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Ted

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  1. A delightful episode (as usual). Thanks (as always) for the improv. I want to praise Matt's handling of the "debate" segment at the back end of the episode. It's brilliant and PROFOUNDLY satisfying, like extracting a splinter or popping a zit. Not only does Matt break down key improv concepts with honesty, humor and depth, but he also breaks down his guest in the same way: with clarity and unflinching playfulness. The dramatic structure (and the execution) of the debate segment itself provides compelling proof of Matt's abilities. Thanks Matt, you made my day.
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    Episode 35 — Oceans

    Holy moly this was a fantastic episode. Brilliant harmonies.
  3. Cruel, rowdy and hilarious. Loved it.
  4. Ted

    Episode 3 — Gelmania

    Love it. Intense. There's a wonderfully winning shit-eating-grinningness to Brett's declamatory incantations.
  5. The rap battles are bettering my life. THANK YOU.
  6. I'd be delighted to hear you guys interacting with any of the following guests : Tom Scharpling Neal Brennan Michelle BIloon Eddie Pepitone Maria Bamford
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    Episode 20 — Sexual Attraction

    This might be my favorite episode yet. Thanks guys. I think a lot of us would pay for an album full of Kyle's riddles.
  8. Ted

    Episode 20 — Sexual Attraction

    This might be my favorite episode yet. Thanks guys. I think a lot of us would pay for an album full of Kyle's riddles.
  9. Congratulations to Totally Laime and to Earwolf. This series has been great fun and highly informative, and I hope Scott and Jeff use it as a model of what makes Earwolf so powerful. Their willingness to experiment has created a series with a captivating sense of urgency. For me, that urgency isn't really derived from the "horse race"; instead, for me, the really fascinating thing was listening to highly skilled judges analyze and speak about an art form that they themselves participate in. That criticality has allowed me to better appreciate the nuances of this art form, kind of like hearing an artist talk about a painting. Matt Besser's hosting style is remarkable, he managed to maintain a sense of playfulness while also speaking in a highly transparent, self-aware and honest way. That balance of playfulness and self-reflexivity is at the core of my favorite Earwolf programs, and I suspect it's the quaility that makes this network seem unique.
  10. Congratulations to Totally Laime and to Earwolf. This series has been great fun and highly informative, and I hope Scott and Jeff use it as a model of what makes Earwolf so powerful. Their willingness to experiment has created a series with a captivating sense of urgency. For me, that urgency isn't really derived from the "horse race"; instead, for me, the really fascinating thing was listening to highly skilled judges analyze and speak about an art form that they themselves participate in. That criticality has allowed me to better appreciate the nuances of this art form, kind of like hearing an artist talk about a painting. Matt Besser's hosting style is remarkable, he managed to maintain a sense of playfulness while also speaking in a highly transparent, self-aware and honest way. That balance of playfulness and self-reflexivity is at the core of my favorite Earwolf programs, and I suspect it's the quaility that makes this network seem unique.
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