Episode 133

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The Indoor Kids #133: Motivation Farming with Dan Harmon

Today the Kids welcome back Dan Harmon to talk about Community, other TV he’s watching, and the video games he currently has the headspace for. Plus we talk news with Burnside!

Battlefield 4, Borderlands 2, Candy Crush Saga, The Banner Saga, Nintendo World Championship, Batman: Arkham Origins: Blackgate, Paint Dryer, Assassin’s Creed 4, Assassin’s Creed 4, Tetris, Pac Man, God of War, Halo, The Sims, Minecraft, GTA, NBA 2K14, Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, Terraria, Junk Jack, Junk Jack X, Hay Day, Township, Resident Evil, Fallout: New Vegas, D&D, Skyrim

Community, The Walking Dead, True Detective, Hannibal, Enlisted, Cougertown, Rick and Morty, The Meltdown, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Better Off Dead, Mr. Show

Her, The Wolf of Wall Street, Zodiac, Gravity, Seven, Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit


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  • Ok one last time.

    GooseGanja, when did I call you a troll on twitter? Although that is what you are. You told “Fuck you” to my wife. And then apologized for it. And now you and RG are spinning yourself into some kind of self-righteous rage. You do not get to say “Fuck You” to my wife and then act as if that’s an ok thing to do. You know it was wrong. You apologized. And now you are back to defending it. And you also don’t get to call me immature after saying “Fuck You” to my wife.

    RG, we said we did not like The Hobbit. We did not make any personal attacks on Peter Jackson. I hope you understand the difference between that and making negative presumptions about us as human beings. When someone reviews something, the implicit understanding is that it is their opinion. The first sentence of every New York Times review doesn’t start with “In my opinion.” Because that is implied. If I say The Hobbit sucks, nobody in their right mind would think I’m making an objective statement. I’m clearly stating my opinion. I am sorry you are having issues in your personal life that are causing you to have bad days. You should try and fix them or go see a therapist. Attacking people you say you are a fan of is not the best course of action.

    I messed up an checked this comment thread again and found two people egging each other on. I don’t understand. Why is it such a threat for you to have people disagree with you? Be secure in the things you like. Like them even if other people dislike them. And then I find GanjaGoose going back to defending himself saying horrible things about Emily, after profusely and seemingly sincerely apologizing for it.

    This is pointless. Thank you for all the positive people who listen to our podcast. It is unfair that I don’t reply to you but do reply to the negative ones. Emily and I are extremely busy people and unfortunately the negative comments seem to have a bigger impact than the positive ones. Something about human nature I guess. But us stating our opinions does not open you guys up to personal attacks on us, or to make presumptions about us as people.

    The Hobbit sucks,


  • Oh GooseGanja, you also reduced Emily’s entire existence to “having married a comedian.” Hope you’ll one day realize how reductive, offensive and sexist that is.


  • A lopsided form of communication, huh? I suppose if you loosely define ALL media as a lopsided form of communication then this definition works perfectly. People on the creative side deliver communication to a lot of people, and then some of those people give feedback on the quality and content of the communication. If you’re looking to narrowly define all conversational style podcasting as merely “a lopsided form of communication”, however, and not acknowledge it as a valid form of entertainment I think that’s a bit reductive. Conversational podcasting is entertainment.

    Let me put it this way. I think we can agree that standup comedy definitely qualifies as entertainment. A comic stands on stage and talks to an audience with the assistance of a microphone. Sometimes he or she is doing material that they’ve written beforehand; other times they’re riffing and talking about things that come up in the moment and improvising jokes based on what’s happening in the room. Conversational podcasting is essentially the same. You still have someone standing on a virtual stage, they’re still talking to an audience with the assistance of a microphone, sometimes they’re discussing prepared topics and other times they’re going off the written page and letting a free-flowing conversation happen. Whether it’s in podcasting or in standup the fact that the parties involved know that they’re producing entertainment affects the finished product. A standup comic isn’t the same onstage as he or she is offstage and a conversation with Kumail and Emily in person would be much different from an episode of the The Indoor Kids.

    I don’t have to use standup comedy by the way. I can make the same comparison using scripted television, stage plays, movies, radio talk shows, reality TV, etc. It’s a lopsided form of communication in the same way that any form of media is, but it’s also so much more. The point is, just because you think you can do some version of it too doesn’t mean it’s not a valid form of entertainment and it doesn’t mean that there aren’t a thousand difficult things you’re not thinking of that go into producing it that make it the quality product that it is with as many listeners/viewers as it has.

