“Drive-By” from Thugs, The Musical

“Drive-By” from Thugs, The Musical was written & voiced by comedian and Last Week Tonight writer Kevin Avery, and animated by award-winning filmmaker Greg Bro. “Drive-By” is a musical comedy about four wanna-be gangstas who are not so good at the “gangsta” part. Please watch and share! Visit the official Thugs, the Musical site! Get the Thugs, the Musical Album + Film + Kevin’s Stand Up Album on Bandcamp Get Thugs, the... Read More

Stuper Powers 16: The O-Men

In this episode of Stuper Powers, we learn that The Odysseus Marigold School for Gifted Youth is a place for more than pencils, books, and teacher’s dirty looks. Watch more Stuper Powers here! To stay connected to the latest content from TheBroShow.com, follow us on Twitter or Facebook or You Tube. To contact me, click here.  Read More

Stuper Powers 15: Higher Learning

It’s the first day of school at the Odysseus Marigold School for Gifted Youth and the Chipmunk King has enrolled his son, Chipmunk Prince (just Prince, for short). Needless to say, Prince is not happy about it. Watch more Stuper Powers here! To stay connected to the latest content from TheBroShow.com, follow us on Twitter or Facebook or You Tube. To contact me, click here.  Read More

NEW Stuper Powers Page

Check out the new and AWESOME section for Stuper Powers. All episodes, old and new, will live here, so bookmark this shiz and be privy to a wonderful world of chipmunks, cops, balls, and seagulls. And, if you love karma and pudding, please pass this page along. I need all the support I can get. Cheers!  Read More

Stuper Powers 10: The Catman

In this week’s episode of Stuper Powers, The Catman is hunting for the mastermind behind The City’s latest crime spree. Will he snare his prey? Watch now to find out. Read More  Read More

Stuper Powers 07: Rise Of The Chipmunk King

In this week’s episode of Stuper Powers, a boy must face a bully and conquer all his fears, no matter what the cost. This short was the winner of the “Best Animated Comedy Short” at the 2012 L.A. Comedy Shorts Film Festival. Read More  Read More