Myq Kaplan and Micah Sherman have a pair of music videos you should probably watch

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If our review of Myq Kaplan and Micah Sherman’s new musical comedy album Please Be Seated didn’t convince you to lay your money down, perhaps a pair of super videos will. In the first, the mighty duo drop a ditty called “Bop 25,” their attempt at radio-friendly material. But if you listen reeeeeeaaaaal carefully, you just might pick up on the song’s underlying message. Also, there’s some badass dance moves!

The second video — hooray for animation! — finds Myq and Micah presenting to us the “Comedians National Anthem,” a brilliant mashup of seemingly every stand-up cliche and our country’s official song of pride– which, if you think about it, is a cliche (meaningless but with a sheen of earnestness) in and of itself. Think about it, man.

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