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Whatup whatup! Been a lurker for a long while and finally have reason to post! I’ll skip to the point, I have all of Allen Gregory downloaded and would be happy to provide Sean and Hayes with copies if they’d like! For those that haven’t seen the show I guess this could also happen too, obviously I’m not going to post a link but drop me a message and I can try to sort something out. The show was really funny, I never understood it’s cancelling. The love triangle between Allen Gregory, his Headmistress and her husband the Councillor is fantastic. I would definitely recommend it, although it sounds as if it’s somewhat hard to find. You guys still doing that pro version?
Hello and watupwatup to a podcast that truly doesn't need an introduction. Hollywood Handbook is a podcast that features 2 of Hollywood's most beloved actors/writers/producers/storytellers having mostly conversations about their craft, the big city of Hollywood, that's really just a small town, and, really, about us. And them. And maybe even about certain carpets in certain hallways. --Hey you!, long-time-listener!, you weren't supposed to be here and read this! Oh, ok, come in and stay and warm yourself on these sweet precious memories. For you, and all the new guys and gals, I have compiled my thoughts into a kind of sacred list, a list of episodes that stuck and still stick with me after listening to them once or twice. You might say the list itself is "sticky"... but don't be afraid, or grossed out - just come in, put your gloves on, and cool yourself off with these cool Hollywood Handbook episodes! 004 Pally 055 Duke 066 PFT 073 Gilmore Boys 074 Kumail 085 Hines 098 John Cochran (SCARY WARNING) 107 Brandon Content 115 Pierson, Morris 116 Casey, Dierkes, Rogers So I hope you're satisfied and are still sitting or lying down comfortably where you were before. Listening on the go is for gophers, am I right? As a long time lurker I wanted to give something back, in my own very humble way, to the community who provided me with so many nice posts. I hope it wasn't too long or too short, so let me know what you think and why don't you man up and do it on the forums. So long, Hairdude
I understand that I'm new on this forum and I probably don't have as much respect as some of you important bigwigs here in the industry, but if Sean and Hayes have taught me anything it's that I should really try to get out there. Every word I type is my audition, so I'd like to do the piece that I've practiced for you all, my auditioners. I think that Engineer Cody probably isn't real. Think about it for a second, if he was real, why can't we see him when we turn on the podcast? We know that Sean and Hayes are real because they is the hosts of the show, but Cody is only ever defined in the words of the podcast hosts. When we hear Cody talk, it could just be an electrical signal sent from the podcast headphone wires directly into our brain to cause us to hallucinate his speech patterns. There is absolutely no evidence for his existence, and I at least encourage you to think about whether Engineer Cody is real or not, because it's this sort of thing that Obama is trying to convince us of.