624 – Andrew Daly
Intro: The 24th episode of the 600th season! And Jimmy sexually experimented in the 60s in San Francisco.
1:55 Jimmy enjoyed choking with a watch fob
2:30 Dan did a great job last week, but keep it quiet
3:00 Eliot from indhd.com hasn’t been seen since episode #623
3:10 Matt is in 2 shirts and a beard, for a look that’s called “2 shirts and a beard”
3:35 We now have 19 cameras
3:50 Matt is doing The Month of Not Shaving
4:30 When did this podcast become video-prominent?
4:45 Eliot molests Andrew
5:00 Matt has fond memories of his Catholic childhood
5:20 Andrew was Amos on Amos & Andy
5:40 Please! more research about racist radio and television!
6:15 Andrew Daly is starring in the story of Yankee great Yogi Berra
6:30 Correction: It’s Yogi Bear
6:55 Andrew tells a story he shouldn’t tell about 2 circus freaks
7:15 There may be a quiz regarding the intricacies of the call sheet
8:00 The call sheet ranking goes to the head of circus freaks
8:20 Andrew’s idea for making the movie more self-aware
8:45 T.J. Miller is out of your league
9:00 Jimmy has seen all of Andrew Daly’s movies, and dailies
9:20 School for Scoundrels
9:40 Why did Matt even open his mouth?
10:50 Judah Friedlander’s hat may have made a cameo
10:15 Jim Parsons is a good, funny guy
10:40 Matt actually saw Jim Parsons on Santa Monica Blvd. in person
11:15 Re-telling the Al Pacino star sighting story
11:30 Exactly what is it that Pacino can’t even fuckin’ imagine?
12:15 Dan shows he has The Right Stuff
12:30 Eliot talks loud and often
12:45 Matt insists on going right the hell back to Zimm-Zamm
13:00 How does Jimmy eat his Fiddle Faddle?
13:20 Pinatas are fun!!! No, wait, NOT fun!
13:40 The one thing the Mexicans make right needs to be flimsier
14:20 Tim Tam is the only non-bullshit cookie in New Zealand
15:15 By Andrew’s logic, The Yogi Bear movie was mathematically inevitable
15:45 Release date: Christmas 2010 means: film in New Zealand
16:00 Driving on the wrong side of the road
16:30 Jimmy reminds Andrew he’s number 6 on the call sheet, as if he had forgotten
16:50 Tom Cavenaugh is number 1 on the call sheet
17:00 Yogi Bear love interest Anna Faris is married to What’s His Face
17:30 Chris Pratt seems like a good guy
17:40 Andrew hung out with Nate Corddry on the set
17:50 Hot Tub Time Machine, a tragic comedy
18:40 Jimmy recounts the call sheet
19:00 Justin Timberlake as Boo-Boo, and Dan Aykroyd as Yogi
19:30 Andrew tried desperately to not spoil the Yogi Bear movie
20:00 Do we care if stars do voiceover work?
21:00 Tom Cavenaugh is great on the panel… and on the hoops!
21:30 Steve Gutenburg – can’t keep him away from the net
21:45 Three Men and a Baby ghost legend
22:15 Stalked by a Ted Danson standee
23:15 Jimmy explains comedy to Andrew and Matt
24:00 Jimmy fears competition in comedy
24:30 The New Zealand comedy scene
25:30 The many voices of Scatman Carothers
26:15 Harlem Globetrotters, Gilligan’s Island, and guest voices
29:00 Charles Fleischer, Man of Two Voices
29:00 Matt now feels way less special about his facebook friendship with Charles Fleischer
29:50 Matt revs into his Roger Rabbit impression
30:10 Jimmy recons How to Train Your Dragon and Date Night
30:45 Once again, Andrew loses a role to J.B. Smoove
31:15 Matt justifies his You Fascinate Me job
31:30 Jimmy plays fake drums
32:30 To Matt, they all look alike
33:45 The track-listing and drum fills of Tom Sawyer by Rush
35:00 Jimmy pretends to know something about album marketing
36:45 Toddler talk with Andrew and Jimmy
37:30 Inappropriate hostility
38:30 More than one kid: easier or harder?
38:45 Andrew’s fear of the big metal straining spoon
40:00 How to make good pop bands: go cut a switch
40:30 Andrew predicts the future of Justin Bieber
40:30 “An unhealthy level of excellence”
42:00 Justin Bieber: possibly a hippy 22 year old woman
42:00 Guy! Guy! Dude Looks Like a Lady
43:00 The golden tones of Eliot
43:25 Sing along with Jimmy: Dude Looks Like a Lady (Aerosmith)
43:30 Sing along with Jimmy: Toys in the Attic (Aerosmith)
43:45 Has anyone ever bought an Aerosmith album?
