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  1. snarla

    Earwolf Hoodies

    Just want to express that I would definitely purchase an Earwolf hoodie if more are made!
  2. snarla

    Frozen Earwolf

    I'm unable to get Totally Laime or How Did This Get Made to play. Thanks for fixing, Caroline, and I am also a fan of your twitter!
  3. snarla

    Episode 22 — Never Forget

    gasped aloud when i saw this - i've been waiting and hoping for abbi and ilana to turn up on an earwolf show. hope this isn't their last!
  4. Chelsea Peretti, Esther Povitsky (Little Esther), Aubrey Plaza, Alison Brie, Amy Poehler
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    Episode 58 — Critter Sandusky

    I started feeling actual nervous feelings leading up to the new chart themes. Just heard the music chart theme and I have the biggest shit-eating grin on my face. This show makes me so happy.
  6. The trope of characters turning to Google for vampire info is a good one - Bella does this in the first movie, as I recall, and there are lots of dramatic closeups on Wikipedia pages and like Geocities websites. A character also does this on an episode The Vampire Diaries, but they use Bing because I'm pretty sure the CW has a deal with them.
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    Episode 52 — One Year Anniversary!

    Happy anniversary, Who Charted! The first episode I listened to was Sarah Silverman's first appearance, when I was listening to every episode of Earwolf shows she'd appeared on, and I've been hooked ever since. The Kulap/Sarah friendship is one of my favorite things in the world. The two of them singing Rilo Kiley together was extremely adorable.
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    Episode 51 — Death of the Party

    I listened to this episode while trying to bake a vegan pumpkin cheesecake. The hilariousness dulled the pain of the cheesecake flopping BIGTIME. Clapped my hands in glee at the news of Kulap being the next guest on Totally Laime - looking forward to it!
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    Episode 46 — Margaret and Al

    Also, you should try to get Carrie Brownstein to guest on Who Charted? Too much success.
  10. snarla

    Episode 46 — Margaret and Al

    Enjoyed Kulap's subtle correction of Howard's pronunciation of Sleater-Kinney
  11. snarla

    Episode 19 — The Wicker Man

    Just want to mention how much I love the Second Opinion segments - great addition.
  12. snarla

    Episode 123 — No Scoop for You

    Wonderful episode! Made my morning to see that Amy is the guest.
  13. @Bucho, I see your point, but the sketch didn't read to me as a comment on comedy convention - rather as a joke about this guy's passion project robot taking so long to come to fruition that his friend doesn't appreciate it once it's done. Just seems like a stretch to call a reference to a five-year-old movie and its quoters "postmodern," and I certainly don't think that should count against them in judging, which I'm afraid it might.
  14. @Bucho, I see your point, but the sketch didn't read to me as a comment on comedy convention - rather as a joke about this guy's passion project robot taking so long to come to fruition that his friend doesn't appreciate it once it's done. Just seems like a stretch to call a reference to a five-year-old movie and its quoters "postmodern," and I certainly don't think that should count against them in judging, which I'm afraid it might.
  15. PS - I think it's totally unfair to say that LHR's Borat reference was the same attempt at criticizing poorly-done comedy that, say, Hamm Radio attempted with the "hack stand-up" bit early on in the Challenge. There was NOTHING "post-modern" or "meta" about LHR's sketch. The joke was that it took the guy five years to build the robot, so by the time he was finished the Borat joke was no longer relevant. For god's sake look up those terms if you're going to use them so often and regard them so disdainfully.
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