In all seriousness, Drawn Together: Season 2 Uncensored is an excellent example of bad taste. I haven't seen the show on TV, but I can't imagine what you'd actually be able to see. The number of instances where male and female private parts are exposed is, quite frankly, amazing. Expect rampant sexuality, homosexual references, group sex, violence, holocaust references and racial epithets. You'll be subjected to everything from an episode about masturbation to an episode featuring a racially-motivated parody of a School House Rock, to an episode featuring a show called "Extreme Vagina Makeover."
Drawn Together: Season 2 Uncensored is a simple show that appeals to people's most base instincts and panders to the lowest common denominator. The writers are targeting an audience that wants to laugh at racial epithets and still thinks that poo and farts are hilarious. Mind you, there are also a lot of pop culture references that are liberally sprinkled throughout Season 2, with references to scenes from famous movies and even a parody of a skit from Sesame Street where the strange aliens with the triangular mouths try to communicate with a telephone.
For those of you who have seen the show on television and are looking for a particular episode, the episodes in Season 2 are as follows:
- "The One Wherein There is a Big Twist (2)" (Ep.1) -
The end of Season 1 left our hero (and his housemates) spiraling out of control in a helicopter. This continuation episode has the crew living on a "deserted" island and features Jeff Probst (and his rather large, yet oh-so-flaccid, member), in a Survivor parody skit. This episode uncovers the story behind the holocaust that wiped out Wooldoor Sockbat's family.
- "Foxxy Vs. The Board of Education" (Ep.2) -
In this episode, Spanky Ham gets a computer virus and "gay-marrys" Xander to have access to health insurance. Meanwhile, Foxxy Love gets in trouble for solving mysteries without a license. This episode features the School House Rock parody, "Board of Education."
- "Little Orphan Hero" (Ep.3) -
Captain Hero discovers his origin story was a lie... his planet wasn't destroyed, he was simply unwanted. The rest of the housemates start a suicide prevention hot-line and have to try to help a quadruple amputee.
- "Captain Hero's Marriage Pact" (Ep.4) -
Captain Hero's ex-girlfriend, Unusually Flexible Girl, comes to cash in on a pact they had made to get married if they hadn't married by the time they hit 30. Afraid of making a commitment, he pawns her off on Wooldoor Sockbat, but then they take turns over who has to take her and who gets to take her; basically, they only want her when they don't have her. In other news, Foxxy Love gets the Foxxy 5 band back together... sort of.
- "Clum Babies" (Ep.5) -
Wooldoor hits puberty and learns to masturbate, after Foxxy gives him a lesson in masturbation. Not only that, it turns out that his "clum babies" can heal, launching a snake oil career for he and Spanky Ham, until Clara calls in the Veggi-Tales to help stop the masturbation. Ling-Ling's playa days may be numbered, when his parents inform him of his arranged battle.
- "Ghostesses in the Slot Machine" (Ep.6) -
Foxxy discovers that the Drawn Together house is built on an Indian burial ground and is haunted, so the gang gives them a small, crappy piece of their back yard as a gesture to make amends... and the Indians build a casino.
- "Super Nanny" (Ep.7) -
"Captain Hero" feels the need to challenge anything that calls itself "super," so when he sees an episode, he takes on "Super Nanny"... and finds that he's met his match. Ling-Ling gets a simple procedure with tape that allows him to get his driver's license.
- "Terms of Endearment" (Ep.8) -
Captain Hero uses his X-ray vision to watch the girls in the shower, something that actually turns on Foxxy. Unfortunately, his nuclear affection gives her cancer. He first gives up his powers so he can't hurt anyone again, then he uses his own version of Superman's "fly-
around- the- world- to- turn- back- time" move, but goes back a little too far, then manipulates evolution so that all people (male and female) are covered, head- to- foot, in "boobies," as Captain Hero puts it.
- "Captain Girl" (Ep.9) -
Captain Hero's sidekick, Captain Girl dies and Wooldoor tries to take her place by his side. Meanwhile, Toot tries her hand at being a mother, by taking care of a Nicaraguan baby and finds it to be more than she bargained for.
- "A Tale of Two Cows" (Ep.10) -
Wooldoor Sockbat finds a live-action cow in the Live-Action Forest and tries to secretly keep his new pet and best friend in his closet. Speaking of cows, Toot needs an escort for her fat camp reunion and she finds a way to control Xandir. This one ends in an orgy featuring one gay man (Xandir) and two or three tons of fat camper women.
- "Xandir and Tim, Sitting in a Tree" (Ep.11) -
In an especially heavily gay episode, Tim Tommerson, Captain Hero's alter ego, professes and acts on his attraction to Xandir, but they have to try to keep their affair a secret from Captain Hero. Everyone else seeks revenge against a particularly bad review in Entertainment Weekly.
- "The Lemon-Aids Walk" (Ep.12) -
This one has an especially apt name, as its two stories are about a lemonade stand that Clara and Wooldoor run until Wooldoor does hard (um, easy?) time and Spanky takes his place, and an AIDS walk that Captain Hero decides he has to "win," and he turns to steroids to help him get stronger.
- "A Very Special Drawn Together Afterschool Special" (Ep.13) -
Xandir wants to "come out of the closet" to his parents, but fears what their reactions may be. The gang decides to role-play the situation, but it goes much worse in the role-playing than it possibly could in real-life.
- "Alzheimer's that Ends Well" (Ep.14) -
Clara gets a vaginal makeover and the housemates decide that Toot needs to be institutionalized.
- "The Drawn Together Clip Show" (Ep.15) -
This show could very well have been called, "The Contractual Obligation Episode" or "What? We Need One More?"; very little new material is actually presented here. This episode is completely useless if you've watched the rest of the season. If you haven't, this is a much shorter alternative to doing so.
Drawn Together: Season 2 Uncensored is crass, violent, racist and otherwise, simply wrong. This has got to be the type of cartoon that a young Archie Bunker would have watched for hours on end. If you're a sick %$&! that actually enjoys this sort of so-called "entertainment," then I highly recommend Drawn Together: Season 2 Uncensored. Why settle for a version that was edited by "the man" when you can see the entire season uncensored?