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'Drawn Together': Crass Humor, but Good Satire

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'Drawn Together': Crass Humor, but Good Satire

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'Drawn Together': Crass Humor, but Good Satire

'Drawn Together': Crass Humor, but Good Satire

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Day to Day television critic Andrew Wallenstein reviews Comedy Central's new animated series Drawn Together. He says the crass humor of the show is effective at satirizing both today's rash of reality TV and saccharine cartoons of yesteryear.

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