Big Mouth: Season 3 (2019)


Season 3
Big Mouth

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Like the characters at its center, Big Mouth's third season continues to grow, taking on complicated new issues with the same gross-but-utterly-empathetic eye that made it so lovable in the first place.

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Critic Ratings: 33

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User Ratings: 408

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Episodes

Air date: Feb 8, 2019

Sappy cards, stupid cliches and so much pressure; for Andrew, Nick, Jessi and friends, Valentine's Day is a total freaking minefield.

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Air date: Oct 4, 2019

When a mishap in shop class inspires a sexist dress code, Jessi rebels; Missy struggles to keep her alter ego in check; Andrew gets a wake-up call.

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Air date: Oct 4, 2019

Nick is bewitched by his cool new phone; a call from "Pharmacy Boy" turns Matthew into a nervous wreck; Jay finds a Netflix show that was made just for him.

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Air date: Oct 4, 2019

Cellsea goads Nick into posting a risque video; Maury urges Matthew to speed things up with Aiden; Jay feeds Missy ideas for her erotic fiction.

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Air date: Oct 4, 2019

As Nick tags along with the Gloubermans on a wild road trip to Florida, Jay discovers he's been "Home Alone"d -- and moves in with a new family.

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Air date: Oct 4, 2019

Connie gives Jessi a crash course in female pleasure; Maury tries to talk Andrew into sending a risque pic; Nick lashes out at his new housemate.

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Air date: Oct 4, 2019

The ghost of Duke Ellington takes Nick and his friends on a journey back in time to 1913 -- the year he lost his virginity and found his true calling.

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Air date: Oct 4, 2019

As the friends feverishly swap lists of the hottest kids at school, newcomer Ali stokes the flames by announcing she is pansexual.

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Air date: Oct 4, 2019

A big standardized test sends everyone into a panic -- except Jay, who just scored an Adderall prescription.

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Air date: Oct 4, 2019

A provocative school musical unleashes Missy's inner thespian -- and her new Hormone Monstress; the "Queer Eye" Fab Five pay Coach Steve a visit.

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Cast & Crew

Nick Kroll
Nick

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John Mulaney
Andrew

Voice
Maya Rudolph
Diane

Voice
Jordan Peele
Ghost of Duke Ellington

Voice
Fred Armisen
Elliot

Voice
Jenny Slate
Missy

Voice
Jessi Klein
Jessi

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David Thewlis
The Shame Wizard

Voice
Jonathan Van Ness
Himself

Guest Voice
Karamo Brown
Himself

Guest Voice
Bobby Berk
Himself

Guest Voice
Tan France
Himself

Guest Voice
Antoni Porowski
Himself

Guest Voice
Nick Kroll
Executive Producer
Andrew Goldberg
Executive Producer
Mark Levin
Executive Producer
Jennifer Flackett
Executive Producer
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Critic Reviews for Big Mouth: Season 3

Audience Reviews for Big Mouth: Season 3

  • Mar 29, 2022
    Season Three had some really funny moments but the amount of stuff that could have just been cut out just outweighs the good. A few episodes aren't even worth watching and can be easily skipped without missing anything.
  • Dec 05, 2021
    EDIT: Big Mouth started as a "turn off my brain" show before going to bed, but it has slowly morphed into one that breaks all 4th wall boundaries with original and impressive writing. The last two episodes of the third seasons (the misogynistic play, the sexual tension, big dick boy jokes, the middle school superhero episode, coach Steve's makeover) were absolutely amazing and reminded me of the early days of Community. I used to like this show as a way to turn my brain off before going to bed but now I LOVE this show. The writers took it to the next level realizing they can easily suspend the audience's disbelief. They've taken complete advantage of breaking the third barrier and the musical acts are of broadway level quality. Lastly, and they're treading a really fine sexual line where the show is pretty much R rated, but still appeals to younger audience since it's a cartoon. They're being very clever and it's awesome.
  • Dec 04, 2021
    It's good but the future episode sucked.
  • Nov 09, 2021
    [⭐️81%] Season 3 has the intriguing drama of friendships being broken, jealousy and tension between the boys and girls following on from last seasons cliff hanger. Big Mouth is known for its overly-explicit humour, however it manages to tackle a serious matter involving a teacher without needing to have a punchline at the end. Characters get more character development, making them more than just being there for comedic purposes, especially Jay. Now that the show is three seasons in, the writers feel confident enough to take the explicit and crude humour to the next level, with it being borderline controversial for some viewers, yet highly enjoyable for some.
  • Nov 06, 2021
    Quite a funny show until you realise your watching children have sex and then have to question the intentions.
  • Sep 11, 2021
    (all seasons) Boasting excellent voice work (Maya Rudolph is fantastic), great original songs and memorable characters, including personified portrayals of hormones, depression and anxiety, "Big Mouth" tackles puberty in a funny, unique, inclusive and occasionally heart-warming, resonant way. Still, parts of it seem jarringly far-fetched given that the protagonists are 7th graders, some of the supporting characters are rather gimmicky and neither repetition nor quality dips are avoided throughout the seasons.
  • May 30, 2021
    It's one of those shows that're fun to watch, but it's just not good. Rating: 59%
  • Feb 19, 2021
    Disclosure si Superheroes rup baraca
  • Feb 08, 2021
    Season 3 starts to rlly drag and u can tell they start to scrape the bottom of the barrel, also why is it just not as funny as the first two seasons. I mean the Harmone monster is still insanely funny but they almost change their formula and main characters which is off-putting.
  • Jan 13, 2021
    Buenos trucos y chistes, aunque ya se ve reutilizando chistes, pero que son efectivos con temas que nos hacen entender y reír.

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