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The Crazy-Ass Group Show: The Series, Television Presentation
The group is crazy, indeed, but not in a good way.
Genre: Comedy
Black comedy
Off-color humor
Running Time: 25 minutes
Country: United States
Release Date: February 12, 2021
Network(s): HBO Max
Created by: Ryan Corbeil
Casey Alexander
Tom Yasumi
Distributed by: Warner Bros. Television Distribution
Starring: Charles Martinet
Samantha Kelly
Roger Craig Smith
Colleen O'Shaughnessey
Tress MacNeille
Dave Mitchell
Billy West
Frank Welker
Jason Marsden
Wally Wingert
Eric Bauza
Tara Strong
Maile Flanagan
Debi Derryberry
Jeff Garcia
Rob Paulsen
Jess Harnell
Tom Hanks
Seth McFarlane
Jim Cummings
Tom Kenny
Seasons: 1
Episodes: 13

The Crazy-Ass Group Show: The Series, Television Presentation (or simply just The Crazy-Ass Group Show) is a French-American-Canadian animated black comedy television series created by Ryan Corbeil, Casey Alexander and Tom Yasumi. The series officially premiered on HBO Max on February 12, 2021.


In present day, a big group called The Crazy-Ass Group, filled with many people in it, roams around the city to protect people from ruthless villains and prevent any tom-foolery happening while doing random things during their spare time.

