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Posts posted by Kristi_Lynne

  1. So many laugh-out-loud moments in this episode! Thanks for introducing me to Jerrod -- hilarious and a fellow Tarheel!


    I'm working an internship with our local police department, and I cannot imagine how an officer would write up that story about the half-naked guy stealing the sword and black cat and then eating another family's food. Or how his superior could read it with a straight face.

  2. Sweet! Thanks, Julia! Not that I'm complaining about the current Jon Hamm cover at all. ;)


    Next time the insomnia strikes, I'll probably work on one for the many celebrity guests that have visited the calming shores.

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  3. I hope I'm remembering correctly that "Flat Cats" was a reference to Hoarders, so in that case it's episode 86 with Matt Paxton and Thomas Lennon. Which was a great one!


    I love any of the episodes with Patton Oswalt, especially his readings from Jason Elam's book Monday Night Jihad. I also love Jon Hamm's first and second appearances, Kaitlin Olson, TJ Miller on the County, Jay Mohr, Janet Varney and Rob Riggle. It's always nice when they have the impressionists on as themselves (Chris, Jason, James). But my all-time favorite is episode 60 with Rob McElhenney; I cue that one up whenever I'm feeling down.

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  4. Excited to learn that Jon Daly went to NC School of the Arts here in Winston-Salem, and you know my city was excited to host a segment for United Stats of America. But come on, guys! The historic community here is called Old Salem, and they are Moravians not Amish. They're not anti-technology but they are pro-sugar cake and cookies.

  5. Bruuuce! Stay strong, buddy, and don't let Kris push you out of that canoe.


    Glad to hear another weekly Wahlberg, and always glad to hear from Dan. He adds another great comic voice to the Country. And that voice was only in this episode for a few minutes so I'm not sure where the complaint is coming from. Wait a second, is this Donnie? Get back to work at Wahl-burgers!


    Jeez, Bryant Gumbel is making enemies everywhere:





    Wow, Gumbel is a real tool, idn't he?

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  6. So much fun listening to Janet chat with the brothers. I always liked her on "Dinner and a Movie," and I'm glad SF Sketchfest is having such success. Also, her RiffTrax of "The Lost Boys" is one of the best on their roster.


    I agree with Janet -- Steven needs to get the Boston Creme donut.

  7. Wait a second, Julia, just wait a second.... ;)


    Hey, if spelling bee contestants can move in with their coaches, it could happen with baby race participants. And I hope I get to see Matt Braunger's special. Viacom is having a tiff with DirecTV now, so no Comedy Central for me. Boo.

  8. I have to tell my dad about the drunken GPS story, even though I can't do the "worst driving that day" joke justice. Hi-yoooo!!


    Okay, TJ Miller, I give in -- you are a funny, funny man! I might even start to feel a little sad when your character gets chomped on by the monster in Cloverfield.

  9. So good to hear from the governor again. I hope he, Tim Gunn, and Gary Busey will go on another road trip before the summer's out.


    Congratulations on 100 shows, guys, and here's to 100 more! Been listening since the beginning and am always glad to hear of more people finding their way to your funniness. Way to stay on the right side of the Dreamcatcher!

  10. Eyyy, you made the 'cast! It's Bauer Hour! Dan Van Kirk's dramatic re-enactment of the call was brilliant


    Here's a timely Olympics-related story for the County. As John Oliver of The Bugle said, the five Olympic rings stand for Knitters Don't Play That S***.


    "U.S.O.C. Knits A Controversy"




    The United States Olympic Committee unintentionally offended thousands, if not millions, of people this week – and potentially dangerous people, too, considering they wield long, sharp sticks — when it sent a letter to a knitting Web site asking that it stop using the term ‘Ravelympics’ for a contest it planned to hold in conjunction with the London Olympics.


    “We believe using the name ‘Ravelympics’ for a competition that involves an afghan marathon, scarf hockey and sweater triathlon, among anothers, tends to denigrate the true nature of the Olympic Games,” said the U.S.O.C.’s letter to Casey Forbes, co-founder of the knitting Web site Ravelry.com. “In a sense, it is disrespectful to our country’s finest athletes and fails to recognize or appreciate their hard work.”


    The U.S.O.C.’s relationship with knitters, crocheters and yarn spinners worldwide began to unravel from there, creating a public relations fiasco less than a month before the Olympics.

  11. So good to hear Kevin and Bill. I wanted this episode to go on longer and would love to have them return. Maybe Mike could get some time off from the cheese curd factory to join them.


    I can't make fun of Vickers with ants in his pants. I made the mistake of wearing sandals in Jacksonville, NC, once and those evil insects went after my toes with a vengeance! I managed to quickly brush them off but the pain from those few bites lasted for days. It was a career-ender on par with turftoe.

  12. When I saw the photos, I thought "Mark Wahlberg versus Owen Wilson?" But no, it was Dan and Chris being themselves which was even better! I love the County episodes; they're just long enough to last my commute to school every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. I definitely need the laugh before my three-hour math class. Thanks, guys!

  13. I guess I'm in the minority of not loving this episode. Danielle reminded me of those sorority sisters at football games in their cocktail dresses and heels who don't give a toss about what's happening on the field. Which was confirmed when she didn't know what "First and 10" means. Would have rather had a bye week with the brothers out of town, but some time in Sklarbro Country is better than none.