My Daughter the Broad, released in 1996, is the third album released by The Frogs. It is a compilation of improvised homemade recordings that were mostly recorded in the late 1980s. Many of these songs continue themes from It's Only Right And Natural such as homosexual supremacy and social conservative fears. It is described as "one hour's worth of the funniest songs ever recorded...about a cripple fetish, pedophilia, over-the-top evilness, having extreme plastic surgery, dying goats [and] being hungry..." This album also introduces two new personas of Dennis Flemion with distinct-sounding voices, a geriatric pervert and the high-pitched murderer Jack, as in the songs "Reelin' and Rockin #1" and "I'm Evil, Jack". Fans often request songs from this album in concert, but the band refuses to play some of them because of the difficulties involved with re-creating an improvisation in a live setting. The title was inspired by Mudhoney's My Brother the Cow.