It’s That Episode with Eddie Pepitone
Eddie Pepitone (The Bitter Buddha) joins Craig to watch the series finale of “All in the Family. Eddie and Craig watch while incorrectly assuming that Edith will die. Eddie tries to figure out why Carroll O’Connor did a spin-off and complains about bad New York accents.
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It’s That Episode with Eddie Pepitone

Eddie Pepitone (The Bitter Buddha) joins Craig to watch the series finale of “All in the Family. Eddie and Craig watch while incorrectly assuming that Edith will die. Eddie tries to figure out why Carroll O’Connor did a spin-off and complains about bad New York accents.

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I guess that’s why they call him Arnold SHORTSenegger.

I guess that’s why they call him Arnold SHORTSenegger.

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Canadian High Schoolers performing Dog Fleet.

Canadian High Schoolers performing Dog Fleet.

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Two years ago Rory Panagatopulous and I put up a show called “Dog Fleet” at the UCB Theatre in NYC. It’s about crime fighting dogs from outer space, who have to fart in order to save the U.S. from an alien-wasp-president, named President Waspington.

We are very excited to announce that next week it will be performed by high school students in Canada (Click here for info). Good luck Oxbow Prairie Horizons School students! Watch a full video of the original show with Jim Santangeli, Birch Harms, Sue Galloway, Neil W. Casey and Rob Lathan, directed by Mitch Magee right here: http://vimeo.com/44002833

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It’s That Episode: Jill Donnelly watches vintage ‘Antiques Roadshow’

Jill Donnelly (UCB Theatre, The Moth) invites Craig over, makes some dinner and watches a vintage episode of “Antiques Roadshow” — are you enticed? Jill and Craig put guns to each other’s heads to find out what they should collect and debate whether or not they are sub-human.

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It’s That Episode: Thomas Middleditch watches ‘Through the Wormhole’

Thomas Middleditch (HBO’s Silicon Valley) is a gentleman and a dandy who chose to watch the Morgan Freeman narrated ‘Through the Wormhole.’ Thomas and Craig talk God, the create-tor, brain helmets and computer universes. And, of course, Matt Mira makes a cameo to drop some Turok: The Dinosaur Hunter knowledge.

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Check out this sketch that Chris Kula and I wrote for Will Ferrell on @midnight. Also, brush your frickin’ teeth, your breathy is stanky.

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It’s That Episode: Jonah Ray watches the ‘Cheers’ where Cliff Does Stand-Up

Jonah Ray (The Nerdist, Meltdown) watches an episode from season 10 of ‘Cheers’ where Cliff Clavin tries stand-up. Jonah and Craig talk about older people trying comedy, wonder what a Full House reunion would be like with the Olsen twins, and have a good ol’ time talking movies and TV.

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It’s That Episode: Bridey Elliot checks out ‘House of Cards’

Bridey Elliot (UCB Theatre) has never seen “House of Cards” so Craig introduces her to a spoilerific episode from the first season. Bridey and Craig delve deep into the Netflix Original show, discuss how Vin Diesel would respond to being offered almonds, and Bridey explains why the AOL Instant Messenger “Smarter Child” thought she was a terrorist.

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Nerdist Podcast: Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer

I got to co-host today’s episode of The Nerdist podcast with guests Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer from Broad City. Why aren’t you listening right now?

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It’s That Episode: Curtis Gwinn watches ‘Luther’

Curtis Gwinn (The Walking Dead, The Leftovers) introduces Craig to “Luther” which is essentially “a peak performance NCIS.” Curtis rages out about “Saving Mr. Banks,” discusses the transition to writing TV drama and reminds us that asteroids could kill us at any moment.

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It’s That Episode: D’Arcy Carden Obsesses Over ‘Friends’

D’Arcy Carden (UCB Theatre, Terrible Babysitters) drops by to watch one of her favorite episodes of “Friends.” D’Arcy gives out the Barack Hussein Obama Award for Comedic Genius, discusses her “Rachel” hairdo, and delves into her very real obsession with One Direction.

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It’s That Episode: Blaine Captach revisits ‘Quark’

Blaine Capatch (Nerd Poker, @midnight) introduces Craig to the very short lived Buck Henry 1970’s space comedy “Quark.” Blaine breaks out his unbeatable knowledge of 70’s TV, talks about seeing Star Wars in the theater, and generally has a delightful conversation with Craig.

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It’s That Episode: Chris Kula watches ‘House Hunters’

Chris Kula (Community, @midnight) drops on by to watch an episode of “House Hunters.” Chris shows off his insane knowledge of the show which he acquired through years of binge watching. Chris and Craig also delve deep into the origin of #melfiselfie.

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I guess you can say work is “weird” sometimes. GET IT? If you don’t get it, let me explain it to you: Weird Al is in the picture.

I guess you can say work is “weird” sometimes. GET IT? If you don’t get it, let me explain it to you: Weird Al is in the picture.

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