    Now here’s where I think the root of a lot of your conflict comes from: As for complaints being invalid, no complaint is invalid about any form of entertainment from the perspective of the complainer. Everyone gets to have an opinion and nobody needs anybody else in the entire world to validate their opinion except for themselves. All opinions, including opinions about other people’s opinions, are subjective by their very nature. If I say I think a major Hollywood celebrity is a bad actor, for example, that’s my opinion. If you think he’s a great actor then that’s your opinion. If you think that my opinion is invalid, then that’s your opinion about my opinion. That doesn’t change my opinion, and it doesn’t change my opinion about my opinion. We can disagree about the validness about my opinion, and neither one of us is objectively wrong because that’s not how opinions work. Opinions are always subjective, never objective, and are therefore never “wrong” or “right”. They’re simply one person’s interpretation of facts.

    In that light, why would anyone get mad over anyone else’s opinion? If I disagree with you then I can say “You’re wrong for thinking that,” but that’s obviously not correct. In that instance, what I’m really saying is “I think you’re wrong.” Whether or not I actually use those words, that’s the case. At that point it’s your choice to agree with me or disagree with me based on the validity of the facts I use to support my opinion. Facts can be true or false, opinions are based on facts, and you can change your opinion if you find that some of the facts you were using to support your opinion are false or if you come across new facts that you were previously unaware of. The facts are objective, but the opinions are not, and although they’re closely related and easy to confuse, they’re not the same thing.

    So when Dan Harmon says this or that about why he thought the Hobbit wasn’t as good as it could’ve been, that’s his opinion informed by his thoughts, his experiences, his culture, his life. If Kumail and Emily agree with him, again those are their opinions based on their own separate points of view. They’re not right, they’re not wrong, they’re not trying to prove that anything is objectively bad, and they’re certainly not saying that anyone is dumb if they believe differently (and even if they were, again, that would be their own opinion which you’re under no obligation to take on as your own). They’re simply stating an opinion from their point of view and presenting the facts that support those opinions. If you feel differently, then great! You disagree! A disagreement with “cool Los Angeles people” is no reason to feel dumb. Your opinion is just as valid to you as theirs is to them.

    The only reason there are podcasts at all is because there are opinionated people in the world and other people who want to hear those opinions. Regarding your reference to the wall going up, based on what he actually wrote I think the wall specifically went up when Kumail read GG’s “fuck you” comment, but hypothetically even if it was also a reaction to yours, it might be because you came on a little bit strong.

    In my last post I talked about roles and the amount of work that each person puts into a relationship. Let’s say you had a relative living with you for an extended period of time. They’re a bit down on their luck, but they’re still employed part time and can afford basic expenses. As part of the agreement you make when they move in they agree to pay fifty bucks a month to help out with the groceries and the utilities. It’s something, but it’s only a tiny, tiny, fraction of the monthly expenses, and nowhere near what you would actually charge for rent if they weren’t related to you. Now let’s say that one Saturday afternoon this person had an issue with the volume at which you watched the TV in your living room because they were trying to read a book and it was distracting them. Even if they asked you to turn it down in the most polite and respectful way possible, it’s still a concession on your part because it’s your TV, it’s your house, and you should be able to listen to it at any volume you want. They could literally go anywhere else in the world, the library, the park, Starbucks, a bookstore, and not be distracted by your TV. You didn’t ask them to come live with you and be affected by your TV, right? But let’s say that instead of acknowledging the nature of the living situation and the financial situation in their attempt to speak to you about it, let’s say instead that they approached you a bit more intensely. Let’s say they started with “RG, man, I want to like you so much but every goddam time I start to read a book you turn on your goddam TV!” I imagine you’d be a bit put off and some walls would go up.

    I think that, as the entertainer, as the person who has the temerity to put his name and his face and his opinion out there for people to judge regardless of the consequences and make himself a figurative egg target, Kumail has a right to expect a bit of respect from the audience whose only function is to sit there and pay attention. He’s doing at least 95% of the work. If an audience member is going to criticize a performer, then the tone of their complaint should at least convey the understanding of their minimal contribution to the relationship. If you’re being rude to, or demanding of, an entertainer then I’d have to image that, at best, in his or her eyes you’re being presumptuous. At worst you’re going to be viewed as a troll. Probably depending on how that particular entertainer is feeling that day and it would be no different for you if you were in their position. Can you imagine if people walked by you all day at your job and criticized you if they thought you were doing it wrong? I would go insane. If Kumail doesn’t put the wall up at some point, then the eggs that get thrown don’t hit a wall. They hit him. And he literally can’t do his job figuratively covered in eggs. That’s the function of a wall in the first place, protection.

