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80’s Retro Boredom

I thought hack observation comics died out in the late 80's but apparently they've been reincarnated with an echo in the form of the Sklar brothers. If you like lame humor with a gimmick, a-la git'er done style catchphrases or in this case ping pong echoes; then maybe you'll enjoy the Sklars. Where they may differ from their 80's counterparts is in their tendency to sharpen their observations into ridicule rather than easy going ribbing - something of a trend among the lesser comics of today - as it gives the illusion of an edge. Their jokes dig outward for the most part but even when they occasionally make themselves the target it functions as little more than a way to show their relatability and similarity to the audience rather than end on something truly self-deprecating and funny. It's a way to position themselves as normal (just like the listener) before they launch into an observation that will twist toward mocking derision by the end. Ultimately it's just lazy, vapid humor that even when it occasionally tries to be daring does little more than uphold status quo digs against easy targets. If their standup relates in any way to sports it functions to tackle dummies.


Comedy fans rejoice.....and twins.

#BBN Comedy Team From Michigan

Hilarious Awesomeness!

What Are We Talking About?, The Sklar Brothers
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Comedy, Music
  • Released: Apr 25, 2014
  • Parental Advisory

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