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Episode 39

The Todd Glass Show

Nick Thune and Daniel Kinno

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The Todd Glass Show #39: Nick Thune and Daniel Kinno

The very tall and hilarious Nick Thune joins the show to sing some songs, Todd admits he has no rhythm, and they talk about how annoying it is to rake leaves!

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13 comments

  • If there was some kind of way to distil your jingles into some kind of liquid, which I could then inject directly into my blood stream. I would do it in a heartbeat.

    I would likely die; I would however pass from this world with a big smile on my face.

  • A friend of mine works at a game store and one day a kid walked in with his father and the kid wanted a game with a female main character, so my friend picked a game for him (Mirror’s Edge) and the father went “hey son why don’t you pick something a bit more manly” and that sort of thing, and my friend replied with something I never really thought of – “Hey, don’t worry, I’m a girl and I like guy stuff like video games”. I just subconsciously always had double standards, when a girl liked “guy stuff” it was cool, but when a guy liked “girl stuff” it wasn’t… I just wanted to share that.

  • I wanna start this comment by saying, Nick Thune’s appearance on fellow Nerdist Network podcast, You Made It Weird, was one of my favorite from the series.

    Maybe my head was in a weird place, but I didn’t feel like Nick gelled well with Todd’s style, and I felt disappointed by this episode. I love the show so much and always listen to the episodes more than once so I’ll re-evaluate this one at some point, but I just wanted to put my thought out there in case it could be used constructively in tandem with some thoughts that the people involved with the podcast may have had.

  • Just wanted to check back in about my last comment; I gave it a second listen and it was me. It was a great show as usual. A little more serious for most of it, and got really silly at the end. Nick Thune was rolling with every punch, and I hope he can come back later.