  • Look, again, I never asked anything to change.

    There’s a cyclical thing happening here where, on principle, the things you use to defend the hosts must also defend my ability to criticize them. Dan (of whom I’m a huge fan, but who is occasionally and self-admittedly undermined by his own dogma) saying that it’s OK to complain about the nerd media you’re getting goes both ways. It also justifies my ability to complain here, about this.

    I didn’t say that a conversational podcast isn’t entertainment. It’s just that when you compare it to something like, say, Comedy Bang Bang (which is more of a performance), this is less structured, and yeah, less professional. That’s no dig; they’re making the podcast they want to make, and by choice, it’s looser and less professional.

    So the more I get into this, the more I have to just call it: Yes, Kumail and Emily can say whatever they want. But they’re putting themselves out there, and criticism is the pricetag on their pedestal. It’s not charity work. So, let’s stop trying to protect fragile Kumail and Emily, shall we? I could go on about how I’m no troll, but in the end it wouldn’t matter whether I’m one or not, because trolls still exist. It’s time to start shrugging shit off.

  • “Yes, Kumail and Emily can say whatever they want. But they’re putting themselves out there, and criticism is the pricetag on their pedestal. It’s not charity work. So, let’s stop trying to protect fragile Kumail and Emily, shall we?”

    Sure. OK. I just think there’s a difference between “criticism” and trying to tell entertainers that they’re responsible for your emotions because they shared an opinion you didn’t agree with. I also think when you’re making said criticism you should do so with an understanding that you’re giving criticism anonymously as an audience member whereas when they give theirs it’s in public with full names and attached. Zero accountability vs. total accountability. I know you’d like to equate the two, but it’s just not the same thing.

  • Yunno, you’re really taking what I said out of context. I was not “holding them responsible” for my emotional response to the show. I’m not mentally ill, as you seem to have assumed. I was NOT telling them that it was their responsibility to make such an appeal to the audience, but simply that they INCIDENTALLY had that power at one time; yes, it’s a backhanded compliment to say that that’s changed, but it’s something I’ve said to lots of different entertainers and podcasters in my time–and have said to Kumail and Emily in the past–and it always seems to mean something to people (for instance, when my wife and I had a puppy that died, I wrote Scott Aukerman and told him that Comedy Bang Bang had helped us get our minds off it, and he wrote me back genuinely moved, saying I’d reminded him that he’s not just doing silly meaningless stuff for a living. Ever since I’ve tried to tell people what their work really means to me).

    So when I say that it no longer does that, it doesn’t mean I hold them responsible for that. It was merely coloring my statement to make it known that I’m not just… yep, you guessed the word: a troll. I was pissed, but I was not a troll. The show has changed, for the better for some and for the worse for others, but if you want to talk about responsibility, it’s not the audience’s responsibility to just love everything they do.

    And what it comes to is this: Your defense of Kumail and Emily is almost certainly more complex than their ACTUAL response to negative comments. It often feels like every ounce of negativity is considered trolling. I’m not asking them to change that, but I’m calling it like I see it; for instance, they’re fans of the Hobbit and are entitled to their opinion of it, and I’m a fan of them and I’m entitled to mine. Agreed? So bear with me here: Peter Jackson has almost certainly SEEN the complaints about the Hobbit. The difference is, he’s not bitching about trolls on Twitter. That’s called professionalism.

    Now, please don’t accuse me of DEMANDING professionalism from Kumail and Emily. Again, I’m simply calling it like I see it. It’s a personality flaw that makes me like them less, and it makes me not want to listen to their podcast. Whether that’s an emotional reaction or a technical one doesn’t make a lick of difference. End of story.

  • I mean, dude, even GG’s comment was impolite, but it wasn’t TROLLING. I’m a person who makes things with my hands for a living too, and yeah, what she said was still messed up regardless of whether GG addressed it properly or not. That’s the kind of double-standard I’m talking about.

    Exaggerated example: If somebody said something racist and somebody else called them out for it, how attractive would it be if they went to Twitter and said, “Boohoo! I’m getting trolled!”? Just deal with it, dammit. If you’re saying that’s not a fair thing to say, you’re then validating emotional responses and negating your prior argument. People can do something wrong, and I can call it out.

