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Hot - Slunch

Member Since 31 Jan 2012
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In Topic: My movie riff - SoWellRed

Yesterday, 11:12 AM

Bump for a new riff!

My American Cousin is a 1985 Canadian movie about a 12 year old Canadian girl in the '50s. Things get wild when her American cousin shows up for the summer! See the uncontrollable urges in action, passing references to Elvis to remind you it's the '50s, and a handsome American cousin with a Canadian accent!

My American Cousin (1985)




Sound should be better this time around, since I was working with .aiff instead of .mp3 and a better windscreen... And by better, I mean a windscreen. The joke density is lessened considerably from the Northstar riff. I still went solo on this one, but production values will be much more interesting in the coming riffs.

In Topic: Episode 144 — LIVE from the Del Close Marathon 16 Pt. 1

27 July 2014 - 02:28 PM

Chad Carter is a funny ass dude. One of my favorites on the show.

In Topic: Episode 300 — Oh, Golly! You Devil

22 July 2014 - 08:27 AM

Absolutely amazing. I stayed up until the episode was released, saw the lineup and knew it would be a potential GOAT episode. I debated pulling an all-nighter to listen, but instead waited until last night to listen. It was the only podcast to ever have made me make shocked facial expressions. The twists! The turns! The limericks!

I've been a staunch Andi Callahan R.N. supporter from the start, and was hoping for a return. I knew Cactus Tony got some of his meds from Andi!

I'm not going to say I called it, but I kind of called it.

In Topic: Episode 208 — Spider On The Calming Shores

20 July 2014 - 07:12 PM

Good episode. Salley was a nice change of pace. Hopefully he comes back and other NBA players make their way over.

In Topic: Episode 143 — Gameface

20 July 2014 - 03:47 PM

The way Matt opened that cooking scene was a little like the Ian Roberts/Matt Walsh sketch from 'Infested With Friars' episode of the UCB show. I love that incredibly drawn out over-explanation.

I haven't seen much of Neil, but I feel like he has that same kind of thing in him that Lennon Parham and Mookie do; where he'll just go into a strong character choice right off the bat in a scene. Funny stuff.