Locking it in with Dwayne Perkins.
Locking it in with Dwayne Perkins.
Holy shit a black guy!
Lot’s of new people this season. I like it! But hopefully their will be room for our old and dear favorites!
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I’m fine when Dan only says a few things off-mic at the beginning or when looking up things, but when a large part of the podcast is about his story it would be nice to hear what he says, i’m going mad!(1 hour in) PS. Lose the vignetting on the video.
I was waiting for Matt to say puss in suits when they were talking about mike siegel and the hongkong suits
Never Not Funny is to “jerking off” as Goodfellas is to “fuck.”
P.S. This episode gave me a headache from laughing so hard.
Is this the T in question? http://skreened.com/easydoesit/baltimore-hustlers
God, I love this show so much but it is frustrating when you spend half the show talking to guys off-mic. What makes even worse is that I a can almost hear them. Seriously, why have interesting guests?
And Matt, in season one you made a point of shutting down Mike, Pat and Jimmy when they were talking about jerking off and now have no problem with most of a show being about someone jerking off in bed next to their partner? What happened?
These comments are crazy! Dwayne was fantastic, and they had a truly interesting situation to riff about for a good 30 minutes. Dan was only off mic for a bit of it, and I think most people consider him part of the team and are concerned and interested about his well-being. So what if it wasn’t an interview format. I like the casual conversations better anyway. I laughed more during this episode than any other this season. (I love it when new people are featured.) Thanks guys.
Jimmy: Do you like keys?
Dwayne: Yeah, I DO like keys.. I have two sets.”
I love the off mic chatter, and masturbation talk. If only it were off mic masturbation talk. This is a great season.
Emily, the shirt he was wearing had this design:
but the shirt was green, the “h” looked golden with a black border, the hand was black or brown, the ball looked like it might’ve been yellow, and “hustlers” was in black.
It’s a good looking T, you gotta pony up that 5 bucks and see this thing lol.
What is Jimmy’s “glasses line” mentioned at the beginning? I don’t recall Jimmy saying it on the podcast before and I can’t understand it.
Tim, it was a line from his act about some movie (paraphrasing) “I wouldn’t see that if it was playing in my glasses!” I don’t recall what specific movie he was referring to. Twister, no doubt.
Yup, my comment was crazy. Hearing someone off in the distance say something inaudible and Matt break in to repeat the off mic comment was in no way off putting. And yeah, the first half was indeed the best so far this season. Way funnier than the whole Dana Gould episode or when Gary Gulman ran to the bathroom. My bad.
Dwayne was a great guest, really enjoyed the “power locks” talk. I will now apply clinique, drink some chai, and jerk off in tribute.
The show has been this way for 3 seasons now, so I am not so sure about how you can complain about things that have been happening for over a year now. Really, Andrew had been talking off mic since about season 5 so truth be told, anybody complaining about off mic occurances hasn’t really been paying attention. Furthermore, Matt became more comfortable talking about more personal things much earlier than this season. When you consider season one was six years ago, almost seven now, I think you can understand why attitudes change. This is a talk show unlike any other and I wouldn’t change a thing, because I just listen, it’s not my show. If I don’t like it, I could stop paying, or not listen anymore, but I choose to keep listening. Stop being a baby about Jimmy Pardo’s show. If you want it done differently go make your own show.
Mariano, the thing about your comment that confuses me is that we brought Dan on-mic to tell his story and he was there for almost 45 minutes. Yes, there was a brief exchange before we brought him over, and maybe another after the break, but the majority of the story was told by Dan into a microphone. Your version makes it sound like half this episode was dead air.
In all honesty it wasn’t just this episode, I feel like the off mic talk has become more constant over the last few seasons and when Mr Pardo went to break I stopped listening, deleted the episode and commented. If the problem was fixed in the second half I apologize, but the first part was really annoying.
I don’t know how other’s listen/watch the podcast, but I usually watch it when it first comes out on the website, then listen to it again in a rotation with the other seasons on my iPhone. In both cases I have no trouble hearing what people are saying off mic, unless there is someone else on mic talking at the same time. Occasionally it’s hard to hear on the video, but whenever that’s the case Elliot does a great job putting up what is being said on the screen.
You’d think someone who makes millions of dollars closing out baseball games would be less frustrated over minor things…
Ha! I like the reference, Dan. Nice.
You know what, picture me as a 80 year guy who yelled to some kids to get off his lawn instead of going to bed.
I should have kept my comments to myself and gone to bed.
I love the honesty of this podcast,as someone who’s been married for 26 years it’s a revulation to hear men talking about what we ALL do to release the pressures of the day.Matter of fact after watching this episode I had to tug one off in Tabasco ears honor…granted it was 20 yards away from my wife but none the less those tissues had an honorable happy ending.Hope things work out for you DannyK and I heard everything you said just fine, if you’ll excuse me I need to go see if I can find my wife’s inaho…….no luck on to the bathroom.
I heard so much about black people! Nice to see one of them on Never Not Funny!
Heck I remember back in season one when Jimmy wasn’t even on-mic! I think it wasn’t until episode 9 that Matt bought microphones.
I was just talking with someone last week about how exciting it was to be a kid watching those prime time shows announcing the new saturday morning cartoon line ups!
I’m Matt’s age, so they definitely still had them into the end of the 80s and early 90s. I can only assume Matt doesn’t remember them because of the limited channels they got?
I think each major network had their own but ABC put the most energy into it. I remember how excited I was when they showed a clip of the new cartoon spin-off of ALF.
Also, I’m so happy whenever you guys talk about big keys. I feel like less of a nerd that I’m not the only one who can’t stop talking about how awesome they are to everybody.
I definitely remember the Alf cartoon — in fact I loved it (it was as good as the sitcom was bad). I guess I just forgot the whole primetime tease thing. I forget a lot of things, because so much of my brain is being used to remember Paula Abdul lyrics.
I loved, loved this episode. Dan’s story killed me, and for the record I could hear what he said. I WANT A HONG KONG SUIT.
I loved Dwayne! Todd Levin better watch out…I have a new NNF crush. Hilarious episode.
if anyone needs a suit from HK, I recommend ‘Sam’s Tailor’ he’s done suits for all kinds of celebrities and politicians (Bill Clinton, etc…) (website (samstailor.com)
Thanks, Matt. Thanks for.. remembering.
Wow, That movie “The Wall” was a skunk!
It has to be Shanghai Tailors! It just has to be.
Honestly, I LOVE the off mic stuff. It’s hysterical when I only hear half of it (Jimmy, Matt, and the guest’s replies) and it’s hysterical when they repeat it for Dan (usually Matt), and it’s hysterical when I can kind of hear it, but it sounds like Charlie Brown’s teacher. I loved it when it was Andrew, too.
Dwayne was a quirky delight, and fit right in. My favorite guests of all time have been Jesse Thorn, Todd Levin, Bil Dwyer, and Pat, and the naturalness / absurdity of the conversation was right up there with Dwayne.
Speaking of off mic comments from Dan… quite possibly the most I’ve laughed at any one moment in all the seasons of the podcast was when Jimmy and Matt were talking about a movie with Michael Keaton and bats, they asked Dan for his thoughts, and quietly, tentatively, he replied “Batman?” Pure gold!
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