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  1. 9 points
    lol i guess hayes is freaking crazy if hes going to a shrink. what a lunatic. you dont have to be crazy to have a podcast here but it helps
  2. 7 points
  3. 5 points
    I hadn't listened to the episode or read any of the comments when I posted that but I stand by every word
  4. 5 points
    Obligatory alternate dimension post. Yes, my workplace is very boring. Thank you for asking.
  5. 5 points
    you better get used to it. ive had a couple of buddies start chasing the snail and could never reintegrate back into the group. especially when they miss out on the greatest podcast episode ever recorded. bet they rename a wing of the new earwolf studios after hayes, brett and tim because of all the audiobooks this epi will sell. sean. if you're reading this over someones shoulder on the LA train because the enormous fanfare drives most people to these forums soon. please remember that we love you and are in love with you. reach out if you need me to come pick up bosch and give him a proper home.
  6. 5 points
    This one was clearly an all-timer, except we all know an ep without Sean can't be an all-timer. So it is simultaneously an all-timer and not an all-timer, Schrödinger's all-timer.
  7. 5 points
  8. 4 points
    We have three cats, a tuxedo, a black cat, and then some mixed up fat faced thing that cries like a kitten despite being the biggest of the three. I'll try to get pics later.
  9. 4 points
    Pooh: "I bet this shit is fucking delicious." Piglet: (maybe if i lean a bit i can eek this fart out without Pooh noticing)
  10. 3 points
    The rear projection is probably the worst thing in the movie. My original thought was they filmed it in LA and wanted to have a real theater in New Haven in the background.
  11. 3 points
    Re: the rear projection I noticed it too, but I figured it was so they could pass beneath the marquee with her name on it. I’m not sure why they couldn’t just do it without the rear projection, though. Was it still difficult to mic people outdoors in those days?
  12. 3 points
    Assorted footnotes: Like Paul, I also assumed Addison DeWitt was gay from the outset, and I realized it was due to how much he reminded me of a young Stephen Fry. Did anyone else notice the really odd use of rear-projection when Eve and DeWitt were "walking" to Eve's apartment? Why? I've said this before but You Must Remember This is a true work of art and I hope Karina is a frequent return guest! P.S. Facebook users are the balcony monsters of Unspooled listenership.
  13. 3 points
    tim-BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLLTTZZZZ! *he hacks down the tree and it falls*
  14. 3 points
    Brevity is the soul of the HIGHWAY TO MY PANTS Daltypoo. You’re in the HOV lane passing on the shoulder with this description. Gaahwud DAMN. Great friggin job.
  15. 2 points
    Agreed. It was so jarring it actually kind of makes me mad because now I legit can't remember what they were talking about during that scene because I was focusing on that the whole time.
  16. 2 points
    This is the greatest episode of this show ever. Sorry Sean, but Brett’s got your number. He didn’t even get acknowledged for the best joke of the show when he says it’s weird to have sex without gloves on. Sean will never recover from this. What a shame.
  17. 2 points
    This episode will hit podmass best of 2018 and be the downfall of the show; along with my marriage to BEEFace. The countdown begins. Immunna listen ‘gain
  18. 1 point
    I’m trying to get on Brent Spiner’s phone plan so I’ll have unlimited Data.
  19. 1 point
    Also if anyone wants to meet up. I’m in the back of the jurors lounge with a track suit on. Hope we get picked together!
  20. 1 point
    dalton, update your profile picture this instant!
  21. 1 point
    Very excited to have Kyle back in the Earwolf studios. Are the Top Ten Punkys on the board in this?
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  24. 1 point
    Your revisions are unquotable unfortunately, but don't worry about it. Here's my commentary free of charge. Gardening at Night - solid, maybe I've heard it way too many times but has never quite done it for me as much as for some people. Sitting Still - acceptable alternative, but Laughing just as good and less played. Perfect Circle amazing but not at same level. Nothing wrong with any song on Murmur. Feeling Gravity's Pull - acceptable alternative (and way devalued by the podcast) Fall on Me - maybe but I've heard it too many times, can't listen to it with fresh ears any more Heron House - solid, but never one of my favs E-Bow - you may be right Country Feedback / Half a World Away - correction accepted Don't Sleep / Circus Envy - acceptable alternatives Sad Professor / Walk Unafraid - I actively dislike both of those, along with most of the record. Walk Unafraid is especially grating and maudlin. Chorus and The Ring - I used to agree but for me it hasn't stood the test of time. After not loving Up I was initially very psyched by Reveal as a return to form, but it wasn't. Boy in the Well - I guess it's ok, but Aftermath is the only track on the record I ever choose to listen to, and even then not so much. Man Sized Wreath - Disqualified by annoying "dance floor" line Hollow Man - first half of chorus is super catchy, but not enough there over all. Marlon Brando - acceptable alternative, I almost chose that one. All the Best - very good but marred but just ok lyrics - "show the kids" line is annoying. I feel like even as REM came back strong in the last two albums, the lyrics were only sometimes up to par. E.g., Discoverer almost a great song, but I dislike the "finesse / mess" part.
  25. 1 point
    July Diaz (too "inside baseball?")
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