Based on a Danish radio show, 'Terkel in Trouble' looks like it could offer plenty to those who know the episodes of 'South Park' off by heart - a great vocal cast for the English-language version and an irreverence that could even pull in those who dislike animated movies. What it doesn't have is a decent script.
Teenager Terkel (Edmondson) hangs around with more streetwise school pal Jason (Bishop) and will do anything to fit in - even going as far as to insult another classmate so much that she throws herself out a window. Not long after that disaster he starts receiving menacing text messages and wishes he could just hide under the duvet at home.
This is a five-minute cartoon that outstays its welcome by another 75 and is so devoid of good gags that it's a mystery how people of the calibre of Edmondson, Bailey and Vegas signed up for it - presumably they saw the script in English before they stepped in front of the mic.
The only shock value to be had here is how bad the whole thing is.