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Episode 126 — Mr. Manhattan!

Earwolf Admin's Photo Earwolf Admin 30 Apr 2013

The Bitter Buddha is here! Eddie Pepitone brings his characters to life on this week’s Who Charted! Eddie learns that what’s hip today is as he calls it comfort music as we countdown the Ultimate Music Chart. He then asks what happened to Robert De Niro, shares his thoughts on restaurants with loud music, and gives us his two reasons as to why he won’t see Oblivion during the Movie Chart. We also hear about the great places to eat in Staten Island as Eddie serenades Hermes the Chart Goose!
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Inthehallwaynow's Photo Inthehallwaynow 01 May 2013

Great job howard and Kulap! Pepitones summations are brilliant hes on point i loved this episode!
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justinmh05's Photo justinmh05 01 May 2013

Eddie is THE BEST Whooch guest! I hope Margaret and Al make an appearance.
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MattCameron's Photo MattCameron 01 May 2013

Love Eddie. Can someone post instructions on how to follow him on Pininterest?
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Mammerjammers's Photo Mammerjammers 01 May 2013

Ku Ku's summah dress is adorbs!
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Joe F.'s Photo Joe F. 01 May 2013

Great listen! Eddie has a really postive take on everything and sounds like he just really loves life. :ph34r:
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Thegardnerd's Photo Thegardnerd 01 May 2013

Kulap during the music chart sounds like a polite person indulging an ignorant uncle.
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Picklefucker's Photo Picklefucker 01 May 2013

 Thegardnerd, on 01 May 2013 - 08:54 AM, said:

Kulap during the music chart sounds like a polite person indulging an ignorant uncle.

Or two uncles being way too angry about pop culture.
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Todd Mason's Photo Todd Mason 01 May 2013

Casein ("kay-seen") is the dairy stuff...Jackie Kashian is a much rarer commodity...
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pfchangs's Photo pfchangs 01 May 2013

Seems like Eddie just misses the 70s. Great laugh though.
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justinmh05's Photo justinmh05 01 May 2013

 justinmh05, on 01 May 2013 - 04:38 AM, said:

Eddie is THE BEST Whooch guest! I hope Margaret and Al make an appearance.


And yes they did briefly appear!
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jf032's Photo jf032 01 May 2013

 Thegardnerd, on 01 May 2013 - 08:54 AM, said:

Kulap during the music chart sounds like a polite person indulging an ignorant uncle.

Sure, but none of the music on that chart wasn't complete nursery-rhyme-level shit.
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Kickpuncher's Photo Kickpuncher 01 May 2013

 pfchangs, on 01 May 2013 - 12:41 PM, said:

Seems like Eddie just misses the 70s. Great laugh though.


Fun fact, Eddie's laugh has been proven to cure cancer.

"Pin Interest" is the most endearingly funny out of touch old man phrase ever.

Kulap really kept things moving here, somewhat awkwardly a few times, but still a great episode.

Was that particular Chart Goose topic making its first appearance since the Sarah Silverman episode waaay back near the beginning?
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Chester's Photo Chester 01 May 2013

Embarrassingly enough, the first time that Eddie mentioned "Pin-Interest," I actually thought to myself, "Wait a minute, have I been mentally mispronouncing that word all this time?"
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Pepper R's Photo Pepper R 01 May 2013

A joke that seemed to be glossed over that I thought was awesome, was when they were saying Robert Redford would die on a horse, and the horse would know what to do and kneel down and roll him off onto the ground. Then Kulap said the horse would stomp him into the ground. The image of a horse gently rolling a dead person off its back, then just clobbering the shit out of the body stomping it on the ground is hilarious.
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reptar's Photo reptar 02 May 2013

The bits about people who work at Google were unnecessarily condescending. We get it, Eddie. As you've been hammering home the entire conversation, you're a starving artist.
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Ben M's Photo Ben M 02 May 2013

Kulap steered the shit out of this episode. Safe to say there was either a schedule crunch of fear of Eddie's rants going long form?
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sarah's Photo sarah 02 May 2013

 Thegardnerd, on 01 May 2013 - 08:54 AM, said:

Kulap during the music chart sounds like a polite person indulging an ignorant uncle.


I think he was the polite one for allowing it.
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rachelpi's Photo rachelpi 02 May 2013

I can relate to "pininterest" - I always thought it was "red-edit" in my mind until someone said "reddit" aloud.
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