It's not too late to get addicted to 'Childrens Hospital,' which officially made the leap from Web series to TV series this week on Adult Swim (Sundays, 10:30PM ET). Airing in 15-minute chunks, they're re-showing the first mini-season of five-minute episodes before premiering the new season.
I've already professed my love for the show and its insane cast here and here, but if you're still not convinced you should check it out, maybe the comic stylings of creator and star Rob Corddry and his co-stars Ken Marino and Henry Winkler will do the trick.
I hit the set (fun fact: it's actually in the creepy old hospital where 'Scrubs' used to shoot) to talk about the hysterically inappropriate show's target audience, this season's TV icon-on-TV icon action, violating dead butterflies and a few other things probably not fit for print. If it hasn't been made obvious enough, 'Childrens Hospital' is not for children.