Big Mouth Review

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Big Mouth Review

Ilona Soltys, Editor

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Voice cracks, body hair, and awkwardness. Basically puberty in a nutshell. Now, we’ve all been there and we’ve all fought through our own personal battles but imagine seeing the experiences other people have gone through? In September of 2017, Netflix released an adult animated sitcom (a cartoon), following the lives of a group of middle school best friends who all begin to sprout into their bodies. Whether it’s hormones, periods, or dating, Nick Kroll covers it all.

Now,  the last thing I thought I would be binging would be a cartoon but there wasn’t a moment where I wasn’t laughing in the three days I watched it. Three days… that’s all it took for me to finish the two seasons. Maurice, my personal favorite character and the most explicit one, plays a hormone monster who controls, well, the hormones of some of the main characters. He is the reason behind their embarrassing moments and scarring pubescent years.

 After I finished, I instantly proceeded to Google the release date of the third season (which is coming out in 2019, if you’re wondering).It’s pretty safe to say that I love this show but, fairwarning, it is labeled an adult cartoon for a reason. It does possess some crude language and “explicit” images so watch at your own risk.