Shorties Watching Shorties

Shorties Watchin' Shorties
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Genre Comedy
Format Animated series
Stand-up comedy
Flash animation
Created by Jim Serpico
Eric Brown
Tom Sellitti
Starring Nick DiPaolo
Patrice O'Neal
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 13
Production
Running time 22 minutes
Production companies World Famous Pictures
Augenblick Studios
Broadcast
Original channel Comedy Central
Original run 04/28/04 – 12/16/04

Shorties Watchin' Shorties was a television show broadcast on Comedy Central that is now on DVD. The show is made up of various short animated clips with audio from comedians' stand up routines. It also features two "shorties," a pair of babies voiced by Nick DiPaolo and Patrice O'Neal who watch and comment upon the routines on TV. For many of the episodes, the babies only stayed in the house, but in later episodes, they were shown walking around the city.

The show featured comedians such as Dane Cook, Bill Burr, Brian Regan, Brian Posehn, Chris Hardwick, Mitch Hedberg, Mike Birbiglia, Jim Gaffigan and Lewis Black.[1]

The animation was scripted and produced at World Famous Pictures and Augenblick Studios. The show was not renewed but full episodes are available on DVD. Clips from the show are posted on the Comedy Central website as well as on Hulu and Netflix. 14 episodes were produced and 13 aired.

References

External links

  • on the Comedy Central official website
  • Internet Movie Database
  • TV.com


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