Samantha Highfill
September 14, 2017 AT 12:00 PM EDT

What happens when someone is accused of a crime they swear they didn’t commit? It’s up to someone with a good heart — and preferably a video camera — to help prove their innocence. At least that’s the idea behind just about every true crime series that’s recently aired, along with American Vandal, a true crime satire from Netflix.

In the mockumentary series, a high schooler is expelled for drawing penises around town. But when one of his classmates sets out to prove his innocence, things get even more hilarious. EW has an exclusive sneak peek of the series, in which the two high schoolers realize a key argument in their case for innocence: Some of the drawings are missing a crucial piece. As the accused says, “I never forget the ball hairs.”

Watch the full clip above. American Vandal hits Netflix on September 15.

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