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Anyone else love this show?
Basicly; it's silly, exaggerated reenactments of strange, "real" ways people have died. Sometimes they even pull swerves and people don't die in the ways you might expect them to based on the setups.
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I don't care for it, personally. I find it morbid and disgusting. And definitely not something you want to watch during dinner.
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|A buddy at work told me about this show and I got hooked on it.
There's been a couple episodes where someone has died during sex, and the sex scenes were pretty graphic. I was surprised the censors allowed it.
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