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    #13 - Reacting To Our FYP’s w/ KallMeKris

    enSeptember 18, 2023

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    • Stories of unexpected survivalDespite our best efforts, accidents can occur. Protect your belongings, especially when traveling.

      No matter how careful we think we are, accidents can happen. Call Me Chris shared a story about how he dropped his laptop on the concrete floor, expecting it to be broken, but to his surprise, it was fine, albeit with some damage to the edges. Chris also mentioned his clumsiness and how he even drops his phone occasionally. He even joked about the impulse to throw things when on the edge of a boat or high place, like in the movie "Titanic." Chris also mentioned his fear of dropping things, especially in elevators or on stair stepper machines. The discussion highlights the importance of having protection for our belongings, especially when traveling, and the human tendency to be clumsy or have impulses that could lead to accidents.

    • Exploring sources of motivation and inspirationThe speaker finds motivation through Peloton workouts, writing in her journal, setting personal goals, and admiring creators online. She emphasizes the importance of taking breaks and finding ways to disconnect and recharge.

      The speaker finds motivation and inspiration through various means, including her Peloton workouts, writing in her journal, and setting personal goals. She also expresses her admiration for creators who have built large followings online and shares her experiences of living in a forested area and encountering wildlife. The speaker's conversation reveals her love for setting and pursuing personal goals, whether it be through fitness, creativity, or exploration. Additionally, she highlights the importance of taking breaks and finding ways to disconnect and recharge, whether that's through nature or other means. Overall, the conversation showcases the speaker's passion for self-improvement and her ability to find motivation and inspiration in various aspects of her life.

    • A hairstylist's unexpected journey to TikTok fameStarting late or unexpectedly on the Internet can lead to unexpected success and new passions.

      The Internet provides endless opportunities for discovery and growth, even for those who start late or unexpectedly. As shared in the conversation, a hairstylist named [Name] started using TikTok during the pandemic when her salon had to close. With no prior experience in social media content creation, she began experimenting and gained a massive following in a short amount of time. Her success led her to expand her presence to YouTube as a backup plan. What's remarkable is that she discovered her passion for creating characters, particularly her Boston mom character, which became her signature. This unexpected journey transformed her life, and she continues to create content while also doing hair for her family. The Internet's vast reach and the ability to connect people from different corners allowed [Name] to find success and express her creativity in ways she never imagined.

    • Exploring hairstyles: A personal journey of experimentation and growthHairstyles are a form of self-expression and can evoke memories and emotions. Experimenting with new looks can be therapeutic and boost confidence.

      Self-expression through hairstyles is a personal journey filled with experimentation, growth, and the occasional awkward phase. From discussing various styles, including Beyoncé-inspired looks, bangs, mullets, and even considering baldness, it's clear that people enjoy exploring their options and embracing their unique styles. Some even find solace in the memories and experiences associated with certain hairstyles. The process of trying new looks can be therapeutic and a source of pride, as seen in the speaker's past experience as a hairdresser and blonde specialist. Ultimately, the most important thing is to feel confident and comfortable in one's own skin, whether that's with a messy bun, a bold mustache, or an edgy mullet.

    • People's perceptions of online careers can change over timeCommunicate the value and purpose of online endeavors to skeptics, as people's perspectives can evolve. Stay true to passions and create content that brings joy, even if it takes time for others to fully appreciate it.

      People's perceptions and understanding of our careers and online presence can change over time. Older generations may not fully grasp the potential and purpose behind creating content on platforms like YouTube, TikTok, or Instagram. The speaker in this conversation shared their experience of facing skepticism from their family when they first started creating content online. However, once they began to see success and make a career out of it, their family's attitude shifted. It's important to remember that people's perspectives can evolve, and it's essential to communicate the value and purpose behind our online endeavors to those who may not fully understand. Additionally, the conversation touched on the evolution of social media platforms and how some, like Vine, have been replaced by newer ones, like TikTok. Overall, the conversation highlights the importance of staying true to our passions and creating content that brings us joy, even if it takes time for others to fully appreciate it.

    • Balancing Fun and Work on Social MediaSocial media can be both enjoyable and a job. To maintain mental health, set time limits, engage with audience, and take breaks.

