Episode 1 — Jake Johnson, Our Close Friend
Posted 07 October 2013 - 08:51 PM
Posted 08 October 2013 - 12:23 AM
Posted 08 October 2013 - 08:05 AM
Posted 08 October 2013 - 08:11 AM
Serious note, I love the new song, it had me bussin up.
Posted 08 October 2013 - 08:43 AM
I really enjoyed the show and Jack Johnson was really delightful. I would have liked to hear some of his music though so that I could pretend that I didn't enjoy it and so that I could talk about how overexposed it is... Also, I'm kinda disappointed that you guys didn't ask all of my questions to him, especially the one about policy options in Syria. If there's one thing I've learned in my 23 (and 11/12) years of life, it's that people in Hollywood are the best informed and most qualified people when it comes to US foreign policy and world affairs. In fact, in my Poly Sci class we had a guest lecturer named Sean Pennsylvania, who's apparently some Hollywood guy (never heard of him) and he told us that the Iraq war might have been all about oil and not keeping America safe... I had no idea. I've been going to the University of Washington for four years now and taking political science the whole time and my professors, all of whom have PhDs and publish in well-regarded scholarly journals and have written numerous best-selling books, have never once given us such an honest, real portrait of what really happens in foreign relations... So I'm sorry if I seem a little disappointed that you guys aren't using your celebrity and this public forum to better the world.
Also, Hayes, come on, you know how to pronounce my name by now. I'll let you in on a little secret, Hayes. (Sean and Sean's extensive network of agents, publicists, fans, any members of his entourage, and anyone in anyway associated with Sean or any of his diverse extensive business interests and holdings, please stop reading) You've always been my favorite (there's something about Sean's voice that makes me want to punch him in the gullet). Valerie Bryant told me you were some kind of asshole and Andy Kneis told me that he thinks Sean is bomb.com but wasn't sure about you and I was like "hey guys, Hayes is clearly the most chilled-out Boston-adjacent-strong bro in the Earwolf organization and anyone who says otherwise is gonna have to answer to me and my posse". However, Sean's irritating shrew-like voice is starting to sound pretty damn good, so maybe work on the name thing and we can all be friends again. Okay? Okay.
Just so you guys know, I definitely didn't rate you guys on iJamz (or subscribe) and I also made sure that I didn't like you guys on Facepamphlet. The last thing I want is more of this show or to be involved in it's long-term continued success in any way. I'm glad I could help keep it under the radar.
Love You, Bye.
Posted 08 October 2013 - 02:46 PM
Alright, so Sean mentioned being a bit of a jock type which got me to thinking-- why aren't there any sports on TV? It's like we have all these singing and dancing documentary shows, but nothing that shows off athletic skill. What I'm proposing here is a news show where theres two groups of people, maybe one group is like a bunch of really "real" people who think they rule, and some other people are always out on the road, which basically is their world. Call it like Real Rules v.s. Road World Challenge or something.
Anyway, not only do they compete against each other, but they LIVE with each other. Hey, guess what Christian lady? Your roommate is an Atheist. Oh, hi, girl who’s afraid of snakes, wanna meet your roommate? It’s a snake charmer. Gee, it’s too bad about that peanut allergy, guy, it must really suck to not be able to enjoy a nice peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Anyway, here’s your roommate, I think you might know him; it’s Mr. Peanut. Dang, it’s too bad that your family was run over by a bus, dude. On a completely different note, here’s your roommate; a fucking bus.
Anyway, just an idea to get the ball rolling. If you guys want to meet up and talk it over, maybe over a cup of joe, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted 08 October 2013 - 03:11 PM
Better hit the gym buds, We're gonna be sittin' pretty in like two or three months (depending).
Btw Hayes, I can totally relate. I've been getting all these calls for what i'm assuming is appearances for auditions or court or something ever since i accidentally took my pants and underwear off at the sony lot children's play ground. Try as hard as you would like my friend, but fame is a little floozy named destiny. who may or may not be a child.
look i recognize that i'm not funny alright.
Posted 08 October 2013 - 05:54 PM
Who do guys think will be the next guest?
A. Lauren Lapkus
B. Paul F. Tompkins
C. Rob Reiner
D. Bus Stop T.M.E
Posted 09 October 2013 - 12:14 AM
^^Even though I'm re-listening to the podcast, this is how it feels.^^
p.s. When did you meet DJ Spaghetti Os?? Small world....
Posted 09 October 2013 - 09:41 AM
PPS - You guys apologized for the show not being a well-oiled machine, but as far as I can tell, it was pretty well-oiled. In fact, if engineer Cody hadn't fucked it up, it would have been the most perfect podcast ever. First engineer Brett, now engineer Cody... I see what they're doing and it's not gonna work. You guys are too big to fail at this point.
Engineers Brett & Cody: I know that Entertainment Tonight and USWeekly are offering you guys obscene amounts of money to sabotage Hayes and Sean because they want to see the big guys brought down to everyone else's level or whatever, but it's not gonna work. Maybe Hayes and Sean don't see it because they believe that all people are inherently good, but don't think that us listeners don't see it. Because we do. Clearly Sean and Hayes are just naturally better than us mere mortals. So maybe just do your jobs and stop trying to ruin other, more successful people's careers. Like, Sean and Hayes didn't even want this, they're already burdened enough by the weight of fame and being role models and constantly being photographed and having to worry about nip-slips and not wearing underwear and then you guys come along and try to make their lives even more difficult. Really? You guys should be ashamed of yourselves.
Posted 09 October 2013 - 10:40 AM
I believe in you guys, and that's why I ask so much of you. We're stronger than we even know.
Posted 09 October 2013 - 03:28 PM
Seriously, guys. I know we all like to have fun on here and try to bus' each other up so a lot of you are probably like "hey, I'm going to like the facebook page because those knuckleheads told me not to, that'll be really cut 'em up!" But seriously, now is not the time for this.
69! 69 people like it!
For once in our miserable lives can't we just do something right and leave this perfection alone?
Posted 09 October 2013 - 06:25 PM
Soon, we're going to start hearing a lot more segments of Hayes vs Sean in-fighting. You'll both each have wicked substance abuse issues. That's just Hollywood days and Hollywood nights for ya. With this inevitable fall from grace in mind maybe you should ply these questions to your next guest:
1) How do you avoid the Randy Quaid star-whackers?
2) How do you avoid living life on Tom Sizemore terms?
3) Has anyone in the scientology offices helped you clear yourself of harmful thetan levels?