Getting real with Tami Sagher.
Getting real with Tami Sagher.
Wow! Gigglesnort Hotel. That used to terrify me as a child. Watched it on WTBS out of Atlanta, and Bill Tush hosted the afternoon shows before the Braves games.
That’s terrible about the pilot. We’re so sorry to hear about that because it would’ve been amazing. Just looked at the 3 series that were picked up by Comedy Central.
One with Amy Schumer – which was a great choice on paper- as she is great. Then there is the “Ben Show” with Ben Hoffman. I remember him from “InfoMania” when he’d do bits on that and was pretty funny- but I can guarantee people will be getting sick of very quickly…. And somehow beating out Jimmy Pardo Needs Jokes– Anthony Jeselnik???? Are you freaking kidding me!? He could quite possibly be the worst mainstream comedian (and that’s saying a lot). He is beyond hack and just a disgusting, sad person – I hate when he comes onto any podcasts- they made a huge mistake with him. Probably just because he’s the comedy central robot for those miserable roasts.
They couldn’t take a chance on one of the best comics because they have to get their crony in there?… Until Jimmy can start selling out and try to be edgy by making direct and personal rape jokes and peppering “faggot” all over his bits- then “comedy” central won’t look at him. That’s ridiculous.
Whoa, that part where Matt was uploading last week’s episode during this episode almost made my brain explode.
That was pretty excellent J45.
United united united we stand, united we stand one and all
united united united we stand, united we never shall fall
so give me love…
Welcome to the ‘cast Tami all the way from the ‘thon, ‘thon, ‘thon, ‘thon, ‘thon.
I wanna punch comedy central in the face.
Tami is a doll (or should I say Dahl?). Very funny lady.
It really is a shame to hear Jimmy’s pilot wasn’t picked up. The oft-asked question remains…”Why isn’t Jimmy on television?!” Comedy Central gets a lot of coin from their celebrity roasts, so surely they must recognize the popularity of such humor. In many ways, JPNJ has an inherent “roast” quality about it so why CC passed on it is a mystery.
Here’s my 2 cents for Matt about AST…why not open up registration on the forums and let more people add to the discussions? I’m sure you’re wary about letting idiots like me clog the boards, but it might breathe some new life into things.
re: Swedish music; Jens Lekman is a wonderful pop/folk/indie artist that sounds a little like if Elvis and David Byrne collaborated, and The Tallest Man on Earth (stage name of Kristian Matsson) is a folk singer-songwriter who gets compared to Dylan a lot. Sorry for music-dorking out so early into the ep :I
My high school history teacher’s favorite joke was “Assassination: the only word you can’t abbreviate in polite company.”
Loved Tami! She’s so sharply funny + great chemistry with everyone!
I wish my fantasy football league hadn’t started already, because I would have called my team “Mass for Shut-ins.”
Absolutely LOVED hearing Saghs, just a great rapport and fit in incredibly well. Can’t wait to have her back on soon!
Sucks about the pilot not getting picked up but maybe that opens things up for more Small Wallace on IFC!
So sorry to hear about the pilot. I was getting worried since NNF had not mentioned it and Pat Francis had alluded to some trouble with the pilot on Rock Solid a few weeks ago. Jimmy’s unrivaled witty poignant sententious speaking style along with his substantial podcast fan base alone would have made the show a success. Not the first mistake a network has made.
Sorry about the pilot as well, Mr. Pardo. Loved this guest. Great chemistry. A joy again!
Jimmy, you mentioned about your “almost” hole in one at the George Dunne golf course. Did you know this tidbit about George’s son?
Murphy Dunne (born 1942) is an American actor and musician. He is known for his role as the keyboardist/pianist for the Blues Brothers in the 1980 film The Blues Brothers. Dunne played himself in both of the two Blues Brothers films, with a fictional storyline: “Murph” Dunne was an original member of the Blues Brothers until “Joliet” Jake went to prison in the 1970s. He then started his own band called “Murph and the MagicTones” along with four other ex-Blues Brothers Band members.
In real life, Dunne was the son of Cook County Board President George Dunne, whose connections helped get some of the Chicago clearances for movie shoot sites.
Check out The Hellacopters. One of the first bands of the Swedish 60′s rock revival scene. Amazing group.
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