I'm not going to listen to the best of episode, because I still have like 12 old episodes I haven't gotten around to yet.
I know I posted almost 2 months ago about meeting Todd after his show and talking to him about the podcast. He asked me to send him our address, and a couple weeks ago we got a personalized "Live from the George Carlin Room" cd and a t-shirt. Nicest guy ever.
that part in the best of where the audio looped was mind-maddening!
I haven't had a chance to listen yet... fingers crossed that the infamous kidnapped cat (with Chelsea) is one of the "best of" clips. If not? argh. argh. eh .... I still have the time stamp memorized on that episode.
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Most comedy podcasts are recorded in controlled studio situations. When live audiences are present, the results are often unpredictable. In this particular Todd Glass Show episode, shit is funny as fuck.
If it wasn't already, this podcast is officially better than your favorite podcast. No hyperbole.
(OK, maybe some)
Geoff Tate: Are we gonna land this or crash this motherfucker?
visit me in the culture dungeon
I really wanna see what happens with Todd's book. It should be really interesting.
Todd Glass is an author.
Can't wait for the next live show, hopefully complete with the full cast of regulars. Is LA Podfest the next planned one or have any others been announced? Todd could definitely pack UCB or NerdMelt no problem.
*EDIT: Nevermind that, listened to Todd's intro (heeyyyy, it's Tooooddd...) to this week's show and it answered everything!
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Like Greg Proops, I am from the bay area, and I can confirm the existence of vegetable circuses.
Greg is born for this show. Fucking ADORED today's episode.
Was this exchange a joke or the two most confused people ever?
DANIEL: Was Paris the one that used to be Aladdin?
GREG: Oh yeah.
DANIEL: And then, like, they opened it...
GREG: What is it now?
DANIEL: I think it's Paris now.
GREG: Oh is it Paris? Or was that the Aladdin?
DANIEL: Remember, because they finished it in two-thousand... ten, I think. And then two-thousand eleven happened. And they closed down...
Key: The former Aladdin is now Planet Hollywood. 2011 didn't "happen." 9/11 did.
Hey guys, I do a webseries called Between Gigs in Chicago, and Todd was awesome enough to help us out with a very funny episode. You can watch it here. Hope this isn't spammy, but I thought fans of the podcast would dig it. Thanks much!
What's that? I feel like I'm getting interrupted in the future.