44:45 Sober Aerosmith sucks
46:00 Aerosmith’s Greatest Hits
46:15 Sing along with Jimmy: Dream On (Aerosmith)
46:25 Sing along with Jimmy: Same Old Song and Dance (Aerosmith)
46:38 Sing along with Jimmy: Sweet Emotion (Aerosmith)
47:56 Sing along with Jimmy: Come Together (Aerosmith)
48:10 Come Together is just a series of random phrases
48:45 The Aerosmith podcast
49:35 Sing along with Jimmy: Remember (Walking in the Sand) (Aerosmith)
50:00 Finally, Jimmy has something in common with Matt
50:45 Sing along with Jimmy: How Bizarre (OMC)
51:45 Uncle Cracka, an associate of Kid Rock
52:40 Weather: I love that kinda rain
53:00 Andrew’s love of early U2
53:20 Andrew Daly’s favorite, unskippable song Pink Floyd Green is the Colour
54:20 Jimmy is a Pink Floyd late bloomer
54:45 Matt thinks the surroundings of Pink Floyd ruin the band for some people
55:00 Grateful Dead, tie dye, and Matt’s father-in-law
58:15 Dan gets some ground rules laid on him with Buddy Rich level anger
1:00:45 Where is Andrew Daly on the Yogi Bear poster?
1:01:20 Dan is just marking time
1:01:45 Jimmy messes up Andrew’s credits
1:02:20 Sing along with Jimmy: Eastbound and Down (Jerry Reed)
1:02:30 Why does this come up so often?
1:03:30 Jimmy calls bullshit on Dan’s unprofessional behavior
1:04:45 The most inappropriate transition in recent NNF memory
1:05:15 Vacuuming and children
1:05:45 Yo Gabba Gabba
1:06:00 “Being too thin is AWESOME!!!!”
1:06:30 Oliver and Michael Jackson: Look at the moves!
1:07:30 Adults and children are allowed to behave differently
1:09:30 WB and the racist frog
1:10:00 Jimmy’s long and storied career with the WB
1:10:30 Jimmy is not a good writer, but at least he’s not a good faker
1:11:30 Third Rock and Joe Diffie
1:12:00 The guy from Mel’s Diner shows up on Sony’s movie theater songlist
1:12:45 Jimmy had reason to be really into country music for a whole month
1:13:00 Matt feels understood by Guns ‘n’ Roses
1:14:00 This is obviously off-air conversation. Please skip forward to 1:14:20
1:14:20 Mark Volman update, including Nashville Dancing with the Stars
1:16:00 How Flo and Eddy destroyed rap music
1:17:00 Andrew responds to spontaneous clapping: “Hey, alright!”
1:17:20 Sing along with Jimmy: Pickup Man (Joe Diffie)
1:17:45 Jimmy decides Joe Diffie is good, with an unnecessary wink
1:18:20 Undercover Gay Prostitute Cop. Coming Soon!
1:19:15 Oh boy a Johnny Gills story!
1:19:45 Never Not Funny is like TMZ Classic
1:20:35 Sing along with Jimmy: Raised on Radio (Journey)
1:21:50 Pat Francis has checked out mentally. And is no longer interested in Lost.
1:22:00 Cliff Hanger, radio DJ
1:23:00 “Nothin’ but thanks!”
1:23:20 The ridiculousness of sign-offs is discussed. Onnnn the podcast.
1:24:20 Funny Money will be right back in a Woolery
1:24:45 Woolery gets it. He’s a military man!
1:25:20 Andrew doubts if Dan is a good kid doing good work
1:25:30 Life As We Know It, Andrew’s next movie
1:26:00 What kind of work does Andrew turn down
1:26:45 Who’s with Coco?
1:27:10 Andrew’s first TV job was with Conan
1:27:30 Jimmy won’t count his chickens, but he wants to point out the exits
1:28:00 The awkward Leno mobologue*
1:29:30 The Weinberg/Leno rumor
1:30:00 Matt pulls the funniest Dan-look-it-up in Dan-look-it-up history
1:31:30 Movies about trucks, that you can get behind
1:32:15 Oliver sings a hippy song
1:13:15 Andrew will not be eaten for breakfast
1:34:00 Steel cut oatmeal
1:34:40 Eliot goes into Def Jam laugh mode over Roots in New Zealand
1:35:10 Thank goodness that the use of the N-word for geographical locations is being discussed
1:36:00 Don’t bury your heart under a sacred tree
1:37:00 A racist joke is the perfect place to end
1:37:15 Jimmy’s neighborhood is named after somebody
1:38:30 West Hollywood is named after James Baldwin
1:40:00 Jimmy demands that Dan look things up multiple times
1:40:45 No one wants this end
1:41:00 Jimmy and Andrew trade toddler school schedule info
1:42:30 Dan needs a crazy radio name
AK-47 gone, not forgotten
*Yes, “mobologue,” when the mob comes forward before Leno’s monologue. I just made it up, and it’s great! I don’t care if others have coined it before me, I am taking full credit. Mobologue. Learn it, use it, live it, love it. Mobologue.