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Episode 76: The Todd Glass Show
Daniel Kinno and David…
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The Todd Glass Show #76: Daniel Kinno and David Feldman

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Comments

  1. Julia says:

    This was great. And Blake’s rant at the end was the perfect way to end the show.

  2. the todd leaving everybody in charge bit was amazing!

    great show.

  3. liam says:

    I liked this so much maybe I’ll see if this Daniel Kinno person is on twitter and follow him.

  4. Zach Coty says:

    I liked this episode so much I listened to it twice. David Feldman was a great guest, and I really liked that you guys managed to keep true to the serious and silly mix of the show. Daniel Kinno really stepped into Todd’s shoes for the episode and ran the ship. The big challenge was to keep the episode true to the show, and I think you guys did a great job. Also, I LOVE BLAKE WEXLER!

  5. Anthony says:

    David Feldman, on the other hand, is just okay.

  6. Anthony says:

    This Dan Feldman character is aces. Just aces, I tell ya!

  7. Mark says:

    Still listening through, so I hope I don’t repeat something said later, but re: Dennis Miller: I think the fundamental reason conservative comedy doesn’t work is because (good) comedy subverts the status quo, and conservatism is all about maintaining the status quo. You can get by in comedy, certainly, but an entire dimension of possible material is compromised by not challenging the system.

    We’ll take a break, we’ll be right back.

  8. Anthony says:

    Commence Friday!