Big Mouth (2017– )
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When a freak storm gives everyone new superpowers, tensions between Andrew, Nick and friends boil over into an epic showdown.


Nick Kroll (created by), Andrew Goldberg (created by) | 3 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nick Kroll ... Nick Birch / Maury the Hormone Monster / Coach Steve Steve / Lola / Sylvester Stallone (voice)
John Mulaney ... Andrew Glouberman (voice)
Jessi Klein ... Jessi Glaser (voice)
Jason Mantzoukas ... Jay Bilzerian / Guy Bilzerianerian (voice)
Jenny Slate ... Missy Foreman-Greenwald (voice)
Fred Armisen ... Elliot Birch (voice)
Maya Rudolph ... Diane Birch / Connie the Hormone Monstress / Principal Barren (voice)
Jordan Peele ... Ghost of Duke Ellington (voice) (credit only)
Neil Casey ... Lars (voice)
Jessica Chaffin ... Shannon Glaser (voice)
Mark Duplass ... Val Bilzerian (voice)
Richard Kind ... Marty Glouberman (voice)
Jak Knight ... DeVon (voice)
Heather Lawless ... Jenna Bilzerian (voice)
Seth Morris ... Greg Glaser (voice)


When a freak storm gives everyone new superpowers, tensions between Andrew, Nick and friends boil over into an epic showdown.

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4 October 2019 (USA) See more »

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WILHELM SCREAM: When Missy first reveals her superpowers. See more »


Andrew Glouberman: [waking up suddenly] Oh, I just had the worst dream!
Maury the Hormone Monster: Tell me about it. I just had a wet nightmare about Mickey Rourke in a long paisley scarf.
Andrew Glouberman: Again?
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References Game of Thrones (2011) See more »


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Season Three Review
7 November 2019 | by southdavidSee all my reviews

I expressed a few concerns in my review of the "Big Mouth" Valentines special that it was a little under par for the high standard of the first two seasons and I hoped it wasn't a sign of things to come. Happy to report that although I'm not sure that this third run quite hits the heights of the second, it's still fantastic stuff.

Andrew (John Mulaney) is still a pariah at school, following his jealous actions at Valentines and his mood is not improved by Missy (Jenny Slate) and her seemingly deepening relationship with Mathew (Andrew Rannells). Nick (Nick Kroll) attempts to remain supporting as the girls battle against a sexist school uniform policy and a new chauvinist teacher.

What can I say, other than "Big Mouth" remains one of the most vibrant, witty, sweet, yet foul-mouthed, sex obsessed and grossest shows on television. Performances are fantastic, none more so this time than Jason Mantzoukas, as Jay is given a lot to do this year, as he considers and then accepts his bi-sexuality. Jordan Peele seemed to be available more this year, than in the previous one - as the Ghost of Duke Ellington appears at lot more frequently and has a whole episode devoted to his back story.

Again, perhaps this season is a smidge underneath the second season, maybe it is lacking in a character of the quality of the Shame Wizard, who only briefly appears. But it's still (perhaps only alongside "Rick and Morty") the pinnacle of current Animated shows.

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