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Blark and Son

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Blark and Son is a puppet comedy television and web series produced by Comedy Central about a father, Blark, attempting to bond with his son, simply named Son. The series, created by Ben Bayouth, began in 2018 and stars Bayouth as Blark and Christopher Mintz-Plasse as Son and Justin Roiland as Jr. Blark and Son has gained largely positive reception, especially online, where various scenes from the show have inspired memes on sites including TikTok and YouTube.


Blark and Son season one premiered on June 4th, 2018, consisting of over 15 episodes roughly 10 minutes long. Season two premiered on January 30th, 2021, consisting of a shorter eight episodes. On November 1st, 2021, the Comedy Central YouTube[1] channel streamed every episode of the series, garnering over 700,000 views in just over a year (shown below).


Blark and Son has garnered largely positive reviews online. On IMDB,[2] the series holds a 7.6/10 rating with over 270 ratings. In March 2019, Bubble Blabber[3] rated the first season an 8/10.

Online Presence / Memes

On February 22nd, 2021, the Comedy Central YouTube[4] channel uploaded a behind-the-scenes video of the filming of Blark and Son season two, giving a closer look at how the show is made, garnering over 86,000 views in a year (shown below).

In the years following its premiere, the show has become the subject of memes online. On November 26th, 2022, YouTuber Russian Blyat posted a meme using a scene from the show that garnered over 212,000 views in three months (shown below).

On December 2nd, TikToker[5] @lanelipchinsky posted a meme that garnered over a million views in a month (shown below, left). On December 5th, TikToker[6] @peydaygaming posted a meme that garnered over 700,000 views in a similar span of time (shown below, right).

@lanelipchinsky #CapCut #fyp #viral #funny #blarkandson #meme #gaming ♬ original sound – Ricky dicky doo dah grimes

@peydaygaming We all hve that one friend don’t we guys 😂 @c4a2e @lukegehri #blarkandson #memestiktok #warzonebestclips ♬ RAVE – Dxrk ダーク

Blark Flying / Levitating

On December 20th, 2022, TikToker[7] @che_guevara9 posted an edit of a scene from the series where Blark levitates, garnering over 1.2 million views in two months (shown below).

@che_guevara9 #blarkandson #meme #humor #phonk #capcut #plantilla #parati ♬ оригинальный звук – Аниме убивает

The meme inspired further edits of the flying scene, mostly on TikTok and YouTube. On December 26th, YouTuber[8] Legend of Ray uploaded a template version of the scene, garnering over 620,000 views in two months (shown below).

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External References

[1] YouTube – Comedy Central

[2] Imdb – Blark and Son

[3] Bubble Blabber – SEASON REVIEW\

[4] YouTube – bts

[5] TikTok – lanelipchinsky

[6] TikTok – peydaygaming

[7] TikTok – che_guevara9

[8] YouTube – Legend of Ray

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