Tom Papa, Michael Ian Black and Seth Herzog put weird, unusual and
over-the-top hypotheses to the test in a breezy, lighthearted and often
hilarious manner. The "mad scientists" challenge one another in each
hourlong episode with three different theories and then go about trying
to prove their validity using either in-studio or remote experiments.
Scientific professionals explain the why and the how behind some of the
surprising results, and once each host has defended his honor by
carrying out an experiment, the studio audience weighs in. Whose fact is
the most-impressive, outrageous or interesting? Does the stall closest
to the door in a public restroom really have the least amount of germs?
Does the color red actually make bulls angry? Can you stretch a swim cap
so wide that an adult can fit inside it? With questions like these,
Duck Quacks Don't Echo experiments with the fun side of science.
Runtime: 30 minutes
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Thomas Papa (born November 10, 1968) is an American stand-up comedian,
actor, writer, producer, and television/radio host. He is currently the
head writer and a regular performer on Live from Here (formerly A
Prairie Home Companion).
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Papa hosted the Sirius/XM radio show Come to Papa on channel 99, with
guests including Mel Brooks, Ray Romano, Dick Cavett, Carl Reiner and
Jerry Seinfeld. He writes and performs the monthly Come to Papa Live, a
version of a classic radio play combined with standup, music, and
sketches. Come to Papa Live is alternately hosted between The Village
Underground in New York and Largo in Los Angeles. Guests on Come to Papa
Live have included Matt Damon, Sarah Silverman, Joel Mchale, Andy
Richter, and Jim Gaffigan.
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