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The Comedy Button: Street Fighter Commentary

Don’t have your Street Fighter DVDs yet for our awesome commentary? Well, go buy ’em in our Amazon store! Listen, laugh (hopefully), and share it with all your friends — and get ready for more regular episodes of the Comedy Button, starting next week. Happy New Year, and SHORYUKEN!

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The Comedy Button — Street Fighter Commentary (2011-12-30)
CHINA! INDIA! JAPAN! BRAZIL! Raul Julia’s swansong takes place in none of these countries, and it’s actually nothing like the video game at all. In fact, we’re not really sure why this movie is called “Street Fighter” at all. Whatever the case, kick back and listen to us make fun of one of the worst video-game-to-movie adaptations of all time. YOU WIN! PERFECT! Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, Ryan Scott, and Max Scoville.
Running Time: 1h 43m 54s
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The Comedy Button: Home Alone 2 Commentary

If you haven’t snagged your Home Alone 2 DVD from our Amazon store yet, now’s the time! Share it with all your friends, because this might be the funniest thing we’ve ever recorded, in my not-so-humble opinion. Also, if you’re an iPhone or Android user, you might want to consider picking up our Comedy Button app via the iOS Podcast Box or Android Marketplace for the low price of $1.99 — it’s an easy way to support us, as we get 50% of the revenue. Anyway… enjoy the commentary, happy holidays, and keep an eye out for our Street Fighter commentary next week!

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The Comedy Button — Home Alone 2 Commentary (2011-12-23)
Just in time for Christmas, it’s our first official movie commentary — and it’s for that fun-filled 1992 torture porn classic, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. Marvel at young (and sociopathic) Kevin McCallister’s extreme aptitude for mercilessly assaulting hapless thieves within inches of their lives, and ring in those happy holidays with joyous cheers of “that guy should have permanent brain damage right now.” It’s fun for the whole family! So queue up your DVDs, grab a drink, and get ready for our expert analysis on what could quite possibly be the prequel to Saw. Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, Ryan Scott, and Max Scoville.
Running Time: 2h 1m 2s
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The Comedy Button: Episode 10

I unfortunately missed this week’s episode (as coy as the guys are about my whereabouts on the show, I was just out of town for a few days!), but what an episode! This is our final regular episode of 2011, but you can look forward to two weeks’ worth of wacky movie commentaries — Home Alone 2 next week, and Street Fighter to ring in the new year — so make sure to get your DVDs from our Amazon store if you haven’t already!

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The Comedy Button — Episode 10 (2011-12-16)
In this week’s mysteriously Ryan-free episode, we talk about junk in the trunk (and not the kind you’re thinking of), awkward dining experiences, borderline stalking, fun freeway activities, wild bangout situations, Meerkat Manor, hillbilly hand-fishing, the world’s worst vending machine guy, Revenge of the Nerds: The Series, more theme song submissions, outlasterbating, proper Fleshlight prep, getting cozy with the vacuum cleaner, the Japanese weather report, indecent proposals, Lindsay Lohan’s recent Photoshop adventures, and people we like. Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, and Max Scoville.
Running Time: 1h 17m 8s
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The Comedy Button: Episode 9

Don’t panic, ladies: The ever-handsome Maxasaurus Scoville rejoins us again after last week’s disappointing absence. Reminder: Get your Home Alone 2 and Street Fighter DVDs from our Amazon store while you can, as we’ve got some hilarious end-of-year movie commentary tracks in the pipeline. Now go listen to our dumb yammering, tell every single person you know to listen, and click all the social networking buttons you can!

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The Comedy Button — Episode 9 (2011-12-09)
This week brings chatter about Pizza Club, womanbabies (i.e. the female analog to “manbabies”), Russian mail-order brides, more reasons why we’d never want to live in Australia, awkward bangout situations, pretending to like stuff that sucks, more awkward restaurant stories, Guntown, caveman games, music (our #1 competitor for some fans!), a lot of people we’re grateful to, sex comma pets (it makes more sense when you hear it), and the dingbats at Threadless. Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, Ryan Scott, and Max Scoville.
Running Time: 1h 27m 28s
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The Comedy Button: Episode 8

Max Scoville is out this week (due to a stupid boring work function), but that hasn’t stopped the insanity one bit. We’re on new equipment this week (you know, the stuff that all those Kickstarter bux bought) at a new recording location (AKA Bromley HQ), and it sounds pretty good — though please note that we’re still fine-tuning everything. Don’t forget to snag your Home Alone 2 and Street Fighter DVDs from our Amazon store; our upcoming commentaries are coming sooner than you might think! Now go listen, comment, and share!

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The Comedy Button — Episode 8 (2011-12-02)
After leaving the world’s worst tip at a local restaurant, we point out the rock-bottomness of Kmart, get cozy with some YouTube fetish porn, tell you all about the TV Hat, get some insight into portrait studio hell, read some pretty disturbing email (including one about either the world’s worst or most awesome mom), discuss the Comedy Button dating game, share our Thanksgiving stories, run down the porno hot list, and listen to some pretty awesome fan-made theme songs. Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, and Ryan Scott.
Running Time: 1h 26m 51s
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The Comedy Button: Episode 7

Just in time to help you get through this long Thanksgiving weekend, we’ve got a relatively long episode of The Comedy Button! Enjoy whatever it is you’re doing this weekend, give the show a listen, and don’t forget to buy your Home Alone 2 and Street Fighter DVDs in our Amazon store to prep for our holiday 2011 movie commentaries. And also don’t forget to hit some of those social networking buttons below, and share this podcast with all your friends!

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The Comedy Button — Episode 7 (2011-11-25)
This week’s verbal mayhem involves some real-life Beavis and Butt-head adventures (starring two drunk idiots named Brian and Max), awkward Las Vegas clubbing moments, zombie MILF pornstars, fun activities to indulge in while driving, the most insane tattoos ever, the sad state of Connecticut, money shots, fartistry (yes, that’s spelled correctly), and drunken online dating antics in the wake of unfortunate breakups. Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, Ryan Scott, and Max Scoville.
Running Time: 1h 21m 6s
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The Comedy Button: Episode 6

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The Comedy Button — Episode 6 (2011-11-18)
Today, we regale you with our journey to the time warp that is the Sears Portrait Studio, offer up some Miley Cyrus nudes, go to SPAAAAAAACCCCCEEEEEE (our own personal Caddyshack II), talk about a most interesting weirdo we met at a restaurant, make fun of dumb furries, examine Hanna-Barbera’s foray into live-action films, talk about bangin’ celebs, and discuss losing the big V. Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, Ryan Scott, and Max Scoville.
Running Time: 1h 12m 26s
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