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    Episode 283 β€” The 5th Anniversary Show!

    Did the math, and it's pretty likely that Scott has generated that many laughs. 5,000,000 divided by 285 episodes equals 17,543 laughs. So at least 17,543 people would have had to download each episode and laugh at least once during each episode to get to five million laughs. It's probably closer to 50 or 100 million laughs.
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    Episode 7 β€” A Crazy Moment in Phishtory

    Maybe this could be a nice compromise for Scott: https://soundcloud.com/itsoverture/bouncing-around-the-room-its-overture-edit
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    Episode 98 β€” A Wordy MΓ©nage

    Chance that Chris Brown goes down on Rihanna? 0.0000%
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    Popeye (1980)

    The 1980 adaptation of the 1930's cartoon about an ornery sailor. Here's a few wonderful facts about this film. Directed by the legendary Robert Altman and produced by the incomparable Robert Evans, who got into fistfights on the set Written by the satirical cartoonist Jules Feiffer Robin Williams at one of the peaks of his popularity The forearm prostethics The abandoned child Shelly Duvall in the role she was fucking born to play Ray Walston as his hate-filled father The singing Sweethaven, a mind-boggling amalagam of Kafka, 19th century aesthetics, and 70's set design Strange racial undertones amongst the supporting characters The fact that it was an allegory for Vanderbilt's control of steamboat transportation in New York, with Sweethaven standing in for Staten Island. Animatronic octopus Backflips BACKFLIPS This trailer captures the madness: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zruD3vzHxu0
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    Holiday Special with PFT

    I think the whole trio got worried about how "off-the-rails" the show got, but they went so far off the rails, they got onto a new set of rails that were equally awesome. Wonderful cap to the end of the year, and a great way to support the show. Missed opportunity, though, talking about Gucci Mane and not discussing the tattoo on his FACE of an ICE CREAM CONE SURROUNDED BY LIGHTNING BOLTS. [attachment=12179,322]
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    Episode 53 β€” Ace of Baritone

    That Out Cold story almost made me weep with happiness. It sounded like a beautiful dream. Also, continue with the quizzes! Yes! Santa Monica Boulevard, Mister Brody Stevens! Positivity!
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    Winter Quiz!

    Let's play Howie's winter quiz at home! List 5 movies set in a winter climate. Which one do you think no one else will list? Which one will other people list? Try not to look at other people's posts before you reply. Other lists: It's A Wonderful Life Scrooged The Santa Clause All the Beautiful Girls No one else's list: Hanna
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    Episode 5 β€” Analyze Phish Episode 3

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    Episode 5 β€” Analyze Phish Episode 3

    This ep was astounding. "Hairy Hood" was actually listenable, and I think Harris is finally matching up the right excerpts with Scott's musical sensibilities. Adam Scott and Cowboy Mouth stories eased the tension, making it easier to get through Scott's recalcitrance and Harris' reluctant defense of Phish. I cannot wait to listen to the NYC show.
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    Episode 131 β€” Honorary Mayor of Hollywood

    Jason Mantzoukas plays angry like very few comedians can. I honestly get a little scared while laughing at him. Also, Scott, thank you so much for the Spaceballs theme. I watched that movie twenty times as a kid, and from the opening chords, I knew it immediately, and it made me very happy.
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    Favorite character catchphrases

    Johnny, the fact that you were able to perfectly transcribe that onomatopoeia really made me happy. Personally, while I love PFT's repetition of his name, I love "I'm in my transtche" even more.
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    What Am I Thinking?

    I have to vigorously vote in favor of WAIT. Combine frivolous frustration, Scott's insistence, and very confused comedians, and you get one hell of a game.
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    Episode 67 β€” Hard High Five

    No shame in that! Legal zoom! On the real tip, Sklars, you must write that posse book. Coffee tables across the country await your knowledge (especially those of the wandering, locked-out NBA players). Of course, Maria was amazing.
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    Episode 65 β€” Gumballs to the Wall

    Nash crushed it in this episode. His vision of Gumbel as a psychotic sadist is hilarious, and I look forward to hearing more of it.
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    Episode 128 β€” Coach? Coach? Coach?

    Scott tends to take "yes and..." to an uncomfortable extent, which creates great comedy. But even he was hesitant about another rap battle ("really?"); his improv instinct forced him to play along. Unless it's someone who actually raps (Gelman, Daly, Kremer, etc.), let's put a temporary moratorium on rap battles.