That’s kind of why I’m doing that review thing. Not only to explored the development and greatness of CBB, but it changed a lot. A lot is gone, but a lot has come into play, and it’s weird but exciting… Also still weird
oh yeah, this whole trip down CDR nostalgia lane is 100% inspired by your endeavor.
and Would You Rather remains throughout it all
Scott’s interview with morrisey comes to mind.
oh my god DEFINITELY how could i forget
also the fucking ENIGMA FORCE FIVE
the brett gelman/scott aukerman dynamic was so good
i know it’s ridiculous to tell people to listen to all 300 episodes of comedy bang bang but when there’s stuff like injustice for all i can’t tell people to just hit all the daly/zouks and PFT eps in good conscience because god there’s so much GOOD SHIT in those first 100 eps
actually, now that i think about it, there’s one trend that i miss in post-CDR. there was a lot of prewritten/pretaped bits that really added to the show that aren’t nearly as common now
also a list of CBB/CDR stuff i miss
i don’t miss all the novelty songs though
it’s really hard to go on these Rants™ without saying oxymoronic dumb shit like “TAKE COMEDY SERIOUSLY” but honestly i guess that’s what i’m getting at
frankly the fact that The State wasn’t once mentioned in any of my 5 mandatory art history classes disappoints me
IDK i’m weirdly defensive of pure comedy and i feel like people look down on it sometimes and don’t realize how difficult/complex/important it is and it’s time for me to go to bed i guess
Sean Clements, Hollywood Handbook
the “Ehhh! Wrong” segment is the most important segment in the history of podcasts