From the first few minutes of watching the show you can imagine what will happen in the following ten episodes. Little changes in the jail from the first episode to last. The show is random and short (episodes have only 15 minutes of airtime) which can be sweet and enjoyable for most of its ADHD consumers, but can be a shortcoming for anyone looking for substance in an animation. Through gratuitous violence, psychedelic imagery, and unapologetic sexuality Superjail! attempts to draw and maintain its audience with humorous 'shock' imagery. In an attempt to stand out from Family Guy and South Park, the creators up'ed the ante by trying to shock without stop, which can be too intense for most viewers.
We can see a few parallels between Superjail! and McCarthy's Blood Meridian, a book with little character development and a detailed description of blood and gore on every other page. The Twins in Superjail! (hyper-intelligent individuals accompanied by iconic techno beats) are agents of chaos who destroy normalcy in the prison each episode to bring about as much anarchy and destruction as possible. As such they are uncannily similar to judge Holden whose mere presence appears to cause individuals to break out into violent rampages. In addition, both the judge and the Twins are capable of some form of teleportation adding to their allegorical nature.
The second season of Juperjail! will be airing on Adult Swim this April. If you are looking for a show with substance look elsewhere. However if you enjoy mindless violence and find juiced-up-and-questionably-female guards hilarious, you will not be disappointed!