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Cast

Series cast summary:
Ian Hecox ...  Himself / ... 342 episodes, 2005-2018
Anthony Padilla ...  Himself / ... 318 episodes, 2005-2017
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Two hilarious guys put on different sketch comedy performances for the masses to enjoy.

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Comedy | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

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TV-14 | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 November 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Sacramento, California, USA

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Smosh Productions See more »
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Trivia

Anthony claims he suffers from panic attacks. He said they were passed down from his mother. See more »

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Each episode starts with "Smosh" Being spray painted on a piece of Cardboard, at the same time you can hear someone saying, or singing something stupid, followed by Ian yelling "Shut Up!" See more »

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Referenced in Super Smosh (2015) See more »

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Funny At Times...Painful At Others
7 January 2016 | by framptonhollisSee all my reviews

The channel "Smosh" has been popular on YouTube for quite some time, and it has kept its popularity on YouTube for quite some time. With so many subscribers, there's obviously many people that love this channel, and obviously many people who hate it, but I fall somewhere in between, leaning more towards the side that loves it.

"Smosh" delivers a really wacky, surreal, and dark style of comedy, which sometimes is really hilarious and clever, but, at others, is just obnoxious. A lot of it is just people shouting for no apparent reason, and there's tons of pretty lame and stupid jokes. Sometimes it's just randomness being random for the sake of randomness, or references for the sake of being references so maybe the title can attract a lot of people who say "Hey, I've heard of this!" However, "Smosh" also provides a lot of pretty funny jokes here and there, including some self deprecation, witty satire, surprisingly dark humor (for such a large fanbase that it), and really bizarre and surreal comedic elements.

The production quality is also really good. The first "Smosh" videos didn't really have production quality, it was just two guys doing some wacky and funny stuff in front of a video camera, but, no that it has become so big in the YouTube community, the production that goes into their videos has gone way up. You could look at this both positively and negatively. On one side, the video's are much more well made, but, on the other side, it starts to miss some of its more homemade-ness, and begins to feel more like some kind of corporate product rather than something made for fun.

Overall, "Smosh" has its positive elements and negative elements, forcing some people to hate it and others to love it. I'd probably recommend you check out some of their videos if you haven't already. If you love them, I'll understand, and, if you hate them, I'll understand.


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