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    December 27, 2013

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    Pod Awful - Pod Awful Season 5 - Prank Calls with Andy Beckerman - Episode 505

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    ANDY BECKERMAN from Wrestling Team and Beginnings Podcast is here! SO MANY PRANK CALLS. We posted an ad on Craigslist telling people we were psychics, and we try our best to help out all the callers.

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    March 27, 2013

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    September 15, 2011

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    I know this is not going to be a popular opinion, but I have to get this off my chest.

    I don’t get this backlash against Whitney Cummings’ show “Whitney.”

    Sure, the ads are glib and rather generic looking. Seems like any number of sitcoms about a married couple. So what if there are other shows about married couples? You think “The Honeymooners” said all there was to say about being married? Or “I Love Lucy?” So you don’t relate to it. Then it’s not for you. It’s for the millions of Americans who watch TV and are married and want to laugh about it. You know, like all of your high school friends who decided to start families instead of blogs.

    And the fact that a lot of this is coming out of the comedy community is really disturbing. Whitney Cummings is a stand-up, which makes her no different than any of the other stand-ups or writers or sketch actors you know. Your friends, basically. She had to do the same shit we are all going through to get any kind of notice. She made a big splash on one of the Comedy Central Roasts and now she’s sold two sitcoms in one year to different networks. She’s doing what we all wish we could, but instead of seeing the possibility for us to do the same, we snark all over an ad campaign some dopey designer worked up in a Burbank basement.

    So, it looks stupid, familiar, and other derisive adjectives. It just might be, but who cares. If people watch it, it stays on the air. If not, it goes away and you’ll never have to be reminded that married people wear sweatpants. Sweatpants! Could you imagine wearing such comfortable clothing after busting your ass all day?

    If any of us were to be lucky enough to sell a show, save us from the snarky backlash if a bus advertisement isn’t God’s gift to comedy posters. If I was offered a job to write on this show, I would take it in a heartbeat. Writing for a network sitcom sounds like a dream job. You don’t get higher up by tearing others down, you get higher up by doing things better.

    It’s demoralizing how much energy is going into making fun of this show that isn’t even on the air yet. If you don’t like Whitney Cummings’ comedy, fine. You don’t like it when characters are married on a sitcom, fine. Don’t watch it. There are millions of television shows to watch. You fully caught up on “Louie” yet? How about all the DVD commentaries for “Arrested Development?” Network television is fast food; it’s cheap and convenient and not that great for you. That’s the nature of the beast.

    I don’t want to offend anyone with how harsh this sounds, but just replace the word “Whitney” with your own name and see how it feels to have people mock something you worked hard to create that they haven’t seen yet.

    Super well put. See also: Scott Aukerman’s thoughts on comedians maligning “hack” comedy.

    I will go on record saying that I was one of these people who shit on this show’s ad campaign as well as How To Be A Gentlemen.

    Simply put, we all talk shit. We do.

    This argument could be boiled down to “Who cares if this comedian has her own sitcom?”  To which I say, “Who cares if other comedians make fun of it?”

    #love #whitney #words #terrible #awful #bad #tv #sitcom 
    September 15, 2011

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    They spelled atheist wrong.

    They spelled atheist wrong.

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    September 3, 2011

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