      Social media, especially platforms like TikTok, can be both a source of fun and a job. For the speaker, who gained a large following on TikTok, it started as a way to have fun and express herself. However, as her following grew, it became more serious and the stakes were raised. She had to balance the need to engage with her audience and the importance of taking breaks to maintain her mental health. The speaker also shared her personal routine for managing her social media presence, including setting time limits and responding to comments. Ultimately, she acknowledged that social media is a part of her job and that she needs to find a balance between work and personal life.

    • TikTok's personalized content loopsAvoid getting stuck in one content genre or account loop by engaging with a diverse range of content to keep your For You page balanced and varied.

      On TikTok, users can get deeply engrossed in specific content genres, often referred to as "talks," which serve them personalized recommendations. The more users engage with the content, the more they'll see similar content. For some, this can lead to an obsession with a particular account or video, creating a week-long fascination. However, the life cycle of these trends is relatively short, often lasting only a week or two. Users can get stuck in these loops, unable to escape the content despite growing tired of it. To avoid this, it's essential to engage with a diverse range of content and not rely too heavily on one specific genre or account. The algorithm will then serve up a more balanced and varied For You page.

    • Being flexible and open to change is key for creators on social mediaEmbrace new opportunities, don't be afraid of failure, and try new things to grow as a creator on TikTok or YouTube.

      Being flexible and open to change is crucial for creators on social media platforms like TikTok and YouTube. The speaker shared personal experiences of creators, including themselves, who became known for a specific trend or character but felt trapped in it. They emphasized the importance of trying new things and not being afraid of failure or being pigeonholed. The speaker also highlighted the difference between the two platforms, with YouTube offering more long-term rewards and a dedicated fanbase, despite the initial struggle to gain views. They encouraged creators to embrace the process and not be discouraged by initial setbacks.

    • Shane Topp's Interactions with Fans on Social MediaShane Topp values positivity and engagement with fans, but also deals with negative aspects like trolls and confusing content on social media platforms. He continues to embrace the online world, finding joy in fan interactions and creativity.

      Shane Topp, the speaker in this conversation, values positivity and engagement with his fans. He appreciates their support and encouragement, and the dynamic between them is full of banter and inside jokes. However, there are also negative aspects, such as trolls and strange content on social media platforms like TikTok, which he finds confusing and sometimes disturbing. Despite this, Shane continues to engage with his audience, finding joy in their interactions and the creativity that social media allows. He also expresses curiosity about phenomena like the NPC challenge and the popularity of paying for virtual items, but ultimately, he doesn't fully understand it. Overall, Shane's brand revolves around positivity, interaction with fans, and a willingness to embrace the weirdness of the online world.

    • The diversity and unpredictability of social media contentUsers can find a wide range of content on social media, from inspiring to unexpected, but it's important to set boundaries to ensure a positive online experience.

      Social media platforms like TikTok can offer a wide range of content, from aesthetically pleasing videos of baking or hiking to unexpected and humorous clips. While some users create content that brings joy and inspiration, others may share content that is disjointed or even inappropriate. The user in this conversation expressed a preference for the former, sharing her appreciation for the aesthetic TikTokers and the entertaining videos of a man farting in public. However, she also acknowledged her own struggle with staying focused on one type of content and ending up on unexpected pages. Overall, the conversation highlights the diverse and sometimes unpredictable nature of social media content and the importance of setting boundaries to ensure a positive online experience.

    • Discovering unexpected interests on TikTokThe TikTok algorithm can introduce users to diverse content, leading to the discovery of new interests and communities, such as weightlifting TikTok.

      The TikTok algorithm can lead users to unexpected and diverse content, even including drug cartels or niche communities like weightlifting TikTok. The user shared their experience of ending up on drug cartel TikTok and then becoming deeply engaged in weightlifting TikTok, which is filled with memes, instructional videos, and a unique culture. The user's for you page is dominated by content about a particular user named Sam Soulek, who is a weightlifting influencer known for his intense workouts and distinctive appearance. Despite some users' concerns about his use of performance-enhancing drugs, Sam's content is mainly focused on fitness and motivation, making him a popular figure in the weightlifting community. Overall, the TikTok algorithm's ability to curate personalized content can lead users to discover new interests and communities, even if they initially stumble upon content that is far from their usual interests.

    • Exploring Fitness Content on TikTok and a Fascination with a Specific IndividualThe speaker is drawn to the positivity and educational content on TikTok's fitness community, but finds the behavior of one individual unsettling and has discussed him extensively with colleagues and online.

