"It’s short, it’s ridiculous, and it couldn’t really exist on any other network," says Garrett Martin. "Despite those surface similarities, it offers something that Adult Swim has openly struggled with for its entire history: it’s made by women. Created by Sandy Honig, Mitra Jouhari and Alyssa Stonoha, who have performed live under the same name for years, Three Busy Debras is as surreal as you’d expect from an Adult Swim show. Its 12-minute episodes are basically short films that weave together two or three different comedy sketches built on a similar theme, with scenarios that are based in something resembling reality but always spiral out into absurdity. It’s the kind of show where a pool boy vacantly tends to a driveway with a pool net, where the neighborhood’s mailman is an iguana, and where the police station looks like the waiting room for the kind of doctor who refuses to accept insurance." ALSO: Honig says of the Debras: "One’s a b*tch, one’s a c*nt, one’s a moron. They’re all based on our personalities, so you have to guess which one is which."
TOPICS: Three Busy Debras, Adult Swim, Alyssa Stonoha, Mitra Jouhari, Sandy Honig