From Andrew Ryan of the Globe and Mail:
- The show’s a success, but the friendship’s wearing thin: A great many viewers are deeply conflicted in regard to Kenny vs. Spenny
“Steeped in sexual innuendo and frat-boy humour, Kenny vs. Spenny (Showcase, Friday at 9 p.m.) is the antithesis of any other comedy series currently airing on Canadian television. This is not Little Mosque on the Prairie. The show is lewd, crude and, at times, terribly offensive. So why can’t I stop watching it?” Read more.
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