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The New Rich Little

Check out this “podbomb” mini episode of “Probably Not,” the podcast Flop House guest host Alexander Smith (podbombs are kind of like the “movie minutes” of Alex’s show). A bonus for Flop House fans: Dan does a Patrick Stewart impression, despite previously having no reputation for doing Patrick Stewart impressions.

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Hiatus Week

The Flop House is off this week, mainly (solely?) because Dan was in Florida. Was he there casting the title role of Elliott’s long-awaited “Rocket Crocodile and The World of Tomorrow?” Unlikely. He was probably just sucking down rum drinks and paying bikini girls to massage his bunions. Pervazoid. We apologize for the break, but […]

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FLOP HOUSE LIVE 2: THROUGH THE PORT HOLE OF TIME

This Friday!  For those who haven’t heard already, I’ll let event producer and co-host Matt Carman explain: “We will be screening 12 Rounds, a “stupid as a bag of hammers” action movie from the director of Die Hard 2, starring John Cena a.k.a. that wrestler guy who sometimes acts but isn’t The Rock.  Fans of […]

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Flop House Podcast Crossover!

We’ll be back with a new episode this weekend, but in the meantime, why not sate your thirst for all things Flop by listening to our guest spot on friend-of-the-show Andy Rocco‘s podcast, Here to Help (along with very funny stand-up/improvisor/actor Sean Conroy)? Why not indeed? Stick it in your ear-holes!

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Live Appearances Alert!

First off, if you’re visiting to see if we’ve posted a new episode: the next show won’t be up until December 21, due to holiday whiz-bangs and flungers, cabdabblers, and smendlers, and such.  Our apologies.But the great news is you can see us BEFORE then, if you come to the UCBEast in NYC on December […]

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Delayed Gratification

We have a new episode in the can, but it won’t be posted until late Sunday at the earliest, or possibly midday Monday.  Our apologies.  Dan is busy attending his second wedding in as many weeks, so — as is usually the case — you can blame your disappointment on love.

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