      The speaker is deeply engaged with fitness content on TikTok, particularly weightlifting videos, and has developed a fascination for a specific individual who frequently appears in these videos, despite the fact that he seems to work out at different gyms each time. The speaker admires the positivity and body positivity in the fitness community on TikTok and appreciates the educational content, such as the lumberjack guy who cuts wood and shares his knowledge about different types of wood. However, the speaker finds the behavior of one individual, who occasionally says "good girl" after cutting wood, unsettling and has not finished watching his videos due to this. The speaker's fascination with this individual has led to them discussing him at work and on their own social media pages. The speaker also shares their own experiences of growing up camping and appreciates the grounding and humbling effects of being in nature. They enjoy survival skills and are fans of the reality TV show "Alone."

    • Surviving Alone in Extreme EnvironmentsBeing alone in harsh conditions can be terrifying, but human resilience and the will to survive can overcome fear and unknowns. Facing fears in nature can lead to a deeper appreciation for it.

      Being alone in extreme environments can be challenging both physically and psychologically. The person in the conversation expressed a fascination with survival shows like "Alone" and "Below Zero," where contestants live alone in harsh conditions. They shared stories of individuals who have survived in such environments, like a woman who was attacked by a bear and a man who built his own cabin in the Arctic. However, they also acknowledged the difficulty of being alone and the fear of the unknown that comes with it. The conversation then shifted to the speaker's experiences with cruises and their fear of the ocean, which they contrasted with their love for diving and facing their fears. Ultimately, the conversation highlights the complex relationship between fear, survival, and the natural world.

    • Ian's Scuba Diving Adventure in Belize with Chad from SmoshIan creates engaging characters with distinct accents and expanding stories in his long-form content

      Ian, a content creator, shared his experiences getting certified as a scuba diver in Belize's Shark Ray Alley, where he encountered large stingrays and small sharks. He also saw Chad from Smosh during his certification process. Ian expressed his love for creating characters, mentioning Chad, Riley, Boston mom (Janet), and a Russian character named Svetlana. He uses accents to bring his characters to life, such as Boston and Russian accents. Ian's characters have expanded into a "cinematic universe," including Janet's girlfriend, Svetlana, and their children, Misha and Sergei. Ian's long-form content allows viewers to watch episodes without needing to follow every one closely, as the characters and their stories build over time.

    • Cherishing artistic control and expanding projectsYouTube creator values self-production for artistic freedom, and plans to extend their series into animation and a movie, rekindling passion for earlier project ideas.

      The creator of a popular YouTube series cherishes the artistic control and independence that comes with self-producing content, even if it means more effort and time investment. The discussion also reveals the creator's passion for expanding their project into various formats, such as animation and a potential movie. They value protecting their art, especially since it began as a coping mechanism. The creator's enthusiasm for their work was rekindled during the conversation, inspiring them to bring back an earlier project idea involving characters Janet and Riley.

    • Brainstorming New Character IdeasThe group generated unique character ideas, including a Yerba Mate-drinking hiker, pinata surgeon, and a Stephen King-inspired character, each with distinct personalities and intriguing backstories.

      During their discussion, the group decided to brainstorm new character ideas, focusing on quirky and unique individuals. One proposed character was a Yerba Mate-drinking hiker, described as confident and nature-loving, with a strong connection to the outdoors. Another character suggested was a pinata surgeon, a hardcore and intense individual who specializes in repairing pinatas at children's parties. The group also discussed the possibility of creating a Stephen King-inspired character, who is always finding spookiness in everyday life. These characters showcase distinct personalities and intriguing backstories, offering potential for engaging and memorable storytelling.

    • Exploring the unknown and unexpected fuels creativityDuring brainstorming sessions, embrace fear, humor, and the unknown to generate imaginative ideas and compelling stories. Collaboration and well-developed characters are essential in creating authentic and vulnerable narratives.

      Creativity thrives on exploration of the unknown and the unexpected. During a discussion, ideas ranged from a poisoned coffee to a witch on a date, a lost hiker, and even a Keebler Elf. These imaginative scenarios show that fear, humor, and the unknown can be sources of inspiration. The conversation also revealed a shared appreciation for well-developed characters and a connection to the East Coast. The exchange demonstrated the importance of collaboration and the potential for turning seemingly random ideas into compelling stories. Additionally, the discussion touched on the vulnerability and authenticity that can be conveyed through characters, such as Mickey Mouse acknowledging controversy and seeking time for self-care. Overall, the conversation highlighted the power of creativity, imagination, and the willingness to explore the unknown.

