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randman21

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  1. I was also waiting on this one. But I wasn't expecting it to top "The Wit and Wisdom of the West"! Every second of this episode was gold. I've been listening to Sean Conroy on "The Longshot" since 2011, but I somehow didn't realize how brilliant this guy is. I stopped listening when Eddie Pepitone left, but I think it's time to pay it another visit.
  2. I've found my first problem with this podcast, and it's a big one. Lately, I've been falling behind on my podcasts, so I have over 30 episodes of various shows that I need to get to. But after "The Wit and Wisdom of the West," I have no desire to listen to any of them. Is the rest of my podcast feed suddenly irrelevant? Hope this is temporary.
  3. When I downloaded this, I had no idea who was in it besides Andy. I can't express the joy I felt upon hearing PFT's famous background laugh. As for the episode, I can't say anything that hasn't already been said. Simply amazing. Loooong, but never a single weak moment. Matt and Andy seem to suggest that every episode won't be 2+ hours, but you'd make me a very happy man if they were.
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    Yo Earwolves!

    I just read that email and had to come post. It's a good thing I never use my brain when I internet anyway, because it most certainly 'sploded when I got to the part about Never Not Funny. I was genuinely not expecting to be blown away, but here I am, blown away. I've never actually heard NNF before, because it wasn't free (I'm a terrible person), but I've always wanted to, so I can't wait to finally check it out. Starting 2014 with Jimmy Pardo and Andy Daly...how can it get any better?
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    Episode 41 — Teach Me How To Skittle

    I haven't got the chance to listen yet, but I'm elated to see Andy Kindler back so soon. I enjoyed that last episode too much.
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    Episode 41 — Teach Me How To Skittle

    I haven't got the chance to listen yet, but I'm elated to see Andy Kindler back so soon. I enjoyed that last episode too much.
  7. The Sklar Bros is the most correct answer here. I'd also love to hear Nick Swardson, or Bill Burr.
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