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  1. Oktoberfest-beers make my boner best, here!---JAAAAAAZZ
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    Episode 332 - David Sedaris, Our Storytelling Friend

    Probably up there in or around their top ten episodes ever, along with the Tom Scharpling episodes.
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    Episode 320 - Felicia Day, Our Close Friend

    Sean's criticism about people testifying about the real world on Twitter broke my heart.
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    Episode 300 - Moshe Kasher, Our Comic-Con Friend

    If it helps, "The Big Apple Bible" and the original Moshe Kasher Comic-con episode, both of which have 'dem boys weaving a story while laughing at themselves, and relishing friendship, is how I fell in love with Hollywood Handbook. You guys make me so happy, that I cannot express it adequately. I Just signed up as a patreon of The Flagrant Ones, in support of y'all, and because of your boost to James Adomian's new podcast.
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    Episode 299 - Natalie Morales, Our Storytelling Friend

    Agreed. More often than not they are what brightens my day,
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    Advice Needed

    "I mightas well be drinking rotten grapes that have been stomped on by poorly paid immigrants with even mo' po' podiatrists and/or pedicure girls." This breaks my heart a little... "Pure and purerer, I am the Scott who is sure and sure and surrey I am going to kill spell check before this end credit sequence puts on sequins and ends this movie: THE RIDE THE COUPON THE REFERENCE THE MISTER THE SHOW:" Thank you. Also, I loved Ghosted.
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    first time caller

    Share Earwolf Podcasts with your family?
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    Episode 299 - Natalie Morales, Our Storytelling Friend

    If Natalie Morales dislikes free speech so much, she should probably avoid throwing around slander... ...or am I misunderstanding her generalizing of Joe Rogan having 'racist' people on his show? Edit: Don't misunderstand. Natalie is very charming, which makes it all the more off-putting when she (or others) make accusations akin to people who would call humans 'illegal.' She is casting a wide net over Joe Rogan and using 'racist' as a pejorative to write off a group of people as invalid in their existence, because she doesn't seem to like the color of their words...
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    Episode 290 - James Adomian, Our Close Friend

    "It was Emma..." "...Smoky..." Smoky...Binanu(?)...and King Koopa..." Episode 79 - Teaser Freezer: Bottom of the 9th If the opportunity never comes up to shake y'alls hands in person, this means the world.
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    Advice Needed

    I still haven't gotten sick of The Big Apple Bible, so....
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    Episode 293 - Alyssa Limperis, Our Moms Friend

    Dem boys have the guts to talk politics. Why not work with Limperis and/or Adomian on something?
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    Episode 297 - Tom Scharpling, Our Returning Friend

    Scharpling never fails to crack me up, even if he is in league to try and take Sean out, sometimes.
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    Episode 290 - James Adomian, Our Close Friend

    I have been trying to express gratitude where it is most poignant for me, and seems most needed. I hope this can reach Sean and Hayes at some point, but I went through a 'give-up-on-life' depression that (still) does not seem that long ago (about a year ago), that podcasts pulled me out of. Much more emphatically, Hollywood Handbook's Sean Clements, Hayes Davenport, Tom Scharpling, and even Engineers Brett Morris and Chef Kevin, (more recently - Engineer Jordan) -- by way of Comedy Bang! Bang! --pulled me out of that depression. It breaks my heart to recently hear episodes where they are *still jokingly* trying to come up with a way to 'salvage' their show. Their impact on my life has been invaluable. I would not ask them to continue a show they don't seem to like anymore, but I hope they find something they do like, because they have become my favorite active comedians. For completeness sake: I thoroughly enjoy Scott Aukerman and Comedy Bang Bang. I love him all the more for introducing me to and trying to help (for a time) 'dem flagrant boys. And THANK YOU SO MUCH Sean and Hayes for highlighting James Adomian's new podcast!
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    Episode 546 - 69 Show Pitches

    "Pussycat Dolls are goo-goo for the Goo Goo Dolls, doll" Even though I now know they stole all this from Engineer Brett, perhaps they should revisit this one.
  15. Despite Scootie Cutie Hayes, Hollywood Handbook's Numbers are Days-ed (Days are numbered?...hmmm...)