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Episode 249 - Austin Lucas with The Wish Academy

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Musical guest Austin Lucas returns along with John Gemberling, Billy Merritt, and Brian Huskey to improv4humans with Matt Besser. Austin brings some talented musicians with him to play songs that inspire songs about a band that cannot emote and a record label that pays its artists in compliments. Later, we visit a future where nobody touches anything and meet a couple of parents that take wishes too seriously.

Check out Austin Lucas’ music over at www.austinlucasmusic.com!

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This is such a good episode! Awesome line-up, great music.

I'll definitely be listening to this ep again soon.

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Damn that 2nd song is so fucking good

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I was just thinking to myself how it's been awhile since Huskey's been on. Always a welcome presence.

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Excellent episode as usual. Was that duet towards the end an I4H exclusive? Seems like it was.

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I was just thinking to myself how it's been awhile since Huskey's been on. Always a welcome presence.

 

I really wish he could be on I4H and CBB more often. What a fucking pro.

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I really enjoyed John Gemberling's increasingly exasperated (and futile) attempts to introduce some element of consistent logical reasoning into the "Discovering the Secrets of Mexican Food in the Future" segment.

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I was just thinking to myself how it's been awhile since Huskey's been on. Always a welcome presence.

 

No one does characters like the Huskman.

 

This was a really fun ep.

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These guys really clicked together. Great ep.

 

ps- Besser can you put a little less passion into your Howl ad reads? Thx.

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