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The Ape of Naples
Jul 24, 2007
This Goon is a Dumb Prick!

Grimey Drawer

Does Lauren mention on the CBB Ep how much she hates being underwater?

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Waterbed Wendy
Jan 29, 2009

airy tender puffs

Doctor Rope

I know she and gabrus talked about it on last week's high and mighty. She said it was the hardest scene by far.

Franchescanado
Feb 23, 2013


If it wasn't for disappointment,
I wouldn't have any appointment.





Grimey Drawer

Has her fear of water come up before? On Threedom maybe? Seems familiar but I can't say I remember hearing about it. (I only listen to a handful of H&M eps)

Thelonius Van Funk
Apr 7, 2007
Oh boy


I thought the movie was surprisingly good for what I expected. I also appreciated that basically the first thing Lauren does is call out Spades ludicrous hair

EL BROMANCE
Jun 10, 2006
TUBGIRL ENTHUSIAST



Not gonna lie, laughed a fair amount during that silly film. Maybe not as much as reading the Letterboxd review that complained that Lauren’s character was too wild and she should be more like she was on Big Bang Theory.

Also:

https://twitter.com/jessica_stclair...1157103617?s=21

LampkinsMateSteve
Jan 1, 2005

I've really fucked it. Have I fucked it?

Chalk me up as another who ended up enjoying a middling movie thanks to LL knocking her role out of the park. It also made me laugh thinking how the people who were maybe shocked by her language and behaviour would keel over if they heard some of the truly outrageous stuff she can come out with on podcasts.

EL BROMANCE
Jun 10, 2006
TUBGIRL ENTHUSIAST



I'm just happy when people even just attempt to make flat out comedy films, because it doesn't seem to happen much anymore. Everything has to be a Mark Wahlburg family light drama with a few comedic scenes these days, rather than joke-joke-joke.

I liked that Missy didn't spend forever setting up the situation, and then went from conflict -> resolution in the space of about 5 minutes and credit rolled out. 90 minutes long, perfectly fine job.

yorkinshire
Apr 28, 2009

In space no one can hear your dope beats.


I watched for Lauren, so I fast forwarded through the 10 minutes between the first date and the plane ride and honestly didn't miss anything I wasn't able to figure out through context.

soggybagel
Aug 6, 2006
The official account of NFL Tackle Phil Loadholt.

Let's talk Football.

I’ll definitley check it out this weekend. Also the first time I heard the Zouks/Daly episode ending when he confronts him. It’s so funny.

Andy. “My name is Dalton Wilcox!”
We’re here because we love you. We’re not taping this episode.

Episode 148. It just killed me.

The Senator Giroux
Jul 9, 2006
Dead Ringer



soggybagel posted:

I’ll definitley check it out this weekend. Also the first time I heard the Zouks/Daly episode ending when he confronts him. It’s so funny.

Andy. “My name is Dalton Wilcox!”
We’re here because we love you. We’re not taping this episode.

Episode 148. It just killed me.

I still think about the serendipity that was when my gf at the time was visiting from out of state and we had to take a long car trip so I loaded up all of Andy’s CBBs for the drive. On the way home, I noticed the new episode was also him and put it on and it felt like the greatest pay off of all time.

JethroMcB
Jan 23, 2004

We're normal now.
We love your family.


That was the first or second Andy Daly episode of CBB I listened to and that bit still had me doubled-over laughing. Even without knowing the backstories, it was amazing.

soggybagel
Aug 6, 2006
The official account of NFL Tackle Phil Loadholt.

Let's talk Football.

Everything about the moment including when Scott is like “why are we actually looking out towards the window?”

Teenage Fansub
Jan 28, 2006



The glitchiness of calling in really did Maria no favours. She's great on Bonanas.
She abruptly bailed on HH too. I wonder if she gives herself a hard out at the hour mark or something.

JethroMcB
Jan 23, 2004

We're normal now.
We love your family.


Teenage Fansub posted:

She abruptly bailed on HH too. I wonder if she gives herself a hard out at the hour mark or something.

With that HH ep, Sean couldn't connect to the Zoom call for the first 15-20 minutes that they had her booked for

even in quarantine, people can still have a schedule

Teenage Fansub
Jan 28, 2006



Since it happened twice I thought it may have been a mental wellness thing to leave when she felt like it.

edit: \/ I'm not criticizing or trying to belittle her. Sorry if it sounded that way. Obviously it could have been anything. I'm mostly just a bit bummed about her feed being so garbled in the ep that it seemed like she couldn't participate that well.

Teenage Fansub fucked around with this message at 13:22 on May 22, 2020

The Ape of Naples
Jul 24, 2007
This Goon is a Dumb Prick!

Grimey Drawer

Meh for the HH one I'm pretty sure they mentioned a few times that they only had Maria for a set amount of time. It didn't feel like a bail. I'm fairly sure she probably just either had something else to do at the time or just only wants to give some much time. I hadn't heard the Bonanza one. I only get the free feed. That's not to say it isn't a mental illness thing whenever it happens to anyone but she seems like she's more on top of it and aware than most people, even mentally "healthy" people and probably wouldn't just bail. If anything the remote setup seems like it's less of a time commitment than going into the studio and doing an episode or two.

I mean who knows? But it could have been a lot of other plausible reasons and I do feel kinda bad that she gets tagged as "crazy". Not to say "crazy" is the term you used or meant at all but there's still that stigma and using such a loaded word I think high-lights it. She's been open and honest and has managed her issues well and has been extremely successful considering (and maybe partially due) to what she goes through. I have a lot of respect for Maria and I think it does a disservice to define her or blame her actions based on that part of her. She gets to because it's "hers". She gets to own it and by being so open and upfront about it she should get a pass. If she comes out and say anything has to do with her mental illness then fine.

I do feel like most of the time when this is brought up it isn't being judgmental. I don't think there's any malice in the mentioning of it but it does just continue to define her and limit her and intent aside still psses judgement.

So maybe it was some mental issues. Maybe it was another podcast she had to zoom into or an appointment. I dunno. She is a woman maybe she got her periods.

Sorry I just woke up.

[please note the line about menstruation was a joke designed to emphasize the point.]

EL BROMANCE
Jun 10, 2006
TUBGIRL ENTHUSIAST



From the Good Tweets thread:

All I can see is the lovechild of Dalton P Wilcox and Paul F Tompkins in this picture.

Mr. Squishy
Mar 22, 2010

A country where you can always get richer.

Have people corrected Scott about who flew the lolita express? It seems the sort of mistake that would garner thousands of tweets.

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EL BROMANCE
Jun 10, 2006
TUBGIRL ENTHUSIAST



Urge to write LOLITA EXPRESS on the side of the Mr. Microphone car in the Simpsons episode intensifies.

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