  • @Kumail – I never apologized for anything but the fowl language I used. I sent you and Emily an honest apology through twitter about saying “fuck you”. Less than 15 minutes later you tweeted … “You always win against trolls because you’re not lonely and bitter and obsessively commenting on something you hate.”
    Coincidence … no way. How is calling me “lonely and bitter” any better? Do you think thats why Joe and Goat kept adding thoughtful comments to the page .. or the other people that added cool things to say, because they are “obsessive”? If so .. why did you come back? Id say thats a big reason why I returned to this page to continue the convo. You said sorry for not responding to the posotive peoples comments and then immediately dedicate several paragraphs to RG and me. It all comes back to hypocrisy. We don’t have a podcasts with thousands of listeners so we come in here and express our dislikes with other listeners and enjoy hearing their response .. deal with it and stop calling everyone trolls (you sound like a robot).

  • I didn’t even notice Kumail’s comment.

    Kumail, I’m sorry I caught you off-guard. However, in the beginning, I didn’t say anything about you as a person, as you’ve tried to claim. I didn’t say anything about you, any more than you said something about Peter Jackson. Yes, I said something TO you, but making a big distinction about that is fallacious; everything either of us has said is public and accessible. The closest I came to saying anything about you as a person was when I tried to give you an idea of my history with the content you’ve produced, and that was intended–admittedly backhandedly–as a positive statement.

    And since then, all I’ve said is that I think there’s a double standard about how you guys take criticism. I don’t think you’re a horrible person. I think you’re probably very sensitive, especially when faced with unfamiliar people/entities, and I think that translates into there being some flaws in how you view/handle your audience. You’re right about GG having been offensive, but just because he was offensive, it doesn’t mean your reaction has been balanced with regard to the audience as a whole.

    Note that none of this has to do with my initial complaint. I’m not railing against you for the themes of the show (though I don’t appreciate that you’ve reduced my complaint to, “You said mean things about a thing I like!” when it was simply an example of how “fuck this, fuck that” shitting on stuff that has become more ubiquitous on your show). No, since then, the talk has become all about whether we can bring up negative things about your otherwise-great show, and whether that’s somehow going to be a big deal that gets brought to Twitter or to the next podcast.

    I’m also not “teaming up” with GooseGanja, beyond the fact that we both got the same weird rage-reply. GG and I both went overboard in different ways. However, ultimately, I think you would feel better about these things if you didn’t assume the worst of every negative commenter, and just realize one thing:

    Sometimes, you are to us what Peter Jackson is to you.

    You guys said the Hobbit made you mad; that’s not just a review, man. Don’t backpedal! That’s disappointed fandom. That’s nerd-rage. And yunno what? That’s what an episode of your podcast did for us. We may be pathetic, but we’re not trolls. We said something about your podcast, you know you’ve said things about other people… that’s just how it goes. I just think it might help everybody if you think of us as human beings.

  • I just reread my first comment, and, trying to be objective… I’m sorry, but it really wasn’t that bad. I didn’t say anything about you as people.

    Wasn’t making a huge deal with the depression thing; I’m simply one of those cautious people who DOES deal with depression but can conquer it by being very careful about what I take in. So, it’s just hard when I have to let something go from my routine because it has started bumming me out. But… I got jumped on by everybody because it was negative, just the same as if I HAD said “fuck you.”

  • @RG – i dont know why we are lumped together in this. We both have different issues. Everyone keeps referring to “fuck you” I said, and im flattered, but looking back … was saying fuck you really that bad considering the response I got from several people and the creator. I didnt degrade them as human beings just a few of there views. I didnt tell anyone to kill themselves or call them bitter and pathetic. Fuck you may have been more apropriate now than earlier.

  • Hey, you said that, not me. Let’s try and give the benefit of the doubt; Kumail and Emily don’t know that we’re not just CG orcs behind keyboards, and I get that it can feel that way. But we do need some delineation here… again: human beings.

  • @RG – its been over 18 years since ive read the Hobbit. Mikey made a good point yesterday … most of the CG creatures you see are goblins slaves in orchish armor commanded by orch generals. The only time orcs show up in the Hobbit book was in the Gandolf describes the great war with humans orcs and elves in front of the mountain were Smaug lives. The main badies in the book were goblins trolls and giant spiders.

  • RG, I apologize if I misunderstood your intention and tone. We’re about to go into production on our TV show and both Emily and I are extremely stressed out and overworked. We look to this podcast as a means to relaxation and positivity and perhaps I over reacted to the negativity.

    gooseganja, you said fuck you to my wife and collapsed her entire existence and opinions into ” being married to a comedian.” I have nothing to say to you.