    • Understanding the roots of behaviors through personal experiencesRecognizing and embracing personal experiences can help us understand others' behaviors and provide positive reinforcement, shaping who we are and allowing us to pursue our passions.

      Everyone's experiences shape who they are, and it's essential to recognize and understand the roots of people's behaviors. The speaker, who grew up in Boston and faced negative stereotypes, shared how he overcompensated and struggled with criticism, especially during his improv teaching days. He emphasized the importance of positive reinforcement but acknowledged that not every performance is perfect. The conversation then shifted to the speaker's upcoming podcast, where he goes on adventures with guests and intercuts their conversations. The speaker expressed his excitement about the project and invited his interlocutors to join him on future episodes. Throughout the discussion, the speakers' authenticity and creativity shone through, demonstrating the power of embracing one's unique background and pursuing passions.

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    Amanda, Shayne, and Spencer have a very normal and adult conversation. SUBSCRIBE: https://smo.sh/Sub2SmoshCast WEAR OUR JOKES: https://smosh.com WHO YOU HEAR Shayne Topp // https://www.instagram.com/shaynetopp/ Amanda Lehan-Canto // https://www.instagram.com/filmingamanda/ Spencer Agnew // https://www.instagram.com/spennser/ WHO YOU DON’T HEAR (usually) Director: Selina Garcia, Amanda Lehan-Canto, Shayne Topp Editor: Luke Baker Producer: Selina Garcia, Amanda Lehan-Canto, Shayne Topp Assistant Director: Marcus Munguia Art Director: Cassie Vance Assistant Art Director: Erin Kuschner Art Coordinator: Alex Aguilar, Josie Bellerby, Natalie Lewis Prop Assistant: Adam Mustafa Audio Mixer: Scott Neff Director: Selina Garcia Producer: Amanda Lehan-Canto, Shayne Topp, Selina Garcia Director of Photography: Brennan Iketani Director of Design: Brittany Hobbs DIT/AE: Matt Duran CEO: Alessandra Catanese EVP of Production: Zoe Moacanin EVP of Programming: Kiana Parker Executive Coordinator: Rachel Collis IT: Tim Baker Operations PA: Katie Fink Post Production Manager: Luke Baker Director of Production: Amanda Barnes Production Coordinator: Marcus Munguia Operations & Production Coordinator: Oliver Wehlander Production Assistant: Ovsana Tsaturian Senior Manager, Channel & Strategy: Lizzy Jones Channel Operations Coordinator: Audrey Carganilla Social Creative Producer: Peter Ditzler, Tommy Bowe Social Strategist: Erica Noboa, Mallory Myers Social Media Coordinator: Kim Wilborn Talent Coordinator: Selina Garcia OTHER SMOSHES: Smosh: https://smo.sh/Sub2Smosh Smosh Pit: https://smo.sh/Sub2SmoshPit Smosh Games: https://smo.sh/Sub2SmoshGames El Smosh (Spanish Dub): https://smo.sh/Sub2ElSmosh FOLLOW US: TikTok: https://smo.sh/TikTok Snapchat: http://smo.sh/OnSnapchat Instagram: https://instagram.com/smosh Facebook: https://facebook.com/smosh Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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    #46 - Solving Smosh's Problems

