Dressing for less with Wayne Federman.
Dressing for less with Wayne Federman.
Keep it up fellas! Great guest!
Anyone else still having trouble with the RSS feeds? The primo video feed stopped working for me back at the 1st episode of season 12 and the free feed just stopped working for this episode.
…and, yes, I have unsubscribed and re-subscribed both feeds multiple times.
Didn’t AK47 take it on the chin for calling Malcolm McDowell Mr. Linderman when he saw him on the street? Should Jimmy have to apologize for the “There’s Franco” comment?
Joe: there’s no possible explanation for the free feed not working other than an issue on your end. As for the Primo feeds, I always recommend a password reset if your login is failing. And as always, please send tech support questions to pardcast AT g mail
I know you don’t edit (jerk), but it looks like there’s a jump in the video a little after nine minutes in. Anyone else notice this?
Great episode! RIP Mr Paul Williams – a frequent topic of NNF (though, strangely, not this week with all the musical theater talk). No “Phantom of the Paradise” talk?
I don’t know – can we call this an attack of the curse?
Wrong Paul Williams.
Don’t freak me out like that! Not a good April Fools!
That jump is just a glitch in the Matrix. Or a disturbance in the force. Nothing to see here. Move along.
JP is dead on about pop music. I just pulled up My Sharona and that mother fucker holds up.
Wayne is my favorite kind of guest. Comfortable with the crew, funny, smart, interesting.
You guys are having one hell of a season. Outstanding.
Enjoyable, purely enjoyable.
As a subscriber since Season 5 and *ahem* “the only black listener”, I have been a fan (and defender) of the podcast for a long time. In fact, I got to see live Jimmy twice in the month of March, once on my first trip to L.A. and two weeks later back home in Michigan. I am extremely familiar with your humor and sensibilities. I know the name of the podcast is Never Not Funny, but there has to be a funny way to call Wayne Federman on being upset at being handcuffed on his freedom to use a racial slur. You’ve responded to listeners who told you it takes them out of the funny when you use a myriad of words. Guess which word does that for me? It happens periodically on the podcast, usually during an explanation or a genuine joke. In this case, it started out as the former and never evolved into the latter. Federman’s lament was in poor taste.
Wayne voice sounds like Al Madrigal.
Learned something this week. I’m 30 and when I was very young watch “The Wizard of Oz” in loop for a year or so. I had no idea that it was a movie night event pre-dating renting it and owning it at home.
100% on board with what Knockout Zed sed.
I am going to completely disagree with the above comments about the n-word. I do not believe in censorship in any form. Not matter what the content. I did not find Federman’s lament in poor taste at all.
Yeah, I didn’t find it to be in poor taste either.
Is there room for a fourth chair? If so, hello Wayne Federman!
For the record, I completely disagree with Ned, and feel like his comment is in poor taste, needlessly nitpicky, and, quite simply, weird. If you can’t understand or appreciate an academic, explanatory, or ironically humorous use of a sensitive concept or word without emotionally unraveling, then I urge you to pursue hobbies that are more sanitized like watercolor painting or writing greeting card poetry.
Calm down Ned X. No one here is racist,homophobic, xenophobic etc.. We’re all on the same side. If you feel like you have to “defend” this podcast, then stop hanging out with hypersensitive critics, or vikings, or whoever the heck you feel is attacking this show.
Zed* not Ned. My bad.
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