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A simple show with a great concept and an all star cast boasting it. Big mouth season one is a must see
This season is actually really funny. Some of the jokes are ridiculous and uncomfortable. There is no real storyline. There is also not really anything interesting, that happens in one of the episodes. It is just comedy. But that still works, because the concept and comedy is so weird and interesting.
Not all of the jokes in Big Mouth Season 1 hit, but there are so many of them that it's very funny.
Funny! Not childish at all
Thats rotten bad jokes in my opinion
The characters are not fun at all and these minster things just annoy me I don't get we this show is rated so good
Big mouth is one of the worst shows you can ever watch, the fact that it has a 100 shows how inept critics have become.
The artstyle is honestly one of the worst I have ever seen, the fact that someone sat down and drew these baffles me, the characters honestly gross me out.
The jokes are just "haha sex", not good.
Just watch Bojack Horseman
Funniest show I have seen in a while.
What brings this season down the most are the number of repetitive jokes and side plots that are mostly forgotten and go nowhere. The repetitive jokes are what really gets tiresome and when the jokes are good they get overused, some not even being funny the first time.
I know I'm horny all the time, I don't need a show to tell me that
Smart, dirty, and embarrassingly honest, Nick Kroll and Andrew Goldberg have created something truly special in Big Mouth.