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Comedians. Travelers. Twins. Burrito Lovers. Meet the Sklar Brothers!
Denver is comedy heaven...maybe because weed is legal?
A harrowing elevator ride up the famed Gateway Arch.

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  • Sklars and Stripes - Trailer
  • Comedians. Travelers. Twins. Burrito Lovers. Meet the Sklar Brothers!
  • Sklars and Stripes - Denver
  • Denver is comedy heaven...maybe because weed is legal?
  • Sklars and Stripes - St. Louis
  • A harrowing elevator ride up the famed Gateway Arch.

Publisher's Summary

Experience a new kind of comedic audio documentary from The Sklar Brothers in this Audible original.
Randy and Jason Sklar have a knack for exploring what makes America’s cities unique and wonderful, whether it’s finding out who in San Diego serves the best burritos, why basketball is so popular among those in Bloomington, or why the people of Portland can't let go of their old airport carpeting.
2017 was a year in which everyone retreated to their bubbles – liberal, conservative, and cotton-candy scented. Everyone except Jason and Randy Sklar. They didn’t have a choice; if you’re a comedian, you get a tour date and you go to work. They traveled to red states and blue states, red cities in blue states, and blue cities in red states. What emerged throughout their travels was a real sense of what everyone was going through in a historically insane and twistedly-hilarious year. And Audible recorded their experiences, insights, and off-the-cuff jokes along the way.
On the road, Randy and Jason searched for topics specific to each community they visited – then challenged themselves to see whether they could perform jokes about those topics that locals would find funny. Along with producer and fellow traveler Scott Rogowsky (HQ Trivia), they dug into the American psyche and explored its dark and quirky crevices both on stage and off. Follow their shenanigans in this docu-comedy which visits 10 different cities, each a new chapter and a new adventure. With an arsenal of jokes and a curious mind, the Sklars attempt to answer one burning question: as a nation, can Americans still laugh at themselves?
Plus, as a special bonus in Chapter 12, all listeners receive a full album of the Sklars' stand-up from the tour: The Tour Tapes.
This is not an audiobook. This is not your grandma’s travel program. This is Sklars and Stripes.
San Diego
Kansas City
San Francisco
St. Louis

The Sklar Brothers hosted the critically acclaimed cult hit Cheap Seats on ESPN Classic for 77 episodes, they have been guests on Comedy Central's @midnight,, HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm and Entourage, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Comedy Bang Bang, Maron and Better Call Saul. They have released four critically acclaimed comedy albums, have had two Comedy Central Half Hour Presents specials, and currently have a one hour stand up special on Netflix, What Are We Talking About. Randy and Jason also host two hit podcasts, Dumb People Town and View From The Cheap Seats.
©2018 Audible Originals, LLC (P)2018 Audible Originals, LLC
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Tour the country with the Sklar Brothers

Check out a video preview of the new Audible original docu-comedy starring Jason Sklar, Randy Sklar and Scott Rogowsky: Sklars and Stripes.

Customer Reviews

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5 out of 5 stars
By birdie2864 on 04-06-18

An awesome experience that sneaks up on you.

What made the experience of listening to Sklars and Stripes the most enjoyable?

I started listening to this on a recommendation from a friend and thought it would be good for a few laughs, but it turned into so much more. Traveling along with the Sklars to the little-known local spots in each city was fascinating and eye-opening. Made me want to pack my bags and road trip.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Sklars and Stripes?

The St. Louis episode because it reminded me of going back home, sleeping in my childhood bedroom, visiting my old high school, seeing how home has changed but also stayed the same. Such a universal feeling.

Have you listened to any of The Sklar Brothers’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I've heard of them and seen them in various places here and there, but this was my first experience really listening - loved it!

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

You've never seen America quite like this.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Marc A. on 04-06-18

Hope we get a season 2!

Would you consider the audio edition of Sklars and Stripes to be better than the print version?

There isn't a print version but it doesn't need it! The sklars dynamic is something to be experienced! Their banter-y nature and constantly building on what one brother said at an astounding pace is some of the reason I find them to be such amazing and dynamic performers unlike anything else in the comedy field.

What other book might you compare Sklars and Stripes to and why?

Why compare? Just love it all!

What about The Sklar Brothers’s performance did you like?

I think their dynamic and their earnest desire to learn more about each community they visit really shines through in this documentary. It takes a great amount of love and respect to get people to laugh with you at the local fixtures.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The moment that sticks out to me is when they went to Houston shortly after the devastation of Hurricane Harvey and also the World Series win for the Houston Astros and being genuinely curious about the recovery, visiting places that were hit hard, and able to craft very loving and uplifting jokes for the crowd to escape with. It was a very nice episode.

Any additional comments?


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