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Back on Topps Season 1 "Balboner"

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So I was killing time on Stumbleupon just now before bed, and it linked me to a little web series on My Damn Channel called "Back on Topps." It stars the Sklar brothers (voice actors, hosts of Cheap Seats on ESPN Classic, etc.) as the twin heirs to the Topps Card Company. When their father dies, their uncle sells the company instead of letting them run things because they are, of course, idiots. The show deals with the brothers trying to get control of the company back while wacky hijinks and sports references ensue. Midway through the first season, there is an episode centered around getting Steve Balboni to sign off on endorsing an exercise machine--the Balboner--that gives you obscenely giant forearms like ol' Bye Bye. The brothers call in Steve's little brother Sal, played by Ed Helms from The Office, to pitch him the idea. If you don't want to watch it by now, there's no hope for you. Follow the link and laugh.

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