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    Episode 548 - Know What I’m Saying?

    Carmine was very funny, but let the record state there are NO Cheesecake Factories in Brooklyn, and any implications to the contrary must be considered libelous slander. Possibly he was thinking of Junior's?
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    Episode 547 - Johnny Pacquiao

    I know he's based in New York, but I would love to hear Joe Pera on CBB. He's one of the funniest dudes out there. This episode, despite a distinct lack of Joe Pera, was very good. Everyone was great. #MeToo got moist.
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    Monster with April Richardson

    The best part of this episode was Scott trying five times to make that "Make like a tree" joke and then giving up because Scott and April were sincerely discussing REM.
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    Automatic for the People

    cARs U Talkin' The Cars 2 Me?
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    Out of Time

    Wowee this band is awful. I love how Scott compares this record to the White Album, like, "The White Album was weird too!" Yeah, I guess, but the White Album is considered a timeless masterpiece and this is a pile of flaming garbage. Anyway, great ep as always! Hope you feel better, Scott -- sounds like you have the sniffles!
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    Episode 384 - New Heights in Terrible Enunciation

    Whyyy does this not have any comments? Jon Daly is the best and his Big Baby Aspirin song is amazing! Lil' Xan is so lucky to have such a great dad!!
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    Green with Lance Bangs

    Speaking of long boxes, I've been wondering if the Scotts were going to address this: https://99percentinvisible.org/episode/longbox/
  8. It makes sense that Andy Daly is a U2 fan because if you try to picture "U2 fan" in your head, Andy Daly is what comes up. Enjoyed this episode, even though Scott stole my joke about Bad actually being good.
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    Episode 380 - Always Willing To Walk

    I'm behind and haven't listened to this one yet, but I just finished last week's and it's so great to hear the Howie/Natty Leggs dynamic again. Natasha is a great sidekick because she's super funny herself, obviously, but she also had the best laugh in the business and it makes Howard's crazy shit even better. It also reminds me a lot of The Lavender Hour, may it rest in peace. I'm sure Natasha has plenty on her plate and isn't trying to do a weekly podcast right now, but it's great when she can stop by. She also mentioned last week that Cardi B should be a guest on Who Charted, and I agree -- having musicians talk about the charts (and music in general) with Howard and Brett seems like a no brainer. Not a bad idea! Okay, that's all. Enjoyed the show as always. Thank you, Michael Motorcycle.
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    Episode 537 - Silly Cone Valley Poo Crew Minus One

    How did Engineer Cody get another job? I guess his new employers didn't go back to listen to his previous work?? Anyway, good luck and Baba Booey to him!
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    27 Reckoning

    Nah, October's good. It's not their best, but it's certainly miles above everything they've done in the last 20 years. I appreciate that they made it 40 minutes before REM was brought up this time. Maybe at a certain point they'll just forget to talk about this stupid band? Just kidding! It's worth the REM talk if for no other reason than to hear Scott try to articulate something only to have Scott get impatient and cut him off. It makes me laugh every time.
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    Episode 534 - Solid As A Rock

    That was a great '90s alt-rock plugs theme. I am a bit worried about Paul's fingers, though. I think they got caught when Scott closed the floor for questions.
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    26 - Murmur

    I love these guys, but does anyone else feel like the Scotts sound like they have maybe never heard music before? They were both talking about how brilliant R.E.M. were for using AABABCB, arguably the most common song structure there is? And, "On most albums, by seven songs in the band is out of ideas"? And were they implying that R.E.M.'s b-side cover of "There She Goes Again" popularized The Velvet Underground? I'm pretty sure "Sweet Jane" has been in pretty steady radio rotation since 1970. Anyway, great ep. This is great, uhh, podcast.
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    25 - Chronic Town

    This is good news! I was hoping for U Talking Heads 2 Me, to be perfectly honest, but I'd listen to the Scotts talk about Puddle of Mudd if they wanted to.
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    Episode 529 - Am I The What?

    If there was a Dalton Wilcox, Poet Laureate of the West tv show, I would watch that TV show.
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