    #46 - Solving Smosh's Problems
    Amanda and Shayne are going to solve the cast and crew's problems, 100% guaranteed.  0:00-4:32 Intro 04:33-10:16 I just started to snore, how do I not inconvenience my partner? 10:17-16:35 How do I stop being dumb? 16:36-22:29 I’m afraid of confrontation! 22:30-28:40 Can you help me create a DnD baddie? 28:41-34:23 My voice sounds AI-generated 34:24-40:36 Peter is bullying me 40:37-47:06 Can you help me with my dating profile? 47:07-53:48 Help me with this baby! 53:49-59:27 My dad is dead 59:28-01:06:26 Stuck in a cycle of feeling the need to “succeed” 01:06:27-01:12:40 I’m addicted to Fortnite 01:12:41-01:19:30 How do you make friends as an adult? SUBSCRIBE: https://smo.sh/Sub2SmoshCast WEAR OUR JOKES: https://smosh.com  WHO YOU HEAR Shayne Topp // https://www.instagram.com/shaynetopp/ Amanda Lehan-Canto // https://www.instagram.com/filmingamanda/ Shayne Topp // https://www.instagram.com/shaynetopp/ Amanda Lehan-Canto // https://www.instagram.com/filmingamanda/ Marcus Munguia // https://www.instagram.com/marcus.munguia/ Erin Dougal // https://www.instagram.com/erindougal/ Lizzy Jones // https://www.instagram.com/soundproofliz/ Andre Gardere // https://www.instagram.com/onwithdre/ Nicole // https://www.instagram.com/nicole.normal/ Josh Fleury // https://www.instagram.com/josh.fleury/ Emily Rose Jacobson // https://www.instagram.com/frankly_emily_/ Angela Giarratana // https://www.instagram.com/angelagiovanagiarratana/ Matt Duran // https://www.instagram.com/durrrrran/ Rock Coleman // https://www.instagram.com/rockycole_pictureshow/ Trevor Evarts // https://www.instagram.com/trevorevarts/ Selina Garcia // https://www.instagram.com/maraselina/ WHO YOU DON’T HEAR (usually) Director: Selina Garcia Editor: Andre Gardere Producer: Amanda Lehan-Canto, Shayne Topp, Selina Garcia Assistant Director: Marcus Munguia Art Director: Cassie Vance Assistant Art Director: Erin Kuschner Art Coordinator: Alex Aguilar, Josie Bellerby, Natalie Lewis Prop Assistant: Adam Mustafa Audio Mixer: Scott Neff Director: Selina Garcia Producer: Amanda Lehan-Canto, Shayne Topp, Selina Garcia Director of Photography: Brennan Iketani Director of Design: Brittany Hobbs DIT/AE: Matt Duran CEO: Alessandra Catanese EVP of Production: Zoe Moacanin EVP of Programming: Kiana Parker Executive Coordinator: Rachel Collis IT: Tim Baker Operations PA: Katie Fink Post Production Manager: Luke Baker Director of Production: Amanda Barnes Production Coordinator: Marcus Munguia Operations & Production Coordinator: Oliver Wehlander Production Assistant: Ovsana Tsaturian Senior Manager, Channel & Strategy: Lizzy Jones Channel Operations Coordinator: Audrey Carganilla Social Creative Producer: Peter Ditzler, Tommy Bowe Social Strategist: Erica Noboa, Mallory Myers Social Media Coordinator: Kim Wilborn Talent Coordinator: Selina Garcia OTHER SMOSHES: Smosh: https://smo.sh/Sub2Smosh Smosh Pit: https://smo.sh/Sub2SmoshPit Smosh Games: https://smo.sh/Sub2SmoshGames El Smosh (Spanish Dub): https://smo.sh/Sub2ElSmosh FOLLOW US: TikTok: https://smo.sh/TikTok Snapchat: http://smo.sh/OnSnapchat Instagram: https://instagram.com/smosh Facebook: https://facebook.com/smosh
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    #45 - Smosh The Sitcom w/ Syd & Olivia

