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April 23, 2021

Day 22 - Mark Brazil

Mark and I have zero trouble finding the words to describe the last administration, the past year under lock down, and our complete and utter distaste for how the Dems are and probably will be fucking us for the next four years with a little hope for sma...


Mark and I have zero trouble finding the words to describe the last administration, the past year under lock down, and our complete and utter distaste for how the Dems are and probably will be fucking us for the next four years with a little hope for small progressive leaps sprinkled in. We also talk that 70s show for a bit, Topher Grace, and of course stand-up comedy. With a brief appearance by the hilarious and always lovely Felicia Michaels. Enjoy!

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Mark Brazil

Comedian / Writer / Producer

Mark Brazill (born April 16, 1962) is an American stand-up comic, television creator and executive producer. He is most well known as being the co-creator of the FOX situation comedy That '70s Show which aired for eight seasons, and also co-created the series' indirect spinoff, That '80s Show which failed and was cancelled by Fox after its first season of only 13 half-hour episodes.

Brazill is from Dunkirk, New York. Brazill was a consulting producer and later a producer of NBC's 3rd Rock from the Sun. He is also one of the creators and writers of That '70s Show. He loosely based the setting of his sitcom That '70s Show on his hometown.

Early in his career, he was an uncredited writer for the video game film adaptation Double Dragon, mainly for the comedy.