When "The Man Show" first aired on Comedy Central, it attracted the expected wrath of arch-feminists who denounced the show for playing on stereotypes of women, the best example being the scantily-clad Juggy Dance Squad. What it actually does is take every male stereotype in existence -- namely, that men are little more than boozing, belching, flatulating, ogling Neanderthals -- and runs with it. The result is a riotously funny celebration of all things male, hosted by Adam Carolla and Jimmy Kimmel, just two regular guys who like to drink beer and make really bad jokes.
Where else would you see a variety show with recurring segments like "Movies Men Don't Want to See" (a hilarious takeoff on "chick flicks"), "Man-O-Vations" (ridiculous inventions for guys, such as the Carnival Urinal) and "Household Hints from Adult Film Stars" (you figure it out)? Or fake commercials for such outfits as the Rest Assured Disposal Agency, which cleans all the naughty stuff out of your house when you die so your family won't be traumatized?
"The Man Show" is a hysterically funny series quite unlike anything else on TV. May there be girls jumping on trampolines for a long time to come!