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Everything posted by GregJ.Hansen

  1. If I ever cross paths with Matt I'll be sure to mention that I love his work when I'm completely sober.
  2. I don't even know where I am in the second/third/fourth/etc. lineup, but my picks: Weird Al Reggie Watts Eugene Mirman Patton Oswalt Tom Scharpling Frank Conniff (seriously, why hasn't TV's Frank made the transition to Podcasting's Frank? I know he does stuff with a variety of friends of Earwolf already)
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    Episode 89 β€” Bacarri Breezer

    Tony Hale's tons of fun, and it sounds like he's familiar with the show, too! It's always nice when a guest calls back to something from a previous episode. He definitely did not poop the glove on this one. Van Morrison should not be allowed near cell phones, though...
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    Episode 47 β€” Hey Redundancy

    This episode involved a lot of my toddler muscles. I had a goo-good time, despite the fact I'm listening to it in April. Also, there was a Three Musketeers adaptation released in 1992. It was animated, done by a studio that makes a lot of films using public domain sources, often on the heels of successful adaptations by other studios.
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    Episode 46 β€” Margaret and Al

    I've been a fan of Pepitone since I saw him in the 'Cartoon Dump' show at the Steve Allen Theater. Is there a name for us Pepitone fans (a la 'chartists')? I propose "Pepitoners". One of the best eps!
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    Girl Stuff

    So, what, sort of an Analyze Phish Food podcast?
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    Episode 39 β€” Transvaginal Mesh

    I kinda misheard Howard when they were talking about Maroon 5 but now I want to adopt the persona of "Taints McJagger". Zanks, Ibitha!
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    Episode 38 β€” The Return of Suit McGoo

    I got a SnΓΌki at Ikea, it keeps all my silverware organized!
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    Episode 70 β€” Daddy Issues

    //This episode was tough to get through, what with Wee-Wee's constant fainting episodes!// Huzzah for the Magnetic Fields. I need to get the new album. You were a few off, the previous album you were talking about is "69 Love Songs" and is a 3-disc affair (see what I did there?) Stephen Merritt is rather prolific and has a few side projects, including one with Daniel Handler, who is probably better known under his alias "Lemony Snicket", the author of the macabre Series of Unfortunate Events books. In fact, Merritt and Handler's collaboration, The Gothic Archies, is an album of songs inspired by the books. Fun Edward Gorey-esque stuff. I can't wait to pick up my wolf tickets for Drump Street!
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    Episode 148 β€” Wipeout!

    This episode was legen ...wait for it... tacular.
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    Episode 33.5 β€” Minisode 33.5

    //I think Mark Nash is just upset because they're going to be making fun of his brother next week.// (Those //'s are the punctuation I invented to denote sarcasm, use them as you like!) Anyway, I will plug something else since plugs are awesome and plugs plugs plugs Check out the AV Club's write-up on Pluto Nash for more perspective! -- http://www.avclub.com/articles/eddie-murphys-sleepy-years-case-file-171-the-adven,45131/ I haven't seen this movie except for clips but it just seems interminable. Good luck, all!
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    Episode 37 β€” Guest Vocalist: Ben Garant

    "Lost It" Moment: "How does your book help maids?"
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    Episode 64 β€” Rolling In The Deep

    This episode was chart brass! I'm a longtime aficionado of Japanese/Chinese/Korean pop culture, so I always get excited when they make an appearance, ever since the "Winter Fairy" song way back in the beginning of the podcast. After the disappointingly Gaga-heavy Japanese chart from a while ago, the K-pop chart delivered. If the rotating leader mechanism in T-ara was fascinating to anyone, I'd recommend looking up Hello! Project, which is a massive J-pop outfit responsible for the long-running Morning Musume group, which features a similar almost collegiate atmosphere, with new singers being recruited every year, group leaders, sub-groups, graduations, and bands made up of post-graduate members. http://en.wikipedia....i/Hello_project http://en.wikipedia..../Morning_Musume I like the idea of "retro" charts as mentioned above, it could be a fun way to tie things into the guests even more, maybe pull up Billboard charts for a guest's birth day/year... we did something like this at my office once and had a big day-long goof-off where we played the Billboard #1 songs from our birth weeks.