Two street-wise, urban rap artists move into a comfortable suburban neighborhood in New Jersey and try to fit in with the predominantly white residents.

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Real life actors/rap artists Method Man and Redman play themselves as they move into a comfortable luxury estate from the success of their recording albums and acting gigs and then try to fit in with the uptight, predominately Caucasian community whom try to evict them for their wild party gatherings while gaining admiration from a handful of neighbor eccentrics including the young son of their real estate agent whom live just next door. Written by matt-282

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Puttin' the urban in suburban.

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Method Man and Redman publicly disowned the series after its premiere. See more »

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Redman: [on suing the Barenaked Ladies for "false advertising"] I did not spend a hundred bucks to see a bunch of fat ass white dudes dance around!
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Referenced in Last Laugh '04 (2004) See more »

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M-E-T-H & R-E-D
7 July 2004 | by (New Jersey. USA) – See all my reviews

This show is hilarious. Best new sitcom... and probably one of the better recent sitcoms. Thankfully it's one of the highest rated shows right now, reality TV is taking over my idiot box. I need fiction, and "Method & Red" is hilarious. To those of you who don't like it: don't watch. Don't complain that you don't like it... just don't watch it... that easy. I don't like reality TV, you don't see me going ALL over the World Wide Web complaining about it.

Anyway, if you have even a smidgen of a sense of humor and can enjoy this kind of comedy; watch it. While so far there has been no mention of Wu Tang, both Method Man and Redman basically play themselves: rich rappers living in rich neighborhood in New Jersey. In fact, the Wu Tang house is reportedly located in Central Jersey. The acting, while exaggerated, fits the shows exaggerated plots. It's meant to entertain. The only annoying part of the show is the laugh track. It's not a studio shot sitcom. It's filmed more like "Malcolm in the Middle" and "Arrested Development". I have however noticed the laugh track slowly diminishing.


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