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Paradise PD is an American adult animation comedy web television series created by Waco O'Guin and Roger Black that premiered on August 30, 2018 on Netflix.
Paradise PD follows "a small-town police department. They're bad cops. Not bad like no nonsense. Not bad like cool. Bad like shitty."
- Some of the jokes in the show take it way too far.
- Most of the characters are unlikable. Not only that, but all of the characters are also cliched:
- Kevin Crawford is your typical idiotic main character, however he's one of the more likeable characters.
- Randall Crawford is your typical bossy main character that is sometimes the villain, who uses testosterone patches. When he doesn't take his testosterone patches he also has woman-like breasts, which is quite disturbing.
- Gina Jabowski is the typical violent main character with anger problems. She is also the typical sexual harasser.
- Dusty Marlow is the Butt-Monkey-type character.
- Stanley Hopson is the typical disobedient officer who usually ignores the orders Randall gives him. He also wears diapers on purpose, and usually undresses himself in front of others.
- Bullet is the typical "jerk to everyone".
- Gerald "Fitz" Fitzgerald is the typical PTSD-influenced character.
- It's basically a rehash of Brickleberry, which was created by the same people. In fact they even acknowledge this in the crossover of both shows.
- Kevin is a rehash of Steve.
- Randall is a rehash of Woody.
- Gina is a rehash of Ethel.
- Dusty is a rehash of Connie, only this time he's a straight male rather than a female lesbian.
- Gerald is a rehash of Denzel.
- Bullet is a rehash of Malloy.
- Although Brickleberry has nudity in almost every episode, censorship is mostly used. Paradise PD does also have nudity, but will show it UNCENSORED!
- Boring theme song.
- Uninteresting plots.
- The animation, while being somewhat of an improvement over Brickleberry, it's still stilted and mediocre, once again making it resemble a cheap knock-off of Family Guy.
- It had an unnecessary crossover with Brickleberry, heck, they even acknowledge it's unnecessary.
- There was one episode dedicated to Randall solving the mystery about a corpse's anus.
- The voice acting is decent, though not great.
- Kevin and Gerald are probably the only likable characters.
- Speaking of Kevin, he's a way more likeable protagonist than Steve.
- At least Stanley Hopson is an original character.
- The theme song, while boring, has couch gags, which are a bit creative.
- As mentioned above while still mediocre, the animation is at-least an improvement over Brickleberry.
- Some funny moments here and there.
- While the crossover with Brickleberry was unnecessary seeing the characters interact was pretty interesting like Bullet and Denzel and Ethel and Gina, it also shows that the writers and creators of both shows can take criticism and even poke fun at themselves, unlike the writers and creators of Teen TItans Go who makes episodes just to mock the critics.
- There are some Good and/or at-least tolerable episodes like "Black or Blue", which was a surprisingly accurate prediction on the infamous George Floyd murder in 2020.
- Bullet at least is not big of a asshole unlike Malloy.