  • @Kumail – Sexist? I mentioned she got married … so marriage is exclusive to just women? Sounds like a homophobic thinking to me huh. You dont have anything to say to me … you just did bro .. so?

  • GG, maybe what you said was overblown, but it was still a jab. You’ve said some very reasonable things too, but it’s hard to sell those when they’re mixed in with jabs.

    Kumail, it’s all good. You’re blowin’ up, and I’m happy for you guys. There’s no justification for people being assholes to you, but just try to remember that not everybody is MADE of asshole–and I don’t say that for their sake, but for your own peace of mind. Positivity is like looking at a great finished painting: it’s pleasant, but you can only look for so long. With negativity, there’s more to analyze, because we want to figure out how to get rid of it. We’re all reacting to different sources of negativity in much the same way, and that reality sucks, but hopefully we can all find a silver lining next time and not set ourselves back by magnifying its source. I’m guilty of that too, despite my best intentions.

  • I count down the days until the next Indoor Kids and Harmontown podcasts.
    Sad as some may think it to be, they’re the highlight of my week and I look anxiously look forward to them.
    It makes me both sad and angry to see a couple of losers (RG and GooseGanja) putting this podcast in jeopardy.
    Obviously you guys have nothing better to do than debate and debate on a comment section. That’s also quite sad. Exchange emails and debate privately if you want, unless you’re ok with the rest of the world seeing how pathetic you are typing paragraph after paragraph on the justifying your shitty behaviour.

    @GooseGanja, you’re a fucking piece of shit. Hopefully you mature and get a life, or stop posting here.

    In the hopes that Kumail may see this, I’d like to suggest maybe charging for the podcast, $0.99c or $1 or something. I’d be happy to pay as I feel it’s more than worth it.
    Maybe that will invite more people to feel entitled to bitch about things, but the upside to that would be a bit of cash in your pocket.
    Just a thought.

    @GooseGanja, once again, fuck off you piece of shit.

  • You obviously haven’t read anything I’ve written. The majority of this was me defending myself against other commenters who had very elaborate ways of trying to tell me that there was no room for negative comments about something I otherwise enjoy. At times, it even turned into a rather thoughtful debate about the host/audience dichotomy and how perceptions become skewed between the two, and how my side of this actually reached resolution in the end. Seeing as you’re a fan of Harmontown, I would think open discussion would be a virtue for you, but I guess not. Anyway, I had nothing to do with GooseGanja’s comment. They were two incredibly different things.

    But you’ve overlooked all that, and you called me a loser for not having the same outlook as you. Seems like you’re really passionate about the value of being nice. Well, if you’ll take note, I never indulged in any name-calling in my comment, and its intensity–language included–only came from my disappointment as a fan.

    Maybe next time you could think about what it does to people to call them losers and try to shame them, and you could ask yourself if that really encourages making things any better.

  • @RB – I might be an ass but at least I didnt go back on everything I previously said like the pleab you seem to be. As soon as your “daddy” shit on you bent over backwards for him … makes me sick. With you comments alone … they could be in to an essay for an indepth look into a future serial killer. Your a basket case dude … get some help.

  • Its fukn Amurika dammit … i can say whatever and disagree with whatever I want. You guys have a right to shit on me in response … but dont act like I put this podcast in jeopardy. Thats not on me thats on Kumail and Emily. Grow the fuck up and grow a thicker skin. If saying “fuck you” affected so many people … thats weird!? How the hell do you function with conflict in real life.

    @RB – Your fuckn weird and a wonky dude … Do us all a favor and never read Catcher And The Rye.

    @Everyone else – mmmk

  • Wait… So that other guy laid into you, and you’re going after me now?

    Yikes. I didn’t “go back on” anything. I was clear and calm in my further explanation, and that came across. You, however, continued to antagonize. I don’t know what you expect, and I don’t know what beef you have with me, but whatever, man.

  • Aw, how cute. A lover’s quarrel.

    To tell the truth you’re both kind of appalling. RG, your gross overuse of commas alone makes me vomit in my mouth a little bit.

    What everyone keeps trying to explain to you nitwits is that of course you have a “right” to say whatever you want to whomever you want whenever you want. Duh shit, motherfuckers. The Westboro Baptist Church also has a “right” to picket the funerals of US soldiers with signs that say “GOD HATES FAGS” in letters a foot high.

    To quote The Dude: “You’re not wrong. You’re just an asshole.”

