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    Episode 86: BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S

    Easy yes. I liked Amy's little speech about how watching Audrey Hepburn makes her want to be Audrey Hepburn. I'm a dude but I feel that way too.
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    EPISODE 217 — A i4h Christmas Carol

    Another masterpiece from the best podcast in the universe!
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    Episode 91 — Tom Scharpling, Our Close Friend

    Best-Of episode. I mean, I know, ehhhh wrong, they're all Best-Of episodes. But this was Best-Of-Best-Of material.
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    EPISODE 191 — Drizzle, No Apologies

    Great ep! The goggles scene was the highlight.
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    EPISODE 189 — Apes Will Fight If We Must

    No, when Matt asked Doug about levitating, Doug said it's not full flight, it's hopping. He's talking about , which is pretty funny to see in practice. This might be a good video to show on I4H. There was a federal political party in Canada in the 90s, the Natural Law Party, that espoused yogic flying. That's how I know about it.
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    EPISODE 189 — Apes Will Fight If We Must

    Oh boy. Epic episode. So many segments --- the apes clip at the beginning, the phone call to Doug --- were all leading up to a single issue. But this wasn't really apparent until the end, when everything crystallized. It was like watching a heist movie where a bunch of little throwaway events in the first two acts are revealed in the third act to be planned parts of the climactic heist.
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    EPISODE 351 — CBB: The Movie

    People have commented on the Foam Corner segment for being shocking. But there's a second time in this episode that also shocked me for being similarly personal and real. I haven't seen other people comment on it. And the end of the episode, Scott says, in a serious voice, "Take it from me... never, EVER have children." I'm pretty sure this is a direct reference to how Scott and Kulap are having trouble having trouble having kids. (Kulap goes into the tests she and Scott have recently gone through in the recent Who Charted?, but it's come up before.)
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    EPISODE 351 — CBB: The Movie

    This episode is up there with the Andy Daly PPP episodes for me for the most relistened-to podcast episode.
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    EPISODE 351 — CBB: The Movie

    Scott was wrong when he said that Jesus never had a grandson. As we all know, the Father is the Son, which by the transitivity of ancestry implies that the Grandfather is the Grandson.
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    EPISODE 351 — CBB: The Movie

    I was kinda hoping to hear the Engineer Brett character rather than the Engineer Cody character on this episode. I mean, Adomian does a great job as Engineer Cody, but I really like the way PFT gives his Engineer Brett character a kind of laid-back befuddlement.
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    EPISODE 351 — CBB: The Movie

    The Van Helsing script in the Paul Scheer episode is genius. I genuinely thought it was scripted and not improv'd the first time I listened. The humor is so tight. CBB fans: there should be a Hollywood Handbook Best-Of released later this week. Download it!
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    EPISODE 351 — CBB: The Movie

    Oh god, so good. The highlight: TRAPSON: I want you to call me Dad. NANCY: I can't call you that... SHE DOES IT. NANCY: ... Dad.
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    Episode 83 — Nick Kroll, Our Close Friend

    Sean and Hayes are going to be on Comedy Bang Bang on Monday, by all accounts. I think they're putting together a Best-Of for new listeners who they expect will wander in after hearing them them tear it up with Scott.
  14. So, if there is a second episode of The Travel Bug and August Lindt wanted to invite an entirely different cast of Germans, who could he invite? What other German characters have made podcast appearances? Thomas Middleditch's Klaus from the 6th anniversary ep of Comedy Bang Bang is a clear pick. He's even a fellow traveler. Jamie Denbo's turn as Anne Frank on the Dead Authors Podcast had me in stitches. (The Pope was a really good get for the first episode, but getting Anne Frank on the podcast would be an even bigger coup.) There are a few other Germans on the Dead Authors Podcast, including Adomian's Nietzsche and Carter and Gourley's Brothers Grimm, but you probably don't want more than one time traveler, if any. Adomian could play a Nietzsche scholar. Who else is there?
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    Episode 83 — Nick Kroll, Our Close Friend

    Both pretty recent, but: - Engineer Brett talking about how wide the net was cast for female engineers in the Erin Gibson episode. - Seth Morris trying to bring up ghosts. Two of my favorite episodes.
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