Paradise PD season 4 review – thanks for the cringy laughs

December 16, 2022 (Last updated: December 30, 2022)
Romey Norton 0
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As a fan of this series, I’m sad to see it end, but it finishes its run in good time and in a true crude style. Naughty and raunchy, part four pushes all boundaries to end on a high. 

We review the Netflix series Paradise PD season 4, which includes a plot summary and discusses if it’s worth watching. There are no spoilers.

Fans will be sad to learn this is the final season of Paradise PD but will be happy to know the series goes out with a bang. First debuting in August 2018, the adult animated series has developed a reputation for being naughty, raunchy, and over the top. The series follows the chaotic day-to-day activities of small-town law enforcement, and their antics range from the weird to the outrageous. This final season has ten episodes, each lasting roughly twenty-four minutes, making it a perfect binge-watch for the rest of the year. 

Paradise PD season 4 review and plot summary

Paradise PD is created by Waco O’Guin and Roger Black, who are also known for the canceled animated sitcom Brickleberry, considered to take place in the same universe as Paradise PD. O’Guin and Black also serve as executive producers on the show, along with Marc Provissiero, Scott Greenberg, and Joel Kuwahara. This final part features our beloved main characters from the first three seasons returning, including Police Chief Randall Crawford (Tom Kenny), Kevin Crawford (David Herman), and Fitz Fitzgerald (Cedric Yarbrough). There are some new characters to add to the chaotic drama of season four, including a cocktail-making, all-swearing baby. 

In this final series, these Paradise police officers are much more concerned with having a good time than stopping crime, with the police station being converted to the “Paradise Party Dudes” after the entire police department is fired. However, as the series continues, the ex-police officers and townspeople of Paradise must band together to save their town, again. 

We see crazy things such as giants with enormous penises and people living inside them (use your dirty imagination). There are gangsters, cat obsessions, animal rebellions, a foreskin monster, Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and the great Mark Zuckerberg. Pretty much every random thing you can think of is in this series. 

The blunt humor is standard throughout as it tries to push the boundaries as much as possible, with a lot more dick and sex jokes than I remember from the previous seasons. Now don’t get me wrong, there are some un-funny dirty gags that miss the mark, but if you can get through them without cringing there are some funny jokes in this series. A few seem inspired by the series Big Mouth, like the pillow and Rick, the old hormone monster. 

Is Paradise PD season 4 worth watching?

Paradise PD has always had a mindless zaniness which makes it charming, and its crass style of humor gives it a niche that makes it stand out from the rest of the animated series available for streaming. Whilst I have enjoyed watching Paradise PD, it’s just not Brickleberry, and my heart yearns for that series. However, I’m excited to see what Waco O’Guin and Roger Black cook up next. With that being said, Paradise PD season 4 is certainly worth watching.

What did you think of Paradise PD season 4? Comment below.

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