celebrating comedy that has aged very poorly. podcast by Nadia Vazquez and Tony Ginocchio. support the show at ko-fi.com/prollyshoulda
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SUPPORT THE SHOW AT ko-fi.com/prollyshoulda Nadia unearths a John Cusack favorite from her adolescence, which Tony has never heard of and is completely baffled by. Come for the competitive skiing, stay for the claymation hamburger musical number (?).... more
SUPPORT THE SHOW AT ko-fi.com/prollyshoulda Nadia and Tony watch one of the funniest movies ever made from one of the funniest comedy teams ever, starring one of the best comedic actors of all time and featuring multiple contenders for the greatest g... more
SUPPORT THE SHOW AT ko-fi.com/prollyshoulda Tony and Nadia decide to take the podcast seriously for once and definitely don’t spend 90 minutes talking about which of their friends ended up on Wikifeet or which tags show up in the Bluey fanfics on AO3... more
I found this podcast through my favorite pod (Vicious Cycle Podcast—comedy podcast about periods) when Nadia was a guest and after listening to the Prolly Shoulda Known Better crossover when the Vicious Cycle gals broke down the women of SNL with Nadia and Tony, I was hooked. I went back and have begun listening to all the episodes of Prolly Shoulda that I’ve seen the movie Nadia & Tony discuss (some I haven’t and am actually debating watching in order to have context for these podcast episodes)... more
Such a fun podcast! I feel like I am just listening to my two hilarious BFFs talking about what they love and mostly hate about such classics as She’s the Man and Friends. Tony and Nadia provide great context of the pop culture of the time and how the movie or show was received. Their exasperation and laughter are infectious. I look forward to more episodes in 2019!
Nadia and Tony do such an excellent job not just critiquing bad comedies from recent decades but seriously engaging with it as major influences on our cultural outlook. From comedy standards like "Tootsie" to "Dane Cook" they give a critique that is both rooted in a love of comedy as well as desire to see the genre improved by learning from these comedians/movies/shows/characters that have clearly not aged well.
The concept for this podcast alone gets it 5 stars. They will be able to make a million and one of these so easily. Then they go ahead and execute it flawlessly. I love hearing these two talk and make each other laugh and I love the choices they've made so far for movies. My favorite is when they talk about common sense media at the end and when Nadia recaps what was going on when the movie came out. The real gem of this podcast is their chemistry. Nadia and Tony have such a great rapport. I cou... more
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Prolly Shoulda Known Better launched 5 years ago and published 80 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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