Living it up with John Mulaney.
Living it up with John Mulaney.
Every now and then I try to buy one episode. As always, I cannot remember how to accomplish this.
Such a good episode! Mulaney gets it.
I did the same thing to my 3yr old son at one of those Halloween shops. I also didn’t realize what this spider was supposed to do, and maybe I should’ve done a test run first. He ended up getting to close to it, and the spider shot out and essentially grabbed his head. End of Halloween store visit.
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The only Sniglet I remember is Esso-asso, a driver that cuts through a gas station driveway to avoid an intersection. I too wondered how Rich Hall had a career.
Aglet is the thing at the end of your shoelace
Learned that from Phinneas and Ferb!!
Great episode! Loving Season 11
I’m gonna be that guy and critique SNL. I never grew up watching SNL and I only started to watch it because people kept mentioning how influential of a show it is. I would see the clips of the great sketches online and hence decided to follow up. Boy was it disappointing. For every great sketch there was a lot more mediocre / boring sketches that made it to air. I’ve long since stopped watching and just check out whatever popular sketch happens to make the rounds on the internet.
What John Mulaney describes, and what others have described, to me exemplifies the problem; you have one week to put out an hour sketch show. They are re-writing up to and during the sketch and I think that just brings down the overall quality. In this day and age of a bajillion television channel and numerous non-live sketch shows, I found SNL just couldn’t compete with those. Heck even Weekend Update has very difficult competition by The Daily Show and The Colbert Report. For me I found that I would rather take a well written, well thought out, and well produced show over an okay live show.
But what I really think does it in for me is I grew up just as the internet and television expanded to the behemoths they are and the vast number of comedy options available simply made the novelty of a one hour live show each week rather moot. We had and still have access to so much that SNL didn’t really stand out amongst the crowd any more and I never saw anything special in it compared with all the other great comedy I was watching.
What I do find annoying is people who hate on shows yet each week they keep watching. I watched it, didn’t like it, and moved on.
Hmmm, Bill Burr was just on Conan. I wonder if Jimmy asked him to be on the podcast? That would be legendary.
All done by Garon! Which is good because I have been sucky at writing new notes this season!
Reading Luke’s comment. Seems like he’s moved on.
John was a great guest. Very entertaining. Didn’t care for the ‘behind the scenes at SNL, though. Great job fellas. Thanks.
Since no one’s addressed it, I’ll be that girl: Jesus Christ is John Mulaney handsome.
the coached ramp-up was fantastic.
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