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EPISODE 12 — T.G.I.G.O.T.G.OST with Sean Clements and Hayes Davenport

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This was a very cool and smart episode of the show. I've been a fan of the Lauren Lapkin show since the first episode with PST but this one had a little extra edge to it; like someone ripped the hinges off the gates and let all the freaks in.

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Great showcase for how Lapkus is playful and inventive and why she's so good on CBB, while Sean and Hayes just stick to their one-note schtick, like they're scared or nervous somehow. They're satire if you like satire, but zero versatility and a joke that died a long time ago. I really don't get why anyone likes them.

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Great showcase for how Lapkus is playful and inventive and why she's so good on CBB, while Sean and Hayes just stick to their one-note schtick, like they're scared or nervous somehow. They're satire if you like satire, but zero versatility and a joke that died a long time ago. I really don't get why anyone likes them.

i didnt listen yet, but actually no

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Great showcase for how Lapkus is playful and inventive and why she's so good on CBB, while Sean and Hayes just stick to their one-note schtick, like they're scared or nervous somehow. They're satire if you like satire, but zero versatility and a joke that died a long time ago. I really don't get why anyone likes them.

 

Being a jerk when there is no need to be is also kind of a lazy one-note shtick

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they do sound like they're scared sometimes, almost as if honesty in comedy is *gestures to the long-term Hollywood Handbook Heads* Tooooooo *conducts all the fans reciting the catchphrase till it's almost deafening* SCARY!

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CLASSIC H+S bit from the old RSS days: After all these recommendations I was looking forward to the improv show, but the jokes were just so raw and from the heart I had to hide my head under my blanket [the blanket is a metaphor for satire]. Too scary!

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I can't speak for anyone else, but I like them because they are just like me - middle-aged white men who are smart and funny and handsome, and who are endowed with...how shall I put this...a certain special something. In the pants area. And who are good at sports, but who are also kind of nerds.

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i like them cause when i make my podcast mix cd for basketball practices i can have a saftey podcast in case my stepmom drives me and i need to switch it to somethnig wholesome and good teachers too.

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Great showcase for how Lapkus is playful and inventive and why she's so good on CBB, while Sean and Hayes just stick to their one-note schtick, like they're scared or nervous somehow. They're satire if you like satire, but zero versatility and a joke that died a long time ago. I really don't get why anyone likes them.

You probably don't get their metafictional, post-modern style. EH, wrong.

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Yo! Anyone know if there's a place to pay $40 for used games for my Sega GameGear in this neighborhood?

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Great showcase for how Lapkus is playful and inventive and why she's so good on CBB, while Sean and Hayes just stick to their one-note schtick, like they're scared or nervous somehow. They're satire if you like satire, but zero versatility and a joke that died a long time ago. I really don't get why anyone likes them.

 

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^^^^ i'm not clicking that youtube vid. that image looks too sexy for my taste

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Great showcase for how Lapkus is playful and inventive and why she's so good on CBB, while Sean and Hayes just stick to their one-note schtick, like they're scared or nervous somehow. They're satire if you like satire, but zero versatility and a joke that died a long time ago. I really don't get why anyone likes them.

EEEEEEEEHHHHHHHHH---WRONG!

Actually they aren't doing a schtick, they really are just that smart and funny. And they're actually very brave and not scared or nervous at all. And they are very "versatile" (I don't even think that's a word) and the joke is actually alive and not dead. And you should get why everyone likes them because they are so good.

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Well great. Now I'm gonna be listening to Shake It Off all day.

 

Although, my love for that song and propensity to listen to it is well documented so I probably would be doing that all day anyway.

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How about we report this guy.

Are you kidding, Hazie Bone is liking all his friggin' posts! We should be trying to be more like him!

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I wonder if Delino DeShields has the super power to split into Zack de la Rocha, Tim Commerford, Tom Morello and Brad Wilk, because he is all the rage.

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He should probably wear a thimble so he doesn't prick his finger, because his cranky comments are so in (sewin') right now.

 

PS I don't always know when a joke, or even an entire category of humour, is dead, so I apologize for that. #sorry(notreally)

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If it wasn't for H+S I would still be embarrassed to be a major nerd.

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now i did listen, and it was a good ep

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If it wasn't for H+S I would still be embarrassed to be a major nerd.

Now I know that nerds is cool and jocks is pumping gas instead of being cool nerds

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