    #45 - Smosh The Sitcom w/ Syd & Olivia
    Shayne & Amanda talk with Syd & Olivia about their comedy dynamic and writing Smosh The Sitcom Live! (https://live.smosh.com/) Go to http://auraframes.com and use code SMOSH to get $20 off their best-selling frame. 0:00-01:47 Intro 01:48-4:57 How Smosh the Sitcom came to be 4:57-22:19 Syd and Olivia’s origin story 22:20-29:15 Boundaries and approachability 29:16-30:24 Sponsors! 30:25-46:09 Smosh the Sitcom characters 46:10-55:25 Premise of the live show "episode" 55:26-01:00:27 Favorite experience of the show SUBSCRIBE: https://smo.sh/Sub2SmoshCast WEAR OUR JOKES: https://smosh.com WHO YOU HEAR Shayne Topp // https://www.instagram.com/shaynetopp/ Amanda Lehan-Canto // https://www.instagram.com/filmingamanda/ Syd & Olivia ( @SydOliviaTube ) // https://www.instagram.com/sydandolivia/ WHO YOU DON’T HEAR (usually) Director: Selina Garcia Editor: Luke Baker Producer: Amanda Lehan-Canto, Shayne Topp, Selina Garcia Art Director: Cassie Vance Assistant Art Director: Erin Kuschner Art Coordinator: Alex Aguilar, Josie Bellerby, Natalie Lewis Prop Master: Luke Brau Prop Assistant: Josh Pressman, Jacqui Culler Audio Mixer: Jose Perez Director of Photography: Brennan Iketani Videographer: James Hull Assistant Director: Marcus Munguia Director of Production: Amanda Barnes Production Coordinator: Marcus Munguia Operations & Production Coordinator: Oliver Wehlander Production Assistant: Ovsana Tsaturian Post Production Manager: Luke Baker DIT/Lead AE: Matt Duran Technical Director: Tim Baker Director of Design: Brittany Hobbs Senior Manager, Channel & Strategy: Lizzy Jones Channel Operations Coordinator: Audrey Carganilla Social Creative Producer: Peter Ditzler, Tommy Bowe Social Strategist: Erica Noboa, Mallory Myers Editorial Coordinator: Kim Wilborn Talent Coordinator: Selina Garcia Operations PA: Katie Fink CEO: Alessandra Catanese EVP of Production: Zoe Moacanin EVP of Programming: Kiana Parker Executive Coordinator: Rachel Collis OTHER SMOSHES: Smosh: https://smo.sh/Sub2Smosh Smosh Pit: https://smo.sh/Sub2SmoshPit Smosh Games: https://smo.sh/Sub2SmoshGames El Smosh (Spanish Dub): https://smo.sh/Sub2ElSmosh FOLLOW US: TikTok: https://smo.sh/TikTok Snapchat: http://smo.sh/OnSnapchat Instagram: https://instagram.com/smosh Facebook: https://facebook.com/smosh

    #44 - We're Married

    #44 - We're Married
    Amanda, Shayne, and Courtney discuss the events of April 1, 2024. Go to http://auraframes.com and use code SMOSH to get $20 off their best-selling frame. SUBSCRIBE: https://smo.sh/Sub2SmoshCast WEAR OUR JOKES: https://smosh.com WHO YOU HEAR Courtney Miller // https://www.instagram.com/co_mill/ Shayne Topp // https://www.instagram.com/shaynetopp/ Amanda Lehan-Canto // https://www.instagram.com/filmingamanda/ WHO YOU DON’T HEAR (usually) Director: Selina Garcia Editor: Luke Baker and Kortney Luby Producer: Amanda Lehan-Canto, Shayne Topp, Selina Garcia Art Director: Cassie Vance Assistant Art Director: Erin Kuschner Art Coordinator: Alex Aguilar, Josie Bellerby, Natalie Lewis Prop Master: Luke Brau Prop Assistant: Josh Pressman, Jacqui Culler Audio Mixer: Jose Perez Director of Photography: Brennan Iketani Videographer: James Hull Assistant Director: Amanda Barnes Director of Production: Amanda Barnes Production Coordinator: Marcus Munguia Operations & Production Coordinator: Oliver Wehlander Production Assistant: Ovsana Tsaturian Post Production Manager: Luke Baker DIT/Lead AE: Matt Duran Technical Director: Tim Baker Director of Design: Brittany Hobbs Senior Manager, Channel & Strategy: Lizzy Jones Channel Operations Coordinator: Audrey Carganilla Social Creative Producer: Peter Ditzler, Tommy Bowe Social Strategist: Erica Noboa, Mallory Myers Social Media Coordinator: Kim Wilborn Talent Coordinator: Selina Garcia Operations PA: Katie Fink CEO: Alessandra Catanese EVP of Production: Zoe Moacanin EVP of Programming: Kiana Parker Executive Coordinator: Rachel Collis OTHER SMOSHES: Smosh: https://smo.sh/Sub2Smosh Smosh Pit: https://smo.sh/Sub2SmoshPit Smosh Games: https://smo.sh/Sub2SmoshGames El Smosh (Spanish Dub): https://smo.sh/Sub2ElSmosh FOLLOW US: TikTok: https://smo.sh/TikTok Snapchat: http://smo.sh/OnSnapchat Instagram: https://instagram.com/smosh Facebook: https://facebook.com/smosh

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