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Testees: The Complete Series
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Testees is a half-hour comedy about two best friends and roommates who work as test subjects for TESTICO, an experimental drug & product testing facility. Peter and Ron are thirty-something adolescents refusing to grow up and like most guys, seek fame, fortune, and females. In each episode the guys are given an experimental product, medication or treatment to test. They then have to deal with whatever ridiculous side-effects occur while trying to go about their lives.
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The premise: Pete and Ron are two best friends/roomates who work for Testico. Their jobs? To test new products to ensure they are safe. Unfortunately for Pete and Ron, inevitably, every week they must endure horrific side effects. For example: A new pheremone spray that has the side effect of making them irrestible to women that they would prefer to resist. A shampoo that causes blindnees. A new robotic vaccuum cleaner that becomes sentient and traps them in their home. A muscle relaxent that paralyzes Pete.
Part of the problem with the show is that, sometimes, it's too gross. Another problem is the lead actors Steve Markle and Jeff Kassel are just not funny enough to pull this off -- despite the presence of the smokin' hot Kim Schraner, who seems to have been written out by the end. And Kenny Hotz was only in a few episodes as well, making its appeal that much less for me.
However, if you're into the concept, give it a shot. It didn't appeal too much to me, maybe it will to you.