Episode 103 — These Times They Are A-Changin'
Posted 15 May 2011 - 02:27 PM
Posted 30 June 2011 - 10:25 AM
How does no one post comments here? I wanna leave a brief one saying that you should only play music from Reggie Watts on the show. His songs are the only ones I haven't fast forwarded through on your show. Musical comedy is...lame usually but he knows what the fuck is up. Also, I almost had to pull my car over when Clive Dundee came in, Daly is a piss! You all are! and Thompkins, Philly reppin!
Posted 02 July 2011 - 09:09 PM
There were comments on this and all the other episodes from the old site, but they didn't transfer over to the new site, so it makes all the back catalogs look under-appreciated. Anyway, I totally agree with your comment. It's pretty clear that Reggie Watts is a musical genius, I'm continually amazed by his ability to make up a dubstep/soul/reggae/hip-hop/whatever song on the spot that sounds better than most songs by actual bands that make those genres of music. He's also pretty funny, he and PFT really made this episode, in my opinion, the greatest CDRR/CBB episode of all time.
Posted 12 May 2012 - 08:27 AM
But that's just one part, every segment is amazing. Either Truck Bastien should come back or Paul Scheer should do another character up against Scuttlebot and ParF Topminks. The way Scheer deflected his improv responsibilities was like hearing someone discovering judo sponteneously.
Anyway, listen to this one!
Posted 18 August 2013 - 12:39 PM
I agree with everyone here, this was a great ep. Still can't tell who does a better Huell Howser, James Adomian or Dana Gould. If you dig the whole Huell parody thing Gould does a rifftrax-esque full-length commentary for "Showgirls" with Adam Carolla that is up somewhere on the internet. His Huell is less insane and more of a sexual deviant/murderer... the range this one man inspired.