ammunition at Hannibal, he whispers:
  • The Nicknamer: Eric's "Ranch It Up!" character.
    "Wait, I know you! You're Pimple Pete!"
    (guitar riff)
    "'Sup, Pimple Pete?"
  • Non Sequitur: Extremely frequent, not just in dialogue but in the many, many Big Lipped Alligator Moments per episode, such as a two second cut to Eric running maniacally through the street screaming and holding a chicken.
  • No-Sell: When Questlove appeared as the drummer on the show, he knocked Eric out with one punch when he tried to attack him in the intro sequence.
  • Not So Above It All: Most of the time Hannibal is the Straight Man to Eric's wacky antics, but occasionally he'll join in the madness happening on set, like punching Eric in the face, screaming while trying to stuff a bunch of pancakes into his mouth, gunning Eric down apropos of nothing, or asking him if getting crabs is more embarrassing than getting AIDS.
  • Once an Episode: Eric trashing the set. More specifically, Eric violently assaulting the drummer of his band, usually by tackling him through a wall and then punching him in the face.
  • Only Sane Man: Hannibal, most of the time.
  • Overly Long Gag: Hannibal explaining to Harry Shum, Jr. what he'd want his Fatality to be if he were a Mortal Kombat character. It's basically Hannibal standing still and repeatedly pantomiming throwing an apple.
    • The "Wheel of Prizes", which keeps spinning for nearly a full minute and only stops turning when Sinbad physically intervenes and grabs it.
  • Practical Joke: Eric does a lot of absurd, creative pranks on the city streets... like running from a pack of guys dressed up just like him. He longs for people to stop and stare, confounded at human bizarreness.
  • Race Lift: In-Universe, Eric claims that L. Ron Hubbard was a black man whose real name was L. Ron Hoyabembe.
  • Rant-Inducing Slight: Henry Rollins gives one about frozen yogurt.
  • Refuge in Audacity: The show runs on this. Expect constant speechlessness from guests and witnesses to street segments.
    • To cite one particular example: Eric Andre actually put up Seth Rogen's cell phone number for people to call, despite Seth's repeated demands that he don't.
  • Rule of Funny: And occasionally Rule of Scary.
  • Rule of Three: In the Season 3 premiere, Eric repeats the "Season 3? More like Season Pee" joke three times, each time making it more disgusting.
  • Running Gag: Eric seems to like bringing up famous sex offenders and Scientology at awkward times.
    • The sliding doors used to enter the set seem to become more and more difficult to push open as time goes on.
    • Jokes about Barack Obama, who Eric insulted in the New Year's Special. On at least two other occasions, he pulled out a (photoshopped) sexually explicit picture of Obama to the horror of that episode's female guest.
    • Eric's "notecards", which contain obviously untrue and increasingly ridiculous "facts" about his guests (and in close-up shots are usually revealed to contain just scribbles or no information whatsoever).
    • The voiceclip of that guy screaming "YES" in almost every episode.
  • Sensory Abuse: Loud noises and disturbing visuals are frequently employed for the sake of disturbing both the viewers and the guests.
  • Scary Black Man: Hannibal's Brother.
  • Screaming Warrior: Eric is a viking berserker with a seething and unquenchable hatred for the set.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!:
    • Only two guests walked off the set during their interviews.
      • T.I. walked off after seeing a random crewmember with no underwear on arrive just as he was about to suggest something to Eric.
      • Lauren Conrad noped out of there after seeing Eric suddenly vomitnote  and then play with his vomit.
    • Eric and Hannibal have had one of these moments too with the grizzly bear interview; the two immediately ran for the hills the moment the bear started manhandling Eric's desk after having ripped up the couch next to it.
  • Self-Deprecation: All the time. One sequence near the end of Season 1 has a montage of interviews with people on the street about The Eric Andre Show, all of whom have either never heard of or hate it. This causes Eric to have a Heroic B.S.O.D..
  • Serial Escalation: Every episode seems to be more violent and destructive than the last.
  • Shaped Like Itself: From the Season 3 premiere monologue.
    Hannibal: Yeah, what's up with your hair, man?
    Eric: Got it done like Katt Williams, baby!
    (studio audience claps politely)
    Eric: Katt Williams? More like FAT Williams! (motions to indicate a fat belly)
    Hannibal: (angry) NEXT JOKE! Katt Williams is very thin!
    Eric: Which one is Katt Williams?
