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    Episode 206 - Little Italy

    When Nikki and Lay-O were kids they appeared to be roughly the same age. But as grownups there is an obvious age gap between the two. And in fact Emma Roberts is 10 years younger than Hayden Christensen.
  2. Last night I had a nightmare that HH has ended, no joke. A world without Hollywood Handbook is truly a Dark Universe.
  3. The live action/cartoon remake of "Mary Poppins" should be one where the humans are animated and the dancing penguins are real penguins.
  4. Here's a Be My Mommy card for Kevins who have diverse taste in mothers and would like them to look like Muttley.
  5. From Paramount Theatre: Ticket information here.
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    Sherry's Berries Code to support Dem Boyz!?!?!!

    I got the code from the episode description of the Drew Tarver ep. Until Sean and Hayes change their promo codes to daboyz, it is safe to assume that active Hollywood Handbook promo codes are going to be some form of the show's name. When I signed up for Stitcher Premium, I didn't want to go through ep descriptions to look for a promo code so I guessed. Took 3 tries. I think it was "handbook".
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    Sherry's Berries Code to support Dem Boyz!?!?!!

    It's HOLLYWOODHANDBOOK.
  8. From the Night Cream ep. of Making History. It's good that the people on the show wants real time feedback on whether they are giving good meetings. Some people can't deal with getting a tap on the back while they are giving meetings. This is a great ASMR video. [media=''] [/media]
  9. Good morning fellow HH bro...ccoli. I was so hoping that HH would be on this week's Podmass, and it is! Hopefully the 1-3 punch of Paul F. Tompkins, Podmass and Rebecca Bulnes' glowing and enthusiastic review will bring in more listeners. On the latest CBB ep,, Scott described Kevin's photo-taking as creepy. They also played Would You Rather?, so no leftovers for the ants. Love the detail of the boys not letting Kevin listen to podcasts about "creepy murders" because they give Kevin nightmares. More avian-based comedy from Sean in Harry's ad. I'm glad to see the return of Santaman and his new broletariat, Howie. Surprised to see that they posted pics of Calling Anderson, an illegal immigrant who stowed away underneath Queen Elizabeth's skirts, who is a Lies of Locke Lamora type king of pickpockets, and who hates music. Engineer Cody, like Ivanka Trump, is
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    Episode 182 - Doing Spont, Our Close Friend

    I'm so glad to see the influx of new peeps at the HH forum. Dalton's member title is Forum Boy. He gets it. This ep. is masterful. I don't know much about improv, but if the boys breaking the rule by touching their tongues to the mic has taught me anything, it's that rules can be broken if u r good. You have to be very good at improv to do bad improv. Like, you have to be v. skillful to work with "no, uh...". Other random thoughts: - Sean: We're not allowed to have music on the show anymore anyway. Paul: I heard. I know Paul is an advocate of HH. It's still nice to hear first hand that he listens to the show. - Sean seems drawn to bird humor. There is Sean's owl--which knocked on a door and spoke--in this episode and in previous eps we have: 1. Condor stealing peaches 2. Hayes being stuck in a tree and fighting with a bird 3. Owl in a Howl ad 4. Sean teaching birds to steal - Cody wants agency in his relationship with the boys. So that handsome boy belongs to Sean. I thought he couldn't be Paul's, since he's not 3 corgwn. Also, Sean and Bosch have the same smile. From Variety, "'Hollywood Movie Night With Karlie Kloss,' will feature Kloss and her friends offering commentary as they watch movies. The show is executive produced by Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner of Hazy Mills Productions ..." For a second there I thought Sean and Hayes' Hollywood Handbook alter egos have taken over the host bodies and are producing a show about supermodels watching Hollywood movies at night.
  11. "Oh my god, he just pulled Pete away! I'm alone! I'm alone!" I find Mike's distress at Munoz dragging Pete off by his legs oddly sweet and touching.
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    Episode 180 - Mikal Cronin, Our Close Music

    Check out the hepcats from Sean and the Clementines. They are the bees' knees.
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    When Did Seank Win That Queefing Contest?

