I saw this DVD by chance and it looked so crazy that I just had to check it out. The show turned out to be better than what I expected and less sleazy, with some gratuitous topless stuff at the strip club and rampant bathroom humor throughout the series. It's primarily a superhero/spy spoof, sort of in the style of Austin Powers. Stan Lee developed the show and one of the directors is Kevin Altieri, who worked on Batman: The Animated Series, so there's automatically a certain level of quality brought to the show. The animation and designs are very well done, on par with Batman. The artists also do a great job caricaturing many different types of people. Stripperella herself comes across as a dorky likeable character and is well-acted by Pamela Anderson. The villains are over-the-top parodies of megalomaniacs you see over and over in comic books and James Bond movies. Many characters are funny, like the strip club employees, the siamese twins, and especially the spy agency scientists. The spy chief is whacked out. There is also quite a bit of subtle social satire throughout the show. I did feel that a few of the episodes try a little too hard to be funny and cheesy. But episodes like "Beauty and the Obese" and "The Bridesmaid" are pretty good. It's interesting that the visual design for the series changes about halfway through the season. Overall, I felt that Stripperella's new design (the one you see on the DVD cover) has a bit more character than the original design, although the original one is also quite cool. Like one of the other reviewers, I did notice aliasing (jagged edges) on the images and it was a bit distracting. But if you're into ridiculous offbeat cartoons, it's worth checking out!