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Shannon posted a topic in General EarwolfWelcome to the forum for discussing the Earwolf Forums! This is the go-to place for help with problems or questions about the forum! Is your picture posting really tiny or not showing up at all? Need to delete a post? Can't find a certain topic? Wondering where to post about something? Here's the place to ask! I'll be checking this thread as often as possible and I'll keep it pinned to the top of the page for easy access. Just let me know what the problem or question is, and if needed please link the thread or post in question to make sure things are addressed asap. SPAM: Please flag spam messages using the "Flag as Spammer" button that appears when hovering over a username, OR click "Report" located at the bottom of the post. I will receive the notification and get that mess outta here as soon as possible. IMPORTANT: If you are having any problems with another user or notice certain people being a*holes do not post about it here. Send me a private message and we can deal with it from there mmmk? But that's totally not going to happen because everyone here is awesome right? RIGHT?! Happy posting my babies! I love you all
I'm new to the podcast and have a few questions, what should I know?
Baracuda420 posted a topic in Hollywood HandbookHello everyone. I'm listening to Hollywood Handbook for the first time and I'm a little lost, as is common when jumping into a new podcast, bust this show seems more confusing that what I'm used to listening to. I was hoping a more avid listener could give me a little info about it the show. The Earwolf show page doesn't give me much info. It has a fake synopsis about giving tips about Hollywood? I basically, would like a "real" synopsis if anyone could provide it. I've heard the guys a couple times on other shows like Comedy Bang Bang! and Doughboys and am now giving a listen to their podcast. I'm confused. Are they doing characters? Is there background information I should know? I get that these guys improvise stories and conversations, but I don't get it. Is it supposed to be funny? Is there a particular episode that is great, or that I should start with? I just want to know why people enjoy the podcast. Maybe I'm missing something that would help me appreciate it. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Episode 8 - Elanor Rugby
The Shrekronomicon posted a topic in Questions For LennonJohn cuts loose and answers some questions with his old rugby pal, Jon Gabrus.
Cameron H. posted a topic in SPONTANEANATION with Paul F. TompkinsGreetings fellow citizens of SPONTANEANATION--both native born and naturalized! I had an idea, probably not a very good one as it has made me stop and consider the amount of free time I'm squandering, to compile a list of the guest questions asked on each episode. And while I feel like it would be a handy resource to easily find which question was asked on each episode and provide the probably* identity for each of the question askers (which I get the feeling may be a relief for Mr. Tompkins), I felt, more importantly, that it would give people an opportunity, should they feel so inclined, to answer the questions themselves! I am of the opinion that everyone has a story, and while all of the guests have been wonderful, I don't feel like you need to be a big time, Hollywood hotshot to tell a fascinating tale. If the interest in this thread is there, I will update the list on a weekly basis, if not, well...I guess it will just die a wretched and piteous death--forgotten deep within the bowels of the forums. Feel free to answer as many as you'd like, I would ask only one thing: please, please, please be respectful! I have been a forum member for a year and haven't run into too many assholes, but if someone says something you don't agree with--and you don't have the capacity to engage in courteous or considerate debate--please withhold your comment and just ignore it. This is not to say that "joke" answers/responses are discouraged, respond any way you want; however, if you decide to conduct yourself in an unmannerly way, I will have no other recourse than to leave your post ignored and "un-liked." So, here it goes: Ep.1 "What is your favorite thing to eat when you are feeling sad? And, if you don't feed your feelings like I do, why are you a robot?"--Busy Phillips Ep. 2 "Do you have a perpetual age in your head--that when you think of yourself--you think of yourself at that age? And, if so, what is the age and why?"--Michael McMillian Ep. 3 "Who was your hero growing up--fictional or otherwise ("otherwise" meaning real)? And, if you could, would you trade places with that hero?" -- Jason Ritterj Ep. 4 "What was the first time you experienced the emotion 'humiliation?'" -- Melanie Lynsky Ep. 5 "If someone asked you when you were thirteen years old, 'Who are the five people you would invite to a dinner party?' who would you have said?" -- Dave Foley Ep. 6 "Where were you when you realized God was a wholly implausible lie?" -- Maria Thayer Ep. 7 "What's your favorite invention?" -- Kaitlin Olson Ep. 8 "What do you like most about yourself?" -- Elizabeth Reaser Ep. 9 "What animal would you save from extinction if you could?" -- Michael Sheen Ep. 10 "What is the earliest memory you have of doing something 'cruel?'" -- Justin Kirk Ep. 11 "What is the thing you desire that you are most ashamed of desiring?" -- Aimee Mann Ep. 12 "Do you have social anxiety, and if so, how does it manifest?" -- Open Mike Eagle Ep. 13 "Why did you choose that outfit today?" -- Colin Hanks Ep. 14 "Did you ever name your car? If not, what the Hell is wrong with you?" -- John Hodgeman Ep. 15 "Do you believe in ghosts? Where is your evidence?" -- Jen Kirkman Ep. 16 "Why would you never talk to your cousin--if you needed a reason?" -- Aaron Abrams Ep. 17 "You win a contest that entitles you to draft a 28th Amendment to the Constitution, guaranteed to pass, the only stipulation is it must be 'food related.' What is your Amendment?" -- Paget Brewster Ep. 18 "Gun to your head: choose a reality competition show to come to your home." -- Raphael Bob-Waksberg Ep. 19 "Sir or Madam, how do you sleep at night?" -- Lisa Hanawalt Ep. 20 "When was the last time you felt 'furious?'" --Scott Carter Ep. 21 "What ridiculous formality do you slavishly observe?" -- Jonathan Coulton Ep. 22 "If you were forced to make a career change, and your success was guaranteed, what would you do?" -- Bob Kerr Ep. 23 "What was the last thing you've done that you considered 'brave?'" -- Derek Waters Ep. 24 "When did you realize that you weren't alone?" -- Kumail Nanjiani * I am guessing that this list is accurate based on the release of each episode; however, I know that a couple of live episodes have been recorded but not yet released. I don't know if that skews the "question asker" to "answer giver" format or if the live episodes are their own separate beasts all together.
Questions for Blaine
sparklett posted a topic in Nerd PokerSince Blaine's our DM now, I thought he deserved a sticky thread like Sark's, in case he drops in. And in case you were wondering, this thread is brought to you by Brown Julius.
Let's Stump Larry David
TheWurstMember posted a topic in By The Way, In Conversation with Jeff GarlinI would like to compile a list of things that we suspect Larry David has never heard of/or avoided all his life. The man has never taken a picture! I think that means anything is possible. Just to start things off, I believe Larry David has never... 1. Listened to a Queen album. 2. Gone down a waterslide. 3. Ate soup out of a bread bowl. 4. Caught a firefly. 5. Skipped 6. Given blood. 7. Gone fishing. 8. Picked berries. 9. Sent a postcard 10. Accepted a long-distance call