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Neighbors from Hell was a Flash animated sitcom created by South Park veteran Pam Brady that premiered on June 7, 2010 on TBS, but sadly was not renewed for a second season. The plot basically concerns the adventures of a family of devils that must relocate to Texas in order to keep a powerful new drill with the ability to plow straight into Hell itself from becoming active, thereby destroying their underworld. ...Yeah.

It should not be confused with a series of PC games by the same title.



  • Dissimile: Ashley from "Guns for Mutts" comes out with a few of these.
    Josh: (about a secret experiment facility) Woah! This place is weird.
    Ashley: You think this is weird? You should see my experiment shed at home. And by experiment shed I mean my underpants.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Tina is constantly repulsed by the disgusting and politically incorrect demeanor of her new neighbor Marjoe. Tina's daughter Mandy breaks up with Killbride's son because he's cruel to unpopular, or disabled kids. Even Satan himself is disconcerted by how amoral and evil Killbride can be.
  • Everyone Meets Everyone: Hellmans, meet weirdos from Texas.
  • Everything Is Big in Texas: Pretty much a constant parody of said trope. Also applies to most of the women on the show, as well.
  • Fartillery: In episode 1, Marjoe farts (purposely) in her suicidal dog's face just for laughs.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Josh loves animals and animals seem to love him back, sardonic considering he's a devil.
  • Guilty Pleasure: One of the triggers of the whole premise. Bal loved secretly watching earth television, which is considered one of the most horrible things in existence in Hell. This leads to Bal knowing more about humans than any of the other devils, which makes him Satan's choice for the job up on earth.
  • Hard-Drinking Party Girl: Tina is almost never seen without some kind of alcoholic beverage (usually, though not always, a martini) in hand.
  • Humans Are the Real Monsters: So much so, they make DEVILS look good.
  • Ink-Suit Actor: The female executive producer that sexually harasses Balthazar is voiced by Jane Lynch, and basically looks like a caricature of her to boot.
  • Our Demons Are Different: They treat sinful repentance as a punch-in-and-out day job and act seemingly human, with families.
  • Parental Obliviousness: In "Guns for Mutts", even Ashley's own father didn't know she was a girl... somehow.


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