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    Episode 150 — Time Bobby

    I listened to this throughout yesterday and finished in the early evening. Loved it. Then, I woke up this morning and realized "Dear Lord, they didn't have the 'What's Up, Hotdog?' Memorial Plugs!" What does that say about me? Anyway, another stellar episode.
  2. The Condemned, The Condemned, The Condemned.
  3. Fred Stoller. Morgan Murphy. Michaels Ian Black or Showalter.
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    Episode 142 — Popcorn.com

    Jesus Christ people. And I thought I was a self-important asshole who gave unsolicited opinions too freely. Didn't realize so many people had taken Charna Halpern's "Improv Podcasting Analysis 398" course.
  5. Starting next week I'll be taking over for Craig Ferguson as host of the Late Late Show!
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    Episode 56 - Finish On Your Face

    Amazing episode, maybe the best yet. Everyone was on point, and we could tell you were enjoying yourselves. And what is it about a Nick Kroll appearance that seems to define a podcast? He's at the end of every Earwolf show, at the beginning of every WTF, AND I have a feeling we may see some "Finish On Our Faces" or "The Panda & The Pandemic" T-shirts soon. Love the show, listen to every episode, and I look forward to another year of chartmancing.
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    Episode 54 — False Chart

    Love the show. Listen to every episode when it comes out. Have listened to every episode! One of the best podcasts. Keeps me updated on music and movies. Howard is great as a host. I'm sure Brody is a great guy and a good friend. Don't know his stand-up too well. Now then... How do I put this... Well, how bout this... FDR was President 3 times, and no one else had done it more than twice. Then he went for a 4th term,got it, and... things went badly for him. What I'm trying to say is, Please don't have Brody back ever again.
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    Episode 4 — improv4humans

    This show was amazing. The entire time I was listening to it, I was either thinking that A. It was awesome, B. I need to start an improv group here in Central Illinois, or C. I need to go on the Earwolf forums to let everyone know that it's great so there will be more episodes. My opinion is very influential, and it pleases me to use it for good. Also, I didn't recognize my suggestion until the very end, when Matt started naming names, I was like "Oh shit, is that what that tweet I sent was for? Did he even see it?" And to think that last night I was worried about my future in the comedy business!
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    Episode 1.3 — Meet the Podcasts: Day 3

    Matt, thank you for validating my hatred of Robot Chicken.
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    Episode 107 — Maybe It's Maybelline

    OK, I'm now confident that this is my favorite episode of this or any podcast. Everything about it is great: it flows seamlessly, it's hilarious, and everyone interacts very well. John Mulaney is my new hero. And Nick Kroll. And Hot Saucerman.
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    I'd also like to add that Angelina Jolie's performance, while widely lauded, was completely ridiculous. The big hook of the movie was this was a wrongly accused woman, but she was accused of being insane, and acted fucking insane! Every scene with her was just her with a wide-eyed insane stare. I know when a movie stars Angelina Jolie, it's not a big mystery how it got made, and this was pretty widely praised, but I think that the critical eye of the HDTGM staff will find plenty of fodder for podcast humor.
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    What have you learned?

    If what you want doesn't exist, you have to create it. If you create something you would love, other people will love it, too. But you'll never get rich doing that! Which is probably good, now that I think about it.
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    Episode 110 - Thumbs Yes!

    Hilarious episode. I always love the improvisations, but you could really feel the decisions Paul was making with his character ("Can I confess something?"), and it was hilarious. Not that I know shit.
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    Am I the only one who thought this movie was AWFUL?! And completely insane! If everyone who watched it wasn't constantly reminding themselves "Well, this IS based on a true story...", there is no way anyone would be able to believe a single scene! Not an exaggeration! !!!