Cracked is a unique blend of a police and medical drama inspired by the real-life experiences of police officers and mental-health professionals. The hour-long series is a bold depiction of the psychological side of policing and the emotional impact on front-line workers. It's a fascinating yet affectionate exploration of all dimensions of human behavior.
The series reflects the reality that an overwhelming percentage of police calls involve people with mental illnesses or psychiatric disorders - people who cross all ages, incomes and ethnicities. The Psych Crimes Unit struggles to achieve balance between protecting the public from harm and protecting the dignity of all citizens ¬often at the expense of their own mental health.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Cracked - Daniel O'Brien (comedian) - Netflix
Daniel O'Brien (born January 6, 1986), also known as “DOB”, is an American humorist, author, writer, comedian and songwriter; formerly for Cracked.com.
Cracked - Other work - Netflix
O'Brien continues to work on other projects. In 2012, he revealed an upcoming book entitled How To Fight Presidents, which was purchased by Crown Publishing Group (Random House). This followed such articles as “The 5 Most Badass presidents of All-Time” and “How to Fight Andrew Jackson: The Deadliest President Ever” The book was published March 18, 2014, full title How to Fight presidents: Defending Yourself Against the Badasses Who Ran This Country and was illustrated by Winston Rowntree. The book, in addition to analyzing the strengths and weaknesses of every dead president through Reagan, includes a brief summary of their life and term as president and goes into some detail, much of it speculative, concerning the genitals of said presidents. O'Brien uses a conversational tone and breaks the fourth wall repeatedly by referencing himself directly and by praising himself and the book in the third person. He was also a writer and editor on Cracked's The New York Times bestselling book You Might Be a Zombie and Other Bad News. He was also featured on an episodes of the History Channel's Your Bleeped Up Brain.
Cracked - References - Netflix