EPISODE 394: DEPRESSING COMEDIES

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  1. Jake Bart says:

    Thanks for lingering on Altman’s PRAIRIE HOME COMPANION. I’d love to hear a commentary from you two, despite David’s apprehension.

    An interesting case: Spike Jonze’s HER, which I’m absolutely unsure how to characterize, as it inspires a staggering range of emotions.

  2. alex says:

    I know you guys are Andy Daly fans — have you watched any of REVIEW yet? The third episode, “Pancakes / Divorce / Pancakes”, is terrifically funny and terrifically depressing. Highly recommended. 🙂

    Thanks for the episode — great job as always.

    If you guys did do a commentary (maybe a premium episode?) I’d be on board with that. Even if it’s just an hour and a half of you guys mainly talking about other stuff and occasionally mentioning what’s going on in SAVING SILVERMAN, or whatever other American class you guys have in mind.

    I think that last sentence was not a complete sentence, and I apologize for that.

    • Battleship Pretension says:

      I know Saving Silverman is stupid and everything but I do credit it with making 17-year-old me realize it was cool to like Neil Diamond.

      – David

      • Scott Nye says:

        I was JUST thinking about Saving Silverman the other day while I was cruising to work blasting Neil Diamond, wondering if the former holds up at all but ecstatically glad the latter still does.

        • alex says:

          Great! So it sounds like we’re all in agreement and a BP SAVING SILVERMAN commentary will be in the works soon! Thanks guys! Don’t let me down!

  3. Kevin Smart says:

    I thought it was a bit funny how David mentioned local television in Las Vegas. I love to visit Vegas, and watching the local station affiliates while I’m in the hotel room, getting ready to head out for the night is such and interesting and odd thing, it’s amusing that someone besides myself noticed it.

    • Kevin Smart says:

      Oh, and by the way, “You’re gonna need a bigger boat.” is a quote from the film “Anaconda.” I’m surprised you guys forgot that, since the line was delivered by Tyler’s favorite actor, Jon Voight.

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