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Awkward Family Photos

Here’s the Debut of “Awkward Family Photos,” The Show

And the Nerdist Channel’s brand-new video version of Awkward Family Photos is off and running with this debut episode, which is the Family Portrait episode. If you’ve ever seen the Awkward Family Photos website, you know what kind of unintentional comedy that means.

Hey, while you’re here, don’t miss this morning’s post of five extreme Awkward Family Photos you’ve never seen and never will, amazingly illustrated by Jenny Fine (of the upcoming show NerdTerns on the Nerdist Channel). See the post by clicking here,

Subscribe to the Nerdist Channel. Nothing awkward there, but you probably don’t need to take a picture of it.

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  1. Anthony says:

    “Ding-dong, Dad is Dead!”

  2. Cassandra says:

    I thought it was funny. I’ll watch it. 🙂 The set does seem a bit much, but I snickered.

  3. Mad Cow Bomber says:

    Do you guys ever get pushback from family members that are upset they were featured on the site/show?

  4. Phil says:

    Very funny !

    I’ll have nightmares about that creepy family.

  5. Mark W. Gray says:

    That set looks expensive. This whole thing seems really forced. I hate to be negative, but your other shows where funny people interact over something they’re into (The bowling show, The Indoor Kids, Just Cos…) are really fun to watch. But some of these new ones, where you’re clearly spending a lot of money on studios, sets, graphics, and crew without a charismatic person or group or IDEA at the heart, well they just don’t work. If you want to see how this concept is already being done so much better, look at NicePeter’s picture songs:

  6. Ian says:

    Also, the guy on the right looks uncomfortably like Braunger.

  7. Ian says:

    C’mon. I love your network, but you’re stretching a bit thin at this point…

    I’m sorry, please don’t obsess about this. Take it as constructive criticism…