Agent Elvis

Agent Elvis season 1





Kennedy Unthank

TV Series Review

The first assassin wasn’t so bad, Elvis Presley thinks. Sure, he was annoying, but he’s dead now.

But the second through fourth assassins (who all attacked at the same time), well, that makes it a problem—a problem that needs to be addressed. Thankfully, Elvis managed to survive that ambush thanks to the help of a mysterious woman, CeCe Ryder, who then explains why these assassins are suddenly showing up: Elvis is on a kill list.

Well, Elvis eventually figures out who’s behind that kill list—the infamous Charles Manson. It doesn’t take long for Elvis and CeCe, along with Elvis’ gang consisting of friend Bobby Ray and Elvis’ pet monkey, Scatter, to put Manson’s cult following down.

But now, with the approval of CeCe’s mysterious employer, the door’s been opened to a whole world of dangerous missions upon which Elvis is going to be sent. From now on, the King’s world is going to be all shook up.

Return to Sender

“You know, here’s an idea,” Bobby Ray says six minutes into the first episode of Agent Elvis. “Maybe try not being disgusting all the time,” before ending the sentence by referencing something too inappropriate for me to write here.

In that instance, Bobby Ray was talking to Scatter. But he may as well have been talking to Agent Elvis.

The show, co-created by Priscilla Presley, is animated in the form of a comic book and is inspired by Elvis’ meeting with Richard Nixon, where Nixon gave Elvis a badge from the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs (a predecessor to the DEA). In the show, Elvis has grown tired of seeing the country “torn apart by all the chaos, the dirtbag hippies, the drugs, the crime.” He’s decided to take it upon himself to fight back.

That fight includes lots of animated blood being shed as people are cut in half, exploded, stabbed and more. It also contains rampant sexual references that make up the majority of the show’s jokes—from bestiality (as women have sex with Scatter) to fully animated naked hippies. And yes, there’s also hardcore drug use onscreen as well as a non-stop stream of swears.

So don’t strap on your blue suede shoes for this one, because you might just feel like a fool for rushing in.

Episode Reviews

Mar. 17, 2023 – S1, Ep1: “Full Tilt”

After surviving a couple assassination attempts, Elvis seeks to find out who put him on a “kill list.”

Scatter has sex with a “coked-up hooker,” and while we don’t see anything, we see the car moving back and forth. (It’s implied he’s done it earlier, too.) Bobby Ray is found in his underwear, and he references how his kidnappers had continuous sex with him. The kidnappers are led by Charles Manson, who tells Elvis that they all have constant sex with each other. When his partner is killed, Charles laments that Elvis killed his “sister/daughter-wife.”

When Charles is injured, a woman grabs his genitals through his pants, asking him if anything is broken. CeCe talks about the size of a man’s genitals. Two people are seen kissing. Bobby Ray argues with Scatter, complaining about how Scatter clogged the hot tub with his semen. Scatter grabs for his genitals in his diaper. Scatter tracks a woman by her “lady parts scents.” Bobby Ray makes reference to women who become aroused by Elvis. Women are seen in short dresses that expose cleavage. CeCe wears a skin-tight costume.

Someone is stabbed through his chest, and another person has her hand sliced off. We also see someone stabbed in the eye. Another attacker has his head popped open, while another is decapitated. Someone is blown up with a grenade, and a man is trampled by horses, leaving his eye hanging loosely out of its socket. People are shot, and blood flies everywhere. Blood is scrawled on a man’s chest in the shape of a peace sign. Assassins attempt to kill Elvis, and he fights them off. A man’s ear is bitten off, and his wrist has a chunk bitten off, too.

We see a man preparing hardcore drugs. Charles Manson tells Elvis that he’ll force-feed him LSD. Scatter stuffs bricks of cocaine in a bag. Scatter shares a marijuana joint with CeCe. Men smoke and drink alcohol.

We hear more than 20 uses of the f-word and 15 uses of the s-word. There’s over a dozen uses of “h—,” and we hear many instances of “a–,” “d–n” and “d-ck.” God’s name is used in vain 11 times, and three instances are in the form of “g-dd–n.” Jesus’ name is abused twice. Someone is called a “scumbag.”

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Kennedy Unthank

Kennedy Unthank studied journalism at the University of Missouri. He knew he wanted to write for a living when he won a contest for “best fantasy story” while in the 4th grade. What he didn’t know at the time, however, was that he was the only person to submit a story. Regardless, the seed was planted. Kennedy collects and plays board games in his free time, and he loves to talk about biblical apologetics. He doesn’t think the ending of Lost was “that bad.”

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