Why It Sucks

  1. Many of the episode ideas are either random, convoluted, or/and lack any originality whatsoever. Examples include, "The Conker Stays in The Picture", "The Gambull and Dawrin Adventure Hour" and "The Fat Red Circle". In fact, this show acts way too similar to other shows such as Teen Titans Go! (which is already bad enough), Drawn Together, Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?, Family Guy, The Simpsons, The Brady Bunch and even Team Fortress 2: Meet The Team.
  2. The title sequence is literally a bunch of characters doing random things, such as flossing (which is already an outdated trend) and doing cringeworthy dances a la Delivery Dance commercial, which comes off as very weird.
  3. Most of the characters from the group, in this show, act pretty out-of-character compared to their traditional counterparts, even though a few are still likable.
    • Mario is mainly portrayed as your typical Italian stereotype, as he's often obsessed with pasta and pizza, like his brother, Luigi, despite being likable out of the others.
    • Luigi became an immature, annoying and clumsy idiot who doesn't think twice before doing something, is obsessed with spaghetti, and would bash on Americans who are not from Brooklyn.
    • Wario is basically an edgy and nasty slob who manipulates and blackmails people to do disgusting things for him, like trying to fart loud in the clubhouse.
    • Waluigi, like Luigi, became a even more annoying idiot than before, treats tacos as if was a religion and mostly acts like a Mexican stereotype, despite being Italian.
    • Princess Peach, while still a nice character, is an overly naïve princess who keeps falling for other people's tricks, like scams, and sometimes can't defend herself.
    • Toad, while likable, is practically nothing more than the show's punching bag.
    • Sonic is portrayed as a rad rowdy hedgehog who fights too much with Mario and keeps on saying that his company Sega is better than Nintendo. At least, he's still a somewhat tolerable character compared to Amy and Knuckles.
    • Amy became a hippy and sulky jerk who is madly obsessed with Sonic that she refuses to help others but him, and acts way too modern and trendy.
    • Knuckles is even more short-tempered and mean-spirted than his original incarnation, as he also constantly tells people in the group the doesn't like to "shut up!", and even goes as far as making people cry on purpose and breaking the law.
    • Ren Höek is portrayed as a ruthless jerk who constantly tricks Stimpy into doing some bad and pins the blame on others for his wrong doings, rather than simply just learn from them
    • Jon Arbuckle became more of a bumbling fool than he was in Garfield and Friends, though less than that show's successor, as he doesn't pin his faults on Garfield and Odie too much. But still, he just doesn't think twice before something and seems stuck in his dream world, such as car-speeding in the middle of the street thinking he's playing GTA 5 and literally smashed a fire hydrant, which got him arrested.
    • Dannan O'Mallard is just your generic "know-it-all" goody-too-shoes and a stubborn jerk.
    • Bucky Katt is portrayed a grump who lacks any sense of humor and almost barely smiles.
    • Sheen Estevez, and just as bad as his Planet Sheen incarnation, acts like a rather annoying, aggravating, and unfunny comic relief without any interesting personality.
    • Grimmy the Dog, although likable, is portrayed childish idiot who treats Ralph poorly and often annoys Attila at occasions.
    • Attila the Cat, while also likable, can behave pretty snooty and haughty towards Grimmy.
    • Ralph, while also somewhat likable, became even more dumb and slow-minded slacker who treats modern technology like it's some type of religion and constantly say things to get himself into trouble.
    • Quack the Duck became a more narcissistic and bragging character who almost can't go one episode without talking about ducks and will bash on people who aren't one, especially to Chirp, to the point where he's one of the most annoying characters in the entire series, next to Sheen.
    • Chirp, while likable, is often portrayed as a snobbish and sulky bird, even though this can be justified since Quack is the one being rude to her, but still.
    • Patrick Star is portrayed as a immature moron who's as dumb as a bag of rocks, who only has the purpose of telling too much corny and unfunny jokes in this series.
    • Squidward is even more of a grumpy and mean-spirited wing nut than he was in the series he came from, making him very unlikable.
    • Goat is portrayed an outright crazy control freak who takes things way too seriously and would snap whenever things doesn't go his way or when people doesn't pay attention to him.
  4. A lot of the humor in this show are either offensive, inappropriate, cringe-inducing, crude, or overly random, as it mainly consists of very low-brow humor, toilet humor and edgy jokes, with a great amount of pop-culture references being thrown in.
  5. Like The Wacky World of Tex Avery, the second season of George of the Jungle, Scaredy Squirrel and the dark age of SpongeBob Squarepants, there are way too much weird, nonsensical, mean-sprited, disturbing or/and inappropriate moments to even list. Fine! Here are a few examples:
    • Chowder throwing up at Dr. Mario's mouth in multiple episodes involving the latter.
    • Ren Höek burning a local bank down, in order to find himself some gold for the group in the episode "The Awful Gold Rush". Couldn't he, at least, get himself a job instead of doing that?
    • Waluigi fat-shaming Quack and Garfield in multiple episodes.
    • Larry the Crocodile stalking Zebra at KFC in the episode "The Fat Red Circle".
    • Yoshi pooping chocolate eggs in public at the park, disgusting many children hunting for easter eggs in the episode "Stimpy and the Golden Egg".
    • A random person hitting Grimmy with a car, making him flying into the sun in the episode "The Fat Red Circle".
    • Wario, in a very vile way, gruesomely attacking a bunch of rabbits who are just minding their own business in that same episode "Stimpy and the Golden Egg". Yes, seriously!
    • Grimmy and Attila snorting cocaine in the school's bathroom (albeit off-screen), in which got them expelled from school in the episode "Problems with PSAs".
    • In the episode "The Conker Stays in The Picture", Squidward impenitently called SpongeBob "cringe", which made him cry.
  6. Like Teen Titans Go! and Scaredy Squirrel, many of the morals and life lessons are just downright terrible, which includes:
    • "The Awful Gold Rush", "Don Weaso" and "Stimpy and the Golden Egg" teaches that robbing/stealing is okay.
    • "The Conker Stays in the Picture" teaches that framing people for a crime a person didn't commit can make you popular.
    • "The Fat Red Circle" teaches that legal laws don't mean anything and it's okay to break them.
    • "Problems with PSAs" teaches that doing drugs is okay.
    • "Don Weaso" teaches that scamming patrons can help you earn quick profit.
    • "U-Ass-A!" teaches that being racist/xenophobic is only just a harmless joke.
    • "Puzzling Reports" teaches that you don't need to solve any problems or help anyone because they just want attention. What if there's a fire at a restaurant and the owner desperately needs someone to put it out before it gets destroyed, are you just going to ignore them?
    • "The Rat Pack" teaches that gangster activity, including bullying is completely fine.
  7. Some of the episode titles are either lazy or face-palmingly stupid, especially the aforementioned "The Gambull and Dawrin Adventure Hour", in which the names looking more like typos.
  8. This show often panders to audiences, trying desperately to be hip and trendy with the use of TikTok, Instagram and YouTube, as well as overrated (if not dead) memes.
  9. Blatant use of product placement, such as the aforementioned TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, Coco Cola, Vevo, Juicy Juice, Chuck E. Cheese, Happy's Pizza, HBO Max (a streaming service from Warner Bros, which distributed this), Nintendo, Windows XP, Disney, JCPenny, Cinemark, KFC, Taco Bell, Target and Doritos.
  10. The action scenes, in a few episodes, can be rather lackluster at best, as some of the villains are pretty weak and does a lot of stupid moves that are more groan-inducing than cool.
  11. Overuse of ethnic stereotypes, including Mexican, Italian and Chinese ones, which can be pretty offensive to people who are of either Mexican, Italian or Chinese descent.
  12. Poorly-written dialogue for the characters.
  13. It even managed to get its own video game, which is no better than this show.


Redeeming Qualities

  1. The animation is quite good, and does a pretty decent job capturing the original style of the characters.
  2. The voice acting is decent, with most voice actor reprising their roles as their respective character, as well as new voice actors that does a pretty good job matching the original character's voices.
  3. Some episodes are admittedly kinda funny, such as "The Gambull and Dawrin Adventure Hour", "The Pizza Plant" and "That's Amore".
    • On top of that, there are a few funny moments from here and there or can be considered so bad, it's good.
  4. Some of the characters are still likable or has improved from their original counterparts such as Mr. Know-It-Owl, Jimmy Neutron, Carl Wheezer, Garfield, Nermal, Odie, Tails, Shadow the Hedgehog, Stimpy, George Liquor, Piggy Winks, Pig, Rat, Zebra, Satchel Pooch, Foodar, Chubby Hugs, SpongeBob, Sandy Cheeks, Peep, Chirp, Conker, Banjo, Kazooie, The Powerpuff Girls, Spyro, Buster Bunny, Babs Bunny, Plucky, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Yakko, Wakko, Dot, The Banana Splits (including Snorky), Chuck E. Cheese, Jasper, Helen, Munch, Pasqually, etc.
  5. In relation with WIS#10, the action scenes can also be entertaining to watch.


Hilariously Bad Dialogue





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