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It's Familiar... We've seen books, films, radio shows, even other TV shows adapted into new TV show - I think this was a first for me where a podcast was adapted to a show. Up front - lets me be honest, I am probably the target audience for this show. I'm a goofy, nerdy, white dude who grew up watching Ducktales. The McElroys one-up each other again and again, with ridiculous, obscure and at times profane humor (they did a cuss). A single season of this show isn't enough, taking their brand of bad advice, which should never be followed, and taking us through vignettes around Huntington, MBMBAM was just a good time waiting to happen. Buy it, watch it, get your friends to do the same #MBMBAMseason2.
The Mcelroy brothers are not experts, but they've brought immense joy into my life. Their flagship podcasts (MBMBaM & TAZ) helped me through my first few semesters of college, and have helped me to produce dopamine where there was once barren sand. I've adopted so many mannerisms into my vernacular from these good good boys and I patiently await whatever new podcasts they plan to put out in the near future. I believe the Mcelroys are for all ages, and have the genuine talent to be funny without being offensive. Perhaps some of their goofs are a little more niche then newcomers might like; but once you sink in it truly is hard to climb out, especially since their personalities translate so well from an audio medium to the camera.
Hilarious and utterly charming, big-hearted comedy from the McElroy brothers. Best known for their many podcasts, this show has the three brothers seeking answers to viewers' questions in their home town of Huntington, West Virginia. Really, it's an excuse for three absolutely hilarious guys to goof off with each other. What really takes it to the next level, though, is the game participation of the residents of Huntington, including the mayor, the chief of police, some local high school students, and the boys' own Radio DJ dad, all of whom show up and play along with some delightfully demented bits like a parade celebrating Tarantulas and a new secret society founded in a roller rink. I've watched this series through from front to back at least a dozen times and it still makes me laugh out loud.
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