I think it's weird how much I love the show. I actually met Kenny on the street since he lives in my area. By met, I mean just said "hi, love your show"... I don't believe in coming off as a nut. There's not too much you can say that they haven't heard already. Anyway, I tried describing this concept in the first post but erased it after it took me so long to remember what exactly they were trying to convey.

An interview I once watched described how each of their virtues represent the dichotomy in politics; one so corrupt and sovereign over the "moral citizen", Kenny being the cheater and Spenny season by season, this ethical fortitude begins to crack. Also in the world of entertainment, they raise how interesting it is that everyone praises the bad guy and the moral standard is lost on humanity. Tons of hidden meaning behind this show...