Dead Frogs

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This week we discuss one of our favorite shows, Trailer Park Boys, and we were lucky enough to interview Bernard Robichaud aka Cyrus! He is a great actor and a very nice guy. Be sure to follow his work!
This week, we had a topic in mind, but we decided just to have a random conversation. We talk life, go in depth about our feelings on Louis C.K., spend way too much time talking about pornography, and random other stuff as well. It was nice to
This week we talk about the history of alternative comedy with comedian Beth Lapides. Her UnCabaret was instrumental in the LA Alternative Comedy movement of the nineties, and it's still going strong today! This year, the UnCabaret celebrates i
You know what? We're tired of all this traditionally funny stuff. It's time to go a little high brow and listen to the jazz of comedy. Comedy for intellectuals like us. And you know that we are intellectuals because we tell you we are intellect
We left off our Drawn Together analysis on a cliffhanger, which is fortunate for you, because Drawn Together is awesome. However, it's unfortunate for our titling conventions, as we have part 2, part 2... It kind of makes sense. Just listen to
This episode is very exciting! We have seasoned stand-up comedian Michael Paul on to discuss working the crowd. We were so lucky to pick his brain for an hour and a half. Anyone with interest in the world of comedy should definitely give this e
In this episode, we start looking at cartoons that are tailored to adults. One of the most important adult cartoons in our formative comedic years was Drawn Together, which was a parody of a Real World style reality show. Rather than bringing r
We are joined by our childhood friend, Dustin, to discuss the Seinfeld TV series. Dustin has never been a Seinfeld fan. Danny Boy loves Seinfeld, Jeff is neutral, and Dustin has never liked Seinfeld. Have any of our opinions changed after deepe
Do you enjoy watching prank videos? Do you have a soul? We explore the morality of pranks and whether or not prank videos should actually be considered comedy. If you enjoy pranks or if pranks make you cringe, this episode is definitely for you
In this epsiode, we talk about absurd comedy with the most absurd guys we know! Bradley D. Tony B., and Jeremy from the ABCD-Bagz! This episode exemplifies our main goal: Serious analysis mixed with insane comedy. We definitely go off the rails
Our British friend and fellow podcaster Steve Calis joins us to discuss modern and classic British comedy! This episode was very fun and informative.   Be sure to check out The Steve Calis Show podcast here:
On this episode, we have guests Flan and Rich from The White Pants Society in to talk about our favorite black comedians. We also discuss what it takes for black comedians to break through and gain popularity with mainstream audiences.  Definit
This week we have the most specific title. We focus on two lesser known kids parody shows from the early 2000s: TV Funhouse and Wonder Showzen. We also talk about Roseanne for a bit, and then we analyze Twitter jokes.
Danny Boy, Jephers, and special guest Mikey play the first ever (but defiintely not last) game of "Is it a hashtag?" where the contestants try to guess whether or not ridiculous hashtags actually exist. Possibly the greatest game show in the hi
We have a very special guest today. Danny Boy's brother Mikey stops by to provide his musical expertise to the show. Danny Boy, Jephers, and Mikey analyze a variety of musicians, comedians, and comedy musicians including: Jonathan Coulter, They
Sometimes we go down strange, wonderful rabbit holes. We had our biggest laugh out loud moment to date.
Are women funny? Spoiler: Yes. Yes, they are. In this episode, we talk about some of our favorite female standup comedians (comediennes?): Ali Wong Wendy Liebman Amy Schumer Kathleen Madigan Maria Bamford Sarah Silverman
We analyze the the following classics: Laurel & Hardy - Busy Bodies, The Marx Brothers - Duck Soup, The Three Stooges - Disorder in the Court, Charlie Chaplin - Modern Times, Blondie Goes to College, and Abbott and Costello - Whose on First.
We examined the following parts of Adam Sandler's career from the 90s: SNL Career They're All Gonna Laugh At You Billy Madison What the Hell Happened to Me? Happy Gilmore The Wedding Singer Was Adam Sandler funny in the 90s? Or was it ju
Dead Frogs is the podcast where we objectively analyze the subjective art of comedy (aka two unfunny guys talking about funny things until they aren't funny anymore).
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