Watch Loiter Squad
Loiter Squad is a brand new to the Adult Swim lineup on Cartoon Network, which is a late night comedy block featuring shows not able to be shown during regular rotation due to content or themes. The show is presented in the form of sketch and shock comedy similar to that of Jackass and other shows before it. Currently, there are four main members of the cast: Tyler the Creator, Jasper Dolphin, Taco, and L-Boy.
The show itself features a 15 minute run time, a format common on the Adult Swim block, and is a series of sketches showing the cast in a variety of humorous, often absurd and outlandish, situations. They also mimic other original programming.
Sometimes, these situations are scripted, but most often the cast is shown interacting with unsuspecting strangers in an effort to get a candid reaction. For example, one sketch in an earlier episode shows the team dressed as job seekers randomly giving their resumes to strangers in a bad neighborhood. They also do parodies of popular current and former television shows, including Miami Vice and other 80's programming.
The show's rating is currently TV-MA and contains frequent profanity, partial nudity and other adult themes including the mention and use of illegal substances. Though some of the mature content is blurred or obscured from view, much of the language is prevalent in the show.
Loiter Squad debuted in March 2012 and is currently in its first season airing on Sundays at 12:30am on Adult Swim.
Watch Full Episodes of Loiter Squad
Loiter Squad Full Episode Guide
- First Aired: May 12, 2013
Emo Patrick makes a phone call; the guys participate in eating challenges; and Taco shares his wisdom.
- First Aired: May 05, 2013
The cast attempts an intervention; Jasper and Tyler face moral dilemmas. Taco changes the game.
- First Aired: April 28, 2013
Tyler disagrees with his stepfather; Taco cruises around in a bathtub; and the guys receive dolls with unusual powers.
- First Aired: April 21, 2013
The guys search for treasure, Jasper attempts a bike jump with the help of Andy Bell, and Earl complains about his roommate.