Steve and Frank Smith are brothers who teach the history department in the worst university in America.




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Series cast summary:
Brad Neely ...  Baby Cakes / ... 22 episodes, 2008-2015
Greta Gerwig ...  Pony Merks 21 episodes, 2011-2015
Hulk Hogan ...  The Dean 19 episodes, 2011-2015
Jason Walden Jason Walden ...  Sammy Davis / ... 18 episodes, 2011-2013
Jeffrey Tambor ...  Professor Cakes 18 episodes, 2011-2015
Gary Anthony Williams ...  Dr. Falgot / ... 16 episodes, 2011-2015
Chelsea Peretti ...  Crystal Peppers / ... 14 episodes, 2011-2015
Brooke Hogan ...  Jetta / ... 10 episodes, 2012-2013
Ryan Flynn Ryan Flynn ...  Flip Flop / ... 10 episodes, 2013-2015
Hannibal Buress ...  Matt Attack / ... 9 episodes, 2013-2015


Steve and Frank Smith are brothers who teach the history department in the worst university in America.

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Dumbed Down Version of the Web Cartoon
5 April 2013 | by jstreetsSee all my reviews


The problem is that this show could be really good. If you were a fan of the old Professor Brothers web videos that Brad Neely put out, and then transitioned into the show, you'll notice it lacks the smartness and wit that probably got it put on television to begin with.

I was extremely excited that one of my favorite online sources of entertainment finally got lifted out of obscurity and projected to a larger audience. But all the things I liked about the web cartoons were missing from the television show.

The Professor Brothers web cartoons were smart. Funny. Especially the parts where Frank was lecturing (The story of Lot, Helen Keller) - not to mention the multi part Funeral episodes were in my opinion were not only smart but profound. Another thing I liked about the web show that I thought was refreshing is that it was a cartoon that didn't involve characters exploding, or other non possible surreal things that is so prevalent on adult swim. It was a smart cartoon, that was hilarious, and sometimes moving when it brought up certain aspects of this world we live in.

Then it went on TV, and boy was it way different. No more smartness, no more profoundness. The disappointment was great. It was just another surreal, ridiculous thing I'd seen before. The web episodes were different. They were special, they had a quality and rarity you couldn't find anywhere else online or on TV.

Basically my point is Neely totally sold out, bro.

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