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The Comedy Button: Episode 31

Bit of a wonky episode this week, but hey, we’re all back together!

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The Comedy Button — Episode 31 (2012-05-25)
This week, we talk all about wrestling moves that double as sex positions, those ridiculous Leprechaun movies, those ridiculous Child’s Play movies, Brian’s love for Hoarders, the store where manbabies go to die, RoboCop bubble bath, Captain Power toys, Anthony’s childhood disdain for personal hygiene, Brian vs. the Amish, the Alcoholocaust, listeners’ sex dreams (about us), things we never want to hear during sex, and how staying up too long will turn you into an insane person. Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, Ryan Scott, and Max Scoville.
Running Time: 1h 6m 34s
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The Comedy Button: Episode 30

I missed out on most of this episode, but it wasn’t for lack of trying this time — stay tuned for a very special phone call from a train. Assuming I don’t run into anymore dead body issues, I’ll finally be back in-person next week!

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The Comedy Button — Episode 30 (2012-05-18)
This week, Ryan is an accomplice to murder, Scott’s dad is in the High School Sports Hall of Fame, drug dealers love cartoon characters, ’80s WWF got really insane, Max tries to talk about comics, Ryan calls in from the Murder Train, geese are jerks, squirrels are awesome, Brian’s mother is surprised that he isn’t in jail, drunk college girls remind most of us why we’re relieved we aren’t single, and the toilet in Pee Wee’s Playhouse hates his life. Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, Ryan Scott, and Max Scoville.
Running Time: 1h 5m 9s
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The Comedy Button: Episode 29

Another week, another episode without me (and this time also slightly late — sorry!). I promise I’m getting better, and I’ll be back next week!

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The Comedy Button — Episode 29 (2012-05-11)
This week, after a brief note about podcasting from SPAAAAACE, we chat about how Warhammer figures can save your life, how Santa Claus is always watching you, what happens when you throw toys into ceiling fans, childhood bullies, the porno magazine Max bought on his anniversary, American Stuffers (the greatest show ever), Star Wars character names vs. rapper names, Gremlins 2 (the greatest cartoon ever), Max’s Cinco de Mayo Kentucky Derby story, rich people hunting the poor in San Francisco, giant dongs, and Sea World raves. Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, and Max Scoville, with special guest Jack DeVries.
Running Time: 1h 4m 29s
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The Comedy Button: Episode 28

I’ve missed a second week, on account of being horribly sick and sounding like the living dead. And no, I will not do a Living Dead Ryan voice on the show. Enjoy this week’s episode, with guest-host Mike Drucker filling in for me!

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The Comedy Button — Episode 28 (2012-05-04)
This week, we dive into naked stand-up, farting to end a conversation, Scott’s podcast from 1986, Ralston brand cereals (and why they didn’t make any sense), Transformers in real life, what episode to start on when checking out the GameSpy Debriefings, really racist email, the worst marriage proposal ever, themed weddings, making our future children do everything for us, fake New York movie gangs, the Haight Street Drug Deal game, shameful Google searches, the terrible life of a dog, and the worst of Ruby-Spears Productions’ terrible cartoons. Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, and Max Scoville, with special guest Mike Drucker.
Running Time: 1h 7m 19s
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The Comedy Button: Episode 27

Busy times — Anthony and I missed this episode, so you’ll have to settle for returning guest Jack DeVries. It’s a relationship-themed episode where we finally answer all your stupid questions! Alright!

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The Comedy Button — Episode 27 (2012-04-27)
It’s the all-relationship episode, where we answer your letters and discuss how to get your lady to kiss you after she’s been down there, guest-host Jack DeVries’ sex bucket list, butt secks, what to do with a stack of money when you’re single, why you shouldn’t marry young, how Brian Altano lost his virginity, how Scott Bromley managed to masturbate to Hocus Pocus, growing up (and growing a pair), and relationship advice for cavemen. Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, and Max Scoville, with special guest Jack DeVries.
Running Time: 1h 9m 11s
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The Comedy Button: Episode 26

Former GameSpy Debriefings sometimes-cast-member Will Tuttle joins us this week, and makes fun of me for my lack of food knowledge. Just another week at the Comedy Button!

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The Comedy Button — Episode 26 (2012-04-20)
This week, former GameSpy editor Will Tuttle joins us to talk about his babies and quiz Ryan on a bunch of things that may or may not be real food. We also talk about Double Dare and… a bunch of other stuff. It’s a surprise! Oh boy! Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, Ryan Scott, and Max Scoville, with special guest Will Tuttle.
Running Time: 1h 10m 47s
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The Comedy Button: Episode 25

This week, former IGN editor Jack DeVries subs for an absent Max Scoville to tell some of the most awkward and hilarious sex-related stories we’ve ever had on this show (and that’s saying something).

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The Comedy Button — Episode 25 (2012-04-13)
This week, we discuss why Facebook sucks, why Tinychat makes us feel like we’re cult leaders, how we found out our significant others were cool, how Ryan proposed to his wife, the strangest things that have happened to us during sex, how special guest Jack DeVries lost his virginity to Cool Dog, the horrors of hot dog stuffed pizza, attending a DJ battle, newspapers that cater to the homeless, how bullying has changed over the years, sad-faced soda spills, how to write a good email, almost getting murdered on a date, and Ryan Scott’s cooking corner. Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, and Ryan Scott, with special guest Jack DeVries.
Running Time: 1h 12m 40s
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