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The Comedy Button: Episode 17

It’s a very special Valentine’s day/week/whatever episode of the Comedy Button, so break out your awful Russell Stover candy and get ready for us to make sweet love to those ear canals. Just remember: We still love you, even when we can’t control our violent impulses. Listen and share — and don’t forget to check out our apps on the Amazon Android Marketplace and the iOS Podcast Box for weekly bonus content!

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The Comedy Button — Episode 17 (2012-02-17)
This week on the Comedy Button, Max plays Santa Claus, Anthony hates on dumb holidays, Scott reviews his birthday gift, Ryan relates his excellent Valentine’s Day adventure, we relive our ’90s fashion nightmares, Brian admits to seeing Star Wars in 3D, we reminisce about our hometowns (and someone named Scary Gary), we tell you what to drink on your 21st birthday, Brian brings a most horrid makeshift projectile weapon to light, and we realize that old video games suck. Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, Ryan Scott, and Max Scoville.
Running Time: 1h 5m 1s
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The Comedy Button: Episode 16

Max Scoville is out sick this week with a case of the Way Too Handsomes. Sucks for him, because he missed an awesome episode (if I do say so myself)! So give it a listen, share it with some friends, and then don’t waste your money on Star Wars in 3D today (go listen to someone read you a book instead!).

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The Comedy Button — Episode 16 (2012-02-10)
On this week’s episode, we share our very special Toys-R-Us memories, recall some truly terrible Halloween costumes, marvel at the amazingness of the Sears Wishbook, cringe at stories of very drunk friends, ponder vegetarian options at steakhouses, consider camping out for Star Wars in 3D, talk about random trips to gay bars, discuss our biggest failures with women, and shake our heads over the weirdest birthday present ever. Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, and Ryan Scott.
Running Time: 1h 5m 40s
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The Comedy Button: Episode 15

I’m out again this week — nothing nefarious, it just boils down to scheduling issues — but please enjoy another madcap round of shenanigans. Let’s just say Milo & Otis fans should really look forward to this episode. Now listen and share, everyone! Hit them social networking buttons!

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The Comedy Button — Episode 15 (2012-02-03)
This week, the crew jokes about getting older, owning pets (and freaking them out), the greatest movie never made, being the coolest person at the worst job in the world, hot dates at Guitar Center, training dogs in order to impress women, things NOT to do with a woman, Jersey Shore spinoffs, video store nightmares, harsh listener reviews, and tainting work computers with pornography. Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, and Max Scoville.
Running Time: 1h 8m 8s
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The Comedy Button: Episode 14

Just a reminder to anyone listening to the Comedy Button via an iOS or Android mobile device: Grab our app on the iOS Podcast Box or Amazon.com Android Marketplace (respectively) for $1.99, and you’ll get some value-added bonus content every week! And give us a listen on Stitcher, too — you might just find some other great podcasts while you’re at it. Now give this week’s episode a listen, and click some of those share buttons at the end of this post!

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The Comedy Button — Episode 14 (2012-01-27)
This week, we examine the science of gayness (according to our listeners), dumb Amazon wish lists, bus horror stories, setting tree fort traps for Vietcong burglars, porno jackpots, the sad life of the Duffel Bags PR guy, the Justice League vs. world hunger, the continued debate of fart politics and girlfriends, the rules of “OH SNAP!”, listener questions, and Ryan’s first girlfriend. Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, Ryan Scott, and Max Scoville.
Running Time: 1h 9m 14s
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The Comedy Button: Episode 13

I unfortunately had to sit this episode out (nothing nefarious — I had an important out-of-town appointment), but somehow, these jokers managed to make it good without me. So give it a listen, and share it with the whole Internet as usual. And if you listen to the Comedy Button on your iOS or Android device, make sure to pick up our Comedy Button app via the iOS Podcast box or Amazon.com Android Marketplace. You’ll get some sweet mobile-only bonus content for picking these apps up!

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The Comedy Button — Episode 13 (2012-01-20)
This week, we remember why our parents may or may not have thought we were gay during our bromances, how awesome ToyFare Magazine was, how lame some of our childhood toys (like neon Batman figures) were, how awesome others (like ThunderCats) were, how girls failed to remember that handsome Harvey Dent became Two-Face, and how the Real Housewives of Atlanta think black mannequins dressed as slaves can’t actually have sex with them. Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, and Max Scoville.
Running Time: 1h 44m 23s
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The Comedy Button: Episode 12

This week — in addition to our regular show — we’ve got a small bonus clip for anyone who downloads our Android Marketplace or iOS Podcast Box apps. We’re hoping to make this a regular thing by offering small extras or behind-the-scenes stuff to add value to these one-time $1.99 purchases. Just to be clear, the show itself will always be free, so if you don’t care about these apps, don’t worry! Now go listen to our nonsense, share the episode with everyone you know and everyone you’ve ever met, and help us kick those Rooster Teeth bastards off their iTunes throne! Also: Check out the platinum hit single “Mittens Up,” by my newly discovered Earth-2 counterpart, embedded below.

For Android users who want to download our podcasting app, stay tuned — we’re still waiting for that one to pop up in the Android Marketplace. For iOS users, here’s what you need to do:

1. Download and launch the Podcast Box app.
2. Click Categories, then Games & Hobbies.
3. Swipe to page 2, and click on “The Comedy Button.”
4. Click the icon in the corner of the podcast description to get to the bonus content. BRAAPPP!!!

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The Comedy Button — Episode 12 (2012-01-13)
Put your mittens up, people! This week, we recorded an episode that sucked (so we scrapped it), and then we recorded this one (you get to be the judge of whether this one sucks too!) In any case, we say hello to Ryan Scott’s bizarro rapper twin, examine the upper echelon of Snob Hill, discuss the pitfalls of OKCupid, give our advice for name-changing (short version: just rename yourself “Max” like Max did), listen to some terrible theme song submissions, consider having babies (or not), and mock the ridiculousness of truTV. Also: Vajazzling. Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, Ryan Scott, and Max Scoville.
Running Time: 1h 21m 7s
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The Comedy Button: Episode 11

We’re back for another regular, non-commentary episode. Happy 2012, and make sure to share this episode (and all the other ones!) with all your friends. We’re on a mission to steal Rooster Teeth’s iTunes crown, people!

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The Comedy Button — Episode 11 (2012-01-06)
Our first episode of 2012 brings heartfelt discussion about local crack dealers, the kilometer-high club, horrible Christmas vacation antics, the worst food in the world, Cirque de Noel, Sonic’s lowest moment, genius TV commercials, homeless Family Feud, Fleshlights for monkeys, Max’s bizarre New Year’s adventure, dangerous winter weather, bad Andre the Giant cosplay, bangin’ out to Home Alone 2, and kickstarting a Kickstarter. Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, Ryan Scott, and Max Scoville.
Running Time: 1h 32m 57s
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