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    Episode 205 — Titans of Comedy

    Jesus CHRIST, this episode fucking killed me. Everyone was fantastic and at the top of the game. Nate especially honed in his unique tone to fit with the show beautifully. Loved it.
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    Episode 203 — The Vicar of Yanks

    An assuredly delightful episode, I can't help but feel this will be.
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    Episode 202 — Philip Traumatic Seymour Disorder

    I liked this episode quite a lot! Really weird, but goddammit, that's what I love about the show. I REALLY want to see the video of an episode with Adomian. Just want to witness him standing and screaming and such.
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    Episode 201 — End Scene

    CHINA DON'T CARE, BITCH.
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    Episode 201 — End Scene

    Glad to see Glaser on here! Seems perfect for the show. I hope for a Jon Benjamin appearance in the future!
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    Call me a rock god.

    I will call you rock god from now on. OK.
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    Q: Has Sam Rockwell has ever been in a bad movie?

    I, and many other people, think Gentlemen Broncos is the pinnacle of Sam Rockwell and everyone else involved's careers. No sarcasm. Especially Rockwell. It's so goddamned stupid, and so goddamn amazing for it.
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    Time to Kill (1989)

    Alex Navarro over at Screened.com is currently underway on a year-long write-up feature titled "The Year of the Cage!" it is exactly what you think it is. This week's installation concerned a seemingly unnecessary addition in Cage's IMDB page, a small 80s joint titled Tempo di uccidere (Time to Kill.) Alex shrugged this off as if it were a mere cameo appearance or something else totally not important, but as he dug further and eventually watched the film, the man grew mystified, horrified, and downright confused. Here's the article itself (http://www.screened.com/news/year-of-the-cage-week-11-tempo-di-uccidere-time-to-kill/3550/) It is a fantastic read and clear letter of recommendation for this film to be approached on this podcast, because WHAT THE FUUUCCK. Oh, and here's the only feasible, shockingly accurate, yet poorly worded plot summary for this English Italian film: "1936, Italian army is invading Ethiopia. Lieutenant Silvestri suffering toothache decides to reach the nearest camp hospital. But the lorry has an accident and stop near a rock, so Silvestri continues by walk. On his way he meets and rapes a wonderful young Ethiopian. He also wound her when he shot to a wild animal, and later kills her to avoid further pain. When he finally reaches the hospital, he realizes he gets probably leprosy. Trying to escape from Ethiopia Silvestri will kill again. But surprises aren't still over." If that doesn't win you over, I don't know what will.
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    Episode 148 — Wipeout!

    I... I actually began crying. This episode was amazing.
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    Hopes and Dreams for The CBB TV show

    Also Alan Rickman should be the 5th member. A man can dream, right? But you're absolutely right, and Huell Howser must be the head of the robot.
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    Hopes and Dreams for The CBB TV show

    Split screen techniques to accommodate everyone in the Enigma Force Five. I want 5 James Adomians on screen at once, dammit.
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