The Doucheaholics find themselves in over their heads when a self-proclaimed prophet initiates a debate concerning faith. As the meeting progresses, the group begins to realize the force is not as strong as the Douche in this one...
McCarthy and Mitchell and their whole team have done an excellent job of consistently mining great comedy from the clear-eyed observation that we are all, in one way or another, more than capable of being douchebags. (Except for me, of course. There's just always an exception, so that's cool.) The writing, directing, and editing are sharp, the cast is committed and totally delivers, the sound design is flawless (Never undervalue great production and post-production audio work! That's some clutch stuff right there.), the music is fun and on point, and the whole thing is just extremely well shot and produced. Oh, and it's funny. Like, really funny. Look, you might not be able to help the fact that you're a douche sometimes, but you can totally avoid being a jackass by checking out this show!
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