I imagine if someone had said something like that about a Garfunkel and Oates song, people would have all lept on that person. Admittedly, they did submit their song to Jukebox Jury so they should have been expecting to see their song criticized, but it did seem a bit harsh. Especially as there's a fair chance they'll read the comments here.
Anyway this episode was great, Tig just seemed the perfect counterpoint to Ronna & Beverley and Scott too, when he's in his creepy mode.
That song sucked. Rhyming 'bong' and 'song' is not clever. You guys are living examples of that recent SNL skit about kids that demand praise from the world for everything they ever create.
And if I heard a Garfunkel & Oates song that was that simple and unfunny, I would say so, but they haven't made anything remotely that terrible and it's why people pay to see them and not two sound-alikes that just discovered how funny everything is when you're high.
Hey, check me out. I'm a ghost.
[Jen Kirkman] You seem fun. [/Jen Kirkman]
I liked Tig calling Scott out for pleading for money to keep the show going and then describing all the new appliances and expensive junk he has bought recently.
(clearly bought with Kulap's Children's Hospital money anyway)
i have 3 earwolf t-shirts so i reserve the right to poke fun
One of those Summer and Eve ladies is in that Sprint Unlimited commercial that runs every 0.0001 seconds and drives me nuts with its repetition.
And now, by scamboogah's request:
James Adomian continuing in his quest to do the most obscure impressions ever.
Right... am I alone in having to google Dr. Bronner to find out if he was a fictional creation or not?
Thanks Ghost Dad, I truly believed that was a made up character while listening. It almost makes me feel like the people who called into The Phil Hendrie Show. I was on some "Classic improv! These dudes turned this into some ridiculous soap conversation?!? Get Out!" Shame on me.
It was kinda cool to hear Tim and Eric occasionally break character and laugh at their own shit. I wish Scott would have brought up how Tim promoted the movie as an App in his last appearance.
I was bummed when Tim shut Scott down on elaborating on minuscule details. I know a lot of people don't like it, but Scott breaking down the most boring part of a guests statement in is hilarious to me. Too bad he doesn't do it anymore. Great episode.
A Real Human Being, and a Real Hero
I totally agree about enjoying when Tim/Eric would break character and laugh. For example, it was awesome to hear them trying not to laugh too loudly right after Tim was pretending to be pissed off at Scott and James, storm out of the room, etc. It's moments like that on podcasts that make me feel like a VIP member of some pseudo-community of comedians and comedy dorks... uh, even though I'm just some nameless shitbag working in an office, listening to the exciting Sounds Of Hollywood (C) in a podcast from the cold and cynical opposite side of the country.
Whatever, I hope that made sense... and I'll see you at the movies!
You're sky high over the middle of the country, you go I'm dying for some p-corn. So I get out my app, pop it up, pop it on.
Great Would You Rather? segment. Some really surprising answers.