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Episode 319: Nerdist Podcast
T.J. Miller Returns!
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Nerdist Podcast: T.J. Miller Returns!

T.J. Miller returns to the Nerdist! He sits down with Chris, Matt and Jonah to talk about society’s addiction to social media, living a life at full momentum, and the things in life that make them happy!

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Comments

  1. TylerRay says:

    Just Listened to this one and was surprised to hear TJ’s uncle runs the Wendy’s in Pittsburg, KS. I frequented that Wendy’s in the 11 years that I lived in Pitt! Small world lol.

  2. @ArchGirl99 The app is pzizz, specifically “pzizz energizer” if you’re looking for power nap help. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pzizz-energizer/id326427471?mt=8.

  3. English Bob says:

    I love the Nerdist, but I have to admit, this episode was a struggle for me. Hearing comedians complain about their workloads….meh, was a bit tough to listen to as I sat at my desk, at my 9-5 job…crunching numbers all day….

    Also, NEVER sing like that again, Chris 😛

    I’m not a troll by the way, please don’t hurt me!

  4. Bill says:

    Chris’ spoken impressions are great, but holy shit the Michael McDonald singing was fingernails-on-chalkboard grating. One of the worst things I’ve heard on any podcast. Please please please never do it again on the show. Save it for the standup act or something. I’m begging here. Just brutal.

  5. Megan says:

    I think your problems with unwinding comes from having a job that is so intertwined with your personal interests. The line between work and play is blurred. I work in an office and it’s VERY clear to me when it’s quitting time and therefore time for something I actually enjoy doing. Does that make any sense? And I’m not bashing you and saying you have bs problems. Anyway, enjoyed the episode. And for the record, not all people in Kansas are like TJ’s relatives!

  6. Megan says:

    I think your problems with unwinding comes from having a job that is so intertwined with your personal interests. The line between work and play is blurred. I work in an office and it’s VERY clear to me when it’s quitting time and therefore time for something I actually enjoy doing. Does that make any sense? And I’m not bashing you and saying you have bullshit problems. Anyway, enjoyed the episode. And for the record, not all people in Kansas are like TJ’s relatives!

  7. morgan says:

    I was officially dying from laughter at the end with the Michael McDonald singing >.<

  8. Josh says:

    I respect so much of what you guys do. I think about having to be creative and on it 100% of the time and I get panicky. I think the hardest thing in the world is being your own boss. The only person telling you how to do it is you and that scares the crap out of me. Sure it sucks having some jerk tell you what to do but at least you can go to someone and ask what do I need to do to get a raise of further my career. Not only that but it’s nice to clock out at the end of the day. I really believe in compartmentalization. This time is for work and once I’m done I’m done. This time is for family and friends and nothing interferes with that. This time is me time and that’s usually outside and active be it climbing or hiking or just going for a swim. I know how you feel about God but I think there is wisdom in having a sabbath day where you just do nothing accept what you want and relax. The other five or six days can worry about themselves but taking that one day and relaxing and enjoying just being is so rejuvenating. Oh well I rambled on long enough now I send this out to be read by possibly no one and have it sit in the ether for eternity……

  9. Arabrabra says:

    Chris, I listened to the WHOLE eppy! Michael McPanicAttack was THEE best. Love you guys. Thanks for the FREE podcast!

  10. Katie says:

    I’ve always thought TJ Miller was ridiculously hilarious, but it was really refreshing to be able to relate on the real life stuff. This was my first listen to Nerdist. So glad I have something else to add to my podcast queue!

  11. Niko says:

    What was the name of that app? I just tried scanning through the episode again, but I’m not having any luck finding that part.

  12. Remember, the RSS feed is always boss. And by boss I mean accurate and up to date. Here it is: http://nerdist.libsyn.com/rss

  13. Shannon says:

    I really enjoyed listening to TJ talk about unplugging yourself from the world. I’ve been thinking about that quite a bit lately. I Less than three you guys.

  14. ArchGirl99 says:

    I really enjoyed the podcast today! Its great to have all this wonderful FREE content. If itunes is still acting up I use the BeyondPod app on my phone and can all of my podcasts in one place.

  15. Fred Hughes III says:

    The Chadwick, ‘I’m a bad friend. I should do my famous friends a favor and hang out with them more often, but I’m busy being famous and important, too, but I totally know famous comedians personally.” schtick is officially old. Real friends don’t brag about being friends with their real friends. (Followed by further quotes from the Whodini catalog, preferably from the Haunted House of Rock 12″.)