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    Episode 167.5 - Minisode 167.5

    Yeah, it was the guy. Still a good explanation though. And maybe it was short for Ferdinand? Or possibly a portmanteau of "Fucking Nerdy"? Just a couple of ideas.
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    Episode 284 - CheeseDrake Factory

    A good ep. despite the lack of Wiewie. I loved the dichotomies of Kulap/RHCP and 'Stard/Comic Book Movies. Good stuff. Also reminded me to listen to Blood Sugar Sex Magik again. It's fantastic. Also, nobody comments on eps. anymore?
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    EPISODE 258 — Spit It and Quit It

    "What about a hummingbird?" -Howard Kremer Steve-O on this very podcast is a great example. To this day, I haven't made it through that episode, due solely to his voice. And whether or not you liked Kether's voice, who the hell thinks she sounds southern? I would have guessed Californian. Although, she does sound a lot like Abby and/or Bridey Elliott, who were apparently raised in Connecticut. So there you go. P. S. : Please tweak the format so the guest gets more time. I mean, she herself mentioned how short it was. Thanks!
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    EPISODE 333 — Pit Stop

    Jack Antonoff? I barely know Anton. (Stolen and paraphrased from Will Forte as I recall.) All I could think of since seeing the guest.
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    EPISODE 218.5 — 2/06/15 TWO CHARTED 157

    "There's no back muscles in my neck!...I don't pre-judge the muscles by where they are in my body...If you're a tight muscle, you're getting the crow!" Great stuff. I just got one of those bars and it really is made to use all over your body. Perhaps not as forcefully as Howard does it.
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    Episode 15Z - Dave Holmes

    The Reagan thing was weird. Tony first said March 30, 1981, the correct date (a Monday). Then I heard Eliot say something about the 21st and then Tony said "...March 21st was a Saturday". So I'd say it's mostly Eliot's fault.
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    Episode 197 — No Bueno From Tip To Taint

    Ha! I haven't listened to this yet, but sounds like Classic Engineer Cody Cody behavior. Which is a good thing. Case in point: listening to the new UTU2TM?!, what started with Cody getting up and leaving ended with some fascinating revelations about Judge Judy's wooden legs and a certain graphic request she makes at the start of every trial, as portrayed by Adam Scott. Don't stop Cody'ing Engineer Cody Cody!
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    Episode 88.5 — Minisode 88.5

    This was made in the Year of Our Lord Two-Thousand and Nine?! I will definitely be watching it. Apparently it's FREE at something called popcornflix. Seems to be an app also. Here's the link: Gooby.
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    Episode 181 — His Beautiful Fabrics

    Best Armen outing yet! And not sarcastically or anything. I really liked his Howard-ish energy this go-around. I think I may have seen all of Almost Famous at some point, but all I can think of now regarding it is "Lock the Gates!", so I'll assume it's an anti-Maron thing /sarcasm/. ...Also... "Butt Guys"... fantastic!
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    Episode 178 — Wool Gatherer

    Yeah, definitely not volume related. That was the classic Mac OS alert sound "Funk". You should be able to stop any alert noise, if you want, by turning the alert volume all the way down. But then you might sacrifice future comedy gold...
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    Episode 178 — Wool Gatherer

    Also, if you hold Shift when you press the volume keys it won't make the feedback sound.
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    Episode 178 — Wool Gatherer

    Ah, I see. I guess I didn't consider different studios. It wasn't terrible or anything, just sounding so different from last week made me take notice. Side note, I've really enjoyed the Stard / Howard rapport we've been able to hear in recent weeks, especially the Stard Alley ep.
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    Episode 178 — Wool Gatherer

    Great episode. Enjoying the return of Ku, and Wittels is always fun. I should probably watch 'Shack at some point to see what the big deal is, but I like most of Harris' picks. Technical Notes: Yeah, what was that? Stard not realize that was all coming through? Also, this week was WAY echo-ier than last week, and sounded like there was no compression going on. Not quite up to Nerdist levels (ie. sounds like it's recorded in a board room across a giant table), but not going the right direction at Earwolf Location 3.
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    Episode 176 — Hot Gomer Pyle

    Yep, I said the same thing in last week's thread. This is the third straight week where he's said it! I hope Ku sets the record straight when she gets back. I didn't even notice the first time Howard said it. But the next time I thought, "wait, that sounds like Kulap, right?" So I went back and found the point where it was created in the Mary Elizabeth Ellis Day episode. Now with him making special mention of it EVERY time and getting it wrong, it's annoying. Has Howard already forgotten the sound of Laps Vilay's voice? I agree with this a little. Sometimes Kulap's "energy" gets to me and I'll switch to another podcast before getting back to Who'ch'. I know Earwolf's a busy and place and there's a schedule to keep and all, but slowing it down a notch would go a long way to making the show more enjoyable. Which is why I liked this episode so much. Natasha's more laid-back style is a nice complement to Wie Wie.
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    Episode 166 — Runnin’ Down Dreams

    I love Howard's assist of Sara Bareilles's name that got them to Bare E. Ellis. And did they know it's in those Microsoft commercials? Because every time I saw them, I thought to myself, "What is this Katy Perry song?" Took me until the Grammy's to realize it was Ms. Ellis in those ads.
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