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The writers seem to think that being "outrageous" -- by invoking stereotypes about minority groups or by going for gross-outs -- is funny by itself.
As far as the content goes, if you can imagine it, it probably has a place in the outrageous plot that attempts to find humor in alcoholism, racial profiling, and nontraditional sexual appetites.
For all the effort to unnerve and upset, Brickleberry just comes across as desperate and impotent.
It's a show that's actually painful to watch, because it keeps finding new depths of tasteless jokes without any punchline that are worse than the ones that preceded them.
Because the show can't sustain such jokes constantly, there's a lot of down time between the outrageous. During these valleys, "Brickleberry" grows dull.
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