Where exactly in this trailer did you give up on humanity? Was it when a drug-addled puppet charged at Melissa McCarthey's crotch? Or was it 47 seconds in, when puppet prostitutes made the "mistake Melissa McCarthey for a man" joke which had already been made 20 f**king seconds earlier? Or did you make it all the way to the end, when two puppets have sex and the dude puppet jizzes all over the walls, and then to close out the trailer with a bang, jizzes all over the walls again?
Those are the moments in the movie that are so good that they had to be used to advertise the thing, so I imagine that the rest is nothing but a studio executive moistly farting into your popcorn. Somehow the trailer seems to be a step back from even Greg The Bunny, the similar Fox sitcom from the early 2000s that tried its hardest to give us some reason to care about the puppets, but still didn't work because even at the best of times this a concept with a shelf life of about three minutes. Once you get past the initial "That cloth thing talks like Scarface!", it becomes immediately apparent that there is no second joke.
And yet we're supposed to keep laughing at that same punchline over, and over, and over. Only this time, we'll apparently get some additional bits with characters calling Melissa McCarthy ugly.