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Human Resources (2022)

Animation | Romance 
Rayting:   7.5/10 4.9K votes
Country: USA
Language: English

A workplace comedy set in the world of the monsters from Big Mouth.

Episode Guide

Best Human Resources Episodes

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March 18, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E1 Birth
March 18, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E9 It's Almost Over
March 18, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E8 The Light
March 18, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E7 International Creature Convention
March 18, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E6 The Addiction Angel
March 18, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E5 Love in the Time of Postpartum
March 18, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E4 Rutgers is for Lovers
March 18, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E3 Bad Mummies
March 18, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E2 Training Day
March 18, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E10 Shitstorm

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User Reviews

aidanratesmovies 18 March 2022

I have always loved Big Mouth, but Human Resources is truly an excellent follow-up. Despite a somewhat rough start, the show really finds it's footing by the end, and makes for quite an unexpectedly emotional ride. I cried so hard watching episodes 8 and 9, both of which were absolutely fantastic episodes. I enjoyed the callbacks to the original show as well, especially with Natalie (the trans character from season 4) who I was dying to see more of, and of course John Mulaney as Andrew. The show is also just really funny at times too, and yes crude, but that'd to be expected of course. In the end, it may not satisfy everyone, but I really enjoyed Human Resources and am looking forward to see more in the future.

cristinasimmer 19 March 2022

Damn those kids got on my damn nerves. The monsters were the best part of the original show and are the best part of this show. I don't know where they're gonna go from here but it's very entertaining on the first episode alone so I'm very hopeful of it being renewed 5 times like the original. The cast is absolutely amazing and refreshing as is the writing. Thank you Nick Kroll and Andrew Goldberg!!

wesley-j-lucas 20 March 2022

Just finished bingeing the show with my family and I'm happy to say that Human Resources lives up to the hype and expectations set in place by its direct predecessor! Shifting the focus away from the school-aged shenanigans of Big Mouth, Human Resources instead takes us behind the scenes of some new adult characters and into the daily professional and personal lives of the monsters that make their lives possible. If you're up to date on Big Mouth, you'll quickly recognize some of this series'returning and regular characters, like Maury, Connie, Mona, Gavin, Tyler, and yes, Rick (the hormone monsters), Walter, Sonya, and Rochelle the love bugs, the Shame Wizard, Depression Kitty, and Tito the anxiety mosquito...and you'll be just as pleased to meet some of the new creatures like Emmy the love bug, Petra the ambition gremlin, Dante the addiction angel (flipping a common phrase on its head to humorous effect and voiced by the always-up-for-something-fun, Hugh Jackman), and Pete the logic rock, among many others including 2 new shame wizards voiced by the formidable academy award winners, Dame Helen Mirren and Lupita Nyongo. We are introduced to all of their quirks and responsibilities over the course of the freshman 10 episode season, with each episode following the familiar format of Big Mouth and showcasing the new roles, problems, and solutions that adult humans (as well as those of a few familiar returning teens) face with the aid of their individual teams of helpers.

Right away, we are faced with a crash and burn and a lingering mystery that isn't resolved until the back half of the season is coming into full view. It also sets the stage for some truly heartwarming and emotionally devastating, but satisfying, payoffs towards the end of the season and beyond. Episode 9 in particular, which follows the relationship between Walter and his elderly Lebanese client and the impact of her advanced age and deteriorating condition (as well as the effects of Alzheimer's on the afflicted and their family), was particularly poignant, smart, and incredibly moving. The show uses music to great effect for both serious and comedic moments and the song choice at the end of the aforementioned episode 9 is a perfect example. Human Resources really shines with the use of its celebrity cast, giving them lines you'd never hear them say in a live action film, and I have to imagine that *many* actors would jump at the chance to record such sex-positive and absolutely hilarious lines, especially the women who would likely never get a chance to be so filthy were this not an animated show. As always, the performances are brilliant and it's easy to forget that you're listening to certain actors because they become so engrossed in the characters that they're portraying.

At its conclusion, Human Resources has set the stage not just for more intriguing and heartfelt stories to come during its sophomore outing but for the next season of Big Mouth, as well. It will be very interesting to see how Kroll and Goldberg manage to weave together consistent and wide-ranging character arcs between 2 different shows within a constant universe but given that they've already done so with this season, and the fact that they've knocked each and every season of Big Mouth out of the park thus far, it would be foolish to bet against them doing so. These shows have a writing team that clearly has its finger on the pulse of what is funny, what needs to be said, and what can be left unsaid.

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toofancorp 21 March 2022

I never watched Big Mouth so I have nothing to compare this to, but this is a funny and actually somewhat deep show on some levels. If you are a person who doesn't like crude humor (Very sexual in nature) this is NOT for you, and you shouldn't watch it and whine about it. STAY AWAY, you have been warned. I had fun with it.

bsant54 22 March 2022

Once I figured it all out, the show is a laugh a minute.

It's hilarious and irreverent.

Basically, take all the human emotions that there are, make them individual characters along with similar work mates and have them advise humans.

What could possibly go wrong?

I hate to admit it but my faves are the sex bugs or whatever they are, the logic guy and the love bugs. Honorable mention to the Corp. Owl.

The show is too funny. Moves quick and steals your attention away.

Before you know it, along comes another fun episode.

Great escapist humor.

kylemoras 19 March 2022

The jokes made me think the Manatees from family guy had a ton of alcohol dumped into their tank.

It's foul mouthed toilet humor. Some teens might enjoy it. The kind of people that get excited the more F-bombs are dropped. More in the Fred Durst way, and not the Al Pacino Scarface way. Honestly haven't heard this much cursing since George Carlin, but he was a very funny man.

Furries, and bronies may also enjoy the high amount of sexual content of poorly drawn animals/monsters.

stephiedee-87652 18 March 2022

If you're fan of Big Mouth you should enjoy this spin off. The crudeness shouldn't be a surprise, in fact, it should be expected! Don't watch if you can't handle this type of humor!

jsiskrn 23 March 2022

This program is low IQ garbage. It's nonstop vulgarity & deviancy without any appreciable story line. If you're looking for something to put you in a completely brain dead state, this is the show for you.

robinhio84_ 18 March 2022

Sorry, but I can't. LOL Here's why: in the first two minutes already five male endowments graced the screen, as a nose, vase and mister dickpinwheel that has a few worked in his body It's typical American humor, but then rude. Expect a lot of F bombs and.the cast of Monster INC reworked in a style like the Simpsons meets Family guy.

I'll be honest: this probably is all some guys and girls need, but for me it is all a bit crude and senseless.

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