    It's the Erin Whitehead ep., #89.
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    Episode 175 - Dan Lippert, Our Oscars Friend

    Hwee hwee hwee hwee.
  15. I am convinced. Your argument is airtight. ETA: Speaking of Hollywood Elite Marriages, and court cases, Sean's bride is a beautiful lawyer, so this makes Sean the George Clooney of comedy
  16. Re: Carrie-Anne Moss putting a ring on Hayes. Let's talk about this. There's no better time than Valentine's Day to pry into the private lives of entertainers. At the start of the Do Ugh Boys (TM Eggs) podcast, Hayes referred to his significant other as girlfriend, and by the end of the show "my girlfriend" had become "my wife". So I think Carrie-Ann Moss is now Carrie-Ann Moss-Davenport. But I can't find any mention of their nuptials in the New York Times. I had thought that if u r white upper middle class, you have to have one of those cringeworthy and unintentionally hilarious wedding announcements in the NYT, or else ur marriage won't be recogized in the eyes of god and law. So glad that our clean boys gave us advice on taking a shower. I've tried many things for my dry hair: cold water, hair masques, argan oil etc. But it seems like the the one thing that's missing from my shower routine is a sawed-off shotgun. This is the kind of insider beauty tip you can't get from basic how-to-shower vdeos like this one: [media=''] [/media]
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    Episode 171 - Chris Bannon, Our Close Boss

    I can't wait to hear about Hayes and Sean's trip to the D.C. Also excited that Chris Bannon--content ninja/truth warrior and the man that inspired Chriscore--is in the studio. But I hope he hadn't beat Sean up in order to hurt Hayes.
  18. Hayes and Sean blew me away with their creativity. They took the lemon of the hosts not being in the same city and turned it into Cloverfield. It's not enough to just come up with a fantastic concept, you have to have the skills to deliver a coherent story. The boys did it by tying Wendigabrus to previous episodes and the various participants' characters. It's believable that Wengert will try to out Gabrus Gabrus. We know from the Brandon Content episode that Wengert gets too into stuff. It makes sense that Hayes is the one chasing the Wengert-turned-berserker since Sean is scared of monsters. The best horror stories are not just about monsters. They are about people, their relationships with each other, and their hopes and aspirations. And sure enough, in this ep. we learn that Gabrus is not as working-class as he presents himself ("Hayes Davenport is dealing out who's fucking blue-collar and who's not?!"), that communications-wise, the relationship between Sean and Hayes is unbalanced, and that nobody is content with the current state of their careers and they are hustling, but not to the point where they view people like an opportunistic Terminator. Speaking of horror, the D.A.N.A plot in the ziprecruiter ad is unsettling, like a Bradbury story. The boys should write a horror movie.
  19. Siiigh, yeah. The creator has professed her love of Jess/Nick so that isn't going away. I generally don't find heterosexual romantic stories interesting, and Jess and Nick's vibe to me has always read as sibling-like, so their coupledom is also vaguely, unpleasantly, incestuous to me. Winston has been on fire lately. I actually like Amy and Jake and Rosa and Adrian Pimento. I think it helps that the show doesn't put a lot of focus on romance. I also hope that Eleanor and Chidi gets together on The God Place. They would make a hot couple. Or even better, Eleanor and Tahani and Chidi.
  20. I have taken 3 years of college Japanese--where oral exams are part of the curriculum--taught by native Japanese speakers, and except for 2 'B's, have gotten all 'A's. Obviously, that is no comparison to someone who has lived in Japan for years, but I'm also not someone who taught myself Japanese so I can read scanned untranslated manga online. Since Paul has trouble even pronouncing "Louise", an attempt at correctly pronouncing "fu" would probably kill him. So I just transcribed what I think sounds the closest to the correct pronunciation. Here's a native Japanese speaker saying furikake a bunch of times. [media=''] [/media] For the curious, here's a that teachers you how to say "fu", and here's with native Japanese speakers saying "ri". PS. I know I sound crazy defensive, but I'm really not. Cam Bert is a good tamago, and I don't mind his corrections.
  21. Just the regular kind with the milk chocolate, Mr. Moneybags.
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