Two TV-addicted babies talk about current events and life in general, as well as watch animated standup comedy shorts on TV
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Cast

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 Baby Nick (9 episodes, 2004)
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 Baby Patrice (9 episodes, 2004)
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Two TV-addicted babies talk about current events and life in general, as well as watch animated standup comedy shorts on TV

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Comedy | Animation

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Trivia

In the animation for Elon Gold's "Theo Awards" the show's producers appear as animated characters seen partaking in various narcotic substances. See more »

Goofs

In Janeane Garofalo's bit about her personal hell, the secretary's outfit changes from blue to black. See more »

Quotes

Baby Nick: Hey, what's a vagina?
Baby Patrice: You don't know what a vagina is?
Baby Nick: Of course I do! I was just testin' you!
Baby Patrice: Man, I've got a great vagina!
Baby Nick: Are you kiddin'? My vagina's bigger than yours!
Baby Patrice: Yeah right, man.
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Referenced in Rescue Me: Gay (2004) See more »

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Pathetic garbage.
4 June 2004 | by (New York, NY) – See all my reviews

With the IMDb limitation of one thousand words it's hard to canonically list all the ways this show is a decent into contempt for the viewer and cynicism about what could possibly pass for "broadcast quality," but I'll try.

The "hosts," Nick DiPaulo and Patrice O'Neal were always at best third-rate talents even when their biggest challenge was to put together a 5-minute stand-up chunk. Stretch them to 30 minutes and you realize that they are the two guys who work in your office mailroom who think they're funny, the ones who you try to avoid at lunch hour.

Comedy Central adds the cynical part. Obviously the rational goes like this: "Look, we have a library of standup footage that we burned out in the early nineties, lets animate it and give the series a 'street-wise' and 'dope' name so it attracts the younger kids who weren't around when we were replaying Janeane Garofalo's 'Cake' bit every two hours for six months."

But I do have pity on the animator - he's a decent Flash guy, just not a funny person. So he could only find two angles: Either literally illustrate the stand-up routines and hope that's funny, or find a way to bring in poop or genitalia, which I'm sure the Comedy Central Employee Manual says is always funny.

Schindler's List was funnier than this show. Take it off the air now.


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