Are you afraid of Kung Fu Mom? Why the hell not? She'll totally kick your ass, and might even tear off your nipples and throw them in the river just because she damn feels like it.

The first episode of the Jimmy Fallon-produced "Sugarboy," which features a kid hopped up on sweets telling breakneck stories from his own imagination, tells the lore of Kung Fu Mom. The '70s were a gritty time for New York City, but with Kung Fu Mom roaming the street, citizens were kept in check.

We're happy to see Ilana Glazer (of the Amy Poehler-approved "Broad City") in the starring role, and are looking forward to more of Sugarboy's breathless stories. If the exploitation feel of the video feels like it would fit in on Fallon's NBC show, you're right -- the web series, distributed through Lorne Michaels' Above Average network, is the brainchild of "Late Night" writer/director Dan Opsal.

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