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DanEngler

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  1. 14 minutes ago, unbirthdaygirl said:

    Almost a year ago, I went to see the live show in Portland, OR with the film 222. I am a pretty regular listener of the podcast and have been really confused as to why this episode has never aired. I check in every week to see what the movie is and what it will be the following week so I am sure I didn't miss it. And I can find no information on why it never came out. I was even starting to think maybe I had imagined it, but I have the shirt from that show. Baby Fight! Anyone know why? Thank you!

    They have a large number of live shows in reserve. This week's episode is Swordfish, which was recorded live in Denver on August 25, 2018.


  2. 14 minutes ago, Silk Cut Graham said:

    Hello - new to posting here! 

    Google as i might, I can't find anywhere online that tells me what episode it is where someone does a thing about their job doing the backing vocals in a karaoke bar - they go on to sing JUST the backing vocals for Colour Me Badd's 'I wanna sex you up'. 

    Can anyone tell me which episode this was or at least which character? I heard it in one of the 'best of' episodes but i can't remember what year. 

     

    Thank you!

    It's #237 Filipino Blockbuster with Eugene Cordero playing Tito Ben.


  3. 44 minutes ago, Stewart M said:

    Anyone else find it odd that the hero of the movie is a cop whose only job is to execute (aka retire) people he determines are not actually human? Don’t mean to get political, but as I was rewatching it during the riots it definitely stood out. 

    Griffin Newman (of The Tick and the great movie podcast Blank Check) started something of a movement among actors who have played cops and, in doing so, helped normalized cop-as-hero narratives. It's heartening to see them contribute to the cause.

    29 minutes ago, sycasey 2.0 said:

    That's not something I can defend logically, just by saying that no other movie really FEELS like Blade Runner feels, with the kind of atmosphere (created by the music and visuals) that washes over you and makes you want to linger within the world it creates.

    100%, which is why I also love Blade Runner 2049. To me, the slow sequences that Amy called out are gorgeous and meditative.


  4. 9 minutes ago, Teambeck said:

    Speaking of the Lil sleeping guy, where can we see the fan art? I could not find it anywhere. 

    You can find them if you search Twitter and/or Instagram for the hashtag #lilsleepinguy. Be aware, however, that there are some things that you can never unsee.

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  5. 1 hour ago, royboymukbang said:

    this episode link is broken now :( have been trying to relisten and it's the one episode that doesn't work. "this episode is no longer available from the content provider. You do not have permission to access the requested resource" help earwolf

    Episodes older than six months are only available on Stitcher Premium. If you sign up at stitcher.com/premium using the promo code IMPROV, you'll get a month free.


  6. 21 minutes ago, muttnik said:

    I have no idea how I keep making my replies so janky. 😶

    I think it's because you have the Grammarly browser extension installed, which has a habit of doing bad things to forum formatting. I fixed your post from earlier.

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  7. 1 hour ago, Desolate ploy said:

    I used to be able to download free episodes last year on my home computer, but it seems to be no longer the case. Also tried Itunes but can';t seem to make that work either. any help appreciated

    Click the Share (arrow) button in the upper right corner of the player embedded on the episode page. There should be a download option in the menu. If you don't see those buttons, try using a different browser or temporarily disabling your ad blocker.


  8. 1 hour ago, grudlian. said:

    Are we still able to download recent episodes? I tried on the earwolf website and the download buttons don't seem to work for me. I'm willing to chalk this up to me being stupid but I'm not sure why it's not working.

    The "Download" links have been broken since Earwolf switched to Omny for hosting, which provides no way of downloading files via their player or web site UI. 👍

    Your best bet is to use something like Player.fm, which has a hidden "Download/Open" option under the "…" menu. Or you could subscribe to the RSS feed in a normal RSS reader like Feedly.

    Correction: Something about my Firefox config prevents the "Share" menu from showing up in the embedded player, but there's a "Download" option there in Safari and Chrome.

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  9. As the person charged with cleaning up the mess when real trolls show up here, OP's criticism of the show is pretty mild. HDTGM has unquestionably gotten more political since 2016, going so far as to publish minisodes about June's book and an interview with a local politician. I skipped those, not because they don't align with my politics—I'm an atheist feminist who would be delighted by either a Warren (sigh) or Sanders presidency—but because my podcast time is increasingly rare these days and I can barely keep up with the main episodes, let alone side missions.

    When this thread was started, I hoped it would be met with the stony silence it deserves and then forgotten, since it doesn't violate any of the stated forum rules or warrant deletion. Some of the responses are getting close, though.

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  10. 20 minutes ago, TheCrazedMadman said:

    He said in the "promo" section of the show at the end about a website that had 1000s of playlists that one of the producers had worked on that chronicles the history of music, and said hed post the link on the website. I couldnt find where that section on the site would be (or could i remember the name of  the producer or website). Does anyone know the link? (or any other relevant information) Thanks!

    Paul was talking about the Richmond Anthology of Music, created by Earwolf producer Josh Richmond. He also set up the @RAMAnthology Twitter account to automatically tweet excerpts every day.

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