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'Drawn Together': Crass Humor, but Good Satire

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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Andrew Wallenstein
Andrew Wallenstein is the television critic for NPR's Day to Day. He is also an editor at The Hollywood Reporter, where he covers television and digital media out of Los Angeles. Wallenstein is also the co-host of the weekly TV Guide Channel series Square Off. His essay on Holocaust films was published in Best Jewish Writing 2003 (Jossey-Bass), and he has also written for The New York Times, The Boston Globe and Business Week. He has a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University.
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