Video: The Boys Season 4 is a Bloody, MAGA-Bashing Masterpiece You Can’t Miss

Jun 14, 2024

If you haven’t been living under a rock, you know that *The Boys* Season 4 just dropped its first three episodes on Amazon Prime. And let me tell you, it’s a bloody, gory, and bonkers ride that you do not want to miss. So grab your popcorn, maybe a barf bag, and let’s dive into why this season is the most graphic, irreverent, and politically charged yet.

The Boys Are Back in Town – SZN Four is GORY AF

First, let’s get this straight: *The Boys* is not your grandma’s superhero show. This is no Marvel Cinematic Universe with its squeaky-clean heroes and PG-13 action. No, sir. This is a full-throttle, no-holds-barred, R-rated satire that takes a sledgehammer to the face of modern politics and culture. And Season 4? It’s like they took that sledgehammer, dipped it in acid, and then set it on fire.

MAGA vs. Democracy: The Ultimate Showdown

This season, the showrunners have turned up the political satire to 11. Homelander, our favorite psychopathic supe, is now a full-blown Trumpian figure, complete with his own “Save America” posters and a fanbase that’s as rabid as it is delusional. He’s set his sights on taking over the government, and he’s not playing nice. Think of it as a dystopian nightmare where the lines between reality and fiction are so blurred that you might question your sanity.

Victoria Neuman, the head-popping supe running for VP, is closer than ever to the Oval Office, and she’s got Homelander’s muscly thumb pressing down on her. The Boys, led by the ever-grumpy Butcher, are trying to stop this unholy alliance before it plunges the world into chaos. And let me tell you, the stakes have never been higher. It’s like watching a political thriller on steroids, with a side of exploding heads and disembowelments.

Plot Lines Without Spoilers (Because I’m Not a Dick)

Alright, I promised no spoilers, so here are some tasty tidbits to whet your appetite:

– Butcher’s Dilemma: Our man Butcher is dealing with some serious shit. He’s got a terminal condition thanks to his overuse of Temp V, and he’s on a mission to save Ryan from Homelander’s clutches. But can he keep his team together long enough to make a difference?

– Hughie’s Family Drama: Hughie has problems, including a power struggle with his mom and a stroke-stricken dad. It’s a mess, but it’s the kind of mess that makes for great TV.

– New Supes on the Block: Say hello to Sister Sage and Firecracker. Sage is a tactical genius who might be the most intelligent person alive, while Firecracker is a gun-toting, alt-right media personality who makes Marjorie Taylor Greene look like a Girl Scout.

Why You Should Be Watching

If you’re not watching *The Boys*, what the hell are you doing with your life? This show is a masterclass in dark humor, political satire, and over-the-top violence. It’s like *South Park* meets *Game of Thrones but with superheroes. And with Season 5 confirmed to be the final season, there’s no better time to jump on the bandwagon. Eric Kripke, the mad genius behind the show, has promised a “gory, epic, moist climax” to this wild ride, and I, for one, can’t wait to see how it all ends.

So, do yourself a favor: log into Amazon Prime, hit play on *The Boys* Season 4, and prepare to have your mind blown. Maybe don’t watch it with your kids around. Or your parents. Or anyone with a weak stomach.




Dean Blundell

Dean Blundell is a Canadian radio personality. Best known as a longtime morning host on CFNY-FM (The Edge) in Toronto, Ontario. In 2015 he was named the new morning host on sports radio station CJCL (Sportsnet 590 The Fan). Dean started his career in radio in 2001 and for nearly 20 years been entertaining the radio audience. Dean’s newest venture is the launch of his site and podcast which is gaining tremendous momentum across North America.

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