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Posts posted by mfnpjparty

  1. I havent commented in years but I came here just to say thank you to James and Scott for bringing back Giamatti who is my all time favorite character. I hope we get to see Adomian more regularly!!


    p.s. the squealing & unzipping noise James made during Scott's intro for Giamatti was a glorious and obscure call-back that I appreciated immensely.

  2. As a current fan of what people consider to be alt-comedy, it would still be an absolute lie for me to say I wasn't taken by Dane Cook's CC special and Harmful if Swallowed in 8th/9th grade. It really was a big jumping off point for me in terms of being an actual fan of comedy. And it would also be a lie for me to say I wasn't part of the backlash against him once I found out it wasn't cool to like him. I wish I had been able to have the foresight to realize how silly that was but its tough when you're that young. Glad to see people have come around on him.

  3. Anyone else feel like Scott almost did the Never Not Funny sign off at the end of the podcast and then caught himself and started laughing? It was something like "We'll see you next time onnnnn the podcast..."


    I've noticed Scott do that quite a few times recently, haha. I think Scott's a big NNF fan though so maybe that's his little tribute.

  4. We haven't heard from Scott Jeffries in a while. If I remember correctly he does movie promotion for an unspecified film studio and he used to live in New York until when in September of 2001 he was mistakenly served a French vanilla coffee instead of hazlenut and was so insulted he moved his family to LA which in turn saved his life because he worked in an upper story of the World Trade Center which was destroyed in the 9/11 attacks. Despite being a film studio rep he's only seen 3 movies, It's A Mad Mad Mad Mad World, Rhinestone, and an early edit of Borat. His voice has an uncanny similarity to that of Paul Scheer's.

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    Do people discern, hold favorites? Does everyone just like everything or commend who shines in the show


    While a podcast is something that can certainly be judged in a critical nature, and people can like a guest or character more than others, coming on to a forum to say that you "hate" one episode of a FREE podcast that has delivered some of the best comedy of any format for the last half a decade comes across as nothing but whiny internet bitching.

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