    Hannibal: Katt Williams!
    Eric: Right.
  • Shout-Out: Many to Twin Peaks in the second season, such as the change to red curtains and the statue from the Black Lodge, and a segment where Eric empties two whole clips of bullets into Hannibal mid-monologue, looks straight at the camera, and asks "Who killed Hannibal?", after which it segues into a parody of the Twin Peaks intro.
  • Skyward Scream: Hannibal, who is usually the Straight Man, has a habit of startling the guests by randomly screaming at the ceiling at the top of his lungs.
  • Soap Box Sadie: Eric briefly became one in the "Society's Lies" bit.
  • Something Completely Different: Eric has interviewed a grizzly bear and a fire before.
  • Soundtrack Dissonance: Happens frequently thanks to the band and certain guests performing during the worst times, like when the band suddenly starts playing off-kilter music while Henry Rollins screams about frozen yogurt. T-Pain also started singing the national anthem in an overly dramatic manner during Rory Scovel's nihilist monologue and his subsequent breakdown.
  • So Unfunny, It's Funny: Whenever Eric tries to actually tell jokes, it ends up being like this, with requisite mockery from Hannibal.
  • The Stoic: Hannibal is completely unfazed by all the lunacy happening around him every episode.
    • Eric himself gets into this at times, on the occasions when his emotional responses aren't cranked to maximum they're invariably set to absolute zero.
  • Straight Man: Hannibal; the fact that he manages to be this and a Cloud Cuckoolander at the same time speaks about how weird this show is.
  • Stunned Silence: A frequent and logical response by the guests to Eric's antics. Chris Jericho is probably the worst, the poor man doesn't say a word the entire time or even change his expression.
  • Stylistic Suck: Everything about the show. The cameras seem to come from a different decade each, mostly from the seventies to the early nineties.
  • Surreal Humor: And occasionally Surreal Horror.
  • Swarm of Rats: The Stacey Dash interview randomly has rats emerge from Eric's desk, which she doesn't notice until one of them is biting her foot.
  • Swivel-Chair Antics: Eric pulls off probably the least impressive swivel-chair stunt in history during the Raymond Cruz interview. The audience applauds anyway.
  • Teleporter Accident: In one episode, Eric gets "one of those Star Trek transporters". He is wiping his face when transported, and comes out with his hand fused to his face. Hannibal has the person operating the transporter send Eric back to his chair, and he comes out as a shapeless blob.
  • Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: Beyonce and Jay Z.
  • Toilet Humor: Frequently, to say the least.
  • Totem Pole Trench: Eric uses this for no apparent reason in the "buying a car" segment, which instantly puts the car dealership owner on edge, since he doesn't trust like that. Lil Jon also does this when performing in the show as Big Jon.
  • Trash the Set: At the beginning of every episode, Eric is seen rushing in and breaking everything (while also doing... other things). The set is always rebuilt within literally seconds—the net effect is to make Eric seem like a soul condemned, Sisyphus-like, eternally to roll a chat-show off the edge of a cliff and then host it again.
    • Taken Up to Eleven in the Season 2 Finale when the entire episode is basically Eric breaking the set.
  • Totally Radical: Ranch Guy is this mixed with massive amounts of Cloud Cuckoolander.
  • Troll: Eric's comedic style, in a nutshell. Both the interviews and hidden camera segments revolve around him making unsuspecting bystanders as uncomfortable as possible.
  • Understatement: Frequently. The crowning moment is probably Eric grumbling in exasperation, "This thing is broken", as the mug on his desk is spraying coffee into the air like a fire horse.
  • Unusually Uninteresting Sight: A major component of the show's humor is Eric and Hannibal's complete non-reactions to the antics of his guests, including, on one occasion, a fire.
    • Occasionally, random citizens will completely ignore whatever surreal stunt Eric is pulling during the street segments and respond to whatever question he's asking with a completely straight face and serious tone.
  • Voice of the Legion: How the Octopus talks.
  • Vomit Chain Reaction: Eric fake-puking onto his desk (it was actually oatmeal he had in his mouth) very nearly made Lauren Conrad do the same for real.
  • Vomit Indiscretion Shot: Eric has a habit for these, especially during public pranks, even when it makes no sense.
  • Vulgar Humor: Expect lots of vomit, bodily fluids, and naked cast members.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: Russell Brand and Hannibal's Brother.
  • Widget Series: Even by Adult Swim standards, this show is bizarre.


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