    You’re both the most cringe-worthy, whiny, self-defending, pathetic losers I’ve ever seen on the internet and that’s really a feat. I congratulate you.

    Every time somebody points out that you should take accountability for the way you come off to people you fall back on this shitty argument about how what you said wasn’t even that bad and people should just shrug it off. RG, like 7 people characterized what you said as an attack, including Kumail. Even if you didn’t mean for it to come off that way don’t you see that it did? Don’t you see that you’re partially responsible for that? That you could’ve taken responsibility for the effect that your words would have and attempted to express what you wanted to say without being abrasive? You filled your entire post with swear words and basically told Kumail and Emily that they exacerbated your depression and anxiety. Jesus. I hope you’re a bit less hostile with your wife and you don’t hold your emotions hostage like that when you argue with her. You must drive her fucking nuts.

    And then Kumail totally takes the high road and apologizes to you if he mis-characterized your post – which apparently was an easy thing to do considering all of the other people that did as well – and instead of offering him an apology for the tone of your post you give him a lecture about analyzing negative posts for positive intent on his own message board? That’s not his fucking job! You’ve got some chutzpah, bro. You must need a wheelbarrow to carry those balls around. If some random jagoff hands you a glass of water with a layer of scum over the top of it you’re not gonna drink it, asshole, even if you’re thirsty, which, in this case, Kumail was not. It’s not your job to peel the scum off and pour it through a filter for “your own peace of mind”. Get fucking real. Auckerman created a fucking monster.

    Get this through your thick fucking skulls: It’s not that you had negative things to say that bothered anyone. It’s the way you said them. Take some responsibility for the way you present yourselves you sickening manboys.

    Now I fully expect another avalanche of self-defending dipshittery, but hopefully you can find the silver lining in my post instead of magnifying the source of my negativity or whatever crackhead bullshit you were trying to peddle up there. Dumbfucks.

  • @(whatever comedian from cali who wrote the top comment) … You lost me at scum water haha. Scott Auckerman? What? Dont read Catcher and the Rye either dude … yikes.

  • Your not supposed to punctuate in (as I put on my suspenders and polish my glass bottle glasses) … Mmmglaven … umf pretty lady! Grammar whore? .. nah just a chump.

  • Ugh… So over this. I do, not, care, anymore. Enough commas?

    So that is what you’ve just accomplished. Me, not caring… at all. Congratulations on the fruits of your counterattack. Lucky for you, I will never listen to this podcast again, and it’s not even the hosts’ fault. But just so you know, my marriage is pretty fantastic. My wife once high-fived me over how great our marriage is. Maybe it’s because I don’t spend energy bending over backward to please people on the internet. Whatever the case, goodbye.

  • @RG – Are you a real person or ghost in the machine sent here to creep me out. “My wife once high-fived me over how great our marriage is.” … dude i hope you get more than high fives. You are either fukn hilarious or a nutterbutter … cant tell.

  • This is just insane. It’s also very sad. Everyone involved should take a hot bath and let it go. Also, go look at pictures of kitties. It may do you some good, and is definitely a more productive way to spend your time.

    Thanks for the podcast Emily & Kumail. I listen every week. :)

  • Ugh, I’m feeling like such an internet fanboy and its a weird feeling for me, but Dan’s argument for shitting on the walking deads first season was pretty ridiculous. The comic started in 2003 and the series premiered in 2010. Saying it stayed “too true to the comic” when the source material is outdated is insane. It was not from the 90s nor was it “20 years later.” I suppose assuming the comic was old because it was in black and white is a fair (but stupid) assumption, but whatever.

  • @WDfan … Dude dont feel bad about posting your thoughts, opinions, and much needed corrections just because Indoor Kids groupies (and even the creators of the show) put you down. Seems like every week they vere off the path more and more in wich their podcast is presented as .. a fucking video game or maybe even a tv/movie media podcast. Besides that grievance … even the media/video game facts are so wrong is down right frustrating. I’ve read like 4 r 5 issues of the Walking Dead … and the fact I know more about the comic/differences in the show than the “Hollywood Elite” is retarded. My suggestion to anyone who got as annoyed at the fake and snooty demeanor that these tools projected in this cast … dont listen to the next one … the lake of videogame love in next weeks cast is just sad.

    Shame on you Kumail and Emily for loosing your way.

  • The friend who had a therapist that killed himself is probably Sarah Silverman. i’m not being a a jerk by pointing fingers, it is in her fantastic book which you should buy a physical copy and audiobook to read along while she narrates it.

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