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  1. GloriaDrewArt

    #CBB500 T-Shirt Giveaway!

    Like everyone else here, CBB has meant a lot to me. I got hooked two years ago when my roommate started insisting that I listen to something called "Time Bobby" ….and from that point on, I've been living in an amazing, expanded universe of characters and jokes that I've truly treasured. Just as a weird anecdote… my personal favorite CBB memory came out of the episode "Absolutely Mandatory," when Scott, Zouks and Thomas Middleditch were talking about Montell Jordan, and discovered that he now worked at Victory World Church in Atlanta. It was an odd, random fact that normally wouldn't have made an impression…. except CBB tends to produce these little earworms in my brain that invariably pop up later…. …. cue a couple months later… I'm a barista and working my typical morning weekend shift. As usual, I'm serving this group of regulars I see every Sunday, who, incidentally, always wear these large lanyards that I've never really investigated. For whatever reason, this Sunday, I looked down to actually read the lanyards, and they all say in giant blue letters: "Victory World Church." Some alarm in my brain goes off, and after a few minutes of prepping lattes and accessing the recesses of my memory, I remember that CBB episode… and turn to ask one of the Victories: "Hey. Weird question….um… do you guys…. does Montell Jordan go to your church?" Their faces immediately lit up- "Pastor Montell? Oh yeah! Yeah, he's wonderful! Why?" Kind of floored, I try to explain- "Oh! Wow….that's awesome! This podcast I listen to was talking about… Pastor… Montell Jordan, and your church came up in the conversation…" Triple the excitement and face lighting- "REALLY?? Was it NPR?!" "Oh. Um… no. No, it wasn't NPR. It's called Comedy Bang Bang...?" They had no idea what I was talking about, but were still very nice and invited me to come to one of their services later that day. I'm not particularly religious but I am very curious about most things (and did feel kinda bad about the NPR bit) so I went. Turns out, I had forgotten- thanks to some kind of coping-mechanism-shutdown-mode- that it was the first Sunday since the election…. and so found myself, due to several odd coincidences and being able to count on Scott to heighten even a basic, "What's your favorite song?" question…. listening to Montell Jordan talk about how to process last November and how to move forward. So, basically, thank you Comedy Bang Bang for not only 500 amazing episodes but also for being the catalyst to some very cathartic social-political therapy. Sincerely, I love this show.
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    Episode 167 - Chopping Mall: LIVE!

    I have to agree actually….. and I'm speaking as someone who genuinely ADORES this show… but this episode was difficult to get through. More than anything it was hard to shake the feeling that, charm notwithstanding, Jason's comments throughout seemed pretty similar to the director's…. and I get that being the Rack Focus guy is Jason's thing and he's always been a favorite of mine (even in this episode- that Robert/Paul/Ross/Steven Lost Boy's rollcall had me in tears)…. but between all the tits talk, coupled with the high-waist-pants PSA….. it just … … it didn't feel right. Or fair. Or kind. Or fun. It left the same kind of feeling the Clark Kellyson episode did, actually…. just overly reductive of women. Or at least, possessive over their appearance. That said, again, the rollcall bit was brilliant. And I LOVED the realization that the autoshop couple genuinely thought they were financially responsible for the mall's damage. Fan. Tastic. Oh. And June is a hero.
  3. double post anddd i don't even know if it's kosher to post stuff like this here (?? ^^), but I couldn't stop thinking about this episode all day at work so once i finally got home, i had to get something out about it-
  4. p.s. strictly on the aural quality, if Nick Kroll and Pete Holmes had a kid, it would be Steve Agee. Fantastic guest.
  5. American Girl Bra. American. Girl. Bra. 100% choked on air.
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    Episode 139 - Simply Irresistible

    This movie just reaffirms for me how good Disney's Paperman short is.
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    Episode 131 - The Covenant

    Fairly certain the reigning champion of Nailing Puberty is Joseph Gordon Levitt, with a solid runner up in Jay R. Ferguson.
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    EPISODE 118 - Furious 7: LIVE

    with all the ambiguity surrounding her ability to remember the other movies, it is now my headcanon that June is the Michelle Rodrigez of the How Did This Get Furious group
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    What guest do you want to see?

    Patton please!!
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    My wish is for Jason and Scott to use their collective improvisational genius and help me figure out/execute a plan for how to get to Copenhagen for Christmas.