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Neely stated that a major inspiration behind the premise of the series derives from his lack of college experiences and his Arkansan upbringing.
Episodes are written among a writing staff of six to eight people; for voice-over work, the crew works on two or three hours of dialogue for a certain character, followed by storyboard meetings, dailies, and rough cuts, with Neely directing other actors who come in after him.
When asked about the slideshow presentation of his animated shorts in an interview with The College Hill Independent, Neely felt that the approach was not "an aesthetic choice, it was sort of the only thing I was able to do.
I'm not an animator." He stated that, out of "ignorance and not having a whole lot of options", he hand-drew each frame on paper and scanned them into a computer; he felt the restrictions "really paid off and I enjoyed the form. But, it never was something I felt I was needing to defend or stick to, or that it represented me artistically." Brad Neely provides the voices for Steve Smith, Frank Smith, and Mark "Baby" Cakes; Weidenfeld states that Neely does "the heavy lifting with the voices ...
Jason Zinoman of The New York Times called the series "gleefully deranged", stating the writing of the series "threatens to but never quite tips over into the overwritten cleverness of so much television comedy these days." He compared it to Superjail!
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He described the animation as looking "fairly cheap"; however, he complemented the "soft, pastel-colored style that blunts the obnoxiousness of some of the jokes without blurring out the edge", he stated, that contrasts the style of Adult Swim programs.You never know which models or bikinis you might find from one week to the next, so be sure to check back often!.action_button.action_button:active.action_button:hover.action_button:focus.action_button:hover.action_button:focus .count.action_button:hover .count.action_button:focus .count:before.action_button:hover .count:before.u-margin-left--sm.u-flex.u-flex-auto.u-flex-none.bullet. Weidenfeld stated that producing one "would be a difficult thing to write up front, but a Music Man style episode would just be incredible to do.And Brad could do it." The series has received positive critical reception; in reviewing the series premiere, Phil Dyess-Nugent of The A. Club stated that "Neely's talent is still most evident in the strange twists and turns of his imagination and odd spurts of verbal surrealism".Neely revealed that his team try to incorporate some of the "hallmark components" of his shorts (e.g.first-person narrative and flashbacks), but find their audience not "really have the patience for that sort of thing".The series was originally conceived as a web series on Adult Swim's defunct comedy website, Super Deluxe, in 2008.Neely, who had done Baby Cakes and The Professor Brothers shorts for Super Deluxe in 2006, envisioned the characters in each series to coexist in the same universe.The show kept growing, and our storytelling style and structure just needed more room.I didn't know what I was doing when I was writing in the 11-minute format; I was just cramming 22 minutes in there." According to Neely in the Huffington Post interview, at the height of production of the second season, the production crew was working on six or seven episodes simultaneously, all at various stages of completion.